Posted on :
2 Nov, 2018
2 Nov, 2018
HIVSA is a not for profit company which was established in 2002 with a full time staff compliment of over 100 members and is a strategic partner of the Gauteng Provincial Departments of Health and Social Development. HIVSA empowers individuals, community workers and organisations by developing their capacity and resilience to effectively address socio-economic and health issues in the context of high HIV and AIDS burden with the ultimate vision of creating an HIV free generation.
The Community Services & Linkage Manager will be the lead technical expert for integration of community and clinical service delivery with a focus on improving results towards “90-90-90”. This includes coordination, strengthening linkages and mainstreaming health services in programme interventions. http://www.hivsa.com/sites/default/files/csl-mngr.doc
The CSS Project Manager will be expected to take lead in developing and implementing initiatives that promote the 90,90,90 strategy by assuming a central role in ensuring that all their sites identify and support at least 20% of HIV positive children and OVC&Y of their overall targets. Overall responsibility for operational, coordination, management and supervisory of teams at implementing sites will rest with the Project Manager. http://www.hivsa.com/sites/default/files/css-proj-mgr.doc
The Grants Officer takes full accountability for overseeing and ensuring compliance with legal and donor requirements across HIVSA programmes. This includes ensuring that all contracts, grants, co-operative and other funded agreements adhere to all donor regulations. The Grants officer will design, implement, manage and monitor contracts and sub-agreement workflow processes and procedures and will serve as the main point of contact between HIVSA and donor contract/ grant officials, reviewing. http://www.hivsa.com/sites/default/files/grant-officer.doc
The CSS Nurse will be responsible for case finding, recruitment and enrolment of expected HIV Positivity quotas for the programme. This involves actively strategizing ideas to ensure that at least 20% of HIV positive OVC&Y are enrolled into programmes; ensuring integration of community and clinical service delivery with a focus on improving results towards “90-90-90”. S/he will strengthen implementation of comprehensive, HIV-inclusive case management with a focus on improving paediatric HIV case identification; strengthening HIV prevention focus, linkage to HTS, care, and treatment; retention among both children and their caregivers; and violence prevention and response. http://www.hivsa.com/sites/default/files/css-nurse.doc
The CSS Social Worker is responsible for the coordination and implementation of all interventions which includes championing strategies that ensure that at least 20% of HIV positive children and OVC&Y are enrolled into programmes at implementing sites. This includes programming and organisational (institutional) capacity building of CBOs through trainings, mentorship, quality improvement and monitoring of data for integrity. This position requires a comprehensive and detailed understanding of OVC&Y programming issues, as well as a high degree of initiative, independent judgment and communication. http://www.hivsa.com/sites/default/files/css-social-worker.doc
The Grants Assistant Officer will assist the finance department to complete ad hoc administrative tasks related to Grants and Contracts management. The role also requires that he/she maintains & ensures that grants and CBO files are kept on files in a lockable cabinet and ensure that old files are stored off-site. http://www.hivsa.com/sites/default/files/grant-officer.doc
The Choma Innovation Cafés Project Coordinator (CICPC) is responsible for setting up the Choma Innovation Cafés at various new sites that have been identified for OVC&Y programme implementation. Key to this position will be the establishment of linkages between the Choma Innovation Cafés and all CSS programme activities at the Community Based Organisations (CBOs) to ensure effective layering of services. The CICPC will supporting programme strategies aimed at identifying and supporting HIV positive OVC&Y (at least 20% of overall target) and linking them into care and treatment and other health and social services that include Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH), Gender Based Violence (GBV) and Post Violence care. http://www.hivsa.com/sites/default/files/choma-coord.doc
The Monitoring & Evaluation Officer is an integral member of HIVSA’s M&E team who, under the supervision and guidance of the M&E Project Manager , supports the implementation of the programme M&E Plan and development of an efficient M&E System. http://www.hivsa.com/sites/default/files/me-officer.doc
The M&E Data Officer’s role is mainly to ensure the accuracy, reliability and security of data required for analytical and reporting purposes. He/She will be responsible for ensuring that programme data and records for HIVSA’s PHVP Project are maintained and kept up to date. Assisting with the management of data, handling data queries, retrieving and basic data analysis and presentation of data in accordance with the requirements of M&E reporting activities and requests. http://www.hivsa.com/sites/default/files/me-data-officer.doc
What do you need to do to apply?
Interested candidates should use the link(s) to access the full advertisements and those that meet the requirements to send motivation letter and CV (not more than 5 pages), and three contactable referees to: The HR Manager, HIVSA, P O Box 3869, Southgate, 2082, e-mail: [email protected] or fax: 086 244 5444.
Closing date for applications: 5th November 2018 (Please note that only short listed candidates will be contacted.)