In terms of numbers, nurses make up one of the largest groups of volunteers in MSF. As an MSF nurse, you may work in a primary health care project, a malnutrition program, a vaccination campaign, or an epidemic outbreak response. Your primary responsibility will be as a manager. Your role can vary from leading an outreach team to managing a department or clinic.

Your job

In most projects, the basic patient care is taken over by family members and care takers. Your main responsibility is therefore the supervision, training and coaching of your (local) team of nurses and community health workers (team size varies from around 10 to 40 nurses).  Your tasks will reach from organizing monthly duty roasters, to assessing training needs and, consequently, organizing relevant trainings. In collaboration with the HR team, you will also be responsible for the recruitment, evaluation, and development of team members. You will supervise the implementation of new standards and protocols, according to the project’s objective and provide support when needed, to ensure the quality of care. 
In your role, you will also build up and maintain a network of community health workers to improve access to the communities.
Data collection, analysis and reporting are an intrinsic part of your role. Furthermore, together with the medical team, you will be responsible for forecasting medical supply needs and managing medical stocks. 

Requirements

  • A valid nursing licence (diploma or university degree)
  • At least 2 years post-qualification nursing experience 
  • Experience in leading teams is essential (training, coaching and supervision)
  • Availability of at least 6 to 12 months
  • A good level of English AND French (or another second foreign language)

Assets

  • Knowledge of tropical medicine, public health, and TB/HIV are required for some regions. Therefore, we highly recommend taking a tropical medicine course. Relevant work experience in one of these areas will be an asset, as well.
  • Hands-on experience in any of the following will be an asset: intensive care, emergency department, paediatric care, obstetric care, infectious diseases, HIV/Aids, outreach programs

Ihre Aufgabe

In terms of numbers, nurses make up one of the largest groups of volunteers in MSF. As an MSF nurse, you may work in a primary health care project, a malnutrition program, a vaccination campaign, or an epidemic outbreak response. Your primary responsibility will be as a manager. Your role can vary from leading an outreach team to managing a department or clinic.

Your job

In most projects, the basic patient care is taken over by family members and care takers. Your main responsibility is therefore the supervision, training and coaching of your (local) team of nurses and community health workers (team size varies from around 10 to 40 nurses).  Your tasks will reach from organizing monthly duty roasters, to assessing training needs and, consequently, organizing relevant trainings. In collaboration with the HR team, you will also be responsible for the recruitment, evaluation, and development of team members. You will supervise the implementation of new standards and protocols, according to the project’s objective and provide support when needed, to ensure the quality of care. 
In your role, you will also build up and maintain a network of community health workers to improve access to the communities.
Data collection, analysis and reporting are an intrinsic part of your role. Furthermore, together with the medical team, you will be responsible for forecasting medical supply needs and managing medical stocks. 

Requirements

  • A valid nursing licence (diploma or university degree)
  • At least 2 years post-qualification nursing experience 
  • Experience in leading teams is essential (training, coaching and supervision)
  • Availability of at least 6 to 12 months
  • A good level of English AND French (or another second foreign language)

Assets

  • Knowledge of tropical medicine, public health, and TB/HIV are required for some regions. Therefore, we highly recommend taking a tropical medicine course. Relevant work experience in one of these areas will be an asset, as well.
  • Hands-on experience in any of the following will be an asset: intensive care, emergency department, paediatric care, obstetric care, infectious diseases, HIV/Aids, outreach programs

Anforderungen

In terms of numbers, nurses make up one of the largest groups of volunteers in MSF. As an MSF nurse, you may work in a primary health care project, a malnutrition program, a vaccination campaign, or an epidemic outbreak response. Your primary responsibility will be as a manager. Your role can vary from leading an outreach team to managing a department or clinic.

Your job

In most projects, the basic patient care is taken over by family members and care takers. Your main responsibility is therefore the supervision, training and coaching of your (local) team of nurses and community health workers (team size varies from around 10 to 40 nurses).  Your tasks will reach from organizing monthly duty roasters, to assessing training needs and, consequently, organizing relevant trainings. In collaboration with the HR team, you will also be responsible for the recruitment, evaluation, and development of team members. You will supervise the implementation of new standards and protocols, according to the project’s objective and provide support when needed, to ensure the quality of care. 
In your role, you will also build up and maintain a network of community health workers to improve access to the communities.
Data collection, analysis and reporting are an intrinsic part of your role. Furthermore, together with the medical team, you will be responsible for forecasting medical supply needs and managing medical stocks. 

