General Workers : Food Service Aid and Porters

The Department of Cultural Affairs and Sports is looking for General workers to work as Food Service Aid and Porters At the Worcester hospital and False Bay Hospital, Fish Hoek respectively. A Salary of R104 073 per year will be paid for a Service aid job while The porters will get a Salary of R104 073 per Year. Applicants should hurry and apply for these job opportunities before the 25th of October 2022


Basic literacy and numeracy abilities are a must. Experience: Sufficient prior work in a large-scale food service setting Ability to perform physical chores and use powerful cooking and cleaning tools are inherent job needs. Excellent health – able to handle cleaning products, perform high-dusting tasks, and lift heavy supplies and equipment. having the capacity to spend 12 hours a day standing. Possessing the capacity to work shifts during the day, on the weekend, and on public holidays. Competencies: knowledge and abilities the capacity to effectively communicate (read and write) in at least two of the Western Cape’s three official languages. the capacity to operate industrial equipment safely and correctly, as well as cook meals using established recipes. basic understanding of the safety and hygiene rules in the food industry. conflict resolution.


Perform all duties arising from the creation of full and therapeutic diets, including pre-preparation. carry out all duties related to distributing and serving food to patients in various wards. Maintaining safety and hygiene requirements while cleaning and maintaining all locations, objects, and machinery in the food service unit. aid in the receipt, secure holding, and distribution of food supplies and other goods. Assist in providing new hires with informal in-service training.


APPLICATIONS : The Chief Executive Officer: Worcester Hospital, Private Bag X3058, Worcester, 6850 FOR ATTENTION : Mr RM Hill NOTE : No payment of any kind is required when applying for this post.


Basic literacy and numeracy abilities are required. Experience in a public health facility as a Porter with the necessary qualifications. Work schedule flexibility, including the ability to work weekends and holidays, is a requirement of the position. the capacity to carry out activities like moving patients into or off of beds, carts, and wheelchairs, as well as into and out of vehicles. capable of handling corpses or bodies. ready to work in any ward or department of the hospital. willingness to fill in for colleagues who are away. Competencies: The capacity to converse in at least two of the Western Cape’s three official languages.


Assist and accompany walking, sitting, non-walking or disabled patients and transport patients per wheelchair or trolley from reception to the wards or from the wards to the treatment sections, and in and out of ambulances. Deliver and collect medical and other documentation (patient files, reports, etc) to or from wards or treatment areas. Check and replace oxygen cylinders inwards or treatment areas and assist with the shifting of medical equipment and report any defects. Assist with the drawing and filing of patient folders


APPLICATIONS : The Manager Medical Services, False Bay Hospital, Private Bag X1, Valyland, 7974. FOR ATTENTION : Ms L Shoosmith NOTE : No payment of any kind is required when applying for this post.

Apply for other Jobs here

Thank you for taking the time to visit We are dedicated to providing job seekers with the most recent and up-to-date Vacancies in and around South Africa, and we hope you will return soon


Only applications submitted online at:
or be accepted. Shortlisted candidates
will be required to submit copies of their documentation for verification
purposes. These candidates will be required to attend interviews on a date and
time as determined by the department. The selection process will be guided by
the EE targets of the employing department. Should you experience difficulties
with your online application, kindly note that technical support (challenges with
online application) is only available from Monday to Friday from 08:00 to 16:00.
You may contact the helpline at 0861 370 214. Otherwise, all other queries
relating to the position, kindly contact the enquiries person as indicated in the