Every year, MSF sends around 3,800 professionals (including doctors, nurses, logisticians, experts in water and sanitation, administrators and other profiles) to its projects, to join another 39,500 locally hired staff. Together they run medical humanitarian projects in over 70 countries around the world, providing assistance to victims of armed conflict and violence, natural disasters, epidemics and neglected diseases, and of exlcusion from healthcare.
In 2018, between international and locally hired staff, MSF Spain had more than 6,950 workers employed in the field.
In addition to medical profiles (doctors, surgeons, nurses, pharmacists, midwives, etc.), we also need people from other fields (logisticians, experts in water and sanitation, financial officers, administrators, human resources officers, humanitarian affairs specialists, etc.). We also hire and promote people to coordination posts: heads of mission (MSF's top position in any given country), medical coordinators, logistics coordinators and project coordinators.
Thank you for your interest in joining MSF.
If your application is successful you will join our staff pool and be assigned to one of our projects in Africa, Asia or Latin America, depending on your profile, availability and current vacancies. Coordination positions are based in the country's capital (or in the city where the mission's central office is). Project coordinators and all other positions work where the projects are located, generally in rural areas. Please see our field organisational chart for more information.
Before applying, you should be sure that you really want to work and live in the field. Living conditions can be basic, at times rudimentary, and the work will always be challenging in both quantity and quality. You will be asked to observe certain security rules and your freedom of movement may sometimes be restricted.
You will work with people from different countries and cultures and at times you will share your working and living space. It is important to bear in mind that the context of projects, and even your job, can suddenly change, which means that flexibility and adaptability are vital.
We are looking for qualified people with work experience. Candidates must speak fluent English and French.
Médecins Sans Frontières provides equal opportunities for men and women in the selection process.