DPSA Clinical Nurse Practitioner (Hast Coordinators- Tb/hiv Programmes) Job Vacanices in Dundee

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DPSA Vacancies 2022 Apply for Clinical Nurse Practitioner (Hast Coordinators- Tb/hiv Programmes) Jobs in Dundee

DPSA has released a Clinical Nurse Practitioner (Hast Coordinators- Tb/hiv Programmes) job notification at www.dpsa.gov.za Careers website. Department of Public Service and Administration has displayed vacant seats for the post of Clinical Nurse Practitioner (Hast Coordinators- Tb/hiv Programmes) vacancies. Candidates satisfying the desired eligibility conditions as mentioned in the Department of Public Service and Administration official notification can submit their application in the prescribed format on before last date with the help of details given below-
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Name of Available Job Post ⇒ Clinical Nurse Practitioner (Hast Coordinators- Tb/hiv Programmes)
Name of Vacancies ⇒ DPSA Vacancies 2022
Job Location ⇒ Jobs in Dundee
Salary ⇒ R 388,974.00–450,939.00 Yearly
Last Date ⇒ 05 August 2022

DPSA Clinical Nurse Practitioner (Hast Coordinators- Tb/hiv Programmes) Job Description

SALARY : Grade 1: R388 974 – R450 939 per annum
Grade 2: R478 404 – R588 390 per annum
Plus Benefits: 13% cheque, Home Owners allowance (employee must meet
prescribed requirements) medical aid prescribed requirements) medical aid (optional)
12% in-hospitable allowance

CENTRE : Dundee Provincial Hospital (PHC)

REQUIREMENTS : STD 10/ Grade 12 certificate. Degree/ National Diploma in nursing that allow
registration with SANC as a Professional Nurse and a Midwife. A post basic nursing
qualification with a duration of at least one (1) year accredited with SANC in Clinical
Nursing Science, Assessment, Diagnosis, Treatment and Care. Proof of registration
with SANC (2022). Proof of previous and current work experience /Certificate of
Service endorsed by Human Resource Department. Valid Driver’s license B (Code 8)
or C1 (Code 10). Leadership, organizational, decision-making, supervisory and
problem solving abilities within the limit of public sector and institutional policy
framework. Knowledge on nursing care processes and procedures, nursing statutes
and other relevant legal framework. Ability to formulate patient care related policies,
vision, mission and objectives of the clinic. Communication and Interpersonal skills
including public relations, negotiating, coaching, conflict handling and counselling
skills. Insight into procedures and policies pertaining nursing care, computer skills in
basic programmes. Knowledge of TB/ HIV/AIDS, MCWH and other Communicable
and Non- Communicable Disease programmes. Experience Grade 1: A minimum of 4
years appropriate/ recognizable nursing experience after registration as a professional
nurse with SANC in general nursing plus a one (1) year post basic qualification
accredited by SANC in Clinical Nursing Science, Assessment, Diagnosis, Treatment
and Care. Grade 2: A minimum of 14 years appropriate/ recognizable nursing
experience after registration as a professional nurse with SANC in general nursing of
which at least 10 years must be appropriate experience after obtaining the one year
post basic qualification in Primary Health Care.

DUTIES : Assist the Operational Managers of Endumeni PHC facilities with monitoring and give
necessary support for the management of TB/HIV programme. Provision of an
integrated quality and comprehensive Primary Health Care services by promoting
health, diseases prevention, curative and rehabilitative services to individuals, families
and communities. Support screening of non- communicable and communicable
diseases including TB/HIV in all facilities including management thereof. Identify
training needs in all facilities and liaise with PHC trainer for support considering his/her
expertise in the HAST programme. Responsible to give support, mentor and coach
facility HAST Champions to ensure the implementation of HAST programmes in all
facilities. Display a concern for patients on HAST programmes by promoting advocacy,
disclosure and adherence to treatment and care, thus, ensuring that facilities comply
with the Batho Pele principles. Ensure all facilities submit their Nerve Center
spreadsheets to monitor performance on 90, 90, 90 strategies to improve HAST
indicators, thus contributing towards control of HIV and TB in KZN. Ensure HAST
meetings are being conducted monthly. Identify training needs in all facilities and liaise
with PHC trainer for support considering his/her expertise in the HAST programme.
Ensure the use of appointment systems, tracking, and tracing of TB/HIV treatment
interrupters is being adhered to by the use of a Call Centre System thus bringing clients
back to care. Support and monitor activation of new external CCMDD pick up points
by facilities to improve access to drug collection, thus reducing facility congestion.
Ensure communication with other stakeholders is being improved through OSS
interventions to keep the community abreast with the health trends.

ENQUIRIES : Ms. I D Khumalo, Assistant Nursing Manager- PHC Tel No: 034 212 1111 Ext 259/260

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