The French Section of Médecins Sans Frontières is recruiting for its coordination in Abuja:
1 Assistant Medical Coordinator
Médecins Sans Frontières is a private, non-profit international humanitarian organization dedicated to providing medical assistance to populations in crisis, without discrimination and regardless of race, religion, creed or political affiliation.
- Assisting/supporting the Medical Coordinator in implementing MSF programs which includes; objectives, definition, monitoring, orientating as well as provision of technical support to the projects
- Participate in monitoring the health situations in Nigeria as well as networking with external relations
- Carry out the medical follow-up of National as well as the international staff health
- Managing the operational library
Required Skills and Conditions
- Medical degree
- Post NYSC experience in clinical medicine of at least one (1) year
- MSF experience and knowledge of its standards or other INGO are an asset
- Experience in management.
- Strong work ethic, commitment to humanitarian objectives and interest in health care;
- High motivation, flexibility, quick learning and team spirit
- The ability to work with or without supervision.
- Abuja (Nigeria) with mandatory field visits where our medical activities are taking place, mostly in the Northern States.
- This is a full time managerial position, an open-ended contract, including a 3-month probation period, renewable if necessary.
Method of Application
Applications can be submitted ONLY by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submit your CV, copies of diplomas, qualifications and a cover letter with contact details to the MSF-F Office.
Deadline for the submission of applications: May 7th, 2014.
NB: only shortlisted applicants will be called for interview.
Notice: No monetary transactions, neither demands of favours in kind, nor other types of favouritism will be tolerated in the recruitment process. MSF reserves the right to refuse hiring of a candidate having benefitted from such acts. All illicit demands of these types may be pursued through the judicial system.