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Physiotherapist (ST-MC) – Humanity & Inclusion (brand name of Handicap International) Vacancy Announcement

Physiotherapist (ST-MC) – Humanity & Inclusion (brand name of Handicap International) Vacancy Announcement, October 19 2023



Organization: Humanity & Inclusion (brand name of Handicap International)

Position: Physiotherapist (ST-MC)

Location: Gambela

Employment: Full time

Salary: USD 713.22 – 825.64 based on the experience

Date of Announcement: October 19 2023

Deadline: October 31, 2023





Job Description


Under direct supervision of the Gambella ST-MC project manager, the physiotherapist will provide Stimulation therapy for U5 severely malnourished children in phase 2 of recovery, admitted to the Action Against Hunger nutrition stabilization center of Nguenyyiel refugee camp. He will be based in Gambella with daily professional travels to the Nguenyyiel refugee camp.


The physiotherapist will be coached and supervised on the job over the project implementation period and further capacitated with additional training from available platforms and technical mission arrangements.

Number of required person: One physiotherapist

The main stakes of the post are:

·       Makes subjective and objective assessments of patients with regard to impairments, function, patient goals, and social situations.

·       Based on assessment, identify problems and make treatment plan with the beneficiary.

·       Carries out stimulation therapy treatments U5 SAM/MAM children admitted in stabilization Centre (phase 2 ) and other nutrition departments.

·       Ensure good communication with beneficiary at all times throughout assessment, setting of goals and explanation of treatment.

·       Ensure that physiotherapy equipment is kept safe and if repair is needed, facilitates the maintenance thereof and compile information.

·       Other duties as assigned by line manager


·       Reporting as required by project indicators and participate in project evaluation.


Job Requirements


Qualification: BSc in physiotherapy degree from recognized University with at least 5 years of Physical rehabilitation practice particularly in dealing with children.

The physiotherapist will have the following attributes:

·       Willingness and ability to work in in an environment where entertainment facilities are limited and with movement restrictions.

·       Work experience with persons and children with disabilities are added value.

·       Experience in capacity building of partners in identification of children/persons with disabilities and referring them to service providers.

·       Knowledge of the project location culture and norms are added value.

·       Resilient to stress and challenging weather conditions.

·       Experiences of working with children as a physiotherapist and who can demonstrate his skills in a real-time application if needed.


·       Have basic computer skills in MS Word, excel and PPT.

·       Have good communication skills and flexible to execute tasks related to his position based on the project context.

·       Be able work in a team and ability to adapt to existing work environment easily.


·       Have commitment to respect the organization’s values and rules.


How to Apply

Interested applicants who meet the above criteria should fill in the attached application form  Job application form updated (1).docx  and submit it with a 1-page motivation letter through [email protected]  email or ethio jobs on or before the deadline mentioned above.

Please clearly state the position you apply in the subject of your email. 

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for exam/interview no phone calls, please. 

We’re committed to safeguarding and promoting child protection and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This position involves working with beneficiaries and is subject to strict safer recruitment checks. The successful candidate will be required to complete a police check and sign a self-declaration form to help us verify your suitability to work with children including checks with past employers.

Humanity & Inclusion is an equal opportunity employer and particularly welcomes women and persons with disabilities to apply.




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