Operational Manager Nursing Phc [phc Supervisor]

PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: KWA ZULU NATAL DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
REF NO: STAN 02/2018 (X1POST) Component: Stanger PHC
SALARY : R499 953 per annum Plus 8% rural allowance. Benefits: 13th Cheque, home policy requirements]
CENTRE : ILembe Health District Office
CLOSING DATE : 13 July 2018

REQUIREMENTS :
Grade 12 (Senior Certificate) Standard 10/or (Vocational National Certificate).
Degree / Diploma in General Nursing Plus (1) year post basic qualification in Clinical Nursing Science, Health Assessment, Treatment and Care (PHC) plus, Current registration with SANC as General Nurse and Primary Health Care plus, A minimum of 9 years appropriate/ recognizable nursing experience after 70 registration as General Nurse of which 5 years must be appropriate/ recognizable experience after obtaining the one year post basic qualification in Primary Health Care.
Valid Coexperience (certificate/s of service) endorsed and stamped by HR Office must be attached.
Knowledge, skills training and competencies required: Good report writing and time management skills.
Understanding of nursing legislation, ethical nursing practices and how these impacts on service delivery.
Ability to provide mentoring, team building, supervisory skills and couching to her/his supervisees.
Good communication, interpersonal relations, counseling, conflict management skills and decision making.
Knowledge of all applicable legislations such as Charter, Labour Relations Act, Grievance Procedures and Finance policies etc.
Leadership, organizational, decision making and problem solving, conflict handling and counseling.
Co-ordination and planning skills.
Ability to assist in formulation of patient care related policies.

DUTIES :
Implementation of Quality Improvement Plan.
Conduct patient satisfaction survey and waiting times for the clinics.
Ensure adequate control and allocation of Human and Material resources.
Facilitate that the clinics has functional clinic committees and ensures community participation.
Plan and monitor utilization of budget to ensure that the clinic functions within the allocated budget.
Supervise and monitor staff performance according to EPMDS.
Deal with disciplinary and grievance matters including monitoring and managing absenteeism.
Facilitate provision of clinical services, educational services and be involved in medical research.
Evaluate and monitor compliance with clinical protocols norms and standards within the clinic.
Analyze and interpret statistic including PHC Programme indicators.
Participate in Operation Sukuma Sakhe Programme.
Facilitate the realization and maintenance of Ideal Clinic Programme in the facilities.
Support PHC re-engineering by ensuring that outreach teams are functional.

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