People who work with EMERGENCY:
EMERGENCY also requires that all personnel:
EMERGENCY contracts include:
It will usually be necessary to ask your employer for a period of unpaid leave in order to undertake a mission.
The selection process begins with an initial evaluation of applications. It’s important to attach a complete CV which includes qualifications and other training, professional responsibilities, most recent positions held, etc.
After this first screening, candidates will usually be asked to complete an in-depth questionnaire to assess whether their professional profile corresponds with the role we are seeking to fill.
If the outcome is positive, you will be invited for one or more interviews by the Human Resources Department and a specialist in the sector relevant to the role. The primary objective of this process is to better evaluate the professional experience and aptitude of individual candidates to cover a specific role, but is also an opportunity for EMERGENCY to present the rationale, objectives and clinical results of our work to specialists in the sector.
Once selected, you will join the pool of personnel suitable to work with EMERGENCY in a specific role: the organisation will offer you a mission based on the needs of the projects. If you accept the offer, arrangements for your pre-mission briefings will be agreed with you.
If you are interested in working with EMERGENCY in a medical capacity and you fulfil the general and specific requirements set out on the website, please send your CV (specifying in the subject which position you are applying for) to: email@example.com
During the selection process you will be evaluated on the basis of your CV, questionnaire, references and individual interview.