Department of Histopathology.
2. General Histopathologist/Cytopathologist/Forensic Pathologist x 3
To teach Undergraduate and Postgraduate students.
To do research as an individual and in teams.
To provide clinical service at Government hospitals affiliated with the University and be part of service roster (clinical work).
To attend and participate in University meetings as requested by the Chairperson (administration).
Forward thinking and innovate new techniques and diagnostic criteria.
Qualifications, Experience and Attributes
Possess a Master in Medicine Histopathology Degree or FRCPath or equivalent.
Be registerable on the Medical and Dental Practitioners Council as a SPECIALIST PATHOLOGIST.
Have clinical working experience in the areas of Cytopathology or Forensic Pathology and given evidence of having engaged in research and published.
An additional subspecialty qualification in Cytopathology or Forensic pathology will be an added advantage.
Should be medically qualified.
All applications will be treated in strictest confidence. Six copies of applications, including a curriculum vitae, giving full personal particulars indicating full name, place and date of birth; certified copies of national identification, birth certificate, proof of qualifications, employment and experience, present salary, telephone number and names and addresses of three referees should be addressed to:
Deputy Registrar, Human Resources
University of Zimbabwe
P O Box MP 167
Or Hand delivered to the Administration Block, door number 113
The University of Zimbabwe is an equal opportunity employer and therefore men and women are equally encouraged to apply.
The closing date for the receipt of applications is 16 October 2020. Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.