Operational Manager Nursing (phc/adm/trauma) Night Duty

PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: KWAZULU NATAL DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
REF NO: KCHC OPM 08/19
SALARY : R562 800 R633 432 per annum Additional Benefit: 8% Rural Allowance
CENTRE : Kwa-Mashu Community Health Centre
CLOSING DATE : 18 October 2019

REQUIREMENTS :
Certified copy of Grade 12/Matric certificate or equivalent, Certified copy of Basic R425 qualification, Diploma/Degree in Nursing or equivalent qualification that allows registration with SOUTH African Nursing Council (SANC) as a Professional Nurse One year (1) post basic qualification in Clinical Nursing Science, Health Assessment, Treatment and Care (PHC).
Current registration with SANC as a Professional Nurse (2019 SANC receipt) A minimum of 9 (nine years) appropriate/recognizable experience in nursing after registration as Professional Nurse with SANC in General Nursing At least 7 (seven years of the period referred to above must be appropriate or recognisable experience in specific specialty after registration with South African nursing council proof of work experience (certificate Knowledge of nursing care processes and procedures, nursing statutes, and other relevant legal frameworks such as: Nursing act, Occupational health and safety act, relations act, Disciplinary codes and procedures, Grievance procedure, Financial and budgetary knowledge pertaining to the relevant resources under management, Insight into procedures and policies pertaining to nursing care, Leadership, organizational, decision making and problem solving abilities within the limit of the public sector and institutional policy framework, Interpersonal skills including public relations, negotiating, conflict handling and counselling skills and Computer skills in basic programs.

DUTIES :
Manager Night duty services by ensuring that high standard of care is rendered and accessed by health care users on night duty Manage, facilitate and coordinator provision of comprehensive package of service at PHC level, including priority programs and Quality improvement programs, in conjunctions with a professional and legal framework Assist and facilitate development of the operational plan, monitor the implementation and submit progress reports Conduct clinical/Nursing audits in the PHC and ensure implementation of the quality improvement plans supported by strong work ethics Display a concern for patients, promoting and needs, requirements and work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to ensure good nursing care that is cost effective, equitable and efficient Ensure effective allocation, utilization and monitoring of resources in line with cost containment plan.
Manage and coordinate smooth running and integration of the HAST program within the PHC services of the CHC on night duty Ensure implementation, monitoring and evaluation of EPMDS in the unit Manage and support education, in-service training, and participation in training and research Deal with disciplinary and grievance matters including monitoring and managing absenteeism Ensure Batho Pele principles, National core standards and ideal clinic priorities are implemented Provide safe and therapeutic environment that allows for practice of safe nursing care as laid down by the Nursing act, Occupational health and safety 83 act Ensure completion of accident/incident reports as they occur and timeous reporting Coordinate special projects and health promotion in line with the program goals of health calendar Ensure accurate collation, analysis and verification of data within the unit prior to submission Maintain constructive working relationship with all stake holders i.
e inter-professional and multi-professional and multi-disciplinary team Advocate and promote nursing ethos and professionalism in the CHC.

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