Facility/supply manager
Guatemala / Nicaragua
Do you want to become better as a person and a specialist? Live and work in a place that you will tell your grandchildren about? Do you want to help people, watch sunrises and sunsets in a beautiful forest or enjoy the sound of waves? Get yourself in our team!
Basic requirements
Participation fee
no fee
Language skills
There are several languages being used at the clinic

Key ad­van­tages of this pro­gram:

  • new pro­fes­sional knowl­edge and skills
  • ex­pe­ri­ence ex­change with spe­cial­ists from dif­fer­ent coun­tries
  • work in an in­ter­na­tional team
  • lan­guage prac­tice
  • net­work­ing
  • va­ca­tion in the most stun­ning parts of Cen­tral Amer­ica
  • na­tional cul­ture im­mer­sion
  • surf­ing in the ocean or jog­ging in the moun­tain for­est new friends

We will pro­vide

  • travel as­sis­tance
  • lan­guage courses with a tu­tor
  • free ac­com­mo­da­tion at the clinic
  • veg­e­tar­ian hot meals
  • va­ca­tion every 2 months
  • flight tick­ets ex­penses re­im­burse­ment af­ter one year of ser­vice
  • a cer­tifi­cate of par­tic­i­pa­tion in the vol­un­teer pro­gram
  • rec­om­men­da­tion let­ters and thank you notes to the best par­tic­i­pants of the pro­gram

Terms and re­spon­si­bil­i­ties:

  • Strict com­pli­ance with pro­ject rules: (https://​​help.he-he.org/​​ru/​​guatemala/​​prav­ila-proekta-health-help-v-gvatemale/)
  • Flex­i­ble work­ing hours at the clinic. Readi­ness to work in the evenings and on the week­ends ac­cord­ing to the sched­ule.
  • Clean­ing the clinic, com­mon area and rooms (sched­ul­ing and su­per­vis­ing along with per­sonal en­gage­ment).
  • Cook­ing for the team by your­self or along with other vol­un­teers ac­cord­ing to the sched­ule.
  • Whole­sale and re­tail pur­chase of prod­ucts, house­hold items and med­ical sup­plies.
  • Petty cash man­age­ment and re­port­ing.
  • En­vi­ron­ment aware­ness, car­ry­ing for the clinic back­yard and the gar­den.
  • Abil­ity to drive with a man­ual trans­mis­sion.
  • Prefer­able skills: Car main­te­nance.
  • Prefer­able skills: DIY skills.

Can­di­date re­quire­ments:

  • Age 18+
  • Span­ish lan­guage level A1 and above
  • Readi­ness to speak Span­ish among the team mem­bers
  • Trans­port min­i­mum 15 ki­los of hu­man­i­tar­ian aid in a per­sonal lug­gage (ask your co­or­di­na­tor for de­tails)
  • De­sir­able skills: abil­ity to drive with a man­ual trans­mis­sion
  • Readi­ness to live and work far away from the cities, with poor in­ter­net con­nec­tion, in a small rural clinic with multi­na­tional team
  • Sup­port Health&Help val­ues and mis­sion.

To be­come Health&Help vol­un­teer is not easy but pretty awe­some! Ap­ply now and your life will never be the same again!