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Help people and put your medical skills and experience to use in some of the most challenging situations in the world.
Being a nurse with MSF is demanding and rewarding. From basic healthcare to helping set up health posts, nurses are vital to our work.
Often considered a master of all trades, technical logisticians provide daily support to all medical project activities.
MSF programs include the treatment and management of a range of infectious diseases. For this reason, physicians specializing in infectious diseases can make a significant contribution to MSF.
Our staff delivers thousands of babies and saves thousands of mothers' lives every year - we need your skills and expertise.
From buying supplies to setting up comms networks, and fixing broken kits to managing building projects, logisticians' varied and challenging roles keep MSF's programs running smoothly.
During conflicts and their aftermath, surgeons are needed for assignments generally lasting from six weeks to three months or more.
Our experts act in the aftermath of emergencies, and help people with long-term conditions and life-changing injuries.
Financial Administrators are responsible for bookkeeping, budget control, financial reporting, and HR management for international and local staff.
Anesthetists often work with MSF in extreme circumstances such as areas of conflict and in isolated communities.
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.
HR administrators define, plan and supervise the implementation of human resources policies on MSF missions.
Ob-gyns perform both emergency and planned surgeries, manage complications surrounding deliveries and post-operative follow-up, and train and support both surgical and midwifery staff.
MSF epidemiologists typically work in three areas: outbreak response/control, surveys, and research.
OR nurses work with emergency teams in conflict zones or in communities without access to health care.
Laboratory scientists play an important role in running our laboratories and monitoring outbreaks of disease and the impact of our responses.
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