TAC: Provincial Manager

Treatment Action Campaign
Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
Opportunity closing date: 
Wednesday, 8 December, 2021
Opportunity type: 
Employment
 TAC engages in monitoring, advocacy, and campaigning within the health system to ensure that every person with HIV, TB co-infection and STI's has access to quality comprehensive prevention, treatment, care, and support services to live a healthy life.

TAC seeks to appoint a Provincial Manager to be based in Limpopo.

The Provincial Manager (PM) is responsible for planning, organising, staffing including the overall management of the province to meet the goals of the organization. The Provincial Manager ensures that the direction of the organisation's operations and programs are implemented in a timely and efficient manner.
 
This role oversees and enables organizational resources (members and funds) in the districts to be used effectively to bring about progress through building strengthened and more sustainable membership in order to influence communities and external stakeholders, including the government. ​

   Responsibilities

  • Overall strategic leadership and management of the organisation’s activities and programmes across the province.
  • Develop strategic plans and work plans for the province.
  • Ensure that the strategic plans and work plans are aligned to national priorities.
  • Engage and represent the organisation in different accountability structures e.g. provincial government, community structures, civil society etc.
  • Engage with potential and existing donors if necessary.
  • Staff Management – manage provincial staff according to authorised organisational policies and procedures.
  • Financial Management - to ensure that financial procedures are followed by provincial staff, the budget is spent effectively in line with planned activities.
  • Develop provincial budget and ensure that the budget is allocated across all projects.
  • Monitoring and evaluation of organisational projects.

     Requirements

  •  A National Diploma/Degree in management/Project management.
  • A minimum of five years’ experience in middle management in a non-profit organisation.
  • Demonstratable knowledge and understanding of the South African public healthcare system, the  HIV/AIDS and TB responses.
  • Candidate to reside in Limpopo, with extensive understanding of community challenges.
  • Ability to communicate in English and proficient in two or more local languages e.g. Xhitsonga, Pedi and Venda.
  • Experience in an NGO and advocacy work preferably a membership-based organisation.
  • Ability to network, develop, and manage relationships across organisations and government stakeholders.
  • Strong financial management experience in ensuring projects are delivered within set budget lines.
  • Demonstrated leadership with strong organisational, personnel management skills with an ability to prioritise and delegate.
  • Ability to deal constructively with conflict, skilled negotiator and willingness to discuss behavioural issues.
  • Strong writing, research and analytical skills.
  • A valid driver’s licence is a requirement and the ability to travel as needed throughout the region.
  • Excellent computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook)

 
To apply, please send an application letter, qualifications, CV and three contactable references to manti.mngadi@tac.org.za
 
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. The organisation reserves the right to extend the closing date if deemed necessary and reserves the right not to make an appointment.

The organisation will take all reasonable precautions to ensure that your personal information is safeguarded in accordance with the Protection of Personal Information Act.

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

For more about the Treatment Action Campaign, refer to www.tac.org.za

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

   

Location: 
Limpopo

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