The Most

The Most

  • Submitted By: yashvir22
  • Date Submitted: 02/06/2014 5:33 AM
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Vacancies for Post of Specialist/Senior Specialist Ministry of Health and Quality of Life Applications are invited from qualified candidates who wish to be considered for appointment as Specialist/Senior Specialist in the field of Endocrinology/Diabetology in the Ministry of Health and Quality of Life. II. AGE LIMIT Candidates, unless already in the Service, should not have reached their 40th birthday by the closing date for the submission of applications. III. QUALIFICATIONS 1. Candidates should be fully registered (a) (b) 2. Note 1. 2. Specialists/Senior Specialists shall be known as Consultant in their respective fields on reaching salary point Rs 83,000. Candidates should submit a copy of their Certificate of Registration as medical practitioner and as specialist in Mauritius together with their application form. as medical practitioner in accordance with section 22 of the Medical Council Act; and as specialist in accordance with section 23 of the Medical Council Act, in the relevant fields of speciality.

Candidates should be able to communicate effectively and to interact with people at all levels.


ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES To be responsible for the provision of an effective and efficient clinical service in his speciality.


DUTIES AND SALARY 1. To be responsible to the Regional Health Director through the Consultantin-Charge of the relevant field for the following:(i) (ii) to perform clinical and other work pertaining to his speciality; to mentor and train junior medical, nursing and other health personnel; 2/…


(iii) (iv)

to initiate and participate in surveys and research activities and publications; and to contribute to the development of health programmes.

2. 3.

To use ICT in the performance of his duties. To perform such other duties directly related to the main duties listed above or related to the delivery of the output and results expected from...

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