MEDCINE SANS FRONTIER PORT HARCOURT VACANCIES IN NIGERIA : NGO JOBS IN NIGERIA
Medicines Sans Frontieres France (MSFF) is a medical humanitarian non- governmental organization (NGO), neutral and independent that offers free assistance to population in needs which has been in Nigeria since 1996 and which has been running a trauma center in Teme Hospital, Port Harcourt since 2005.
1 long term 1 casual position to fill gaps when the need arises
A BMR in Physiotherapy is compulsory.
Minimum of 2 years experience post Graduation as a Physiotherapist.
To administer physiotherapy treatment in MSF Teme Hospital trauma center, both in the OPD and IPD.
1 long term and 1 casual position to fill gaps when the need arises
A valid registered nursing license is a must.
Registered Psychiatric Nurse with counseling experience OR
A registered Nurse with proven 2 years counseling experience
WS/HIV experience is an added value
Main responsibilities of Nurse Counselor will include
Provide counseling treatment and support to the Victims of Sexual Violence and provide medical care to patients in MSF-F’s Trauma program in Teme Hospital-Port Harcourt, following the MSF protocols and nursing standards.
The positions will require:
-Strong motivation, commitment, professional conduct with a sense of responsibility.
-Flexibility and ability to work in a team
Method of Application:
All interested applicants should send their application (CV, motivation letter answering to requirements listed above, copy of diplomas and registration, contact information) to:
NO 10 New Hospital close road,
behind Tide Newspapers,
Diobu – Port Harcourt
by E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 22nd November 2011 by 5pm, any application received after this date, or incomplete applications will not be taken into consideration
ONLY CANDIDATES SELECTED FOR INTERVIEWS WILL BE CONTACTED.
Notice: No monetary transactions, neither demands of favors in kind, nor other types of favoritism 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