Centre for Community Impact (CCI) is a non-profit South African organization based in Pretoria. We aim to be a centre of excellence in strategic health and development communication programmes that are centered around meaningful community engagement. CCI has been implementing Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) programs since 2004.
Effective provision of Biomedical Services for the Adolescents and Young People (AYP) Programme.
- Ensure effective management and implementation of all AYP biomedical activities in the sub district.
- Support and manage clinical staff working on the programme.
- Establish and maintain positive working relationships across different Government Departments within the District and other stakeholders/partners.
- Ensure effective and timeous planning, problem solving, monitoring, and reporting on the programme.
- Oversee the verification of beneficiary records and team reports and participate in all data verification processes led by Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) team on the project.
- Participate in Department of Health (DoH) program review and coordination meetings at District and Sub-district level.
- Provide technical support and mentoring to DoH health facilities.
- Degree / diploma in General Nursing Science and Midwifery.
- Current registration with South African Nursing Council as a Professional Nurse and Midwife
- Current SANC Receipt (2019).
- Minimum of 7 years appropriate / recognizable experience in Nursing after registration as a Professional Nurse with SANC in General Nursing.
- Proof of previous and current experience (Certificate of Service and stamped by relevant HR official must be attached).
- Good knowledge of HIV/AIDS and TB Management.
- Knowledge and experience in working within adolescent and youth-friendly health services will be an advantage.
- Diploma in management and experience will be an advantage.
Required skills and Competencies.
- Excellent knowledge of nursing care processes and procedures and all relevant legal frameworks including the Nursing Act, the Health Act, the Occupational Health and Safety Act, the Patients Right Charter, Batho Pele Principles, Public Service Regulations, Labour Relations Act.
- Good understanding of the South African public health national and provincial policies.
- Excellent leadership, planning, organizational and problem-solving skills.
- Excellent communication skills (written and verbal) in English, Sesotho, isiZulu or any other South African language and report writing skills.
- Sound interpersonal skills including conflict management, counselling skills and ability to mobilise a team.
- Ability to work with a multi-disciplinary team.
- Willingness to travel and do work after normal hours and on weekends.
- Computer literate (MS Office package).
- Previous experience in a management position will be an advantage.
- Interested candidates should submit an updated CV to CCI Human Resources at email@example.com
- Please use the job title “Clinical Coordinator” as the subject line for your application.
- The closing date for applications is the 23rd of October 2023.