From caring for malnourished babies in a drought affected region of Africa through to conducting rounds to survey trauma patients in a large Ministry of Health hospital after a bout of conflict in the area, MSF’s doctors provide lifesaving care every day in our projects. You will not be facing these challenges alone – MSF provides expert technical support including extensive guidelines and protocols.

Your job

As a medical doctor your job will mainly be seeing patients and supervising local staff doctors, to whom you will also provide training and evaluation.

This might include:

  • Doing basic consultations at a mobile clinic with possibly high numbers of patients every day
  • Doing ward rounds in a hospital, as well as offering medical expertise to local staff medical doctors of different departments
  • Working with very limited diagnostic tools and referral services
  • Supporting medical data collection, analysis and reporting
  • Developing and implementing relevant protocols 
  • Forecasting medical supply needs and managing medical stocks

Our projects offer opportunities in a range of contexts in which you can gain experience in various areas of practice – for example, HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis, nutritional programs or neglected diseases like Kala-azar or sleeping sickness. 

Requirements

  • A completed specialization in general medicine / family medicine
  • OR a minimum of 3 years clinical experience post graduation, in particular in the fields of general medicine, infectious diseases, paediatrics, internal medicine, surgery, gynecology/obstetrics and emergency medicine
  • Ability to take medical responsibility for an entire team in situations where you may be the only doctor
  • A good level of English
  • Availability of at least 3 to 6 months

General conditions

  • Commitment to MSF’s work and values
  • Work or travel experience in developing countries
  • Ability to cope with stress and to organize and prioritize workload
  • Ability to work in an international team and together with national staff
  • Willingness to work in an unstable and insecure environment
  • Adaptable and able to work in a multicultural team
  • IT skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)

Assets

  • Knowledge of tropical medicine or infectious diseases, hands-on work experience in a developing country  
  • Other language skills (French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Russian) are highly appreciated

Ihre Aufgabe

From caring for malnourished babies in a drought affected region of Africa through to conducting rounds to survey trauma patients in a large Ministry of Health hospital after a bout of conflict in the area, MSF’s doctors provide lifesaving care every day in our projects. You will not be facing these challenges alone – MSF provides expert technical support including extensive guidelines and protocols.

Your job

As a medical doctor your job will mainly be seeing patients and supervising local staff doctors, to whom you will also provide training and evaluation.

This might include:

  • Doing basic consultations at a mobile clinic with possibly high numbers of patients every day
  • Doing ward rounds in a hospital, as well as offering medical expertise to local staff medical doctors of different departments
  • Working with very limited diagnostic tools and referral services
  • Supporting medical data collection, analysis and reporting
  • Developing and implementing relevant protocols 
  • Forecasting medical supply needs and managing medical stocks

Our projects offer opportunities in a range of contexts in which you can gain experience in various areas of practice – for example, HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis, nutritional programs or neglected diseases like Kala-azar or sleeping sickness. 

Requirements

  • A completed specialization in general medicine / family medicine
  • OR a minimum of 3 years clinical experience post graduation, in particular in the fields of general medicine, infectious diseases, paediatrics, internal medicine, surgery, gynecology/obstetrics and emergency medicine
  • Ability to take medical responsibility for an entire team in situations where you may be the only doctor
  • A good level of English
  • Availability of at least 3 to 6 months

General conditions

  • Commitment to MSF’s work and values
  • Work or travel experience in developing countries
  • Ability to cope with stress and to organize and prioritize workload
  • Ability to work in an international team and together with national staff
  • Willingness to work in an unstable and insecure environment
  • Adaptable and able to work in a multicultural team
  • IT skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)

Assets

  • Knowledge of tropical medicine or infectious diseases, hands-on work experience in a developing country  
  • Other language skills (French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Russian) are highly appreciated

Diese Tätigkeit umfasst u.a.

From caring for malnourished babies in a drought affected region of Africa through to conducting rounds to survey trauma patients in a large Ministry of Health hospital after a bout of conflict in the area, MSF’s doctors provide lifesaving care every day in our projects. You will not be facing these challenges alone – MSF provides expert technical support including extensive guidelines and protocols.

Your job

As a medical doctor your job will mainly be seeing patients and supervising local staff doctors, to whom you will also provide training and evaluation.

This might include:

  • Doing basic consultations at a mobile clinic with possibly high numbers of patients every day
  • Doing ward rounds in a hospital, as well as offering medical expertise to local staff medical doctors of different departments
  • Working with very limited diagnostic tools and referral services
  • Supporting medical data collection, analysis and reporting
  • Developing and implementing relevant protocols 
  • Forecasting medical supply needs and managing medical stocks

Our projects offer opportunities in a range of contexts in which you can gain experience in various areas of practice – for example, HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis, nutritional programs or neglected diseases like Kala-azar or sleeping sickness. 

