|Location||Sandton, South Africa|
|Date Posted||July 4, 2019|
Administrative Jobs in South Africa
A vacancy has arisen, based in Sandton, for a National Contract Co-coordinator for a national client. Working 40 hours per week reporting to the Operational Manager, This is a permanent position. The successful candidate will be responsible for planning, co-ordination, measurement and follow up of various aspects of occupational health outputs in a mixed service delivery model, ensuring effective, efficient delivery outcomes which exceed customers’ expectations and requirements.
Central co-ordination of national medical surveillance and biological monitoring scheduling requirements of employees not allocated to on-site clinics through the regional teams and resources (off-site clinics, mobiles, preferred provider network, other).
Co-ordination for the management of all statistical data, employee medical records, referrals (occupational disease) and feedback systems.
Co-ordination of "closing the loop" in unfit categories of medical surveillance and chronic disease monitoring.
Interaction and feedback processes to regions (Client and LOH) to ensure the timeous outcome of requirements.
Monitor and report on medical surveillance progress and "no shows".
Develop remote relationships and co-operation with the Client site contact persons where there are no on-site clinics.
National co-ordination of reporting requirements for sites with no on-site clinic (COIDA and other).
Co-ordinate the billing process for fee-for-service work.
Meeting the prescribed professional and LOH quality standards
Registered Nurse with a qualification in Occupational Health Nursing
Experience and knowledge of Occupational Health
Strong administrative skills and attention to detail
Computer literacy and importantly, Excel and Word proficiency
Proven experience in organising, administration and communication ability
Candidates who are results orientated, have initiative and the ability to deliver quality outputs, will be most suitable for this position.
Problem-solving, analysis and judgment
Drive and energy
Building relationships & networking
Verbal & written communication skills