REF NO: SBAH 89/2021
SALARY : Grade 1: R1 106 040 per annum, plus benefits
Grade 2: R1 264 623 per annum, plus benefits
Grade 3: R1 467 651 per annum, plus benefits
CENTRE : Steve Biko Academic Hospital
REQUIREMENTS : MBChb (or equivalent qualification), successful completion of the FCS
(Neurosurgery) final exam from the CMSA (or equivalent qualification). Current
registration with the Health Professions Council of South Africa as a Specialist
DUTIES : Performing complex Neurosurgical procedures and simultaneously training
more junior doctors in the field of Neurosurgery. Overseeing patient
management in the Intensive Care Unit, wards, and out-patient Clinics while
conducting teaching simultaneously.
Decision making with regard to patient
management. Develop patient management protocols and in-put on clinical
Participate in staff recruitment, attend management and other
meetings of affiliated disciplines, liaise and conduct interactive meetings with
allied and supportive disciplines. Conduct research within the Neurosurgical
Department; supervise research with a view to improving quality of the patient
care. Participate in the academic program for the department. Attend multidisciplinary academic meetings with a view to improving overall patient care.
Participate in outreach programs. Participate in both academic and clinical
administrative activities. The appointee will be required to perform
Neurosurgical operations expected of a specialist and attend to administration
necessary. A special interest in pediatric neurosurgery and neuro intensive
care would be advantageous.
ENQUIRIES : Prof L. Padayachy Tel No: 012 354 1029
APPLICATIONS : Steve Biko Academic Hospital, Private Bag x 169, Pretoria, 0001 or hand
delivered to Cnr Malherbe & Steve Biko Road, Main Entrance at Level 3.
NOTE : Applications must be submitted with a Z83 form with relevant attachments.
Steve Biko Academic Hospital is committed to the pursuit of diversity and
redress. Candidates whose appointment will promote representivity in terms of
race, disability and gender will receive preference.
CLOSING DATE : 27 September 2021