Mobile Implementation Officer - Malaria


Today, malaria is the most frequently treated disease at OCP with a growth in cases every year.  Malaria is the principle cause of morbidity and mortality in 12 projects across 7 countries, but we see cases and respond to epidemics in 17 other projects.  The strategies for responding to this increase in malaria cases are complex and demands a stronger approach and more support with more teams on the ground.  In the 2014-2016 Strategic Plan, Malaria became one of OCP’s top priorities.


Press Officer - Medical and Global Health

Purpose of the Job:

Advance and promote MSF’s medical and scientific work as well as advocacy around access to medicines issues that affect the work of MSF.

Provide focused communications support to the following core areas:

global health issues (HIV, malaria, antimicrobial resistance, drug-resistant TB, neglected diseases) and Access Campaign

MSF-USA Medical Unit, Epicentre and other medical units in the MSF network, as appropriate

Medical dossiers and research publications


Major Gifts Officer

Purpose of the Job:

Under the direction of the Director of Major Gifts, the Major Gifts Officer identifies, develops, manages, and grows strategic relationships with existing and potential MSF major donors. This includes stewardship and solicitation plans for a portfolio of 200+ individuals with the goal of securing funding for MSF-USA.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

A. Major Donor Relationship Management (85%)


Web Developer

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) provides assistance to populations in distress, to victims of natural or man­made disasters, and to victims of armed conflict, irrespective of race, religion, creed or political convictions. When medical assistance is not enough to save lives, MSF will speak out against human rights abuses and violations of humanitarian law its teams witness while providing medical relief.