ADMINISTRATION CLERK REF NO: ADMCL/MHRB/2019 (X6 POSTS) Directorate: Mental Health (Specialised Services) SALARY : R163 563 per annum
CENTRE : Central Office, Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 Certificate 0-2 years’ experience in the Health Sector. Good interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to prioritize work, work under pressure and meet deadlines. Good writing and editing skills. Must be computer literate. Drivers licence. Must be willing to travel within the Gauteng Department of Health institutions.
DUTIES : Provide administrative tasks in accordance with the regulatory framework/ guidelines relating to general office functions. Receive, check and process documents before and after consideration by Mental Health Review Board members. Open individual user files and file documents. Track documents/ files. Maintain a register of periodic reports submitted or due and follow up overdue reports without delay. Maintain a register of quarterly reports on ECT, seclusion and mechanical restraint submitted or due and follow up overdue reports without delay. Record and file notices of emergency admission, transfer between hospital and discharges. Enter information in a record system and produce reports as required. Provide receptionist support services to the Mental Health Review Board. Record and track movement of documents in accordance with guidelines and instructions. File documents in a way which is orderly and enable easy access to information. Arrange meetings, parking and venues. Ordering of stationery. Perform administrative duties such as photocopying, faxing, postage and e-mailing of documents.
ENQUIRIES : Mr. T.E. Mathada Tel No: (011) 355 3038 / 071 685 7945
How to Apply
APPLICATIONS : Applications may be submitted at HR Department, Life Centre Building 45 Commissioner Street, Johannesburg or posted to Private Bag X085 Marshalltown 2107 FOR ATTENTION : Recruitment Section NOTE :
Applications must be submitted on Z83 form, CV, certified Copies ID and Qualifications to be attached. The Department of Health supports and encourage persons with disabilities to apply.
CLOSING DATE : 01 February 2019