Remote Medical International is looking for individuals who strive for adventure and enjoy working in locations all over the world. Our global team of exceptional medical providers use their skills and expertise to implement leading health and safety initiatives, practice primary and emergency care, and incorporate preventative health measures from peacekeeping missions all the way to mining project sites.
Our work requires a great deal of flexibility since projects can change rapidly. We need staff who can be contacted and deployed either on a permanent or rotational basis for domestic locations such as Texas, Arizona, or Alaska, and internationally, such as Rwanda, Kenya, or Afghanistan. We are looking to fill any medical role in either the short term, long term or rotational.
We help by not just keeping the employees working on the job, but we make them healthier, we help them live longer with their family, we help them pay their bills longer, we make them happier and healthier overall. I enjoy working for Remote Medical International because we have a good team. We have people who I feel legitimately put their best foot forward every day and try to do the right thing.
– Remote Medical International Paramedic Tony Shope
We are looking for these positions in the field:
- Physician Assistants
- Flight physicians and medics
- Medical specialists
WE ALSO HAVE NEEDS FOR MEDICAL PROVIDERS WITH SPECIFIC SKILLS, TRAINING, AND CERTIFICATIONS SUCH AS:
- Advanced Life Support (ALS)
- Health, Safety & Environment (HSE) certifications, such as OSHA, IOSH, NEBOSH & MSHA
- Helicopter Underwater Egress Training (HUET)
- Confined Space Training
- Flight Paramedic Certification
- Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Certification
REQUIREMENTS FOR A ROLE IN THE FIELD
Every role is different and has various requirements, but at minimum, you must have the required education and experience. The typical experience we require is two years in your profession.
Working with RMI is a world away from traditional EMS or most roles available to a paramedic. The physical environment, it’s location in the world, as well as the scope of practice is infinitely variable. A position supporting the construction of a pipeline in the US, where one provides emergency stabilization until patients can be handed off to local resources, can be followed by an international offshore deployment where the fastest evacuation can take days. The challenge and variety this offers is hard to match.
– Remote Area Paramedic Nathan Ziegman
Our providers travel in unique and rewarding locations in an interesting and challenging role. We fully support our staff so they can succeed out in the field, allowing them to expand their skills and provide care for people in need. If this sounds like the position for you, apply today!