Nursing Jobs in Lagos with Accommodation: We Care Hospital

Nursing Jobs in Lagos with Accommodation:

We Care Hospital is a government approved privately owned multi-specialist health care provider with accreditation from Lagos State Ministry of Health National Health Insurance Scheme offering excellent healthcare to both individuals and corporate organizations.

We Care Hospital invites applications from suitably and qualified candidates to fill the position of:

Position:
Registered Staff Nurse/Midwife

Location: Lagos
• RSN/M Certificate/B.Sc Nursing
• Candidates must be licensed Registered Staff Nurse/Midwife with at least three (3) years experience and must be registered with the Nursing/Midwifery Council of Nigeria.

Application Closing Date:
10th November, 2017

Method of Application
Applicants should send their Applications and CV’s to:

we.carehospital@yahoo.com

Nursing Jobs in Germany English Speaking

Nursing Jobs in Germany English SpeakingQualifications:
* Registered Nurse
* Male or Female
* 22-40 years old
* Single / Single Mother / Single Father
* 3 years Hospital Experience (without gap)
* Catholic

Salary and Benefits

* open-ended employment contract (one year after professional recognition and successful probation)
* 39 working hours per week
* 30 days of annual vacation
* salary prior recognition – 2.204 euro per month equivalent to 133,000 php
* salary after recognition – 2.635 euro per month equivalent to 159,000 php
* additional pay per month (individually) for: shift work 40 euro, including night shift 105 euro, Munich City residents 75 euro and others.
*Free German Language Trainning (6-8 Months)

Requirements:
* Curriculum Vitae (CV)
* Letter of Intent (LOI)
* Transcript of Record (TOR)
* Related Learning Experience (RLE)
* PRC ID
* PRC Cert. of Rating
* CENOMAR
* Baptism Cert.
* All Certificate of Employment
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Look for Ms Kesha,Ms Noor
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Note:
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Nursing Jobs in Recruitment: NGO Nursing Jobs in Nigeria

NGO Nursing Jobs in Nigeria

Plan International was founded over 75 years ago with a mission to promote and protect the rights of children.

The organisation was set up by British journalist John Langdon-Davies and refugee worker Eric Muggeridge in 1937, with the original aim to provide food, accommodation and education to children whose lives had been disrupted by the Spanish Civil War.

Langdon-Davies conceived the idea of a personal relationship between a child and a sponsor – a model that puts the child at the centre, and remains the core of what we do.

Position: Nurse

Location: Adamawa

Details
* The Nurse will facilitate the setting up of information desk at the women and girls center where adolescent and women of reproductive age can access Sexual Reproductive Health information.
* Provides nursing advice to patients; administers medications and performs assessments.
* Provide clinical case management services to survivors of SGBV
* Will assist survivors to gain access to needed medical, social, educational and other services.
* Promotes the control of communicable disease by early detection and preventive treatment.
* Identify and refer SGBV cases.
* Makes home visits to follow up on identified at-risk mother and infants; teaches parenting skills.
* Functions as an "On-Call" nurse to give information and make appropriate referrals by telephone.
* Explains physician's instructions and recommendations to patient and patient's families.
* Promotes preventative medicine by providing health education and conducting presentations.
* Provide grief counselling to parents in Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
* Engage in outreach and other activities to enhance services to Medical beneficiaries.

Application Closing Date:
9 November, 2017

Method of Application
Interested persons application should be submitted to Nigeria.consultant@plan-international.org

Physical Environment and Demands
Based in Mubi, Adamawa state with extensive travels to lead and supervise project activities for selected communities in Askira Uba, Madagali, Michika, Hong, Mubi South and Mubi North.

Level of Contact with Children:
High contact- the job responsibilities of this position require the post holder to have very frequent contact with children. It is expected that children shall be protected at all times.

NMC IELTS News: Relaxing of Nurse Language Test Welcomed

NMC IELTS News

A DECISION to relax stringent language tests for foreign nurses has been welcomed.

The move by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) could help ease GWH’s nursing shortages, directors said.

All nurses and midwives who want to work in the UK must register with the NMC.

Up until now, foreign nurses were required to pass the International English Language Test System (IELTS) – an exam branded as too broad and not sufficiently nursing-related by many would-be UK health workers.

However, from this week the NMC will accept the more work-based Occupational English Test (OET) as an alternative for nurses keen to work in the UK.

Additionally, foreign nurses will be allowed to register with the NMC without passing the language tests if they can prove that they have taken a nursing qualification taught and examined in English or practiced for at least a year in a country where English is the first and native language.

The move has been welcomed by bosses at Great Western Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

At a meeting of the trust’s board of directors, chief nurse Hilary Walker said that the new English language tests were “helpful, in as much as nurses will be examined in the context of healthcare”.

