The Oleaster Jobs Recruitment [4 new]

Latest jobs vacancies in Nigeria at The Oleaster October, 2021

The Oleaster is a Behavioral Health Center that provides a holistic treatment approach needed to fight addiction and other mental health issues. Our Client-first philosophy, licensed and empathetic staff allow us to meet you wherever you are in your recovery journey.

We work closely with you to develop a treatment plan that meets your individual needs. Our integrative approach combines today’s most effective treatment strategies with long-standing, evidenced-based techniques to help you achieve lasting recovery. The Oleaster is located in the heart of Abuja, Nigeria.

The Oleaster Jobs Recruitment

Job Title: Operations Officer | Oleaster | Locations: Abuja and Lagos Mainland, Lagos

Employment Type: Full-Time
Reports to: Admin and Accounts Manager

Job Summary

  • As the Purchasing Officer the post holder is responsible for managing all purchasing activities.
  • S/he will ensure effective purchasing and regular delivery of goods and services needed by the Organization, which includes going to the market for procurement and market survey purposes.

Responsibilities

  • Procurement: Process purchase requisitions / orders within purchasing Period.
  • Work with the Store Officer to create a re-order level for purchases.
  • Invite, assess, and award/recommend supplier tenders, bids, quotations, and proposals.
  • Establish and negotiate contract terms and conditions, and maintain supplier relationships Prepare and maintain purchasing records, reports and price lists.
  • Work with the admin department to determine procurement needs, quality, and delivery requirements.
  • Assist in the development of specifications for equipment, materials, and services to be purchased.
  • Administer contract performance, including delivery, receipt, warranty, damages and insurance.
  • Reconcile or resolve value discrepancies.
  • Comply with and maintain knowledge of applicable rules, legislation, regulations, standards, and best practices.
  • Develop and maintain constructive and cooperative working relationships with colleagues and management.

Requirements and Experience

  • Minimum of 2 years previous work experience as an Operations and/or Procurement officer preferably in a health care sector.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science or any related discipline.
  • Certifications in HSE or Procurement and Supply Management is desired.

Required Skills:

  • Outstanding organizational and leadership abilities.
  • Excellent interpersonal and public speaking skills.
  • Ability to develop and deliver effective business and operational plans which are financially relevant.
  • Proficient in office management software e.g. MS office – Word & Excel.
  • Strong operational management ability • A clear focus on results – sets goals, plans, and prioritizes effectively, monitors efficiency and progress of work against plans.

Application Closing Date
30th September, 2021.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV and Cover letter to: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Job Title: Mental Health Support Worker | The Oleaster | Locations: Lagos Mainland, Lagos and Anambra

Reports to: Ward Manager

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

  • Support the nurses on duty and other clinicians while they carry out their duties.
  • Receive and implement instructions from the nurses in charge of the wards at all times.
  • Welcome patients and facilitate a friendly environment to enable them acclimatize to their new environment.
  • Ensure the safety of patients and their living environment at all times; ensure patients are never left unattended in the facility or while on external activities.
  • Physical care of patients: assist when circumstances require, in maintaining personal hygiene-bathing, dressing –, feeding, making beds, arranging personal effects, etc.
  • Interact with and support patients during therapeutic activities and recreation.
  • Assist to de-escalate and/or restrain aggressive/violent patients when required.
  • Supervise the scheduled regular cleaning of patients’ rooms and shared areas during all shifts.
  • Complete all observation charts and handover checklists promptly and conscientiously, with adequate attention to detail.
  • Ensure that electrical appliances e.g. bulbs, air conditioners, heaters, etc. are switched off when not in use.
  • Promptly report damages, and supervise repairs and maintenance activities in the facility.
  • Perform any other duties

Requirements and Experience

  • ONLY SSCE or OND holders can apply for this role.
  • Previous work experience in a mental health or general health care facility will be an advantage.
  • Compassionate and patient.
  • Strong-willed, able to solve crises and work in a team.
  • Interpersonal skills.
  • Good communication skill.
  • Meticulous

Application Closing Date
30th September, 2021.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Job Title: Psychiatric Nurse (Locum) | The Oleaster | Location: Abuja

Employment Type: Full-Time
Reports to: Medical Director

Job Summary

  • The Psychiatric Nurse will work as part of a team of medical professionals to provide psychiatric nursing care to patients of all ages, gender, religion and disposition, while creating a safe and therapeutic environment to aid their mental stability.

