Posted on :
2 Oct, 2020
2 Oct, 2020
AQUITY Innovations NPC, a Section 21 South African-based registered not-for-profit organization, was established in 2010. Our mission is to promote access to quality health and social services through innovations and technology. AQUITY’s programmatic focus areas include HIV, TB, health systems strengthening, capacity development Orphans and Vulnerable Children as well as other interventions targeting key populations.
Programme and Vacancy overview:
AQUITY Innovations NPC has been appointed by the National Department of Health to serve as one of the GLOBAL FUND TB Sub-Recipients (SRs) in South Africa. The project activities will be implemented in Mpumalanga (Ehlanzeni district) and Eastern Cape provinces. (OR Tambo and Buffalo City Metro districts). As such we seek to employ the following:
AQUITY seeks to appoint l Radiographer to be based in Eastern Cape, OR Tambo District .
Job Title: Radiographer
Remuneration: Will be based on the government DPSA rate for similar positions.
Roles and Responsibilities
The Radiographer will be responsible for providing a high standard of radiographic chest x-ray imaging, including the use of computer aided detection (CAD) systems whilst ensuring that patients receive high quality care. The Radiographer will deliver a high standard of service to relevant stakeholders and to a diversity of patients and will communicate effectively with community and facility-based teams to ensure delivery of high quality service and linkage to appropriate services.
1. Provides mobile digital chest x-ray screening for TB case finding
2. Facilitate the referral process of clients with high CAD4TB score for presumptive TB testing
Knowledge, Skills and Competencies:
Please note: Only candidates who are eligible to work in South Africa for an indefinite period without a need for sponsorship will be considered for this position. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Go tohttps://aquityonline.co.za/system/recruitment No emailed submissions will be accepted.
Application Deadline: 7 October 2020.