The hospital has six people booked onto the first available OET exam in December.

In an interview with the Adver last week, Lili Baleanu, a staff nurse who travelled to Swindon from Romania, questioned the value of the IELTS.

“It is a very difficult exam, especially because it has nothing in common with nursing. They want you to have an academic level of English. They’ll ask you about anything,” said Lili, who was asked to write an essay about fuels for one test paper.

GWH’s human resources chief welcomed the changes to the qualification requirements – but said that more work was needed to make it easier to recruit from abroad.

HR director Oonagh Fitzgerald told the Adver: “We are pleased the Nursing and Midwifery Council has acted on the concerns that many NHS organisations, including ours, have had for some time about the lengthy process fully qualified nurses from overseas have to go through to demonstrate their knowledge of the English language.

“However, we still feel these changes do not go far enough in making the NHS – one of the most highly regarded employers in the world – accessible to the thousands of healthcare staff across the globe who aspire to bring their talent and skills to the UK.

“While there clearly is a need for a robust testing system, it needs to be one that works for all healthcare staff and until we get to that point, we will continue to call for further changes to be made.”

Source:http://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/news/15637410.Relaxing_of_nurse_language_test_welcomed/

Nursing Vacancies in Abuja Hospitals: Crystal-Thorpe Vacancies

Nursing Vacancies in Abuja Hospitals

We are a Multi-Specialist Hospital in Abuja. We are looking for motivated nursing professionals to join our team for the following position:

Nursing Roles
Nurses

Requirements:
• 5 years post qualification experience essential
• Registration with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria with current licences
• IT skills essential.
• Customer focus – must be pleasant, smart and very neat
• Must be polite and gentle with patients
• Completion of training from an accredited institution
• BSc Nursing will be an advantage.
• Post basic training in a specialist area – cardiology, intensive care, operating room or any other areas of speciality an Advantage.

Key competencies and attributes:
• Experience working at a modern private hospital
• Ability to use good judgment and work under pressure
• Attention to details
• An uncompromising focus on excellent service delivery
• Strong communication and organizational skills
• Exceptional client interaction and relationship management skills
• Innovative approach to resolving challenge

Method Of Application:
Please send CV and covering letter to: recruitment@crystalthorpe.org.

Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Nursing Vacancies in Abuja Hospitals: Crystal-Thorpe Vacancies

Nursing Vacancies in Abuja Hospitals

We are a Multi-Specialist Hospital in Abuja. We are looking for motivated nursing professionals to join our team for the following position:

Nursing Roles
Nurse Manager

Responsibilities:
1. Oversee the smooth running of – OPD, inpatient services, operating room and ICU.
2. Providing clinical and managerial leadership for the nursing staff
3. Ensuring the Hospital policies and procedures are met among Nursing team and other staff.
4. Assist with development of quality care metrics and evidence based best nursing practices
5. Ensure cleanliness of clinical work areas, develop and maintain infection control policies
6. Ensure patients receive good quality care at all times.
7. Work as part of the Hospital Management team

Requirements
1. Completion of training from a recognized and accredited institution, with minimum of BSc Nursing and post basic training in a specialist area – cardiology, intensive care, operating room or any other areas of speciality.
2. Registration with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria with current licenses
3. Minimum of 10-years work experience including supervisory position working in a specialized or tertiary care hospital
4. Computer literate and familiarity with windows and MS office

Method Of Application:
Please send CV and covering letter to: recruitment@crystalthorpe.org.

How Mrs. Victoria Gowon Elevated Nursing Profession in Nigeria

During Yakubu Gowon’s administration, there was this problem of segregation between nurses pay package and that of the English nurses. The nurses union then agreed that they go on strike. But Gowon’s wife, Victoria, who was in the nursing school at the University of Ibadan that time, got wind of the strike plan and sent a message to the husband to act promptly. He ordered that the pay package of be elevated and demands be met and that was all.

Here is what she said on Health workers going on strike in the Interview she granted Daily Independent in 2013

“We never experienced it. During Yakubu Gowon’s administration, there was this problem of segregation between our pay package and that of the English nurses. The nurses union then agreed that we go on strike. But Gowon’s wife, Victoria, who was in the nursing school at the University of Ibadan that time, got wind of the strike plan and sent a message to the husband to act promptly. He ordered that our demands be met and that was all. There was never occasion for strike again until I left the profession. Besides, we knew it was dangerous to embark on such actions, as there were a lot of patients in the hospitals with very limited private hospitals around in those days. A lot of people would die, so he called off the strike nationally and paid us immediately.

