It is the department’s intention to promote equity through the filling of all numeric targets as contained in the
Employment Equity Plan. To facilitate this process successfully, an indication of race, gender and disability
status is required.
of Assistant Director – Occupational Hygiene Risk Management advertised in the
Public service Vacancy Circular 27 dated 26 July 2019, amended as follows: Salary
Notch R517 326 per annum (plus benefits), as part of the duties: Assistance is
needed in Environmental unit if the need arises. Those that applied need not reapply. Enquiries: Ms S Sejake Tel No: (016) 950 6019, Address: Sedibeng DHS
Private Bag X023 Vanderbijlpark, 1900, Cnr Frikkie Meyer & Pasteur Blvd. The
closing date has been extended to 18 October 2019. UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA
ORAL HEALTH CENTRE: Kindly note that the post of Dental Assistant Grade 1 or
2 post with Ref No: UPOHC/0003 advertised in Public Service Vacancy Circular 28
dated 02 August 2019 with the closing date 19 August 2019, The requirements for
the post have been amended as follows: Candidates must have at least have 4
years’ experience as a Dental Assistant New applications are welcomed if you have
applied for the post previously there is no need for you to re-apply as your
application will be considered you can add to the application you have send if there
is a need regarding the amendments made to the post. The closing date for the
post has been extended to 18 October 2019. Enquiries: SR GE Khumalo Tel No:
(012) 319 2644. Applications Quoting the relevant reference number Direct
applications must be delivered to: Ms. L Debeila, Human Resource at Louis Botha
A Building, Room 2-1, Dr. Savage Road, Riviera, Pretoria Or mail to Ms L Debeila
PO Box 1266, Pretoria, 0001, Tel No: (012) 301 5713. NB! Kindly attach certified
copies of your Qualifications, Identity book, Curriculum Vitae HPCSA Registration
and Z83.

Directorate: Forensic Pathology Service
SALARY : R173 703 – R204 612 per annum (Level 05) (plus benefit)
CENTRE : Pretoria FPS
REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12/STD 10 certificate (related experience in the forensic pathology field will
be an added advantage) Relevant qualifications in the health science field will be
an added advantage Willingness to work with the deceased Expected to work shift
duties, including weekend and public holidays Basic knowledge regarding the
Legislative Framework regulating Forensic Pathology Service Commitment to
Batho Pele Principle A valid driver’s licence minimum Code C1 with Public Driver’s
Permit (PDP) Basic computer skills (MS Word) Additional Competencies:
Organizing and Planning, communication, time management and interpersonal
DUTIES : Effective and efficient recovery, storage and processing of bodies Safe keeping of
deceased, documents, evidence, information, exhibits and property from incidents
scenes Assist in rendering an efficient Forensic Autopsy process, which includes
evisceration, dissection, scribing and typing in accordance with set standards and
guidelines under the supervision of Forensic Pathologists Management of exhibits,
specimens, specimen statements and reports including completion and
administration of statements and documentation during and after the Forensic
Pathology process Maintenance of mortuary and equipment hygiene in terms of
Occupational Health and Safety Caring and kind interaction with bereaved families.
ENQUIRIES : Mr J Louw Tel No: (012) 301 1707
APPLICATIONS : Applications must be hand delivered to Forensic Medical Services, No. 45
Commissioner Street, Life Centre Building, Ground Floor, Johannesburg or can be
posted to Forensic Pathology Services P.O Box 7128, Johannesburg 2000.
NOTE : Application must be submitted on Z83 form, obtainable from any Public Service
Department or on, certified copies of ID,
qualifications and Curriculum vitae with a detailed description of duties and the
names of two referees must accompany your application Successful candidates
will be subjected to OHS medical surveillance as required by HBA regulations
within the OHS Act 85 of 1993 and Personnel Suitability Checks (PSC): It is a
legislative requirement that all newly appointed staff members are subjected to
Personnel Suitability Checks (PSC) – verification), upon appointment within the
Department This verification process entails reference checks, identity verification,
qualifications verification, criminal records checks as well as a credit/ financial
stability checks The Department of Health is committed to providing equal
opportunities and practises, Affirmative action employment It is our intention to
promote representatives (race, gender, disability) in the Department through the
filling of these posts and candidates whose transfer, promotion, or appointment will
promote representatives will receive preference The successful candidate will be
required to enter into an employment contract and sign an annual performance
agreement All applicants are required to declare any conflict or perceived conflict
of interest All applicants are required to disclose membership of Boards and
directorships that they may be associated with The successful candidate will have
to annually disclose her or his financial interests NB as of 1st July 2006, all new
appointments in the public service have to be part of the Government Employee
Medical Scheme (GEMS) in order to qualify for a Government Medical Subsidy
Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only If you have not been
contacted within three months after the closing date of this advertisement, please
accept that your application was unsuccessful.
CLOSING DATE : 18 October 2019

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