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Most nursing work in the field with MSF relates to the provision of basic healthcare.
MSF is in particular seeking HIV and tuberculosis specialists, pediatricians, anesthetists, surgeons, ER physicians, obstetrician-gynecologists and infectious disease specialists.
Often considered a master of all trades, technical logisticians provide daily support to all medical project activities.
Midwives working with MSF implement and coordinate maternal and child health programs.
Surgeons are usually needed in extreme circumstances such as areas of conflict and in isolated communities.
Anesthetists often work with MSF in extreme circumstances such as areas of conflict and in isolated communities.
MSF water and sanitation specialists are responsible for the design and management of water and sanitation projects.
MSF provides early psychosocial support to survivors of trauma in an effort to reduce the possibility of long-term psychological problems developing.
MSF needs epidemiologists for both long-term and short-term field support of our projects.
Pharmacists manage drugs and medical equipment in MSF projects.
The MSF laboratory specialist is generally a supervisor and trainer.
The principal task of the financial manager is to oversee finances for all MSF projects in a country.
MSF administrative logisticians support the medical and logistical teams by ensuring proper general administration within the project.
The principal task of the human resources coordinator is to create and review human resources (HR) policies.
Obstetricians and gynecologists work in maternal and child health programs.
As an operating room (OR) nurse working with Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF), you can help ensure access to lifesaving healthcare for people in need. MSF OR nurses:
+1 800 982 7903 [Toll free]
720 Spadina Avenue, Suite 402 Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 2T9
Charitable registration # 13527 5857 RR0001.