hiv/aids

hiv/aids

  • Grassroot Soccer: Office Administrator - Khayelitsha

    Grassroot Soccer South Africa
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Wednesday, November 6, 2013
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    Grassroot Soccer (GRS) is a South African nonprofit organisation that uses the power of soccer to prevent HIV/AIDS. GRS trains local community-based youth role models as skills coaches to deliver comprehensive HIV prevention and life skills education through rigorously designed and evidence based curricula.

    Since that time, GRS has evolved into one of the leading sport for development public health NGOs. The organization’s global headquarters are in Norwich, VT with African headquarters in Cape Town, South Africa and additional offices in Zambia, Zimbabwe, and London.  The GRS team currently encompasses over 170 full time team members in five countries on three continents, as well as over 500 coaches in South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe. 

    GRC seeks to appoint an Office Administrator, based in in Khayelitsha, Cape Town.

    This is an opportunity for an exceptional person to join the team at Grassroot Soccer in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, South Africa. A truly innovative non-profit organisation, the people of GRS have the singular vision of a world mobilized through soccer to create an AIDS free generation.

    The Office Administrator must ensure that the program teams have the daily support to achieve their goals and targets. The Office Administrator works closely with the Site Coordinator to ensure that the site runs smoothly, meeting all the finance, HR and administration standards and is compliant with all policies and procedures. They are also the custodian of the site calendar, ensuring that all events, programmes and meetings are scheduled and minuted. This may include managing certain partner relationships as required by the Site Coordinator.  They may also take responsibility for planning special events and projects as required by the site.

    You are freakishly passionate about logistics, creating an organised place to work and ensuring that all administration seamlessly supports world class program delivery.  An individual who holds strong finance and administration experience, but who is looking to practice these skills in a unique, fun energetic environment focused on truly inspiring work will thrive in this role.  Continual innovation is at the core of who we are and we’re not afraid to lead from the front.  GRS isn’t for everyone, and a ‘fit’ with our culture is a must. You must have contagious positive energy, a passion for our mission, be self-motivated and demonstrate incredible teamwork.  We’re an organization comprised of refreshingly sharp, confident and committed individuals who truly thrive on the strength of the combined team – the whole at GRS is a great deal more than the sum of the parts. The OA will both thrive in, and make an enormous contribution to our unique and very special organization.
     
    Only exceptional candidates need to apply.

    To apply, submit a CV and motivation letter stating how you can make an extraordinary contribution to the organisation with the subject line “OA: Khayelitsha” in the subject line to people@grassrootsoccer.org.

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

    We reserve the right not to make an appointment.

    For more about GRS South Africa, refer to www.grassrootsoccer.org.

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

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  • AIDS Consortium: Trainers

    The AIDS Consortium (AC)
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Friday, October 25, 2013
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    The AIDS Consortium (AC) founded in 1992, is one of the largest NGO networks in South Africa, serving over 1000 affiliated members in the HIV/AIDS and human rights sectors. The mission and vision of AC encapsulates driving social change through building capacity and AIDS competence across its membership network, as well as within the sector.

    AC is the appointed South African Linking Organisation of the International HIV/AIDS Alliance (IHAA), represents its network on the South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) as the Sector Leader, and is an accredited training service provider. The mission and vision of AC encapsulates driving social change with a focus on strengthening community systems through building organisational  and competence around HIV, TB and AIDS issues across its membership network, as well as within the sector.  A firm Human Rights approach underpins all AC work.

    AC seeks to appoint two Trainers, based in Polokwane, Limpopo.

    The successful incumbents will report to the Training Manager, working closely with the broader AC team and allocated affiliated CBOs. The successful applicants will be required to fulfil the primary functions in a professional manner.

    This is a one-year fixed term contract, with the possibility of renewal, funds permitting.

