HIVSA is a not-for-profit company established in 2002 and is a strategic partner of the Gauteng Provincial Departments of Health and Social Development. We innovatively transform and empower individuals, community workers, and organisations by developing their capacities to effectively respond to the socio-economic and health challenges that burden communities.
The CSS programme implements the Preventing HIV/AIDS in Vulnerable Populations (PHVP). The goal of the PHVP programme in Gauteng is to contribute towards HIV epidemic control by enhancing the quality, comprehensiveness, and sustainability of care and support services to improve resilience, health, and well-being of Orphans and Vulnerable Children, Adolescents and Youth (OVCA&Y) and Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW), in line with the South African Government (SAG)’s strategic goals for health and social development. HIVSA’s implementation model is embedded in capacitating and strengthening Department of Social Development (DSD) funded Community-Based Organisations (CBOs) to utilise a robust case management system and structured evidence-based interventions to provide holistic services to communities, OVCA&Y, and AGYW. HIVSA implements the PHVP programme in Johannesburg, Tshwane, and Sedibeng.
The Team Lead is responsible for QUALITY implementation of programme activities at sub-partner level, including ensuring that the expected C/ALHIV proportion are verified and enrolled into the programme. This includes programme and organisational (institutional) capacity building aligned to SOPs, Policies, and other relevant programmatic guidance to ensure SIMS compliance daily. The individual must be able to work independently, be reliable, and trustworthy, pay attention to detail, and to communicate timeously to ensure smooth programme implementation. The Team Lead are responsible to provide supervisory, developmental, and administrative input, and support to the Social Workers to achieve programme targets and outputs. The Team Lead must conduct verification and validation activities of programme beneficiaries to ensure quality data is reported to CBIMS.
Candidates that meet the requirements and are interested in the position to send a 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@example.com.
Closing date for applications: 3rd February 2023 (Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.)