CLINICAL NURSE PRACTITIONER REF NO: GTN 15/2021 (2 POSTS)

CLINICAL NURSE PRACTITIONER (UKUTHULA AND NTEMBISWENI CLINICS) REF NO: GTN 15/2021 (2 POSTS)

SALARY: R383 226 per annum. Other benefits: Medical Aid optional, In-hospital allowance, 13th cheque, homeowners (Employee must meet prescribed requirements), An all-inclusive package & 12% Rural Allowance

CENTRE: Greytown Hospital

REQUIREMENTS: Senior Certificate (Grade 12).Diploma/Degree in General Nurse and Midwifery. Diploma/ Degree in General Nursing Plus 1 year post basic qualification in Primary Health Care and Midwifery. Current registration with SANC. 2021

SANC Annual practising certificate (2021 receipt). Proof of current and previous work experience endorsed and stamped by Human Resources Manager (must be attached). Knowledge, Skills, Training and Competencies required. Knowledge of SANC rules and Regulations of Legislative frameworks and Department prescripts. Knowledge of National and Provincial Acts Policies. Basic financial management skills, sound management, negotiations problem solving and decision-making skills. Good communication skills both written and verbal. Provide mentoring and coaching skills. Display concern for patient promoting and advocating and facilitating proper treatment and ensuring that the unit adheres to Batho Pele Principles.

DUTIES: Ensuring data management at all levels. Manage and supervise effective utilization of allocated resources. Demonstrate effective communication with the health team, supervisors and other clinicians including report writing monthly and statistics as required. Able to plan and organise own work and that of support personnel to ensure good communication care. Provide quality comprehensive health care to the community. Provide educational services to staff and communities. Work as part of a multidisciplinary team to ensure good health care at PHC setting in all health programmes including NGOs, CBOs and CHWs. Display concern for the community, promoting and advocating proper care including awareness and willingness to respond to community needs. Assist with performance reviews i.e. EPMDS. Motivate staff regarding development in order to increase the level of expertise and assist the community to develop a sense of care. Ensure 24 hours health services to all community members.

ENQUIRIES: Ms. B.N Mawela Tel No: (033) 4139 400

APPLICATIONS: Applications forwarded to: Human Resource Manager, Private bag X 5562, Greytown, 3250.

FOR ATTENTION: Mr. P Shange

NOTE: Advertisements and accompanying notes must clearly capture the requirements for certification to reflect that applicants must submit copies of qualifications, Identity documents and drivers licence (where appropriate) and any other relevant documents. Such copies need not be certified when applying for a post. The communication from the HR of the department regarding the requirements for certified documents will be limited to candidates. Therefore only shortlisted candidates for a post will be required to submit certified documents on or before the day of the interview following communication from HR. HR endorsed certificate of service/work experience (c) Curriculum Vitae with a full record of service certified copy of Identity Document not more than three months. Failure to comply with the above instructions will disqualify applicants. The reference number must be indicated in the column provided on form Z83, e.g. Reference Number (GTN 15/2021). Please note that due to a large number of applications received, applications will not be acknowledged, however, only the short-listed applicants will be advised of the outcome. If you have not heard from us two months after the closing date, please consider your application as being unsuccessful. The appointments are subject to positive outcomes obtained from the NIA to the following checks (security clearance, credit records, qualifications, citizenship, and previous experience employment verifications. Please note that those candidates will not be reimbursed for S&T claims for attending interviews. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have qualifications, which is a requirement of the post, evaluated by the South African qualifications authority (SAQA) and to provide proof of such evaluation on the application. Failure to comply will result in the application not being considered. Persons with disabilities should feel free to apply for the post.

CLOSING DATE: 16 August 2021

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