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JOBS IN DAR ES SALAAM AT IMTU , 2017

The International Medical and Technological University continues to strive towards its mission in providing quality education, research and service to the community to be among the best universities in Tanzania. To enhance this goal we are looking for outstanding professionals with demonstrated record in teaching, research and outreach.

In continuation of our staff recruitment advertisement of June 14, 2016 we invite applications globally from qualified candidates for the following positions.

Job Title: Lecturer I Professor in Anatomy: Minimum Qualification Required (Ph.D in Anatomy)

Job Title: Lecturer I Professor in Physiology: Minimum Qualification Required (Ph.D in Physiology)

Job Title: Lecturer I Professor in Pathology: Minimum Qualification Required (M.Med or Ph.D in Pathology)

Job Title: Lecturer I Professor in Nursing: Minimum Qualification Required (M.Sc or Ph.D in Nursing)

Job Title: Medical Specialist - Internal Medicine: Minimum Qualification Required (M.Med (Internal Medicine)

Job Title: Medical Specialist - OBGY: Minimum Qualification Required (M.Med (OBGY)

Job Title: Medical Specialist - Surgery: Minimum Qualification Required (M.Med (Surgery)

Job Title: Medical Specialist - Paediatrics: Minimum Qualification Required (M.Med (Paediatrics)

Job Title: Laboratory Technicians: Minimum Qualification Required (Diploma in Laboratory Technology)

All these positions carry competitive salary and benefits consistent with university guidelines. For consideration send your complete application with a cover letter, current CV, three professional references, and passport details to the following. Based on qualifications and experience an academic title (Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Associate professor or Professor) will be offered. Applications will be accepted till these positions are filled.

Human Resources
International Medical and Technological University,
P.O.Box No:77594,
Dar es Salaam.
Email: hrimtu@gmail.com

IMTU is an equal opportunity employer and encourages diversity at the work place.
Source: The Guardian 31 May, 2017