Oyo Waste Consultant, Mottainai Set to Recruit Environmental Health Officers

The Waste Management Consultant to Oyo State Government, has announced its plan to recruit about 200 Environmental Health Officers.

The revelation was made on Thursday, by the Waste Management and Recycling firm, through its Chief Strategy Officer, Ms. Uloma Airhienbuwa in Ibadan.

According to her, the Ad-hoc Environmental Health Officers to be recruited would be deployed at the State's gateways.

She added that they will be in all the Local government areas of the State to educate residents on the best sanitary practices, in order to avoid the spread of transmissible and communicable diseases.

She said the firm is seeking to employ Environmental Health Officers; Environmental Health Technologists; Environmental Health Technicians; and Environmental Health Assistants.

Mottainai Set to Recruit Environmental Health Officers
Mottainai Set to Recruit Environmental Health Officers

Ms. Uloma therefore called on suitably qualified candidates to log on to https://bit.ly/EHO-Recruitment, adding that the job opening will close on August 14, 2023.

Ms. Airhienbuwa, also called on residents of the State to cooperate with the government and be conscious of their environment.

She added, “We have to keep our environment healthy and clean at all times.”

She also explained that the importance of Environmental health officers as preventive health workers is accepted globally.

Ms. Uloma said that interested candidates could call +234 700 080 0700; 08181900004 (whatsapp) for further enquiries.

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