Khulisa Social Solutions: Registered Social Worker - Ekangala Area

Khulisa a national non-governmental organisation (NGO) specialising in community and youth development.

Khulisa seeks to appoint a Registered Social Worker, based in the Ekangala Area, Gauteng.


  • Coordinate, implement and administer the Diversion Programme;
  • Provide social work services;
  • Build stakeholder relationships;
  • Provide detailed reports;
  • Monitor and evaluate services.


Robin Trust: Human Resources Officer

Robin Trust is a nonprofit organisation based in Pinelands, Cape Town and provides community healthcare services through its Nursing Agency - placing EN’s, ENA’s and home-based carers with patients in both private homes and institutions.

Robin Trust seeks to appoint an Human Resources (HR) Officer, based in Pinelands, Cape Town.

Reporting to the Executive Manager and working in conjunction with an external HR consultant on projects, you’ll have responsibility for ensuring that all HR policies and procedures are consistently applied.


Catholic Welfare and Development: Director

Catholic Welfare and Development (CWD) is a leading and dynamic social development organisation working with vulnerable and marginalised communities in order to improve their chances to develop and sustain self-reliance. With programmes encompassing skills development, ECD capacity building, trauma and healing, feeding schemes, counselling and crisis relief and a solid network of community centres as well as partners, CWD is well placed to serve beneficiaries.

CWD seeks to appoint a Director, based in Cape Town.

Elgin Learning Foundation: General Manager

The Elgin Learning Foundation (ELF) is a nonprofit organisation aiming to help changing lives through value driven learning and by rendering services to ensure sustainable development since 1995. ELF's sister company, Elgin Community College NPC (ECC) is a private college specialising in accredited training since 2008.

ELF/ECC seeks to appoint a General Manager, based in the Elgin Valley, Western Cape.

Pebbles Project Trust: ECD Support Teacher

The Pebbles Project Trust is a registered nonprofit organisation that supports children, families and communities on the wine farms in and around Stellenbosch and Wellington. The work of Pebbles has five main pillars: education, health, nutrition, protection and environment.

The Pebbles Project Trust seeks to appoint an Early Childhood Development (ECD) Support Teacher, based in Stellenbosch.

This is a half-day position (08h00-13h00), five days per week.


Project Preparation Trust: Senior Project Manager

Project Preparation Trust of KwaZulu-Natal (PPT) is an independent public interest organisation that specialises in the preparation of projects for historically disadvantaged communities and special needs groups.

PPT seeks an experienced, motivated and self-managing Senior Project Manager, based in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.

The person will manage assigned projects and programmes, assist with effective coordination and delivery within the project team, and assist in securing new opportunities and funding.

Small Projects Foundation: Programme Manager

Small Projects Foundation (SPF) is a non-governmental organisation (NGO), that aims at achieving the development of individuals, families and communities who are committed to their own growth and development.

SPF seeks to appoint a Programme Manager, based in Eastern Cape.

The person is expected to be driven by performance excellence, integrity and community centeredness.

The incumbent will report directly to the Managing Director, on all aspects of the work and key performance areas.


Moving Beyond Community Politics

Creative Consulting & Development Works shares their 10 top tips for overcoming community politics when conducting research.

Research fieldwork can be daunting as it is, but when the community is not on your side, it can be near impossible.

It is essential as a researcher to strive to overcome this obstacle by acknowledging the importance of community buy-in. To have the community with you - and not against you - is vital and cannot be underestimated. Politics must be negotiated carefully to avoid community apathy and resistance.

Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa: Community Research & Advocacy Officer

The Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa (SERI) is a dynamic human rights NGO that provides expert socio-economic rights assistance to communities, CBOs and social movements.

SERI’s current thematic focus areas are: urban housing; access to basic services and informal settlement upgrading; informal trade; and participation, protest and political space.

The SERI Law Clinic seeks to appoint a Community Research and Advocacy Officer, based in Johannesburg.


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