    Responsibilities:

    Capacity development 
    • Organising  and conducting accredited organisational development training for CBOs;
    • Organising and conducting technical training for community mobilisers;
    • Working with relevant bodies to deliver quality training;
    • Content development within the organisation;
    • Faciliate relationship building between CBOs and other community structures;
    • Mentor and support CBOs and community mobilisers;
    • Profile participating organisations;
    • Conduct organisational capacity needs assessments.
    Administration and logistics 
    • Logistics coordination– ensuring smooth running of training and other AC events;
    • Coordinating travel arrangements for training participants, including travel reimbursements;
    • Develop and keep updated files of all organisations participating in the capacity development programme.
    Monitoring, reporting and evaluation
    • Collect data and submit to head office in Johannesburg;
    • Write reports on all work conducted.
    Requirements:
    • Relevant three year qualification in Community Development and training;
    • Minimum of three years of experience in community development and training of CBOs;
    • Experience and knowledge on Organisational Development and Advocacy;
    • Mentorship, coaching and organisational assessment experience;
    • Excellent facilitation and training skills;
    • Excellent report writing skills;
    • Project and event management skills;
    • Communication and interpersonal skills;
    • Excellent logistics and administrative skills;
    • Fluency in English and at least two South African indigenous official languages;
    • Valid driver’s licence;
    • Willingness to travel extensively;
    • Ability to interact at all levels;
    • Assessor qualification;
    • Accreditation, NQF and SAQA experience an advantage;
    • Sound experience on HIV/AIDS;
    • Passion in community development.
    Remuneration: R160 000 – R180 000 per annum, cost to company dependent on qualification and experience.  Candidates living positively with HIV are encouraged to apply.
     
    To apply, submit a CV, contact details of three referees and motivation letter to Mokgadi Mojela at mokgadi@aidsconsortium.org.za - no later than 16h00 on 25 October 2013.

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

    Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

    Candidates living positively with HIV are encouraged to apply. 

    For more about the AIDS Consortium, refer to www.ac.org.za.

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

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  • Right to Care: Quality Assurance Coordinator

    Right to Care
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Friday, October 11, 2013
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment

    Right to Care is a Johannesburg based nonprofit funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) 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 a Quality Assurance Coordinator, based in Gauteng.
     
    S/he will respond to the Senior Operations Manager.
     
    Responsibilities: 

    Quality assurance
    • Coordinate and facilitate all quality assurance requirements/processes related to Clinical Governance, Infection Control and Prevention Programmes;
    • Ensure implementation and monitoring of the six government priority quality improvement areas;
    • Support, monitor and evaluate the District Adverse Committee;
    • Prepare for health facilities inspections (public);
    • Review and update policy files, systems,  compliance is in accordance with prescribed protocols;
    • Support site coordinators on following up of needs assessments and recommendations are implemented in accordance to set deadlines;
    • Assess clinical patient records and ensure that quality patient care is maintained at all times;
    • Coordinate, facilitate and participate in the development of all quality assurance requirements/processes related to HCT, TB, PMTCT, Adult and Pediatric HAART, LTFU and Referral Programmes;
    • Audit clinical assessments and provide reports on each assessment conducted
    • Participate in the planning of site visits and assessments;
    • Highlight potential areas of opportunity and synergies for DOH sites;
    • Conduct ongoing needs analyses of government supported sites and close of gaps as they arise.
    Training and evaluation
    • Conduct assessments and capacity building on quality improvement;
    • Provide in-service training for Nursing/other relevant health professionals.
    Research
    • Facilitate investigation and closure of adverse incidents reported;
    • Participate in research projects.
    Administration
    • Work towards set objectives as set out in strategic planning sessions
    • Attend relevant meetings;
    • Build and maintain sound working relationships with partners as assigned;
    • Formulate, audit and oversee SOP’s;
    • Provide monthly reports;
    • Manage and distribute  training received.
    Requirements: 
    • Diploma in nursing (general nursing science, psychiatry, community and midwifery);
    • Nursing education with a diploma/degree in HIV management;
    • Registered with SANC;
    • Minimum of three years experience in nursing education, two in management and leadership and four years clinical HIV;
    • Microsoft Office proficient (Word/Excel);
    • Must have valid driver’s licence;
    • Must have above average auditing and communication skills;
    • Must be able to pay attention to detail and write clear and concise reports;
    • Must have above average management and leadership skills.
    Note:  This position entails travelling within the two Gauteng districts in all allocated sites.

    To apply, submit a CV and motivational letter to Khanyisile.Kheswa@righttocare.org or fax to: 086 549 2925.

    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, consider your application as being unsuccessful. 

