Medical Officer: Rehabilitation Grade 2

SALARY : R842 028 920 703 per annum (OSD)
CENTRE : Compensation Fund, Pretoria
CLOSING DATE : 20 November 2017

An MBCHB Degree.
DOH (Diploma in Occupational Health) will be an added advantage.
Minimum 5 years appropriate experience after registration with HPCSA as a Medical Practitioner.
Post-MBCHB clinical application in a disability setting.
Post incumbent may be required to travel to see patients and clients.
Knowledge: Public Service, Department of labour and Compensation Fund business strategies and goals, Directorate goals and performance requirements, Compensation Fund Services, Compensation Fund Value Chain and business processes, Public Service, Department of labour and Compensation Fund regulations, policies and procedures, Relevant stakeholders, Customer Service principles (Batho Pele Principles), Fund values, Required Information technology knowledge, Compensation Fund Information technology operating systems, DPSA guidelines on COIDA, Technical Knowledge.
Legislative Requirements: COIDA Act, Regulations and Policies, Public Service Act, Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHS), PFMA and National Treasury Regulations, Promotion of Access to Information Act, PAJA, Constitution Act 108 of 1996 (amended), General knowledge of the Public service regulations.
Skills: Required Technical Proficiency, Business Writing Skills, Required IT Skills, Fund IT Operating Systems, Strategic Leadership, Programme and Project Management, Financial Management, Change Management, Knowledge Management, Service Delivery Innovation (SDI), Planning and Organizing, Problem solving and analysis, Decision Making, Accountability, People Management and Empowerment (including developing others), Client orientation and customer focus, Communication, Work Ethic and self-management, Risk management and Corporate Governance, Medical Skills, Environmental Awareness.
Assist in the designing and implementation of rehabilitation and integration programme.
Assist in the management of stakeholder concerns, interests, and questions as they relate to the adjudication process.

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