Assistant Manager Nursing: Primary Health Care Stream

REF NO: UMG01/04/18 Cluster: Umshwathi Sub District
SALARY : R546 315 – R614 874 per annum (as per OSD)
CENTRE : Umgungundlovu District Office
CLOSING DATE : 11 May 2018

Matric certificate, Diploma/Degree in nursing (General and Midwifery) PLUS 10 years experience as a Professional Nurse, Post basic qualification in Primary Health Care Plus 6 years experience in Primary Health Care environment after obtaining post basic qualification, Current registration with the South Africa Nursing Council (SANC) At least 3 years Managerial experience in PHC in an appropriate/recognizable environment preferable PHC, Valid Code 8 Drivers licence, Computer literacy: MS Office software applications.
Proof of current and previous work experience endorsed by the employer must be attached.
Recommendations: Diploma/Degree in Nursing Administration.
Knowledge, Skills, Training And Competencies Required: knowledge and experience in Public and Community Health, knowledge of policy directives informing the provisioning of Health Care in developing environment, ability to identify service delivery risks within the sub district and to facilitate corrective action by responsible entities, knowledge of Labour Relations and HR management practices, sound verbal and written communication skills.

Ensure quality of PHC services and implementation of quality improvement programme in line with the NHI.
Ensure establishment if highly motivated, well 69 developed and adequate health care workforce.
Plan, monitor and control utilization of budget and other resources allocated for PHC services in the Sub district.
Analyze the operational imperatives set by the strategic plans set by the Department of Health policies and Health programmes with the view to develop implementation strategies for the District.
Provide clear defined objectives and targets for the delivery of PHC services whilst simultaneously addressing specific health needs of Health care users in the sub district.
Co-ordinate, evaluate and monitor compliance with Primary Health care service delivery prescripts and initiate appropriate corrective measures.

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