    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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  • Right to Care: Site Coordinators

    Right to Care
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Friday, October 11, 2013
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment

    Right to Care is a Johannesburg based nonprofit funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) 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 Site Coordinators in the following locations:
    -       Free State:  Maluti-A-Phofung x2,  Mantsopa x1
    -       Mpumalanga:  Mbombela x1, Bushbuckridge x 3,Umjindi x1,Nkomazi x 2)
     
    The Site Coordinators will report to the Provincial Area Manager.

    Responsibilities: 

    Site  management
    • Review the system and ensure that prescribed protocols as delegated by site team leader are followed;
    • Communicate regularly with site managers and the Area Manager and build and maintain sound relationship with partners as assigned.
    Assessment and capacity building
    • Conduct continuous needs analyses of government supported sites, address gaps accordingly by:
      • Following-up on needs assessments to ensure that recommendations are implemented timeously.
      • Highlighting potential areas of opportunity and synergy for all  DOH sites
      • Identifying training needs and develop training plans for staff at all sites.
    • Mentoring at sites on all areas of CCMT Program Implementation.
    Project  management
    • Draw up of site specific work plans;
    • Implement project plans which encompass the following services: HIV/AIDS and TB, Maternal & Child Health, Primary Health Care Re-engineering, National Core Standards &  National Health Insurance;
    • Submit weekly reports on implementation progress.
    Monitoring and reporting
    • Facilitate data management and monthly reporting as per Right to Care & Department of Health prescripts, in conjunction with M & E staff to ensure timeous and accurate data is submitted;
    • Identify areas of improvement, additional needs and opportunities to meet the targets and implement systems to achieve the same;
    • Keep up to date on PEPFAR definitions and indicators and ensure that COP work plan submissions are aligned;
    • Assist with updating and submitting of Site Quick Fact Sheets for all sites;
    • Work with the Area Manager in ensuring that financial and programmatic reports are aligned.  
    Requirements:
    • Diploma /degree in nursing;
    • Minimum of three years of working experience within health programs or similar related field;
    • Valid driver’s licence;
    • Must be computer literate;
    • Must have above average communication and customer orientation skills;
    • Must have above average planning and reporting skills.
    Note: The incumbent will be required to have his/her own reliable motor vehicle and be willing to use the same for business purposes. This position entails travel within the district in all allocated sites.
     
    To apply, submit a CV and motivational letter to Khanyisile.Kheswa@righttocare.org or fax to: 086 549 2925.

    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, consider your application as being unsuccessful. 

    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 African National AIDS Council: Health Economist

    South African National AIDS Council (SANAC)
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Monday, October 28, 2013
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    The South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) Trust leads South Africa’s response to the national HIV/AIDS, TB and STIs epidemics. SANAC is building a dynamic team that can facilitate its effective leadership of the national response.

    SANAC seeks to appoint a Health Economist, based in Pretoria.

    This is a three-year performance-based contract, renewable subject to satisfactory performance and availability of funds. Flexibility regarding time worked and office location will be based on the strength of the applicant and SANAC’s requirements.

