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Applications are invited from suitably qualified applicants for the position of Physiotherapy interns CONHESS 8
QUALIFICATIONS
Applicant must possess B.Sc. degree in Physiotherapy, registrable with the Medical Rehabilitation Therapists Registration of Nigeria.

SALARY 
The salary and other  benefits/allowances are as approved by the Ogun State Government of Nigeria for  the Teaching Hospital.
CONDITIONS OF SERVICE 
These are similar to  those obtainable in the Federal Public Service and as approved by the Ogun  State Government of Nigeria.
METHOD OF APPLICATION 
Application forms are  obtainable from the Administration Department or can be downloaded from the  Hospital website (www.oouth.com). This form, whether downloaded or  obtained from the Hospital, attracts payment of Five Thousand Naira (N5,000.00.
Applicants are expected to contact their three (3) referees  to write directly to the Chief Medical Director, OlabisiOnabanjo University  Teaching Hospital, P.M.B. 2001, Sagamu. You are to attach relevant  Certificates/Credentials to the prescribed application form. Submission of  forms and other documents must be addressed to:
The Chief  Medical Director,
OlabisiOnabanjo  University Teaching Hospital,
P.M.B. 2001,
Sagamu,
Ogun State.
OPENING DATE 
Monday August 28, 2017
CLOSING DATE 
CLOSING DATE:(2) weeks from the date of publication i.e. Tues, 12th Sept 17.


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