Requirements

  • A valid nursing licence (diploma or university degree)
  • At least 2 years post-qualification nursing experience 
  • Experience in leading teams is essential (training, coaching and supervision)
  • Availability of at least 6 to 12 months
  • A good level of English AND French (or another second foreign language)

Assets

  • Knowledge of tropical medicine, public health, and TB/HIV are required for some regions. Therefore, we highly recommend taking a tropical medicine course. Relevant work experience in one of these areas will be an asset, as well.
  • Hands-on experience in any of the following will be an asset: intensive care, emergency department, paediatric care, obstetric care, infectious diseases, HIV/Aids, outreach programs

Wünschenswerte Kenntnisse

In terms of numbers, nurses make up one of the largest groups of volunteers in MSF. As an MSF nurse, you may work in a primary health care project, a malnutrition program, a vaccination campaign, or an epidemic outbreak response. Your primary responsibility will be as a manager. Your role can vary from leading an outreach team to managing a department or clinic.

Your job

In most projects, the basic patient care is taken over by family members and care takers. Your main responsibility is therefore the supervision, training and coaching of your (local) team of nurses and community health workers (team size varies from around 10 to 40 nurses).  Your tasks will reach from organizing monthly duty roasters, to assessing training needs and, consequently, organizing relevant trainings. In collaboration with the HR team, you will also be responsible for the recruitment, evaluation, and development of team members. You will supervise the implementation of new standards and protocols, according to the project’s objective and provide support when needed, to ensure the quality of care. 
In your role, you will also build up and maintain a network of community health workers to improve access to the communities.
Data collection, analysis and reporting are an intrinsic part of your role. Furthermore, together with the medical team, you will be responsible for forecasting medical supply needs and managing medical stocks. 

Requirements

  • A valid nursing licence (diploma or university degree)
  • At least 2 years post-qualification nursing experience 
  • Experience in leading teams is essential (training, coaching and supervision)
  • Availability of at least 6 to 12 months
  • A good level of English AND French (or another second foreign language)

Assets

  • Knowledge of tropical medicine, public health, and TB/HIV are required for some regions. Therefore, we highly recommend taking a tropical medicine course. Relevant work experience in one of these areas will be an asset, as well.
  • Hands-on experience in any of the following will be an asset: intensive care, emergency department, paediatric care, obstetric care, infectious diseases, HIV/Aids, outreach programs

OP-Pflege

In terms of numbers, nurses make up one of the largest groups of volunteers in MSF. As an MSF nurse, you may work in a primary health care project, a malnutrition program, a vaccination campaign, or an epidemic outbreak response. Your primary responsibility will be as a manager. Your role can vary from leading an outreach team to managing a department or clinic.

Your job

In most projects, the basic patient care is taken over by family members and care takers. Your main responsibility is therefore the supervision, training and coaching of your (local) team of nurses and community health workers (team size varies from around 10 to 40 nurses).  Your tasks will reach from organizing monthly duty roasters, to assessing training needs and, consequently, organizing relevant trainings. In collaboration with the HR team, you will also be responsible for the recruitment, evaluation, and development of team members. You will supervise the implementation of new standards and protocols, according to the project’s objective and provide support when needed, to ensure the quality of care. 
In your role, you will also build up and maintain a network of community health workers to improve access to the communities.
Data collection, analysis and reporting are an intrinsic part of your role. Furthermore, together with the medical team, you will be responsible for forecasting medical supply needs and managing medical stocks. 

Requirements

  • A valid nursing licence (diploma or university degree)
  • At least 2 years post-qualification nursing experience 
  • Experience in leading teams is essential (training, coaching and supervision)
  • Availability of at least 6 to 12 months
  • A good level of English AND French (or another second foreign language)

Assets

  • Knowledge of tropical medicine, public health, and TB/HIV are required for some regions. Therefore, we highly recommend taking a tropical medicine course. Relevant work experience in one of these areas will be an asset, as well.
  • Hands-on experience in any of the following will be an asset: intensive care, emergency department, paediatric care, obstetric care, infectious diseases, HIV/Aids, outreach programs

Ihre Aufgabe

In terms of numbers, nurses make up one of the largest groups of volunteers in MSF. As an MSF nurse, you may work in a primary health care project, a malnutrition program, a vaccination campaign, or an epidemic outbreak response. Your primary responsibility will be as a manager. Your role can vary from leading an outreach team to managing a department or clinic.

