Vacancies

 

 

Provincial Focal Person

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit a (1) one Provincial Focal Person based in KwaZulu Natal Province. HPPSA is looking for candidates that meet the below listed qualities:

Job Purpose:

The Organizer will be responsible for the successful management and implementation of all HPP projects in KZN province as well as maintain a good working relationship between HPP and all the district, provincial and national stakeholders & partners.

Requirements/Qualifications

At least 5 years’ experience in the following:

  • Field work and community mobilization
  • Program management
  • Should have good leadership qualities
  • Good in communication and facilitation skills
  • Good report writing skills
  • Human Resources-performance management and monitoring skills
  • Financial Management skills
  • High level planning and organizational skills
  • Good interpersonal skills, including being a team player
  • Always demonstrate strong professional attitude and behavior
  • Sober minded and should possess good conflict resolution skills

Duties/Responsibilities

  1. Identify, establish, manage, and mentor a Provincial Management Committee!
  2. Organize the Provincial Management Committee to meet and facilitate that it carries out and document its mandate.
  3. Establish contact, and network with Provincial Department particularly
  • Department of Health,
  • Department of Social Development,
  • Department of Agriculture,
  • Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries
  • Department of Arts, Sports and Culture!
  1. Identify and agree with NHQ and NPTSA the provincial meetings and forums to be part of
  2. Identify and work with strategic districts in the province for funding
  3. Routinely scan all local publications for local tenders at both the District and Province
  4. Work with NPTSA to identify all funding opportunities in the province and negotiate for funding
  5. Work with the IGP Officers to succeed in generating project own income
  6. Establishment of all HPPSA projects in the province as Climate Smart Centres.
  7. Document HPPSA work in the province for partnership purposes
  1. Be the main Contact and lead for the province
  • Work with the District Support Partners and Coordinate with Project Leaders on all activities at the Provincial level.
  • Coordinate with PL on all District Events and Meetings for all the programs in the province

Projects Management

  • Support all projects implementation in KZN from initiation to closure
  • Support the establishment of projects objectives in line with grant organizational objectives.
  • s.
  • Motivate and support the project teams to implement the program in line with the plan.
  • Support project teams in strategizing and dealing with challenges arising from program implementation.
  • Liaise and work with KZN province governmental structures for the benefit of the projects.
  • Ensure a holistic program implementation to cover all aspects of all project requirements.
  • Participate in meetings for planning and reviewing projects results, successes, and challenges.
  • Work with NHQ to ensure that projects in KZN meet all project implementation requirements for the partners.
  • Participate in provincial stakeholder meetings.

Financial Management

  • Support projects in implementing the organizational and partner E & A accounting systems and following the required guidelines for funds use and handling.

Networking and Collaboration

  • Networking with stakeholders and other departments and lobby for funding
  • Collaboration with provincial and district and other stakeholders
  • Represent HPPSA at provincial, and district levels
  • Scan for tenders and calls for proposal in all tender portal (local newspaper, notice boards and GRZ websites etc) Research tasks such as background information on government policies, government budgets, social and geographical information

Partnership

  • Identifying and qualifying partnership strategies through internet research
  • Look for tenders in Newspapers
  • Participation in conferences and relevant workshops to network with potential partners
  • Setting up of meetings with partners
  • Participation in meetings with partners
  • Arrange project visits for partners

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV no later than 07 December 2021 @ 17:00 pm to the following address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We encourage people with disabilities and from other diverse backgrounds (previously disadvantaged people and women) to apply.

If you have not been contacted within two (2) weeks of your application, please consider your application as unsuccessful.

