Nepal Eye Program, Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology (TIO), a centre of excellence in comprehensive eye care service delivery including training; research; intraocular lens manufacturing facility; eye bank and community program is currently looking for qualified Nepali candidates to apply for the following positions on the contract basis initially for two years and renewable thereafter subject to satisfactory performance.
Ophthalmologist (No. of Position :3)- Level 8
The Ophthalmologist will be responsible for providing medical services to In-patient as well as Out-patient, participating on outreach activities and training & academic programs as per the requirements of the organization.
Candidates who are meeting above said criteria are requested to submit the application letter with updated curriculum vitae to email@example.com no later than 5:00 pm, October 18,2017.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for further selection process. The TIO reserves the right to reject any or all applications(s) without stating any reason whatsoever.
Remuneration and benefits will be provided as per Nepal Eye Program contract rules.
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Nepal Eye Program was officially launched in July 1992 to support the prevention & control of blindness in Nepal and the region. Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology (TIO) is the implementing body of the Nepal Eye Program, a not-for-profit, community-based, non-government organization. With an aim to act as a model for treatment, research and training, independent yet working in co-operation with all other eye care centres and organizations in Nepal, the current TIO facility was opened in 1994.
In the early years, working with The Fred Hollows Foundation (FHF), Australia, TIO played a key role to help refine and adapt a practical, safe, and affordable technique of intraocular lens implant for cataract surgery in developing countries. Another key achievement in the early days was the establishment of the country's first eye bank, in conjunction with Tissue Banks International in Baltimore, USA, and Lions International.