APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED FROM SUITABLY QUALIFIED CANDIDATES FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS IN THE FEDERAL MEDICAL CENTRE, BIRNIN KEBBI.
Qualifications & Experience: Candidates must possess Bachelor of pharmacy degree registered with the pharmacist Registration Board of Nigeria (PRBN) plus NYSC discharge certificate.
Salary Scale: CONHESS 9 (N1,353,032.00)
Qualifications & Experience: Candidates must have completed the prescribed three years training program at the school of Health Technology and obtained Registration with the pharmacist council of Nigeria (PCN).
Salary Scale: CONHESS 6 (N645,853.00)
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SERVICE
All appointments of successful candidates may be permanent after 2 years probation period. This is, however, subject to review and possible confirmation upon satisfactory recommendations by the appropriate Heads of Department, except for those joining the service on transfer of service. As has been indicated, salaries and other fringe benefits and all other conditions are as applicable in the Federal Civil Service, generally, and in line with the provisions of salary structure and fringe benefits for Medical and Health Workers as contained In the existing circulars
METHOD OF APPLICATION:
Applicants are required to:
a. Submit ten (10) copies of duly signed applications.
b. Submit ten (10) copies of their Curriculum Vitae
c. Two sets of all copies of their Credentials.
d. Submit Birth Certificates or Declaration of Age.
e. Submit names of three (3) referees one of whom must be an authority or professional.
f. Serving officers are required to forward their applications duly endorsed by their employers.
g. Applicants are required to request their nominated referees to forward their references, in confidence directly to the Medical Director on or before closing date.
h. All applicants must submit NYSC discharge Certificate or NYSC exemption Certificate as applicable.
CLOSING DATE: All applications must reach: THE MEDICAL DIRECTOR, FEDERAL MEDICAL CENTRE P. M. B. 1126 BIRNIN KEBBI
NOT LATER THAN SIX WEEKS FROM THE DATE OF THIS PUBLICATION.