Have you ever thought of doing a challenging job abroad? Would you like to use your professional skills to improve somebody’s life? Are you willing to leave your family for several months to go and work in a developing country? If you answered “yes” to at least one of these questions, read further!
Pharmacists are essential to the effective and coordinated organizing of the entire medical supply chain that makes quality drugs and medical material available. They ensure that pharmaceutical practices comply with national regulations, and are responsible for the ordering, storage, and distribution of drugs and medical materials for MSF projects. They are often the focal points for negotiations with government officials regarding supply chain issues. They are responsible for the supervision of staff who deal with the daily management of pharmacy inventory.
PožiadavkyCompleted pharmacy education
Minimum of 2 years of work experience, ideally but not necessarily in a hospital
Knowledge of quality management
Knowledge of storage and transportation systems for medical supplies (vaccinations / medicines)
Knowledge of HIV and TB treatment is desirable
Experience in teaching and coaching is very useful
Very good knowledge of English essential, other languages (in particular French) are a major advantage
Available to leave for a mission of at least 6 to 12 months
- Working contract for the duration of the assignment with a monthly gross salary of 1,050 EUR
- Demanding but also very rewarding work
- Working as part of a multicultural team
- Coverage of all mission-related costs (travel, accommodation, insurance)
- Professional and personal enrichment