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Working In The Field With MSF

Each year more than 3000 international staff join approximately 32,000 locally hired staff to provide medical aid in countries around the world. MSF guarantees staff a dynamic and intense work environment alongside people who believe in helping those in need.

MSF recruits medical and non-medical staff to work in its projects. All of these people bring professional abilities, practical experience, as well as a commitment to and concern for the people they help.

In this section you will find the information you need to determine if you are suited and qualified to work as a member of MSF field staff. Please read all of the information carefully before submitting your application.

If you are not a resident of Sweden or Finland, you should contact the MSF office in the country you live in. Links to all offices can be found on the MSF international website


Applying to MSF

Here you will find a general guide to the application process for all field roles we recruit for in Sweden.


Find out more about the jobs available with MSF overseas and what it's like to have a career delivering medical aid where it's needed most.

Life in the Field

Working in the field is both exciting and challenging. Hereunder you will find more information about working conditions, security and what to consider before sending in your application.

Behavioural commitments

These Behavioural Commitments are considered as a minimum behavioural standard, more specific rules may apply to MSF staff members depending on the context in which they work and their area of activity.