Social Auxiliary Worker

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit one (01) Social Auxiliary worker, based in around Johannesburg Metro District – Gauteng Province. HPPSA is looking for candidates that meet the below listed qualities:

Job Purpose

As a Social Auxiliary Worker, you will work closely with both Community Health Workers and Clients, as well as their families. To provide psycho social services under the supervision of a Project Leader within the context of an HIV Prevention, care and support programmes. This will include screening and assessment, and referral to social worker for therapeutic social work services, within the program. The social auxiliary worker will also conduct structural programmes addressing HIV prevention as well as engage with relevant stakeholders with government departments, with partners and in the social work field.

Requirements /Qualifications

  • Grade 12 or equivalent.
  • Certificate in Social Auxiliary Work from a recognized college or institution.
  • Two years training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Registered with the South African Council for Social Service Professions (SACSSP) as a Social Auxiliary Worker.
  • Good Planning skills.
  • Problem-solving.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Patient and consistent.
  • Have empathy and understanding the environment.
  • Ability to liaise at any level and to work as a team.
  • Ability in reporting and writing.
  • Build networks to the related institutions; and
  • Educated on TB and HIV/AIDS.

Responsibilities

  • Conduct home Conduct home visits in assigned geographic areas.
  • Conduct Lessons to adherence club.
  • Referring areas that are identified to be conflict prone to the Departmental social worker for further intervention.
  • Establish database of available support structures in the community (NGO’s, religious care organizations, etc.).
  • Networks with all relevant stakeholders and implements an effective referral system to ensure effective service delivery
  • Counsel clients on health-related matters and maintain confidentiality.
  • Provision of psychosocial support to patient and families.
  • Provide minimum package of community-based care and refer to social worker /facility for continuum of care.
  • Conducts health screening to individuals and families.
  • Identify client’s problems and develop a plan for follow-up.
  • Provision of pre-test and post-test counselling.
  • Referral and linkage of all newly diagnosed clients to the health facility for treatment and care.
  • Ensures that families receive optimal care and holistic psychological support, etc. through multi- sectoral approach
  • Provide post-diagnosis support (treatment literacy classes)
  • Support HIV patients on treatment adherence and disclosure.
  • Provide psychosocial support to decanted clients who are using CCMDD facilities.
  • Undertake healthcare promotion or health education work.
  • Evaluate and Monitor Patient health improvement or progress.
  • Assist and support individuals, groups, or communities to improve their social functioning.
  • Ensure that relevant registers and case records are completed for all activities and cases.
  • Perform other administrative duties as assigned by the Project Leader.
  • Attend all relevant meetings/ forums/ workshops as assigned by the Project Leader
  • Ensure allocated targets are met within specified timeframes.
  • Write regular progress and process reports for all interventions.
  • Providing regular feedback to the team and supervisors on the client’s progress

30 November 2021 @ 17:00 pm to the following address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

We encourage people with disabilities and from other diverse backgrounds (previously disadvantaged people and women) to apply.

If you have not been contacted within two (2) weeks of your application, please consider your application as unsuccessful.

Caregivers x4

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit four (4) Caregivers based in Child Aid Mthata, Eastern Cape (2) and Hope Pongola, KwaZulu Natal (2). HPPSA is looking for candidates that meet the below listed qualities:

THE POSITION IS FOR A FIXED TERM PERIOD OF 12 MONTHS (01 Nov 2021 to 31 Oct 2022)

Job Purpose: The Care giver will be responsible for the successful management and implementation of the concept of; Child Aid and HOPE.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Identify and register the OVCs 
  • Conduct Community dialogues.
  • Provision of Life skills services to OVCs and refer the beneficiaries for relevant services.
  • Provision of after school program
  • Monitoring OVC school attendance
  • Assist Orphan and Vulnerable children with homework.
  • Cook and provide meals to Orphan and Vulnerable Children.
  • Organize and Conduct door to door awareness campaigns on Children s rights and responsibilities.
  • Empowering children on self-protection e.g. HIV/AIDS and substance abuse.
  • Facilitate recreational activities with the OVC
  • Compile weekly and monthly report
  • Participate in the trainings
  • Run income generating activities
  • Implement Child Aid concept and Extra activities
  • Provide Health promotion activities in the community

Skills Requirements

  • Smart Observation skills.
  • Ability to follow set rules and protocol.
  • Time management and organizational skills.
  • 3 years’ experience in Community Mobilization
  • Strong Administration and Communication Skill
  • Facilitation Skills
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Experience of working with Children

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV no later than 27 October 2021 @ 17:00 pm to the following address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Preference will be given to previously disadvantaged people, women and people with disabilities, under the age of 35 years, should be unemployed and should have not participated on “YES” program before.

