Gauteng Department of Health Jobs 2024

The Gauteng Department of Health is proud to announce a range of exciting Health job opportunities within the Tshwane region. This is a unique chance for passionate individuals to join a team that is deeply committed to making a difference in the lives of millions.

Available Gauteng Department of Health Job Opportunities

Below are the details of the available positions under the Gauteng Department of Health:

1. Medical Officer Specialist And Obstetrics Gynaecologist Grade 1

  • Reference Number: ODI/16/01/2024/01
  • Salary: R1 214 805 – R1 288 095 per annum (all-inclusive package Excl Commuted overtime)
  • Centre: Odi District Hospital

Minimum Requirements:

  • Basic medical degree (MBCHB) or equivalent.
  • Mmed Obstetrics and Gynaecology and FCOG.
  • Currently registered with the Health Professional Council of South Africa (HPCSA) as a Specialist with 0-5 years appropriate experience.

Duties:

  • Supervision of Medical officers, Consultants, ward rounds.
  • Conducting clinical drills.
  • Attendance and conducting of Maternal Morbidity and Mortality meetings.
  • Teaching of interns, participate in committees e.g., Resuscitation, NHLS + Blood users, Quality Assurance etc.
  • Development of SOP’s and guidelines.
  • Continuing medical education and any other Specialist duties.
  • Expected to do communicated overtime (night, weekend and public holiday).

Enquiries: Dr RT Motsepe, Tel No: (012) 725 2436/9

Applications:
Kindly forward your application to:

  • Odi District Hospital, Klipgat road, Mabopane, HR Section or
  • Posted to: Odi District Hospital Private Bag X509, Mabopane, 0190

2. Deputy Manager Nursing

  • Reference Number: CCRC/DPN/02/2024
  • Directorate: Nursing Department
  • Salary: R930 747 per annum (all-inclusive package)
  • Centre: Cullinan Care and Rehabilitation Centre

Requirements:

  • A basic qualification accredited with the SANC in terms of Government Notice R425 (i.e., Diploma/Degree in nursing) or equivalent qualification allowing registration with SANC as a Professional Nurse.
  • Must have a Diploma in Mental Health (Psychiatric Nursing) and Diploma/Degree in Nursing Administration. Nursing Education will be an added advantage.
  • A minimum of 9 years appropriate/recognizable experience in nursing after registration as a Professional Nurse with SANC in General Nursing, of which 3 years must be in a mental health (Psychiatric setting).
  • At least 4 years of the period referred to above must be appropriate experience at Assistant Manager Level in Mental Health (Psychiatric setting).
  • Computer literacy and Driver’s license are mandatory (Shortlisted candidates will be tested on skill).
  • Applicants must be able to work under pressure.
  • Understanding the application of the relevant statutes and policies governing Public Service, nursing profession, and corporate governance.
  • In-depth knowledge and understanding of the implementation of the National Strategic Plan for Nurse Education, Training, and Practice 2020/21 – 2025/26.
  • Knowledge and skills: strong leadership skills, good verbal and written communication skills, sound interpersonal skills, project management skills, financial and human resources management skills.
  • Ability to work independently and in a multidisciplinary context.
  • Analytical thinking, independent decision-making, and problem-solving skills.

Duties:

  • Provide guidance and leadership towards the realization of Nursing strategic plan, Strategic goals and objectives of the department.
  • Provide professional, technical, and management support for the provision of specialized quality patient care through the proper management of nursing care programs.
  • Advocate and ensure the promotion of nursing ethics and professionalism.
  • Develop and monitor the implementation of policies, programs, regulations, practices, procedures, and standards pertaining to specialized nursing care.
  • Manage the human resources efficiently and effectively to attain the departmental goals and objectives, utilize information technology and other management information systems to manage nursing information for the enhancement of service delivery.
  • Establish, maintain, and participate in inter-professional and multi-disciplinary teamwork that promotes efficient and effective health care.
  • Implementation of all legal prescripts/legislative framework related to nursing practice.
  • Demonstrate and manage resources in accordance with relevant directives and legislation.
  • Understanding of managing workplace discipline, well-developed communication, presentation.
  • Lead in the hospital quality assurance program, Infection Prevention and Control based on National Core Standards and Ideal Hospital Realization Framework and quality improvement activities.
  • Coordinate review of nursing interventions through comprehensive and ongoing assessment and risk analysis.
  • Maintain professional growth/ethical standards and development of self and subordinates.
  • Provide full-time technical and management support to the CEO and institution.
  • Implement Batho Pele Principles, Patient’s Rights Charter.
  • Coordinate nursing related research and development.
  • Support management in enhancing the image of the nursing department and improve the skills and competencies of the nurses.
  • Management of nursing projects and participation in hospital projects aimed at enhancing service delivery.
  • Knowledge of monitoring and evaluation or health care indicators for improved outcomes.

Enquiries:

  • HR Enquiries MB Mentoor Tel No: (012) 734 7020
  • Technical Enquiries: Dr Magadze TA Tel No: (012) 734 7000 x 202

Applications:
Applications should be hand-delivered to the following address:

  • Cullinan Care and Rehabilitation Centre, Zonderwater Road, Cullinan, or
  • Posted to Cullinan Care and Rehabilitation Centre, Private Bag X1005, Cullinan, 1000

3. Medical Officer (To Oversee Tshwane Health Sub-District(s))

  • Ref No: TDHS/A/2024/03
  • Directorate: HIV/AIDS, STI & TB (HAST)
  • Centre: Tshwane District Health Services

Salary:

  • Grade 1: R906,540 – R975,738 per annum
  • Grade 2: R1,034,373 – R1,129,116 per annum

Requirements:

  • MBChB Degree.
  • Registration with Health Professional Council of South Africa (HPCSA) as a Medical Practitioner.
  • A minimum of 3 years as Medical Practitioner after registration with the HPCSA.
  • 5 years’ experience in management and capacity building, training in the prevention, treatment, and care of HIV/AIDS, STI, and TB (DS & DR-TB).
  • Management of HIV/AIDS, STI, and TB in prevention, treatment, and care.
  • Practical experience in providing mentorship in Paediatric care treatment programmes.
  • In-depth knowledge of TIER.net application in clinical management.
  • Experience in health system strengthening will be an added advantage.
  • Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).
  • Communication skill (verbal and written).
  • A valid driver’s license.

