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CLINICAL ENGINEER - 314311
Healthcare/ Pharmacies / Hospitals / Medical / Emergency Services
Wage / Salary:
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he Chevrah Kadisha is the oldest Jewish organisation in Johannesburg and the largest Jewish welfare organisation on the African continent.
Established in 1888, during Johannesburg's pioneer gold rush years, it has been taking care of the welfare and burial needs of the community ever since. From inception it provided a paternal, protective and unifying influence and accepted the leadership role in developing the community.
Through the vision of communal leadership, the Chevrah Kadisha has consolidated multiple welfare organizations under its umbrella. This has enabled economies of scale, a professional management infrastructure and an holistic approach to meeting the community’s needs. All support services are managed centrally including fundraising, finance, and operations. This infrastructure enables the General Manager of each of the organizations to focus on caring for the needs of their residents.
Responsible for Medical Equipment and Dry Stock Asset Management and Maintenance across all facilities in the organisation.
B Tech Clinical Engineering degree at NQF level 7 / or National Diploma in Clinical Engineering at NQF level 6 or similar qualification
Two years’ experience in maintenance of medical equipment in a clinical environment
Member of the Clinical Engineering Association of South Africa (CEASA)
Experience within, and understanding of the healthcare industry, its challenges and role players - advantageous
Computer proficiency in MS Office Suite and other relevant packages
Driver’s license and ability to travel
Knowledge of occupational Health and Safety Act’s regulations relating to machinery.
Keen Problem-solving ability
Excellent verbal & written communication and presentation skills
Excellent customer service orientation
Note: Only shortlisted applicants will be responded to