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Data Capturer Post Available at Anova Health Institute

Data Capturer Post Available at Anova Health Institute. Anova Health Institute is seeking a Data Capturer to join its team in Vanderbijlpark, Gauteng. The successful candidate will play a crucial role in supporting the Department of Health by providing direct service at the facility level.

This includes carrying out data-related administrative work, capturing patient files, generating defaulter reports, and compiling monthly statistics.

Closing date : 26 March 2024.

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Key Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Capture Patient Information: Enter patient data into various database platforms, such as TIER.Net and other Department of Health database applications.
  2. Data Quality Assessments: Conduct data quality assessments and audits under the guidance of the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer.
  3. Data Validations: Perform monthly data validations using prescribed tools on collected data from District Health Information System (DHIS), TIER.Net, TB modules, ETR, and Redcap.
  4. Run-Chart Population: Assist facility Data Capturers in populating run-charts for DIP elements.
  5. Defaulter Tracing Tool: Update tracing outcomes from Community Health Workers (CHWs) and Community Liaison Officers (CLOs) on the defaulter tracing tool.
  6. Data Collection: Coordinate and collect ad-hoc and routine weekly data from facilities by all Anova Team Members in the sub-District.

Essential Qualifications, Skills, and Experience

  • Grade 12: Minimum educational requirement.
  • Tertiary Qualification: Advantageous but not essential.
  • Minimum 2 Years Experience: Using TIER.Net.
  • Residency: Residing in the Sedibeng catchment area is highly advantageous.
  • Data Capturing Competency: Through experience or training.
  • Ability to Work Under Pressure: Must be able to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
  • Data Capturing Skills: Fast and accurate data capturing skills.
  • Administrative and Organizational Skills: Excellent administrative and organizational skills.
  • Facilitation and Communication Skills: Good facilitation and communication skills.
  • Language Proficiency: Able to communicate in English and other South African Official Languages.
  • Computer Proficiency: Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.

Conclusion

Joining Anova Health Institute as a Data Capturer offers a unique opportunity to contribute directly to improving public health outcomes in Gauteng. If you are ready to take on a rewarding role where your skills in data management and administration can make a real difference, apply now. The closing date for applications is March 26, 2024. Don’t miss out on this chance to be part of a dynamic team dedicated to advancing healthcare delivery in South Africa.

 

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South Africa Top In-Demand Jobs For 2024. South Africa job market offers exciting opportunities, but navigating it can be tricky. To help you land a fulfilling and well-paying position, the Higher Education Department has compiled a list of the most in-demand jobs.

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The Current Job Market

The South African job market is dynamic and ever-changing. Finding a role that aligns with your skills and interests while offering good growth prospects can feel overwhelming.

Challenges Faced

South Africa job market faces a double challenge: slow economic growth limiting job creation and a mismatch between skills and industry needs. This “skills gap” is evident in the high graduate unemployment rate, according to the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET).

The National List of Occupations in High Demand (OIHD)

The DHET’s National List of Occupations in High Demand (OIHD) is a key weapon in this fight. Published annually, the OIHD identifies occupations experiencing a surge in job openings and competitive salaries.

Impact and Solutions

This information helps bridge the gap by guiding graduates and directing resources, ensuring graduates have the right skills for the job market.

Most In-Demand Careers In South Africa Now

Business

  • Management: Logistics Managers, Road Transport Managers, Warehouse Managers, Fleet Managers, Airport or Harbour Managers, Health Service Specialized Clinic Managers, School Principals, College Principals, Retail General Managers, Facilities Managers, Call or Contact Centre Managers
  • Finance: Financial Managers, Accountants, Tax Professionals, Financial Investment Advisors, Management Accountants, Business Development Officers, Internal Auditors
  • Human Resources: Skills Development Practitioners, Human Resource Advisors, Training and Development Professionals
  • Marketing & Sales: Marketing Practitioners, Communication Coordinators, Sales Representatives

Information Technology (IT)

  • IT Specialists: ICT Systems Analysts, Data Scientists, Software Developers, Web Developers, Database Designers and Administrators, Systems Administrators, Computer Network and Systems Engineers, ICT Security Specialists
  • Technicians: ICT Support Services Managers

Engineering

  • General: Industrial Engineers, Industrial Engineering Technologists, Production Engineering Technologists
  • Civil: Civil Engineers, Civil Engineering Technologists
  • Environmental: Environmental Engineers, Environmental Scientists, Water Quality Analysts
  • Electrical: Electrical Engineers, Electrical Engineering Technicians
  • Mechanical: Mechanical Engineers, Mechanical Engineering Technicians
  • Other: Chemical Engineers, Mining Engineers, Metallurgical Engineers, Biomedical Engineers

Healthcare

  • Medical Professionals: General Medical Practitioners, Medical Specialists, Nurses, Pharmacists, Physiotherapists
  • Allied Health: Occupational Therapists, Speech Therapists, Audiologists

Education & Training

  • Teachers: FET Phase Teachers, Senior Phase Teachers, Foundation Phase Teachers, Intermediate Phase Teachers
  • Trainers: Education or Training Advisors, ICT Trainers

Science & Research

  • Natural & Physical Scientists: Chemists, Geologists, Geophysicists, Hydrologists, Actuaries, Mathematicians, Statisticians, General Biologists, Biochemists, Biotechnologists, Zoologists
  • Agricultural Scientists: Agricultural Consultants, Agricultural Scientists, Wine Makers, Food and Beverage Scientists

Other

  • Quantity Surveyors
  • Urban and Regional Planners
  • Transport Analysts
  • Surveyors
  • Architects
  • Fashion Designers
  • Industrial Designers
  • Lawyers (Attorneys & Paralegals)
  • Social Workers
  • Editors & Writers (Book/Script Editors & Technical Writers)
  • Translators & Interpreters
  • Pilots
  • Commercial Sales Representatives
  • Property Managers
  • Chefs
  • Graphic Designers (included under Camera Operator)

Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a fresh graduate, this information will equip you to make informed decisions about your future career path.

Conclusion

Staying abreast of the current job market trends and aligning your skills with in-demand careers is crucial for success. Whether you’re entering the workforce or seeking a career change, these insights can guide you towards fulfilling and lucrative opportunities in South Africa.

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