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Recruitment Presentation
Date: MARCH 2014
Our identity
Our Charter, our principles
Neutrality
Impartiality
Independence
Volunteerism
Speaking out
International structure
Belgium
Denmark
Hong-Kong
Italy
Luxembourg
Norway
Sweden
OC
Brussels
OC
Paris
UAE
Brazil
South Africa
ACCESS
Campaign
Austria
Switzerland
Canada
Germany
USA
Australia
Mexico
Australia
France
Japan
USA
OC
Genève
Epicentre
South Korea
DNDi
International
Office
OC
Amsterdam
UN Liaison
OC
Barcelona
Canada
Germany
Holland
UK
India
USA
Greece
Spain
Argentina
Where we work - 2012
Europe
2.1%
The Americas
6.2%
Africa
66.4%
Asia, the Middle East
& the Caucasus
25.3%
Contexts - 2012
Stable
45%
Unstable
55%
What we did - 2012
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outpatient consultations
8,316,000
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admitted patients
472,900
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measles vaccinations, due to outbreak
690,700
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HIV/AIDS patients registered under care
310,500
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individual mental health consultations
169,600
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deliveries (inc. C-sections)
185,400
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treatments for violence /trauma
36,400
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TB patients under 1st or 2nd line care
30, 780
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surgical interventions, including obstetrics
78,500
Protocols, guidelines, resources
Protocols, guidelines, resources
Protocols, guidelines, resources
Departures by professional pool - 2012
Medical
26%
Non-medical
44%
Paramedical
30%
In Australia/New Zealand
• 184 departures in 2013 / 44 ‘first placements’
Total departures
200
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Main deployment locations
2012
• South Sudan
• Nigeria
• Pakistan
• PNG
• Afghanistan
• Chad
• Syria
• Yemen
• Ethiopia
• Uganda
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10
10
9
8
7
6
6
6
6
2013
• South Sudan
• Syria
• Pakistan
• Philippines
• Afghanistan
• Myanmar
• Jordan
• Yemen
• Palestine
• DRC*
28
27
19
11
8
7
6
5
5
5
National staff – crucial to our work
Staff balance - 2012
86%
Locally hired staff
International staff
HQ positions
7%
7%
Life in the field
• team life:
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challenging
rewarding
• living conditions:
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sometimes basic
everyone is in same
situation
• cultural contexts:
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a great deal to learn and
understand
Typical field set-up
KHAMEER/HUTH
Obstetrics, paediatrics,
hospital support
• Project Coordinator
• O/G, Anaesthetist, MD
• Midwife, Nurse Manager
•Logistician, Administrator
HQ (Desk)
• Program Manager
•Medical / Logistics / HR /
Finance / Communications
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•Technical Referents
SANAA
Coordination
• Head of Mission
• Medical Coordinator
• Logistics Coordinator
• Finance/HR Coordinator
ADEN
Surgery
•Project Coordinator
•Hospital Manager
•Surgeon, Anaesth, MD
•Physiotherapist
•Log Manager
Who works with us?
