Role title Electrician
Division Hospital Division
Location Netcare Mulbarton Hospital
Reporting structure Technical Service Manager
Closing date 26 October 2021
The Electrician will be responsible for the electrical reticulation of the facility. Furthermore, a stand-by function
will be performed in accordance to the Policy.
 Repair, maintenance, installation and control of electrical machinery and equipment, including transformers,
generators, distribution boards, UPS, nurse-call systems and all systems where a voltage exceeding 24V exists.
 Repair and maintenance of basic and industrial “household appliances” such as ovens, microwave ovens,
toasters, kettles and water boilers, and any other similar electrical equipment.
 Installation and basic maintenance of TV’s and nurse-call / bell systems.
 Routine maintenance on plant and machinery, as stipulated by servicing schedules of the equipment, and/or
as requested by the Supervisor/Manager.
 Preventive maintenance planning and implementation, according to Company Policy and Procedures, as
determined from time-to-time
 Reporting on the condition and functionality of the electrical plant and machinery, including general electrical
reticulation, standby generator performance, UPS performance, and PFC efficiency.
 Cost control through proper preventative maintenance and fast and effective response to breakdowns.
 Conduct safety inspections on all portable electrical equipment according to specifications.
 To perform a stand-by function in accordance to the Policy.
 Responsible for the electrical reticulation of the facility.
 Installation and completion of electrical projects.
 Inspection, fault finding and problem resolution of electrical wiring and appliances.
 Basic load balancing of three-phase reticulation
 Matric or related NQF level 4 qualification.
 National Trade Certification
 Electrical Installation License
 Computer literary advantageous
 Three years experience in a similar role.
 Computer literate in MS Office.
 Occupational Health and Safety Act’s regulations relating to machinery.
 Knowledge of the R158 building regulations, specifically with regards to hospitals, theatres and industrial
 Familiar with all relevant Regulatory and Statutory regulations
Coaching Others* The capacity to recognise development areas in others and support them to
facilitate personal development through coaching.
Leading and Managing Change* The capacity to implement and support change initiatives and to provide
leadership in times of uncertainty.
Performance Development* The ability to evaluate and develop different levels of capacity within a team to
achieve set objectives.
Taking Action Capable of recognising the need for action, considering possible risks and taking
responsibility for results.
Decision Making Capable of making decisions timeously and taking responsibility for the
Managing Self Capacity to plan, organise and control own work environment by setting
appropriate priorities and achieving set objectives within a given time frame.
Customer Focus and Service
The capacity to identify and respond to the needs of *internal and external
*Internal and external customers include patients, doctors, colleagues,
suppliers, visitors, vendors and any other person that requires a relationship
Adapting and Responding to
Capable of supporting and advocating change initiatives and managing own
reaction to change.
Continuous Improvement The capacity to improve systems and processes to facilitate continuous
Personal Work Ethic Capacity to instil an ethic of quality and consistency in self and others.
Building Relationships Capacity to establish constructive and effective relationships.
Communication The capacity to clearly present information, either written or verbal.
Teamwork Capacity to cooperate with others to work towards a common goal.
Technical Knowledge The capacity to perform a technical function to required standards.
Visioning The ability to provide direction in terms of action towards certain future
Empowering Creating conditions of willingness and participation amongst teams by
providing sufficient, encouragement, information, resources and authority to
make the necessary decisions to accomplish tasks.
Energising Having the capacity to motivate and mobilise, impart strength, vitality and
enthusiasm to teams to actualise the organisation’s vision of the future.
Designing and aligning Ensuring the optimal alignment of employee behaviour with the
organisation’s vision and values.
Rewarding and feedback Fostering a performance culture by creating a framework of appropriate
incentives and rewards to direct and motivate the achievement of desired
performance behaviours and goals.
Team building Creating team players and team effectiveness by using appropriate methods
and a flexible interpersonal style to instil a cooperative atmosphere conducive
to building a cohesive team.
Outside orientation Awareness of outside constituencies, emphasizing particularly the need to
respond to the requirements of customers, suppliers, partners, shareholders
and other interest groups, such as local communities affected by the
Global mindset Possessing a global frame of reference that enables one to scan the external
world environment for different perspectives and to adopt successful
practices. The capacity to inculcate a global mentality in others by instilling
shared values and cross cultural sensitivity.
Tenacity The capacity and courage to persevere with one’s purpose in a persistent and
determined manner despite opposition or setbacks, until the desired
objective is obtained or it becomes clear that the objective is no longer
attainable. Inspiring others, through active example, to have the courage of
their convictions.
Emotional intelligence The capacity to foster trust and create an emotionally intelligent workforce
whose members know themselves and know how to deal respectfully and
understandingly with others. The ability to regulate and manage one’s
emotions in a healthy and productive manner.
Life balance Articulating and modelling the importance of the need for life balance for the
long term welfare of oneself and one’s employees.
Resilience to stress Appropriately balancing these various pressures to maintain stable
Netcare Values At Netcare, our core value is care. We care about the dignity of our patients
and all members of the Netcare family. We care about the participation of our
people and our partners in everything we do. We care about truth in all our
actions. We are passionate about quality care and professional excellence.
 Care – The basis of our business. The professional, ethical patient care and
services we offer at every level of the organisation.
 Truth – The crucial element in building relationships that work. Open
communication with honesty and integrity is essential.
 Dignity – An acknowledgement of the uniqueness of individuals. A
commitment to care with the qualities of respect and understanding.
 Compassion – We engage everyone with empathy and respond with acts
of compassion in all interactions with our patients and their families.
 Participation – The willingness and desire to work in productive and
creative partnerships with others and the commitment to communicate.
The Netcare Way Netcare is committed to providing quality care. Our basic service standard
holds us accountable for the below seven behaviours which you will be
accountable to uphold:
 I always greet everyone to show my respect.
 I always wear my name badge to show my identity.
 I am always well groomed to show my dignity.
 I always practise proper hand hygiene to show my care.
 I always seek consent to show my compassion.
 I always say thank you to show my appreciation.
 I always embrace diversity to show I am not a racist.
The Company’s approved Employment Equity plan and targets will be considered as part of the recruitment
process aligned to the Group’s Employment Equity strategy. Netcare actively supports the recruitment of people
with disabilities.
Interested candidates who meet the above criteria are requested to e-mail a detailed CV to

Please note:
 Please note that reference checks for internal applicants will be conducted with the current and past
Netcare direct line managers of the applicant and the relevant Netcare HR Managers. Employees are
therefore encouraged to discuss internal job applications with their direct line manager to ensure that the
line manager is aware of the application.
 The terms and conditions of employment relating to the function which you have applied for will be based
on those that exist in the Division within which you will be employed.
 In the event of a candidate having any disability that may impair the individual’s ability to perform the job
function, the candidate must kindly inform the employer so that an assessment for reasonable
accommodation can be made.
 By applying for this position and providing us with your CV and other personal information, you are
consenting to the information being used for the specific purpose for which it was provided, which is
recruitment purposes and possible appointment purposes (should you be successful). Please note that your
information will be processed for recruitment purposes only or for such purposes relating to assessing the
establishment of an employment relationship with yourself, and this will be done in accordance with the
applicable data protection and privacy legislation. We confirm that such information will not be used for any
other purpose without obtaining your prior consent.
 If your application is not successful, we retain your CV and other information provided for a period of
6 months after which it will be destroyed in a secure manner. If you object to your information being used in
accordance with the aforementioned clauses, please indicate your objection and we will immediately
destroy your personal information in a secure manner.