Nurse Practitioner (North Slope, Alaska)

Requisition Number:  48466

North Slope, AK, US

International SOS is the world’s leading medical and security services company with over 12,000 employees working in 1,000 locations in 90 countries. We were founded on the principle of putting our clients’ employees first and this is still true today. Led by 5,200 medical professionals and 200 security specialists our teams work night and day to find solutions to protect our clients and their employees in whatever situation they may be facing; we assess, advise and assist from a medical, security and logistical perspective on a global scale to protect and save lives and thereby enable our clients to achieve their business goals. As we’ve delivered on this mission over the last 35 years, we have become the market leader in global telehealth services and digital health solutions for an extensive client base of Fortune 500 companies, NGO’s and governments around the world.

Who we are


Join us in Alaska – where work meets adventure!


Immerse yourself in the beauty of Alaska with its breathtaking landscapes and endless outdoor activities. Whether it's hiking, fishing, or skiing, Alaska offers a unique lifestyle that enhances your well-being. Discover the beauty of Alaska with Beacon OHSS – Your Gateway to a Healthier Future!


Ready for a fulfilling career with Beacon OHSS – A Division of International SOS? Apply now and be part of a team that values your well-being and success.


  • Competitive wage
  • Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Short/Long term disability, Life Insurance, AD&D coverage, Pet insurance, and EAP
  • Personalized and comprehensive training
  • Ongoing clinical and back-office support
  • Paid CME Days & Allowance


We are looking for a full time Nurse Practitioner for remote site location in North Slope, AK for 3 weeks in and 3 weeks off rotation.


•            Rural Health Leadership: Serve as the primary healthcare provider in isolated and remote locations, delivering urgent and emergent care to an ever-changing workforce engaged in construction stages, drilling operations, and maintenance. You'll be the sole provider, supported by offsite physicians in Anchorage.


•            Emergency Medical Response: Respond to urgent and emergent medical situations, offering immediate care to injured or ill employees in challenging and isolated environments. Your role includes being the first point of contact in emergencies.


•            Occupational Health Focus: Provide acute and occupational medical care tailored to the specific needs of on-site employees, emphasizing health and safety in the workplace.


•            Promotion of Healthy Lifestyles: Go beyond immediate medical care by promoting lifestyle issues such as fitness and healthy eating. Offer first aid training and support health and hygiene inspections to ensure overall well-being.


  • Active Alaska License for NP
  • Active BLS, ACLS and DEA
  • Minimum 5 years of relevant remote or emergency medicine experience

Key Responsibilities

  • Responds to emergency situations. This includes routine minor illness, medical emergencies, and trauma. Builds volunteer medical response teams. Directs triage, patient transport, and medical supervision at mass casualty incidents. Interfaces with other response team sections. Maintains readiness of emergency equipment and supplies.
  • Determines the need for emergency air evacuation of seriously ill or injured patients to appropriate medical centers in Anchorage and Fairbanks.
  • Diagnoses and treats illnesses and injuries of the workforce according to collaborative agreement with the supervising physicians.
  • Conducts laboratory and electro-cardiograph diagnostic procedures as required.
  • Refers patients to appropriate consulting physicians within Alaska when required.
  • Prescribes and dispenses appropriate pharmaceuticals including controlled substances as approved by the supervising physician, within the scope of the collaborative agreement and in accordance with DEA regulations.
  • Leads weekly training sessions of the Medical Emergency Response Team.
  • Maintains medical records according to company policies and expected standards of medical practice. This includes but is not limited to injury reporting, completion/review of medical forms, and maintenance of statistical logs.

Physical Demands and Work Conditions

Work conditions are such that significant time will be spent walking, standing, stooping, sitting, assisting with positioning patients, and include some lifting.


Offer contingent upon ability to pass pre-employment drug testing (federal panel), physical exam, fitness for duty assessment for remote work, background check and motor vehicle report.

International SOS is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against employees or job applicants on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.