Bringing hope and healing to the most vulnerable in Africa and other nations for over 40 years, Mercy Ships operates state-of-the-art hospital ships run by skilled volunteers to provide free healthcare in developing nations.
The world’s largest purpose-built civilian hospital ship is being readied for delivery to Mercy Ships. Our new hospital ship, the Global Mercy, will have over 600 people worldwide who will bring their skills and talent on board.
Join a global community of volunteers bringing hope and healing as our existing hospital ship, the Africa Mercy, returns to service, and as we prepare for the arrival of our new vessel. Adding the Global Mercy to the Mercy Ships fleet more than doubles our capacity to strengthen healthcare systems in developing nations and leave a lasting impact.
Mercy Ships Canada is preparing for this milestone moment in transforming healthcare delivery and medical capacity building by recruiting more skilled volunteers than ever before.
There are roles for electricians, plumbers, deck officers, marine engineers, teachers, surgeons, nurses, galley staff, IT support, administrative professionals, and more on our ships.
Join the global community of volunteers bringing hope and healing as Mercy Ships returns to Senegal in 2021 and prepare their new ship, the Global Mercy, for service. Adding the Global Mercy to their fleet more than doubles the capacity to strengthen healthcare systems in developing nations and leave a lasting impact.