Lecturer Grade 1 (pnd1) / Lecturer Grade 2 (pnd 2) General Nursing Science (gns) 6 Posts

Directorate: Nursing Education and Training
SALARY : R340 431 291 per annum (plus benefits) PND1 R418 701 per annum (plus benefits) PND2
CENTRE : Chris Hani Baragwanath Nursing College
CLOSING DATE : 06 October 2017

Basic qualifications accredited with SANC in terms of Government Notice R425 (i.
Diploma/Degree in nursing) or equivalent qualification that allows registration with the SANC as a Registered Nurse.
Post basic qualification in Nursing Education registered with the SANC.
PN-D1, minimum of four (4) years appropriate/recognizable nursing experience after registration as Registered Nurse with the SANC in General nursing and Midwifery.
PND2 minimum of 14 years appropriate/ recognizable nursing experience after registration as a Professional Nurse, at least 10 years of the period must be appropriate experience in Nursing Education.
A thorough knowledge and application of the South African Nursing Council Code of Ethics, Nursing Standards of Practice and Scope of Practice and technology and programmes.
Sound communication, supervisory, report writing and presentation skills.
Ability to work in a team and under pressure.
Current registration with SANC.

The successful candidate will be responsible for, amongst others, the following specific tasks: planning, coordination and implementation of training programmes.
provide theoretical and clinical instructions, and conduct evaluations of General Nursing Science academic programmes.
clinical accompaniment, supervision and implementation of assessment strategies to determine student competencies.
exercise control over students.
provide student guidance and support towards attainment of minimum course requirements as set by SANC.
support the mission of the College by serving in Committees, attending and participating in meetings and College activities.
promote the image of the College.
participate in research relevant to Nursing Education.
develop, review and evaluate curriculum, and engage in own continuous professional development (CPD) related to own area of practice and to Nursing Education.