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Explore the humanitarian jobs available with MSF, and learn what it's like to have a career delivering medical aid where it's needed most.

We rely on a strong network of professionals to deliver lifesaving medical aid.

Each year, Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) sends people from the United States overseas to carry out assignments alongside more than 55,000 locally hired staff to give lifesaving medical assistance to people who would otherwise be denied access to healthcare, clean water and shelter.

We're committed to diverse, inclusive, and ethical employment

As core principles inextricably linked to our success, equity, inclusion, and respect of diversity allow us to carry out our social mission and serve our patients. We foster diversity by embracing people of all races, ethnicities, national origins, genders, ages, religions, abilities, sexual orientations, and socioeconomic status.

The MSF-USA Field HR Recruitment Strategy reflects our strong commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion to ensure a highly skilled and culturally responsive workforce.

Read our statement on our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion

If you're legally authorized to work in the U.S. and this sounds like the kind of mission you're passionate about, we invite you to explore the roles we staff and to discover how to apply.

Not legally authorized to work in the U.S.? Find the right MSF office for your application.

Medical

Urgent Need

Urgent Need

Psychiatrists

We offer diverse psychiatry activities depending on program types and contexts

Urgent Need

A woman and her child during a consultation at the MSF mobile clinic in Yakoua, Chad.

Urgent Need

Physicians

Put your medical skills and experience to use in some of the most challenging situations in the world

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Anesthesiologists

Anesthesia providers often work in conflict settings to provide care to communities without access to functioning health care systems

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Surgical team perform a cesarean

Obstetricians/Gynecologists

As an ob-gyn on an MSF mission, your clinical skills and resourcefulness will be put to the test

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Surgeons

Surgeons are responsible for providing the best surgical care possible for our patients and work in close collaboration with the team, training staff in the operating room and on the surgical ward

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Operating room nurses

OR nurses work in conflict settings with surgical teams to provide care to communities without access to functioning health care systems

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Pediatric Intensivists

MSF has opened a pediatric unit in a Lebanese public hospital located in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon.

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Paramedical

Urgent Need

Urgent Need

Infection, Prevention & Control (IPC) Manager

IPC Manager leads the development & maintenance of an infection control program in order to ensure the quality if care and safety of patients and staff

Epidemiologists

In the midst of an outbreak, our project teams look to our epidemiologists to learn where and how fast a disease is spreading, and how it can be stopped

Urgent Need

Urgent Need

Midwives

Our staff delivers thousands of babies and saves thousands of mothers' lives each year

Clinical psychologists

Clinical psychologists act in the aftermath of emergencies, and help people with long-term conditions and life-changing injuries

MSF nurse Deogracias Kabila examines a child with malnutrition in Bokoro.

Registered Nurses/Nurse Practitioners

From organizing a mass vaccination initiative for measles or triaging an influx of displaced people fleeing conflict, nurses save lives in a variety of conflict zones

MSF Pharmacist dispenses life-extending ARVs to HIV-positive patient

Pharmacists

Access to essential drugs is one of our major concerns

Laboratory Technicians

Laboratory technicians play an important role in running our laboratories and monitoring outbreaks of disease and the impact of our responses

Non-medical

Logistics Manager

MSF's technical logisticians are the 'behind the scenes' people that ensure everything runs smoothly, no matter what happens

Urgent Need

Urgent Need

Water & Sanitation Specialists

These specialists are essential to ensuring that people in desperate situations access the basic necessities to survive

Supply Logisticians

Our supply logisticians make sure our projects are equipped with everything that's needed to deal with an emergency

Health Promoter screens children in the community

Human resources administrators

HR admins define, plan, and supervise the implementation of human resources policies on MSF missions

Health Promoter talking with children about prevention

Health Promoters

Health promoters work in projects all over the world to develop strategies to address a wide range of health issues, from sexual violence care to Ebola prevention

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Financial administrators

Financial administrators are responsible for bookkeeping, budget control, financial reporting, and HR management for international and local staff

Communications Officer

Communications Officers play a vital role in ensuring that MSF speaks out against human rights abuses and injustice

Humanitarian Affairs Officer

HAOs help to expose the impact that conflict and neglect have on the people we serve and to advocate for them as well as ensure we maintain access to our patients

Work in a US office

We welcome your interest in working for Doctors Without Borders in one of our U.S. offices. Search our current job listings, or learn about our internships and volunteering opportunities.

