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  • Ubuntu Africa Child Healthcare: Project Consultant

    Ubuntu Africa child Healthcare
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Friday, September 26, 2014
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    Ubuntu Africa Child Healthcare (UBACH hereafter) is an association incorporated in terms of Section 21 of the Companies Act (i.e. it is a not-for-profit organisation) with the mission of improving the health and wellbeing of children and teens living with HIV. UBA provides comprehensive, community-based support services in the township of Khayelitsha, South Africa.

    As part of their five-year strategy, UBACH will expand their services to double their size by 2015.  Steps toward this goal include building on their existing facilitators guide to create and finalise a UBACH curriculum.

    UBACH seeks to appoint a Project Consultant - Ubuntu Africa Child Healthcare, based in Cape Town, South Africa, liaising with the Programme Director; the majority of the time will be spent at the organisation’s office in Khayelitsha.

    The position will provide technical leadership and facilitate the development of a Programme Handbook for Ubuntu Africa Child Healthcare.

    Duration: Up to (70) working days, starting as soon as possible.

    Responsibilities:
    • Liaise with key stakeholders across the organisation to create and manage an effective process for Programme Handbook development including the definition of target audience and objectives, table of contents, preliminary utilisation and roll out plan;
    • Work with content experts throughout the organisation to develop and refine the handbook content;
    • Develop writing guidelines and coordinate the work of project writers;
    • Field test draft handbook content with key stakeholders;
    • Synthesize the final draft of the handbook working with a graphic designer;
    • Facilitate internal review of an advanced draft;
    • Outline of categories of content/handbook skeleton (06 October 2014);
    • Detailed outline of handbook design and summary content based on participatory content development (10 October 2014);
    • Advanced drafts of two field tested modules (03 November 2014);
    • Advanced draft of Programme Handbook following first team review (01 December 2014).
    Requirements:
    • Master’s degree in health sciences or a related field or commensurate years of experience;
    • Experience leading the development of programmatic resource materials for nonprofit organisations (guidelines, toolkits, programme handbooks, etc…);
    • Background in HIV in sub-Saharan Africa advantageous;
    • Demonstrated excellence in English writing and editing skills; ability to clearly consolidate information and narrate to a target audience;
    • Strong facilitation and communication skills;
    • Ability to develop processes to solicit and ensure the participation of stakeholders at multiple levels and to facilitate matrix management of a project across countries and departments;
    • Dynamism, creativity and flexibility;
    • Fluency in English (both written and oral) required; fluency in Xhosa an advantage;
    • Cultural sensitivity to effectively engage participants of all levels and backgrounds;
    • High level of computer literacy (Microsoft Office);
    • Enthusiasm to work on behalf of Ubuntu Africa.
    To apply, submit a CV and motivation letter to jobs@ubafrica.org. Please indicate “Programme Handbook” in subject of your email.

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    Only candidates short listed will be contacted for an interview. 

    For more about Ubuntu Africa Child Healthcare, refer to http://ubafrica.org.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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  • Ubuntu Africa Child Healthcare: Curriculum Developer

    Ubuntu Africa Child Healthcare
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Friday, September 26, 2014
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    Ubuntu Africa Child Healthcare (UBACH hereafter) is an association incorporated in terms of Section 21 of the Companies Act (i.e. it is a not-for-profit organisation) with the mission of improving the health and wellbeing of children and teens living with HIV. UBA provides comprehensive, community-based support services in the township of Khayelitsha, South Africa.

    As part of their five-year strategy, UBACH will expand their services to double their size by 2015.  Steps toward this goal include building on their existing facilitators guide to create and finalise a UBACH curriculum.

    UBACH seeks to appoint a Curriculum Developer, based in Cape Town.

    The person will analyse learning needs of Ubuntu Africa’s target audience(s), design and develop a comprehensive curriculum, and build capacity of Ubuntu Africa’s education team to facilitate curriculum. This is a short tern contract.

