Clinical Manager (medical) Grade 1

SALARY : Grade 1: R1 173 900 R1 302 849 per annum (All-inclusive package consist of 70% basic salary and 30% flexible portion that may) be structured in terms of applicable rules Other Benefits In-Hospitable Area Allowance (18% of basic salary) Commuted overtime (conditions apply) / the incumbent in the post would be required to enter into performance contract for commuted overtime.
CENTRE : Prince Mshiyeni Memorial Hospital Orthopaedics
CLOSING DATE : 24 January 2020

MBCHB degree or equivalent qualification plus Certificate of registration with Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) as a Medical Practitioner.
Proof of current registration as a Medical Practitioner with HPCSA.
Experience: Experience: Clinical Manager: Medical Grade 1: The appointment to grade 1 requires appropriate HPCSA as a Medical Practitioner.
NB There is no direct appointment to grade 2.
To progress from Grade 1 to 2 is through grade progression only.
Knowledge, Skills, Training and Competencies Sound knowledge and clinical skills in the holistic management of Orthopaedic trauma and pathology.
Ability to supervise and teach junior staff.
Good communication, interpersonal and management skills.
Sound professional and ethical values and a concern for excellence
Key Performance Areas: Direct, supervise and evaluate work activities of Medical Officers, registrars and medical interns Discuss, assist and consult with Head Clinical Unit (HCU) regarding service delivery issues, enhance public relations, coordinate activities and plans and promote health programmes Monitor and develop improvement plans regarding clinical output, new services and cost containment strategies Be responsible for clinical governance of medical services Offer a comprehensive quality care service to patients Effectively manage administrative functions.
and coordinate regular meetings with surgical team.
Optimally supervise, instruct and train junior personnel, including Registrars Render outreach and support services to other levels of care in our drainage areas Participate in academic activities at undergraduate and postgraduate level as required Participate in continuing medical education, as required by the Health Professions Council of South Africa.
Participate and manage the staff 64 labour relation when there is conflict among medical staff Delegating gathering of statistics to relevant persons