Medical Specialist: Clinical Haematology

PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: KWAZULU-NATAL DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
REF NO: MEDSPECHAEM TRAIN/1/2018 (Subspecialty Training -Fixed Appointment: 2 Years) Department: Clinical Haematology
SALARY : Grade 1: Medical Specialist R991 857 per annum all-inclusive salary package (excluding commuted overtime). Grade 2: Medical Specialist R1 134 069 per annum all-inclusive salary Package (excluding commuted overtime). Grade 3: Medical Specialist R1 316 136 per annum all-inclusive salary Package (excluding Commuted overtime).
CENTRE : Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital
CLOSING DATE : 22 June 2018

REQUIREMENTS :
MBChB or equivalent, FCP (SA), FCPath (SA) Haem or equivalent.
Current Registration with HPCSA as Specialist Haematopathologist or a specialist in Internal Medicine.
Knowledge, Skills, Training and Competency required: ability to work under stressful situations.
Ability to teach and supervise junior staff.
Middle Management Skills.
Knowledge of the ethical and academic basics of research principles.
Good administrative, decision making and communication skills.
Grade 1: The appointment to Grade 1 Requires appropriate qualification plus registration with the Health Professions Council of South Africa as a Specialist in Haematopathology or Internal Medicine.
Experience: No experience required.
Experience with managing haematology patients will be considered in the candidates favour.
Grade 2: Experience: Five (5) years appropriate experience as a Specialist in Haematopathology or Internal Medicine after registration with HPCSA as a Medical Specialist.
Grade 3: Experience: Ten (10) years appropriate experience as a Specialist in Haematopathology or Internal Medicine after registration with HPCSA as a Medical Specialist.

DUTIES :
As this is a 2 year fixed term appointment post for sub-speciality training in Clinical Haematology.
The applicant is required: To undertake clinical and academic activities required for the completion of the certificate in Clinical Haematology.
This will entail both training in clinical haematology and haematopathology as required by the training programme.
To efficiently execute duties which support the aims and objectives of Department of Clinical Haematology.
To provide specialist care for in patients and out patients in the Department of Clinical Haematology.
To supervise the training of registrars and medical officers.
To participate in the administrative responsibilities of the Department of Clinical Haematology.
To participate and contribute to the education, training, research and outreach activities of the Department of Clinical Haematology.
Assist with the setting of protocols for management of adult haematology patients.
Assist with the 101 development of clinical audit programmes in the hospital.
Develop measures to ensure quality assurance for the adult Clinical Haematology unit.