Adonis Musati Project
The Adonis Musati Project (AMP) was formed in 2007 to assist vulnerable asylum seeker and refugee populations in Cape Town. Since then it has developed several successful community-based psycho-social interventions to assist the most marginalized and vulnerable men, women and children.
The Adonis Musati Project seeks to employ a suitably qualified, competent and registered Social Worker to be based in Cape Town, to start on 1st August 2019.
- Render a social work service with regard to the care, support, protection and development of vulnerable individuals and families,
- Conduct assessments of all clients accessing services, aimed at identifying appropriate interventions and offering guidance and support to these families,
- Report writing and presentation of reports at relevant panels
- Referrals to relevant service providers
- Participate in multi-disciplinary case discussions
- Networking and stakeholder engagement
- Home visits
- Maintain accurate records and perform all administrative functions relevant to post.
- A formal tertiary qualification in Social Work (Bachelor of Social Work) that allows professional registration with the South African Council for Social Service Professions as Social Worker;
- Registration with the South African Council for Social Service Professions as a Social Worker and proof of current registration for 2019.
- Experience of working with vulnerable families and individuals,
- Knowledge of relevant legislation in social work practice.
- A valid, unendorsed Code B South African driving licence.
- Experience and ability to work in an inter-disciplinary team.
- Computer literacy, Microsoft Office, Excel and good administrative skills.
- Maturity and ability to work independently and as part of a team.
- Fluency in English.
To apply, submit your CV with the names and contact details of two recent, contactable references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal
For more about the Adonis Musati Project, refer to www.adonismusatiproject.org