Cleaner / Kitchen Assistant

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit one (1) Cleaner / Kitchen Assistant based in Pinetown, Kwa-Zulu Natal. HPPSA is looking for candidates that meet the below listed qualities:

THE POSITION IS FOR A FIXED TERM PERIOD OF 12 MONTHS

Job Purpose: Maintain clean environment in all the offices and common areas

Preparing and serve meals to Dinners at HPPSA National Headquarters.

Cleaner / Kitchen Assistant Duties:

  • Cleaning all the offices and common areas on daily basis
  • Make schedule for cleaning the outside area and windows and follow it
  • Cleaning of kitchen utensils and prepare the refreshment table
  • Cleaning the whole kitchen before and after food service
  • Empty the dustbins and refill all hygiene materials on daily basis
  • Preparing ingredients beforehand, like cleaning and chopping the vegetables
  • Looking after the stock of the kitchen and informing it to the kitchen manager as the stocks run out
  • Cleaning all the kitchen equipment before and after use
  • Cleaning the kitchen/ dining area and maintaining the cleanliness at all times as there could be an inspection anytime
  • Cooking dishes under the supervision of the Host
  • Giving suggestions to the Host regarding new preparations and the menu
  • Should know the menu thoroughly and should be able to make each dish on the menu
  • Help in the designing the interiors of the Dining room
  • Coordinate with the other kitchen staff
  • Update the accounts of the kitchen by requesting and clearing
  • Report any mishaps in the kitchen
  • Apply safety standards
  • Keep a check of the safety equipment.
  • Cleaning the outside environment of the Kitchen, emptying of bins and picking litre around.
  • Carryout stock count of kitchen equipment/utensils together with the kitchen Manager.
  • Pay attention to detail at all times
  • Comply with our staff handbook policies
  • Take reasonable care of health, safety and welfare of other dinners

Skills Requirements

  • Smart trustworthy and self-motivated with good sense of beauty for keeping clean environment.
  • Communication Skills: Communication is crucial in a kitchen. You will need to read to be able to request, understand instruction from the host, and talk to your fellow cooks to make sure the food is served hot and delicious.
  • Cooking Skills: able to prepare delicious light meals and heavy delicious
  • Dinners Service Skills: Dinners may have special requests or complaints. If you are working in a place where they can see you, you might need to interact with the Dinners with these special needs where necessary.
  • Hand-Eye Coordination: Cooking requires great knife skills, proximity to fire and many dangerous elements. A steady hand will help you greatly.
  • Sense of Taste and Smell: Knowing when food has gone bad, understanding proper seasoning and what tastes good will help you prepare better meals.
  • Stamina: Kitchen hours can be long and grueling. You will need to be able to stand on your feet for long periods and lift heavy objects from storage.
  • Teamwork: Very often, cooks are part of a large team, reporting to a kitchen manager. You will need to be able to work as a team to create a great experience and environment for Dinners.
  • Working in the kitchen involves getting in contact with dirty dishes/ floors at times, always strive to be smart and presentable in your uniform and keeping clean environments.
  • A happy cook keeps a happy face.
  • Should adhere to the demands of the occupational health and safety demands at all times.

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV no later than 17 October 2021 @ 17:00 pm to the following address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Preference will be given to previously disadvantaged people, women and people with disabilities, under the age of 35 years, should be unemployed and should have not participated on “YES” program before.