    Responsibilities:
    • Collate, review and summarise up-to-date financial, costing and economic information relating to the response to HIV and AIDS, TB and STIs in South Africa;
    • Develop and maintain a database of unit costs, identify, collate, review and repackage existing research (local, regional and international) and identify areas of new research to be undertaken, so as to contribute to SANAC’s priority research agenda;
    • Develop Terms of Reference for economic research and/or projects required to inform the government’s response to HIV and AIDS, TB and STIs;
    • Undertake in-house economic research, where feasible, or identify suitable service providers and provide technical oversight of these;
    • Identify, collate and analyse routine indicators of financial performance towards the NSP targets;
    • Track previous spending and available resources against the country’s priorities and their financial need estimates;
    • Contribute to the development of costing and budgeting models to facilitate SANAC, PCAs and provincial departments’ budgeting processes;
    • Develop and analyse financial or quantitative models to assess opportunities for improved efficiency and effectiveness of HIV and AIDS and TB interventions;
    • Explore new funding mechanisms for government to generate revenue for HIV and TB programmes, projecting potential income and assessing feasibility;
    • Facilitate meetings with government and external stakeholders to drive operational and policy changes based on financing scenarios;
    • Manage the SANAC Costing Technical Task Team;
    • Draft policy memos to inform SANAC, government, external stakeholders on health financing challenges and opportunities;
    • Collate management information for the NSP Financing Committee;
    • Develop and implement work plans, including budgeting and tracking of expenditure.
    Requirements:
    • Honours degree/Master’s degree in health economics or equivalent;
    • Minimum of eight years of working experience in the private or public health sector, with increasing levels of responsibility and experience managing other individuals;
    • Five years of experience in health financing, costing, budgeting, resource tracking, impact assessment in HIV and/or health. An understanding of national health insurance programmes would be advantageous;
    • Extensive knowledge of the South African public sector and its financial systems;
    • Knowledge of or experience with the Global Fund proposal development process as well as other donor funding mechanisms (e.g., IHP, SWAP, HIPC funds);
    • Ability to work in developing countries, particularly in the health sector and/or with other National AIDS Councils;
    • Ability to come up with innovative financing approaches for developing countries;
    • Sound quantitative skills, including experience developing and analysing financial models;
    • English language fluency, both written and verbal, and with sound presentation skills;
    • Organisational and problem-solving skills;
    • Ability to think strategically about long-term programme objectives and the detailed steps necessary to achieve them;
    • Ability to multi-task and work effectively in fast-paced, high-pressure situations;
    • Ability to work independently on complex projects and solve challenging problems with limited structural or operational support;
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint;
    • South African citizenship is required.
    To apply, send CV to hr@sanac.org.za.

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

    Note that feedback will be given to shortlisted candidates only. SANAC reserves the right not to appoint if a suitable candidate is not identified.

    SANAC gives preference to candidates who meet the job requirements and who will add to the cultural and gender diversity of the organisation. By applying for this position, the applicant understands, consents and agrees that SANAC may solicit a credit and criminal report from a registered institution and/or SAPS (in relation to positions that require trust, honesty and/or entail the handling of cash or finances) and may also verify the applicant’s educational qualifications and employment history.

    For more about South African National AIDS Council, refer to www.sanac.org.za.

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

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  • UN Bemoans Falling Use of Condoms in Africa

    The Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) says that people in several African countries are using fewer condoms and have sex with more than one partner, threatening efforts to fight HIV.

    In its annual report, UNAIDS notes that new infections in sub-Saharan Africa dropped 34 percent between 2001 and 2012.

    However, the region last year still accounted for 70 percent of the estimated 2.3 million new infections with the virus.

    If further states that there is evidence that the number of people who have more than one sexual partner was rising in many African countries.

    To read the article titled, “Falling condom use in Africa undermines efforts to fight HIV: UN,” click here.

    Source: 
    Times Live
  • ‘Dramatic’ Progress in the Fight Against AIDS

    According to a United Nations report, the global rate of HIV infection and the number of AIDS-related deaths have been dramatically reduced due to expanding access to treatment.

    In its annual update on HIV, which it says now infects around 35.3 million people worldwide, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) says deaths from AIDS and HIV infection rates are falling, while the number of people getting treatment is going up.

    It states that AIDS-related deaths in 2012 fell to 1.6 million, down from 1.7 million in 2011 and a peak of 2.3 million in 2005, adding that the number of people newly infected with the disease dropped to 2.3 million in 2012 down from 2.5 million in 2011.

    To read the article titled, “United Nations reports 'dramatic' progress in fight against AIDS,” click here.

    Source: 
    Times Live
  • ARV Pill Prevents HIV Study

    A study has found that if people at high risk of contracting HIV take antiretrovirals as a preventative measure daily, they get almost total protection from the virus.

    The results of the study, which have been published in the online journal, Plos, found that of the 750 HIV-negative Ugandans who had HIV-positive partners and took ARVs for over a year, not one contracted HIV.

    In the control group of 404 Ugandans who had been given a placebo, 14 became infected with the virus.

    To read the article titled, “ARV pill prevents HIV: Study,” click here.

    Source: 
    Times Live
  • Right to Care: Data Quality Mentors (Nationwide)

    Right to Care
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Thursday, October 3, 2013
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment

    Right to Care is a Johannesburg based nonprofit funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) 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 Data Quality Mentors in the following locations:
    • Free State: Maluti-a-Phofung (2x)
    • Mpumalanga: Bushbuckridge(1x), Nkomazi West (1x)
    • Western Cape: Theewaterskloof (1x)
    • Gauteng: Merafong (1x), Mogale ( x)1, Region B (1x)
    They will report to the Area Managers and Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officers.

