Carolina Maxeke Seven (7) Administration Officers are needed at Johannesburg Academic Hospital, and the hospital is seeking all qualified and interested persons to apply. The annual salary for this position is R261 372. For any inquiries regarding this job advertisement please contact E-Mail: Tshegofatso.Maimela@gauteng.gov.za
Organize the maintenance of Institutional Health and Management Information Databases and the coordination of the gathering of high-quality routine and non-routine facility data. Ensure the DATCOV, DHIS, and TB/HIV information systems are maintained and secure. In order to ensure that data collectors accurately and promptly record all health information as directed by collecting tools and other health information, supervise them and communicate with the patient administration.
Through collaboration with ward clerks, ICT, and case managers, ensure optimum information management system performance and decreased downtime. Ensure that all facility health information is verified, complete, and accurate. assembling and presenting the hospital’s monthly clinical statistical reports and data to encourage the usage of health information.
Presentation of facility health data at the regular meeting of the Data Interrogation Committee. ensuring that quarterly reports, including surveys, are put together, recorded, and submitted on time to the next level. enhancing the delivery of correct and comprehensive data through staff training on data management procedures, SOPs, and policies. To confirm the accuracy of the data, conduct a validation and verification audit on the collected health information. giving operational managers and clinical department heads guidance on information technology and system-related requirements, such as the completion of standardized collecting tools and usage of face value registers, as well as I.T. Policy-related challenges.
Address the Auditor General’s findings in relation to the specified goals and create improvement strategies. Assure the Information Management Unit’s allotted resources are managed effectively, efficiently, and affordably. overseeing and ensuring the best possible Information Management Unit HR tasks, such as monitoring PMDS and staff performance in accordance with job descriptions.
Grades 12 or higher, Grades 10 or higher, and a National Diploma or Degree in Information Technology Management Information Systems Statistics/Computer Science or a closely comparable equivalent qualification from a recognized SAQA certified tertiary institution are all acceptable qualifications. 1-2 years’ minimum experience working in a setting connected to health facility information management Driving privileges and computer literacy are prerequisites. Information and abilities:
Understanding of many workplace practices, including planning and organizing, finance, human resources, training, and telephone etiquette. Statistics, computers, and administrative procedures for provisioning are all related to procurement. Mathematics, Computer proficiency, directive interpretation skills, interpersonal communication skills, writing and editing skills, problem-solving skills, maintaining discipline, and dispute resolution skills, as well as typing.
Writing reports and analytical abilities. Strong commitment, computer literacy, and familiarity with Microsoft Office programs including MS Word, MS PowerPoint, and MS Excel (intermediate). technical expertise and in-depth knowledge of data management and information health systems. Communication. There will be the added benefit of: knowledge of TIER.NET, DATCOV, WebDhIS, and the Medicom or PAAB patient administration systems Compiling presentation and/or graphic presentations of facility health data and statistics requires knowledge and expertise. the capacity to work under time constraints and meet reporting deadlines.
Recognizing environmental laws, regulations, and frameworks The National Tertiary Services Grant is a part of the Division of Revenue Act (DoRA), the DHMIS Policy, and the Framework for Managing Programme Performance Information (NTSG).
How To Apply
APPLICATIONS : Applications should be submitted strictly online at the following E-Recruitment portal: http://professionaljobcenter.gpg.gov.za. No hand-delivered, faxed, or emailed applications will be accepted. For assistance with online applications please email your query to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only the new Form Z83, which can be obtained from any Public Service Department or online at www.dpsa.gov.za, duly filled out and signed, and a thorough Curriculum Vitae with three contactable referees are required for submission. Only shortlisted candidates will provide certified copies of their identity documents, senior certificates, and the highest level of qualification, as well as, if necessary, a driver’s license, to HR on or before the day of the interview.
The qualified candidate will go through a security clearance process, a medical screening exam, and personnel suitability checks (criminal record check, citizenship check, qualification/study check, and previous employment check). Candidates who meet the requirements must disclose their financial interests. The position may or may not be filled at the discretion of the Department of Health.
Only the individuals who have been selected for further consideration will be contacted due to the anticipated high amount of applications. Please consider your application unsuccessful if you do not hear from us within three months of the application deadline. The Department of Health is dedicated to achieving and upholding employment diversity and equity, particularly in terms of race, gender, and disability.