Application Process

To apply for a position you can call us, sign-up on our website, or email us a copy your resume and one of our recruiters will be in touch to discuss the details of our positions.

The recruitment process varies depending on the hospital to which you apply, your profession, and the visa/licensing rules of the country. There is, of course, paperwork to be done but we like to use the image of an iceberg: you handle the tip of the iceberg, and we’ll handle everything below the surface!

Generally, here is what you can expect:

  1. After an initial telephone conversation, your recruiter will email you a package containing hospital information, benefits, and all of the required application forms.

  2. If you decide to apply, you will complete all of the required forms and send them back to our office (email or courier work best).

  3. Once our office receives your forms, we will review them for completeness and also contact you to review the details of your work history. We aim to present a complete picture of your experience.

  4. We then send your completed package to the hospital. After approximately one to six weeks, if the hospital is interested in your application, we will arrange a telephone, Zoom, FaceTime, WhatsApp video, Microsoft Teams, Skype, etc., interview between you and the hiring manager of your area.

  5. If the interview goes well (both from yours and the hospital’s perspectives) the hospital will issue an offer of employment.

  6. As soon as we know that you will accept the offer, our Logistics team will get you started on the licensing and visa process (you guessed it - more paperwork). The visa process includes a complete medical and a police background check. The licensing and visa processing time vary widely between countries, so your recruiter will discuss these timelines with you. We are unique in that we pay all the costs of licensing, visas, etc. Our candidates pay nothing.

  7. Throughout the process we provide you with up-to-date information about the hospital, housing, culture, etc. During the process also hold a one-on-one Zoom, Facetime, Skype, etc., information session as a general orientation to the hospital and country where you will be working.

  8. Once your visa is issued, your airline ticket will be sent to you, and you will be on your way!

We have an “available-at-any-time”, “no-question-is-a-bad-question” policy. We also work as a team. Don’t be surprised if, throughout the process, you speak with Elaine, Donna, Cindy, Barbara, Helen…etc. etc. We’re all here to help.

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