Knowledge Applied – Virtual Assistant Jobs South Africa Goverment jobs MEDICAL OFFICER GRADE 1- GRADE 3 OCCUPATIONAL (SESSIONAL) REF NO: EHD2023/12/01


  • SALARY : Grade 1: R436.00 per hour (session)
    Grade 2: R498.00 per hour (session)
    Grade 3: R576.00 per hour (session)
  • CENTRE : Ekurhuleni Health District
  • REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 with Appropriate qualification that allows registration with the Health Professionals Council of South Africa (HPCSA) as a medical officer. Currentregistration with the HPCSA as a medical practitioner. Basic medical degree(MBCHB) or equivalent). Post graduate qualification in Occupational Health/Medicine (DOMH) will be an added advantage. A valid driver’s license andcomputer literacy is essential. Grade 1: Less than 5 years relevant experience asMedical Officer. Grade 2: At least 5 years, but less than 10 years, relevantexperience, Grade 3: 10 years and more relevant experience.
  • DUTIES : The Occupational Medical Practitioner shall be responsible for: Establishing and
    maintaining an appropriate system for medical surveillance, considering the health
    hazards to which employees are or may be exposed to, providing information to
    the employer can use in determining measures to: Eliminate, control, and minimize
    the health risks and hazards to which employees may be exposed or Prevent,
    detect, and treat occupational health diseases and Ensure that records are kept as
    stipulated in the act for each employee exposed to health hazards. Ensuring that
    occupational health services are well equipped, take measures that reasonable to:
    Promote health and safety of employees at Ekurhuleni Health District. Assist
    employees in matters relating to occupational health medicine. Ensure that
    appropriate professional assessment, investigation, and diagnosis of employees
    undergoing medical surveillance takes place. Ensure that occupational health
    management systems, including referral systems are in place and functional.
    Assess any employee who is potentially unfit to perform work and if declared unfit
    for own occupation, notify the employer and make recommendations for suitable
    alternative placement. OMP must specify employee limitations/restrictions so that
    employer may consider reasonable accommodation. If employee is declared unfit
    as a result of an occupational health disease, notify employer and ensure that
    investigation is carried as stipulated in the Act. Where applicable, assist workplace
    evaluations in conjunction with Occupational Health Practitioners and Occupational
    Hygienist section 12.1 appointee. Advise the employer on legal and regulatory
    compliance for all occupational health and medicine issues. Ensure legal and
    regulatory compliance for occupational health and medicine related issues that
    OMP is directly responsible for, Ensure compliance with the Act, responsible for
    record keeping of all occupational health matters and securing confidentiality.
    Ensure compliance with Medicine and Related Substances Act No 1011 of 1965 l).
    Allow time for sites inspections and familiarization with activities. Assist employer
    on instantiating medical boarding when required. Attend Medical Review and PILIR
    meetings monthly. Facilitate and support the provision of primary health care
    services in the district including clinics, Community health centres and district
    hospitals as part of DHS. Improve clinical quality of PHC services through direct
    patient care, mentoring and supervision of health care professionals through an
    integrated approach programme. Participate in 24hour PHC services including
    Medico-legal and EMS. Support the development of the clinical department of
    family medicine and participate in academic teaching and learning in family
    medicine and PHC in the district. Support the training and the CME activities for
    nurses, intern, and community service doctors in the district. Support or participate
    in the development of district research projects.
  • ENQUIRIES : Mr A.A. Mdunyelwa Tel No: (011) 876 1721
  • APPLICATIONS : should be hand delivered to Ekurhuleni Health District at 40 Catlin Street,
    Germiston, 1400 or posted to The Human Resource Manager, Private Bag X1005,
    Germiston, 1400.
  • NOTE : Applications must be submitted on a new Z.83 form and must be completed in full,
    obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the internet at Applicants should register their application forms on the specific
    register books according to the reference number as per advert. Failure to do so
    your application forms will not be considered. According to Department of Public
    Service and Administration (DPSA) Circular 19 of 2022, applicants are not required
    to submit copies of qualifications and other related documents on application but
    must submit the Z.83 and a detailed Curriculum Vitae. Only shortlisted candidates
    will be required /requested to submit certified copies of qualifications and other
    relevant documents to HR on or before the day of the interview. If you have not
    been contacted within three (3) months after the closing date, please accept that
    your application was unsuccessful. Candidates will be subjected to Personnel
    Suitability Checks (PSC) – Verification (Reference checks, identity verification,
    qualifications verification, criminal record checks, credit/financial stability checks
    and employment verification). The recommended candidate may be subjected to
    medical surveillance as required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Act
    5/1993. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Employment equity profile
    will be taken into consideration. No S&T claims and resettlement allowance will be
  • CLOSING DATE : 01 December 2023
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