As a laboratory technician in the field, your responsibility is to organize all laboratory activity in a medical project. You train local personnel in sampling, analysis and quality assurance.
Once you have gained field experience, you can also be given responsibility for evaluation and service training.
- Education as a biomedical analyst
- Knowledge of tropical diseases
- Professional experience in a European laboratory, preferably in low-income regions with parasitology
- Organizational and teaching skills
VOICES FROM THE FIELD
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Your safety and security
We take safety and security seriously. This video explains the risks our staff face and the lengths we go to keep them safe.
Please watch this before you decide whether or not to apply for this job.
READY TO APPLY?
Working for MSF is a commitment, rather than just an adventure or a job opportunity. Make sure you have read and understood the information on Life in the field.
We can only accept applications from Swedish and Finnish residents (Swedish/Finnish citizens and those eligible to work in Sweden or Finland).