    Responsibilities:
    • Work with Ubuntu Africa’s education and other internal teams to define target audience;
    • Work with Ubuntu Africa’s education and other internal teams to analyse student learning needs and interests within the scope of Ubuntu Africa’s (insert #) core topics of instruction;
    • Design a curriculum roadmap including learning outcomes consistent with Ubuntu Africa’s Mission and Vision, and conduct desk research to identify existing curriculum which could be adapted to meet learning outcomes outlined in curriculum roadmap;
    • Develop a workplan and timeline for adapting existing curriculum and designing and developing additional curriculum as needed to meet learning outcomes;
    • Draft curriculum package including facilitator guide, participant manual and any relevant presentation materials;
    •  Illicit input from external stakeholders to ensure content is accurate and, where applicable, aligned to Ministry of Health (MoH) protocols.Research and finalise supporting audio/visual materials for each module;
    • Field test selected modules and make revisions where necessary;
    • Establish and document a system to continuously assess curriculum quality  and identify revisions or updates to align curriculum with new information;
    • Design and facilitate a Training of Trainers workshop to build capacity of Ubuntu Africa Education team to facilitate curriculum;
    • Submit finalised curriculum.
    Requirements:
    • Bachelor’s degree in Instructional System Design,  Curriculum Development or related field; Master’s degree preferred;
    • Knowledge of current instructional theories and principles;
    • Proven history of development of creative and engaging training materials in a variety of formats including online and instructor led learning programmes;
    • Advanced ability to use Microsoft Office;
    • Proven experience and proficiency in the ability to ask appropriate questions and probing for to elicit responses from a diverse audience;
    • Knowledgeable and functional in technical writing including consistent and correct use of tense, grammar/spelling, and appropriate documentation of resources;
    • Experience using the ADDIE Model;
    • Ability to manage multiple tasks in a dynamic, deadline driven environment with a multi-cultural staff;
    • Good time management skills essential; ability to problem solve and be flexible in order to continue moving the project forward;
    • Strong proof-reading skills to produce error-free documents;
    • Ability to communicate through verbal and written means with individuals and small groups at all levels of the organisation;
    • The consultant will not integrate material from any external source into the curriculum package without: 1) the approval of the Ubuntu Africa, and 2) appropriate permissions and acknowledgments from the source author(s);
    • The consultant will bill Ubuntu Africa for actual days/time worked. If the task is completed within a shorter period of time than estimated, the corresponding number of days will be reimbursed.
    To apply, submit a CV and motivation letter to jobs@ubafrica.org. Only candidates short listed will be contacted for an interview. Please indicate “Curriculum Developer” in subject of your email.

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    Only candidates short listed will be contacted for an interview. 

    For more about Ubuntu Africa Child Healthcare, refer to http://ubafrica.org.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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  • AgriAids: Chief Operations Officer

    AgriAids SA
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Monday, October 13, 2014
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    AgriAids is a NGO supporting the South African agricultural industry to actively address the problem of HIV/AIDS. AgriAids promotes an integrated approach where awareness as well as treatment are considered essential to fight the pandemic. The organisation is implementing activities in four Provinces (Limpopo, North West, Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal). Besides the head office, AgriAids SA employs ± 40 field staff in different provinces. AgriAids SA strives to reduce the negative impact of HIV on commercial and emerging farming communities and implements her programme in close cooperation with farm management and the (National, Provincial and Local) Department of Health.

    AgriAids SA strives to reduce the negative impact of HIV on commercial and emerging farming communities and implements her programme in close cooperation with farm management and the (National, Provincial and Local) Department of Health. AgriAids SA is funded by PEPFAR/USAID and NDOH.

    AgriAids SA seeks to appoint a Chief Operations Officer, based in Pretoria.

    AGRIAIDS is implementing activities in four Provinces (Limpopo, North West, Mpumalanga and Kwa-Zulu Natal). Apart from the head office, AgriAids SA employs ± 40 field staff in different provinces.

    The successful candidate should have strong managerial skills; the candidate will manage and provide leadership in the following field, strategic planning, program design, and monitoring and evaluation in conjunction with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and work in close consultation with relevant South African Government departments. Collaborate with the South African Government at National, Provincial, District and other lower level tiers to promote sharing of learning and identify relevant innovations. Ensure that the AgriHealth program is documenting learning and disseminating useful program information.

