Vacancies

 

 

Caregiver x 1 (Bushbuckridge)

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit one (1) Caregiver based in  Bushbuckridge, Mpumalanga Province. HPPSA is looking for candidates that meet the below listed qualities:

THE POSITION IS FOR A FIXED TERM PERIOD OF 12 MONTHS: YES4YOUTH PROGRAM

Job Purpose: Implementation of Hope 3 elements that will take 40% of the time, Drop In Centre activities will also take 60% and other health issues in all aspects of the project, including planning, organizing, leading and reporting.

  • To support OVCs through conducting homework at Hope Centre.
  • Organize outdoor sports for OVCs at Hope Centre
  • To enhance the capacity of the family members to operate effectively in their communities as well as to link the OVCs to local service providers for different services.
  • To improve the quality of care provided to OVCs by the project in support with government departments linked to the program.
  • Strengtherning Child Protection Committees in the community.
  • Maintain clean environment in and outside the office.

 Requirements/Qualifications

  • Grade 12/Senior certificate
  • At least 5 years experience
  • Working with social development program activities.
  • Experience on working with children
  • Facilitation skills
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Understanding of HPPSA
  • Understanding Social Development Activities and health related issues
  • Project Management Skills
  • Effective communication skills
  • Experience with community mobilization
  • Experience in HIV and AIDS prevention and care and support programming
  • Report-writing skills
  • Facilitation skills
  • Monitoring and evaluation skills
  • Good interpersonal skills, including being a team player demonstrate strong professional attitude and behavior at all times
  • Deadline oriented
  • Self-motivated team player
  • Ability to work under minimum supervision
  • Ability to perform under pressure

Duties/Responsibilities:

 

Program Management

  • Manage Hope three (3) Elements include Drop In Centre (DIC) activities at Hope Centre.
  • Support the Project Management to push for the Drop In Centre (DIC) registration.
  • Develop a weekly structure for OVC and implement the program operational structure.
  • Lead, motivate and support the OVCs with homework and to organize outdoor sports.
  • Come up with new initiatives for OVCs activities and able to deal with challenges.
  • Liaise and work with the South Africa Government Departments to ensure successful program implementation.
  • Ensure holistic program implementation to cover all aspects of the program requirements.
  • Attend project council monthly meetings to report, plan and review program results, successes and challenges.
  • Attend ward and district networking meeting in connection with OVCs.

Monitoring and Evaluation

  • Ensure M & E is completed for the program according to guidelines.
  • Ensure program data is of a high quality for reporting.
  • Track and report on activities milestones.
  • Ensure monthly quality report is submitted to the Program Officer then Project Leader.

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV no later than 14 August 2022 @ 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.

 

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.

 

We respect your right to privacy and therefore aim to ensure that we comply with the legal
requirement of the POPI Act which regulates the manner in which we collect, process, store, share and destroy any personal information which you have provided to us.


We have updated our privacy policy according to, and in compliance with, POPIA. The personal information that we collect depends on the context of your interaction with us, the choices you make and the products and features you use. We are committed to protecting your personal information and your right to privacy.

Cook/IGP Officer x 1 (Bakenberg)

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit 1 (one) Cook/IGP Officer. The successful applicant will be based at Bakengberg, Limpopo Province. HPPSA is looking for candidate that meet the below listed qualities:

THE POSITION IS FOR A FIXED TERM PERIOD OF 12 MONTHS: YES4YOUTH PROGRAM

Job Purpose

Provide quality nutritious meals in a safe and hygienic environment. Develop a good relationship with Orphan and Vulnerable Children (OVCs) in a Drop in Centre (DIC).

Qualifications/ Requirements

  • Understanding of NPO
  • Understanding and Knowledge of health systems and how to work with people, particularly children
  • 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 and understand instruction of cooking and make sure food is served whilst hot and delicious.
  • Cooking Skills: able to prepare nutritious meals.
  • 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 demanding. You will need to be able to stand on your feet for long periods and lift light/ heavy objects from storage.
  • Should adhere to the demands of the occupational health and safety demands at all times.
  • Farming Experience
  • Assertive and well organized
  • Self-motivated team player
  • Hard worker
  • Ability to work independently