Duties:

  • Provide clinical leadership and guidance for the implementation of HIV/AIDS, STI, and TB.
  • Offer expertise in areas of all sub-programmes of HAST, i.e., ART, TB, HTS, STIs, and Medical Male Circumcision.
  • Participate in strengthening comprehensive HIV/AIDS, STI, and TB care and treatment services in health facilities.
  • Build staff capacity to improve treatment outcome.
  • Guide HIV/AIDS, STI, and TB programmes in selecting appropriate and innovative intervention for HIV/TB care and treatment.
  • Monitoring tests according to national and international standards.
  • Ensure that HAST managers are kept abreast with innovation, latest development, and evidence-based trends in research and good practices in the field of HIV/AIDS, STI, and TB.
  • Attend meetings and workshops.

Enquiries: Ms. Tsholofelo Nkhodi, Tel No: (012) 451 9022 / 9040, Mondays to Fridays (07h30 – 16h00)

Applications:
Must be submitted to: Tshwane District Health Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, corner of Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Streets, Pretoria, 0001.
Note: Application box at 1st floor in the reception area.

4. Medical Officer

  • REF NO: TDHS/A/2024/04
  • Directorate: HIV/AIDS, STI & TB (HAST)
  • Centre: Tshwane District Health Services (To be placed at one of Tshwane Health Facilities)
  • Salary: Grade 1: R906,540 per annum

Requirements:

  • Appropriate qualification enabling registration with the Health Professionals Council of South Africa (HPCSA) as a medical officer.
  • Registration with the HPCSA as a medical practitioner.
  • Basic medical degree (MBCHB or equivalent).
  • Experience in district health service is advantageous.
  • Experience in general medical practice and management of HIV/AIDS, STI, and TB (DS/DR), Primary Health Care (PHC), and adherence to current guidelines.
  • Excellent clinical skills including consultation, history taking, examination, clinical assessment, and management procedures.
  • Good professional attitude, communication skills, ethics in patient, family, and community interactions, consent for treatment, teamwork ability, and medical records keeping.
  • Willingness to work or participate in outreach programs at any Primary Health Care facilities within the district health services.
  • Possession of a post-graduate diploma or relevant medical degree is advantageous.

Duties:

  • Facilitate and support the provision of PHC services in the district including clinics, Community Health Centers, and district hospitals as part of District Health Services.
  • Enhance clinical quality of PHC services through direct patient care, mentoring, and supervision of health care professionals within an integrated approach program.
  • Support the development of the clinical department of family medicine and engage in academic teaching and learning in family medicine and PHC within the district.
  • Assist in training activities for nurses, interns, and community service doctors within the district.

Enquires: Ms. Tsholofelo Nkhodi Tel No: (012) 451 9022 / 9040 Mondays to Fridays (07h30 – 16h00)

APPLICATIONS:
Applications must be submitted to Tshwane District Health Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, corner of Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Streets, Pretoria, 0001

5. Assistant Manger- Nursing PNB-4

  • REF NO: TDHS/A/2024/05
  • Directorate: Tshwane District Health Services
  • Salary: R683,838 per annum
  • Centre: Tshwane Health District Services: Phedisong 4 CHC

Requirements:

  • Matric / Senior Certificate / Grade 12
  • Basic R425 qualification (i.e., diploma/degree in nursing) or equivalent allowing registration with the SANC as a Professional Nurse
  • Post basic qualification in Clinical Nursing Science, Health Assessment, Treatment and Care (R48) or Advanced Midwifery and Neonatal Science (R212) accredited with SANC
  • Post Basic qualification of a minimum duration of one-year in Nursing Administration or Management or Health Care Services Management from a recognized and registered tertiary institution, recognized by SAQA (i.e., NQF level 7 or 6 for a Degree or Diploma respectively)
  • Current registration with the SANC as a Professional Nurse
  • Minimum of 10 years appropriate/recognizable nursing experience after registration as a Professional Nurse with the SANC in General Nursing
  • At least 6 years of the period referred to above must be appropriate/recognizable experience after obtaining the 1-year post basic qualification in the relevant specialty
  • At least 3 years of the period referred to above must be appropriate/recognizable experience at management level
  • Unendorsed & valid driver’s license
  • Computer literacy
  • Competency in computer use
  • Knowledge of relevant statutes and policies governing the public service and nursing profession
  • Knowledge of Performance Management and Development System
  • Knowledge and application of Nursing Act, Public Service Act, Public Service Regulations, Basic Conditions of Employment Act, Labour Relations Act, Public Finance Management Act, and Treasury Regulations
  • Understanding of the application of Batho-Pele principles, Patients’ rights charter, and quality assurance system
  • Well-developed communication, presentation, negotiation, and research skills
  • Operational and people management skills
  • Ability to interact with diverse stakeholders and health users and givers
  • Report writing skills
  • Facilitation and coordination skills
  • Problem-solving, planning, and organizing skills

Duties:

  • Provide comprehensive District Health Services covering various nursing services
  • Monitor Sub District performance targets and aspirations
  • Implement Batho-Pele principles and Patient Rights Charter
  • Ensure implementation of Quality Assurance determinations
  • Monitor development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of Quality Improvement Plans
  • Manage development, implementation, and updating of relevant Standard Operating Procedures
  • Ensure effective and efficient management of human, financial, and material resources
  • Manage labour relations affairs
  • Promote practice and compliance with ethical and professional expectations
  • Operate and manage relevant District Health Information Management Systems
  • Liaise the Health Centre with Sub-District, District, and all other essential stakeholders

ENQUIRIES: Ms R Kanama at (083) 358 5454

APPLICATIONS: Submit applications to Tshwane Health District Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, cnr Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Street, Pretoria, 0001

6. Operational Manager (PHC) (X1 Post)

  • Ref No: TDHS/A/2024/06
  • Directorate: Nursing
  • Centre: Tshwane Health District – Dilopye Clinic
  • Salary: R627,474 per annum

Requirements:

  • Matric / Snr Certificate / Grade 12
  • Valid ID
  • Basic qualification accredited with SANC in terms of Government Notice 425 (i.e., diploma/degree in nursing) or equivalent qualification allowing registration with the SANC as a General Nurse & Midwifery
  • Post basic nursing qualification (Primary Health Care / Nursing Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment) with a duration of at least 1 year accredited with SANC in terms of Government Notice No. 212
  • Post Basic (NQF level 7 for a Degree) or (NQF level 6 for a Diploma) qualification of a minimum duration of one-year in Nursing Administration / Management or in Health Care Services Management obtained from a recognized and registered tertiary institution, recognized by SAQA
  • Minimum of 9 years appropriate/recognizable experience in nursing after registration as a professional nurse with SANC
  • At least 3 years of the period referred to above must be appropriate/recognizable experience in nursing management
  • Should be able to demonstrate knowledge of legislations relevant to health care services
  • Computer literate
  • Possess a valid & unendorsed driver’s license including competency in driving
  • Shortlisted candidates will be assessed for computer-use competency
  • Correspondence & engagement will only be entered into with candidates who meet the requirements

