Registered Nurse Application Form
SA HOME CARE is a multidisciplinary homecare organization providing care to patients in the comfort and dignity of their own homes and in care homes rather than in hospital.

Our main focus areas include frail care, palliative care, dementia care, after-hospital care, after-hospital rehabilitation, home infusions, wound care, post-natal care, mental health care and advance illness management (including ventilator care).

To apply for a part-time Registered Nurses (RN) position at SA HOME CARE, complete the form to follow.

Requirements

Nursing diploma or qualification
Registered with SANC
2 – 3 years in hospital environment
Personal Malpractice insurance
Palliative care (Hospice) trained an advantage
Pediatric experience an advantage
Wound-care experience an advantage
Adult / Pediatric Ventilators experience an advantage

Responsibilities

Report to SA HOME CARE Care Coordinator for all clinical activities
Report to SA HOME CARE Human Resource Department for all Human Resource activities
Perform initial and follow up nursing assessments as per SA HOME CARE protocol
Develop Care Plan as per SA HOME CARE protocol
Manage and educate healthcare workers as per SA HOME CARE protocol
Visit patients at home or in care homes
Work in collaboration with physician
Provide emotional support to patient and family
Monitor patient’s medical condition, documenting and reporting when necessary

Behavioral competencies

Self-motivated
Customer focus
Action orientation
Problem solving
Quality orientation
Interpersonal flexibility
Teamwork
Attention to detail
Task structuring
Stress management

General requirements
Valid 08 Driver’s License and Own Transport
Computer literacy – MS Word and Internet

Salary: Staff are generously paid on a per patient basis.

To apply for a part-time Registered Nurses (RN) position at SA HOME CARE, complete the form to follow.

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