Are you ready for a change?

Becoming a part of the Respond Global Health Workforce Support Team means more than just finding your next clinical position. You’ll become part of a team that values you for your skills and experience and that recognises the unique contribution that you can make.

Why choose Respond Global?

We listen: We take the time to get to know you and we understand that each person is individual, with their own needs and preferences.

We care: Our goal is to ensure you succeed, and we genuinely care and pride ourselves on the relationships that we foster. You’ll be treated as part of a team, not as an agency staffer.

We are transparent: Honesty is the best policy, what we know you will know, and we will maintain contact with you before, during and after your deployment.

We are loyal: We recognise the work that each new employee puts in to become part of our team – our credentialling process is thorough, but in return we strive to ensure that the work we offer is rewarding, enjoyable and fulfilling.

What to expect

  • Two week minimum deployment, across a number of locations.
  • $65.01/hr base rate + penalties + super.
  • Accommodation and travel organised by us.
  • Uniform provided.
  • Wellbeing support from the head office Health Workforce Support team before, during and after your deployment.

We listen, we care

“From the moment I expressed interest in joining the Respond Global workforce team, they provided clear and consistent communication, answering all my questions and guiding me through the onboarding process. Throughout my deployment, they continued to check-in and update me on any changes or updates, which was incredibly helpful. The team at HQ understands that working as an Emergency Nurse can be challenging, and they provided me with the resources and support I needed to feel confident in my role.”

Tori Prendergast, Emergency Nurse
Deployed to Southern New South Wales Local Health District

“Seeing our impact first-hand is pretty special.”

Nick Watt, our Logistics Coordinator, was involved in providing operational support aboard our humanitarian response vessel HELPR-1 when the twin cyclones hit Vanuatu within days of each other in March 2023. Check out the video and hear what he has to say about being involved in that response.
If you’re keen to start an application with us to join our Health Workforce Support pool, you can complete our Skills & Competencies Check to assess your suitability.