Our medical teams act fast to save people’s lives in conflict zones, natural disasters and epidemics. We go where we are needed most.
Médecins Sans Frontières.
Working as a doctor in the field includes a great deal of planning, implementation and evaluation of medical programs, and tutoring.
Our midwives often have a leading role in the daily cooperation with the health authorities and local midwives.
Coordinator positions are available at various levels. The work involves the coordination of medical or logistical activities, both for individual projects and for actions at the national level.
Duties as a financial controller include management, financial, human resources and administration, among other things.
As a logistician, you are often project-rounder; you do not need to have a specific background, the skills required are more the ability to solve problems and get things done.
You will work with the supply of field work with everything in the logistics chain; we are looking for those with prior coordinating experience; problem solvers that can make things happen - fast!
As an administrator, you typically work in one of our projects. Duties can include, among other things, personnel accounting, recruitment, leadership and coaching.
As a gynecologist/obstetrician in one of our projects, you work very independently with obstetric care and tuition.
Surgical teams are needed in vulnerable situations such as armed conflicts or in isolated areas, where medical staff are not available.
Anaesthetists are often needed on short notice and for shorter periods – one to three months, and the work usually involves general surgery.
Surgical teams are needed in vulnerable situations, often on short notice and for short periods - one to three months.
The surgical projects mostly handle trauma, orthopedics, gynecology and general surgery.
Children often hit hardest by crises such as famine, epidemics and armed conflicts. A large part of our patients are therefore children.
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.
As a pharmacist, you have a great responsibility for all management of pharmaceutical, medical materials and equipment.
As a laboratory technician in the field, your responsibility is to organize all laboratory activity in a medical project. You also train local personnel.
We are not recruiting physiotherapists at the moment.
As a psychologist, you often work with coordinating and training local assistants or psychologists.