Bolivian Evangelical University is looking for medical personnel who will strengthen its School of Medicine to attain excellence by applying the university’s pedagogical model. The school seeks those who will visit and work on campus in the medical field, training professionals for the workplace and equipping them with Christian values and ethical principles. (Please note: it may not be possible for medical personnel to practice medicine in Bolivia, but they are welcome to teach and help do research at BEU.)
BEU seeks professionals who can correctly diagnose and present sound solutions for health issues, properly use and apply technology in diagnosing and treating illness, and apply innovative practices based on research to health problems in the areas of clinical surgeries, epidemiology, and public health.
A knowledge of Spanish is necessary. Language training is provided on the field.
Length of Service
Long-term: two or more years
Bolivian Evangelical University was founded in 1982 by WGM missionary Meredythe Scheflen. It is the first private university in Bolivia and the first evangelical university in Spanish-speaking South America. The main ministry of BEU is to reach the youth of Bolivia for Christ through higher education and to influence Bolivia and other countries through its students and graduates. BEU strives to become a health research center in South America.