Administration Officer

CENTRE : Central Office, Johannesburg

REQUIREMENTS : Three (3) year Degree/National Diploma with at least 3-5 Years experience or Grade 12 Certificate

10 Year’s experience at the TB Environment. 3535 National Data Capturer training is essential. Knowledge of TIER and ETR.Net will be added advantage and general knowledge of TB will be an added advantage. Understanding of different types of TB reports and generation from TB systems is a necessity. Good communication skills (verbal and written) with good interpersonal relations. Ability to work independently, under pressure and with problem solving skills. Knowledge of (MS Word, MS Excel, Access and Power Point).

DUTIES : Supervise and support DR TB data capturers including the implementation of the new
drugs monitoring and reporting in all districts within the TB programme. Give technical
support to facilities on DR TB data and all data capturing related issues. Participate in
update training of new data capturers on the new Bedaquiline program implementation
and in other related systems. Tracking and follow up of DR TB reports from the
districts/facilities. Support districts with access to DR TB electronic and other program
systems. Attend DR TB data meetings and give input. Ensure that facilities have DR
TB equipment and stationery. Collate monthly statistics for the Province and prepare
for monthly and quarterly reviews. Attend and support TB data quality improvement
meetings in all districts. Perform other related functions as directed by the managers.

ENQUIRIES : Ms NS Mntambo, Tel: (011) 355 –3276
APPLICATIONS : The Recruitment and Selection Unit, Gauteng Department of Health, Private Bag
X085, Marshalltown, 2107, Physical Address: 37 Pixley Seme Street (known as Sauer
Street), Bank of Lisbon, NB! Attach certified copies of your qualifications, identity book
copy or smartcard, driver’s licence, curriculum vitae, and Z83. Application without proof
of necessary document will be disqualified, or apply online by visiting

CLOSING DATE : 04 August 2017

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