Khululeka Grief Support: Monitoring and Evaluation Fieldworker

Khululeka Grief Support is a Cape Town based NGO focused on supporting bereaved children both directly, through grief and loss support groups, and indirectly, through child sector workshops. The organisation’s mission is to build the resilience of children, adolescents and their caregivers by equipping them with tools to process their experiences of loss and death. Through a holistic approach, it aims to create responsive and compassionate environments that enable grieving children to heal.

Afrika Tikkun: ECD Principal

Afrika Tikkun is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) that provides education, health and social services to children, youth and their families through centres of excellence in South African townships.

Afrika Tikkun seeks to appoint an ECD Principal at Uthando Centre - Braamfontein, Johannesburg.

The successful candidate will manage and support the all-round growth and development of Children and Staff according to the Centre’s educational and performance goals, developing and implementing proficient and effective educational programmes.


Project Literacy: Adult Education and Training Educator

Project Literacy was established initially as a grassroots literacy project in 1973, and registered as a nonprofit company in 1986, to address the needs of illiterate and semi-literate adults in South Africa. 

Project Literacy seeks to appoint an Adult Education and Training (AET) Educator, based in the Three Rivers area in the Gauteng Province.


New loveLife Trust: Youth Programmes Manager

The New loveLife Trust is a non-governmental organisation that campaigns with nationwide community level outreach and supports programmes that promote healthy, HIV-free living among South African teens. loveLife has reached unprecedented scale in implementing cutting-edge comprehensive and combined social behaviour change programming face-to-face with adolescents.

The New loveLife Trust seeks to appoint a Youth Programmes Manager, based in Sandton, Gauteng.

Khulisa Social Solutions: Registered Social Worker

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

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


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


Young in Prison South Africa: Director

Young in Prison South Africa (YIPSA) is a registered nonprofit organisation that offers a holistic programme, which seeks to prepare children and youth in conflict with law in making the transition from incarceration back into society through imparting life skills for behaviour change, offering skills development for effective reintegration and reducing reoffending.

YIPSA seeks to appoint an experienced and motivated individuals as Director, based at its Head Office in Cape Town.

Khulisa Social Solutions: Senior Social Worker

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

Khulisa Social Solutions seeks to appoint a Senior Social Worker, based the organisation's regional office in Park Rynie, in Kwa-Zulu Natal and travelling across the South Coast.


  • Supervision - diversion programme;
  • Administration - diversion programme;
  • Social work services
  • Stakeholder relationship building;
  • Reporting;
  • Monitoring and evaluation.


IkamvaYouth: Accountant

IkamvaYouth is a township-based volunteer programme that gets learners out of poverty and into university has once again shown that transformation is possible, despite the odds.

IkamvaYouth seeks to appoint a dynamic Accountant, based in Gauteng or Cape Town.

The Accountant will be in charge of the organisation’s financial management, and will ensure compliance with statutory requirements and regulations. The person will report to IY’s Finance Manager, and will be supported by the Financial Assistant.


enke: Make Your Mark: Programme Coordinator - Post-School Programmes

enke: Make Your Mark (enke) is a youth development organisation that inspires and supports young South Africans who are taking action on the most urgent social issues. The organisation empowers young leaders to make their mark on their community, their country and their world.

enke: Make Your Mark seeks to appoint a Programme Coordinator for its post-school programmes - the Ignition Programme and the Alumni Network, based in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.


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