Vacancies

 

 

Stepping Stone Facilitators x 5

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit five (5) Stepping Stone Facilitators:

  • 2 based in and around Nkomazi areas in Mpumalanga Province,
  • 2 based in and around Bushbuckridge areas in Mpumalanga Province,
  • 1 based in and around Thaba Chweu areas in Mpumalanga Province,

HPPSA is looking for candidates that meet the below listed qualities:

Job Purpose – Recruit form and Facilitate Clubs within the Community

Requirements /Qualifications

  • Grade 12
  • 3 years’ experience in Community Mobilizing
  • Experience in community health work
  • Strong Administration and Communication Skills
  • Good Report Writing Skills
  • Accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Facilitation Skills
  • Ability to work under pressure

Responsibilities:

 

Mapping and Field Visits

 

  • Recruit and register the stepping stone participants and they should volunteer.
  • Ensures facilitators have hard Copies to collect data and make the use of the Apps during their meeting as an M & E Tools.
  • Make support visit to clubs once a month.
  • Collect documents from stepping stone group during the support visit.
  • Deliver documents to the Facilitators during support visits.
  • Hold community sessions and meetings to educate the community of the usage and advantage of using solar systems both at the facility and community level
  • Design IEC/BCC materials for the usage of stepping stone and linkages to more effective and efficient health service provision and disseminate this widely into the community ensuring wide coverage
  • Collaborate with health authorities at the district and county level and with the respective communities in the awareness creation
  • Design training curriculum
  • Organize in-house and offsite activities, like presentations, job simulations and role-playing exercises
  • Manage participants ’ subscriptions to conferences and e-learning courses
  • Order instructional material (e.g. ebooks and manuals)
  • Discuss career-pathing opportunities with managers
  • Enrich courses with visual aids to engage trainees
  • Measure outcomes from trainings
  • Research and recommend learning equipment (e.g. platforms and projectors)
  • Calculate and report on training costs

Curriculum/Linkage

 

  • Link the stepping stone participants to Care and support for technical and teaching, which is a life skill and peer education program for the Department of Health
  • Link club members to other community resources.
  • Refer the participants for HIV further diagnosis in the clinics of their choice.

M & E/Program Reporting

  • Monitor the distribution of Club Material and usage thereof in the club.
  • Assist Club Facilitators to document meetings and submit the report and projects.
  • Guide the participants with the usage of M&E tools and the stepping stone App.
  • Collect relevant data from clubs and the club members as required.
  • Updates district coordinator and program officer on the Reports and the Statistics

Relationship & Networking

  • Work closely with allocated school clubs, Communities and District/ Sub – District stakeholders.
  • Communicate Challenges on the ground to the program officer
  • Group gets together at local level.
  • Attend the District meeting and report on their group activities and challenges.
  • Work closely with the school principal and the facilitators.
  • Coordinate all the county activities awareness activities in close collaboration with the

Leadership

 

  • Attend to support the entire club once a month.
  • Go around/Check in of what they did last time.

 

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

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV and contactable references no later than

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

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

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit two (2) Stepping Stone Facilitators, based in around Nkomazi areas in Mpumalanga Province:
HPPSA is looking for candidates that meet the below listed qualities:
Job Purpose – Recruit form and Facilitate Clubs within the Community
Requirements /Qualifications
Grade 12
3 years’ experience in Community Mobilizing
Experience in community health work 
Strong Administration and Communication Skills
Good Report Writing Skills
Accuracy and attention to detail. 
Facilitation Skills
Ability to work under pressure
 
Responsibilities:
 
Mapping and Field Visits
 
Recruit and register the stepping stone participants and they should volunteer.
Ensures facilitators have hard Copies to collect data and make the use of the Apps during their meeting as an M & E Tools. 
Make support visit to clubs once a month.
Collect documents from stepping stone group during the support visit.
Deliver documents to the Facilitators during support visits.
Hold community sessions and meetings to educate the community of the usage and advantage of using solar systems both at the facility and community level 
Design IEC/BCC materials for the usage of stepping stone and linkages to more effective and efficient health service provision and disseminate this widely into the community ensuring wide coverage 
Collaborate with health authorities at the district and county level and with the respective communities in the awareness creation 
Design training curriculum
Organize in-house and offsite activities, like presentations, job simulations and role-playing exercises
Manage participants ’ subscriptions to conferences and e-learning courses
Order instructional material (e.g. ebooks and manuals)
Discuss career-pathing opportunities with managers
Enrich courses with visual aids to engage trainees
Measure outcomes from trainings
Research and recommend learning equipment (e.g. platforms and projectors)
Calculate and report on training costs
 
Curriculum/Linkage
 
Link the stepping stone participants to Care and support for technical and teaching, which is a life skill and peer education program for the Department of Health
Link club members to other community resources.
Refer the participants for HIV further diagnosis in the clinics of their choice. 
 
