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REF NO: NSEL 20/2023 (X21 POSTS)
Re-advertisement, those who applied previously should feel free to re-apply

SALARY : R627 474 per annum, 8% inhospitable allowance of basic salary, 13th cheque,
Medical Aid subsidy (Optional), Housing Allowance (Employee must meet

prescribed requirements)
CENTRE : Nseleni Community Health Centre (Umbonambi Clinic)
REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12/ Senior Certificate, Basic R425 qualification (i.e.

Diploma /Degree in
Nursing and midwifery) or Equivalent qualification that allows registration with
the SANC as Professional Nurse. Post

basic qualification with a duration of at
least 1 year in Curative Skills in Primary Health Care. Certificate of registration
with SANC as a General Nurse, Midwifery

and Primary Health Care. Current
SANC receipt (2023). A minimum of 9 years appropriate/ recognizable nursing
experience after registration with SANC in

General Nursing, at least 5 years of
the period referred to above must be appropriate/recognizable experience after
obtaining 1 year post basic qualification in Primary Health Care. Computer

literacy (Ms Word, PowerPoint, Excel etc.). NB: All shortlisted candidates will
be required to submit proof of work experience signed and stamped by their

employers prior to or on the date of interviews, those currently not in-service
will be required to submit a certificate of service from their previous employer/s

endorsed by HR. Knowledge of nursing care processes and procedures,
nursing statutes and other relevant legal frameworks such as: Nursing Act,
Health Act, OHS Act, Patient Rights

Charter, Batho Pele principles, Public
service regulations. Demonstrate in-depth understanding of nursing legislation,
related legal and ethical nursing practices. Extensive knowledge of National

and Provincial Clinical protocols to be followed as management of clients within
a PHC setting. Knowledge of HR procedures in the Public Service and Service

Conditions. Sound knowledge of norms and standards pertaining to quality
service. Ability to lead a team, develop and revise community profile with

Health risks prioritised. Leadership, supervisory, organising, decision making,
problem solving, conflict management skills. Knowledge of disciplinary and
grievance procedures.

DUTIES : Facilitate provision of integrated comprehensive PHC package in the facility
and implementation of quality improvement programmes to comply with NHI.

Develop the clinic operational plan, monitor implementation thereof and submit
progress reports. Ensure the facility attains the IDEAL CLINIC status. Ensure

implementation and monitoring of priority health programmes and ensure that
the expected targets are met. Participate in clinical audits in the facility and

ensure implementation of quality improvement plans supported by strong work
ethics. Supervise and support the community outreach teams and ensure

submission of reports. Manage effectively the utilisation and supervision of
allocated resources. Co-ordination of the provision of effective training and

research. Ensure Batho Pele principles, Norms and Standards and ideal Clinic
priorities are implemented. Maintain professional growth/ ethical standards and
self-development. Ensure staff

development and monitor staff performance
according to EPMDS. Analyse and interpret stats weekly and monthly and
facilitate implementation of remedial

action. Compile monthly stats and other
reports. Advocate for resources at management level and have input into the
budget for the clinic. Co-ordinate special projects and health promotion projects

in line with the health calendar. Establish and maintain constructive working
relation with staff and other stakeholders, maintain inter-sectoral collaboration
with other government sectors and provide

support to OSS activities. Exercise
control over discipline, grievances and other labour issues. Strengthen Nursing
ethics and professionalism amongst staff at the clinic. Strengthen Nursing

ethics and professionalism amongst staff at the clinic. Evaluate and monitor
compliance with clinical protocols, norms and standards at the clinic.

ENQUIRIES : Mr JM Sikhakhane Tel No: (035) 795 1027/ (035) 795 1468
APPLICATIONS : All applications should be forwarded to: The Assistant Director: HRM Nseleni

Community Health Centre, Private Bag X1031, Richards Bay, 3900 or Hand
delivered to: 645 Ubhejane Road, Nseleni Township between (7H30-16H00)

FOR ATTENTION : The Assistant Director: HRM
NOTE : Directions to candidates: The following documents must be submitted:
Applications for employment form (the

new amended Z.83 form must be used)
which is obtainable from any government Department or from website – Applications must

be submitted on the prescribed
application for employment fully completed (Z83) form and accompanied by a

detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) Only, stating applicants training, qualifications,
competencies, knowledge and experience. Documents as per minimum

requirements of the post will be requested from shortlisted candidates Only
on/before the date of interviews. The Reference Number must be indicated in

column (Part A) provided thereof on the Z83 form. NB: Failure to comply with
the above instructions will disqualify applicants. Persons with disabilities should

feel free to apply for the post. The appointment is subject to positive outcome
obtained from the State Security Agency (SSA) to the following checks

(security clearance vetting) criminal clearance, credit records, citizenship)
verification of Educational Qualifications by SAQA, verification of previous

experience from Employers and verification from the company Intellectual
Property Commission (CIPC). Applicants are respectfully informed that, if no

notification of appointment is received within 3 months after the closing date,
they must accept that their applications were unsuccessful. Applicants in

possession of foreign qualifications will be requested when shortlisted to
submit a verification certificate from the South African Qualifications Authority
(SAQA). Non-RSA Citizens/Permanent

residents/ work permit holders must
have documentary proof and submit it when shortlisted. Due to large number
of applications anticipated receipt of applications will not be acknowledged.

However correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. Please
note that due to financial constraints no S&T claims will be considered for
payment to candidates that are invited for

interviews. NB: People with
disabilities are encouraged to apply.
CLOSING DATE : 30 June 2023

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