Clinical Programme Coordinator (mcwh)

REF NO: ETH 01/2020
SALARY : Grade 1: R444 276.per annum 13th Cheque, contribution to pension and Medical aid optional (Employee must meet prescribed conditions)
CENTRE : EThekwini District Office.
CLOSING DATE : 24 January 2020

Grade 12 (senior certificate) Standard 10/or (Vocational National Certificate).
Degree/Diploma in General Nursing &Midwifery.
Current registration with SANC as General Nursing.
A minimum of 7 years appropriate/recognizable nursing experience as a General Nurse.
Valid DrivCertificate of Service for previous and current work experience endorsed and stamped by HR Office must be attached.
Recommendation: Proof of computer literacy.
Knowledge, Skills, Training and Competence required: Report writing abilities.
Basic Financial management skills.
Empathy and counselling skills.
Strong interpersonal, communication and presentation skills.
Project management skills.
Monitoring and evaluation skills.
Ability to make independent decisions.
Understanding of the challenges facing the public health sector.
Knowledge of District health system.
Knowledge of Public Service Legislative prescripts.
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.
Ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines.

Ensure implementation of maternal health strategies.
Co-ordinate, facilitate and monitor implementation of MCHW programme in line with the District Health Plan.
Monitor the 80 implementation of strategies contained in the Health Programme Plan.
Ensure implementation of maternal health strategies.
Coordinate and facilitate child health services.
Provide support and ensure integration of sexual and reproductive health services in the facilities including reviving the Family planning services and dual protection is promoted.
Coordinate implementation of EPI Programme and HPV Campaign.
Provide support to health facilities to increase access to HAART for Pregnant Women and improving Post Natal Care.
Promote appropriate infant and young child feeding practices.
Strengthen implementation of PCR, tracking of positive one for ART initiation.
Monitor indicators which ensure health practices in the facilities.
Plan organised and conducts community rallies and events that convey health messages and practices which support the health programme strategies.