The Ministry of Health has the Government’s mandate to fulfill the health obligations. The Health Service Commission was a creation of the 1995 Constitution. Its establishment was a recognition of the protracted efforts of Health professionals to have a specialized appointing Commission which could be sensitive to their cause and professionally tackle the peculiarities and unique issues inherent in the Health Service.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
- Responsible for conducting Donor Registration prior to donation.
- Takes weight from prospective donors to ensure whether they qualify.
- Accounts for Donor Awards.
- Prepares session summary forms indicating potential donors, units collected, awards issues, blood history of donor.
- Keeps up to date donor register.
- Performs any other duties as may be assigned from time to time.
Qualifications, Skills and Experience: The UBTS Donor Clerk should hold an ‘O’ Level Certificate with a Credit in English. Hold at least a Certificate in Computer Studies from a recognized Institution. Additional Certificate in Secretarial studies will be n added advantage.
How to Apply for the job:
All suitably qualified and interested candidates should strictly adhere to the following requirements to avoid disqualification:
- Complete all parts of the application form (PSF 3, Revised 2008), download here, and submit three (3) copies for each post in case more than one job is applied for.
- On each application form the following must be attached;
- It is emphasized that:
- Recent and original copies of the passport size photographs.
- Copies of the academic and professional certificates.
- Copies of letters of appointment, plus confirmation letters as it may apply.
- Copies of Registration Certificates and valid Practicing Licenses for Health Workers who are required by law to register with the relevant Professional Councils.
All applications should bear the name of the Institution, title of the post and its reference number. (check at top of advert)
Applicants must state clearly on the application forms their contact addresses and telephone numbers.
Applicants who are Serving Officers must route their applications through their Heads of Department, who should be informed of the closing date to avoid delay. Head of Department refers to the Head of the respective Institution of the Applicant.
NB: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Shortlisted candidates shall be required to bring their original certificates unlaminated at the interview. Candidates who will present forged certificates are to be handed over to the Police for appropriate action.
Deadline: 28th November, 2014