Duties:

  • Plan, organize, and monitor the objectives of the PHC facility in consultation with District Management & Subordinates
  • Provision of Quality Nursing Care through the implementation of standards, policies, and procedures coupled with supervision and monitoring of implementation
  • Provide a therapeutic environment to staff, patients, and the public
  • Effectively manage the utilization and supervision of human, material, and financial resources
  • Coordinate the provision of effective training and research
  • Maintain professional growth / ethical standards and self-development
  • Implement & monitor aspirations of PMDS
  • Implementation and management of Infection Control and Prevention Protocols as well as Occupational Health & Safety Standards
  • Maintain accurate oversight of completion of patient records according to legal requirements
  • Operate and manage relevant District Health Information Management Systems (DHIMS); particularly producing top-end data
  • Participate in quality improvement programs and activities
  • Have insight and be able to conduct Ideal Health Facility Realization assessments
  • Have deep insight into OHSC processes and prescripts
  • Conduct periodical clinical audits
  • Participate in staff & student development activities
  • Exercise independent control over discipline, grievance, and labor relations issues according to existing policies and procedures
  • Identify, develop and exercise management of risk in the workplace
  • Liaise with the Sub District, District, and all other essential stakeholders

Enquiries: Mr. SR Makua at 073 450 7972; Monday to Friday and during office hours only

Applications:
Applications must be hand-delivered to Tshwane District Health Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, corner of Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Streets, Pretoria.

7. Operational Manager (PHC)

  • Ref No: TDHS/A/2024/07 (X1 Post)
  • Directorate: Nursing
  • Centre: Tshwane Health District – Bophelong Clinic (C)
  • Salary: R627,474 per annum

Requirements:

  • Matric / Snr Certificate / Grade 12
  • Valid ID
  • Basic qualification accredited with SANC in terms of Government Notice 425 (i.e., diploma/degree in nursing) or equivalent qualification allowing registration with the SANC as a General Nurse & Midwifery
  • Post basic nursing qualification (Primary Health Care / Nursing Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment) with a duration of at least 1 year accredited with SANC in terms of Government Notice No. 212
  • Post Basic (NQF level 7 for a Degree) or (NQF level 6 for a Diploma) qualification of a minimum duration of one-year in Nursing Administration / Management or in Health Care Services Management obtained from a recognized and registered tertiary institution, recognized by SAQA
  • Minimum of 9 years appropriate/recognizable experience in nursing after registration as a professional nurse with SANC
  • At least 3 years of the period referred to above must be appropriate/recognizable experience in nursing management
  • Should be able to demonstrate knowledge of legislations relevant to health care services
  • The candidate should be computer literate and possess a valid & unendorsed driver’s license including competency in driving
  • Shortlisted candidates will be assessed for computer-use competency
  • Correspondence & engagement will only be entered into with candidates who meet the requirements

Duties:

  • Plan, organize, and monitor the objectives of the PHC facility in consultation with District Management & Subordinates
  • Provision of Quality Nursing Care through the implementation of standards, policies, and procedures coupled with supervision and monitoring of implementation
  • Provide a therapeutic environment to staff, patients, and the public
  • Effectively manage the utilization and supervision of human, material, and financial resources
  • Coordinate the provision of effective training and research
  • Maintain professional growth / ethical standards and self-development
  • Implement & monitor aspirations of PMDS
  • Implementation and management of Infection Control and Prevention Protocols as well as Occupational Health & Safety Standards
  • Maintain accurate oversight of completion of patient records according to legal requirements
  • Operate and manage relevant District Health Information Management Systems (DHIMS); particularly producing top-end data
  • Participate in quality improvement programs and activities
  • Have insight and be able to conduct Ideal Health Facility Realization assessments
  • Have deep insight into OHSC processes and prescripts
  • Conduct periodical clinical audits
  • Participate in staff & student development activities
  • Exercise independent control over discipline, grievance, and labor relations issues according to existing policies and procedures
  • Identify, develop and exercise management of risk in the workplace
  • Liaise with the Sub District, District, and all other essential stakeholders

Enquiries: Mr. SR Makua at 073 450 7972; Monday to Friday and during office hours only

Applications:
Applications must be hand-delivered to Tshwane District Health Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, corner of Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Streets, Pretoria. Application box at 1st floor in the reception area.

8. Operational Manager Nursing (PN-B3)

  • Directorate: Primary Health Care
  • Ref No: TDHS/A/2024/08
  • Centre: Bronkhorstspruit Clinic
  • Salary: R627,474 per annum

Requirements:

  • Basic qualification accredited with SANC in terms of Government Notice R425 (Degree or Diploma in Nursing)
  • Post basic qualification in terms of Government Notice R48 with a duration of at least 1 year in Curative Skills in Primary Health Care (Clinical Nursing Science, Health Assessment, Treatment and Care) accredited with the SANC
  • Current registration with South African Nursing Council essential
  • Additional qualification in Nursing Administration/Management will be an added advantage
  • Minimum of nine (9) years appropriate and recognizable experience in nursing post-registration as a professional nurse
  • At least (5) years of the period referred above should be after obtaining a 1-year Post basic qualification in Clinical Nursing Science, Health Assessment, Treatment and Care
  • Knowledge of the application of Nursing Act, Public Service Act, Public Service Regulations, Basic Conditions of Employment Act, Labour Relations Act, Public Finance Management Act and Treasury Regulations
  • Understanding the application of Batho Pele Principles, Patients’ Rights Charter, and quality assurance system
  • Ability to communicate verbally and written
  • Good people management and presentations skills
  • Good communication (verbal and written), interpersonal, social mobilization, networking, and financial management skills
  • Computer skills, report writing, and presentation skills
  • Valid Driver’s license is essential
  • Demonstrate knowledge of legislation relevant to health care services

Duties:

  • Management of the facility by providing comprehensive Primary Health Care services to the communities
  • Ensure that nursing services are rendered according to the set norms and standards
  • Ensure implementation of departmental policies including Batho Pele Principles, Patients’ Rights Charter
  • Provide administrative services, as well as management of human, material, and financial resources
  • Ensure community involvement and liaise with stakeholders to improve service rendering
  • Use of technology to communicate (i.e., analyze data, documents, compile necessary reports, identify gaps and take remedial steps as well as overall Monitoring & Evaluation)
  • Manage Primary Health Care services
  • Ensure management of the multidisciplinary teams within the facility and ensure effective and efficient coordination and integration of quality health care services
  • Oversee, implement, and sustain Ideal Health Facility Realization program