Detailed Key Accountabilities/ Responsibilities

Cooking and cleaning

  • Utensils are always clean before and after being used
  • Prepare a MENU PLAN
  • Daily meals are prepared and served to Orphan and Vulnerable Children
  • Cleaning the whole kitchen before and after food service
  • Clean environment inside and outside the kitchen as well as in the storeroom all the times as there could be an inspection anytime
  • Make schedule for cleaning the inside and outside area as well as windows
  • Empty the dustbins and place them on the right place again ready for use
  • Report any mishaps in the kitchen.
  • Always apply safety standards.
  • Keep a check of the safety equipment
  • Carryout stock count of kitchen equipment/utensils together with the Project Leader
  • Comply with our staff handbook policies
  • Take reasonable care of health, safety and welfare of Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVCs)
  • Attend all Project Council Monthly Meetings
  • Responsible for Income Generating Activities
  • Child Aid Program Activities which includes (10 lines of Child Aid, Extra Activities and

 

Extra activities

  • Looking for vegetable garden market
  • Project cleaning actions
  • Working with Department of Agriculture in connection with Garden Farming in all aspects.
  • Participate in Production Planning Session
  • Meetings between NHQ & Income Generating Officer (IGA Officer)

 

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV no later than 14 August 2022 @ 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.


We respect your right to privacy and therefore aim to ensure that we comply with the legal
requirement of the POPI Act which regulates the manner in which we collect, process, store, share
and destroy any personal information which you have provided to us.


We have updated our privacy policy according to, and in compliance with, POPIA. The personal
information that we collect depends on the context of your interaction with us, the choices you
make and the products and features you use. We are committed to protecting your personal
information and your right to privacy.

Caregiver x 1 (Bakenberg)

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit one (01) Caregiver based in Bakenberg in Limpopo Province. HPPSA is looking for candidates that meet the below listed qualities.

THE POSITION IS FOR A FIXED TERM PERIOD OF 12 MONTHS: YES4YOUTH PROGRAM

Job Purpose:

  • The Care giver will be responsible for the successful management and implementation of the concept of Child Aid.

Requirements/Qualifications

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

Duties/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

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV no later than 14 August 2022 @ 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.

 

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.

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

We respect your right to privacy and therefore aim to ensure that we comply with the legal
requirement of the POPI Act which regulates the manner in which we collect, process, store, share and destroy any personal information which you have provided to us.


We have updated our privacy policy according to, and in compliance with, POPIA. The personal information that we collect depends on the context of your interaction with us, the choices you make and the products and features you use. We are committed to protecting your personal information and your right to privacy.

Cleaner / Kitchen Assistance x 2 (Pinetown)

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit two (2) Cleaner / Kitchen Assistance 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: YES4YOUTH PROGRAM

 

Job Purpose: Maintain clean environment in all the offices and common areas around the rooms and kitchen.

  • Preparing and serve meals to Dinners at HPPSA National Headquarters
  • Prepare the rooms for hosting visitors and cleaning of beddings

Kitchen Assistance/ Cleaner 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/Qualifications

  • Matric
  • Computer skills
  • 1-2 years on being a cleaning
  • Maintain clean environment in all the offices and common areas
  • Preparing and serve meals to Dinners at HPPSA National Headquarters
  • Understanding of NPO
  • Understanding and Knowledge of health systems
  • Host the visitors through preparation of the rooms, cleaning.
  • 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.
  • Should adhere to the demands of the occupational health and safety demands at all times.
  • Assertive and deadline oriented
  • Self-motivated team player
  • Conscientiousness
  • Ability to work independently
  • Ability to perform under pressure

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV no later than 14 August 2022 @ 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.

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.

We respect your right to privacy and therefore aim to ensure that we comply with the legal requirement of the POPI Act which regulates the manner in which we collect, process, store, share and destroy any personal information which you have provided to us.


We have updated our privacy policy according to, and in compliance with, POPIA. The personal information that we collect depends on the context of your interaction with us, the choices you make and the products and features you use. We are committed to protecting your personal information and your right to privacy.

Site Coordinator x 1 (OR Tambo)

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit 1 (one) Site Coordinator. The successful applicant will be based at OR Tambo District, Eastern Cape Province.

