MANAGER PROFESSIONAL AFFAIRS (CPD & REGISTRATIONS)
SALARY GRADE: D2 (R879 015)
66% (R580 150) pensionable base, 34% (R298 865) to be structured as per individual needs viz Medical Aid, 13th cheque, housing, travel allowence etc.
A BPharm degree or equivalent qualification and registration as a pharmacist with the South African Pharmacy Council. A senior degree would serve as a strong recommendation. Minimum of 5 years' experience in pharmacy practice and management.
Management skills, leadership skills, team development skills, financial management skills, performance management skills, analytical skills, research skills, investigative skills, people management skills, negotiation skills, coaching skills, presentation skills.
- Manage all activities related to the accreditation of courses and providers in accordance with GPES
- Assumes responsibility for the management of the process and activities involved in the pre-registration year for persons
- Responsible for the management and monitoring compliance of all pharmacies in line with GPP
- Develop and review Professional Standards, accreditation critera and tools, monitoring tools and guidelines for CPD and Registrations
- Assumes responsibility for the registrations and maintenance to the registers of persons and organisations as well as the verification and printing thereof
- Consult and communicate with the profession and other stakeholders regarding all professional affairs matters in a friendly and professional manner
- Drafting of agendas, minutes and facilitate the activities of the committees/task groups relating to the Department
- Supervise all activities of all personnel reporting to the incumbent
- Reports to the Senior Manager: Professional Affairs on all matters regarding his/her KPAs
In line with the Council's commitment to diversifying its workforce, suitable candidates from the designated groups and disabled people are encouraged to apply.
To apply click here.
The closing date is 23 October 2020. If you have not heard from us within 30 days of the closing date, consider your application as being unsuccessful.
The South African Pharmacy Council is an independent, self-funded, statutory body established in terms of the Pharmacy Act, 1974 (Act 53 of 1974) and mandated to regulate the pharmacy profession in South Africa; having powers to register pharmacy professionals and pharmacies, control of pharmaceutical education, and ensuring good pharmacy practice.