Whether an MSF project is a response to an emergency or longer-term, provision of reproductive health care will very often be a component.
Among other reproductive health activities, MSF teams conduct antenatal consultations, assist in deliveries (including Caesarean section), provide prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) treatment to HIV-positive pregnant women, and care for patients suffering from sexual violence-related injuries. Additionally, a number of MSF programs offer specialist obstetric repair surgery for women with vaginal fistula.

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From flying to remote areas to manage complicated deliveries to caring for women struggling from debilitating conditions in conflicts, MSF obstetricians/gynecologists make a huge impact on women’s lives in our projects all over the world.

Your job

As a gynaecologist, your main role will be to provide gynaecological and obstetric procedures, and to perform any treatment required, during or immediately after a woman has given birth, in order to reduce pregnancy, delivery and neonatology risks. 

This might include:

  • Performance of both emergency and planned OB/GYN surgery 
  • Management of obstetric complications such as instrumental assisted deliveries
  • Ensuring post-operative follow-up in collaboration with an anaesthetist and midwife
  • Providing gynaecological consultations in the outpatient department
  • Definition of admission and discharge criteria
  • Identification of training needs among the medical team and develop a realistic training plan
  • Training and support of surgical and midwifery staff in diagnostic and clinical skills, including ultrasound
  • Carrying out patient rounds every day

As the key referent for obstetric complications, you may be on call 24/7 for the duration of your placement.

Requirements

  • A completed specialist training in gynaecology and obstetrics
  • Ideally a very versatile professional experience – including obstetric surgery
  • Ultrasound diagnostic skills
  • Ability to work under very basic conditions with limited technical resources (e.g. a lack of diagnostic equipment)
  • Strong intercultural competence 
  • A good level of English
  • Availability of at least 8 weeks

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

  • Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics training (ALSO)
  • 2 years post-specialization professional experience is required for some contexts
  • Knowledge of tropical medicine or infectious diseases, hands-on work experience in a developing country  
  • Language proficiency in Pashto / Dari is an asset
  • Other language skills (French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Russian) are highly appreciated

Ihr Job

Whether an MSF project is a response to an emergency or longer-term, provision of reproductive health care will very often be a component.
Among other reproductive health activities, MSF teams conduct antenatal consultations, assist in deliveries (including Caesarean section), provide prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) treatment to HIV-positive pregnant women, and care for patients suffering from sexual violence-related injuries. Additionally, a number of MSF programs offer specialist obstetric repair surgery for women with vaginal fistula.

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From flying to remote areas to manage complicated deliveries to caring for women struggling from debilitating conditions in conflicts, MSF obstetricians/gynecologists make a huge impact on women’s lives in our projects all over the world.

Your job

As a gynaecologist, your main role will be to provide gynaecological and obstetric procedures, and to perform any treatment required, during or immediately after a woman has given birth, in order to reduce pregnancy, delivery and neonatology risks. 

This might include:

  • Performance of both emergency and planned OB/GYN surgery 
  • Management of obstetric complications such as instrumental assisted deliveries
  • Ensuring post-operative follow-up in collaboration with an anaesthetist and midwife
  • Providing gynaecological consultations in the outpatient department
  • Definition of admission and discharge criteria
  • Identification of training needs among the medical team and develop a realistic training plan
  • Training and support of surgical and midwifery staff in diagnostic and clinical skills, including ultrasound
  • Carrying out patient rounds every day

As the key referent for obstetric complications, you may be on call 24/7 for the duration of your placement.

Requirements

  • A completed specialist training in gynaecology and obstetrics
  • Ideally a very versatile professional experience – including obstetric surgery
  • Ultrasound diagnostic skills
  • Ability to work under very basic conditions with limited technical resources (e.g. a lack of diagnostic equipment)
  • Strong intercultural competence 
  • A good level of English
  • Availability of at least 8 weeks

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

  • Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics training (ALSO)
  • 2 years post-specialization professional experience is required for some contexts
  • Knowledge of tropical medicine or infectious diseases, hands-on work experience in a developing country  
  • Language proficiency in Pashto / Dari is an asset
  • Other language skills (French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Russian) are highly appreciated

Ihre Aufgaben beinhalten u.a.

Whether an MSF project is a response to an emergency or longer-term, provision of reproductive health care will very often be a component.
Among other reproductive health activities, MSF teams conduct antenatal consultations, assist in deliveries (including Caesarean section), provide prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) treatment to HIV-positive pregnant women, and care for patients suffering from sexual violence-related injuries. Additionally, a number of MSF programs offer specialist obstetric repair surgery for women with vaginal fistula.

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From flying to remote areas to manage complicated deliveries to caring for women struggling from debilitating conditions in conflicts, MSF obstetricians/gynecologists make a huge impact on women’s lives in our projects all over the world.

Your job

As a gynaecologist, your main role will be to provide gynaecological and obstetric procedures, and to perform any treatment required, during or immediately after a woman has given birth, in order to reduce pregnancy, delivery and neonatology risks. 