Enquiries: Dr Moshime-Shabangu Tel No: (012) 451 9004 during office hours only (08h00-16h00)

Applications:
Applications must be hand-delivered to Tshwane District Health Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, corner of Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Streets, Pretoria. Application box at 1st floor in the reception area

9. Clinical Programme Coordinator Grade 1 (Training Coordinator)

  • Ref No: TDHS/A/2024/09
  • Directorate: HIV/AIDS, STI & TB (HAST)
  • Centre: Tshwane District Health Services
  • Salary: R497,193 per annum

Requirements:

  • Basic qualification accredited with SANC in terms of Government Notice 425 (Degree or Diploma in Nursing) or equivalent qualification that allows registration with SANC as a professional nurse
  • Minimum of four years appropriate and recognizable experience in Nursing post-registration as a professional nurse
  • Extensive knowledge of Primary Health Care with focus on HIV, AIDS, STI & TB
  • In-depth knowledge of global and national HAST policies and guidelines
  • Ability to manage multiple stakeholders with competing priorities
  • Other Skills / Requirements:
    • Ability to function under pressure and within a multi-sectoral team
    • Good verbal and written communication skills
    • Advanced computer skills
    • NIMART/ Basic HIV course will be an advantage
    • Valid driver’s license
    • Good knowledge of Primary Health Care services offered at PHC facilities
    • Computer literacy in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
    • Knowledge and training as APC trainer and trained in IMCI

Duties:

  • Perform needs analysis and work skills plan
  • Prepare and update a training programme for HAST
  • Plan, prepare, and present training according to the training plan to all categories of staff working in a PHC setting
  • Attend trainings of trainers’ courses in all health-related matters as needed
  • Conduct monitoring, evaluation, and assessment of training when required
  • Compile monthly, quarterly, and progress reports
  • Attend HAST meetings and workshops

Enquiries: Ms. Maswikana Sithole, Tel No: (012) 451 9022 / 078 771 7294

Applications:
Applications must be hand-delivered to Tshwane District Health Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Streets, Pretoria 0001

10. Clinical Programme Coordinator Child Health, EPI, CDC & Outbreak Response

  • Ref No: TDHS/A/2024/10
  • Directorate: Health & Outreach Programmes
  • Centre: Tshwane District Health Services

Salary:

  • Grade 1: R497,193 – R559,686 per annum
  • Grade 2: R575,898 – R645,720 per annum

Requirements:

  • Diploma in Nursing or B CUR
  • Diploma in Midwifery
  • Diploma in Management (an added advantage)
  • Other Skills / Requirements:
    • 5 years experience in Child Health; PMTCT, Disease Surveillance, Communicable Disease Control & Outbreak Response
    • Registration with SANC
    • Computer Literacy
    • Valid Driver’s License (Ability to drive manual car)

Duties:

  • Ensure availability and implementation of Child Health; PMTCT, Disease Surveillance, CDC; Outbreak Response Policies
  • Support PHC Facilities and District Hospitals to provide quality services
  • Provide training and support to clinicians on IMCI, EPI, PMTCT & Disease Surveillance
  • Plan and coordinate the application of clinical strategies associated with Communicable Diseases in the District through case investigation, outbreak control response, inspection, monitoring, and evaluation (e.g. TB, Malaria, Rabies, Vaccine Preventable diseases, COVID-19, etc.)
  • Review case report forms submitted by facilities for completeness, timeliness, adherence to policies, and institution of control measures
  • Respond to general questions from the Public, Health providers, Private sector, etc. about Communicable diseases affecting the community and communicate the risks, prevention, and control measures associated with communicable diseases
  • Monitor indicators/surveillance data that measure health practices in the Sub District, to provide support and report on findings to district health management
  • Network with other provincial departments and NGOs to maintain a referral service for community members inclusive of community-based services thereby supporting the broader health care provision in the district
  • Analyze emerging health practices and trends and introduce remedial action in conjunction with health care specialists
  • Plan, organize, and conduct catch-up campaigns and events that convey health messages and practices that support the prevention and control of communicable diseases

Enquiries: Mrs. Mari van der Westhuizen Tel No: (012) 451 9018

Applications:
Applications must be submitted to Tshwane District Health Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, Cnr Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Street, Pretoria, 0001, Application Box, First Floor Reception.

11. PN-B1 & PN-B2: Clinical Nurse Practitioner (PHC)

  • Ref No: TDHS/A/2024/11 (X1 Post)
  • Directorate: Nursing
  • Centre: Tshwane Health District – Dilopye Clinic

Salary:

  • (PN-B1): R431,265 – R497,193 per annum
  • (PN-B2): R528,696 – R645,720 per annum

Requirements:

  • Minimum Qualifications: Grade 12/Matric
  • Basic R425 qualification (i.e., diploma or degree in nursing) or equivalent qualification that allows registration with the South African Nursing Council (SANC) as Professional Nurse
  • Post basic qualification with a duration of at least 1 year in Diploma in Clinical Nursing Science Health Assessment, Treatment and Care (R48) accredited with SANC
  • Grade 1: minimum of 4 years appropriate/recognizable experience in nursing after registration as Professional Nurse with the SANC in General Nursing
  • Grade 2: A minimum of 14 years appropriate/recognizable experience after registration as Professional Nurse with the SANC in General Nursing
  • At least 10 years of the period referred to above must be appropriate/recognizable experience after obtaining the 1-year post-basic qualification as mentioned above
  • Other Skills/ Requirements:
    • Ability to plan and organize own work and that of support personnel to ensure proper nursing care
    • Effective communication with all stakeholders & report writing aptitude
    • Work as part of the MDT to ensure good nursing care and outcomes
    • Display uncompromising concern for patients, promoting and advocating proper treatment and care including awareness and willingness to respond to patients’ needs, requirements and expectations (Batho Pele)
    • Demonstrate an understanding of nursing legislation and other related legal frameworks
    • Competency in processes of the Ideal Health Facility Realization Programme as well as prescripts of the Office of the Health Standards Compliance (OHSC)
    • Valid & unendorsed driver’s license is essential

Duties:

  • Manage and provide clinical comprehensive PHC service in line with the existing legislative prescripts
  • Provide more complex and advanced comprehensive nursing treatment and care to patients in a cost-effective, efficient and equitable manner
  • Act as shift leader, plan and implement health promotion and prevention activities
  • Link to the community structures and community-based services
  • Competently collect and manage data generated and be able to report on it
  • Exercise and maintain high and quality record-keeping standards
  • Oversee and supervise subordinates within the facility
  • Provide PHC services to other facilities in Sub-District 3 & 4 as when the need arises and so asked

