South Africa

Site Coordinators x 2 - UGU & King Cetshwayo Districts

Company NACOSA
Reference # 2020015
Published 23/03/2020
Contract Type Permanent/Contract
Salary Market Related
Location Eshowe, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
NACOSA is a networking organisation that brings communities together to tackle HIV and its impact on vulnerable people. We have a 19-year track record of working with donors, government and communities to strengthen community systems and turn the tide on HIV, AIDS and TB.
Job Functions Administration
Industries Ngo / Non-Profit
The Site Coordinator role
The Site Coordinator position supports the day-to-day operations of the various community development initiatives based in the KwaZulu-Natal regions i.e. UGU and King Cetshwayo, reporting to the Provincial Manager.

Duties and Responsibilities
Provide operational assistance to ensure the effective and efficient implementation of a grant in the focus areas in the province
Coordinate and supervise the day-to-day activities of the site to ensure delivery on key performance areas
Planning and coordinating resources, materials, transport etc. to ensure resources are available where needed
Identify relevant project opportunities related to HIV/AIDS programming relevant to HIV/AIDS
Administrative assistance such as collecting time sheets, contracts, record keeping as may be required from time to time
Review progress of initiatives on implementation level in order to report on developments and provide advice on potential areas for improvements
Ensure adherence to company policies and procedures
Ensure adherence to budget financial accountability of site operations
Develop and maintain strong working relationship with strategic partners
Travel in rural settings regularly and overnight away from home

Required qualifications, skills and experience

A degree in Social Science/Public Health or related discipline
Good computer and reporting skills
At least 5 years’ experience at supervisory or management level of a project, site or team in the NGO sector
Practical experience working in the HIV/AIDS field within the NGO sector
Read, write, and speak in two official South African languages, of which one must be English.
In procession of a valid driver’s license.

Personal Competencies
Leadership skills couple with ability to maintain good interpersonal relations
Ability to drive, implement and demonstrated ability to manage a project
Proven ability to work as a team member with multidisciplinary teams
Ability to multi-task, pay attention to detail, and prioritise to meet deadlines.
Ability to work under pressure
Commitment to the goals of the project and willing to go the extra mile to ensure success
Demonstrate sensitivity, respect, honesty and fairness in interactions
Willingness to travel

Job Closing Date 30/03/2020
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