Department of Health
- Reference Number :
- Directorate :
Occupational Health and Safety
- Number of Posts :
- Package :
Grade I R833 523 (per annum) (All-inclusive package) Grade II R953 049.00 (per annum) (All-inclusive package) Grade III R1 106 037.00 (per annum) (All-inclusive package)
- Enquiries :
Mrs Maruma TEL 011 488 3759
- Medical Officer Grade I R833 523 (per annum) (All-inclusive package) Appropriate qualification that allows for registration with HPCSA as an Occupational Medical Practitioner. Registration with the HPCSA as Occupational Medical Practitioner. No experience required after registration with the HPCSA as Occupational Medical Practitioner. Knowledge: extensive knowledge in all relevant OHS Legislation. COIDA processes DoL and compensation fund. GDOH major transformative purpose (vision, mission) and performance requirements. Management of costed OHS and Wellness operational plans and projects. Knowledge of employment law OHS Act and Regulations. Public service Act and Regulations COID Act. Basic Conditions of Employment Act. Labour Relations Act. Service delivery frameworks. Batho Pele Principles. National core Standards ISO 45000 and the PFMA and National Treasury Regulations. Skills: Computer literacy. Change management. Strategic management and leadership. Financial management. Interpersonal. Problem solving and strong analysis. Strong report writing. Coaching and resilience management. Medical Officer Grade II R953 049.00 (per annum) (All-inclusive package). Appropriate qualification that allows for registration with the HPCSA as Occupational Medical Practitioner. Registration with the HPCSA as Occupational Medical Practitioner and proof of current registration. A minimum of 5 years’ appropriate experience as Medical Officer after registration with the HPCSA as Occupational Medical Practitioner. Medical Officer Grade III R1 106 037.00 (per annum) (All-inclusive package). Appropriate qualification that allows for registration with the HPCSA as Occupational Medical Practitioner. Registration with the HPCSA as Occupational Medical Practitioner and proof of current registration. A minimum of 10 years’ appropriate experience as Medical Officer after registration with the HPCSA as Occupational Medical Practitioner.
- Implement Medical surveillance as prescribed by Policy, OHS and related regulations; Manage Medical Surveillance inclusive of Biological Monitoring, Initial, periodic and exit medical examinations. Management of occupational injuries and disease incidents and development of incident management protocols. Manage and report injuries on duty and occupational medical emergencies in health care establishments as per exposure of the GDOH employees to occupational hazards. Management of occupational risk to injuries and diseases among GDOH employee’s certification of fitness for work return to work. Provide of occupational Health and Medicine Services in the GDOH institution. Conduct medical surveillance. Develop risk based medical surveillance plans. Ensure that compensation for occupational injuries and disease cases are managed in a prescribed manner. Manage the provision of primary health care services as part of comprehensive occupational health care in GDOH. Collaborate and participate in disaster management. Collaborate participate of health and safety inspections. Develop and review occupational health policies, and policy implementation instruments health education and promotion related to HIV&AIDS, TB, Health and Productivity, SHERQ, and wellness management programmes as part of the employee health and wellness in GDOH. Monitor and manage absenteeism with HR and supervisors. Develop and monitor a legal compliance register for the hospital. Establish and maintain good relations with OHS stakeholders and other disciplines within the hospital. Lead the development/review and implementation of all OHS/Wellness initiatives including training. Manage the operations and resources (Human Finance, Equipment, Assets) of the directorate.
- Applications should be submitted strictly on a (PDF Format only) to the following email-address Medicalhr.Cmjah@gauteng.gov.za. Please use the reference as subject. Applications must be submitted on a new Z83 form and be completed in full (obtainable from any Public Service Department or on www.dpsa.gov.za/documents) with an updated, clear and detailed C.V with 3 contactable referees. Only shortlisted candidates will be required to submit certified documents on or before the day of the interview. Suitable candidate will be subjected to personnel suitability checks (criminal record check, citizenship verification, qualification/study verification and previous employment verification), security clearance process and undergo medical screening test. Suitable candidates will have to disclose their financial interests. The Department of Health reserves the right to fill or not fill the position. Due to high volumes of anticipated applications, communication will be limited to the shortlisted candidates only. Should you not hear from us within 3 months after the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful. The Department of Health is committed to the achievement and maintenance of diversity and equity employment, especially of race, gender, and disability.
Department of Health
Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital
Closing Date :
|Do you have a appropriate qualification that allows for registration with HPCSA as an Occupational Medical Practitioner?|
Please Notes :
- Due to the large number of applications we envisage receiving, applications will not be acknowledged. If you
do not receive any response within 3 months, please accept that your application was not successful.
To apply for this job please visit professionaljobcentre.gpg.gov.za.