We continuously recruit water and sanitation experts for our projects around the world. Water and sanitation play a key role in our projects; water is the source of life but can also spread disease and death. Your goal is to prevent and control water-borne diseases both within and outside of the medical facilities we support.
Duties can range from ensuring basic water /sanitation standards at our clinics to building water supply systems for the refugee camps. Your job involves maintaining a reliable water supply, building or upgrading sanitation and arranging proper management of medical waste. You will work closely with other members of the project (medical and non-medical personnel). The work also entails training and supervising local personnel.
- At least two years of relevant work experience
- Relevant university degree
- Experience of traveling in low income countries
- Available for 12 months
- Good knowledge of English
MSF is currently looking for water and sanitation specialists with good French skills. If you speak French to a level where you can be placed in a French speaking mission such as the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Chad or Central African Republic, you are much more likely to be recruited. Arabic skills are also in demand.
OF ADDITIONAL MERIT
- Experience working abroad with other humanitarian organizations
- Experience in supervision and training
- Knowledge of French, Arabic or Spanish
VOICES FROM THE FIELD
Watch this video with our water and sanitation expert Anders Hamnö on the ground in Karachi, Pakistan
To read first-hand stories from water and sanitation experts working overseas for MSF, visit our blog.