ANNOUNCEMENT: Vacancy for Staff Nurses

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons to fill the posts of Staff Nurse, in the Ministry of Health and Environment.

Qualifications:

  • Certification in General Nursing
  • Certification in RegionalExamination for Nurse Registration or similar licensing examination for Registered Nurses

Prerequisites

  • Applicants must be licensed by the General Nursing Council for Dominica
  • Post Basic Training or specialization will be an asset
  • Work experience as a Staff Nurse will be an asset

Main duties:

  • Implements the district/ community health programmes in order to foster health consciousness and to promote clients’ well-being
  • Implements the child health programme in the district/community to facilitate quality nursing care
  • Provides family planning services to facilitate theimplementation of the programme
  • Provides follow-up nursing care for diabetic and hypertensive patients to facilitate the provision of primary health care services
  • Provides admission and discharge services to facilitate the delivery of health care and promote patient’s well being
  • Provides general nursing care services to facilitate the delivery of     quality  health  care to individual patients within the hospital or district/community
  • Performs other related activities to facilitate the smooth functioning of the department

WORKING CONDITIONS

  • Applicant must be prepared to work in a hospital or community setting
  • Applicant must be capable of working on day and night shifts

Applications should be addressed to:

The Permanent Secretary

Ministry of Health and Environment

Government Headquarters

Roseau

Commonwealth of Dominica

Telephone number 266 3260

Email address pssechealth@dominica.gov.dm

Application forms are available from the desk of the Principal Nursing Officer, Ministry of Health and Environment or at www.domnica.gov.dm

Deadline for receipt of applications is July 30, 2017

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7 Comments

  1. August 15, 2017

    Anytime you have such a high turn over rate in the workplace or company this is NOT good. The chain of command/leaders/managers/superiors must SUCK for nurses to just quit like this. Back in the day, people would give anything to become nurses, now they all leave. What’s wrong? Check your higher ups.

    Let’s not forget the FACT they the hire dunce cats, who took YEARS before finally finishing high school. What do you expect, those same “nurses” are the ones who allow a simple illness/ailment to kill a person? Go back to the drawing board and hire serious, educated, people who actually want to do the job! Have you seen the faces and attitudes of the so-called nurses when you approach them? Sour grapes look better.

  2. Baker's dozen
    July 8, 2017

    More they train nurses, more they leaving…hmph!

  3. Me
    July 3, 2017

    Why don’t you use NEP people, for Non Emergency Procedures.

  4. Nurse
    July 3, 2017

    Hmmm! Treat the nurses right and they will remain tight….. the nursing administration need to wake up and realise that if the current treatment given to our nurses is not improved in a few years time we will have to import nurses from China and Cuba if they are willing for come here, that is.

    • August 15, 2017

      Allu attitude must change too. Don’t just blame those above you. *Some* of allu are just not ready for the job. Plain and simple, enough of the excuses.

  5. not your property
    July 1, 2017

    If ya all was treating the nurses well they would not be leaving

  6. Made doc
    June 30, 2017

    Things are really bad lol

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