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

Job Purpose

To HIV Prevention and treatment adherent support programmes

Qualifications/ Requirements

  • Matric/Grade12
  • Certificate in Community Development/ health related
  • Coordination of a team, community health workers.
  • Three or more years’ experience in site coordination or managing people.
  • Experience in engaging with stakeholders
  • Experience in HIV/AIDS, TB, NCDs prevention and care and support programming as well as experience working with social change programs.
  • Understanding of NPO
  • Understanding and Knowledge of health systems and social economic issues
  • Computer literate in MS Excel, Word and PowerPoint
  • Report-writing skills
  • Good communication skills
  • Community engagement
  • Human resources - performance management and monitoring skills
  • High-level planning and organizational skills
  • Good interpersonal skills, including being a team player
  • Great attention to detail
  • Demonstrate strong professional attitude and behavior at all times
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Logical thinking
  • Analytical thinking
  • Comfort speaking in front of groups.
  • Ability to work as part of a team.
  • Assertive and deadline oriented
  • Self-motivated team player
  • Conscientiousness
  • Ability to work independently and within a team

Detailed Key Accountabilities/ Responsibilities

Program Implementation

  • Make Plans with community health workers against targets
  • Give Feedback to community health workers in relation to production
  • Secures that community health workers reach their individuals targets
  • Conduct Supervisory to community health workers
  • Secure that program consumables such as Condoms are available to community health worker
  • Together with community health workers plan, organize and implement Outreach Activities.

Linkages & Referrals

  • Track and Traces all linkages and referrals.
  • Establish Linkage and Referral systems
  • Introduces and supports referrals to Support Groups.
  • Train community health workers on linkages and referrals

M & E/Program Reporting

  • Collect reports, statistics from community health workers Collate and Verify the statistics
  • Update Project Leader on the Reports and the Statistics

 

Relationship & Networking

 

  • Networks with local Leaders in the areas, ward councilors, indunas and chiefs, church leaders & traditional leaders/healers to get their support for the program
  • Networks with local clinics, CBOs, other NGOs and stakeholders, too establish local partnerships, such as referral systems or integration in the program.

 

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV no later than 31 July 2022 @ 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.


We respect your right to privacy and therefore aim to ensure that we comply with the legal
requirement of the POPI Act which regulates the manner in which we collect, process, store, share
and destroy any personal information which you have provided to us.


We have updated our privacy policy according to, and in compliance with, POPIA. The personal
information that we collect depends on the context of your interaction with us, the choices you
make and the products and features you use. We are committed to protecting your personal
information and your right to privacy.

Administrator/Data Capture x 1 (OR Tambo)

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit 1 (one) Administrator/Data Capture. The successful applicant will be based at OR Tambo District, Eastern Cape Province.

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

Job Purpose

To maintain accounting books by use of excel petty cash system run the bank accounts system.

Qualifications/ Requirements

  • Matric/Grade12
  • Certificate in Administration/ Public Administration
  • Computer certificate
  • Three or more years’ experience in administration/ data capturing.
  • Experience in engaging with program managers, M&E officers and Project Leader.
  • MS Microsoft package and filling experience.
  • Experience in HIV/AIDS, TB, NCDs prevention and care and support programming as well as experience working with social change programs.
  • Understanding of NPO
  • Understanding and Knowledge of health systems and social economic issues
  • Computer literate in MS Excel, Word and PowerPoint
  • Experience working on databases (online beneficial)
  • Report-writing skills
  • Good communication skills
  • Human resources - performance management and monitoring skills
  • High-level planning and organizational skills
  • Good interpersonal skills, including being a team player
  • Great attention to detail
  • Demonstrate strong professional attitude and behavior at all times
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Logical thinking
  • Analytical thinking
  • Assertive and deadline oriented
  • Self-motivated team player
  • Conscientiousness
  • Ability to work independently

Detailed Key Accountabilities/ Responsibilities

Information Management Filing & Data Capturing

  • Establish, develops and maintains Filling System
  • Maintains back up of all data collected.
  • Checks completeness and quality of data on the source documents.
  • Receive, capture, file and report all data from the Field and other Officer administration

Maintaining Accounts books and secure that the office is running smoothly

  • Responsible for administration of allowance payments
  • Ensure that all receipts and outstanding accounts related matters are resolved as soon as possible
  • Facilitate office and accommodation lease payments for the projects staff on time
  • Secure that leave forms and timesheet are signed and submitted to HR on time
  • Ensure office stationery is available at all times and that there is no stock out.
  • Schedule and booking meeting venues for project.
  • Secure that the office consumables, supplies, environment and standard is kept at high level

 

M & E/Program Reporting

  • Receive, analyze and capture, file and report all data from the Field and other Officer administration.

