Monday, November 28, 2016

CCBRT Head of Private Nursing Services Jobs in Tanzania

 CCBRT aims to empower people with disabilities and their families, improve their quality of life, and ensure access to medical and rehabilitative treatment. Committed to preventing disabilities wherever possible, CCBRT is now expanding its Private Clinic Services and becoming more competi
tive in delivering its services in order to become a flourishing social enterprise.
Are you the candidate we’re looking for to become an enthusiastic and proactive Head of Private Nursing, with a passion for providing excellent health care services to clients? The incumbent will manage the nursing model; review and evaluate administrative and clinical nursing procedures for the Private services as well as oversee the development and implementation of clinical and operational policies, procedures and standards including quality assurance activities and initiate changes.
The role
As Head of Private Nursing Services, you will participate in Private Services-wide strategic planning activities to ensure the delivery of comprehensive and coordinated health services. With an active role in auditing and monitoring all components of care you’ll create a nursing environment that fosters collaboration while ensuring robust processes are in place to review care and treatment plans. With a mind for an integrated approach, you’ll integrate care across all settings, preventing duplication, fragmentation and delay as patients move around, while ensuring all nursing standards are being upheld and clinical records kept in line with guidelines.
A team player, you’ll cultivate relations across functions and departments and negotiate with other professionals in all departments to provide care in the most appropriate least invasive manner possible. Conferring with other managers and Heads of Department you’ll discuss managerial and care issues, and nursing programme needs. You will play an active role in departmental decision making and manage the performance management process for all nurses in Private Services, including recruitment and selection of staff.
You will establish the dynamic process of understanding, reflecting, active listening and checking understanding, thus developing a therapeutic relationship with patients and caretaker; disseminate information throughout the multidisciplinary team, taking into account the patient’s right of confidentiality and participate in the preparation of annual budget in collaboration with the Healthcare Manager. You’ll maximize resources including theatre utilization, and provide quality planned care for patients during their peri-operative and immediate recovery phase of care by ensuring all departmental staff members deliver high quality patient care, ensuring this is achieved within the available resources and agreed departmental budget.

The candidate
– A holder of a Master of Science in either Nursing, Health informatics, Health Administration or Public Health with 4 years of clinical and managerial experience, OR a holder of Bachelor of Science in Nursing with 6 years of clinical and managerial experience, OR a holder of Diploma in Nursing with 12 years of clinical and managerial experience.
– Possesses both effective counseling and coaching skills and strong planning skills and a methodological approach to problem solving
– Has effective communication skills and a proven ability to work effectively in a team environment as well as independently
– Is concerned for safety, quality and the environment
– Provides service excellence to patients and is results-focused

If you are interested, please submit your curriculum vitae with 2 references and a maximum 1-page covering letter telling us why you believe you are the right person for the role, and why you want to work for CCBRT in particular. We are an equal opportunities employer and encourage people with disabilities to apply. Please send your application via email to:
Please indicate job reference number: 2016-49 | DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 5th December 2016

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