M & E/Program Reporting
 
Monitor the distribution of Club Material and usage thereof in the club.
Assist Club Facilitators to document meetings and submit the report and projects.
Guide the participants with the usage of M&E tools and the stepping stone App.
Collect relevant data from clubs and the club members as required.
Updates district coordinator and program officer on the Reports and the Statistics
 
Relationship & Networking
Work closely with allocated school clubs, Communities and District/ Sub – District stakeholders.
Communicate Challenges on the ground to the program officer 
Group gets together at local level.
Attend the District meeting and report on their group activities and challenges.
Work closely with the school principal and the facilitators.
Coordinate all the county activities awareness activities in close collaboration with the 
 
Leadership
 
Attend to support the entire club once a month.
Go around/Check in of what they did last time. 
 
We encourage people with disabilities and from other diverse backgrounds (previously disadvantaged people and women) to apply. 
 
To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV and contactable references no later than
14 June 2021 @ 17:00 pm to the following address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  
If you have not been contacted within two (2) weeks of your application, please consider your application as unsuccessful. 

 

Registered Nurse

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit (1) one Registered Nurse based in (Umkhanyakude - Jozini) – Kwazulu Natal Province. HPPSA is looking for candidates that meet the below listed qualities:

Job Purpose:

Ability to Diagnose and conduct Malaria clinical management

Responsibilities:

 

  • Conduct clinical assessment of signs and symptoms
  • Screening and Diagnoses
  • Notification of all positive cases
  • Administration of ACT to positive clients
  • Conduct follow up visits to treated patients
  • Assist in conducting Active Surveillance department in accounting tasks
  • Conduct malaria health education sessions
  • Evaluate malaria IEC material and draft new messages if necessary
  • Ensure that there are no stock outs of drugs/latex gloves/RDTs
  • Record keeping
  • Asset control
  • Must have a Driver’s License

Qualifications and Requirements:

 

  • Diploma / Degree in Nursing
  • Nimart Training Certificate
  • Current Registration
  • 3 -5 years’ experience as a registered nurse in Malaria Control Program
  • Must have a clear understanding of Malaria Management
  • Understanding of clinical, treatment guidelines and protocols
  • Consulting and Advising.
  • Good Report Writing Skills
  • Accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Facilitation Skills
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Planning and Organizing
  • Current registration with SANC
  • Must be fluent in IsiZulu and English

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

 

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV no later than 10 June 2021@17:00 pm to the following e-mail address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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

 

Bookkeeper

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit a Bookkeeper based in Pinetown, Kwazulu Natal Province. HPPSA is looking for candidates that meet the below listed qualities:

Job Purpose:

The position is responsible for the daily capturing of financial data and daily monitoring of the bank accounts and cash levels.

 

Requirements/Qualifications

 

  • Minimum of matric certificate/Grade12
  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in Administration
  • Pastel knowledge will be an added advantage
  • Good communication skills.
  • Computer Skills
  • Attention to details.

 

Duties/Responsibilities:

 

  • Ensure daily recording and maintenance of all financial records
  • Ensure that all EFT and Petty cash payments are uniquely numbered to facilitate future queries and audit trails
  • Ensure that the accounts codes are accurately captured in the accounting system
  • Perform daily processing of all financial transactions in the accounting system
  • Print the bank reconciliations and submit to the Finance Manager for approval and sign-off
  • Ensure that all bank statements and reconciliations are filed
  • Ensure that filing is done regularly and that proper supporting documentation exist for all transactions recorded in the accounting system.

