Work In The Field
Work in the field
Interested in helping MSF to run its medical projects? Nearly 68,000 staff worked with MSF in 2022 to provide medical care to those who need it the most.
Our staff work during conflicts and epidemics, and following natural disasters, the conditions are challenging, but the rewards are enormous.
We need medical and non-medical staff to make our work possible. Do you think you have what it takes? Find out more about who we are looking for, the employment conditions, and how to apply below.
If you are currently working with us as locally hired staff or have previously worked with us in the last 12 months, please go ahead and apply but also leave us an email alert at [email protected].
Who We Need
MSF recruits medical and non-medical staff to work in its projects. We work together in teams, small and large, to respond to the medical needs of people affected by conflict, disasters and epidemics and those excluded from healthcare. Our staff members 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.
Due to the high volume of applications MSF EA Field HR is currently receiving, we request that applicants be patient until we are able to process all submissions. Those candidates who meet our most urgent requirements will be prioritised, but we will provide feedback to all applicants in the coming months. We appreciate your interest and thank you for your time.
Frequently Asked Questions
We have answered some common questions about working in the field with MSF below. Click on the questions that are relevant to you below.
Watch the video below to find out how your skills can fit into MSF network of professional fieldworkers