Join Us

Critical Care International recruits highly motivated medical and development professionals who wish to deploy their skills and experience in challenging and remote environments around the world.

Join a dynamic and multicultural team that aspires to the highest medical and ethical standards of remote healthcare.

What we look for

We welcome doctors, nurses, paramedics and development professionals of any age, cultural background and orientation who possess:

  • Professional drive, enthusiasm, humour, maturity and self-reliance
  • Moral courage
  • Clarity of thought and good judgement
  • Cultural sensitivity – able to establish effective relationships with stakeholders in communities, client organisations and amongst peers and co-workers

Medical professionals wishing to deploy require a minimum of:

  • 3 years of post qualification experience
  • Prior experience of working in remote environments
  • ALS and ATLS/PHTLS qualifications or equivalent
  • Fluent English with additional languages highly desirable

What we offer

We offer a range of deployed and consultancy opportunities for experienced professionals
  • 24/7 Critical Care topside support for clinical emergencies and access to the expert advisory panel for secondary care specialist referrals
  • Professional development assistance that includes regular training webinars, career guidance from experienced clinicians and access to a training budget
  • Welfare package including pre-deployment security briefings, travel insurance, dedicated operations management support and comprehensive medical malpractice insurance
  • Personal development challenges of project management, leading multidisciplinary teams, mentoring and autonomous clinical practice
  • Delivering positive change to local healthcare systems through the design and implementation of community development projects

COVID-19

As governments around the world continue to grapple with the pandemic, Critical Care International is working with organisations operating throughout the world to help them stay one step ahead of the virus.