    Responsibilities:
    • Strengthen and support the public health information system in the Right to Care-supported sub-districts;
    • Support the implementation of Department of Health electronic and paper-based data management tools and systems in all public health facilities in the sub-districts;
    • Provide training, mentoring, and technical assistance to enhance M&E/data-related capacity of sub-districts and health facilities;
    • Support all facilities and sub-districts with routine tracking, quality assurance, dissemination, analysis and usage of HIV/TB-related data;
    • Provide consistent and reliable data reporting to all stakeholders.
    Requirements:
    • Degree/diploma in health, public health, social sciences, or other relevant field;
    • M&E training;
    • Minimum of three years of work experience in data management;
    • Minimum of two years of work experience in managing HIV/TB Care & Treatment-related data, including data verification/quality assurance;
    • Minimum of two years of work experience with Department of Health data/monitoring systems, from patient record level to District Health Information System (DHIS) level;
    • Sound knowledge of HIV/TB Care and Treatment programmes, including basic clinical knowledge;
    • Experience in managing of staff and training and facilitation skills would be an added advantage;
    • Computer certification, including in Microsoft Excel;
    • Must have above average computer and numeracy skills;
    • Must have initiative and be able to plan and monitor the flow of activities and outcomes;
    • Above average analytical, auditing and reporting skills;
    • Ability to pay attention to detail and write clear and concise reports;
    • Proficient in English and one local language in the location of the post; 
    • Must be willing to travel extensively in sub-district where post is based, with occasional overnight national travel.
    • Must have valid drivers’ license. Own transport is highly preferred.
    • Applicants will be expected to pass a series of tests (technical skills and knowledge), to be written at our offices in Johannesburg, Nelspruit, Bethlehem, or Hermanus. Travel arrangements and costs to be covered by the applicants. 
    To apply, submit a CV and motivational letter to joyce.moodley@righttocare.org or fax to: 086 298 0905.

    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, consider your application as being unsuccessful. 

    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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  • AgriAids: Programme Manager

    AgriAids SA
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Sunday, September 29, 2013
    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 Programme Manager for North West and Limpopo.

    The successful candidate should have a clear understanding and knowledge of HIV/Aids related issues and a passion for community development, especially of farm workers. S/he should be highly experienced in working and managing field staff. The Programme Manager will have to guide and manage AgriAids SA programmes as required by AgriAids management. S/he will work closely with the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) manager to input accurate data on a monthly basis for donors. 

    Responsibilities:
    • Management of AgriAids projects through its specific goals and objectives as defined  in the Country Operational Programme (COP);
    • Oversee the implementation and monitoring of AgriAids projects and programmes and ensure optimal achievement of targets;
    • Arrange monthly internal reporting meetings with CEO and Programme Director;
    • Regular site visits to ensure constant monitoring, control and evaluation of project related activities;
    • Organise project activities on farms and ensure all logistical issues are in place for any planned events on farms;
    • Liaise with all project partners, donors, service providers and other stakeholders as required
    • Execute monthly reporting to donors as per reporting templates;
    • Create data management systems to ensure all project-related information/data is stored and retrievable;
    • Ensure that lessons learned from M&E process is channelled back into programme design;
    • Assist Administrator in procurement, petty cash administration and other processes in line with donor requirements. 
    Requirements: 
    • Degree in humanities, health, development or related field is recommended with at least three year’s senior project management experience preferably in an NGO environment;
    • Minimum of one year experience with an international donor, preferably USAID;
    • Proven ability to manage and deliver relatively complex projects with a diversity of stakeholders;
    • Excellent oral and written skills in English;
    • Excellent computer skills, especially with the Excel programme and other database packages;
    • Good negotiation and mediation skills with leadership qualities;
    • A strong understanding of  HIV and Aids and rural health;
    • Planning, administrative and project management skills.
    Salary Scale: G5L2/3 R374 183 – R402 246 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.

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

    Only shortlisted applicants who meet the criteria will be contacted.

    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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