Nigeria Health Sector Jobs Published 9th March 2016

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  • Medical Representative, Nestle Nigeria Plc, Multiple locations, deadline 16th March, 2016. Details here
  • Chief of Party- Malaria Proposal in Nigeria, Management Sciences for Health, Abuja. Details here
  • ART Clinician, AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Abuja. Details here
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, Management Sciences for Health, Kebbi, deadline 13th March 2016. Details here
  • Health Assistant, Realcare Health Support, Lagos, deadline 15th March 2016. Details here
  • Food Security Project Manager, Premiere Urgence Internationale, Abuja, deadline 30th April 2016.Details here
  • Medical Doctor- Haematology, Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos, deadline 18th April 2016. Details here
  • Medical Doctor- Histopathology, Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos, deadline 18th April 2016.Details here
  • Medical Doctor – Internal Medicine, Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos, deadline 18th April 2016.Details here
  • Medical Doctor- Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos, deadline 18th April 2016. Details here
  • Medical Doctor – Paediatrics, Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos, deadline 18th April 2016. Details here
  • Medical Doctor- Psychiatry, Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos, deadline 18th April 2016. Details here
  • Country Director, Chemonics International, deadline 25th March 2016. Details here
  • Clinical Psychologists, Nigerian Air Force – DSSC, Nationwide, deadline 13th April 2016. Details here
  • Director Of Administrations, Abuja, National Hospital, Abuja, deadline 14th April 2016. Details here
  • Senior Nursing Officers, AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Cross River. Details here
  • Pharmacist, Nomagbon Pharmaceuticals, Benin. Details here
  • Nurse, Louismed Hospital, Lagos. Details here
  • Obstetrician & Gynecologist, Iyi Enu Mission Hospital, Anambra. Details here
  • Orthopedic Surgeon, Iyi Enu Mission Hospital, Anambra. Details here
  • Monitoring And Evaluation Specialist, Camris International. Details here

Discussion1 Comment

  1. Chika Ndiokwelu PhD

    I sincerely appreciate the noble and exemplary initiative by Dr. Obiejesi. I have gone through your write-up and would suggest that they also employ an experienced dietitian-nutritionist in there hospital. This is very important in paediatric management especially to ensure that the nutritional well-being of their patients are maintained and and all classes of malnutrition are properly taken care of including all other Childhood diseases with a nutrition component.

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