Assistant Manager Nursing Phc

REF NO: GJC 10/2019
SALARY : R614 991 per annum. Other Benefits: 13th cheque, 12% rural allowance, Home owners allowance (employee must meet prescribed requirements), Medical Aid (Optional)
CENTRE : Umdoni (Ugu North Primary HealthCare)
CLOSING DATE : 18 October 2019

Grade 12 certificate, Diploma/Degree in general nursing and midwifery Post Basic qualification in Primary Health Care Current registration with SANC A Minimum of 10 years appropriate/recognisable nursing experience after registration as a Professional Nurse with SANC in General Nursing At least 6 years of the period referred above must be appropriate/recognizable experience after obtaining the 1 year post basic qualification in the relevant specialty.
Atleast 3 years of the period referred to above must be appropriate/recognizable experience at management license.
Proof of work experience (Certificate of Service) signed by Human Resource Manager Knowledge: Nursing care processes and procedures, nursing statutes, and other relevant legal framework such as Nursing Act, Occupational Health and Safety, Patient Right Chatter, Batho Pele Principles, Public Service regulations, Labour Relations act, Health Act and all relevant Health Acts and Policies Planning, Leading, Decision making and problem solving.
Financial and budgetary knowledge pertaining to the resources under management Insight into procedure and policies pertaining to nursing care Team building and interpersonal relations Good communication Skills.

Strategically lead and supervise PHC Services to provide quality care within the catchment area Manage and supervise all PHC units involving all stakeholders.
Ensure facilitation of an integrated planning and implementation of all services/programs aligning to those of the Department Analyze operational imperatives set in the National PHC Package, National Norms and Standards, Provincial Strategic plans, Policies and regulations for implementation and for better outcomes Ensure that nurses are practicing in realization of legislative policies and practices as according to SANC, Professional and ethical practices.
Ensure that all priority programs are implemented Facilitate community involvement and engagement Facilitate Data Management Be in a position to operate under pressure/extended hours.

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