Head Clinical Unit Grade 1 (medical: Anaesthetics)

PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: WESTERN CAPE DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY SAFETY
Directorate: General Specialist and Emergency Services
SALARY : R 1 550 331 per annum (A portion of the package can be structured according
CENTRE : George Hospital
CLOSING DATE : 27 October 2017

REQUIREMENTS :
Minimum educational qualifications: Appropriate qualification that allows registration with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) as 121 Medical Specialist in Anaesthetics.
Registration with a professional council: Registration with the HPCSA as Medical Specialist in Anaesthetics.
cal Specialist after registration with the HPCSA as Medical Specialist in Anaesthetics.
Inherent requirements of the job: Commuted overtime contract to contribute to after-hours service delivery is compulsory.
Valid (Code B/EB) Competencies (knowledge/skills): Literacy and proficiency in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape.
Computer literacy (Outlook, Excel, Word and PowerPoint).
Relevant statutory frameworks including Healthcare 2030, Best Practice Criteria, National Core Standards, EDL, Standard Treatment Guidelines.
Clinical service delivery in Anaesthetics and Critical Care.
Administrative, clinical and financial management of the Anaesthetics unit.
Note: No payment of any kind is required when applying for this post.

DUTIES :
Key result areas/outputs: Render an efficient and cost-effective Anaesthetics service to patients managed by the George Hospital and District Health Care Services in Eden and Central Karoo.
Ensure clinical governance for the Anaesthetics Service at both George Hospital and in Eden and Central Karoo.
Ensure the effective organisation of the operating theatre and the rational use of resources (including laboratory investigations, medication, consumables and equipment).
Deliver effective and efficient administration of the Anaesthetics Department.
Plan and partake in the training of staff, including UCT medical students.

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