Clinical Programme Coordinator Grade 1 (hast Program)Cape Winelands Health District

SALARY : R394 665 (PN-A5) per annum
CENTRE : Breede Valley Sub-district
CLOSING DATE : 06 October 2017

Minimum educational qualification: Basic R425 qualification (i.
diploma/degree in nursing) or equivalent qualification that allows registration with the South African Nursing Council (SANC) as a Professional Nurse.
(This dispensation is only applicable for posts of Clinical Programme Coordinator where it is an inherent requirement of the job, incumbent to maintain registration with the SANC).
Registration with a professional council: Registration with the SANC as Professional Nurse.
Experience: A minimum of 7 years appropriate or recognisable experience in nursing after registration as Professional Nurse with the SANC in licence and willingness to work overtime if and when required.
Ability to work independently.
Competencies (knowledge/skills): Experience in the provision of HIV/AIDS/TB/STI services.
Ability to analyse Health Systems information, compile and present statistical information.
Good communication, facilitating, and interpersonal skills.
Project Management and Financial Management skills.
Note: Shortlisted candidates will be subjected to a computer literacy test.
No payment of any kind is required when applying for this post.

Key result areas/outputs: Plan, coordinate and evaluate HAST program according to Community Orientated Primary Care principles.
Oversee the introduction of a HAST improvement package at PHC facilities and communities with good stakeholder management.
Validate and improve clinical record keeping, data collection and information flow of HAST data.
Provide onsite clinical care and mentorship and develop capacity amongst service providers at facility level to analyse routine data, review current systems, identify shortfalls in service, plan and implement quality improvement initiatives on an ongoing basis.
Policy implementation and quality improvement initiatives in PHC facilities and Communities, especially in strengthening the TB program in order to improve outcomes.

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