Medical

Urgent Need

Urgent Need

Psychiatrists

We offer diverse psychiatry activities depending on program types and contexts

Urgent Need

A woman and her child during a consultation at the MSF mobile clinic in Yakoua, Chad.

Urgent Need

Physicians

Put your medical skills and experience to use in some of the most challenging situations in the world

Not currently active
Sign up to be notified of future needs

Anesthesiologists

Anesthesia providers often work in conflict settings to provide care to communities without access to functioning health care systems

Not currently active
Sign up to be notified of future needs

Read More
Surgical team perform a cesarean

Obstetricians/Gynecologists

As an ob-gyn on an MSF mission, your clinical skills and resourcefulness will be put to the test

Not currently active
Sign up to be notified of future needs

Surgeons

Surgeons are responsible for providing the best surgical care possible for our patients and work in close collaboration with the team, training staff in the operating room and on the surgical ward

Not currently active
Sign up to be notified of future needs

Read More

Not currently active
Sign up to be notified of future needs

Operating room nurses

OR nurses work in conflict settings with surgical teams to provide care to communities without access to functioning health care systems

Not currently active
Sign up to be notified of future needs

Read More

Not currently active
Sign up to be notified of future needs

Pediatric Intensivists

MSF has opened a pediatric unit in a Lebanese public hospital located in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon.

Not currently active
Sign up to be notified of future needs

Read More

Paramedical

Urgent Need

Urgent Need

Infection, Prevention & Control (IPC) Manager

IPC Manager leads the development & maintenance of an infection control program in order to ensure the quality if care and safety of patients and staff

Epidemiologists

In the midst of an outbreak, our project teams look to our epidemiologists to learn where and how fast a disease is spreading, and how it can be stopped

Urgent Need

Urgent Need

Midwives

Our staff delivers thousands of babies and saves thousands of mothers' lives each year

Clinical psychologists

Clinical psychologists act in the aftermath of emergencies, and help people with long-term conditions and life-changing injuries

MSF nurse Deogracias Kabila examines a child with malnutrition in Bokoro.

Registered Nurses/Nurse Practitioners

From organizing a mass vaccination initiative for measles or triaging an influx of displaced people fleeing conflict, nurses save lives in a variety of conflict zones

MSF Pharmacist dispenses life-extending ARVs to HIV-positive patient

Pharmacists

Access to essential drugs is one of our major concerns

Laboratory Technicians

Laboratory technicians play an important role in running our laboratories and monitoring outbreaks of disease and the impact of our responses

Non-medical

Logistics Manager

MSF's technical logisticians are the 'behind the scenes' people that ensure everything runs smoothly, no matter what happens

Urgent Need

Urgent Need

Water & Sanitation Specialists

These specialists are essential to ensuring that people in desperate situations access the basic necessities to survive

Supply Logisticians

Our supply logisticians make sure our projects are equipped with everything that's needed to deal with an emergency

Health Promoter screens children in the community

Human resources administrators

HR admins define, plan, and supervise the implementation of human resources policies on MSF missions

Health Promoter talking with children about prevention

Health Promoters

Health promoters work in projects all over the world to develop strategies to address a wide range of health issues, from sexual violence care to Ebola prevention

TKtk

Financial administrators

Financial administrators are responsible for bookkeeping, budget control, financial reporting, and HR management for international and local staff

Communications Officer

Communications Officers play a vital role in ensuring that MSF speaks out against human rights abuses and injustice

Humanitarian Affairs Officer

HAOs help to expose the impact that conflict and neglect have on the people we serve and to advocate for them as well as ensure we maintain access to our patients

Work in a U.S. office

We welcome your interest in working for Doctors Without Borders in one of our U.S. offices. Search our current job listings, or learn about our internships and volunteering opportunities.

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