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There are jobs here and there; we have a social responsibility to inform you and others on the vacancies and where they are presently. If you missed out of the first publication titled: Unemployment: Massive job opening in Oshiomhole’s Edo, am sure this opportunity will not pass you by.

Are you in the medical profession? Here are some clinical vacancies for you:

Medical Director, Consultant Physician, Consultant Radiologist, General Surgeon, General Practitioner, Physicians, GPs and Pediatricians, Consultant Anaesthetist, Doctors and Nurses, Experience Medical Officers, Out-Patient Nurse manager, Paediatric/ Neonatal Nurses, Theatre Nurses, General Nurses/Midwives, Radiographer (Female), Night Duty Nursing Manager, Medical Laboratory Scientist.

Interested candidates should send CVs to recruitment@beyhealth.com

For those interested in Non-Clinical Vacancies, are opportunities:

Chief Accountant/Financial Controller, Business Development Manager, Customer Service Executives and Human Resources Manager.

Interested candidates should send CVs to firstmedical.recruitment@gmail.com

Away from the medical profession to academics, Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo is employing.

Applications are invited from suitable qualified candidates for the post of Rector, Bursar and Director, Physical Planning.

See www.rugipo.edu.ng

In Akure, the Federal University of Technology, Nigeria wants a Liberian and the closing date is 6 weeks from the date of this publication. See www.futa.edu.ng

In Edo State, Ambrose Ali University, Ekpoma wants a Vice Chancellor.

However, it is regrettable that the University has no website in its advertorial neither email.

Please interested candidates should contact the school directly, The Office of the Registrar and Secretary to Council

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