Medical
Paramedical
Non Medical
Other (rare)
• Surgeon, Anaesthetist, Obstetrician/Gynaecologist, Medical
Doctor, Medical specialist (eg/ paediatrician)
• Nurse, OT Nurse, Midwife, Pharmacist, Medical Scientist,
Mental Health Specialist, Epidemiologist
• Logistician, Water Sanitation, Finance/HR/Administration
• Physiotherapist, Nutritionist, Media/Communications expert,
Legal expert (labour law focus), Health educator
Specific experience - medical
Doctors
9 months
Anaesthetists
Surgeon, Obs/Gynae
6 weeks
6 weeks
Specific CV template
Specific CV template
Skills Assessment Form
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Emergency / ICU
Paediatrics
Infectious diseases
Obstetrics
General practice
Rural & remote
Tropical medicine
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Obstetrics
Trauma/orthopaedic
Plastics
General surgery
• obstetrics, limb trauma,
vascular, abdominal
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Paediatrics, obstetrics,
trauma
Pain management / ICU /
emergency
Specific experience - paramedical
Nurses
9 months
6 months
3 months – OT Nurses
Skills Assessment Form
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Emergency / ICU
Paediatrics / neonatal
Infectious diseases
Rural & remote
Tropical medicine
Unit management
Training / education
Pharmacists
Midwives
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Full range of care: ante /
delivery suite / post natal
High risk & complicated
cases
Sexual violence
Rural & remote
Tropical medicine
ALSO
9 months
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Community pharmacy
Hospital pharmacy
Stock management
Strong computer skills
Specific experience - paramedical
Medical Scientists
9 months
Epidemiologists
Mental Health
9 months
9 months
Skills Assessment Form
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Lab Technology,
Microbiology qualifications
Clinical laboratory
techniques (haematology,
parasitology, bacteriology)
Quality control
Sample collection (blood,
tool, sputum)
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Postgraduate qualification
At least 1 of: trauma, post
traumatic stress, sexual
violence, adherence
counselling
Experience developing
psycho-educational tools
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Postgraduate qualification
Design, implementation,
evaluation of surveys
Surveillance , data
collection for disease &
outbreak monitoring
Strong computer skills
(Xcel, statistics)
Specific experience - nonmedical
Logisticians
Admin/Finance/HR
Logisticians
GENERAL
TECHNICAL
12 months
9 months
9 months
Field or capital city based
3 months - Electricians
Experience in at least 2 of:
• Mechanics
• Energy, electricity, IT
• Procurement, supply chain
• Stock management
• Construction
• Water Sanitation
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Construction
Mechanics (biomedical)
Water Sanitation
Electrical
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HR management
• payroll, tax, labour law
• recruitment, staff
management
Financial planning,
management, reporting
• accounting, budget
control, cross currency
Essential criteria - all professions
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Genuine motivation & commitment to MSF (Charter, our work, the broader humanitarian sector)
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2 years professional experience post graduation (absolute minimum)
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Experience in supervising, training, managing others
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Team player in multi cultural/multi disciplinary context
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Travel/work experience in indigenous, remote, developing contexts
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Willingness to work in potential unstable environments
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Flexibility, adaptability, ability to handle stress effectively
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Citizenship/permanent residency in Australia or New Zealand
Desirable criteria - all professions
• Previous field experience in humanitarian context
• Language skills – FRENCH in particular
• Life experience
Notes:
• No minimum or maximum age
• Appropriate state of health – your responsibility
• No couples on first placement
How to apply
Recruitment & deployment - the process
Application
Return
Departure
Keep in mind pre departure
course dates
‘Moral commitment’
Designated posts for ‘FM’s
Do I want to go again? You
control your availability
Interview cut-off: 6 weeks
prior to course
How long will I wait?
Dedicated Pool Manager
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Information session
Application: CV, form AND
letter of motivation
(for some) Skills
Assessment
Technical validation
Interview (face to face) &
test (Log, Admin)
Notice period – 4 weeks av.
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Pre departure course
Matching process
Placement offer
Vaccinations, visa, ticket....
Technical course (Log,
Admin)
Briefings (Sydney, OC,
field)
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Debriefings
Health checks
Psychosocial support /
MSF network, Association
MSF career planning
• Training opportunities
• Long term commitment
Field Worker package
• Transport: domestic + international
• Accommodation
• Relevant vaccinations
• Insurance (health, repatriation, life/disability, luggage, medical indemnity)
• Psychosocial support
• Salary of approx. A$2000/month initially (after 1/7/2014)
• Superannuation
• Per diem – local allowance to cover daily expenses in the field
• Holiday – (rule of thumb) – 1 week off after each 3 months
Can I say ‘no’?
Yes
MSF Charter – assistance to populations in need
Field workers – deploy to where the need is
Security
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• If uncomfortable in the field – you can come home
• Clear chain of communication/decision-making
• Security guidelines in place for each project/context - follow
them!
• Program quality & community acceptance
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