CITY OF TSHWANE | AMBULANCE OFFICER (6 POSTS)

CITY OF TSHWANE | AMBULANCE OFFICER (6 POSTS)

DEPARTMENT: EMERGENCY SERVICES

Division: Emergency Medical Operations

Section: Emergency Medical Operations

Location: Tshwane regions

Reference number EMSS117-2021

Position AMBULANCE OFFICER (6 POSTS)
To be advertised Internal External
This position seeks to attract African female African male Coloured female Coloured male Indian female
Indian male White female White male Person with disability All categories
Job level T11
Scale R343 128,00 – R476 568,00 per annum
Estimated

remuneration package

R436 737,89 – R606 582,10 per annum
Job purpose To ensure effective and efficient patient transfer, emergency operational support, ambulance and emergency medical care services in the City of Tshwane jurisdiction area and surrounding areas
Appointment

requirements

Grade 12

Ambulance Emergency Assistant, Critical Care Assistant Course or relevant qualification as determined by the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA)

Registration with HPCSA as an independent practitioner

At least two years’ continuous experience as an Ambulance Emergency Assistant in an operational emergency medical and ambulance service with at least one year at supervisory level

A valid Code C1 driving licence and a valid PrDP

Physical fitness and health

Willingness to be assigned to any geographical fire station in Tshwane

Willingness and ability to work shifts and overtime with little or no notice

Personal attributes

and/or competencies

Good communication skills; adaptability and flexibility; ability to work independently; physical and mental fitness; physical capability to operate under operational requirements and external conditions; capacity to operate under extremely stressful and often traumatic conditions; ability to perform under physically threatening situations and social trauma; integrity; decisiveness; intelligence; patience; being energetic; innovative thinking skills; willingness to accept responsibility; negotiating skills; leadership skills; analytical skills; organisational skills; technical skills
Primary functions Plan operational division work schedule with regard to leave, overtime and standby

Determine requirements and create performance standard work procedures

Ensure that planned training is applicable and scheduled accordingly

Provide a safe working place for other employees

Implement an accountable system to manage operational income

Execute Council policy and ensure adherence to applicable acts

Conduct personnel meetings

Encourage and promote communication to the lowest level to stimulate unrestricted conversation and grievance management

Responsible for all assets allocated to the operational ambulance division in his/her section

Responsible for operational reports

Administer all operational correspondence

Conduct work as required by Council policy and the HPCSA

Ensure that security measures are in place and adhered to

Compile and revise subordinates’ post and job descriptions

Manage the activities of the operational division

Implement policy for the operational division

Ensure the documentation of procedures and methods

Implement the operational control system

Coordinate and evaluate leadership and command during ambulance emergencies

Motivate subordinates and promote sound labour relations

Delegate responsibilities to subordinates

Supervise subordinates by means of work procedures, policy advice and evaluation of operational activities

Enforce discipline to ensure the effective functioning of the operational division

Regularly evaluate procedures and performance

 

 
SAP New
New/natural attrition Natural attrition
Enquiries E Malomane (012 358 4603)/A Ndwamato (012 358 8637)

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