Life in the field

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Life in the field

If you want to become a fieldworker for MSF but you are not sure what to expect, this page is for you. Discover testimonials from more than 10 different profiles here. Subscribe to our  jobnewsletter to find out more about our projects. 

Updated Mon, 07/15/2019 - 14:33

IF THE MEDICAL EQUIPMENT FAILS, THE PATIENT DIES

Jonathan Delchambre, Biomedical specialist

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A JOB WITH ROOM FOR GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

Dominique Luypaers, midwife

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MASTERING THE ART OF OBSTETRICS IN THE FIELD

Karthika Devarajan, gynecologist

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A RETURN TO THE ESSENTIALS OF MY PROFESSION

Amélie Delaporte, anesthesiologist

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HEALTH PROMOTERS BUILD A BRIDGE BETWEEN THE LOCAL POPULATION AND MSF

Jesse Verschuere, Health Promoter

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DOCTORS ARE ACTUALLY THE LEAST IMPORTANT MEMBERS OF THE TEAM

Cecile van de Konijnenburg, MD

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27 YEARS WITH MSF: “YOUR BIGGEST REWARD SHOULD BE SAVING LIVES, NOT MONEY”

Negasi Seyoum, Finance coordinator

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Building a career at MSF: from nurse to general director

Meinie, nurse and general director of the MSF office in Brussels

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USING DATA TO CURB EPIDEMICS

Neil Saad, epidemiologist

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Develop, build and maintain MSF's health facilities

Gordian, Hospital facility manager

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I work for MSF... but I am not a doctor!

Johanna, Len and Mina: 3 supply and procurement specialists. 

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The difficult decisions to make in the field

Sebastian Spencer, emergency doctor

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Logistician Sanny: “I always keep the patients in mind”

Sanny Impraim, logistician

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