Enquiries: Sr Martha Setlare at 073 904 4548 (Monday to Friday; during working hours only)

Applications:
Applications must be hand-delivered to Tshwane District Health Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, corner of Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Streets, Pretoria. Application box at 1st floor in the reception area

12. PN-B1 & PNB-2: Clinical Nurse Practitioner (PHC) (X2 Posts)

  • Ref No: TDHS/A/2024/12
  • Directorate: Nursing
  • Centre: Laudium CHC

Salary:

  • (PN-B1): R431,265 – R497,193 per annum
  • (PN-B2): R528,696 – R645,720 per annum

Requirements:

  • Minimum Qualifications: Grade 12/Matric.
  • Basic R425 qualification (i.e., diploma or degree in nursing) or equivalent qualification that allows registration with the South African Nursing Council (SANC) as Professional Nurse.
  • Post basic qualification with a duration of at least 1 year in Diploma in Clinical Nursing Science Health Assessment, Treatment and Care (R48) accredited with SANC.
  • Grade 1: minimum of 4 years appropriate/recognizable experience in nursing after registration as Professional Nurse with the SANC in General Nursing.
  • Grade 2: A minimum of 14 years appropriate/recognizable experience after registration as Professional Nurse with the SANC in General Nursing.
  • At least 10 years of the period referred to above must be appropriate/recognizable experience after obtaining the 1-year post-basic qualification as mentioned above.
  • Other Skills/ Requirements:
    • Ability to plan and organize own work and that of support personnel to ensure proper nursing care.
    • Effective communication with all stakeholders & report writing aptitude.
    • Work as part of the MDT to ensure good nursing care and outcomes.
    • Display uncompromising concern for patients, promoting and advocating proper treatment and care including awareness and willingness to respond to patients’ needs, requirements, and expectations (Batho Pele).
    • Demonstrate an understanding of nursing legislation and other related legal frameworks.
    • Competency in processes of the Ideal Health Facility Realization Programme as well as prescripts of the Office of the Health Standards Compliance (OHSC).
    • Valid & unendorsed driver’s license is essential.

Duties:

  • Manage and provide clinical comprehensive PHC service in line with the existing legislative prescripts.
  • Provide more complex and advanced comprehensive nursing treatment and care to patients in a cost-effective, efficient and equitable manner.
  • Act as shift leader, plan and implement health promotion and prevention activities.
  • Link to the community structures and community-based services.
  • Competently collect and manage data generated and be able to report on it.
  • Exercise and maintain high and quality record-keeping standards.
  • Oversee and supervise subordinates within the facility.
  • Provide PHC services to other facilities in Sub-District 3 & 4 as when the need arises and so asked.

Enquires: Sr PE Tshivhase at 083 225 9281 (Monday to Friday; during working hours only)

Applications:
Applications must be hand-delivered to Tshwane District Health Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, corner of Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Streets, Pretoria

13. PN-B1 & PN-B2: Clinical Nurse Practitioner (PHC) (X3 POSTS)

  • REF NO: TDHS/A/2024/13
  • Directorate: Nursing
  • Centre: Refentse Clinic

Salary:

  • (PN-B1): R431,265 – R497,193 per annum
  • (PN-B2): R528,696 – R645,720 per annum

Requirements:

  • Minimum Qualifications: Grade 12/Matric.
  • Basic R425 qualification (i.e., diploma or degree in nursing) or equivalent qualification that allows registration with the South African Nursing Council (SANC) as Professional Nurse.
  • Post basic qualification with a duration of at least 1 year in Diploma in Clinical Nursing Science Health Assessment, Treatment and Care (R48) accredited with SANC.
  • Grade 1: minimum of 4 years appropriate/recognizable experience in nursing after registration as Professional Nurse with the SANC in General Nursing.
  • Grade 2: A minimum of 14 years appropriate/recognizable experience after registration as Professional Nurse with the SANC in General Nursing.
  • At least 10 years of the period referred to above must be appropriate/recognizable experience after obtaining the 1-year post-basic qualification as mentioned above.
  • Other Skills/ Requirements:
    • Ability to plan and organize own work and that of support personnel to ensure proper nursing care.
    • Effective communication with all stakeholders & report writing aptitude.
    • Work as part of the MDT to ensure good nursing care and outcomes.
    • Display uncompromising concern for patients, promoting and advocating proper treatment and care including awareness and willingness to respond to patients’ needs, requirements, and expectations (Batho Pele).
    • Demonstrate an understanding of nursing legislation and other related legal frameworks.
    • Competency in processes of the Ideal Health Facility Realization Programme as well as prescripts of the Office of the Health Standards Compliance (OHSC).
    • Valid & unendorsed driver’s license is essential.

Duties:

  • Manage and provide clinical comprehensive PHC service in line with the existing legislative prescripts.
  • Provide more complex and advanced comprehensive nursing treatment and care to patients in a cost-effective, efficient, and equitable manner.
  • Act as shift leader, plan and implement health promotion and prevention activities.
  • Link to the community structures and community-based services.
  • Competently collect and manage data generated and be able to report on it.
  • Exercise and maintain high and quality record-keeping standards.
  • Oversee and supervise subordinates within the facility.
  • Provide PHC services to other facilities in Sub-District 3 & 4 as when the need arises and so asked.

Enquries: MR SR Makua at 073 450 7972 (Monday to Friday; during working hours only)

Applications:
Applications must be hand-delivered to Tshwane District Health Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, corner of Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Streets, Pretoria. Application box at 1st floor in the reception area

14. Clinical Nurse Practitioner (Advanced Midwife) (X3 POSTS)

  • REF NO: TDHS/A/2024/14
  • Directorate: Nursing
  • Centre: THDS: Refentse Clinic

Salary:

  • (PN-B1) R431,265 – R497,193 per annum
  • (PN-B2) R528,696 – R645,720 per annum

Requirements:

  • Basic qualification accredited with SANC in terms of Government Notice R425 (Degree or Diploma in Nursing) or equivalent qualification that allows registration with the SANC as a professional nurse.
  • Post basic nursing qualification (PHC), with a duration of at least 1 year accredited with SANC in terms government notice no 212.
  • A Post Basic (NQF level 7 for a Degree) or (NQF level 6 for a Diploma).
  • Grade 1: A minimum of 4 years appropriate/recognizable experience in nursing after registration as Professional Nurse with the SANC in General Nursing. At least 1 year of the appropriate/recognizable experience after obtaining the 1-year Post Basic Qualification in the relevant specialty (Advanced Midwifery).
  • Grade 2: A minimum of 14 years appropriate/recognizable experience in nursing after registration as Professional Nurse with the SANC in General Nursing. At least 10 years of the period referred to above must be appropriate/recognizable experience in the specific specialty after obtaining the 1-year post-basic qualification in the relevant specialty.
  • A valid Driver’s license and computer literacy are essential.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of legislation relevant to health care services.

