Clinical Programme Co-ordinator- Hast Programme-district Office-

PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: KWAZULU NATAL DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
REF NO: ILE 01/2018 (X1 POST) Component: HIV, AID, STI, ARV& VCT Three Years Contract 84
SALARY : R420 318 per annum. Other Benefits: 13th Cheque, Medical aid: Optional and Housing allowance {Employee must meet prescribed condition}
CENTRE : ILembe Health District Office
CLOSING DATE : 27 July 2018

REQUIREMENTS :
Grade 12 (senior certificate) Standard 10/or (Vocational National Certificate), B.
Degree or National Diploma in General nurse & midwifery, Current registration with SANC, a minimum of 7 years appropriate / recognizable nursing experience after registration as Professional Nurse , Valid Drivers License [code 08].
Report writing abilities, financial management skills, empathy and counselling skills, strong interpersonal, communication and presentation skills, project management skills, ability to make independent decisions, an understanding of the challenges facing the public health sector.
Ability to translate transformation objectives into practical plans, ability to prioritize issues and other work related matters and to comply with time frames, proven initiative, decisiveness and the ability to acquire new knowledge swiftly, computer literacy with a proficiency in MS Office Software applications.
Proof of previous and current work experience endorsed and stamped by HR Office must be attached.

DUTIES :
Ensure that the Department of Health strategies for community based HIV and AIDS, Home Community Based Care and Operation Sukuma Sakhe are implemented in the entire District.
Coordinate community based HIV and AIDS prevention strategies including condom distribution.
Strengthen partnership with District AIDS council, local AIDS council and ward AIDS council.
Manage Chaplaincy programme, Coordinate skills development for CHF, Community Care Giver supervisors, Community Care Givers, Chaplains and Traditional Health Practitioners.
Facilitate linkage of ward based services to fixed PHC facilities.
Monitor indicators which measure health practices in the District, provide support and report on findings to district health management.
Network with other provincial departments inclusive of community based services thereby supporting the broader health care provision in the district.
Analyse emerging health practices and trends and introduce remedial action in conjunction with health care specialists.
Plan, organise and conduct community rallies and events that convey health messages and practices which support health programme strategies.

Powered by Feedburner