The City is calling on registered Auxiliary Nurses, Community Health Nurses and Staff Nurses, Environmental Health Practitioners and Post Basic Pharmacist Assistants to apply for the 140 positions it has created to fight the Coronavirus.
The City of Tshwane in a statement said it is in the process of increasing the number of health practitioners to capacitate its workforce in order to strengthen the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
“If you are a health professional anywhere around Tshwane, the City needs you. We are urgently in need of Auxiliary Nurses, Community Health Nurses and Staff Nurses to manage the clinical and operational aspects of a primary healthcare clinic in a defined geographic area in Tshwane.
“We need Environmental Health Practitioners to support our Municipal Health Services functions and the Post Basic Pharmacist Assistants to support pharmaceutical services in our clinics. All these professionals will be employed for a contract period from 1 May 2020 to 30 June 2020,” said the Administrator responsible for Compliance Ms Lebogang Mahaye.
Interested parties can visit the City’s website: www.tshwane.gov.za or see the details on http://www.tshwane.gov.za/sites/Departments/Corporate%20and%20Shared%20Services/Job%20Forum%2022017/Expression%20of%20interest%20for%20advertisement%20-%20amended%2020%20April%202020%20(EdVG)(SecEdVN)Final.pdf
Individuals who meet the qualifying criteria must express their interest by sending a brief profile of themselves, their experience and contact details.
Auxiliary Nurses, Community Health Nurses and Staff Nurses can forward their profiles to email@example.com or phone 012 358 8644
Environmental Health Practitioners can send to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 012 358 8609
Post Basic Pharmacist Assistants can address them to email@example.com or phone 012 358 8769
It must be noted that the closing date for the above contractual positions is 08 May 2020 at 15h00.
“The City is confident that health professionals within our communities will heed our call and avail themselves to assist us as we intensify our fight to stop the spread of the virus.
“This drive should be viewed in tandem with the finalization of the appointment of 171 Tshwane Metro Police trainees to capacitate the City’s law enforcement response to the current pandemic and for policing operations beyond lockdown,” Ms Mahaye said.