Duties:

  • Management of the facility by providing comprehensive Primary Health Care services to the communities.
  • Render and supervise 24-hour services in a Maternity Unit.
  • Safe-guard the overall well-being of mothers and babies.
  • Implement strategies to avert or decrease Maternal & Child mortalities & morbidities.
  • Ensure that nursing services, including maternal & child services are rendered according to the set norms and standards.
  • Ensure implementation of departmental policies including Batho Pele Principles, Patients’ Rights Charter.
  • Participate in the implementation of Ideal Clinic, OHSC, occupational Health and Safety policy, complaints/compliments and suggestion guidelines and monitoring of compliance.
  • Implementation of patient safety incidents guidelines, infection prevention and control guidelines/policies.
  • Implementation and monitoring of Health Care Waste compliance.
  • Participation and implementation of quality improvement plans.
  • Render comprehensive Primary health care Services to the patients.

Enquires: Sr JB Ratshwene at 078 570 8380 (Monday to Friday; during working hours only)

Applications:
Applications must be hand-delivered to Tshwane District Health Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, corner of Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Streets, Pretoria. Application box at 1st floor in the reception area

15. Quality Assurance Coordinator: Nurse

  • REF NO: CCRC/QA/01/2024
  • Directorate: Nursing Services
  • Centre: Cullinan Care & Rehabilitation Centre
  • Salary: R497,193 per annum, plus benefits

Requirements:

  • Basic R425 qualification, i.e., Diploma/Degree or equivalent qualification leading to registration with SANC to practice as a registered nurse.
  • A minimum of 03 years appropriate and recognizable nursing experience after registration as a professional nurse.
  • At least three years of the period referred to above must be recognizable/appropriate experience in quality assurance activities in a hospital environment.
  • A valid driving license.
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines.
  • Ability to collect, analyze and report writing (and verbal) skills.
  • Analytical, problem-solving and positive interpersonal.
  • Basic operations of computer technology, i.e., Word, Powerpoint, OUTLOOK, INTERNET, and EXCEL.
  • A working and current knowledge of strategic planning, project management, and Ideal Hospital Framework standards.
  • People-centered and Power-point presentation skills.
  • Teaching and training.
  • Clinical document auditing.
  • Ability to translate objectives into practical plans.
  • Ability to work independently and prioritize issues and other work-related matters to comply with time frames.

Duties:

  • Encourage and coordinate the activities of the quality assurance programmes.
  • Conduct team and individual inspections to ensure that Quality Assurance plans are implemented and that practices are according to Ideal Hospital Quality Framework.
  • Provide training and guidance where indicated to inculcate a culture of service delivery in all service areas.
  • Monitor Quality Assurance indicators and report thereon to assist in the improvement of service delivery.
  • Ensure that Quality Assurance committees are active.
  • Involve quality champions and staff in quality improvement projects and facilitate that significant individual performance and positive quality culture is recognized and rewarded.
  • Identify best practice and help units to implement to advance Quality Assurance standards.
  • Work with internal and external stakeholders as appropriate to the institution.
  • Perform quality improvement audits and submit to senior management on deadlines.
  • Identify, facilitate and coordinate all Quality Improvement Plans.
  • Ensure that all units conduct Patients Experience of Care and Waiting Times Surveys.
  • Ensure planning, coordination, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Quality Assurance programmes within the institution.
  • Coordinate all aspects of Ideal Hospital Framework, including assessments and activities to accreditations.
  • Participate in and or lead peer review assessments.
  • Provide training and update clinical and non-clinical staff on quality issues.
  • Ensure clinical and nursing audits are conducted to evaluate patient care and attend mortality and morbidity meetings.
  • Participate in Patient safety incidents, complaints, and various other related committee meetings to improve quality of care and service user’s satisfaction.
  • Coordinate and support activities for service excellence.
  • Effective management of human and material resources in line with PDFMA.
  • Oversight of infection prevention and control program.

Enquires:

  • HR Enquiries Mentoor Tel No: (012) 734 7020
  • Technical Enquiries: Dr Magadze TA Tel No: (012) 734 7000

Applications:
Applications should be hand-delivered to the following address:

  • Cullinan Care and Rehabilitation Centre, Zonderwater Road, Cullinan,
  • Posted to Cullinan Care and Rehabilitation Centre, Private Bag X1005, Cullinan, 1000

16Dietician Production Grade 1

  • REF NO: CCRC/DT/01/2024
  • Directorate: Therapeutic Services
  • Centre: Cullinan Care and Rehabilitation Centre (Art Clinic)
  • Salary: R359,622 per annum (all-inclusive package)

Requirements:

  • An appropriate qualification (BSc/B Degree) in Dietetics that allows for registration with the HPCSA as a Dietician.
  • Current registration with HPCSA as a Dietician.
  • Completion of 1 year Community Service as a Dietician.
  • A valid driver’s license will be an added advantage.
  • Knowledge of and experience in implementing the integrated nutrition program.
  • Sound knowledge of nutrition for people living with HIV/AIDS and TB.
  • Excellent counseling skills.
  • Sound knowledge of clinical theory, practice, and ethics relating to the delivery of Dietetics-service within a hospital setting.
  • Knowledge of current Health and public service legislation, regulations, and policies.
  • Good communication skills (verbal and writing).
  • Computer skills e.g., (Microsoft office).
  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work in a multi-disciplinary team and in a changing environment and under pressure.

Duties:

  • Provide Dietetics services to patients.
  • Effectively render optimal, cost-effective, and evidence-based nutritional care in a public setting according to targets.
  • Perform and complete administrative functions including report writing and provide relevant statistics to support the smooth running of the Dietetics department.
  • Assist with the development and implementation of departmental strategic, financial, and operational plans.
  • Ensure departmental standards are maintained.
  • Participate in the training of Dietetics students.
  • Provide appropriate, relevant, and cost-effective input in the food service provision to patients.
  • Apply nutritional practices.
  • Assist with the ongoing development of clinical guidelines, policies, and procedures.
  • Assist with management of the Food service unit.

