Posted on May 25, 2021 by admin
DATA CAPTURER (level 4) (X42 POSTS)
Nature of appointment : One year fixed term contract
Post reference number : eThek DC 04/2021
Remuneration : R145 281.00 per annum plus benefits
Benefits : 13th cheque, home owner’s allowance, employer’s contribution to pension and medical aid (optional employee must meet prescribed conditions) OR 37% in lieu of benefits
Number of posts : 42 (see table below)
Inanda C CHC x2
Newtown A CHC
Msunduze Bridge Clinic
Umlazi U21 Clinic
Umlazi D Clinic
Beatrice Street Clinic
Clare Estate Clinic
Sydenham Heights Clinic
Umlazi AA Clinic
Inanda Seminary Clinic
Newlands West Clinic
Glen Earle Clinic
KwaMashu B Clinic
New Germany Clinic
Total : 42
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POST
Senior Certificate/ Grade 12 or equivalent relevant NQF level 4 qualification Computer literacy – proof to be attached to CV/application
One year experience in using Tier. Net, webDHIS
Basic Routine Information System Certificate for Data Capture’s from University of Pretoria (3535)
Certificate in Tier.Net/DHIS
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES REQUIRED:
Knowledge of applicable computer software/applications, eg. MS Word and MS Excel, Ms Power point, Ms Outlook
Knowledge of applicable policies and tools
Knowledge of clerical and administrative procedures
Knowledge and understanding of the legislative frame works governing the Public Service Knowledge of storage and retrieval procedures in terms of the working environment
Planning and organizing
Attention to detail
Accurate keyboard skills
Data capturing skills
Report writing skills
Good record keeping skills
KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS
. Undertake timely and accurate capturing of data
Collect patient clinical charts, registers for data capturing from clinicians, consulting rooms and wards.
Prepare, compile and sort documents for data capturing.
Capture data from available records into the required formats, eg. Databases (Tier.net, webDHIS) tables and spreadsheets.
Update the checklist of data collected and captured.
Export data between different databases when required.
Capture Antenatal HIV survey data on webDHIS when required.
Compile standard, weekly, monthly and quarterly reports with data obtained from Tier net and webDHIS systems relevant to the institution.
Verify the integrity of data
Check and verify the integrity of data received from clinicians, consulting rooms and wards, by comparing previously submitted reports and statistics and with source documents.
Collect data from all sections on a daily basis.
Check the completeness of webDHIS data from the sections to ensure that all data elements are reported on.
Check the accuracy of data and correct incorrect data where necessary.
Check and query missing information and errors observed during data entry.
Obtain further information for incomplete documents. Follow up for non-submission of data from various sources.
Provide information to components
Compile daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly reports.
Generate and print reports (weekly, monthly, and quarterly) timeously and submit to the facility manager
Submit the list of early, late missed appointments and loss to follow-up clients (defaulters) to the facility manager (or HAST champion)
Distribute reports to the relevant managers in the institution.
Submit the reporting templates and dispatch files to the mother institutions for daily, monthly and quarterly reporting.
Report all challenges and problems at the earliest opportunity.
Retrieve data from the databases or electronic files as requested.
Liaise with different sections to collect data and information in the correct formats and within agreed timeframes
Attend data-related meetings and give feedback to the management team.
Secure captured information in accordance with system specifications and protocols.
Perform regular backups to ensure data preservation.
Update registers and statistics on a regular basis and delete unnecessary files.
Maintain proper filing and safekeeping of data records.
File completed documents in designated locations. Comply with data integrity and security policies.
Note: successful applicants would be expected to also work over the weekends, night shifts, and sometimes extended hours during the week where applicable.
Enquiries: Mr N Manivasen
Telephone: 031 2405341
Applications are to be forwarded to:
District Human Resource Manager
Private Bag X54318
OR Hand-delivered to:
eThekwini District Health Office Highway House Ground floor
83 King Cetshwayo Highway,
FOR ATTENTION: MR H NAICKER
Closing date: 31 May 2021 (15:00)
TO: DISTRICT MANAGERS/ HOSPITAL MANAGERS/CHC MANAGERS HEADS OF INSTITUTIONS/ HEAD OFFICE MANAGERS
Circular number: eThek M&E 2/2021
VACANCIES IN THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
The contents of this Circular Minute must be brought to the notice of all eligible employees on the establishment of all Institutions. It must be ensured that all employees who meet the requirements of the post/s are made aware of this circular minute even if they are absent from their normal places of work.
DIRECTIONS TO CANDIDATES:-
The following documents must be submitted:-
Application for Employment Form (Form Z.83), which is obtainable at any Government Department OR from the website – www.kznhealth.gov.za.
Curriculum Vitae, originally certified copies of identity document, highest educational qualifications and professional registration certificates, if applicable.
The post reference number must be indicated in the column provided on the form Z83.
Failure to comply with the above instructions will disqualify applicants. Faxed and e-mailed applications will NOT be accepted.
Appointments are subject to positive outcomes obtained from the State Security Agency (SSA) to the following checks: security clearance/vetting, criminal clearance, credit records, citizenship, verification of educational qualifications by SAQA, verification of previous experience from employers and verification from the Company Intellectual Property Commission.
Applicants are respectfully informed that, if no notification of appointment is received within 3 months after the closing date, they must accept that their applications were unsuccessful. Please also note that due to budgetary constraints, shortlisted candidates will not be re-imbursed for travel and subsistence expenses incurred.
Applicants in possession of a foreign qualification must attach an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to their applications. Non- RSA Citizens/Permanent Residents/ Work Permit holders must submit documentary proof together with their applications.
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: KWAZULU-NATAL
(This Department is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, whose aim is to promote representivity in all levels of all occupational categories in the Department.)
NOTE: Applications must be submitted on the prescribed Application for Employment form (Z83) which must be originally signed and dated. The application form (Z83) must be accompanied by a detailed updated Curriculum Vitae, certified copies of certificates, Identity Document and driver’s licence (not copies of previously certified copies). The Reference Number must be indicated in the column (Part A)provided thereof on the Z83 form.NB:Failure to comply with the above instructions will disqualify applicants. Faxed and e-mailed applications will NOT be accepted. Persons with disabilities should feel free to apply for the post. Appointments are subject to positive outcomes obtained from the State Security Agency (SSA) to the following checks: security clearance/vetting, criminal clearance, credit records, citizenship, verification of educational qualifications by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA), verification of experience from previous employers and verification from the Company Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC). All applicants would be subjected to a computer practical test during interviews to test their computer literacy skills. Successful applicants would be expected to also work over the weekends, night shifts, and sometimes extended hours during the week where applicable. Applicants are respectfully informed that, if no notification of appointment is received within 3 months after the closing date, they must accept that their applications were unsuccessful. Applicants in possession of a foreign qualification must attach an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to their applications. Non-RSA Citizens/Permanent Residents/ Work Permit holders must submit documentary proof together with their applications.
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