HEALTH PROMOTER (X3 POSTS)
CLOSING DATE: 12 April 2023
Please refer to reference number TDHS/A/2023/30
Directorate for the Promotion of Health
R151 884 per annum
Tshwane District Health Services constitutes the CENTRE.
HEALTH PROMOTER REQUIREMENTS:
Gaining experience in volunteer work within the community will be to your advantage.
The potential candidate should have strong communication skills and be comfortable speaking in front of groups.
Should be able to communicate verbally the native tongues and have an understanding of the cultural norms prevalent within the communities;
Driver’s license for Laudium, Soshanguve, and Olievenhoutbosch.
Health Promoter Abilities:
HEALTH PROMOTER RESPONSIBILITIES
Include compiling a community profile of the population that the facility serves as its catchment area.
Implement facility-based implementation of health promotion strategies and campaigns at the provincial, district, and sub-district levels in ways that are appropriate to the conditions of the local area and include awareness campaigns.
At various health facilities, promoters will be putting in place interventions for health promotion where they have their headquarters, on full working days on the first and second Mondays and Tuesdays of the week.
The one and only exception to this rule will be in the case of a campaign or a project.
Those who promote health will report the facility manager and the Chief Community Liaison your weekly plans.
Mr. Officer, at the beginning of each and every week.
Take part in activities at the national, provincial, and local levels.
Projects and campaigns that are carried out away from the facility, on occasion and as needed by the Department.
Implement activities geared toward health promotion for the specific program.
Campaigns coordinated both with respect to the health calendar and with respect to the
identified health needs
Conduct health education sessions with individuals and groups to address the identified needs.
on aspects of healthy lifestyles that are taught in Schools and Clinics as well as in the Communities.
In the interest of health education, manage and make use of audio and visual aids, as well as IEC materials.
IEC material should be provided to customers.
When conducting, make use of practical demonstrations instruction in health care.
Maintain files on things like health education registers and attendance records.
Registers, agendas, minutes, etc.
Engage the community in conversations about healthy lifestyles components.
Create Learning Environments That Promote Health.
Put Integrated into Practice
Community-based activities under the umbrella of the Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI cc).
Caregivers for children and traditional medical practitioners.
Encourage, oversee, and assist those who look after children.
On the protection of children and the establishment of the Healthy Environments for Children’s Alliance.
Create Schools That Promote Health Create Alliances With Non-Governmental Organizations
CBOs, FBOs, forums, and so on are examples.
Take part in the outbreak response as a member of the sub-district.
Response Teams (SORT).
Mobilize communities by spreading awareness of the Blitz.
Campaign strategies are incorporated into Ward-based Outreach Teams and serve as a source of
help with technical matters.
Hold radio talks about healthy lifestyles on local community radio stations.
Utilize community radio as a tool for organizing large groups and raising awareness.
On disease outbreaks with the assistance of a script that has been approved.
012 451 9169
HEALTH PRMOTER APPLICATIONS :
Applications must be submitted to Tshwane District Health Services, 3319 Fedsure
Forum Building, Cnr Lilian Ngoyi and Pretorius Street, Pretoria 0001, Application
Box, First Floor Reception.
No faxed applications will be considered.
Prospective employees are not required to provide copies of their qualifications or any other pertinent documents.
Documents when applying, but you will need to submit a new Z83 form that is fully completed and detailed Curriculum Vitae.
Only those candidates for the post who are selected to move on to the next round will be required to submit documents with a notary public’s signature on them on or before the day of the interview after Communication out of Human Resources.
If it has been more than three months since you were last contacted.
After the doors closed to the date, we regret to inform you that your application was not successful.
The suggested alternative candidate(s) may be subject to medical surveillance in accordance with the requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
The Health and Safety Act, Act 5/1993 was passed in 1993.
The Department of Health for the Province of Gauteng is directed by
according to the guidelines established by Employment Equity; as a result, all of the appointments will be made in accordance with the department’s target for employment equity, which was taken into consideration.
No Applications received after the deadline will be taken into consideration.