Enquiries:

  • HR Enquiries Mentoor Tel No: (012) 734 7020
  • Technical Enquiries: Ms. M.Q Mashilwane TA Tel No: (012) 734 7000

Applications:
Applications should be hand-delivered to the following address:

  • Cullinan Care and Rehabilitation Centre, Zonderwater Road, Cullinan, or
  • Posted to Cullinan Care and Rehabilitation Centre, Private Bag X1005, Cullinan, 1000

17. Professional Nurse – General Nurse (X2 Posts)

  • REF NO: TDHS/A/2024/15
  • Directorate: Nursing
  • Centre: Laudium CHC
  • Salary: Grade 1 – Grade 3: R293,670 – R543,969 per annum

Requirements:

  • Minimum Qualifications: Grade 12/Matric.
  • Basic R425 qualification (i.e., diploma or degree in nursing) or equivalent qualification that allows registration with the South African Nursing Council (SANC) as a Professional Nurse and a midwife.
  • Current registration with SANC as a professional nurse.
  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of relevant policies, protocols, and guidelines.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team.
  • Ability to plan and organize own work and that of support personnel to ensure proper nursing care.
  • Effective communication with all stakeholders & report writing aptitude.
  • Ability to work as part of the MDT to ensure good nursing care and outcomes.
  • Display uncompromising concern for patients, promoting and advocating proper treatment and care including awareness and willingness to respond to patients’ needs, requirements, and expectations (Batho Pele).
  • Demonstrate an understanding of nursing legislation and other related legal frameworks.
  • Competency in processes of the Ideal Health Facility Realization Programme as well as prescripts of the Office of the Health Standards Compliance (OHSC).
  • Valid & unendorsed driver’s license is essential.

Duties

  • Assess and evaluate patients’ needs for care.
  • Provide nursing interventions accurately and keep records of all patient information.
  • Implement physicians’ prescriptions, administer medication, start intravenous fluids, and perform as requested.
  • Carry out daily tasks as delegated.
  • Participate in quality improvement activities in the facility.
  • Keep and submit accurate weekly, monthly, and quarterly statistics/reports.
  • Collaborate with all health workers to provide comprehensive care to all patients.
  • Proper control of stock, medicine, and equipment in appropriate records.

Enquires: Ms. DE Chiloane at 083 358 9336

Applications:
Applications must be hand-delivered to Tshwane District Health Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, corner of Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Streets, Pretoria

18. Professional Nurse – General Nurse (X2 POSTS)

  • Directorate: Nursing
  • REF NO: TDHS/A/2024/16
  • Salary: Grade 1 – Grade 3: R293,670 – R543,969 per annum
  • Centre: Refentse Clinic

Requirements:

  • Minimum Qualifications: Grade 12/Matric.
  • Basic R425 qualification (i.e., diploma or degree in nursing) or equivalent qualification that allows registration with the South African Nursing Council (SANC) as a Professional Nurse and a midwife.
  • Current registration with SANC as a professional nurse.
  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of relevant policies, protocols, and guidelines.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team.
  • Ability to plan and organize own work and that of support personnel to ensure proper nursing care.
  • Effective communication with all stakeholders & report writing aptitude.
  • Ability to work as part of the MDT to ensure good nursing care and outcomes.
  • Display uncompromising concern for patients, promoting and advocating proper treatment and care including awareness and willingness to respond to patients’ needs, requirements, and expectations (Batho Pele).
  • Demonstrate an understanding of nursing legislation and other related legal frameworks.
  • Competency in processes of the Ideal Health Facility Realization Programme as well as prescripts of the Office of the Health Standards Compliance (OHSC).
  • Valid & unendorsed driver’s license is essential.

Duties:

  • Assess and evaluate patients’ needs for care.
  • Provide nursing interventions accurately and keep records of all patient information.
  • Implement physicians’ prescriptions, administer medication, start intravenous fluids, and perform as requested.
  • Carry out daily tasks as delegated.
  • Participate in quality improvement activities in the facility.
  • Keep and submit accurate weekly, monthly, and quarterly statistics/reports.
  • Collaborate with all health workers to provide comprehensive care to all patients.
  • Proper control of stock, medicine, and equipment in appropriate records.

Enquires: Ms. DE Chiloane at 083 358 9336

Applications:
Applications must be hand-delivered to Tshwane District Health Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, corner of Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Streets, Pretoria.

19. Post Basic Pharmacist Assistants (X1 POST)

  • REF NO: TDHS/A/2024/18
  • Directorate: Tshwane Health District
  • Centre: Tshwane Sub-District 2 (Refentse Clinic)
  • Salary: R239,682 per annum (Salary will be in line with OSD regulations with regards to years of experience after registration).

Requirements:

  • Grade 12 or equivalent qualification.
  • Appropriate Post-Basic Pharmacist Assistant qualification that allows for registration with the SAPC as a Pharmacist Assistant (Post-Basic).
  • Registration with the South African Pharmacy Council (SAPC) as a Post-Basic Pharmacist Assistant.
  • Current annual registration.
  • At least 3 years appropriate experience as a Pharmacist Assistant (Post-basic).
  • Candidates should be computer literate and in possession of a valid & unendorsed driver’s license.
  • A practical test relating to key areas of knowledge and skills may form part of the selection process for this position.
  • Own discipline, knowledge of relevant legislation, regulations, policies, implementation, and Information management, quality assurance, and improvement programs.
  • Leadership and communication skills.
  • Problem-solving ability, computer literacy, stress tolerance, self-confidence, objectiveness, and empathy.
  • Acquaintance with standard operating procedures and primary healthcare standard treatment guidelines.
  • Ability to work effectively as part of a team.
  • No criminal record or dismissal for misconduct at previous place(s) of work.

Duties:

  • Work under the indirect/direct supervision of a pharmacist within the scope of the following duties:
    • Stock control, including receiving, issuing, reporting, and maintenance of stock (electronic and manual systems).
    • Ensuring proper storage of medicines.
    • Dispensing of medicine, including receiving, reading, and checking prescriptions for legality, authenticity, and validity.
    • Ensuring appropriate use of medicine.
    • Executing dispensary administrative functions.
    • Participating in pharmacy education programs.
    • Supporting outreach services in the community.
    • Advising and supporting patients and other healthcare professionals regarding pharmaceutical issues.
    • Networking with all relevant stakeholders.
    • Addressing Pharmacovigilance.