 

Training

  • Arrange training for staff members
  • Provide on-site mentoring to community health workers on accurate completion of data collection and reporting tools.

 

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV no later than 31 July 2022 @ 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.


We respect your right to privacy and therefore aim to ensure that we comply with the legal
requirement of the POPI Act which regulates the manner in which we collect, process, store, share
and destroy any personal information which you have provided to us.


We have updated our privacy policy according to, and in compliance with, POPIA. The personal
information that we collect depends on the context of your interaction with us, the choices you
make and the products and features you use. We are committed to protecting your personal
information and your right to privacy.

Enrolled Nurse x 1 (Sekhukhune)

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit 1 (one) Enrolled Nurse. The successful applicant will be based at Sekhukhune district, Limpopo Province. HPPSA is looking for candidate that meet the below listed qualities:

Job Purpose

The Enrolled Nurse will be supporting the Professional Nurse (PN) in providing a comprehensive, integrated primary health care service to Sex Workers (SW) within his/her scope of practise. S/he is able to administer medication under the supervision of the PN, within legislative regulations; monitor vital signs and document care provided in an accurate manner.  EN will be responsible for stock management, excluding the handling of drugs.  Support and mentor peers and HTS counsellors with the guidance of a PN.

Qualifications/ Requirements

  • Matric/ Grade 12
  • SRH course for EN (desirable)
  • Current Registration with Nursing Council.
  • Diploma in Nursing (NQF Level 4)
  • 2+ years in Enrolled Nursing and evaluating USG/ GF funded public health programs
  • Knowledge of HIV, TB and STI, prevention approaches and DoH screening guidelines
  • An understanding of the challenges facing sex workers in the health context and an ability to communicate and work well with sex workers in the provision of health services.
  • Communication skills (verbal and written)
  • Report writing skills
  • Sound negotiation skills
  • Analytical and Problem-Solving Abilities
  • Computer literacy
  • High-level planning and organisational skills
  • Good interpersonal skills, including being a team player
  • Demonstrate strong professional attitude and behaviour at all times.
  • Assertive and deadline oriented
  • Self-motivated team player
  • Conscientiousness
  • Ability to work independently

Detailed Key Accountabilities/ Responsibilities

  1. Nursing Care
  • Monitor vital signs and interpret accurately to determine health status
  • Appropriately refer to PN for further management as required.
  • Ability to identify signs of deterioration or overdose to allow early detection and better
  • Administer medication under the supervision of a trained PN.
  • Provide HTS and screen for IPV/GBV, STIs and TB
  • Follow up with sex workers referrals and side effects of treatment.
  1. Administration and reporting
  • Assist with stock management and keeping consumption data and stock cards up-to-date
  • Keep HTS, Linkage and Referral registers up-to-date.
  • Report any adverse events to the PN.
  • Document clinical care given.
  1. Quality Assurance
  • Implementing and supporting staff with Rapid Test Continuous Quality Improvement: Independent Quality Control and Proficiency Testing.
  • Supervising and mentoring Peers and HTS counsellors regarding HTS and RTCQI
  • Reconciling stock monthly
  • Signing HTS registers and IQC registers for accuracy and compliance
  • Asset management and reporting quarterly.
  1. Health awareness and Education
  • Communicating and making available information and advice on preventative and promotive approaches to health care e.g. HIV/TB/SRH, particularly in the context of the programme.
  • Providing health education on Family Planning, healthy lifestyles and social responsibility.
  • Demonstrating treatment techniques for specific diseases to sex workers.
  • Participating in programme activities as agreed.
  • Playing a role with the community and site you work in in providing health services to sex workers.
  • Supporting DOH with events and campaigns.
  1. Personal development
  • Participate in learning and development opportunities (trainings, workshops, information sessions etc.).
  • Stay abreast of developments in the fields of HIV/AIDS, STIs and TB.
  1. Organizational Responsibility
  • Attend meetings, briefings, debriefing, staff meetings and other as directed to do so on a regular basis.
  • Additional responsibilities delegated by managers from time to time.
  • Represent the organisation with pride and ensure you adhere to the ethos and principles.
  • Be a role model to strengthen positive behaviour change of sex workers and the programme team

 

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV no later than 31 July 2022 @ 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.


