Occupational Health Nurse

Ahri - Mtubatuba
new offer (31/05/2020)

job description

The Africa Health Research Institute AHRI is a multidisciplinary independent research institute based across two sites in the province of KwaZulu-Natal South Africa Our goal is to become a source of fundamental discoveries into the susceptibility transmission and cure of HIV TB and related diseases We also seek ways to improve diagnosis prevention and treatment Job Functions Clinical Health Safety Nursing Industries Medical Ngo Non-Profit Research Science Technology Specification The Occupational Health Nurse will be required to provide a Health Services at the AHRI Somkhele Clinic S he will work in conjunction with the AHRI DBN OHNP the Occupational Medical Physician OMP The incumbent will report to the Head of Safety This is a full time position from Mon-Friday Requirements Minimum Qualifications 1 Degree or Diploma in Nursing - Registered Professional Nurse with SANC 2 Diploma in Occupational Health advantage 3 Dispensing License Computer Literacy Minimum Experience 1 5 years post-registration experience in Primary Community or OH Clinic Knowledge and Abilities Required 1 Familiar with PHC OH practices 2 Experience in handling and reporting of Occupational Injuries and Diseases 3 Knowledge of OHSA COIDA legislation Skills Required 1 Ability to plan co-ordinate and implement plans 2 Proactive 3 Good work ethic 4 Excellent computer skills and proficient in excel word outlook 5 Excellent communication skills both verbal and written Advantageous 1 Diploma Certificate in Community Health or Primary Health Care 2 Employee Assistance Programme or Disability Management Experience Knowledge of Health Assessments and Medical Surveillance programmes 3 Trauma and First Aid training 4 Voluntary Counselling Testing VCT training and experience 5 Training on mental health issues and handling thereof Job Closing Date 01 04 2020

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