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Join our team
At International Medical Corps job satisfaction means something a bit different to regular careers.
It means immunising the children of an entire village against polio.
It means providing food, clean water and shelter to families that have lost everything.
It means knowing you contributed to the training of local nurses, doctors, and health care workers that will provide life-saving care long after a crisis has subsided.
Whether at our London headquarters, or one of our projects in 31 countries worldwide, International Medical Corps offers a wide variety of rewarding opportunities for professionals at all stages of their careers.
UK based vacancies
All vacancies for postitions in International Medical Corps projects around the world are advertised on the website of our US affiliate.
Our volunteers are involved in every aspect of our work, from highly specialised medical professionals participating in humanitarian emergency responses to young people with a passion for global health and addressing poverty, supporting our efforts in London.
Volunteering offers a fantastic introduction into the realities of working in a humanitarian NGO as well as unique challenges for professionals wishing to use their skills to help those affected by disasters, conflict and poverty around the world.
How to apply
To apply for a vacancy please follow the instructions in the advert. For most vacancies you will be required to complete an online application form which can be found at the bottom of the advert, however, for some vacancies we may ask for a CV and a Cover Letter. Please follow the instructions for each position and apply accordingly.
Applications should be emailed to: [email protected]
Postal applications are also accepted and should be sent to:
HR / Recruitment Unit
International Medical Corps UK
Ground Floor, 161 Marsh Wall,
London, E14 9SJ