|Advertising Reference Number
||Enrolled Nursing Auxiliary- Peadiatric Ward
||Nursing – General
||Gauteng – Mediclinic Legae
|Province / Region
|Number of Positions
|Will offline applications be accepted?
|Closing date – offline applications (if applicable)
||Registered with the South African Nursing Council as an Enrolled Nursing Auxiliary.
Prior experience in a similar unit will be an advantage.
Willingness to work shifts in accordance with the requirements of the unit.
Ability to identify, prevent and report medico-legal risks and adverse events within the unit.
Basic knowledge of stock control principles.
Knowledge of the Scientific Nursing Process.
Sound knowledge of nursing activities and procedures as per scope of practice.
Displays a team approach by participating actively and cooperatively with team members.
Maintains respectful work relationships and interpersonal effectiveness.
Displays a concern for excellence in achieving results.
Demonstrates good judgement and decision-making skills.
Maintains a customer-focused mindset that acknowledges the value of the customer.
Exhibits full responsibility for own work outputs.
The ability to identify and demonstrate company values
||Delivers basic quality patient care.
Adheres to Patients’ Rights at all times.
Prevents and reports medico-legal risks.
Record keeping complies with Mediclinic standards and legal requirements.
Control of stock and equipment in accordance with Mediclinic policy.
Identifies and addresses continuous professional development (CPD) needs.
Ensures a therapeutic and safe patient environment by maintaining health and safety standards and complying with infection prevention and control policy.
||Your contribution to the company will be rewarded with a market-related remuneration package which includes membership of subsidised medical- and retirement funds, generous leave and participation in a bonus scheme for qualifying staff. Candidates, who are interested in applying for this position, can apply directly at http://careers.mediclinic.com. For any online support please contact the Career Centre at +2721 861 1000 for assistance.