 

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

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV no later than 22 April 2021 @ 17:00 pm to the following address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

NHQ Officer

Humana People to People seeks to recruit a NHQ Officer based in Pinetown, Kwazulu Natal Province. HPPSA is looking for candidates that meet the below listed qualities:

Job Purpose:

NHQ Officer to organize and coordinate programs. To provide strategic guidance to teams and project leaders in ways that promote the HPPSA’s culture. To also oversee the progress of operations. The ideal candidate will be an excellent leader and will have experience in managing staff of different disciplines to produce results in a timely manner. They will also be able to develop efficient strategies and tactics. The goal is to ensure that all programs deliver the desirable outcome to our organization.

 

Requirement /Qualification

  • Community Development Certificate NQF Level 4
  • Having worked at Corps/NHQ at Management level will be an added advantage.
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience as a Program manager, Deputy Corps Commander or above.
  • Candidate should be well conversant with Malaria programs.
  • NHQ Officer must have strong practical experience in project management, which was gained through managing large and complex projects. He or she must have the following:
  • Good knowledge and handling of project and program management methodology and techniques;
  • Good understanding of the wider objectives of the program;
  • Ability to work positively with the wide range of individuals involved in program management;
  • Strong leadership and management skills;
  • Good knowledge of budgeting and resource allocation procedures.
  • Good ability to find innovative ways to resolve problems.
  • Good in Staffing, planning, and people management
  • Good in Financial planning and strategy
  • Promoting process improvement
  • Strategic planning
  • Dealing with complexity, analyzing information, and implementing company vision.

Responsibilities

 

Lead, develop, review, refine and maintain MER systems

  • Lead and coordinate the development, implementation and management of robust M&E system. This includes but is not limited to M&E framework development, indicator and target development, data management mechanisms, data quality assurance and reporting across various programmes.
  • Provide leadership in to project leaders in preparing Monthly, quarterly, Half year and Annual progress report.
  • Plans and carry Field actions, support visit to the project with overall objective of supporting and assisting Project in reach goals and solving issues.
  • Conduct quarterly production planning sessions to projects and also organize monthly Trio meetings with Project leaders and Finance Managers.
  • Take full responsibility of being a Trio Contract contact person, taking lead of all affairs and implementation of the
  • Accomplishes strategic objectives by overseeing multiple project activities.
  • Manages human resource goals by leading recruitment, training, coaching, and disciplining employees.
  • Communicates job expectations to Project staff by planning, monitoring, appraising, and reviewing job contributions.
  • Plans and reviews compensation actions and enforces HPPSA policies and procedures.
  • Achieves operational objectives by contributing information and recommendations to strategic plans and reviews and preparing and completing action plans
  • Implements production, productivity, quality, and Standard operating procedures by resolving problems, completing audits, identifying trends, determining system improvements, and implementing change.
  • Meets financial objectives by preparing an annual/Locomotive budget, scheduling expenditures, analyzing variances, and initiating corrective actions through monthly Trio meetings
  • Enhances department and organization reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests and exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.
  • Consolidate and validate data, information collected and assist Grant Management Team and NHQ leadership to analyse and interpret the data.
  • Provision of strategic information for project level decision making in relation to program performance monitoring, planning, resource mobilization, strategic positioning and program design.
  • Compile presentations for meetings (period/ad hoc management meetings) working closely with program staff, Site M&E Officers and ensure timeous submission

 

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

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV and contactable references no later than

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

ECD TEACHER

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit 1(one) ECD Teacher based in Mangangeni in Kwazulu Natal Province. HPPSA is looking for candidates that meet the below listed qualities.

Job Purpose: Develop and delivery of early childhood education programs appropriate to developmental levels and learning styles of Children. Assessment of individual child development and completion of appropriate reports and inventories

Requirements/Qualifications

  • Certificate in Grade 12, NQF Level 4 In Early childhood development will be an advantage
  • Minimum of 1-2 years’ experience working within an ECD Environment
  • An understanding of the Issues that affect Children and their Families
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with Parents, community members
  • Knowledge of early childhood education programs and techniques
  • Knowledge of child development theory and Practice
  • Knowledge of applicable safety procedures
  • Mature and responsible attitude towards work
  • Willingness to work flexible hours

Duties/Responsibilities:

Plan, carry out, and assess developmentally appropriate activities and experiences in harmony with the Centre philosophy.

