ADMINISTRATION OFFICER (GRADE 12)

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER (GRADE 12)

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REF NO: PHOLO 2020/05/02 (X1POST)

Directorate: Mortuary Section

SALARY: R257 508 – R303 339 for each annum, (in addition to benefits)

PLACE: Pholosong Hospital

REQUIREMENTS: Grade 12 or equivalent with atleast 5 years’ involvement with patient affairs. Diploma or Degree in Administration with 3 years’ involvement in patient affairs and willing to work shifts. Sound information on Office Administration Management with accentuation on PFMA, BCEA, Records Management, National Core Standards, Mortuary standard operational manual, top to bottom information on Legislative Prescripts, Computer Literacy MS Office (Word, Excel and Outlook). PAAB framework will be an additional benefit.

ABILITIES: Good relational connection, critical thinking and decision making and great office management expertise. Capabilities required. Great verbal correspondence and report composing abilities. The accompanying will be an additional benefit general information on Accident and Emergency/Casualty, X-ray departments. The capacity to work under tension.

DUTIES: Supervise and guarantee De-Registration and charging of mortuary patients from the PAAB System. Guarantee Maintaining of all records applicable to Mortuary. Guarantee mortuary register is manually kept up to date and enhance electronic record keeping. Follow up and review every obscure patient. Track and Trace bodies from entry to exit. Recover all significant patient documents for precise record keeping. “Submit every day electronic report to applicable expert for Covid-19 insights.” Guarantee mortuary Certificate of Compliance is accomplished and reestablish it when required. Address all enquiries pertinent to Occupational Health and Safety issues. Address all morgue related questions from internal and external parties. Report malfunctioning of fridges. Guarantee security of the region. Guarantee tidiness of morgue region and plates. Administer and manage staff participation. Assess staff and assess execution. Discipline when necessary in accordance with Acts, Policy and Standards. Guarantee adherence to the six quality priorities. Oversee right patient reclassification. Update all obscure patient in the ward. Request important stock and stationary for keeping up the morgue. Regulate the assortment and consistence of applicable reports in record saving for mortuary(BI 1663 etc.). Guarantee all records are secure and represented.

ENQUIRIES: Ms. V. Bulana

Tel No: (011 812 5170)

APPLICATIONS: should be hand conveyed to Pholosong Hospital brtween the range of 8am and 3pm at Human Resources Offices Nurses Residence or posted to the Assistant Director: Human Resource Department, Pholosong Hospital, Private Bag X4, Brakpan, 1550. No faxed or emailed applications will be considered.

NOTE: Applications should be submitted on form Z83 Fully finished, obtainable from any Public Service or on the web at www.dpsa.gov.za/documents. documents to be joined is certified ID, certified duplicates of qualification/s including matric, affirmed and relevant council enrollment authentication and evidence of current registration (Where applicable). Significant service certificates. Inability to present all of the mentioned records will result in the application not being considered. If you have not been contacted within three(3) months after the closing date, kindly acknowledge that your application was unsuccessful. Candidates will be exposed to Personnel Suitability Checks (PSC) – Verification (Reference checks- Provide at least 3 off which one should be immediate supervisor, identity confirmation, qualification confirmation, criminal record checks, credit/financial stability checks and work confirmation). The prescribed applicant may be possibly exposed to medical reconnaissance as needed by the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Act 5/1993. The Gauteng Department of Health is guided by the standards of Employment Equity; consequently, every one of the arrangements will be made as per the Employment Equity focus of the division. Individuals with disability are urged to apply.

CLOSING DATE: 28 June 2021

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