    Responsibilities:
    • Provide daily strategic management of all AgriAids projects and programmes; Ensuring all projects pursue specific goals and objectives as defined by AgriAids management and donors;
    • Quality assessment and assurance of Project implementation;
    • Provide strategic leadership for programme support team;
    • Responsible for meeting and analysing the targets as outlined in the COP’s;
    • In coordination with the Project Specialist, M&E team and the Programme Managers, provide guidance to AgriAIDS and government in the design and/or enhancement of participatory M&E systems, tools and protocols to strengthen data collection, analysis, reporting and utilisation in the Agricultural sector;
    • Assist in the design and implementation of baseline, mid-term and final evaluations and ensure follow-up of findings and recommendations to improve program quality;
    • Ensure that relevant reports are disseminated accordingly; Coordinate with the CEO to support development of high quality proposals and to position AgriAIDS for future funding opportunities; and Liaise with all project partners, farmers, donors, service providers and other stakeholders as needed.
    Requirements:  
    • 10 years working experience in public and health field;
    • International experience is an advantage;
    • Minimum of five years managing PEPFAR funded programme as a senior level
    • Master’s in public health or development studies with strong HIV programming;
    • Strong in report writing;
    • Excellent organisational, presentation and interpersonal skills;
    • Strategic thinking and Strong management skills;
    • Knowledge and understanding of social, political, cultural, and economic issues in Southern Africa
    Salary scale: G6L4/7 R676 785 - R727 543 per annum.

    To apply, submit your application to the Chief Finance Officer, Karin Jenkins at karin@agriaids.org.za or to the CEO Monene Mamabolo-Ndou at monene@agriaids.org.za.

    Enquiries: Tel: 012 320 8455/6.

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    If you have not been contacted before 29 October 2014, accept that you are not shortlisted.

    For more about AgriAids SA, refer to www.agriaids.org.za.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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  • Ubuntu Africa Child Healthcare: Health Manager

    Ubuntu Africa Child Healthcare
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Friday, September 26, 2014
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    Ubuntu Africa Child Healthcare (UBACH hereafter) is an association incorporated in terms of Section 21 of the Companies Act (i.e. it is a not-for-profit organisation) with the mission of improving the health and wellbeing of children and teens living with HIV. UBA provides comprehensive, community-based support services in the township of Khayelitsha, South Africa.

    UBACH seeks to appoint a Health Manager, based in Khayelitsha, South Africa.

    Reporting to the Programme Director, the Health Manager will oversee the health and well-being of the children enrolled in Ubuntu Africa Child Healthcare’s (UBACH’s) afterschool care program.  This includes daily/weekly/monthly monitoring of data trends on children’s medication adherence, attendance and health indicators identifying poor trends and ensuring proper linkages to other departments and/or clinics for follow up. 

    The Health Manager is in charge of establishing, maintaining and growing relationships with clinics where the children seek services.  S/he is responsible for attending meetings on behalf of UBACH at the clinic and district levels in order to ensure UBACH is well represented and closing the loop on any issues related to the child’s health.  The Health Manager oversees the nursing staff, working closely with them on health-related issues with the children. 

    This position is the primary staff member responsible for day-to-day management of every child at the center and will work in collaboration with the Programme Director and to ensure the health and well-being of each child, ensuring that every child is able to live a healthy life with HIV.

    Responsibilities:  
    • Monitor UBACH’s data for health and attendance trends; respond timely and appropriately to ensure wellness in all UBACH’s children;
    • Provide day to day supervision, management and support to the nurse ensuring health trends are reported to her for action as well as overseeing her work performance ensuring she arrives/departs according to her prescribed working hours, performs the tasks associated with her job description and that she has the necessary resources to perform the tasks associated with her role;
    • Track and monitor Nurse’s performance through quarterly performance management reviews, culminating in an annual review linked to recommendations for staff salary adjustments;
    • Initiate, grow and maintain strong working relationships with all the clinics the UBACH children attend.  Visit at least two (2) clinics per month; respond to the clinics needs in a timely and professional manner;
    • Ensure clinics are stocked with referral cards at all times; create process for picking up the cards in a timely and routine manner;
    • Actively participate in and be thoroughly prepared for UBACH multi-disciplinary and District MoH meetings ensuring that UBACH is positively represented and the wellnesses of the children are discussed;
    • Oversee the case management process, ensuring that all cases (both psycho-social and medical) are successfully managed from referral to resolution.  Conduct weekly case management meetings with required staff members and ensure that case notes are recorded and filed appropriately;
    • As a member of the management team, liaise between management team and staff, ensuring a transparent work environment with all pertinent information shared with staff on a regular basis;
    • Review financial reports on a monthly basis and provide oversight and recommendations for budgeting;
    • Any other task normally associated with the position or assigned by an appointed authority.
    Requirements:
    • Fluency in English and isiXhosa;
    • Minimum of a Bachelor degree, ideally with a concentration in Nursing;
    • Valid driver’s licence;
    • Minimum of three years’ experience in the field of Health, ideally with training in HIV;
    • Experience in operational and human resource management;
    • Demonstrated mastery working with Microsoft Windows, Word, Excel and PowerPoint;
    • Outstanding verbal and written communication;
    • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and commitment to the not-for-profit mission of UBACH.
    To apply, submit a CV and motivation letter to jobs@ubafrica.org

