RSG Commences Employment Of 5,000 Workers

…Calls For Application From Qualified Candidates

In keeping with his promise of massive employment for people of the State, Rivers State governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has finally approved the advertisement of vacancies for the first phase of employment of youths, in the health sector.

Scoops from National Network said the Rivers State Civil Service Commission has already announced vacant positions to be filled by qualified candidates as health sector workers of different categories in the Rivers State Public Service.

The affected positions are those of Nurses, Nurse/Midwives, Community Health Officers, Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians, Medical Laboratory Scientists, Laboratory Technicians/Assistants and Medical Records Officers.

Also to be employed are Medical Records Technicians/Assistants, Environmental Health Officer, Radiographers, Dieticians, Scientific Officers, Biomedical Engineers, Hygienists, Public Health Sector Workers, Physiotherapists and Optometrists.

The information which is yet to be published to members of the public, adds that applicants must possess the basic qualifications with relevant cognate professional experience in their various fields of specialization.  They include evidence of current practice license from the relevant bodies; certificate of discharge or exemptions from the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme and post graduate professional qualifications, including fellowships in areas of specialization.

According to the Commission, applicants should not be more than 50 years of age; and are required to submit hand written applications and detains of Curriculum Vitae and photocopies of First School Leaving Certificate, West African School Certificate or equivalent, University degree and other professional certificates, National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) discharge or exemption certificates, Local Government Identification Certificates and Birth Certificate or Affidavit of Age Declaration.

Government sources say the second phase of the employment of 5000 workers by the Civil Service Commission would be announced in due course.

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