Being an MSF nurse is demanding and rewarding. From basic healthcare to helping set up health posts, nurses are vital to our work. In many situations, nurses are the backbone of our medical operations.
Our registered nurses provide primary healthcare, establish and manage health posts, operate feeding centres and in/outpatient clinics and hospitals, plan and implement vaccination campaigns, and organise mother-child health programmes.
Training, supervising and managing local nursing staff or community health providers is a key responsibility.
- Nursing degree
- Significant post-qualification nursing experience, preferably in one or more of the following areas: infectious diseases, intensive care, nutrition, paediatrics, operating theatre or anaesthesia
- Valid Nursing Board registration
- Five years of proven professional experience
- Experience in supervising, managing and training others
- Available for a minimum of nine months
- Willingness to work in unstable areas
- Adaptable and able to work in a multicultural team
- Flexible and able to manage stress