A large majority of MSF staff, about 90 per cent, are locally hired in their country of residence, working for MSF assistance programmes in proximity with the people and communities we support, or in MSF offices around the world.
About 10 per cent of people working for MSF are Internationally Mobile Staff, specialists or senior managers hired on fixed-term contracts to carry out assignments in countries of intervention.
MSF doesn’t employ only doctors and nurses. To fulfill our social mission, we recruit employees from a large range of professions in the medical, finance, logistics, IT, administration, human resources, and communications fields, and in other areas.
To know more about MSF’s remuneration policies, you can also visit msf.org/rewards.
MSF has section offices in 24 countries and 18 MSF branch offices. View the worldwide map of MSF offices.
Our behavioural commitments
When you join us, we expect you to commit to our social mission and Charter; helping to deliver medical assistance to populations in distress and to people affected by natural or man-made disasters.
For us, this means not tolerating any behaviour from our staff that exploits the vulnerability of others, or of employees taking advantage of their position for personal gain.
We do not tolerate any physical or psychological abuse against individuals, sexual harassment, sexual relations with minors, or any behaviour that does not respect human dignity.
MSF promotes a working environment free of harassment and abuse. Our leadership has unequivocally committed to fight abuse and to reinforce mechanisms and procedures to prevent and address it.