Enquires: Mr. SR Makua at 073 450 7972 / Ms. M Haines at 073 450 4184

Applications:
Applications must be hand-delivered to Tshwane District Health Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, corner of Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Streets, Pretoria

20. Post Basic Pharmacist Assistant

  • REF NO: TDHS/A/2024/19
  • Directorate: HIV/AIDS, STI & TB (HAST)
  • Centre: Tshwane District Health Services
  • Salary: Grade 1: R239,682 per annum

Requirements:

  • Grade 12 or equivalent qualification.
  • Appropriate Post-Basic Pharmacist Assistant qualification that allows for registration with the SAPC as a Pharmacist Assistant (Post-Basic).
  • Registration with the South African Pharmacy Council (SAPC) as a Post-Basic Pharmacist Assistant.
  • Current annual registration.
  • Other Skills / Requirements: Own discipline, knowledge of relevant legislation, regulations, policies, implementation, and Information management, quality assurance, and improvement programmes. Leadership and communication. Problem-solving, computer literacy, stress tolerance, self-confidence, objectiveness, and empathy. Acquaintance with standard operating procedures and primary healthcare standard treatment guidelines. Ability to work effectively as part of a team. No criminal record or dismissal for misconduct at previous place(s) of work.

Duties:

  • Stock control which includes receiving, issuing, reporting, and maintenance of stock (electronic and manual systems).
  • Ensuring proper storage of medicines.
  • Dispensing of medicine, including receiving, reading, and checking prescriptions for legality, authenticity, and validity.
  • Ensuring appropriate use of medicine.
  • Executing dispensary administrative functions.
  • Participating in pharmacy education programmes.
  • Supporting outreach services in the community.
  • Advising and supporting patients and other healthcare professionals regarding pharmaceutical issues.
  • Networking with all relevant stakeholders.
  • Addressing Pharmacovigilance.

Enquiries: Ms. Maswikana Sithole Tel No: (012) 451 9022 / 078 771 7294

Applications:
Applications must be hand-delivered to Tshwane District Health Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, Cnr Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Street, Pretoria 0001

21. Staff Nurse

  • REF NO: TDHS/A/2024/20
  • Directorate: Nursing
  • Centre: Refentse Clinic

Salary:

  • Grade 1: R199,725 – R222,939 per annum
  • Grade 2: R237,210 – R264,948 per annum
  • Grade 3: R277,725 – R323,874 per annum

Requirements:

  • Qualifications that allow registration with SANC as a Staff Nurse (Enrolled Nurse).
  • Current registration with SANC as Staff Nurse (Enrolled Nurse).
  • Grade 1: Minimum of 2 years’ appropriate experience after registration as a Staff Nurse (Enrolled Nurse).
  • Competencies/Knowledge: Knowledge of nursing care processes and procedures, nursing statutes, and other relevant legal principles. Basic communication skills, interpersonal skills, elementary writing skills, and ability to function as part of a team. Knowledge of Batho Pele principles and Patient’s rights Charter. Must be prepared to work shifts including night duty, weekends, and public holidays.
  • Other Skills/Requirements: Ability to plan and organize own work and that of support personnel to ensure proper nursing care. Effective communication with all stakeholders & report writing aptitude. Display uncompromising concern for patients, promoting and advocating proper treatment and care including awareness and willingness to respond to patients’ needs, requirements, and expectations (Batho Pele). Demonstrate an understanding of nursing legislation and other related legal frameworks. Competency in processes of the Ideal Health Facility Realization Programme as well as prescripts of the Office of the Health Standards Compliance (OHSC). Valid & unendorsed driver’s license is essential.

Duties:

  • Measure, interpret, and record vital signs.
  • Provide Health Education to patients.
  • Assist professional nurses with procedures.
  • Provide Elementary Nursing services under the supervision of a professional nurse within the scope of practice as defined by the South African Nursing Council.
  • Maintain the code of conduct as required in the Public Service.
  • Perform all duties as delegated by the Supervisor/Manager.
  • Work with other stakeholders and be an advocate for the patient.

Enquires: Ms. DE Chiloane @ 083 358 9336

Applications:
Applications must be hand-delivered to Tshwane District Health Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, corner of Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Streets, Pretoria

22. Staff Nurse (X6 POSTS)

  • REF NO: TDHS/A/2024/21
  • Directorate: HAST
  • Centre: Tshwane District Health Services

Salary:

  • Grade 1: R199,725 – R222,939 per annum
  • Grade 2: R237,210 – R264,948 per annum
  • Grade 3: R277,725 – R323,874 per annum

Requirements:

  • Enrolled Nurse Certificate that allows registration with South African Nursing Council (SANC).
  • Proof of current registration with South African Nursing Council as an Enrolled/Staff Nurse (only when shortlisted).
  • A minimum of one year appropriate/recognizable experience in nursing after registration with SANC as a Staff Nurse.
  • Good Communication skill (verbal and written).
  • Time management skill.
  • Counselling, Interpersonal Relations, Conflict Management, Decision-Making, and Problem-solving skills.
  • A valid driver’s license is required.
  • Knowledge of nursing care processes and procedures.
  • Knowledge of SANC Rules and Regulations and other relevant Legal Framework.
  • Knowledge of Quality Assurance programs, display of uncompromising concern for the welfare of patients, promoting and advocating proper treatment and care including awareness and willingness to respond to patients’ needs, requirements, and expectations (BathoPele & Patient Rights).
  • Other Skills/Requirements: Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).
  • Working experience within HIV/AIDS, STI & TB (HAST) environment will add as an advantage.

Duties:

  • Responsible for TB Case identification registers recording, Viral load blood collection and result management, HIV testing, TB linkage, TB U-LAM, Medical Male Circumcision, and high-quality nursing care.
  • Interpretation of HAST program into Primary Health Care.
  • Participate actively during the HAST awareness campaigns according to the health calendar.
  • Responsive and accountable stewardship of HAST by overseeing that Annual Performance Plan targets are met.
  • Ensure effective implementation of Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) is relevant and applicable to PHC.
  • Uphold and maintain the Nursing Standards with regards to Primary Health Care patients.
  • Ensure effective communication according to hierarchy.
  • Ensure efficient utilization of resources.
  • Demonstrate basic understanding of nursing procedures.
  • Demonstrate basic understanding of the legislative framework protocols, policies governing the Public Service.
  • Participate in implementation of Ideal Health Facility realization.
  • Maintain professional growth/ethical standards and self-development.
  • Execute other duties as delegated by the Professional Nurse.

Enquiries: Ms. Maswikana Sithole Tel No: (012) 451 9022 / 078 771 7294

Applications:
Applications must be hand delivered to Tshwane District Health Services, 3319 Fedsure Forum Building, corner of Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Streets, Pretoria

Application Process:

Required Documents:

  • Completed and signed new Form Z83
  • Detailed CV
  • Certified copies of ID and qualifications (for shortlisted candidates).

How to Apply: Direct your applications to the specified addresses for each post.

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