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    Only candidates short listed will be contacted for an interview. 

    For more about Ubuntu Africa Child Healthcare, refer to http://ubafrica.org.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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  • HOPE Cape Town: Temporary Data Capturer

    HOPE Cape Town
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Saturday, September 6, 2014
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    HOPE Cape Town strives to improve the quality of life and full potential of children and families affected by HIV, AIDS and related illnesses through its work in the Western Cape of South Africa.

    HOPE Cape Town seeks to appoint a temporary Data Capturer, based in Stellenbosch University Medical School in Tygerberg.

    Start date: as soon as possible.

    Duration: Up to two months.

    Times: Flexible.

    Requirements:
    • Tertiary Qualification;
    • Good with computers;
    • Ability to data capture at a fast pace;
    • Reliable transport arrangements.
    Allowance: Negotiable

    To apply, submit a CV to donordev@hopecapetown.com.

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    Enquiries: 021 938 9339.           
       
    For more about HOPE Cape Town, refer to www.hopecapetown.com.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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  • Right to Care: NGO Programme Coordinator

    Right to Care
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Wednesday, September 10, 2014
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment

    Right to Care is a Johannesburg based nonprofit (section 21 company) with a vision that all HIV-positive patients receive high quality treatment, care and support, improving their quality of life and productivity.

    Right to Care seeks to appoint NGO Programme Coordinator, based in Centurion, Gauteng.

    The NGO Programme Coordinator will report to the Grants Manager.

    The candidate will be responsible for coordination of RTC support to its sub-recipients partners in order to meet the expected contractual obligations.

    Responsibilities:

    • Understanding current programmes and the desired outcomes;
    • Familiarise oneself with the technical documents related to the programme;
    • Reporting on the progress of the programme to the manager and stakeholders;
    • Coordinate with the stakeholders and partners to develop and monitor progress on new programme designs;
    • Conduct continuous reviews on programme implementation progress of programmes implemented by the RTC sub-recipient partners;
    • Assist in identifying other stakeholders that RTC can partner with to support the programmes implemented by RTC;
    • Coordinate / Assist in support to sub-recipient partners in drafting annual workplans ensuring alignment with RTC annual plans;
    • Assist in pre-award assessments and close out procedures of sub-recipient partner programmes;
    • Assist in facilitating partnership between sub-recipient partners, DOH, and other relevant government departments;
    • Collect and review of partners reports;
    • Coordinate / Assist in the analysis and dissemination of programme outputs, outcomes, impacts in accordance with the organisation-wide and USAID reporting requirements;
    • Coordinate / Assist in conducting and submitting the annual / bi-annual programme assessments for all sub-recipient partner programmes in programme areas supported by RTC;
    • Ensure that quarterly PEPFAR reports are submitted as per PEPFAR deadline by the M&E department;
    • Ensure that there is regular feedback on data submissions and that data gaps are addressed timeously and appropriately by the M&E department;
    • Identify stakeholders considered strategic to the RTC HMIP;
    • Network with the relevant government ministries and departments in support of funded programmes and projects;
    • Participate in key working groups in strategic support to relevant stakeholders;
    • Support the periodic strategic evaluation of the RTC’s relationship with the stakeholders;
    • Support RTC’s relationship with different stakeholders in relation to funded programmes and projects;
    • Take responsibility for own professional growth and development;
    • Obtain guidance from relevant managers in case of uncertainty about reporting requirements or other issues;
    • Attend minimum of one relevant training semi-annually, if feasible;
    • Attend compulsory trainings (in-house and external) to maintain and increase professional knowledge and skills;
    • Identify and attend further trainings, as relevant to the job, to maintain and increase professional knowledge and skills;
    • Any other relevant and reasonable tasks which may be required from time to time, as and when required. Common examples (for illustrative purposes only):
      • Maintenance of site information sheets;
      • Documenting internal processes.
    Requirements:
    • Tertiary qualification (degree) in a health related field or five years of relevant experience;
    • Postgraduate qualification in a health related field;
    • Health management course;
    • Project management certificate;
    • Strong knowledge of HIV/AIDS;
    • Good knowledge of HIV/AIDS and the SA HIV/AIDS/TB scenario and the NGO sector;
    • Three years’ experience in a health or related field;
    • Computer literacy, including all Microsoft Office programmes
    • Management of HIV projects or clinic;
    • Minimum of two years HIV programme management experience;
    • Ability to liaise with different stakeholders;
    • Flexibility to travel extensively within South Africa;
    • Ability to work under pressure and multi-task where required;
    • Ability to work both independently and in a team context.
    To apply, submit a CV, motivational letter, ID copy, qualification and three professional references, stating full name of referee, relationship, e-mail address and contact telephone numbers to christina.seymour@righttocare.org or fax to 086 725 8828.

