3 to 5 years of laundry supervision experience in addition to a grade 12 certificate. Microsoft Office Programs (Word, Excel, Powerpoint), Internet, and Computer Certificate. Must be able to schedule work and plan, lead, organize, supervise, check, and assess the work of subordinates. patient protection. the capacity to report to others, write reports, and manage a large workforce. compliance with national fundamental criteria for safety and HR prescriptions. Follow guidelines for occupational health and safety as well as infection prevention and control. An advantage would be a recognized National Diploma in Business Management, Public Management, or other related tertiary degrees NQF 6.


control over the laundry departments. ensuring the availability and use of cleaning schedules and checklists. Ensure adherence to the Ideal Framework Realization and national core criteria. Shut down Management. oversee the delivery and collecting of linen to and from various wards as well as its counting, sorting, disposal, ironing, and packaging. In collaboration with all other stakeholders, make sure that there is clean linen available. visits every ward to gauge the stork population.

Attend meetings and offer input. understanding of laundry bag color coding. management of staff development and performance. Make rounds and check-ups to make sure the laundry team is completing the necessary tasks. Quality control methods are consistently upheld, and proper cleaning and laundry processes are followed. Improve the standards for cleaning, laundry, and infection control. Participate actively in saving and budgeting strategies.If disciplinary action is required, use it. Stock, materials, or equipment must be ordered, received, and distributed. Assemble a team comprising the officers in charge of infection control to manage trash. Carry out any additional tasks that the Manager or Supervisor may assign.

How to apply

APPLICATIONS : can be delivered to: Dr. George Mukhari Academic Hospital, 3111 Setlogelo Drive, Ga-Rankuwa, 0208 Nurses Home Block 13 (HR Registry) or posted to: Dr. George Mukhari Academic Hospital, Private Bag X422, Pretoria, 0001. Due to technical problems with GPG vacancy website that the institution is consistently faced with, applicants are encouraged to apply using any of the above methods.


On application, candidates are not required to present copies of their credentials or other pertinent paperwork; instead, they must submit a full CV and the most recent version of the Z83 form, which may be obtained from any Public Service Department or online at that were submitted using the outdated Z83 employment application form will not be taken into consideration. The candidate must completely fill out, sign, and initial each application for employment. Incomplete applications will result in disqualification from the selection process. The entirety of Sections A, B, C, and D is required.

Due to the limited space available, candidates frequently write “Refer to Curriculum Vitae (CV) or see attached” in Sections E, F, and G. If a CV has been attached and has the necessary information, this is acceptable. You must provide a response to the query that relates to the exclusions from reappointment under component F. It is necessary to fill out and sign the declaration. Only those who make the short list will be asked to turn in certified copies of their credentials and other pertinent paperwork on or before the interview day. Please be sure you carefully quote the specific reference number. Only the candidates who have been shortlisted will be in communication.

If you have not been contacted within three (3) months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. The employer reserves the right to fill this position. It is a legislative requirement that all newly appointed staff members be subjected to Personnel Suitability Check (PSC) – Verification, upon appointment within the department. This verification processes entails reference checks, identity verification, qualification verification, and criminal records checks. Successful candidates will be subjected to OHS medical surveillance as required by HBA regulations within OHS Act 85 of 1993.