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18 PROFESSIONAL NURSE JOBS
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
PROFESSIONAL NURSE: (GENERAL)
NUMBER OF POSTS:
Directorate: District Health Services (Nursing)
Grade 1: R260 760 per annum
Grade 2: R320 703 per annum
Grade 3: R388 974 per annum
CENTRE: Tshwane Health District; Sub-District 2;3 & 4:
Adelaide Tambo Clinic (X1 Post)
Atteridgeville clinic (1 Post)
Bophelong clinic (X1 Post)
Hercules clinic (X2 Posts)
Kekanastad clinic (X2 Posts)
Laudium CHC (X1 Post)
Mandisa Shiceka clinic (X2 Posts)
Olievenhoutbosch clinic (X2 Posts)
Skinner clinic (X1 Post)
Suurman clinic (X3 Posts)
Temba CHC (X2 Posts)
Matric/Grade 12. Basic R425 qualification (i.e. Diploma/Degree in nursing or equivalent qualification that allows registration with SANC as a Professional Nurse trained in Midwifery, Psychiatry, and community Nursing Science.
Current registration with the SANC as a Professional Nurse.
Grade 1: No experience required after registration as a Professional Nurse with SANC in General Nursing
Grade 2: A minimum of 10 years appropriate/recognisable experience in nursing after registration as Professional Nurse with the SANC in General Nursing
Grade 3: A minimum of 20 years appropriate/recognisable experience in nursing after registration as Professional Nurse with the SANC in General Nursing Required:
Knowledge of nursing care processes and procedures. Knowledge of SANC. Rules and Regulations and other relevant Legal Framework, Knowledge of Quality Assurance programmes, display of uncompromising concern for the welfare of patients, promoting and advocating proper treatment and care including awareness and willingness to respond to patients’ needs, requirements and expectations (Batho-Pele & Patient Rights).
Skills:Leadership, Supervisory, Good Communication & Reporting (Verbal & Written), Excellent time-management, skills, Counselling, Interpersonal Relations, Conflict Management, Decision-Making and Problem-solving skills. Valid & unendorsed driver’s license is essential.
Responsive and accountable stewardship of District Health Services by overseeing to it that Annual Performance Plan targets are met by performing clinical nursing practice in accordance with the scope of practice, nursing standards and quality assurance standards.
Demonstrate an understanding of nursing legislation and related legal and ethical nursing practice Work as a team player.
Guide and teach or mentor those in a level under you.
Able to lead and supervise a team in the unit, knowledgeable in aspects of Ideal Clinic, Management of complaints and Patient’s safety Incidents.
Observe & comply strictly with record-keeping principles, data management, time management and team cohesion.
Willing to attend in-service training. Provide clinical nursing services to other facilities in Sub-District 2; 3 & 4 when needed.
Mr KC Nemukombame Tel No: 079 529 0375
Ms GM Setlhare at 082 370 8033(Monday to Friday; during working hours only)
Documents must be submitted to Tshwane Health District Fedsure Building, 3319 Cnr Pretorius and Lilian Ngoyi Streets, Pretoria, 0002. Applications must be submitted to first floor reception: Tshwane Health District Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, Cnr Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Street, Pretoria, 0002.
No faxed applications will be considered.
Applications should be submitted on the NEW Z83 Application form obtainable from http://www.dpsa.gov.za/dpsa2g/documents/ep/2020/Approved%20New%20Z83%20form%20Gazetted%206%20Nov%202020.pdf or Public Service Departments. In line with the Department’s employments Equity Plan, People with Disabilities are encouraged to apply. Applicants are not required to submit copies of qualifications and other relevant documents when applying but submit fully completed New Z83 form and detailed Curriculum Vitae (only). Only Shortlisted candidates for the posts will be required to submit certified documents on or before the day of the interview following communication form HR. If you do not receive any response from us within 3 months, please accept your application was unsuccessful. Shortlisted candidates will be required to submit proof of criminal verification obtainable from South African Police Services at their own cost. The recommended candidate/s may be subject to medical surveillance as required by the Occupational Health & Safety Act, Act 5/1993. The Gauteng Department of Health is guided by the principles of employment equity; therefore, all the appointments will be made in accordance with the employment equity target of the department. No application will be considered after the closing date. A practical test and/competency assessment where relevant, relating to the key areas of knowledge and skills may form