For this reason, we encourage you to visit this page regularly to keep up to date with the profiles we are actively seeking.
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Do you think you have what it takes to work overseas for MSF?
We are always looking for qualified medical and non-medical staff who are willing to put their skills at the service of those most in need.
Examples include surgeons, anesthesiologists, nurse anesthetists, registered nurses, midwives, mental health professionals, finance and human resources specialists, logisticians, and specialists in construction, electricity, mechanics, or water-and-sanitation. Due to extensive workloads, our field teams are unable to oversee unlicensed staff.
All ancillary duties are filled by national staff, both increasing local capacity and maximizing donor contributions. The traditional Physician Assistant role of primary health care provider is done by the national staff in the field.Read our statement on our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.We recruit doctors and other medical and non-medical staff.You will find about 30 profiles on this page for which we accept spontaneous applications.If you are recruited - after a competencies based selection process - you are placed in what we call a 'pool' or a database of available aid workers.Please familiarize yourself with our recruitment procedure, our requirements, the FAQs and life in the field before applying.Some specific profiles are always urgently in demand, you can find these here: Our human resources needs are constantly changing and can increase dramatically during an emergency.This includes enhancing grievance channels at all levels of the organization and supporting victims and complainants.Victims or witnesses in the communities where MSF works are likewise encouraged to report misconduct to us so that allegations can be properly addressed.Field workers are briefed on the country security situation before going to the field, and upon arriving at the project site are given specific security protocols.Adherence to our field guidelines for personal and team conduct and safety is not negotiable.