NURSING ASSISTANT/ENROLLED NURSE (X10 POSTS)


DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
It is the department’s intention to promote equity through the filling of all numeric targets as contained in the
Employment Equity Plan. To facilitate this process successfully, an indication of race, gender and disability
status is required.

ERRATUM: kindly note that the post of Environmental Health Practitioner (For Ekurhuleni Health District): advertised in Public Service Vacancy Circular 09 dated 08 March 2019, the requirements has been amended as follows: A minimum of 08 years appropriate/recognizable experiences after registration with HPCSA
as Environmental Health Practitioner of which 5 years must be appropriate experience in management and the closing date has been extended to the 29 March 2019

POST 10/133 : NURSING ASSISTANT 

REF NO: FERH/NURSE/01 (X10 POSTS)
Directorate: Nursing
SALARY : R124 788 – R140 454 per annum
CENTRE : Far East Rand Hospital

REQUIREMENTS : Enrolled nursing assistant certificate recognised by South African Nursing council
(SANC) and registered with SANC as a nursing auxiliary.

DUTIES : The incumbent will work under the direction of the professional nurse according to the needs of the ward/department/patient needs. Will be responsible for the provision of basic nursing care to patients in all areas of allocation.

ENQUIRIES : Ms I.R Masilela Tel No: 011 812 8317/13
APPLICATIONS : Applications should be submitted at HR Department, Far East Rand Hospital,
Private bag X50, Springs, 1560 or hand delivered at: Hospital Road, New State Area, Springs.

NOTE : Applications must be submitted on Z83 form, CV, certified Copies ID and Qualifications to be attached. A curriculum vitae with detailed description of duties and names of two referees who are previous supervisors. You have to be contacted within Three (3) months after the closing date if applicant suitable. It is
the applicant responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by SAQA. The Gauteng Department of health supports the appointment of persons with disabilities. Suitable candidates will be subjected to Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Medical Surveillance as required in the Hazardous Biological Agents
(HBA) and Hazardous Chemical Substance (HCS) Regulations within the OHS Act 85 of 1993.


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