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MSF Launches New Recruitment Campaign in Egypt and Lebanon

MSF Launches New Recruitment Campaign in Egypt and Lebanon

Photo: MSF
Photo: MSF

Do you want to be part of the difference worldwide? The international medical humanitarian organization Médecins sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has launched a recruitment campaign that aims to attract medical, paramedical and non-medical candidates from the Middle East North Africa (MENA) region to join MSF’s programs in more than 70 countries.

“MSF employs more than 35,000 staff in 70 countries around the world, and currently we are seeking to increase the number of employees from the MENA region, due to their skills and expertise,” said MSF’s HR Recruitment and Career Manager for the MENA region, Amera Mady.

“Without a doubt, the region is rich with skilled and well-trained people, whose expertise and language skills are relevant to our projects all around the world,” Mady said.

“It is also important to mention that MSF teams are composed of medicals and non medicals. In fact, only 50 percent of our staff are medical; the rest are paramedical, such as nurses, pharmacists and non medical such as logistics, engineers, administrative, human resources and finance profiles as well.”

In addition to academic qualifications and work experience, MSF needs candidates who are flexible and able to adapt to new environments.

This recruitment campaign focuses on candidates in Egypt and Lebanon and will last from this September until the end of 2016. Visit MSF’s website for more information on the available positions.

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