 

  • Provides activities and opportunities that encourage curiosity, exploration, and problem solving appropriate to the developmental levels and learning styles of children
  • Provide a daily balance of active/quiet, indoor/outdoor, and individual/group activities
  • Establish and carry out a daily activity schedule that incorporates child directed activity, care routines and transition times
  • Organize space, equipment and material before activities
  • Assist children in expressing themselves by listening and responding with questions or comments that extend conversations
  • Use a variety of teaching techniques including modelling, observing, questioning, demonstrating, and reinforcing
  • Writes and compiles individual assessments of each child’s development, completes daily inventories, child attendance, and related reports

 

Individualize the curriculum

  • Observe how children use material and interact with each other and adults
  • Use Observations to expand play and plan activities that recognize individual difference

Ensure Guidance of children’s behaviour that encourage positive self-concepts

  • Follow behaviour guidance and policies established by the centre and consistent with accepted practice in the field
  • Provide Positive guidance such as redirecting, positive language, and positive reinforcement

 

 

Ensure the children environment is healthy and safe

  • Follow the centre procedures for administering medications and maintaining health records
  • Report all accidents, injuries and illnesses to the project Leader or delegate and record such incidents in the daily log book and as a serious occurrence if necessary
  • Monitor the environment for Hazards
  • Update self-daily on children’s allergies and other special conditions
  • Attend to children’s physical needs for toileting, diapering, eating and sleeping as promptly as possible
  • Release child only to authorized persons

 

Ensure positive communication with parents

  • Discuss the program daily events and the children daily progress with parents
  • Plan for parent meetings
  • Encourage parent’s involvement, participation and support to the children whenever possible.

Contribute to the ongoing operations of the Centre

  • Carry out the responsibilities assigned to you
  • Attend regular staff meetings
  • Maintain confidentiality of all information related to the centre children, their parents and staff
  • Contribute to quarterly and annual plan for the centre
  • Plan and carry out annual personal developments
  • Participates in research programs concerned with improvements in early childhood teaching methods
  • Keep up to date with early childhood advocacy developments
  • Maintain regular attendance and punctuality
  • Maintain a positive working relationship with other stakeholders and other that work within the building/School

Promote the Centre within the community

Interacts with parents and community groups: maintains open and cooperative communication with parents and families, encouraging their involvement in the program and supporting the child’s family relationships

 

We encourage people with disabilities and from other diverse backgrounds (previously disadvantaged people and women) to apply. We are looking for unemployed youth, below the age of 35 and you should attach an affidavit that you are unemployed and have not participated in YES Program.

 

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV and contactable references no later than

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

 

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

Stepping Stone Facilitators x 8

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit 8(eight) Stepping Stone Facilitators: 4 based in Tubatse and 4 based in Bakenberg in Limpopo. HPPSA is looking for candidates that meet the below listed qualities.

Job Purpose: Recruit form and Facilitate Clubs within the community

Requirements/Qualifications

  • Smart Observation
  • Ability to follow set rules and protocol.
  • Time management and organizational skills.
  • Experience in Community Mobilizing
  • Strong Administration and Communication Skill
  • Facilitation Skills
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Experience of working with Children
  • Previous experience as a Training Facilitator, Training Coordinator or similar role
  • Hands-on experience with Learning Management Software (LMS)
  • Knowledge of traditional and modern educational techniques
  • Ability to complete full training cycle (assess needs, plan, develop, coordinate, monitor and evaluate)
  • Recruit and register the stepping stones participants.

Duties/Responsibilities:

Mapping and Field Visits

  • Ensures facilitators have Hard Copies to collect data during their meeting as an M & E Tools.
  • Collect documents from stepping stone group during the support visit.
  • Deliver documents to the Facilitators.
  • Hold community sessions and meetings to educate the community of the usage and advantage of using solar systems both at the facility and community level
  • Facilitate of the topics chronologically like in the book focusing on GBV and other related topics.
  • Assistance in rolling out existing tools and improving GBV prevention and response capacity at the field level.
  • Design IEC/BCC materials for the usage of stepping stone and linkages to more effective and efficient health service provision and disseminate this widely into the community ensuring wide coverage
  • Collaborate with health authorities at the district and county level and with the respective communities in the awareness creation
  • Design training curriculum
  • Organize in-house and offsite activities, like presentations and role-playing exercises
  • Manage participants’ subscriptions to conferences and e-learning courses
  • Order instructional material (e.g. ebooks and manuals)
  • Discuss career-pathing opportunities with managers
  • Enrich courses with visual aids to engage trainees
  • Research and recommend learning equipment (e.g. platforms and projectors)
  • Calculate and report on training costs

Curriculum/Linkage

  • Link the stepping stone participants to Care and support for technical and teaching, which is a life skill and peer education program for the Department of Health
  • Link club members to other community resources.
  • Refer the participants for HIV further diagnosis in the clinics of their choice.

