Physiotherapist - Juba, South Sudan. *Start date: October 2018/ As soon as possible*

Salary Unspecified
Town/City Juba
Payment type Unspecified
Region Overseas
Contract type Permanent contract
Closing date
Hours Full-time
Job reference Physiotherapist, SS. MRDCi
Type of employer Private provider
Name of employer Medical Response Diplomatic Corps International (MRDCi)
Workplace Office in Juba, South Sudan

Other benefits

  • Generous Stipend of $1,100 a month. (Almost all can be saved due to below)
  • All Expenses paid, including; Accommodation, Meals/Board, Visas, Immunisations, Flights, Invitation Letters and more...
  • A 12-week Rest and Recuperation Cycle - Paid leave
  • <$700 contribution to each flight for R&R Cycle.
  • 20 days of Annual Leave - can supplement R&R with this
  • PhysioPlus Premium Membership
  • Highly encouraged and partitioned weekly study time
  • Regular In-house training at MRDCi.
  • Training delivery on; Sports Massage, Delivery of Manual Handling training, and Ergonomic Assessments.
  • And more...

Vacancy details

This is an exciting new opportunity for Physiotherapists at many different stages in their careers.

This is an opportunity for a Physiotherapist who has compassion to help and empower those less fortunate in the Humanitarian and Development sector, whilst using their Physiotherapist abilities to strengthen diplomatic/international organisations mandates by keeping them in post.


The role was created due to the clear and important needs in Juba, South Sudan.

Cornerstones of the role include;

  • Clinical assessment and treatment of diplomats/internationals with common pathologies
  • Manual handling training delivery
  • Ergonomic assessments with analysis and recommendations.
  • Collaborative work with Humanity and Inclusion (formerly Handicap International), in the Protection of Civilian camps in Juba; treating beneficiaries, empowering families and healthcare workers through training provision.


MRDCi is a not-for-profit organization that was created to serve both the diplomatic/internationals and the community they are surrounded by.

A Physiotherapist in this role would complement very well the work already being done, and branch into new arenas that are required to prevent injury, rather than wait for an injury to occur.

The Principles and Values on which our work is based are; Excellence, Compassion, Education, Prevention, Integrity and Dignity.



  • Interviews to be scheduled between: Tuesday 11th- Thursday 13th September 2018
  • Starting date: Monday 15th October 2018/ As soon as possible.

Closing date for Applications: Sunday 9th September 2018 at 23:59:59 GMT+1

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How to apply


  1. Covering Letter
  2. Curriculum Vitae (CV)



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