OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING [SPECIALTY STREAM – TRAUMA & EMERGENCY) REF NO: PMMH/OM/TRA/01/21 (X1 POST)
SALARY : R562 800 – R633 432.per annum. Other Benefits: Home Owner Allowance
(conditions apply) 13th Cheque (conditions apply) Medical Aid (Optional) In-hospital
Area Allowance (8% of basic salary)
CENTRE: Prince Mshiyeni Memorial Hospital – Trauma & Emergency
REQUIREMENTS: Basic R425 qualification (i.e. Diploma/ Degree in Nursing) that allows registration with the ‘South African Nursing Council’ (SANC) as a Professional Nurse. A post-basic nursing qualification in ‘Trauma & Emergency Nursing Science/Medical and Surgical Nursing Science (Critical Care Nursing) duration of at least 1 year, accredited with the SANC. A minimum of 9 years appropriate/recognizable 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/recognizable nursing experience in the specialty (Critical Care) after obtaining the one-year post basic qualification in ‘Trauma & Emergency Nursing Science /Medical and Surgical Nursing Science: Critical Care Nursing’ Persons in possession of a foreign qualification must furnish the Department with an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). Certificates of Registration with the SANC (General Nursing and relevant post basic qualification) Proof of current registration with the SANC (2021) Knowledge, Skills Training, and Competencies Required: Demonstrate an in-depth understanding of nursing legislation and related legal and ethical nursing practices and it impacts on service delivery. Demonstrate effective communication with patients, supervisors, and other members of the multi-disciplinary team. Ensure clinical nursing practice by nursing team (unit) in accordance with the scope of practice and standards as determined. Promote quality of nursing care as directed by the professional scope of practice and standards as determined by management. Good human relations displaying a concern for patients, promoting and advocating proper treatment and care including a willingness and awareness to respond to patient needs, requirements, and expectations ( Batho Pele) Demonstrate a basic understanding of HR and Financial policies and practices. Demonstrate basic computer literacy as a support tool to enhance service delivery. Ability to plan and organize own work, time, and that support personnel to ensure proper nursing care in the unit. NB: Must be prepared to work shifts as per allocation; includes night shift, weekends, and public holidays.
DUTIES: Manage and coordinate the implementation of holistic, comprehensive, specialized nursing care in the Trauma & Emergency nurse component, in conjunction with team members, within a professional and legal framework. Ensure the maintenance of quality care standards in the Trauma services. Manage, supervise, guide staff, and keep records and statistics as required. Manage assets, consumables, and services effectively. Manage and support education, in-service training, and orientation and practice development initiatives in the area. Maintain professional growth and ethical standards. Provide relief services within the team and provide after hour cover and work shifts as required. Participation in training and research. Provision of support to nursing services. Maintain professional growth/ethical standards and self-development. Display concern for patients, promoting and advocating proper treatment and care including awareness and willingness to respond to patient needs, requirements and Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to ensure good nursing care that is cost-effective, equitable, and efficient. NB: Must be prepared to work shift as per allocation; includes night shift, weekends, and Public Holidays.
ENQUIRIES: Ms. MS AD Mhlongo Tel No: (031) 907 8025
APPLICATIONS: should be posted to The Human Resource Department, Prince Mshiyeni Memorial Hospital, Private Bag X07, Mobeni, 4060
FOR ATTENTION: Mrs. J Murugan
CLOSING DATE: 23 April 2021