CLINICAL MEDICAL OFFICER - City of Cape Town, Western Cape

  • Western Cape
  • Salary: R80 482.00 Per Month
  • Job Type: Contract
  • Posted by City of Cape Town on Saturday, May 23, 2020
  • Reference: HS 32/20
  • Apply before Friday, June 5, 2020 - 8 Days left

Vacancy Details

Employer: City of Cape Town



  • MBChB
  • Registration with the Health Professions Council of South Africa
  • At least two years’ experience in Primary Health Care, including child health
  • Solid knowledge of all aspects of Comprehensive Primary Health Care and the District Health System will be an advantage
  • Previous experience in TB, HIV and ARV’s will be an added advantage
  • A valid Code EB driver’s licence.

Candidate Requirements

Key Performance Areas:

  • Perform clinical duties in a health district with a high HIV and TB burden
  • Provide clinical support and mentorship to nursing staff
  • Participate in research projects and relevant community activities.

Please apply online and include a certified copy of your Identity Document and proof of registration.

Apply before Friday, June 5, 2020 - 8 Days left Companies may expire jobs at their own discretion. If you have not received a response within two weeks, your application was most likely unsuccessful.
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Cape Town, or the Mother City, is South Africa’s oldest city, its second-most populous and the legislative capital. It is made up of a diverse population, a rich history, world famous tourist attractions and an exciting calendar of international and local events. More than 231 councillors and 26 225 staff serve 4 million residents across a sprawling and cosmopolitan metro of 2 500 square kilometres. The City provides all the services normally associated with a full-service municipality, such as water, electricity, waste removal, sanitation, new infrastructure, roads, public spaces, facilities, housing developments, the upgrade of informal settlements and existing infrastructure, clinics and more. To meet the current and future needs of the its residents, the City of Cape Town has formulated strategies and policies to guide development and growth. Central to these is the Integrated Development Plan (IDP), which is a five-year plan that informs the City’s policy and budget decisions. The City’s strong sense of community make it one of the best places to live, work and raise a family. We offer rewarding career opportunities, great benefits and competitive salaries