Ethiopian blood and tissue service
The Ethiopian blood and Tissue Bank Service is looking to recruit applicants who meet the criteria for the vacant positions mentioned below and hire them on a temporary basis.
- Nurse Professional I
- Nurse Professional II
Job title: Nurse Professional I
Job Level: XI
Required Quantity: 15
- Bachelor’s degree in nursing and 0 years of work experience.
Job title: Nurse Professional II
Job Level: XII
Required Quantity: 5
- Bachelor’s degree in nursing and 2 years of work experience.
♦ Job location – Ethiopian Tissue Bank Service (Addis Ababa).
Employment Status: Temporary on contract
♦ Contract Period: One year, extendable as the case may be.
♦ Date of Registration:
From 2:30 AM to 6:30 PM and 7:30 PM to 5 consecutive working days from the date of publication of this advertisement in the newspaper.
The date of the exam will be announced on the internal notice board and by phone
When applicants come for registration, they can bring the original and non-returnable photocopies of their educational and work experience proofs mentioned above to the Ethiopian Tissue Bank Service, 3rd Floor, Human Resource Management Executive Office 38 and register.
Address: Ethiopian Tissue Bank Service Goma Savings Ministry of Health
Phone number: 0118275325
The Blood Bank service in Ethiopia was established in 1969 GC by Ethiopian Red Cross Society at Addis Ababa.
The service was being given through its 12 regional banks covering the requirement of 52% the hospitals in the country. In April 2012 GC, The Federal Ministry of Health (MOH) made a policy decision to revert the responsibility for from the Ethiopia Red Cross Society (ERCS) to a Government-owned and managed service under the MOH and the Regional banks to Regional health bureaus through a transition strategy and plan developed and supported by WHO.
This was in a bid to improve efficiency, place under the mainstream health care delivery system and effectively manage the 25 functional blood banks (one Central Blood Bank located in Addis Ababa and 24 in regions) at that time.
Since then, additional 17 collection centers have been established, each of these have at least one mobile and one center blood collection teams. NBBS was established as independent autonomous federal government institution in 2014 by the Ministers of Council Regulation No.330/2014.
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