Operational Manager Nursing Speciality (operating Theatre) Level 10

Directorate: Nursing Department
SALARY : R499 953per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE : Mamelodi Hospital
CLOSING DATE : 11 August 2017

Grade 12(Std10) certificates, Basic qualification (diploma/degree in nursing) that allows registration with the South African Nursing Council as a Professional Nurse.
Registration with SANC and proof of current registration.
Diploma/ Degree in Nursing Administration /Management will be an added advantage.
The post basic nursing qualification of the duration of 1 year, accredited with SANC in Medical and Surgical nursing science (Neonatal Nursing) .
Have a minimum of 9 years appropriate / recognizable experience in nursing after registration as a professional Nurse with the SANC in General Nursing.
At least 5 years of the period referred to above must be appropriate /recognizable experience after obtaining the 1 year post basic qualification in Medical and Surgical nursing science (Operating Theatre).
Computer literacy.
Knowledge of all Legislation relevant to Health Care Service.
Deputize the Assistant Manager in her absence.
Ensure clinical practice by the clinical team in Accordance with the Scope of practice and Nursing Standards.
Teach delegates, monitor and evaluate performance/ appraise personnel.
Compile reports, analyses data, identify gaps and take remedial steps.
Ensure proper records keeping.
Manage and monitor the productivity and performance of staff with all relevant professional bodies.
Promote quality of nursing care as directed by the core standards.
Manage labour relation issues.
Ensure implementation of Government policies including stakeholders to improve service rendering.
Ensure management of multidisciplinary teams within the facility.
Provide comprehensive operating theatre nursing care.
Ensure effective and efficient coordination and integration of quality health care.
Work as part of the multi-disciplinary team on a supervisory level to ensure good nursing care by nursing team.
Work effectively and amicably at a supervisory level, with persons of diverse intellectual, cultural, racial or religious differences.
Able to manage own work, time and that of junior colleagues to ensure proper nursing service in the unit.