This might include:

  • Performance of both emergency and planned OB/GYN surgery 
  • Management of obstetric complications such as instrumental assisted deliveries
  • Ensuring post-operative follow-up in collaboration with an anaesthetist and midwife
  • Providing gynaecological consultations in the outpatient department
  • Definition of admission and discharge criteria
  • Identification of training needs among the medical team and develop a realistic training plan
  • Training and support of surgical and midwifery staff in diagnostic and clinical skills, including ultrasound
  • Carrying out patient rounds every day

As the key referent for obstetric complications, you may be on call 24/7 for the duration of your placement.

Requirements

  • A completed specialist training in gynaecology and obstetrics
  • Ideally a very versatile professional experience – including obstetric surgery
  • Ultrasound diagnostic skills
  • Ability to work under very basic conditions with limited technical resources (e.g. a lack of diagnostic equipment)
  • Strong intercultural competence 
  • A good level of English
  • Availability of at least 8 weeks

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

  • Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics training (ALSO)
  • 2 years post-specialization professional experience is required for some contexts
  • Knowledge of tropical medicine or infectious diseases, hands-on work experience in a developing country  
  • Language proficiency in Pashto / Dari is an asset
  • Other language skills (French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Russian) are highly appreciated

Anforderungen

Whether an MSF project is a response to an emergency or longer-term, provision of reproductive health care will very often be a component.
Among other reproductive health activities, MSF teams conduct antenatal consultations, assist in deliveries (including Caesarean section), provide prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) treatment to HIV-positive pregnant women, and care for patients suffering from sexual violence-related injuries. Additionally, a number of MSF programs offer specialist obstetric repair surgery for women with vaginal fistula.

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From flying to remote areas to manage complicated deliveries to caring for women struggling from debilitating conditions in conflicts, MSF obstetricians/gynecologists make a huge impact on women’s lives in our projects all over the world.

Your job

As a gynaecologist, your main role will be to provide gynaecological and obstetric procedures, and to perform any treatment required, during or immediately after a woman has given birth, in order to reduce pregnancy, delivery and neonatology risks. 

This might include:

  • Performance of both emergency and planned OB/GYN surgery 
  • Management of obstetric complications such as instrumental assisted deliveries
  • Ensuring post-operative follow-up in collaboration with an anaesthetist and midwife
  • Providing gynaecological consultations in the outpatient department
  • Definition of admission and discharge criteria
  • Identification of training needs among the medical team and develop a realistic training plan
  • Training and support of surgical and midwifery staff in diagnostic and clinical skills, including ultrasound
  • Carrying out patient rounds every day

As the key referent for obstetric complications, you may be on call 24/7 for the duration of your placement.

Requirements

  • A completed specialist training in gynaecology and obstetrics
  • Ideally a very versatile professional experience – including obstetric surgery
  • Ultrasound diagnostic skills
  • Ability to work under very basic conditions with limited technical resources (e.g. a lack of diagnostic equipment)
  • Strong intercultural competence 
  • A good level of English
  • Availability of at least 8 weeks

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

  • Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics training (ALSO)
  • 2 years post-specialization professional experience is required for some contexts
  • Knowledge of tropical medicine or infectious diseases, hands-on work experience in a developing country  
  • Language proficiency in Pashto / Dari is an asset
  • Other language skills (French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Russian) are highly appreciated

Wünschenswerte Kenntnisse

Whether an MSF project is a response to an emergency or longer-term, provision of reproductive health care will very often be a component.
Among other reproductive health activities, MSF teams conduct antenatal consultations, assist in deliveries (including Caesarean section), provide prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) treatment to HIV-positive pregnant women, and care for patients suffering from sexual violence-related injuries. Additionally, a number of MSF programs offer specialist obstetric repair surgery for women with vaginal fistula.

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From flying to remote areas to manage complicated deliveries to caring for women struggling from debilitating conditions in conflicts, MSF obstetricians/gynecologists make a huge impact on women’s lives in our projects all over the world.

Your job

As a gynaecologist, your main role will be to provide gynaecological and obstetric procedures, and to perform any treatment required, during or immediately after a woman has given birth, in order to reduce pregnancy, delivery and neonatology risks. 

This might include:

  • Performance of both emergency and planned OB/GYN surgery 
  • Management of obstetric complications such as instrumental assisted deliveries
  • Ensuring post-operative follow-up in collaboration with an anaesthetist and midwife
  • Providing gynaecological consultations in the outpatient department
  • Definition of admission and discharge criteria
  • Identification of training needs among the medical team and develop a realistic training plan
  • Training and support of surgical and midwifery staff in diagnostic and clinical skills, including ultrasound
  • Carrying out patient rounds every day

As the key referent for obstetric complications, you may be on call 24/7 for the duration of your placement.

Requirements

  • A completed specialist training in gynaecology and obstetrics
  • Ideally a very versatile professional experience – including obstetric surgery
  • Ultrasound diagnostic skills
  • Ability to work under very basic conditions with limited technical resources (e.g. a lack of diagnostic equipment)
  • Strong intercultural competence 
  • A good level of English
  • Availability of at least 8 weeks

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

  • Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics training (ALSO)
  • 2 years post-specialization professional experience is required for some contexts
  • Knowledge of tropical medicine or infectious diseases, hands-on work experience in a developing country  
  • Language proficiency in Pashto / Dari is an asset
  • Other language skills (French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Russian) are highly appreciated