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UCT Vacancies 2021 Chair &Head Jobs in Cape Town Brief information

Employers Name University of Cape Town
Careers Portal Name UCT Careers Portal
UCT Vacancies available for Profile Chair &Head
Number of Vacant Role Not Specified
UCT Vacancies Age limit As per Govt Rules
Gumtree State
jobs
Gumtree Western Cape jobs
Gumtree jobs Gumtree Cape Town Jobs
Job Location Cape Town
Job Types Western Cape Jobs 2021-22
Salary R 263,856.00 Yearly
Last Date 10/10/2021

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Job Description

UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN

The University of Cape Town, founded in 1829, is one of the world’s leading universities and ranked
the highest in Africa. The University seeks to be “an outstanding teaching and research institution,
educating for life, and addressing the challenges facing our society”. Part of its mission is to be an
‘Afropolitan’ institution, by creating centres of research and teaching excellence that will bring
together academics from South Africa, the rest of Africa and the world.
UCT is a medium-sized institution of some 30 000 students and about 7 000 staff. Academically, the
University is divided into six Faculties (Commerce, Engineering and the Built Environment, Health
Sciences, Humanities, Law and Science), the Centre for Higher Education Development and the
Graduate School of Business. Teaching and research are underpinned by Professional and Support
Departments.
UCT’s key strategic objectives include: to be research-led; to use its resources to contribute locally,
nationally, regionally and internationally; to promote transformation in its institutional culture and
in the composition of staff and students in order to address the inequities of the past; and to
maintain itself as a medium-sized institution.

THE FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES
Marking its 100th anniversary in 2012 as the oldest medical school in sub-Saharan Africa, UCT’s
Faculty of Health Sciences has a prestigious reputation for medical achievement and groundbreaking research that has impacted on health globally. It is also known for having trained some of
the best health practitioners and health scientists internationally.
UCT plays a vital role in advancing South Africa’s health, by responding to local problems in the
context of global health challenges through training, research and service. The Faculty Strategic
Plan reflects the Primary Health Care approach, policy-relevant and socially responsive research
and teaching, a commitment to transformation and a cultural identity in keeping with an institution
with African roots.
The Faculty comprises of 13 academic departments: Anaesthesia & Perioperative Medicine,
Department of Medicine, Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Health Sciences Education, Human
Biology, Integrative Biomedical Sciences, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Paediatrics and Child Health,
Pathology, Psychiatry and Mental Health, Public Health and Family Medicine, Radiation Medicine
and Surgery. In addition to the academic departments the Faculty also has Primary Health Care
Directorate, the Institute of Infectious Disease and Molecular Medicine (IDM) and many other
research units, centres and institutes.
The Faculty has approximately 1 600 academic, research and scientific/technical staff including over
200 professors and associate professors, as well as over 200 part-time academic, research and
scientific/technical staff. Academic staff members in the clinical disciplines are jointly employed by
UCT and the Western Cape Government: Department of Health (WCG: DoH), or by UCT and the
National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS).
The Faculty offers undergraduate degree programmes in medicine, physiotherapy, occupational
therapy and communication sciences as well as a large number of postgraduate degrees at diploma,
honours, masters and doctoral levels(includingmedicalspecialisations). In Health Sciences, in more
recent years, our student demography reflects a largely postgraduate Faculty. The main teaching
hospitals are Groote Schuur Hospital and Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital; student
training also takes place at secondary and primary health care facilities in the broader Western
Cape community.
The Faculty has a strong tradition of basic clinical health systems and public health research.
Funding for research is available on a competitive basis from both the public sector- principally the
South African Medical Research Council and the National Research Foundation – and international
as well as other local funders. Details of research in the Faculty are given in the University’s annual
research report (https://www.paperturn-view.com/?pid=MTI124437&v=1.3 )
WESTERN CAPE GOVERNMENT AND HEALTH SERVICES
The Western Cape Department of Health is committed to deliver quality health care that is provided
by a professional workforce, and health services that are safe, comprehensive, integrated,
continuous and respectful of the people we serve.
The effective and efficient service delivery is enabled by support services such as Finance and Supply
Chain, People Management, Infrastructure, Information Management and Information and
Communication Technology (ICT) departments.
The Department of Health received 36% of the Provincial budget and manages its complex services
within this to have achieved a track record of 15 successive years of an unqualified audit.
Our services are rendered at multiple sites ranging from, amongst others, 42 acute hospitals, 11
specialised hospitals, 277 clinics (including that of the City Of Cape Town), larger 8 hour Community
day centres and 24 hour community health centres, 49 ambulance stations, 250 ambulance vehicles
and patient transport fleet of 82 vehicles and 18 forensic laboratories.
Essential to our functioning is our partnerships with key role players such as the HEI (Higher
Education Institutions) private sector, organised labour, civil society other departments and other
spheres of government. Challenges facing the Health Department include the increase of our population numbers as well as the escalating quadruple burden of disease in both communicable and non-communicable disease types, with the largest proportion being from chronic conditions, which form 80% of patients attending our primary care facilities. Despite this, our performance is rated the best in the country with life expectancy at 66 years, an infant mortality rate of 19.1 compared to 27 nationally and a maternal mortality of 78 compared to 269 for the country as a whole. Services in the Western
Cape Department of Health are rendered by over 33,000 competent staff, and the department has
significant strides in revitalising the infrastructure and ICT of health facilities.
The long term vision for the Department of Health, together with other information, is outlined in
the Healthcare 2030 document, available at: https://www.westerncape.gov.za/dept/health.
The Western Cape Department of Health is hoping to create a model of integrated service delivery
with optimal involvement at all levels of care in order to ensure a streamlined patient journey
through our services. As such, we have implemented structures such as the Geographic Service
Areas, which map out and links services across a referral pathway. Groote Schuur Hospital (GSH) is one of two central hospitals in the Western Cape and is part of a Geographic Service Area, where all clinical departments function across the different levels of care. GSH has 975 beds and 3,762 staff and offers specialist and sub-specialist services. The hospital works very closely with UCT to support its academic activities, and efficient and effective service delivery to our patients is a priority. The hospital continues to excel in ‘Leading Innovative Healthcare’ and this vision is upheld by every staff member in both clinical and academic activities.

How to Submit the University of Cape Town Vacancies 2021 Chair &Head Application forum 

Candidate who have required eligibility of fill this available Jobs at UCT Careers Portal. UCT application form 2021 for Western Cape Job Vacancies can submit their UCT Application Forum with the help of below tips:-

  • Job seekers directly go through below University of Cape Town Jobs apply now link.
  • When you click on the below Apply now button you will be redirected on official link of UCT Careers website.
  • Now you should check first eligibility given in the UCT Vacancies official announcement documents once again.
  • If you are profile/background matching with related profile you can click on apply button.
  • Now you need to fill up all information related your profile marked with *.
  • Now cross check once and click on the submit button.
  • Your application status will be show on your screen.
  • Take a mobile/desktop screen shot to use it for future.

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