We respect your right to privacy and therefore aim to ensure that we comply with the legal
requirement of the POPI Act which regulates the manner in which we collect, process, store, share
and destroy any personal information which you have provided to us.


We have updated our privacy policy according to, and in compliance with, POPIA. The personal
information that we collect depends on the context of your interaction with us, the choices you
make and the products and features you use. We are committed to protecting your personal
information and your right to privacy.

Program Manager x 1 (Jozini)

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit a (1) one Program Manager based in Jozini in the Kwazulu Natal Province. HPPSA is looking for candidates that meet the below listed qualities:

Job Purpose:

The Program Manager will be responsible for the successful management and implementation of the Malaria Mass Test and Treat Program in Limpopo, Mpumalanga and Kwa-Zulu Natal Province. To manage all aspects of the project including the project plan, project relationships and budget and reporting.  To lead the project teams, ensure the effective flow of communication and information, deal with all challenges arising in the implementation of the program appropriately.

 

Requirements/Qualifications

  • Tertiary Qualification in Program Management
  • At least 5 years’ experience in the following
  • Financial Management skills
  • Experience with MER and program management
  • Good communication skills
  • Experience in community mobilization
  • Experience in malaria prevention and care and support programming
  • Computer literate in MW Word, Excel, and Power Point
  • Report writing skills
  • Good facilitation skills
  • Human Resources-performance management and monitoring skills
  • High level planning and organizational skills
  • Good interpersonal skills, including being a team player
  • Always demonstrate strong professional attitude and behavior
  • Well versed with local languages (isiZulu, Tsonga and Sepedi)

 

Duties/Responsibilities:

Program Management

  • Establish, monitor, and manage program objectives in line with grant organizational objectives.
  • Lead, motivate and support the program team to implement the program in line with the plan.
  • Lead the team in strategizing and dealing with challenges arising from program implementation.
  • Liaise and work with the National Project Coordinator to ensure a successful program.
  • Plan and organize team meetings for planning and reviewing program results, successes and challenges.
  • Ensure that the project meets all program implementation requirements by the partner.
  • Ensure that there is no stock out of RDTs, ACT, Gloves, and other clinical consumables.
  • Ensure that standard operation procedures are observed at the project.

 

Financial Management

  • Manage project budget and resources allocation
  • Ensure program compliance with the E8 grant and global fund regulations
  • Secure that procurement takes place following the required guidelines
  • Vouchers are submitted to head office within deadline

 

Monitoring and Evaluation

  • Ensure M&E is completed for the program according to guidelines.
  • Ensure program data is of high quality for reporting.
  • Track and report on project milestones.
  • Ensure reports are submitted timeously.

 

Networking and Collaboration

  • Stakeholder management
  • Networking with DOH and other departments
  • Collaboration with provincial and district DOH and other stakeholders
  • Represent HPPSA at provincial, and district levels
  • Liaise with provincial and district malaria teams

 

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV no later than 26 June 2022 @ 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.

We respect your right to privacy and therefore aim to ensure that we comply with the legal
requirement of the POPI Act which regulates the manner in which we collect, process, store, share
and destroy any personal information which you have provided to us.
We have updated our privacy policy according to, and in compliance with, POPIA. The personal
information that we collect depends on the context of your interaction with us, the choices you
make and the products and features you use. We are committed to protecting your personal
information and your right to privacy.

GIS Information Officer x 1 (Pretoria)

Humana People-To-People South Africa seeks to recruit a national GIS information officer to be based at the offices of the National Department of Health: Directorate of Malaria, Other Vector Borne and Zoonotic Diseases in Pretoria. The selected individual will execute the key functions of spatial data and database management, systems support, data validation, quality control, data extraction, analysis and reporting, and will further support the three-provincial malaria programmes in the pursuit of surveillance-based aspects of their programmatic activities, in overall pursuit of the national malaria elimination agenda. Technical oversight of this role will specifically be conducted by the South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC). Key partnership to the technical management of the malaria information systems will further be provided by the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI).

