Higher Nursing Sister/Research Nurse: Internal Medicine Unit (Department of Primary Health Care Sciences)
Applications from suitably qualified members are invited to fill the above post which has arisen in the Faculty Of Medicine And Health Sciences.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Teach and orient group of doctors and students who join a particular research team in specific procedures, patient care and record keeping.
- Administration of treatments to patients in outpatient clinics.
- Taking of blood and taking vital observation of patients.
- Keeping records.
- Attend to patients specific concerns.
- Assist medical consultants identify suitable clients and compile research data.
- Counselling of patients and their families.
- Attend ward round meetings.
- Attend Unit Board Meeting and other relevant Committee Meeting.
Qualifications and Experience
- A Degree in Nursing Science.
- Have a minimum of 5 Ordinary level passes including English Language, Science and Mathematics at Grade C, or better.
- Registered General Nurse (RGN) with midwifery.
- A minimum of five (5) years post basic qualification experience.
- The ability to demonstrate an understanding of clinical research and actively involved in student health.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit six (6) copies of applications, including a curriculum vitae, giving full personal particulars which should include full names, place and date of birth; certified copies of national identification, birth certificate, proof of qualifications, employment and experience, current salary, date of availability, telephone number and names and addresses of three (3) referees. Applications should be addressed to:
The Deputy Registrar
Department of Human Resources
University of Zimbabwe
P O Box MP167
Or hand delivered to: University of Zimbabwe, Administration Block Room 123.
Deadline: 24 February 2023.Generate a Whatsapp Message
University Of Zimbabwe (UZ)
The University of Zimbabwe is a public university in Harare, Zimbabwe. It opened in 1952 as the University College of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, and was initially affiliated with the University of London. It was later renamed the University of Rhodesia, and adopted its present name upon Zimbabwe's independence in 1980.