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Nigeria Health Jobs Published on 19th October, 2016

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  • Request for proposal from Qualified Consultants/Organization to support the study on estimation of TB prevalence among PLHIV in SE Nigeria, deadline 4th November, 2016. Details here
  • Technical Officer-Laboratory Services, Port Harcourt, FHI 360. Details here
  • Senior Technical Officer – Monitoring & Evaluation, Abuja, FHI 360. Details here
  • Nurse, Reddington Hospital, Lagos, deadline 30th October, 2016. Details here
  • Community Pharmacist, Sigma Consult, Ogun, deadline 30th October, 2016. Details here
  • Intern Medical Laboratory Scientist, Delta State Hospitals Management Board, Delta, deadline 25th October, 2016. Details here
  • Veterinary Doctor, Jadesola (Nig.) Enterprises, Ibadan, deadline 27th October, 2016. Details here
  • Medical Activity Manager, Alliance for International Medical Action (ALIMA), Borno, deadline 30th October, 2016. Details here
  • Pharmacy Advisor, Heartland Alliance International, Abuja, deadline 31st October, 2016. Details here
  • Clinical Advisor, Heartland Alliance International, Abuja, deadline 31st October, 2016. Details here
  • Program Officer, Institute of Human Virology, Lagos, deadline 21st October, 2016. Details here
  • Senior Program Officer, Institute of Human Virology, Lagos, deadline 21st October, 2016. Details here
  • Laboratory Technician, Teclab Management Services Limited, Lagos, deadline 2nd November, 2016. Details here
  • Medical Representative, Pfizer Nigeria, Enugu, deadline 24th October, 2016. Details here
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist, Health Initiatives for Safety and Stability in Africa (HIFASS), Calabar, deadline 2nd November, 2016. Details here
  • Nutrition Coordinator – STEER Project, Save the Children, Bauchi, deadline 25th October, 2016. Details here
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