Work Overseas - Description
Working in the field
Every year MSF sends around 3,000 international field workers to work alongside 25,000 locally hired staff in countries around the world to provide emergency medical assistance to people whose survival is threatened by armed conflict, epidemics, malnutrition, exclusion from health care or natural disasters.
MSF- India recruits field workers from:
Afghanistan, Armenia, Bangladesh , Bhutan, India, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Nepal , Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
If you think you fit one of the profiles below, find out what you need to know before you apply, how to apply or see our FAQ.
The recruitment office starts with investigating if the technical requirements of the candidate are sufficient to work for MSF overseas. For medical and para-medical profiles certificates will be thoroughly checked.
Most non-medical candidates have to undergo a technical or professional test.
If the technical requirements are met, the recruitment officer invites the candidate to take part in an Assessment Center (AC). This is a method to find out (assess) if the candidate meets the minimum requirements for a number of MSF specific competencies.
During the AC the candidate will have a face-to-face interview and a group and individual exercise. The AC can take up to two days.
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