She got married in 1969

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DOH Region 1 NDP 2018

DOH Region 1 NDP 2018

DOH – RO I is now accepting application for the following Human Resource for Health Deployment Projects for CY 2018

A. Nurse Deployment Project (NDP)

Requirements: Registered Nurse with valid PRC license

B. Dentist Deployment Project (DDP)
Requirements: Registered Doctor of Dental Medicine with valid PRC license

C. Universal Health Care Implementer Deployment Project (UHCIDP)
Requirements: Graduate of Four Year Allied Health Course with valid PRC License

D. Public Health Associates Deployment Project (PHADP)
Requirements: Graduate of Four Year Allied Health Course (PRC license not required)

E. Medical Technologist Deployment Project (MTDP)
Requirements: Registered Medical Technologist with valid PRC license

F. Rural Health Midwives Placement Program (RHMPP)
Requirements: Registered Midwife with valid PRC license

G. Pharmacist Deployment Project (PDP)
Requirements: Registered Pharmacist with valid PRC license

H. Physician Augmentation Deployment Project (PADP)
Requirements: Registered Medical Doctor with valid PRC license

Basic Requirements:

1. Duly Accomplished Deployment Application Form
2. Application letter addressed to the Regional Director

MYRNA C. CABOTAJE, MD, MPH, CESO III
Director IV
Department of Health – Regional Office I

3. Photocopy of Official Transcript of Records
4. Photocopy of Board Exam Rating
5. Photocopy of License (Please bring license for authentication)

Interested applicants may submit your application and other requirements to your respective Provincial Department of Health Office (PDOHO):
PANGASINAN – Alvear St. Libsong West Airport Road, Lingayen, Pangasinan
**Benjamin Castillo – Provincial Health Team Leader – PDOHO Pangasinan

LA UNION – DOH ROI Compound – Parian, San Fernando City, La Union
**Amelia Dumaoang – Provincial Health Team Leader – PDOHO La Union

ILOCOS SUR – #9 Mena Crisologo corner Quema Street, City of Vigan, Ilocos Sur
**John Foz – OIC Provincial Health Team Leader – PDOHO Ilocos Sur

ILOCOS NORTE – Brgy. 23, P.Gomez St. Laoag City, Ilocos Norte 2900
**Fanny Carmelita Domingo – Provincial Health Team Leader – PDOHO Ilocos Norte

Deadline of submission is on October 30, 2017 5 PM; Applicants beyond deadline shall not be accepted.

Salary

Physician Augmentation Deployment Project (PADP) – P56,610
Dentist Deployment Project (DDP) – P34,781
Nurse Deployment Project (NDP) – P31,765
Universal Healthcare Implementers Deployment Project (UHCIDP) – P29,010
Medical Technologist Deployment Project (MTDP) – P29,010
Pharmacist Deployment Project (PDP) – P29,010
Public Health Associates Deployment Project (PHADP) – P22,149
Family Health Associate Deployment Project (FHADP) – P26, 494
Rural Health Midwives Placement Program (RHMPP) – P20,179

Check back for exam date and list of successful applicants

2018 HRH Deployment Region 9 Vacancy, Application Salary

HRH Deployment Region 9

A duly-signed application letter and/or accomplished application form can be sent to the DOH-RO IX or through the PDOHOs for the provinces, addressed to:
Emilia P. Monicimpo, MD, MPH, CSEE
Director IV
Department of Health
Regional Office IX
Upper Calarian, Zamboanga City

Physician Augmentation Deployment Project (PADP) – P56,610
Dentist Deployment Project (DDP) – P34,781
Nurse Deployment Project (NDP) – P31,765
Universal Healthcare Implementers Deployment Project (UHCIDP) – P29,010
Medical Technologist Deployment Project (MTDP) – P29,010
Pharmacist Deployment Project (PDP) – P29,010
Public Health Associates Deployment Project (PHADP) – P22,149
Family Health Associate Deployment Project (FHADP) – P26, 494
Rural Health Midwives Placement Program (RHMPP) – P20,179

Attention: Human Resource Development Unit
Attach to the application letter a copy of CV or accomplished Form 212 or Bio-data sheet with clear recent photo of applicant, photocopies of updated PRC card/license, board rating, diploma and TOR only, and none other nor any extra unnecessary documents.

For those who are currently deployed, the above requirements on the specified deadline plus PES and PEF by November 30, 2017 submitted together with the November DTRs. Note only those who were deployed in July and August will be required to submit both PES and PEF, the rest of the currently deployed after August will submit PEF only without the PES.

Application letters that were submitted as of August and onwards, as long as the requirements are complete and correct, they will be considered for evaluation.

Deadline for submission of all applications will be November 15, 2017 and no extension.