M & E/Program Reporting

  • Monitor the distribution of Club Material and usage thereof in the club.
  • Assist Club Facilitators to document meetings and submit the report and projects.
  • Guide the participants with the usage of M&E tools and the stepping stone App.
  • Collect relevant data from clubs and the club members as required.
  • Updates district coordinator and program officer on the Reports and the Statistics

Relationship & Networking

  • Work closely with allocated school clubs, Communities and District/ Sub – District stakeholders.
  • Communicate Challenges on the ground to the program officer
  • Group gets together at local level.
  • Attend the District meeting and report on their group activities and challenges.
  • Work closely with the school principal and the facilitators.
  • Coordinate all the county activities awareness activities in close collaboration with the stakeholders

Leadership

  • Attend to support the entire club once a month.
  • Go around/Check in of what they did last time.

The Club Decide when to meet

  • Chairing: The Facilitator Chair and listen to the participants.
  • Register a group and ensure each member receive material for stepping stone.
  • Have a meeting with all the 20 participant once a month.
  • Ensure that the club meets four times in a month.
  • I identify the 1st meeting place thereafter the chairperson will look for their venue.
  • Hand over the entire hard copies document to the Project leader on the last working day of the month.

We encourage people with disabilities and from other diverse backgrounds (previously disadvantaged people and women) to apply. We are looking for unemployed youth, below the age of 35 and you should attach an affidavit that you are unemployed and have not participated in YES Program.

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV and contactable references no later than

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

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

IGP Officer

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit 1(one) IGP Officer based in Doornkop Gauteng Province. HPPSA is looking for candidates that meet the below listed qualities.

Job Purpose:

Humana People to People Income Generation Officer(IGP) have to ensure that income is generated for the project through Climate Smart Agriculture and is available to explain all the proceedings in the garden as means and ways to educate the co-workers and the community.

The Officer has to be passionate on his/ her job and is ready to service the people who come to the garden for food security.

Requirements/Qualifications

  • Certificate in Grade 12
  • Garden farming experiences
  • Planning, reporting and organizing events at the centre
  • Strong administration and record keeping skill
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Marketing skills

Duties/Responsibilities:

To implement SMART Agriculture and secure income generation

  • Willing to learning new methods of garden farming/gardening and ready to share existing knowledge of garden farming/gardening
  • Maintain all farming related equipment, tools, and supplies.
  • Prepare the garden for planting and make compost hips to feed the garden soils.
  • Planting a variety of vegetables, herbs, and fruits
  • Adopt the Climate Smart Agriculture for the area.
  • Assist with planting, maintaining, harvesting, washing and storing produce
  • Harvesting of all farm and greenhouse areas following sustainable harvesting practices
  • Taking stewardship of the land, plants and environment by making a commitment to the sustainability and well-being of the project and the people involved
  • Notify Manager of irrigation system issues for farm and greenhouse.
  • Ensure that the garden area is always fenced and protected from stray animals
  • Support production planning and scheduling for all areas of farm and greenhouse Assess farm and greenhouse growing conditions

Mobilize and maintain good marketing PR strategies that keep customers continuously engaged with the project for produced supplies.

  • Ensure that income is generated for the project and that all the farming area is effectively utilised.

Health and Safety

  • Accepting responsibility and personal ownership for actions, results and risks.
  • Keep accurate records of all matters relating to the operation of the greenhouse and farm including but not limited to: IPM methods and implementation, seeding and harvesting schedule, planting history, management history, pest and disease history of each farm area, and harvesting history
  • The gardener should always use protective clothes and ensure his/ her safety is a priority.

