Operational Manager (speciality): Phc Or Adm

PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: KWA-ZULU NATAL DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
REF NO: STC 07/2019 (01 POST) Component: Emergencies, Minor Ailments Child and Adult, Crisis Centre, MOU, CSSD, CTOP Re-Advertisement
SALARY : R562 800 – R633 432 per annum Other Benefits: 13th Cheque, housing allowance (employee must meet prescribed conditions) Medical Aid (optional) and 8% Rural Allowance
CENTRE : St Chads CHC
CLOSING DATE : 27 January 2020

REQUIREMENTS :
Grade 12 or Senior Certificate.
Diploma/Degree in General Nursing and Midwifery.
One (1) year Post basic qualification in one of the relevant specialty.
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Clinical Nursing Science Health Assessment Diagnosis Treatment and Care (PHC), Diploma in Midwifery and Neonatal Nursing Science or Trauma and Emergency Nursing Science accredited by the South African Nursing Council.
Proof of registration with the SANC as General Nurse and Midwifery for 2020.
A minimum of 9 years appropriate/recognizable experience in nursing after registration as Professional Nurse with SANC in General Nursing.
At least 5 years of the period referred to above must be appropriate/recognizable experience in the specific specialty after obtaining the 1 year post-basic qualification.
Proof of current and previous experience.
certificate of service 74 endorsed by HR.
Recommendation: Diploma in Nursing Administration.
Computer literacy Knowledge of nursing care process and procedures, nursing statutes and other relevant legal framework.
Knowledge of policy directives information the provision of Primary Health Care.
Good verbal and written communication.
Decision making and problem solving skills.
Conflict management and negotiation skills.
Project management skills.
Knowledge of nursing care process and procedures, and other legal framework.
Good verbal and written communication and report writing skills.
Decision making and problem solving skills.
Conflict management and negotiation skills
DUTIES :
Provide comprehensive.
quality nursing care to patient/ clients in a specialty unit in a cost effective manner.
Assist in planning, organizing and monitoring of objectives of the specialized unit.
Manage all resources within the unit effectively and efficiently to ensure optimum service delivery.
Work as part of multidisciplinary team to ensure good nursing care.
Ensure compliance with all National, Provincial and professional rules and regulations and other prescripts in order to render a safe patient service and improve client satisfaction.
Carry out EPMDS evaluation of staff.
formulate training programs and participate in the training orientation and development of staff.
Participate in the analysis and formulation of nursing policies and procedures.
Provide direct and indirect supervision of all staff within the unit and give guidance.
Attend different meetings as required.
Provide for a safe.
therapeutic and hygienic environment.
Ability to recognize medical, surgical emergencies and obstetric emergencies and refer appropriately.
Analyze the operational imperatives set in the National PHC package service and ensure that all programmes are in place and indicators meets the targets.
Participate in outreach services/health promotions, disease prevention and support Sukuma Sakhe initiative.
Ensure establishment of highly motivated.
well developed and adequate Health Care workforce and promote Nursing Ethics and Professionalism.
Provision of quality comprehensive patient care in line with ideal clinic, realization NHI, NCS and Batho Pele principles.
Ensure data management implementation and monitoring.
Hours of Duty 40 hours per weekShift work (day or night) guided by service delivery needs.
Shift work may include straight shift and flexi hours and may include re-adjustments as required to provide adequate nursing coverage.