PROFESSIONAL NURSE SPECIALTY (ADVANCED MIDWIVES) REF NO: TDHS/A/2021/06 (X6 POSTS)
SALARY: Grade 1: R383 226 – R579 696 per. annum. plus benefits
CENTRE: Tshwane District Health Services Sub-district 5,6&7
REQUIREMENTS: Matric/Grade12 and Basic qualification accredited with SANC in terms of Government Notice 425 (i.e. diploma/ degree in nursing) or equivalent qualification that allows registration with the SANC as a professional nurse plus a post-basic nursing qualification (Advanced Midwifery and Neonatal nursing science) accredited with SANC in terms government notice no 212, with proof of current registration. Other Skills/ Requirements: A minimum of 4 years appropriate/recognizable experience in nursing after registration as a professional nurse with SANC. At least 1 year of the 4 years must be experienced in a maternity unit. Must be willing to work shifts (Day and night)
DUTIES: Provide optimal and holistic specialized nursing care in accordance with the set standards and professional/legal framework. Execute the duties and functions of an advanced midwife with proficiency in support of the aims and strategic objectives of the institution and within the prescripts of all applicable legislation. Maintain clinical competence and uphold principles of nursing care within the legal requirements. Participate in institutional and cluster perinatal morbidity and mortality meetings. Provide holistic nursing care to patients in a midwife obstetric unit in a cost-effective, efficient and equitable manner. Lead a team of midwives and ensure ongoing education and staff training in PMTCT, BFHI, ESMOE, etc. Maintain accurate and complete patient records. Ability to work independently in all sections of the unit. Ensure the implementation of maternity and neonatal guidelines and protocols. Participate in the implementation of priority programs and strategies to reduce morbidity and mortality rates. Ensure and oversee the effective utilization of resources. Ensure the implementation of the National Regulated norms and standards and Batho Pele principles. Act as a shift leader in the unit in absence of the unit manager and ensure compliance to professional and ethical practice. Demonstrate effective communication with patients, supervisors and other clinicians, including report. Participate in training, research, supervision and management of students and junior nurses.
ENQUIRIES: Dr. Mpho Moshime-Shabangu Tel No: (012) 451 9004
APPLICATIONS: Applications must be submitted at Tshwane District Health Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, Cnr Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Street, Pretoria 0001, Application Box, First Floor Reception.
NOTE: Applications must be submitted on a signed Z83 form (application form) obtainable from any Public Service Department with the correct reference number. Certified copies of ID and all required documents must be attached. No copy of a copy. Failure to submit all the required documents will result in the application not being considered.
CLOSING DATE: 12 February 2021