Catholic Health Care Association (CATHCA)
CATHCA is a registered non-profit organisation founded in 1987. CATHCA envisions a world in which even the poorest individual has access to good quality and compassionate health care. Their mission is to support and strengthen an evolving health care network of members serving the poor and marginalised, in collaboration with others. CATHCA is the associate body for health of the Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference (SACBC). It was founded in 1987 to support then-existing Catholic hospitals, serving as a voice for them, providing opportunities for networking and capacity-building, acting as a resource for government health policy, guidelines and strategy and sharing information on health issues. It continues to play this role for Catholic healthcare organisations and individual Catholic health workers throughout the region today.
CATHCA seeks to apppoint a Communications Intern to be based in Johannesburg.
The purpose of the position is to support a small, energetic and vibrant team based in Johannesburg. The successful candidate will support communications related activities including maintaining the website and overseeing social media messaging.
- Excellent and proven English writing and editing skills
- Prior experience in design, development and maintenance of websites
- At least Matric pass; diplomas or certificates in web design and graphic design will be an advantage
Please motivate your application by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org describing why you are interested in this opportunity and also attach your CV listing two contactable referees.
Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.
Please Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted - If you have not received a response within two weeks, your application was most likely unsuccessful.
For more about the SA Federation for Mental Health, refer to http://cathca.org/.
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