Where We Recruit?

We recruit individuals from all around the globe for long-term opportunities within our network of hospitals.

What Field Positions Does CURE Recruit For?

We recruit both pediatric medical and non-medical positions such as orthopedic surgeons, plastics/reconstructive surgeons, anesthesiologists, hospital executive directors, storytellers, and other professionals.

Hiring Process



Applicants complete an online application form and upload a current CV (resume).



The hiring team will screen applications.



Candidates of interest will complete a questionnaire, submit references, and participate in a phone screen to determine mutual interest and fit. Medical professionals are required to submit all necessary education and medical credentials for verification.



Positively screened applicants will then be virtually interviewed by the hiring team. If there is a possible match, candidates are invited for final interviews.



As part of our holistic approach, final candidates will be asked to complete a variety of assessments for successful placement.



The candidate and spouse (if applicable) are invited for a visit to the hospital in which they would be placed to serve for further evaluation with our field team. This is also an opportunity for the candidate to meet the team they would potentially serve alongside. This is a mutual evaluation.



The hiring team determines if the candidate is right for the position and location.



Following acceptance of an offer, candidates are required to attend orientation and cross cultural training.



People and Culture team & local hospital team will work with the new co-worker as part of the CURE Care program to support a successful transition.

CURE Benefits

Compensation & Retirement Plan

CURE is an associate member of MedSend, an organization that makes monthly educational loan payments on behalf of medical missionaries while they serve around the world. Medical field co-workers with CURE are invited to apply for this loan repayment program during their service with CURE.

CURE provides a retirement plan for field co-workers. After 6 months of employment, CURE contributes 5% of earnings.

Unlike most mission organizations, we do not require our field co-workers to raise funds. We strive to provide reasonable compensation for our field co-workers.

Education & Training

CURE will provide reasonable financial assistance for a field co-worker and their eligible dependents to undergo local language training.

CURE will sponsor the field co-worker and their eligible dependents for participation in a pre-field cross-cultural orientation program. These programs are designed to help a field co-worker and their eligible dependents develop practical skills.

CURE may assist a field co-worker with tuition and related expenses for educational programs that are related to their position with CURE.

Family & Leave

CURE will provide thirty (30) calendar days, which includes one round-trip airfare per family member, per year. One additional week of paid, in-country leave will also be provided.

CURE co-workers are eligible for holidays and maternity/paternity leave.

Living Allowances

CURE will provide reasonable funds for housing. This does not include utilities or ancillary expenses. In addition, depending on the local circumstances, CURE will provide reasonable funds for security services.

CURE will either provide a vehicle or allowance for in-country transportation.

Relocation allowance will be provided to assist the field co-worker with shipping costs and/or purchase of household goods in-country. The amount of relocation assistance will vary depending on the field co-worker’s country of origin (home country) and destination country (host country).

Repatriation of the same amount will be provided to the field co-worker (upon completion of the field assignment) to transition home.

CURE will provide financial allowance for dependent children of CURE field co-workers who attend school between kindergarten (or its equivalent) and high school.

Life in the Field

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