FOOD SERVICE AID LEVEL 2
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
POST 02/80: FOOD SERVICE AID LEVEL 2
REF NO: FSA/KPTH/300/19
NUMBER OF POSTS: 8 POSTS
Directorate: Human Nutrition Department
SALARY: R96 549 – R113 730 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE: Kalafong Provincial Tertiary Hospital
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Grade 10 and above or NQF Level 2. Knowledge of hygiene procedures and processes. Appropriate knowledge of food and food preparation. Good communication and interpersonal skills. Be able to work effectively within a team. Awareness of Batho Pele Principles. Previous experience in a Food Service / Food Related Sector will be an added advantage.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Ensure proper and effective catering service. Perform daily cleaning tasks; hygiene and sanitation in the kitchen. The preparation of food for normal; therapeutic diets and snacks. Assist with preparation of functions. Daily dishing up of food and distribution of meals to patient’s wards. Monitoring milk and bread issued to wards every morning. Transport food trolleys to different patient’s wards. Adhere to all Food Service Policies and Procedures. Be prepared to relieve in all areas of the Food Service Unit when required. Willing to undergo continuous training and development. Issuing of snacks and special diets to patients on therapeutic diets and where required. Milk kitchen duties when required. Be able to work shifts including weekends and Public Holidays.
TO ENQUIRE, PLEASE CONTACT: Dr. K.E Letebele-Hartell Tel No: (012) 318-6651
To APPLY, send your CV attached to a Z83 form to: Applications must be submitted to: Kalafong Provincial Tertiary Hospital, Human Resource Department, Private Bag X396, Pretoria, 0001. Hand Delivery at Kalafong Security Gate and sign in register book. Applicants must indicate the post reference number on their applications.
CLOSING DATE: 01 FEBRUARY 2019
NOTE: Applications must be filled on a Z83 form accompanied by a comprehensive CV highlighting or stating the requirements mentioned above; and certified copies of ID and qualifications. Failure to submit the required documents will result in the application not being considered. Medical surveillance will be conducted on the recommended applicants, at no cost. People with disabilities are welcome to apply.