We encourage people with disabilities and from other diverse backgrounds (previously disadvantaged people and women) to apply. We are looking for unemployed youth, below the age of 35 and you should attach an affidavit that you are unemployed and have not participated in YES Program.

 

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV and contactable references no later than

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

 

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

Stepping Stone Mobilizers x 7

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit seven (7) Stepping Stone Mobilizers: 3 based in around Nkomazi and 4 based in Bushbuckridge areas in Mpumalanga Province:

HPPSA is looking for candidates that meet the below listed qualities:

Job Purpose – Recruit form and Facilitate Clubs within the Community.

Requirements /Qualifications

  • Grade 12
  • 3 years’ experience in Community Mobilizing
  • Experience in community health work
  • Strong Administration and Communication Skills
  • Good Report Writing Skills
  • Accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Facilitation Skills
  • Ability to work under pressure

Responsibilities:

Span of Control

  • Previous experience as a Training Facilitator, Training Coordinator or similar role
  • Hands-on experience with Learning Management Software (LMS)
  • Knowledge of traditional and modern educational techniques
  • Ability to complete full training cycle (assess needs, plan, develop, coordinate, monitor and evaluate)

 

Mapping and Field Visits

 

  • Recruit and register the stepping stone participants and they should volunteer.
  • Ensures facilitators have hard Copies to collect data and make the use of the Apps during their meeting as an M & E Tools.
  • Make support visit to clubs once a month.
  • Collect documents from stepping stone group during the support visit.
  • Deliver documents to the Facilitators during support visits.
  • Hold community sessions and meetings to educate the community of the usage and advantage of using solar systems both at the facility and community level
  • Design IEC/BCC materials for the usage of stepping stone and linkages to more effective and efficient health service provision and disseminate this widely into the community ensuring wide coverage
  • Collaborate with health authorities at the district and county level and with the respective communities in the awareness creation
  • Design training curriculum
  • Organize in-house and offsite activities, like presentations, job simulations and role-playing exercises
  • Manage participants’ subscriptions to conferences and e-learning courses
  • Order instructional material (e.g. ebooks and manuals)
  • Discuss career-pathing opportunities with managers
  • Enrich courses with visual aids to engage trainees
  • Measure outcomes from trainings
  • Research and recommend learning equipment (e.g. platforms and projectors)
  • Calculate and report on training costs

Curriculum/Linkage

 

  • Link the stepping stone participants to Care and support for technical and teaching, which is a life skill and peer education program for the Department of Health
  • Link club members to other community resources.
  • Refer the participants for HIV further diagnosis in the clinics of their choice.

M & E/Program Reporting

  • Monitor the distribution of Club Material and usage thereof in the club.
  • Assist Club Facilitators to document meetings and submit the report and projects.
  • Guide the participants with the usage of M&E tools and the stepping stone App.
  • Collect relevant data from clubs and the club members as required.
  • Updates district coordinator and program officer on the Reports and the Statistics

Relationship & Networking

  • Work closely with allocated school clubs, Communities and District/ Sub – District stakeholders.
  • Communicate Challenges on the ground to the program officer
  • Group gets together at local level.
  • Attend the District meeting and report on their group activities and challenges.
  • Work closely with the school principal and the facilitators.
  • Coordinate all the county activities awareness activities in close collaboration with the

Leadership

  • Attend to support the entire club once a month.
  • Go around/Check in of what they did last time.

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

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV and contactable references no later than

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

Report Writer

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit a Report Writer based in Pinetown, Kwazulu Natal. HPPSA is looking for candidates that meet the below listed qualities:

Job Purpose:

The purpose of the position is to ensure and secure that all internal and external reports are done on time and to the highest standards. In addition, NHQ Officers will provide support to the Report Writer in ensuring HPP Federation, Foundation and external partner reports are completed on time and collaborates with other relevant staff in building the capacity of Projects Leaders to comply with the contractual obligations of each grant.

Duties/Responsibilities:

1. Monitoring & Evaluation
Field Visit to HPP SA Projects, and providing guidance and basic training/guidance to Project Leaders on report writing.

2. Narrative Reports
Ensure all narrative reports are produced to the highest standard and submitted to partners on time. This includes Monthly, Quarterly and Annually as well as end of program reports.

3. Program Management
Participate in HPP SA Quarterly Planning Sessions, project start-up, implementation and close-out procedures ensuring compliance with terms and conditions of the contractual agreement.