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    Should you not receive a response to your application from Right to Care within one month of this advert being placed, kindly consider your application as being unsuccessful. Right to Care wants to thank you for your interest shown in its organisation.

    For more about Right to Care, refer to www.righttocare.org

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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  • South Africa Leads in HIV Prevention Among Gay Groups

    As homophobic discrimination continues to sweep across the African continent, we should be acutely mindful of the diverse ways it harms societies. While we are most aware of the direct effect homophobic physical violence has on sexual minority groups, it is also crucial that we be cognisant of the many insidious ways which stigma and discrimination impact not only on sexual minorities but society at large.

    In societies that discriminate, sexual minorities are less likely to have access to the information and methods necessary to protect themselves from HIV. The Nobel Laureate and co-discoverer of the HI virus, Francoise Barre-Sinoussi, pointed out at her inaugural address to the 2014 International AIDS Society Conference in Melbourne, Australia, homophobia is the perfect breeding ground for AIDS.

    Not offering health services and programmes to one stigmatised group in society can negatively impact on all members of society. A failure to offer comprehensive HIV prevention and treatment services to sexual minorities can lead to an increase in national HIV prevalence.

    All sexual minorities are entitled to the same access to HIV prevention, treatment and care as the general population. Sustained lowering of HIV prevalence requires persistent engagement with the hearts and minds of societies across the continent.

    A key method to do this can be found right here in South Africa. Since 2010, Health4Men, a project of the Anova Health Institute and funded by the United States President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief / United States Agency for International Development and The Global Fund to Fight HIV, TB and Malaria, has developed a holistic approach towards the sexual health needs of sexual minorities, and in particular for men who have sex with men (MSM).

    For four years now, Health4Men has developed groundbreaking ways of challenging misconceptions about, and forms of discrimination against, sexual minority groups.
    This was initiated to make it easier for sexual minority groups to protect their own health and also to be able to access competent clinical care when needed. To put it simply, homophobia has the potential not only to limit competent medical care, but also to increase the likelihood of needing that medical care to begin with. Challenging homophobia within the community and among medical professionals is key to challenging HIV/AIDS.

    The work in South Africa, which has recently been highlighted and publicly acknowledged by the World Health Organisation, has led to the project offering its expertise across Africa. In particular, its clinical training and mentoring programme, which so far has trained over 3 000 clinical workers in South Africa, is now being offered to healthcare workers in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, supported by the International HIV/AIDS Alliance. This comes after a successful pilot in Zimbabwe.

    Such work is not easy. Training of clinical staff is not a simple quick fix to often long-standing misconceptions and lack of understanding about sexual diversity. It requires more than a change in attitude. To make a sustained and institutionalised change in healthcare provision requires long term mentoring of clinical staff and drawing on the medical knowledge-base created. Health4Men’s two centres of excellence in MSM care, located in Cape Town and Johannesburg, are a good example.

    This work is crucial if we are to make a permanent shift in HIV prevalence figures across Africa. As a result of work in South Africa, there is a tried and tested road map to continue this work across the continent.

      - Dr Andrew Tucker is with the Anova Health Institute of Johannesburg. This article first appeared on the GroundUp website.

