Clinical Programme Coordinator Hiv/aids (hct

REF NO: ETH 15/2019 (X2 POSTS)
SALARY : Grade 1: R444 276 per annum. contribution to pension and Medical aid optional (Employee must meet prescribed conditions)
CENTRE : EThekwini District Office
CLOSING DATE : 18 October 2019

Grade 12 (Senior certificate) Standard 10 or (Vocational National Certificate) Degree/Diploma in General Nursing &Midwifery Current registration with SANC as General Nurse A minimum of 7 years appropriate/ recognizable nursing experience as a General Nurse Val Certificate of Service for previous and current work experience endorsed and stamped by HR Office must be attached Recommendations: Supervision or management experience in a HAST unit NIMART Training Knowledge, Skills, Training and Competence required: Report writing abilities Financial management skills Knowledge of District health system Strong interpersonal, communication and presentation skill Project management skills Ability to make independent decisions Ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines 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.

Ensure that clinical audits are conducted at a Sub-District level Provide support, guidance and mentoring to health facilities with an aim of improving quality of patient care Ensure that an orientation and induction programme is in place for newly appointed midwives Ensure Programme integration into Sukuma Sakhe Objectives Compile monthly, quarterly and annual reports and forward to Supervisor and respective Provincial Managers.
Ensure HAST Programmes implementation (ART/CCMT/HTS/TB and HIV integration in the district Analyze emerging health practices and trends and introduce remedial action in conjunction 86 with health care specialists Plan, organize and conduct community rallies and events that convey health messages and practices which support health programme strategies Participate in the formulation of the District HAST operational and business plans Monitor budget allocated for ART/CCMT/HTS Participate in activities aimed at fully integrating HIV and AIDS programmes to the main stream of PHC services Facilitate and hold district HAST quarterly meetings.
Support facility and sub- district HAST meetings Facilitate and conduct regular meetings with NGOs supporting the programme with the assistance of the HIV and AIDS trainer Coordinating trainings and updates for NGOs and Health Care Workers Promote preventive and promotive health services through community structures and organizations.
Work in close collaboration with other stakeholders to implement the HAST programme Ensure implementation and monitoring of integrated TB and HIV information systems in the district.

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