Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital is looking for both females and males to work as Secretaries for Patient Affairs (Clinical departments), Successful Candidates will get a salary of R176 310 per annum plus the added benefit. For any inquiries regarding this post please contact Dr S Ngcezu Tel No: 011 481 2167.


accountable for the manager’s office’s general management. managing and coordinating office activities on a daily basis. administration of all incoming and outgoing mail. coordination and planning for workshops, meetings, and document typing. Offer reception services such as call screening, taking and responding to messages, and extending a warm welcome to guests entering the manager’s office. Making travel and lodging arrangements and submitting all travel and subsistence claims. handling of secret paperwork. utilize common office tools (fax, photocopy machine, and telephone). Write all correspondence, including letters, reports, and submissions. Organize and serve refreshments, take minutes, and other administrative chores.


Grades 10 or 12 or equivalent are required. Understanding of: Secretarial responsibilities as well as the capacity to record data, use a computer (Microsoft Office), gather statistics, and track, save, and retrieve documents. Knowledge and comprehension of the legal framework governing the public service, including the Batho Pele Principles, patients’ rights, and PFMA, as well as working processes with regard to the workplace Skills: Effective written and oral communication, typing, organization, planning, problem-solving, time management, and the capacity to decipher instructions. There will be the added benefit of: Grade 12 with many years of secretarial experience.

a secretarial diploma or an equivalent degree from an institution of higher learning accredited by the SAQA, plus one (1) year of relevant work experience telephone etiquette, the capacity to operate both independently and collaboratively, Adaptability under pressure, assertiveness, and appearance.

How To Apply

APPLICATIONS: Applications should be submitted in a (PDF Format only) to the following email address Only online applications will be considered. Please use the reference as the subject.


The new Z83 needs to be fully filled out, initialed, and signed (please refer to the left side of the Z83 special notes for clarification). The Department of Health should be listed as the Department where the employment was advertised on the Z83. Candidates are not required to submit copies of their credentials and other pertinent documents with their application, under Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) Circular 19 of 2022.

Still, they are simply need to provide a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae and a fully completed Z83. The Curriculum Vitae should be current and include the following information: All experience must be listed chronologically, with each position’s title, employer, and starting and ending dates (DD/MM/YYYY) identified. The new Z83’s information ought to match what is on the Curriculum Vitae. Only candidates who make the short list will be asked to provide certified copies of their credentials and other pertinent paperwork on or before the interview. Verification of Personnel Suitability Checks (PSC) (reference checks) – Provide at least three names, one of which must be an immediate supervisor who can be reached.

The Department reserves the right to perform additional verification beyond the names supplied as needed. The candidate will be disqualified if they do not provide all of the pertinent material that comes before the statement above. Verification of identity, credentials, criminal history, creditworthiness, and financial security, as well as employment. Please consider that your application was failed if you have not heard from us within three (3) months of the application deadline.

Candidates who have a foreign degree or credential must submit an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to the department (Only when shortlisted). The Occupational Health and Safety Act, Act 5/1993, may necessitate medical supervision of the suggested applicant. Institutions reserve the right to use practical exercises or examinations for positions other than SMS during the hiring process to assess candidates’ suitability for the role (s). The Department has the option of not filling the position. The employment equity tenets serve as the direction for the Gauteng Department of Health. Applications are encouraged from those with disabilities, as well as from African, Colored, Indian, and White men and women.

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