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

Fixed Contract: 01 July 2022 to 30 September 2024

JOB PURPOSE

To execute the core functions of spatial data, database and information systems management in support of the national malaria information officer function to manage the collection, storage, validation, extraction and analysis of malaria programmatic data to meet the strategic reporting requirements of surveillance data housed within the DHIS2 based malaria information systems and other associated data management systems for the National Department of Health.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Support the national malaria information officer in the management of the national malaria information system (MIS) and all additional malaria related information systems maintained by the National Department of Health: Directorate of Malaria, Other Vector Borne and Zoonotic Diseases and the provincial malaria programmes
  • Scope the nature and purpose of spatial information required to meet both operational needs and answer specific public health questions
  • Collect, store, analyse, report and present geographical and spatially enabled information
  • Administrate a national spatial data warehouse to support the collection, storage, management and reporting of malaria related surveillance and programmatic data
  • Source and collect various spatial data sets and maintain spatial data quality and linkages to routine data content of the national MIS and research based public health data
  • Support the use of a range of GPS tools in the field to capture the locations of various public health data
  • Undertake desk-based data capture where necessary from paper based (digitising) and digital (georeferencing) data sources
  • Create and maintain structures necessary for the storage of spatial data, and develop tools for the transfer of GIS data between different systems
  • Integration of spatial and non-spatial data with maintenance options for future development
  • Support the integration of MIS data, particularly geographical data aspects, into the national Notifiable Medical Conditions (NMC) data management systems housed by the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD)
  • Train and develop end users and data analysts to systematically identify, collect, analyse, review, share and retain spatially enabled epidemiological, surveillance and other programmatic data
  • Analyse the spatial data and reporting needs of the provincial malaria programmes and facilitate spatial aspects of the required data extraction and analysis tools
  • Establish and maintain links with relevant internal and external stakeholders (provided via Service Level Agreement with the Department of Health)
  • Initiate and participate in scientific and operational research projects pertaining to epidemiologic research related to surveillance data systems
  • Develop and continuously update systems for the long-term archiving of data and the protection of data integrity for future applications and audits, with a key focus on the DHIS2-MIS
  • Collaborate with other departments within the National Department of Health, senior management and key partners in the development and extraction of database information, in line with the strategic planning of the National Department of Health
  • Conduct spatial analysis and develop routine maps of malaria incidence, distribution, trend, intervention deployment and other epidemiological and operational indicators
  • Develop analytics for rapid data dissemination and use on DHIS2-MIS in line with programmatic requirements
  • Monitor key programmatic GIS-data use impediments on the DHIS2-MIS and communicate these to the respective partners (HISP-SA) through their respective service level agreement with the NDOH
  • Develop skills and conduct analysis in the areas of trend and hotspot analysis
  • Prepare statistical and narrative reports
  • Oversee regular back up and archiving of spatially enabled databases and ensure that data can be easily retrieved
  • Automate daily tasks to ensure optimal performance of data storage environments
  • Maintain quality and strict confidentiality of all programmatic and patient level information collected
  • Support staff in the information and surveillance portfolio within the malaria programmes and ensure skills transfer
  • Compile and automate reports, graphs, tables, spread sheets for data distribution
  • Perform any other tasks related to the spatial data management and reporting aspects of the surveillance, monitoring and evaluation portfolio and contribute to organizational management as required
  • Work with data sharing partners nationally and internationally

MAJOR CHALLENGES

  • Data demands
  • Matrix reporting
  • Timely reporting
  • Quality assurance of data
  • Complexity and size of data
  • Multidisciplinary function
  • IT related complexities
  • Data recovery
  • Database integration
  • Competing needs of surveillance units
  • Deadline driven, working under pressure
  • Non-standardized data formats

EDUCATION

  • Relevant Masters or four-year Honors degree in geographical information sciences, with additional qualifications or experience in science, epidemiology, statistics, information systems or other health related discipline an added advantage
  • Relevant data management experience or qualification
  • Experience with GIS software, data management software, automated and dynamic reporting, systems integration
  • Project management experience and/or qualification an advantage

EXPERIENCE

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in a GIS environment
  • Experience extracting and analysing data from databases relevant to public health
  • Experience with DHIS2 based systems an advantage
  • Extensive experience using MS Office to extract, manipulate and analyze laboratory and research data
  • Two to five years of management experience within a team environment

KNOWLEDGE / SKILLS

  • Understanding of Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  • Analytical and project management skills
  • Advanced spatial analysis skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Supervisory skills
  • Self-motivated, able to work independently and work as part of a multidisciplinary team
  • Interpersonal and advanced communication skills (verbal and written)
  • Organizational skills

 

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV no later than 10 June 2022 @ 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.


