ULTRASOUND RADIOGRAPHER GRADE 1/2/3 REF NO: IMBALCHC 02/2020 (X1 POST)

ULTRASOUND RADIOGRAPHER GRADE 1/2/3 REF NO: IMBALCHC 02/2020 (X1 POST)

SALARY: Grade 1: R374 364.per annum

Grade 2: R440 982 per annum

Grade 3: R519 456.per annum

Benefits: Plus 13th cheque, Housing Allowance (provided the incumbent meets the requirements) – Employee must meet prescribed requirements and Medical Aid – Optional

CENTRE: Imbalenhle Community Health Centre, Pietermaritzburg

REQUIREMENTS: Senior certificate/Grade 12; National Diploma/Degree in Ultrasound PLUS Original registration with Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) in the Category Independent Practice: Ultrasound Current registration with Health Professions Council of South Africa for 2020-2021 in the category Independent Practice: Ultrasound Ultrasound Radiographer Grade 1: Four (4) years appropriate experience after registration with Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) as a Diagnostic Radiographer Ultrasound Radiographer Grade 2: Minimum of 14 years relevant experience after registration with HPCSA of which 10 years must be after registration in Ultrasound Ultrasound Radiographer Grade 3 – Minimum of 24 years relevant experience after registration with HPCSA of which 20 years must be after registration in Ultrasound Proof of current and previous experience endorsed and stamped by your HR (Certificate of service). Knowledge, Skills, Training & Competencies Required: Sound knowledge of Obstetrics and Gynaecology ultrasound, Sound knowledge of General ultrasound scans, Sound knowledge of Ultrasound procedures and protocols, Sound report writing and administrative skills, Computer literacy, Knowledge of relevant Health and Safety Policies, Regulations and Acts, Able to work autonomously, Sound communication, problem-solving, teaching and training skills, Good interpersonal relations and ability to perform well within a team.

DUTIES: Provision of high-quality ultrasound services according to patient’s needs; execute all ultrasound procedures competently to prevent complications; Perform general administrative, reception and clerical duties as required; Provide guidance and supervision to junior staff and students; Promote Batho Pele in the execution of all duties for effective service delivery; Inspect and utilize equipment professionally to ensure that they comply with safety regulations; Give factual information to patients and clients on ultrasound; Promote good health practices and ensure optimal patient care; Compile report and memos as required in the working environment Participate in Ultrasound quality improvement programs and compliance with National Core Standards; Participate in developing protocols to ensure that sonographic services comply with the required prescripts; Participate in continued professional development (CPD

ENQUIRIES : Dr. ZYNL Nzimande Tel No: (033) 398 9100 EXT: 9124

APPLICATIONS: Must Be Forwarded To: Human Resources Department Imbalenhle Community Health Centre, Private Bag X 9104, Pietermaritzburg 3200 or Hand delivered at Imbalenhle Community Health Centre- HR, Unit 3, Thwala Road, Imbali, Pietermaritzburg.

NOTE: Imbalenhle Community Health Centre is guided by the principle of Employment Equity Act; therefore, all the appointments will be made in accordance with the Employment Equity target of the institution. Preference will be given to African males and People with disabilities.

CLOSING DATE: 26 June 2020

Updated: June 18, 2020 — 06:24