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Delta State: Hospital Management Board 2021 Recruitment

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Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified candidates to fill the following positions listed below:

S/NO DESIGNATION QUALIFICATION
1 Senior Medical Officer II(CONMESS 3/1) MBBS or its equivalent with current practice licence; NYSC Certificate
2 Nursing Officer II
i. (CONHESS 7/2)
ii. (CONHESS 7/1) i. B.Sc Nursing and NYSC Certificate
ii. RN and RM with current practice licence. Post Basic Diploma in Anaesthetic or Perioperative Nursing would be an advantage
3 Asst. Nursing Officer (CONHESS 6/1) RN with current practice licence
4 Medical Records Officer(CONHESS 7/ 2) B.Sc degree or HND in Health Information Management with current practice licence and NYSC Certificate
5 Radiographer (CONHESS 8/ 2) B.Sc degree in Medical Radiography or its equivalent and NYSC Certificate
6 X-Ray Technician (CONHESS 6/1) WAEC or SSCE with certificate in X-Ray Technician Course
7 Dietician (CONHESS 7/ 2) B.Sc degree in Dietetics and NYSC Certificate
8 Optometrist (CONHESS 9/ 2) Doctor of Optometry (OD) degree or its equivalent with current practice licence and NYSC Certificate
9 Dental Technologist (CONHESS 7/ 1) B.Sc degree in Dental Technology and NYSC Certificate
10 Physiotherapist (CONHESS 8/ 2) B.Sc degree in Physiotherapy with current practice licence and NYSC Certificate
11 Hospital Administrator II (CONHESS 7/2 ) B.Sc/B.A degree in Social Sciences or Humanities plus ASCON and NYSC Certificate
12 Accountant/Auditor (CONHESS 7/2) B.Sc degree in Accountancy and NYSC Certificate
13 Higher Executive Officer G/D (CONHESS 7/1) A degree or HND in Business Studies /Administration or Public Administration and NYSC Certificate
14 Higher Executive Officer Accounts/Audit (CONHESS 7/1) B.Sc degree or HND in Accountancy or Business Administration and NYSC Certificate
15 Assistant Executive Officer (G/D) (CONHESS 5/1) Ordinary National Diploma in Business Studies or Public Administration
16 Assistant Executive Officer Accounts/Audit (CONHESS 5/1) Ordinary National Diploma in Accountancy, Business Administration with Accountancy as one of the subjects obtained

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Delta State: Hospital Management Board 2021 Recruitment

17 Biomedical Engineering (CONHESS 7/2) B.Eng degree in Biomedical Engineering or related field registrable with the Council of Registered Engineers of Nigeria (COREN)
18 Higher Technical Officer (Mech/Elect) (CONHESS 7/1) HND in Mechanical/Electrical Engineering and NYSC Certificate
19 Higher Stores Officer (CONHESS 7/2) B.Sc or HND in Business Studies Administration and NYSC Certificate
20 Assistant Stores Officer (CONHESS 5/1) GCE (A/L) in two subjects obtained at one sitting or three subjects at two sittings ii. OND in Business Studies iii. Intermediate Certificate of the Institute of Purchasing and Supply, London
21 Store Keeper (CONHESS 3/1) SSCE/WAEC with five credits including English Language and Mathematics and at not more than two sitting
22 Programme Analysist II (CONHESS 7/2) B.Sc degree in Computer Science and NYSC Certificate
23 Assistant Data Processing Officer(CONHESS 5/1) OND in Computer Studies or Data Processing
24 Confidential Secretary Grade III (CONHESS 5/1) i. OND in Secretarial Studies including passes in Shorthand and Typewriting at 100 and 50 words per minute ii. WASE/SSCE plus R.S.A or Civil Service Training School Certificate in Shorthand and Typewriting at 100 and 50 words per minute respectively, plus a recognized Certificate in English Language, Office Practice, Secretarial Practice and any of the optional subjects including Social Studies, Civil Service Rules, Economics or Book Keeping
25 Secretarial Assistant II (CONHESS 4/1) First School Leaving Certificate plus Certificate in Typewriting at a speed of 35 words per minute. ii. A pass in Typewriting at WASCE/SSCE
26 Clerical Officer II (CONHESS 3/1) i. WASCE/SSCE/GCE (O/L) with five credits including English Language and Mathematics, in not more than two sitting
27 Health Assistants (CONHESS 3/1) WAEC or NECO or G.C.E (Ordinary Level) with three credits at one sitting or four credits at two sittings plus possession of Health Assistant Certificate from a recognized School of Health Technology
Closing date for all on-line application is 2 weeks from the date of publication. Only shortlisted candidates will be invited for interview, please.

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Industrial Court orders resident doctors to call off strike

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Industrial Court orders resident doctors to call off strike

The National Industrial Court sitting in Abuja has ordered that the Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors are restrained from continuing with the ongoing strike pending the determination of the substantive suit before it.

