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 workers. Please read all of the information carefully before submitting your application.
MSF is seeking infectious diseace specialists, paediatricians and GPs.
Being a nurse with MSF is demanding and rewarding. From basic healthcare to helping set up health posts, nurses are vital to our work.
Our staff deliver thousands of babies and save thousands of mothers' lives every year - we need your skills and expertise.
In Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) projects, reproductive health care will very often be a component.
During conflicts and their aftermath, anaesthetists are needed for assignments generally lasting from six weeks to three months or more.
Surgeons treat people wounded in conflict zones or provide care to communities without functioning healthcare systems.
Our experts act in the aftermath of emergencies, and help people withlong-term conditions and life-changing injuries.
Access to essential drugs is one of our major concerns. Through their expertise, pharmacists are in charge of drugs management as well as medical equipment.
Biomedical scientists play an important role in running our laboratories and monitoring outbreaks of disease and the impact of our responses.
A varied and challenging job - from buying supplies to setting up comms networks, fixing broken kit to managing building projects.
Water & Sanitation
If a water source becomes contaminated it can quickly turn into a medical crisis.
HR administrators, define, plan and oversee human resources policies. Finance specialists ensure financial control.