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MSF staff suit up in Equateur province of the Democratic Republic of Congo to respond to an Ebola outbreak in 2014.
Being a nurse with MSF is demanding and rewarding. From basic healthcare to helping set up health posts, nurses are vital to our work.
Help people and put your medical skills and experience to use in some of the most challenging situations in the world.
A varied and challenging job - from buying supplies to setting up comms networks, fixing broken kit to managing building projects.
Our staff deliver thousands of babies and save thousands of mothers' lives every year - we need your skills and expertise.
During conflicts and their aftermath, surgeons are needed for assignments generally lasting from six weeks to three months or more.
During conflicts and their aftermath, anaesthetists are needed for assignments generally lasting from six weeks to three months.
'WatSans' take charge of the design and management of water and sanitation or construction projects.
Our experts act in the aftermath of emergencies, and help people with long-term conditions and life-changing injuries
Experts in nutrition and health play a vital part in our work around the world
Access to essential drugs is one of our major concerns. Through their expertise, pharmacists are in charge of drugs management as well as medical equipment.
Biomedical scientists play an important role in running our laboratories and monitoring outbreaks of disease and the impact of our responses.
A key part of the country management team based overseas, leading and managing project teams.
Responsible for bookkeeping, budget control, financial reporting, and HR management for international and local staff.
HR coordinators define, plan and supervise the implementation of human resources policies in MSF missions
Epidemiologists set up surveillance systems to gather and analyse data to help teams objectively plan a response to a medical or water related crisis in the field.
Humanitarian Affairs Officers gather qualitative information and testimonies from the projects and beneficiaries of MSF to advocate for people affected by disaster and conflict.
Health Promoters research, design and implement programs to either promote access of health facilities or spread information about health issues.
While our core mission is medical, speaking out about the plight of the people we help is just as important to MSF's work.
Occasionally MSF offers positions for very specific, fixed term roles abroad. View the latest vacancies here.
If you do not yet meet the requirements for working with MSF or your profession is not listed you may wish to look at the following organisations which also operate abroad.
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