Operational Manager (speciality) Psychaitry

REF NO: OMSPEC/PSYCH/2019 Employment Equity for the Post Is: African Male
SALARY : R562 800 633 432 per annum Plus 13th Cheque, Medical Aid: Optional, Housing Allowance (Employee must meet minimum requirements)
CENTRE : Addington Hospital: Kwazulu Natal
CLOSING DATE : 24th January 2020

Degree/Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery.
Registration Certificate with SANC as a General Nurse and Midwife.
Degree/Diploma Post Basic qualification Advance Psychiatry Nursing Science.
Post Basic registration certificate accredited by SANC in the relevant Speciality: Advance Psychiatry Nursing Science.
Current registration receipt with SANC.
In-Service applicants to produce SAQA verification, may be requested from your Human Resource Dept.
Certified copies of certificates of service stating relevant experience as a Professional Nurse AND Professional Nurse (Speciality) experience in Psychiatry.
Updated Curriculum Vitae with email address indicated.
Experience: A minimum of 9 years appropriate recognisable experience in nursing after registration as a Professional Nurse with SANC in General Nursing.
At least 5 years of the period referred to above must be appropriate/Recognisable experience in the specific speciality after obtaining the 1 year post-basic qualification in the relevant speciality.
Recommendation: At least 1 hiatric Unit.
Must be indicated on certificate of service.
Degree/Diploma in Nursing Management would be an advantage Knowledge, Skills, Training and Competence Required: Knowledge of nursing care processes and procedures.
Knowledge of nursing status and relevant legal framework.
Knowledge of Human Resource Policies.
Operational Management, co-ordination, networking liaison skills.
Good communication, interpersonal relations, problem solving, conflict management skills.
Sound knowledge of disciplinary processes and grievance procedures.
Planning and organizing report writing skills.
People management and financial management skills.
Change management.
Knowledge of Occupation Health and Safety, infection control, medical waste and risk assessment and Mental Health Care Act and team building supervisory skills.
Basic computer literacy skills
Key Performances Areas: Manage and lead the unit in rendering efficient and professional nursing care as laid down by the Nursing Act.
Engages in clinical assessment of Mental Health Care Users in a specialised Psychiatric setting.
Work effectively, co-operatively, amicably at supervisory level with person of diverse 73 intellectual cultural racial or differences.
Ensure provision of optimal, holistic, specialised care in accordance with laws and regulations relevant to nursing and health care in the Unit.
Participate in training and research with a view to increase body of knowledge in a specialised psychiatric setting.
Implement standards, practices, criteria and indicators for quality nursing practices.
Maintain constructive working relationships with nursing and other s i.
e inter-professional and multi-disciplinary team work.
Exercise control and account for expenditure by managing and monitor utilization of human, financial and material resources.
Participate in the analysis, formulation and implementation of nursing guideline, practices, standards and procedures.
Manage effectively the utilization and supervision of human, financial, physical and material resources and services manage the disciplinary and grievance matters including monitoring and managing from absenteeism in terms of laid down policies and procedures.
Maintain professional growth/ethical standards and development of self and personnel, by analyzing their needs, formulating and implementing the training and developmental strategies and monitoring its effectiveness.
Ensure performance reviews for all staff in the unit i.
Participate in health promotion and illness prevention initiatives within the Institution.
Hours Of Duty: 40 Hours per week.
Shift work Day and Night duty.