The court, therefore, ordered members of the association nationwide to return to work.

The court held that there is no amount of money that will compensate for the loss of lives in the circumstances.

Justice Bashar Alkali made the order on Friday while ruling on an application by the Federal Government in the suit against NARD.

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Industrial Court orders resident doctors to call off strike

The Federal Government’s lawyer, Tochukwu Maduka (SAN), had moved his motion for interlocutory injunction, and prayed the court for an order of interlocutory injunction restraining the defendant from continuing with the industrial action pending the hearing and determination of the substantive suit.

He also prayed the court to compel the members of NARD nationwide to return to their duty posts pending the determination of the substantive suit.

He argued that resident doctors as persons who provide essential services cannot embark on strike and continuing to do so will wreck hardship on citizens.

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The resident doctor’s lawyer, Robinson Ariyo, vehemently opposed the application for interlocutory injunction and urged the court to discountenance their application.

He argued that the life of a medical doctor is not less useful than the life an average human being.

He argued that justice must be balanced, not just to the government, but also to the doctors who are the field marshals in the face of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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Pay death benefits, salary arrears, NARD tells FG

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The National President, National Association of Resident Doctors, Dr Uyilawa Okhuaihesuyi and the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige
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Pay death benefits, salary arrears, NARD tells FG

Striking members of the Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors have said that they may shift ground on their ongoing strike that started on August 2 if they see signs that the Federal Government will honour agreements and clear some outstanding payments.

The outstanding payments the association is expecting the government to settle before they can consider ending the strike include death benefits of members who died during COVID-19 pandemic and salary arrears among others.

It was further learnt that the leadership of NARD and that of the Nigerian Medical Association would be meeting the Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, on Friday in continuation of efforts to end the strike.

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Our correspondent gathered that the issue of review of hazard allowance will feature prominently in the Friday meeting.

Pay death benefits, salary arrears, NARD tells FG

An earlier meeting NARD and NMA had with the minister on Tuesday was said to have been postponed due to the failure of both parties to agree.

When contacted on the telephone on Wednesday, NARD’s Secretary General, Jerry Isogun, confirmed the development to our correspondent.

Resident doctors, FG tell court they’re open to negotiation
However, the Federal Government and NARD on Wednesday told the National Industrial Court, Abuja that they were open to negotiations in order to end the ongoing strike action.

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They disclosed this to Justice Bashar Alkali when the matter came up in court.

The counsel for the resident doctors, Femi Falana (SAN), prayed the court to direct the parties to return to the negotiation table.

The counsel for the Federal Government, Tochukwu Maduka (SAN), responded that the matter at hand was of a special breed.

He told the court that the parties were earlier sent to an industrial arbitral panel, but the arbitral process failed.

However, Maduka told the court that the Federal Government was still open to negotiations.

Consequently, the court fixed its ruling on the ongoing dispute between the Federal Government and the resident doctors for September 17.

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Falana had raised the issue of the court’s jurisdiction and had sought that his application challenging the court’s jurisdiction be taken.

But Maduka stated that the issue of contempt had yet to be taken and argued that the issue of contempt should take precedence over the issue of jurisdiction.

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Please Cease The Strike – Buhari Govt Begs Resident Doctors

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President Muhammadu Buhari-led federal government has begged striking National Association of Resident Doctors, NARD, to call off their ongoing strike.

Akelicious Media reports that the Minister of Health, Osagie Ehanire, made the call during the presidential committee on COVID-19 briefing on Monday.

The minister begged residents doctors to put an end to the ongoing strike action, adding that Buhari has promised to settle all debts.

Last week his excellency, the president received the leadership of the Nigerian Medical Association in audience and in his remarks called on doctors on strike to return to duty and for those contemplating it to opt for peaceful resolution, so as not to put the lives of citizens at risk,” he said.

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“He reminded us that his administration has a sound track record of paying debts, even such debts as inherited from, or ignored by preceeding administration. Resident doctors are therefore assured from the highest authority in the land that all debts will be settled, when they are verified and validated.

Please Cease The Strike – Buhari Govt Begs Resident Doctors

“With this, I call on striking doctors to put an end to their industrial action immediately and return to work. Nigeria has been lucky with the relatively low impact of COVID-19 so far, and we need to keep our preparedness optimal. We cannot afford to stretch our luck too far.”

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Buhari had last Friday met with members of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) in a bid to find a solution to crisis rocking the health sector.

Recall that Doctors on August 2, embarked on strike action, accusing the federal government of failing to implement agreements it had with their union on issues including salaries, hazard allowances, and others.

The strike embarked upon by the doctors had been expected to be close to a peaceful resolution until the resident doctors on Sunday told the federal government they won’t sign the memorandum of understanding put on the table by the government team.

The doctors accused the government of insincerity in its dealings, hence their inability to trust what is contained in the memorandum again since they’ve been deceived previously.

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