Professional Nurse Speciality (martenity) Grade 1 To 2

PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: KWA-ZULU NATAL DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
REF NO: GJGM 37/2019 (X1 POST) Component: Maternity Re Advertisement
SALARY : Grade 1: R383 226 per annum Plus 8% rural allowance Grade 2: R471 333 per annum Plus 8% rural allowance Benefits: 13th Cheque, home (Employee must meet prescribed policy requirements)
CENTRE : GJG Mpanza Regional Hospital
CLOSING DATE : 31 January 2020

REQUIREMENTS :
Grade 1 Diploma in General Nursing and Diploma in Midwifery Plus Advanced Midwifery.
Proof of registration with SANC (2019 receipt) A minimum of 4 years appropriate/recognizable experience after registration as a Professional Nurse with SANC in General Nursing.
Grade 2 A minimum of 14 years appropriate recognizable experience in Nursing after registration as a professional nurse with SANC in General Nursing.
At least 10 years of the period referred to the above must be appropriate/recognisable experience in the specific speciality after obtaining the one year Post Basic qualification in Maternity.
Attach proof of working experience endorsed by HR Department.
Knowledge, skills training and competencies required: Knowledge of Nursing Care, Processes and procedures, Nursing statutes, and other relevant Legal 82 frameworks, such as Nursing Acts, Health Act, Patient Right Charter, Batho Pele Principles, Public Service Regulations, Disciplinary Code and Procedures in the Public Service.
Leadership, Organizational, Decision Making, Problem Solving and interpersonal Skills within the limits of the public Sector.
Personal attitudes, responsiveness, professionalism, supportive, Assertive and must be a Team player.

DUTIES :
Provision of optimal, holistic specialized nursing care with set standards and within a professional/ legal frame.
Ensuring clinical nursing practice by the nursing team in accordance with the scope of practice and nursing standards as determined by the relevant health facility.
Ensure accurate record keeping for statistics purposes.
Ensure adherence to principles of IPC practices in the unit.
Assess and identify the relationship between normal physiological and specific system alterations associated with problems, disorders and treatment in pregnancy, labour, puerperium and neonates.
Plan management according to identified problems.
Implement plan of action in emergency situations according to protocols and guidelines.
Evaluate the response to management.
Participate in training, monitoring and research with a view to increasing the body of knowledge in the midwifery practice.
Assist Doctors in Management of Obstetric Emergencies.
Demonstrate an in depth understanding of legislation and related ethical nursing practices and how this impact on service delivery.

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