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Component: Amajuba Health District Office

SALARY : R464 466.per annum. Other Benefits: Rural allowance on a claim basis
CENTRE : Amajuba Health District Office

REQUIREMENTS : Valid Grade 12 or National Certificate plus, Bachelor’s Degree /Diploma in
Nursing. Current registration with the

South African Nursing Council. Minimum
of 7 years appropriate /recognizable experience in nursing after registration as
a Professional Nurse of which 5 years of

the period must be
appropriate/recognizable experience in MCWH. Registration with SANC as a
Midwife. Computer literacy: Ms Office Software application. Proof of detailed

current and previous work experience endorsed by Human Resource (only
when shortlisted) Recommendations National Diploma in advanced Midwifery

and Neonatal Nursing science. Valid Code EB Driver’s license (code 8)
Knowledge, Skills, Behavioural Attributes and Competencies Required: Strong

interpersonal and communication skills. Presentation /Facilitation skills.
Knowledge of HIV and AIDS Comprehensive plan. Knowledge on District

Health Systems. Knowledge of relevant regulation and policies. An
understanding of challenges facing the public Health sector. Ability to translate

and transform objectives into practical plans. Ability to prioritize work related
matters and to comply with the time frames. Financial management skills.

Project management skills. Ability to make independent decision.
DUTIES : Ensure implementation of the Standard Operating Procedures for bookings,

antenatal follow –up care and during delivery (intra-partum) and post –partum.
Improve clinical record keeping, data

collection and information flow of MCWH
activities. Identify gaps in service and plan and implement quality improvement
initiatives on an on-going basis. Ensure

effective communication, supervision,
training, performance management and relations with staff, policy

implementation and quality improvement initiatives. Ensure that clinical
strategies to manage health conditions contained under the MCWH are

implemented in all institutions/facilities. Monitor MCWH indicators which
measure health practices in institutions and communities and provide support

and report on findings to district health management team by conducting
support visits. Participate in district sub –district perinatal review and child

Health meetings. Assist facilities to develop quality improvement plans for the
MCWH and ensure their implementation. Participate in quality improvement

programmes reviews e.g. Ideal Clinic, Mother Baby Friendly Initiatives, etc.
Contribute to the development, implementation and monitoring of integrated.

District Operational plan for MCWH programme. Represent the district in
MCWH meetings. Plan, organize and conduct community rallies and events
that convey health messages and

practices which support elimination of
vertical transmission of HIV quarterly. Promote integration of health services.
ENQUIRIES : Mr. BR Khumalo Tel No: 034 328 7000

APPLICATIONS : All applications should be forwarded to: Mr. PB Sangweni: KZN Department of
Health, Private Bag X6661, Newcastle,

2940 or Hand delivered to: 38
Voortrekker Street, Newcastle

NOTE : Applications must be submitted on the prescribed Application for Employment
form (Z83) This is obtainable from any Public Service Department or from the

website form (Z83) must be accompanied
by detailed Curriculum Vitae. Applicants are not required to submit copies of

qualifications and other documents on application but must submit the Z83 and
a detailed Curriculum, Vitae. Certified

copies of qualifications, proof of
registration and other relevant documents will be requested from the shortlisted
candidates only which may be submitted

to HR on or before the day of the
interview. Original signed letter from your current employer, confirming current
and appropriate work experience related to

the requirements and
recommendation of the advert(only when shortlisted) The Reference Number
must be indicated in the column (Part A)

provided thereof on the Z83 form. NB:
Failure to comply with the above instructions will disqualify applicants. Persons

with disabilities should feel free to apply for the post. The appointments are
subject to positive outcomes obtained from the State Security Agency (SSA)

to the following checks (security clearance (vetting), criminal clearance, credit
records, and citizenship), verification of Educational Qualifications by SAQA,

verification of previous experience from Employers and verification from the
Company Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC). Applicants are respectfully

informed that, if no notification of appointment is received within 3 months after
the closing date, they must accept that their applications were unsuccessful.

Please note due to financial constraints, there will be no payment for S&T
claims. Males are encouraged to apply and people with disability should feel

free to apply. Employment Equity Target for this post is African Male, and
people with disability may feel free to apply.

CLOSING DATE : 10 February 2023

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