Health Promotion Coordinator

PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: GAUTENG DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION DISTRICTS EKURHULENI NORTH (EN)
REF NO: DHS/HEP/001/19 (X2 POSTS)
Directorate: Health Promotion
SALARY : R257 508 per annum (Level 07) (plus benefits)
CENTRE : Johannesburg Health District
CLOSING DATE : 20 September 2019

REQUIREMENTS :
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Possess good understanding of the health sector at all managerial spheres (national, provincial and district level).
Demonstrate ability and competence to interpret legislation, policy, and strategy.
Must have appropriate 106 working experience and pure understanding of Behaviour Change Communication Strategies, Health Promotion principles and action areas.
Must be able to work independently, have good interpersonal relations, good organisational and coordination skills.
Must demonstrate potential to work under extreme pressure.
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Must be computer literate and can produce reports using excel, word and power point.

DUTIES :
Manage and coordinate implementation of health promotion programme within the district Conduct district needs assessment and disease profile analysis.
Develop Health implementation plans, mobilise and manage IEC resources.
Develop and coordinate implementation of Health Literacy plans including health education sessions, dialogues and campaigns in different settings: e.
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schools, health facilities, ECD centres, community and households.
Monitor and respond on the targeted Health Promotion priorities.
Conduct support and monitoring visits to sub-districts to ensure effective implementation of health promotion activities.
Facilitate and support the development of health promotion staff to inform them of the latest developments in priority areas requiring health promotion interventions.
Conduct monthly meetings with sub-districts to receive and provide feedback.
Assist in resource and financial management.
Establish and maintain partnerships with key stakeholders, e.
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programme managers, WBOTs, Local Authority, Community leaders, etc.
to address the social determinants of health and submit health promotion reports according to district and provincial requirements.
Should be able to assess and evaluate own performance and others performance in the unit.

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