Careers @ The Urology Hospital

Outstanding due to Excellence and committed to world-class patient care.

Quality Improvement And Risk Manager

Applications are invited from persons who possess the requisite experience, and qualifications and suitably meet the corresponding requirements for this mission-critical vacant role.

This position reports to the Executive: Nursing Management.

Closing date: 6 October 2022

Contact: Sanmarie Marais      

 Tel: (012) 423-4033  | E-Mail:



  • Demonstrate leadership ability, with a clear understanding of managerial management responsibilities and the expectancies to risk and Quality management
  • Patient-centered approach to evidence-based care delivery
  • Knowledge of professional standards
  • Knowledge of legal and ethical requirements
  • Ability to use clinical information systems
  • Commitment to quality, best practice, and environmental safety
  • Ability to communicate effectively in both written and verbal form
  • Ability to problem solve in a variety of complex situations
  • Ability to clinically lead a dynamic team that works effectively within a multidisciplinary environment
  • Ability to assist and support the implementation of quality and change management initiatives and clinical projects
  • Competent computer skills in MS Office application
  • Accuracy and integrity in working with other staff members
  • Deal with all service providers in a professional manner (e.g., Doctor’s needs and preferences)
  • Promote and carry out the image of the hospital in a professional manner
  • Keeping abreast with developments in relevant technology and optimal utilisation there off


  • Registered with SANC as Registered Nurse
  • Substantial clinical experience in the area of specialty, including at least 5 years of nursing experience
  • Relevant Post-Graduate Qualification in Nursing or equivalent
  • Ability to support and maintain budget management processes
  • A sound understanding of information technology including clinical systems applications relevant to the management of rostering and risk management reporting
  • Ability to identify opportunities for process redesign and to support/ train staff
  • Understanding care standards and accreditation processes
  • Private hospital experience would be advantageous
  • Sound judgment and a proactive approach to problem-solving and decision making
  • Good communication and sound interpersonal relation skills
  • Ability to under high pressure
  • Assertive presence
  • Willingness to work overtime from time to time

Please note that the Urology Hospital is a smoking-free facility and an equal opportunity employer. Should you not hear from us within seven working days after the closing date please consider your application unsuccessful. POPIA sections provide that everyone has the right to privacy and it includes a right to protection against the unlawful collection, retention, dissemination, and use of personal information and any attached text or documentation that are retained by the Urolocare hospitals for a period in accordance with relevant data legislation.