Senior Investigator: Legal Issues Complaints (OHSC 13/2020) (Ref #: OHSC 13/2020)
Salary: All-inclusive remuneration package of R 1 057 326 per annum (basic salary consists of 70% of total package), employer’s contribution to the Government Employee Pension Fund (13% of basic salary) and a flexible portion. The flexible portion of the package can be structured according to the OHSC guidelines.
- A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification in a legal field.
- A post-graduate qualification in Medical or Public Health or Law would be an advantage.
- At least 8 years’ experience in a medico-legal or health law field of which 5 years must have been at a middle/senior management or equivalent level.
- Proficiency in more than one African language.
- Excellent communication and conflict handling skills. Computer and report writing skills.
- Willingness to travel and work outside of normal working hours.
- A valid driver’s licence.
- Develop and manage the OHSC complaints, investigation legal framework and strategy.
- Review and analyse complaints and investigations findings and reports for legal compliance.
- Manage responses to requests for investigations arising from the work of the OHSC.
- Manage the legal review of complaints and investigations resolutions and transfers.
- Ensure an effective well- functioning legal capability for Complaints and Investigations units.
- Manage and guide investigators in the Investigation unit on legal matters.
- Provide support to the Health Ombud investigations and legal issues.
- Manage all legal service work of the Health Ombud, Complaints and Investigations units including appeals and litigation.
- Provide assistance to the CEO in managing and monitoring recommendations emanating from the Health Ombud’s reports.
Closing Date: 1 June 2020
Enquiries: Ms. L Mashiane or Mr. M Mavotsho at telephone numbers: (012) 942 7839/7808
PLEASE NOTE: a practical test relating to key areas of knowledge and skills may form part of the selection process for all the above posts as well as a competency assessment where relevant. Applications should be submitted on line at www.ohsc.org.za. Kindly upload the documents as requested on-line. Ensure that your CV provides comprehensive details pertaining to previous experience. Certified copies of qualification certificates (including matric), ID, driver’s licence and proof of registration are required to be uploaded. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications and national certificates (where applicable) evaluated by SAQA and to submit proof of such with their applications. No faxed, e-mailed or hand delivered applications will be considered. Applications received after the closing date and those that do not comply with requirements will not be considered. The OHSC reserves the right not to fill the above posts. Applicants are respectfully informed that correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only; if notification of an interview is not received within 3 months after the closing date, applicants may regard their application as unsuccessful. Candidates called to an interview will be informed at the time of setting up the interview, if a practical test will form part of the selection process. Candidate(s) will be subjected to personal suitability checks and other vetting procedures.