If you have current experience as a health service professional and are motivated to contribute to improving healthcare quality, consider becoming an NABH empaneled AYUSH assessor. Assessment is a great way to network with other health care professionals and broaden your skills. You will also be better able to assist your own organization with its quality improvement and accreditation activities.
Last date : 31 Dec 2016
Who is eligible?
- For clinicians: : Bachelor’s Degree in AYUSH disciplines (Ayurveda, Yoga- Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha & Homeopathy) with minimum of 8 years of experience of which minimum of 3 years’ experience should be in an AYUSH hospital as an AYUSH Practitioner
- Post-graduate Degree in AYUSH disciplines (Ayurveda, Yoga- Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha & Homeopathy) with minimum of 6 years of experience (post PG) of which a minimum of 3 years’ experience should be in an AYUSH hospital as an AYUSH Practitioner
For administrators: post-graduate in healthcare management/ administration (Degree or Diploma) or equivalent with minimum of 10 years of experience (post PG) of which a minimum of 3 years should be in healthcare management/ administration in an AYUSH hospital.
What is the application process?
If you meet the eligibility criteria, please complete the Application Form with a brief covering letter along with necessary documents and send it to the email ID provided in the advertisement. Please ensure you are familiar with the Core Competency and Time Commitments before applying.
Candidates are required to submit the application form with a brief cover letter along with a copy of Curriculum Vitae (CV) in below mentioned tabular format and current job description to NABH at mail ID email@example.com before 5 pm, 31 Dec 2016
Short-listed candidates will be invited to participate in a telephone interview/video interview through a service like Skype for a more thorough assessment of his/her suitability to be an AYUSH assessor. Candidates are encouraged to review the assessor competency requirements prior to the interview.
Following the interview, selected candidates (usually not exceeding 30 per program) are invited to participate in a training programme. The training programme is of 5 days duration and will cover interpretation of the AYUSH NABH standard and impart training on assessment skills. The course will consist of a mixture of lectures, practical workshops, discussions and pre-course study, to build the skills required to be an NABH AYUSH assessor. The selected candidate has to bear the cost of training, travel and stay. The training programme is used to further assess the core competencies. On the last day of the training programme the candidate has to appear for an open book exam and successfully qualify in the exam. Candidates who have successfully completed all elements of the selection and training process proceed to a trainee assessor phase.