    Author(s): 
    Andrew Tucker
  • FAMSA Upington: Financial Officer

    Families South Africa Upington
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Friday, July 25, 2014
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    Families South Africa (FAMSA) is a nonprofit organisation which believes in healthy relationships and well-functioning families as the key to the well-being of the community. FAMSA's focus areas are violence and trauma, HIV/AIDS, abusive relationships, poverty, women and children and relationship breakdown.

    FAMSA Upington seeks to appoint a Financial Officer, based in Kimberly.

    The Officer willo render support services to the Child Welfare South Africa Northern Cape Provincial Office.

    Requirements:
    • Excellent knowledge of Pastel;
    • 3-5 years in the Financial Services Field;
    • Knowledge of all relevant statutory requirements (UIF, PAYE, etc);
    • Knowledge of Internet Business Banking;
    • Ability to work independently and religiously stick to return dates;
    • Salary in accordance with NGO subsidy levels.
    To apply, submit a CV with contactable references, copy of ID/permanent residence permit and a copy of a valid drivers license to bettien@childwelfaresa.org.za

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    No correspondence allow and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    For more about Families South Africa, refer to www.famsaupt.co.za.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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  • Humana People to People in South Africa: Volunteer Video/Film Maker

    Humana People to People in South Africa
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Monday, July 28, 2014
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
     
    Humana People to People in South Africa is an association registered as an nonprofit organisation (NPO). Currently it is implementing developmental projects, including fighting HIV/AIDS, in five provinces in South Africa. The organisation is committed to empower and uplift disadvantaged communities. It is a member association of the international Federation of Humana People to People Movement.

    Humana People to People with funds from URC and under it’s Child Aid Project, has been implementing a TB Programme aimed at strengthening the fight against TB through new TB case finding, connecting to Clinics for treatment and prevention for new cases.

    Humana People to People seeks to appoint a Professional Video Maker Volunteer to make a video about the achievement of the TB Programme implemented in Limpopo’s Waterberg and Sekhukhune Districts.
     
    Responsibilities:
    • Make a video of the achievement of the TB programme in Waterberg District implementation sites.
    Requirements:
    • Experience in the areas of professional video making;
    • An idea and interest in community development;
    • Interest in Volunteerism;
    • Commitment to Team work during the finalisation of the video.
    Benefits: There is no payment but Humana People to People promises the suitable candidate:
    • Traveling during the week;
    • An insight into its work;
    • Further experience in this very crucial field of development work;
    • Self-satisfaction for doing good.
    Costs of the video making project - Humana is fully responsible to cover all the connected costs namely:
    • Travel expenses
    • Accommodation
    • food allowance
    • Communication allowance
    To apply, submit a CV and motivational letter to luckman@lantic.net or fax to +27 11 664 7654.

    Humana People to People South Africa is a South Africa NGO committed to empower and uplift disadvantaged communities. The organisation is a member of the international Federation Humana People to People. The aim of the Partnership Office is to establish partnerships with and raise funds from government, business, other organisations and foundations in order to create the foundation for the further expansion of operations in South Africa.

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    For more about Humana People to People South Africa, refer to www.hpp-sa.org

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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  • Durban Chamber Foundation: Health and Wellness Facilitators / Presenters

    Durban Chamber Foundation (DCF)
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Friday, July 25, 2014
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    The Durban Chamber Foundation (DCF) is a section 21 company of the Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry and has designed a series of interventions to mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS in the workplace.

    The Durban Chamber Foundation (DCF) seeks the service of Health and Wellness Facilitators and Presenters in the following areas:
    • Employee health and wellness
    • nutrition and diet
    • Stress management
    • HIV and TB
    • DOTS training
    • Chronic and lifestyle disease awareness and management
    These are not full-time positions, but rather Consultancies offered on 'as needed' basis.

    Responsibilities:
    • Facilitation and presentation aligned to identified workplace needs of approved workshops;
    • Ensuring Training material and registers are collected, completed and returned to the DCF office.
    Requirements:
    • Relevant facilitation and presentation qualification/certification;
    • Experience and extensive knowledge in presenting the above stated topics;
    • Fluency in English;
    • Proficiency in isiZulu is preferred;
    • Own transport;
    • Flexibility to travel as required.
    To apply, submit a CV and a motivation letter at albertn@durbanchamber.co.za.

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    For more about the Durban Chamber Foundation, refer to www.durbanchamber.co.za.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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