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Tshwane District Hospital: Porter Job Post

Tshwane District Hospital invites unemployed people with Grade 10 to apply for Porter Job Post.

PORTER REF NO: TDH2023/05 (X1 POST)
Directorate: Admin and Logistics Department
SALARY : R107 196 per annum (Level 02), (plus benefits)
CENTRE : Tshwane District Hospital

CLOSING DATE : 27 March 2023

Tshwane District Hospital: Porter


REQUIREMENTS :

Abet/ Grade 10 or Equivalent, with the hospital environment experience. Good verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Be able to work in team.

See also: Human Resource Clerk


DUTIES :

Receive corpses, record and store them in the fridge. Assist with transportation of patients within the hospital and the surrounding hospitals should the need arise. Moving corpses from wards, X-Ray, OPD, ARV to mortuary and responsible for correct completion of relevant forms. Reporting of faulty, broken
wheelchairs and trolleys. To ensure that the hospital equipment used in porters’ bay (wheelchairs, mini ambulance and stretchers are taken care of by cleaning and looking after them). Collecting of human tissue and transporting it for disposal. Handle all telephonic and verbal inquiries from all sections within the institution. To be helpful, friendly and willing to assist our patients, staff and public at large. To transport patients to Steve Biko along the corridor when the need arises. Willingness to go an extra mile and take instructions from supervisor. To be able to work shifts.

See also: Laundry Worker Vacancies


ENQUIRIES : Ms RG Letwaba Tel No: (012) 354 7802

APPLICATIONS : All applications received for the posts should be sent to Tshwane District Hospital, Private Bag X179, Pretoria, 0001 or hand delivered to Tshwane District Hospital, Cnr Dr Savage Road and Steve Biko Road, Capital Park


NOTE : The new Z83 must be fully completed (please refer on the left side of Z83 special notes for clarity), it must be initialled and signed. On the Z83 the Department where position was advertised it should state Department of Health. According to Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) Circular 19 of 2022, applicants are not required to submit copies of qualifications and other relevant documents on application but must submit a fully completed Z83 and a detailed Curriculum Vitae only. The Curriculum Vitae should be recently updated that specifies the following: All experience should be in a chronological order indicating the position, institution and respective dates indicating the starting and ending period (DD/MM/YYYY).

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The information on the new Z83 must be in sync with the Curriculum Vitae. Only shortlisted candidates will be required/requested to submit certified copies of qualifications and other relevant documents on or before the interview. Personnel Suitability Checks (PSC) –Verification (Reference checks- Provide at least 3 off which one must be immediate supervisor and must be contactable, the Department shall reserve the right to conduct verification beyond names provided, where necessary. Failure to submit all the relevant information preceding the statement above will result in disqualifying the candidate.

Identity verification, qualifications verification, criminal record checks, credit/financial stability checks and employment verification. If you have not been contacted within three (3) months after the closing date, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Candidates in possession of a foreign qualification must furnish the Department with an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) (Only when shortlisted). The recommended candidate may be subjected to medical surveillance as required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Act 5/1993. Institutions reserves the right to utilize practical exercises/tests for non-SMS positions during the recruitment process to determine the suitability of candidates for the post(s). The Department reserve the right not to fill the post. The Gauteng Department of Health is guided by the principles of Employment Equity.

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