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Vacancies for Medical Professionals

Date of Issue: Monday, 17th March 2014
Expiry Date: Monday, 31st March 2014


THE REPUBLIC OF UGANDA
MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

To further accelerate the existing excellent bilateral relations between the Government of the Republic of Uganda and the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago has requested the Government of the Republic of Uganda to provide medical professionals to strengthen its health service sector.

In this respect, applicants are invited from suitably qualified Ugandan Health professionals from; Public/Private/PNFP Institutions to work in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Applications should be addressed to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and hand delivered to the Human Resource Office Room 2.5 Second Floor Plot No.2 A-B Sir Apollo Kagwa Road opposite KCCA Head Quarters not later than 31st March 2014.

The following should be attached to the application:

  • Recent and original passport size photographs
  • Copies of academic and professional qualifications
  • Copies of appointment and confirmation letters where applicable
  • Copies of Registration Certificates and valid practicing Licenses
  • Contact addresses and telephone numbers

Applicants who are serving officers in the Public Service MUST route their applications through their Responsible Officers/Heads of Department, who should be informed of the closing date to avoid delay.


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