Your job

In most projects, the basic patient care is taken over by family members and care takers. Your main responsibility is therefore the supervision, training and coaching of your (local) team of nurses and community health workers (team size varies from around 10 to 40 nurses).  Your tasks will reach from organizing monthly duty roasters, to assessing training needs and, consequently, organizing relevant trainings. In collaboration with the HR team, you will also be responsible for the recruitment, evaluation, and development of team members. You will supervise the implementation of new standards and protocols, according to the project’s objective and provide support when needed, to ensure the quality of care. 
In your role, you will also build up and maintain a network of community health workers to improve access to the communities.
Data collection, analysis and reporting are an intrinsic part of your role. Furthermore, together with the medical team, you will be responsible for forecasting medical supply needs and managing medical stocks. 

Requirements

  • A valid nursing licence (diploma or university degree)
  • At least 2 years post-qualification nursing experience 
  • Experience in leading teams is essential (training, coaching and supervision)
  • Availability of at least 6 to 12 months
  • A good level of English AND French (or another second foreign language)

Assets

  • Knowledge of tropical medicine, public health, and TB/HIV are required for some regions. Therefore, we highly recommend taking a tropical medicine course. Relevant work experience in one of these areas will be an asset, as well.
  • Hands-on experience in any of the following will be an asset: intensive care, emergency department, paediatric care, obstetric care, infectious diseases, HIV/Aids, outreach programs

Anforderungen

In terms of numbers, nurses make up one of the largest groups of volunteers in MSF. As an MSF nurse, you may work in a primary health care project, a malnutrition program, a vaccination campaign, or an epidemic outbreak response. Your primary responsibility will be as a manager. Your role can vary from leading an outreach team to managing a department or clinic.

Your job

In most projects, the basic patient care is taken over by family members and care takers. Your main responsibility is therefore the supervision, training and coaching of your (local) team of nurses and community health workers (team size varies from around 10 to 40 nurses).  Your tasks will reach from organizing monthly duty roasters, to assessing training needs and, consequently, organizing relevant trainings. In collaboration with the HR team, you will also be responsible for the recruitment, evaluation, and development of team members. You will supervise the implementation of new standards and protocols, according to the project’s objective and provide support when needed, to ensure the quality of care. 
In your role, you will also build up and maintain a network of community health workers to improve access to the communities.
Data collection, analysis and reporting are an intrinsic part of your role. Furthermore, together with the medical team, you will be responsible for forecasting medical supply needs and managing medical stocks. 

Requirements

  • A valid nursing licence (diploma or university degree)
  • At least 2 years post-qualification nursing experience 
  • Experience in leading teams is essential (training, coaching and supervision)
  • Availability of at least 6 to 12 months
  • A good level of English AND French (or another second foreign language)

Assets

  • Knowledge of tropical medicine, public health, and TB/HIV are required for some regions. Therefore, we highly recommend taking a tropical medicine course. Relevant work experience in one of these areas will be an asset, as well.
  • Hands-on experience in any of the following will be an asset: intensive care, emergency department, paediatric care, obstetric care, infectious diseases, HIV/Aids, outreach programs

Wünschenswerte Kenntnisse

In terms of numbers, nurses make up one of the largest groups of volunteers in MSF. As an MSF nurse, you may work in a primary health care project, a malnutrition program, a vaccination campaign, or an epidemic outbreak response. Your primary responsibility will be as a manager. Your role can vary from leading an outreach team to managing a department or clinic.

Your job

In most projects, the basic patient care is taken over by family members and care takers. Your main responsibility is therefore the supervision, training and coaching of your (local) team of nurses and community health workers (team size varies from around 10 to 40 nurses).  Your tasks will reach from organizing monthly duty roasters, to assessing training needs and, consequently, organizing relevant trainings. In collaboration with the HR team, you will also be responsible for the recruitment, evaluation, and development of team members. You will supervise the implementation of new standards and protocols, according to the project’s objective and provide support when needed, to ensure the quality of care. 
In your role, you will also build up and maintain a network of community health workers to improve access to the communities.
Data collection, analysis and reporting are an intrinsic part of your role. Furthermore, together with the medical team, you will be responsible for forecasting medical supply needs and managing medical stocks. 

Requirements

  • A valid nursing licence (diploma or university degree)
  • At least 2 years post-qualification nursing experience 
  • Experience in leading teams is essential (training, coaching and supervision)
  • Availability of at least 6 to 12 months
  • A good level of English AND French (or another second foreign language)

Assets

  • Knowledge of tropical medicine, public health, and TB/HIV are required for some regions. Therefore, we highly recommend taking a tropical medicine course. Relevant work experience in one of these areas will be an asset, as well.
  • Hands-on experience in any of the following will be an asset: intensive care, emergency department, paediatric care, obstetric care, infectious diseases, HIV/Aids, outreach programs