Assignment : Writing A Position Description

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NAME: Bhavana Pilla Exercise 4.1 - Writing a Position Description Form 4.1.1 THE POSITION DESCRIPTION PART I: ORGANIZATIONAL INFORMATION 1. Name (last, first, middle): Pilla, Bhavana 2. Date: January 2012 – August 2014 3. Job title: Junior Doctor 4. How many people in organization have this title? 15 5. Working title if different: Junior Doctor 6. Organization: LIFE CARE HOSPITALS 7. Work location (county or city) HYDERABAD, INDIA 8. Division within organization: CLINICAL 9. Title of immediate supervisor: Senior surgeon 10. Organizational unit: Maternity and Pediatric Unit PART IT: POSITION INFORMATION 11. State the chief objective of the position in a brief statement: • Monitoring and providing general care to patients on…show more content…
Percent of Total Working Time Work Tasks and Duties 25% - Monitoring vitals and regular follow up of the patients 25% - Working on daily patients and their paper work 25% - Coordinating with other staff about further details that need to be delegated to them and making sure the patient was satisfied before and after the service. 25 % - Counselling patients about the further care that has to be taken on discharge from the hospital. 12. What work actions and/or decisions are made without prior approval? To what extent are the advice and guidance from a supervisor received? State examples of the type of supervisory advice and guidance that are received as well as actions or decisions made without prior approval. • Attending out-patient care, diagnosing patients and preparing charts for further treatment plans. • Undertake managerial responsibilities such as planning the workload and staffing of the department in the hospital. • Work with other doctors as part of a team, either in the same department or within other specialties and liaising with other medical and non-medical staff to ensure quality treatment. • Promote health education by conducting regular workshops for the employees, students and also certain patient groups. 13. List and explain the contacts, if any, both
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