Obstetrician/gynecologist At Medecins Sans Frontieres (msf)
Obstetrician/gynecologist At Medecins Sans Frontieres (msf) 1 PositionEmploi Recruitment
MÃ©decins sans frontiÃ¨res (MSF) or Doctors Without Borders, is an international humanitarian-aid non-governmental organization (NGO) and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, best known for its projects in war-torn regions and developing countries facing endemic diseases.
Gynaecologists are increasingly in demand on MSF projects. To work for us as a gynaecologist, you need be prepared to work with limited resources, in isolated contexts and with other staff who sometimes have little training. MSF gynaecologists work in close coordination with other members of both the expatriate and national team (nurses, midwives, lab technicians, etc.). Among other things, MSF gynaecologists’ responsibilities include attending to planned and emergency obstetric surgery, complicated births, and doing post-operative follow-up together with the anaesthetist. Clinical skills and problem-solving capacity are vital for coping with the shortcomings in infrastructures. A major component of our gynaecologists’ work is the supervision and training of national staff.
- Train, support and coach Ministry of Health (MoH) maternity staff in person when in field and remotely when not presence in the field.
- Assess and support other OT staff (nurse anaesthetist).
- As part of medical team participate in IMO, reporting and annual plan process.
- Lead Maternal Mortality discussion.
- To take a lead in fistula surgery implementation in Somalia mission through mobilization, case identification and surgical management with aim of developing local skills for management of obstetric fistula
- Contribute in the development/improvement of fistula management strategy.
- Support midwives, midwife activity supervisors and managers in Somalia mission.
- Recruitments of the maternity doctors.
- To improve technical capacity of SRH team in all Somalia mission.
- Projects visit will be prioritized according the technical (or urgent) needs, which will agreed between the gynaecologist, medical coordinators and project coordinators.
- Degree in medicine and completed residency in gynaecology and obstetrics.
- Medical registration.
- At least two years’ work experience, including experience in surgery.
- Ability to work with limited resources, in difficult conditions (high insecurity context) and under pressure.
- Good level of English (minimum B2)
- Basic IT skills.
Field experience with other NGOs.
Experience with fistula surgery
Experience in supervising, managing and training of staff.
- Closing date: May 16th 2021, 23:59 CET (Central European Time)