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for overseeing the delivery of care to all patients delegating duties and monitoring junior staff carrying these out
  • Assess all identified group of patients and new admissions to the Practice
  • To ensure that identified care planning is implemented and evaluated for all patients especially those within their identified groups
  • To ensure that care given is individualized, patient centered and in collaboration with the multidisciplinary team and other statutory and voluntary organizations as appropriate
  • To orientate newly admitted patient on the principles, rules and regulations governing the unit at the point of admission and ensure that these rules are strictly adhered to by the patients
  • To ensure that all the policies and admission documents are signed by the patient and their relations where applicable
  • The Nurse will be involved in performing patient personal care duties, which would include washing, bathing and dressing using appropriate hoists and aids. Often uses equipment and clinical procedures requiring knowledge e.g. subcutaneous infusions, catheter care, wound care, pressure relieving equipment
  • The Nurse will be able to conduct and interpret a Urine Drug Test for patients and clients and document the results appropriately
  • Ensure that a Urine Drug Test is conducted for all patient on board at any point if there is a suspected case of smuggling of substance into the facility
  • The Nurse would spend extensive parts of the shift in direct/indirect (overseeing and monitoring) patient care
  • Also dedicate time during the shift writing clinical reports, and updating care plans. Also the Nurse will be expected to undertake supervision/performance appraisal of junior staff, as directed by the Head of Clinical Services
  • To engage in pickup of new or old clients as required
  • Observe assigned patients on a daily basis to identify, interpret, and document physical and emotional status and/or patterns, such as assaultive or suicidal behaviour, and response to treatment or medication:
    • Inspect patient rooms every morning
    • Check to ensure that the number of patients at handover tallies with the number at takeover given allowance for discharged cases in the course of the day.
    • Inspect rooms to ensure air conditioner and lights are switched off when patients are not in room
    • Ensure vital signs are taken 2 times a day
    • Work with the support workers to see to the personal hygiene of patients in the morning
    • Ensure the dining area is kept clean when not in use, ensure support worker/cook take the dishes to the kitchen immediately after every meal
  • Administer psychotropic medications to patients, monitors use, and documents reactions; educate patients on the purpose, dosage, and side effects of medication, and explain the implications of patient’s refusal to take prescribed medication.
  • Provide crisis intervention to those individuals experiencing acute episodes.
  • Obtain medical, psychiatric, social, and family histories of new admissions; take and record vital signs; obtain lab specimens and assist physicians with physical exams
  • Schedules and arranges for special tests; develops discharge plans; maintains charts and logs; performs catheterizations and enemas; and draws blood.
  • Aid patients in obtaining proper medical care, after release or during hospitalization, by identifying community agencies and resources to assist patients with stabilization while living in the community.
  • Interact with private medical facilities, courts, and Federal and State agencies to express concerns of the patient and to discuss treatment also when required, testify in court as to the patient’s mental and physical condition.
  • When needed, acts as a team leader, on a rotational basis, for an assigned shift; plan, assign, and review the work of other regular nursing staff, student nurses, mental health technicians and support staff.
  • To be able to deliver services and treatment in patient’s own environment whenever the need arises
  • Ensure protected meal time is properly implemented
  • Inspect patient food before taking it to patients for consumption
  • Make Clinical presentations during clinical meetings and during business meetings.
  • Ensure take-home medications are well dispensed for patient going on weekend leave

Requirements and Experience

  • Must be a Registered Psychiatric Nurse
  • Must be medically and physically fit.
  • Must have a minimum of 3 years’ work experience as a psychiatric nurse

Required Skills / Competencies:

  • Explain mental health laws and regulations;
  • Observe emotional and physical behaviour;
  • Evaluate and assess the need for mental health services;
  • Analyse a situation and adopt a course of action;
  • Prepare and maintain medical records and reports;
  • Recognize and respect limits of confidential information;
  • Direct and advise other nursing staff;
  • Communicate with people of diverse socioeconomic and ethnic origins;
  • Speak before groups;
  • Exercise independent judgment in medical emergencies;
  • Demonstrate tact, diplomacy, patience, and compassion;
  • Establish and maintain working relationships with co-workers, other agencies, and organizations;
  • Comply with nursing policies, protocols, and program regulations;

Application Closing Date
24th September, 2021.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV and Cover Letter to: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Job Title: Psychiatric Nurse | The Oleaster | Locations: Abuja and Anambra

Employment Type: Full-Time
Reports to: Medical Director

Job Summary

  • The Psychiatric Nurse will work as part of a team of medical professionals to provide psychiatric nursing care to patients of all ages, gender, religion and disposition, while creating a safe and therapeutic environment to aid their mental stability.

