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医疗职位General criteria for working in the field

Experience

At least 2 years relevant professional experience to the field/position of application.

 

Availability

Availability for all professions is a minimum of 12 months, but there are exceptions for surgical related professionals, who may be accepted for shorter missions. Preference will be given to candidates who are ready to make a long-term commitment and consider a career within the MSF international movement.

 

Ability to live and work as a team

MSF field workers live and work together. The hours are long and the living conditions may be primitive and offer little privacy. It is essential that field workers are tolerant, flexible and willing to interact with people of all nationalities and cultures.

 

Experience in developing countries

The vast majority of MSF projects are in the developing world. Previous work experience in the developing world is strongly desired.

 

Ability to manage stress

Field workers must be able to cope with a difficult and unpredictable environment, and adapt to the local culture, living conditions, security regulations and team dynamics.

 

Flexibility

Situations can change quickly in the field. Work tasks, departure dates, team composition and working environments may change during assignments. Flexibility is critical to one's success on an MSF project.

 

Language skills

Fluency in English (Level B1 or above). Fluency in French (Level B1 or above) allows for more opportunities for placement.

 

Tropical medicine courses

We recommend medical applicants with no previous training or experience to enroll in a course in tropical medicine. However, this does not apply to: Surgeons, Anesthesiologists, Obstetrician-Gynaecologists, OT Nurses, Midwives, Lab Technicians, Pharmacist, Mental Health Specialists / Psychologists and non medical profiles. Click here for more information. 

 

Willingness to work in high security contexts

MSF works in all contexts including conflict settings, therefore MSF field workers should be willing to be assigned on missions in high security contexts.

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非医疗职位General criteria for working in the field

Experience

At least 2 years relevant professional experience to the field/position of application.

 

Availability

Availability for all professions is a minimum of 12 months, but there are exceptions for surgical related professionals, who may be accepted for shorter missions. Preference will be given to candidates who are ready to make a long-term commitment and consider a career within the MSF international movement.

 

Ability to live and work as a team

MSF field workers live and work together. The hours are long and the living conditions may be primitive and offer little privacy. It is essential that field workers are tolerant, flexible and willing to interact with people of all nationalities and cultures.

 

Experience in developing countries

The vast majority of MSF projects are in the developing world. Previous work experience in the developing world is strongly desired.

 

Ability to manage stress

Field workers must be able to cope with a difficult and unpredictable environment, and adapt to the local culture, living conditions, security regulations and team dynamics.

 

Flexibility

Situations can change quickly in the field. Work tasks, departure dates, team composition and working environments may change during assignments. Flexibility is critical to one's success on an MSF project.

 

Language skills

Fluency in English (Level B1 or above). Fluency in French (Level B1 or above) allows for more opportunities for placement.

 

Tropical medicine courses

We recommend medical applicants with no previous training or experience to enroll in a course in tropical medicine. However, this does not apply to: Surgeons, Anesthesiologists, Obstetrician-Gynaecologists, OT Nurses, Midwives, Lab Technicians, Pharmacist, Mental Health Specialists / Psychologists and non medical profiles. Click here for more information. 

 

Willingness to work in high security contexts

MSF works in all contexts including conflict settings, therefore MSF field workers should be willing to be assigned on missions in high security contexts.

Please Click here for the requirements details for all positions