Medical Staff Application Form

Medical Staff Application Form

A handy form used as an application form for those who are looking for a medial staff. This gathers all the information needed to make sure they will hire the perfect fit for the job. It has personal details section, criminal background check, certifications and language fluency options, position and availability section, with fields where they can put their past experiences and personal references, and terms and condition section with signature field that will serve as a contract for both parties. Form Preview
  • Personal Information

  • As a Wilderness Medicine Instructor candidate, it is important to understand that:

    Center for Wilderness Safety takes the safety of its students very seriously. By completing a background check which includes a sexual offense safety check, CWS is able to take extra precautions against potential incidents. Given the nature of the courses taught, all staff must pass both criminal and sexual offender checks in order to be considered for employment with CWS.

    By completing and submitting this application, the applicant agrees to a criminal background check as well as a sex offender check. Any offenses against children are considered immediate disqualification to work for CWS.

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  • Position & Availability

  •  -  - Pick a Date
  • Experience Questions

  • References

  • Please provide two professional and one personal reference. Please do NOT use immediate family or relatives. All references will be checked.

  • Resume, Cover Letter & Photo

  • Terms & Conditions

  • Terms & Conditions

    By clicking "Submit", I attest that all of the information enclosed with my employment application is correct to the best of my knowledge and grant the Center for Wilderness Safety permission to contact my references and perform a background check.

    The Center for Wilderness Safety Inc, a non-profit organization, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, sexuality, or disability in admission/access to, or treatment/employment in its programs and activities.

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