4. Capacity Building
Develop tools, processes and systems to ensure efficiency in your department and secure compliance with all contractual obligations for all Projects.

5. Training
Training Project Leaders on report writing and other relevant staff in areas such as project management, performance assessment etc. as required.

Requirements/Qualifications

  • Certificate/Diploma on Marketing, English, Journalism or related field
  • 3 years’ experience in a non-profit environment
  • Excellent writing and editing skills in English
  • Experience as a Content Writer, or similar role
  • Portfolio of published articles
  • Experience doing research using multiple sources
  • Familiarity with web publications
  • Ability to meet deadlines
  • Highly organized and detail orientated
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to manage teams
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite
  • Strong facilitation and training skills
  • Flexibility and adaptability to change

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

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV and contactable references no later than 16 March 2021 @ 17:00 pm to the following address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Maintenance Officer X 1

Humana People to People seeks to recruit a Maintenance Officer based in Pinetown, Kwazulu-Natal Province. HPPSA is looking for candidates that meet the below listed qualities.

    Requirement /Qualification
  • Grade 11 or Grade12 Certificate
  • At least 1-year experience in maintenance work and willing to learn (In Job Training)
  • Ability to use common tools such as harmer, spanner, screw driver and grass cutting machines etc.
  • Ability to maintain focus while working individually
  • Strong time management and team work
  • Ability to work under pressure and after hours if emergences occur
  • Ability to lead when given tasks

Responsibilities

    General Maintenance Duties
  • Performs a variety of work in the maintenance and repair of buildings and grounds at various facilities/sites including carpentry, electrical, plumbing, glazier, masonry, cleaning and painting tasks;
  • Repairs and treats structures such as floors, showers, sinks, walls, roofs, and carpets;
  • Cleans debris from roof gutters as necessary;
  • Performs minor troubleshooting, repairs, and adjustments of locks on doors, cabinets, desks, closets;
  • Repairs door hinges; cleans plugged key slots;
  • Changes filters on various ventilation units;
  • Hooks up and services kitchen appliances;
  • Reports mechanical malfunctions to appropriate party for action; Moves and assists in moving furniture and equipment at various facilities/sites or Offices;
  • Sets up and breaks down cubicle partitions;
  • Identifies projects requiring the services of a higher skilled crafts person and signing Job cards as per instruction from buildings Supervisor or ASP Manager
  • Completes service requests and updates work logs for specific site requirements;
  • Maintains reports on pesticide use either external or internal;
  • As part of site support team, assists with special projects periodically as directed;
  • Maintains clean, safe, and orderly work sites e.g. storeroom
  • Reading of water and electricity meters and record them accordingly

    General Maintenance Duties in Details
  • Carpentry: Performs basic rough and finished carpentry repair of structures such as partitions, walls, doors, fences, window frames, office furniture, roofs, and shelves.
  • Glazier: Removes broken glass, putty or plastic; replaces windows and door hardware; replaces glass for windows, doors, and light fixtures.
  • Electrical: Performs basic electrical repair work for switches, outlets, plugs, cables, appliances, and lighting systems; reports unsafe electrical conditions to building Supervisor.
  • Plumbing: Identifies and performs basic repairs of plumbing leaks or breaks; opens clogged lines and drains; replaces seals and other minor parts; maintains drinking fountains; repairs, replaces and maintains hot water heaters and other appliances
  • Painting: applies and prepares various surfaces for paint, enamel, lacquer, varnish, or stain; removes or paints over graffiti; repairs wall coverings.
  • Grounds Maintenance: Maintains grounds in clean, safe, and orderly manner including mowing, trimming, weeding, minor pest management, composting making it ready for our garden and; replaces plants as needed; cleans debris from grounds, pathways, and parking lots; maintains grounds maintenance equipment; prunes trees and shrubs.
  • Masonry: Lays forms, mixes, pours, finishes, and repairs concrete for sidewalks, pavers, ramps, and slabs.

Additional Duties
An employee can be asked to perform other duties from sister Organization HPPSA with the agreement and instruction from agreement and instruction from ASP Manager and to work in other Humana Projects for Buildings Maintenance.

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

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV and contactable references no later than 10 March 2021 @ 17:00 pm to the following address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.