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for overseeing the delivery of care to all patients delegating duties and monitoring junior staff carrying these out.
  • Assess all identified group of patients and new admissions to the Practice.
  • To ensure that identified care planning is implemented and evaluated for all patients especially those within their identified groups.
  • To ensure that care given is individualized, patient centered and in collaboration with the multidisciplinary team and other statutory and voluntary organizations as appropriate.
  • To orientate newly admitted patient on the principles, rules and regulations governing the unit at the point of admission and ensure that these rules are strictly adhered to by the patients.
  • To ensure that all the policies and admission documents are signed by the patient and their relations where applicable.
  • The Nurse will be involved in performing patient personal care duties, which would include washing, bathing and dressing using appropriate hoists and aids. Often uses equipment and clinical procedures requiring knowledge e.g. subcutaneous infusions, catheter care, wound care, pressure relieving equipment.
  • The Nurse will be able to conduct and interpret a Urine Drug Test for patients and clients and document the results appropriately.
  • Ensure that a Urine Drug Test is conducted for all patient on board at any point if there is a suspected case of smuggling of substance into the facility.
  • The Nurse would spend extensive parts of the shift in direct/indirect (overseeing and monitoring) patient care.
  • Also dedicate time during the shift writing clinical reports, and updating care plans. Also the Nurse will be expected to undertake supervision/performance appraisal of junior staff, as directed by the Head of Clinical Services.
  • To engage in pickup of new or old clients as required.
  • Observe assigned patients on a daily basis to identify, interpret, and document physical and emotional status and/or patterns, such as assaultive or suicidal behaviour, and response to treatment or medication:
    • Inspect patient rooms every morning.
    • Check to ensure that the number of patients at handover tallies with the number at takeover given allowance for discharged cases in the course of the day.
    • Inspect rooms to ensure air conditioner and lights are switched off when patients are not in room.
    • Ensure vital signs are taken 2 times a day.
    • Work with the support workers to see to the personal hygiene of patients in the morning.
    • Ensure the dining area is kept clean when not in use, ensure support worker/cook take the dishes to the kitchen immediately after every meal
  • Administer psychotropic medications to patients, monitors use, and documents reactions; educate patients on the purpose, dosage, and side effects of medication, and explain the implications of patient’s refusal to take prescribed medication.
  • Provide crisis intervention to those individuals experiencing acute episodes.
  • Obtain medical, psychiatric, social, and family histories of new admissions; take and record vital signs; obtain lab specimens and assist physicians with physical exams.
  • Schedules and arranges for special tests; develops discharge plans; maintains charts and logs; performs catheterizations and enemas; and draws blood.
  • Aid patients in obtaining proper medical care, after release or during hospitalization, by identifying community agencies and resources to assist patients with stabilization while living in the community.
  • Interact with private medical facilities, courts, and Federal and State agencies to express concerns of the patient and to discuss treatment also when required, testify in court as to the patient’s mental and physical condition.
  • When needed, acts as a team leader, on a rotational basis, for an assigned shift; plan, assign, and review the work of other regular nursing staff, student nurses, mental health technicians and support staff.
  • To be able to deliver services and treatment in patient’s own environment whenever the need arises.
  • Ensure protected meal time is properly implemented.
  • Inspect patient food before taking it to patients for consumption.
  • Make Clinical presentations during clinical meetings and during business meetings.
  • Ensure take home medications are well dispensed for patient going on weekend leave.

Requirements and Experience

  • Must be a Registered Psychiatric Nurse.
  • Must be medically and physically fit.
  • Must have a minimum of 3 years’ work experience as a psychiatric nurse

Required Skills / Competencies:

  • Explain mental health laws and regulations;
  • Observe emotional and physical behaviour.
  • Evaluate and assess the need for mental health services.
  • Analyse a situation and adopt a course of action.
  • Prepare and maintain medical records and reports.
  • Recognize and respect limits of confidential information.
  • Direct and advise other nursing staff.
  • Communicate with people of diverse socioeconomic and ethnic origins.
  • Speak before groups.
  • Exercise independent judgment in medical emergencies.
  • Demonstrate tact, diplomacy, patience, and compassion.
  • Establish and maintain working relationships with co-workers, other agencies, and organizations.
  • Comply with nursing policies, protocols, and program regulations.

Application Closing Date
30th September, 2021.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV and Cover Letter to: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Job Title: Driver | The Oleaster | Location: Lagos Mainland, Lagos | Reports to: Admin Manager

Job Summary

  • The Driver will assist the company with all transport-related duties and will be responsible for conveying staff of the organization, materials and equipment to and fro where they may be needed in a timely manner.

Responsibilities

  • Safely transporting company staff and various products to and from specified locations.
  • Plan travel routes to avoid traffic congestion or road construction.
  • Inspect vehicles for mechanical items and safety issues and perform preventive maintenance where necessary.
  • Keep the company vehicle clean and properly maintained.
  • Document and log work/rest periods and kilometers spent driving and retain fuel/toll receipts.
  • Comply with road safety rules and regulations as well as with company policies and procedures.
  • Collect and verify delivery instructions.
  • Report damage, accident or injuries to management.

Requirements and Experience

  • Proven work experience as a driver in a corporate organization.
  • No recent driving violations.
  • Adaptability and foresight to handle unexpected situations (traffics, weather conditions etc.).
  • Ability to drive long hours and occasional travels .
  • Willing to submit to background/drug checks and provide employment recommendations.
  • Drivers who reside in the mainland will be preferable.
  • Valid driving license.

Application Closing Date
30th September, 2021.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV and Cover letter to: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the email.

Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.