OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SISTER - WE RE LOOKING FOR The successful candidate will be responsible for rendering a comprehensive occupational health service to the RCL FOODS Sugar workforce.
Reporting to the Senior Occupational Health Sister, the successful candidate will be expected to carry out the following responsibilities : Primary healthcare, doctor and hospital referrals and injuries on duty.
Supervision and monitoring of patients with chronic conditions, including HIV. Conducting medical exams and biological monitoring.
Dispensing medicine professionally and in an ethical manner, and conducting the dispensing practice according to all legal requirements.
Keeping clear and accurate records of all actions performed and report writing. Ensuring compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and other relevant legislation.
Relieving at any other RCL FOODS Sugar clinics when and where there is a need. REQUIREMENTS : Registered with the Nursing Council of South Africa as a Professional Nurse and have at least 5 years experience in Occupational and Primary Health Care.
A degree / diploma in General Nursing, Midwifery and Community Health Nursing, degree / diploma in Occupational Health and degree / diploma in Primary Health Care Nursing are further requirements.
Have a Certificate of Competence in Dispensing for Health Care Professionals and Certificates in Audiometry and Spirometry.
Computer literacy (SAP, Outlook, Word, Excel) essential. TB, HIV Management and Emergency Training Courses would be an advantage.
A valid Code 08 driver s licence and the ability to communicate in English and SiSwati is essential. To be considered for appointment, candidate must be a South African citizen.
RCL FOODS promotes the principles of employment equity. To ensure that your application is considered, clearly state the position you apply for as follows : OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SISTER CLOSING DATE : 14 March 2020 Should you not hear from us within 21 days after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was not successful.