We respect your right to privacy and therefore aim to ensure that we comply with the legal
requirement of the POPI Act which regulates the manner in which we collect, process, store, share
and destroy any personal information which you have provided to us.


We have updated our privacy policy according to, and in compliance with, POPIA. The personal
information that we collect depends on the context of your interaction with us, the choices you
make and the products and features you use. We are committed to protecting your personal
information and your right to privacy.

Social Worker x 2 (Sekhukhune + Zululand)

Humana People to People in South Africa seeks to recruit 2 (two) Social Workers. One (1) successful applicant will be based at Sekhukhune district, Limpopo Province and One (1) will be based at Zululand district, Kwazulu Natal Province. HPPSA is looking for candidate that meet the below listed qualities:

Job Purpose

The Social Worker (SW) in the Sex Work programme will primarily be responsible for conducting individual assessments, counselling and providing therapeutic interventions for sex workers and the programme team. They will provide support to the sex workers and liaise with the other stakeholders like the South Africa Police Service, Department of Social Development and Department of Health etc.

Qualifications/ Requirements

  • Matric/ Grade 12
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Bachelor of Social worker.
  • Degree with valid SACSSP registration.
  • 3 years’ Experience working with Population Group Sex Workers.
  • Experience in HIV/AIDS prevention, care and support programming.
  • 3+ years in Program management and evaluating USG/ GF funded public health programs
  • Understanding of NPO
  • Understanding and Knowledge of health systems
  • Communication skills (verbal and written)
  • Report writing skills
  • Sound negotiation skills
  • Analytical and Problem-Solving Abilities
  • Computer literacy
  • Performance management and monitoring skills
  • High-level planning and organisational skills
  • Good interpersonal skills, including being a team player
  • Demonstrate strong professional attitude and behaviour at all times.
  • Assertive and deadline oriented
  • Self-motivated team player
  • Conscientiousness
  • Ability to work independently

Detailed Key Accountabilities/ Responsibilities

  1. Therapeutic interventions / psychosocial support for sex workers
  • To provide safe and confidential psychosocial or crisis. Interventions for sex workers in the programme.
  • Implement referral mechanisms that will include follow-up and escalation of cases, as well as provision of feedback to affected individuals.
  • Conduct mental health screening for sex workers to identify potential mental health problems, provide support to the sex worker or do appropriate referral.
  • Process intake and conduct assessments aimed at identifying conditions in sex workers and families and identify relevant interventions
  • Supervise and offer support to Social Auxiliary Worker.
  • If required, provide trauma containment support for sex workers.
  • To follow up on each client, checking adherence to ART, TB treatment or PEP.
  • Support referral for services sex workers may require.
  • Support the programme team with identifying sex workers for dignity packs.
  1. Reporting, Administration and Facilitation
  • Complete the required data collection tools.
  • Compile reports on client trends, needs, challenges and actions.
  • Participate in general programme activities.
  • Perform related office administration duties of the programme.
  • Attend meetings, briefings, debriefing, staff meetings and other as directed to do so on a regular basis.
  • Support programme team with risk reduction workshops, small groups and sensitisation trainings when required.

 

  1. Personal development
  • Participate in learning and development opportunities (trainings, workshops, information sessions etc.).
  • Stay abreast of developments in the fields of sex work, HIV/AIDS, STIs and TB.
  • Willingness to receive debriefing from Clinical Specialist regularly.
  1. Organisational responsibilities
  • Attend meetings, briefings, debriefing, staff meetings and other as directed to do so on a regular basis.
  • Additional responsibilities delegated by managers from time to time.
  • Represent the organisation and ensure you adhere to the ethos and principles.
  • Act as a role model to strengthen positive behaviour change of sex workers and peer educators.

To apply, submit a motivational letter and CV no later than 31 May 2022 @ 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.


We respect your right to privacy and therefore aim to ensure that we comply with the legal
requirement of the POPI Act which regulates the manner in which we collect, process, store, share
and destroy any personal information which you have provided to us.


We have updated our privacy policy according to, and in compliance with, POPIA. The personal
information that we collect depends on the context of your interaction with us, the choices you
make and the products and features you use. We are committed to protecting your personal
information and your right to privacy.