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Applications are invited from suitable qualified candidates for appointment in the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Ituku/Ozalla, Enugu into the following posts:

1. Consultant Accident and Emergency and Traumatologist
2. Therapy Radiographer

QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE:
Candidates for post 1 should possess Part I Fellowship of West African College of Surgeons (FWACS) or its equivalent qualification registrable with the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN). Candidates must also possess a minimum of two (2) years post-qualification experience and must be an experienced and certified Trauma/Accident and Emergency Specialist.
Candidates for post 1 should possess the Diploma of the society of Radiographer (DSR) or certificate of Membership of Radiographers or any other equivalent qualification from a recognized institution; A course in therapy Radiography will be an advantage

SALARY SCALE:
•   Post 1 CONTISS11
•   Post 2 CONTISS 07

CONDITIONS OF SERVICE:
The posts for 1 & 2 are pensionable and appointees should be on probation for an initial period of two years. Appointees are subject to conditions of service which the Hospital Management Board may from time to time introduce and which are similar to those obtained in the Federal Public Service of Nigeria.

REFEREES REPORT:
Names of three referees should be given and they should be asked by the candidates to forward their reports direct to the
Director of Administration,
University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital,
Ituku/Ozalla,
P. M. B. 01129,
Enugu.

METHODS OF APPLICATION:
Candidates are to forward four (4) copies of typewritten applications addressed to: Director Administration,
University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital,
Ituku/Ozalla,
P. M. B. 01129,
Enugu.

a) Four (4) copies each of Certificate and Testimonial.,
b) Four(4) copies of Curriculum Vitae.
c) Four (4) copies of Birth Certificates or Sworn Declaration of Age.

Candidates in the Public Service should route their applications through their institutions.

CLOSING DATE: 19th August, 2010

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