Requirements

  • A completed specialization in general medicine / family medicine
  • OR a minimum of 3 years clinical experience post graduation, in particular in the fields of general medicine, infectious diseases, paediatrics, internal medicine, surgery, gynecology/obstetrics and emergency medicine
  • Ability to take medical responsibility for an entire team in situations where you may be the only doctor
  • A good level of English
  • Availability of at least 3 to 6 months

General conditions

  • Commitment to MSF’s work and values
  • Work or travel experience in developing countries
  • Ability to cope with stress and to organize and prioritize workload
  • Ability to work in an international team and together with national staff
  • Willingness to work in an unstable and insecure environment
  • Adaptable and able to work in a multicultural team
  • IT skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)

Assets

  • Knowledge of tropical medicine or infectious diseases, hands-on work experience in a developing country  
  • Other language skills (French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Russian) are highly appreciated

Anforderungen

From caring for malnourished babies in a drought affected region of Africa through to conducting rounds to survey trauma patients in a large Ministry of Health hospital after a bout of conflict in the area, MSF’s doctors provide lifesaving care every day in our projects. You will not be facing these challenges alone – MSF provides expert technical support including extensive guidelines and protocols.

Your job

As a medical doctor your job will mainly be seeing patients and supervising local staff doctors, to whom you will also provide training and evaluation.

This might include:

  • Doing basic consultations at a mobile clinic with possibly high numbers of patients every day
  • Doing ward rounds in a hospital, as well as offering medical expertise to local staff medical doctors of different departments
  • Working with very limited diagnostic tools and referral services
  • Supporting medical data collection, analysis and reporting
  • Developing and implementing relevant protocols 
  • Forecasting medical supply needs and managing medical stocks

Our projects offer opportunities in a range of contexts in which you can gain experience in various areas of practice – for example, HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis, nutritional programs or neglected diseases like Kala-azar or sleeping sickness. 

Requirements

  • A completed specialization in general medicine / family medicine
  • OR a minimum of 3 years clinical experience post graduation, in particular in the fields of general medicine, infectious diseases, paediatrics, internal medicine, surgery, gynecology/obstetrics and emergency medicine
  • Ability to take medical responsibility for an entire team in situations where you may be the only doctor
  • A good level of English
  • Availability of at least 3 to 6 months

General conditions

  • Commitment to MSF’s work and values
  • Work or travel experience in developing countries
  • Ability to cope with stress and to organize and prioritize workload
  • Ability to work in an international team and together with national staff
  • Willingness to work in an unstable and insecure environment
  • Adaptable and able to work in a multicultural team
  • IT skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)

Assets

  • Knowledge of tropical medicine or infectious diseases, hands-on work experience in a developing country  
  • Other language skills (French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Russian) are highly appreciated

Wünschenswerte Kenntnisse

From caring for malnourished babies in a drought affected region of Africa through to conducting rounds to survey trauma patients in a large Ministry of Health hospital after a bout of conflict in the area, MSF’s doctors provide lifesaving care every day in our projects. You will not be facing these challenges alone – MSF provides expert technical support including extensive guidelines and protocols.

Your job

As a medical doctor your job will mainly be seeing patients and supervising local staff doctors, to whom you will also provide training and evaluation.

This might include:

  • Doing basic consultations at a mobile clinic with possibly high numbers of patients every day
  • Doing ward rounds in a hospital, as well as offering medical expertise to local staff medical doctors of different departments
  • Working with very limited diagnostic tools and referral services
  • Supporting medical data collection, analysis and reporting
  • Developing and implementing relevant protocols 
  • Forecasting medical supply needs and managing medical stocks

Our projects offer opportunities in a range of contexts in which you can gain experience in various areas of practice – for example, HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis, nutritional programs or neglected diseases like Kala-azar or sleeping sickness. 

Requirements

  • A completed specialization in general medicine / family medicine
  • OR a minimum of 3 years clinical experience post graduation, in particular in the fields of general medicine, infectious diseases, paediatrics, internal medicine, surgery, gynecology/obstetrics and emergency medicine
  • Ability to take medical responsibility for an entire team in situations where you may be the only doctor
  • A good level of English
  • Availability of at least 3 to 6 months

General conditions

  • Commitment to MSF’s work and values
  • Work or travel experience in developing countries
  • Ability to cope with stress and to organize and prioritize workload
  • Ability to work in an international team and together with national staff
  • Willingness to work in an unstable and insecure environment
  • Adaptable and able to work in a multicultural team
  • IT skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)

Assets

  • Knowledge of tropical medicine or infectious diseases, hands-on work experience in a developing country  
  • Other language skills (French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Russian) are highly appreciated