Registered Nurse Theatre Trained - Business Capital Group, Pretoria

  • Pretoria
  • Salary: R30 000.00 - R40 000.00 Per Month (Negotiable)
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Posted by Business Capital Group on Monday, October 14, 2019
  • Reference: 1616369
  • Employment Equity Position
  • Apply before Friday, December 13, 2019 - 22 Days left

Vacancy Details

Employer: Business Capital Group

General Nursing Degree / Diploma

Registration with SANC


Diploma in Operating Theatre

Theatre scrubbing experience is essential.

Relevant experience and technical skill to meet the critical outputs

Understanding of the private healthcare industry, its challenges and role players would be an advantage

Computer proficiency would be an advantage

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About Business Capital Group

BCG Training and Mentoring Academy focuses on empowering individuals and companies to better achieve their goals by identifying measurable objectives. This is done by initially defining exactly what success the individual or company aspire to achieve.

We have a range of services essentially covering, Human Resource Management, Motivational Workshops, Team Building excercises, Internships, Learnerships, Recruitment, Coaching and Strategic Planning for Organisations.

BCG Training proudly boasts about taking 'Three Million Rand' companies to becoming 'Nine Million Rand' companies over a 2 year period. We are experts in identifying the roots of why either and individual or a company is not attaining the required results that they wish to attain.

We focus on the human element and are extremely sincere in ensuring that all of our clients get One Hundred Percent more value than what they have initially expected.

Our objective is to assist and empower as many people as possible and in so doing, not only assist the South African economy but also make life worth living by getting people to experience the full extent of life's rewards in spite of the occasional curveballs that they may get thrown.