The mission of the team is to provide quick assistance in zones affected by natural disasters or humanitarian crises. We want to join the forces of passionate people and have a real impact on the world around us.
About the Team
About Polish Medical Mission Vasco Emergency Team
Wherever local medical services are unable to respond effectively, we want to help. First of all, in the event of sudden cataclysms and humanitarian disasters.
Together with us, you can help people anywhere in the world, including in refugee camps and during rescue operations. In addition to responding to emergencies, we also train medical staff in developing countries to strengthen their local health systems.
How do we work?
Wherever local medical services are unable to respond effectively, we want to help. First of all, in the event of sudden cataclysms and humanitarian catastrophes.
Our current mission is to help the victims of the war in Ukraine, but ultimately we will be doing much more. Together with us, you can help people anywhere in the world, also in refugee camps and during rescue operations. However, we act not only in emergency situations - with us you can have a long-lasting impact on the world!
We train medical staff in developing countries to strengthen their local healthcare system.
REKRUTACJA DO ZESPOŁU
How to apply to the team?
Polish Medical Mission is looking for medics (doctors, nurses, paramedics, midwives) to join PMM Vasco Emergency Team. In order to participate in the recruitment process, please complete the recruitment form and send your CV to email@example.com. Recruitment will be conducted by the PMM team and a psychologist. The first stage is the verification of formal issues. If the candidate meets the requirements, he or she is invited to the first stage of recruitment for an interview aimed at assessing the candidates' psycho-physical predispositions.
Recruitment to the team is carried out on a continuous basis.
Stage I: Online interview.
Stage II: Psychological tests
Stage III: Practical test in the field
The next field test will take place in March.
participation in specialized training, both medical and mission security, providing knowledge and skills to work in extreme conditions
the ability to provide medical assistance in the most remote and most needy countries in the world
an opportunity to share knowledge and experience about the systems and conditions of providing assistance in different parts of the world
work in a T1 stationary and mobile rescue team according to WHO standards
professional development in the field of extreme medicine and travel medicine
diploma confirming professional qualifications (medical, nursing, midwifery, paramedic)
current professional qualifications
at least 3 years of experience in the profession, preferably 5 years
knowledge of English at the communicative level, B1/B2
availability - readiness to participate in training organized throughout the year and missions lasting several weeks
Psycho-physical predispositions, i.e.: resistance to stress and work in extremely difficult conditions, ability to work under time pressure and the ability to solve problems quickly, the ability to think logically and analytically, good physical fitness
specialization (mainly physicians): anaesthesiology, surgery, internal medicine, emergency medicine, family medicine
experience in working outside Poland, e.g. on humanitarian missions
knowledge of languages other than English
other skills useful on missions outside Europe
First field test of team candidates.
Polish Medical Mission
Medical unit for special actions
Support the operation of the team
Account in PLN, IBAN:PL62 1240 2294 1111 0000 3718 5444
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