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DATA CAPTURER REF NO: ODI/27/11/2020/04
Re-advertisement: all candidates who meet the requirements and who were
previously applied are encouraged to re-apply.


SALARY : R145 281 per annum (Level 04) (plus benefits)
CENTRE : Odi District Hospital


REQUIREMENTS : Candidate must be in a possession of Grade 12/Matric certificate. Minimum of 2 years Data experience in Health environment. Minimum of 2years WEB-DHIS Data
capturing experience, WEBDHIS certificate is compulsory, A valid driver’s license.
Ability to extract (NIDS) data from Gauteng Department of Health database. Basic
skills in data analysis, report writing skill, presentation and information
management.


DUTIES : Collect, collation, capturing and extraction of data for reporting. Effective SOP
implementation to improve data quality & completeness, Communicate with and
guide data clerk on NIDS. Ensure that mid-night census corresponds with all patient’s registers daily. Verify submitted data with data sources on daily, weekly
and monthly bases. Prepare monthly and quarterly reports. Capturing of quality
clients data & management: Capturing data on the computer (Excel Database,
Web-DHIS & Easy count). Effective SOP implementation to improve data quality
and completeness. Daily filing (storage) of data and information sheets. Prepare
and ensure occurrence of Health Information monthly meetings. NB! All shortlisted
candidates will be subjected to mandatory competency test.
ENQUIRIES : Mr. N Setheni Tel No: (012) 725 2489

How to Send your Application


APPLICATIONS : Kindly forward your application to: Odi District Hospital, Klipgat road, Mabopane,
HR Section or posted to: Odi District Hospital Private Bag x509, Mabopane.0190.


NOTE : must be submitted on form Z83, obtained from any Public Service Department. The
completed and signed forms should be accompanied by a recently CV as well as
certified copies of all qualifications and ID document (no copies of copies allowed.
Certified copies should not be more that than six months old.


CLOSING DATE : 08 January 2021

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