5 x Data Capturers (Ekurhuleni & Johannesburg Districts)
2 x Drivers (Ekurhuleni & Johannesburg Districts)
2 x Quality Improvement (QI) Officers
1 x Contracts Manager
1 x Communications Officer
2 x Focal Nurses (Ekurhuleni & Johannesburg Districts)
Please see full details of these positions below.
1. POSITION: 5 x Data Capturers (Ekurhuleni & Johannesburg Districts)
Job Overview: The Data Capturer/Admin responsibility is to maintain capturing of patients’
information, collate information and prepare reports for submission and presentation to the
organization, health facilities, district, and National Dept of Health. Supporting Digital Chest
X-Ray (DCXR), Nutritional Support and Community Outreach Data activities and report to
Key Performance Areas Include:
Document all patient’s records coming for DCXR before receiving the services.
Advise clients on the processes to follow for DCXR.
Capture client’s information prior to DCXR examination.
Communicate with ENAs regarding patients results and do follow up.
Administer transportation and delivery of equipment for the DCXR services.
Follow up if all clients with signs and symptoms of TB are referred to the facility for testing
Follow-up on all the clients referred to the facility and ensure linkage to care.
Ensure that all the clients linked to care are registered and captured in Tier.net.
Ensure accurate daily data capturing and consolidation for designated service points.
Ensure that data is transmitted to relevant facilities and Isibani managers within the set
Participate in data quality management by performing systems verifications, data quality
assurance and control measures.
Submission of weekly activity and monthly data reports to the Radiographer and Isibani
Archive patients records in the files.
Complete daily, weekly, monthly reporting templates accurately and timely submission
Matric with 2 years working experience in data collection, capturing and analysis
A post matric qualification will be advantageous.
Have basic knowledge of HIV/AIDS and TB
Experience working with DOH data and/or M&E systems
Experience of working on Tier.Net and/ or EDR-Web will be added advantage
Must be proficient in MS Word, MS Power Point and MS Excel
Proficiency in written and verbal English communication and 1 indigenous language
A valid SA drivers’ licence and must be willing to travel
Must be residing within JHB metropolitan area where the post is located
2. POSITION: 2 x DRIVERS (Ekurhuleni & Johannesburg Districts)
Job Overview: The main responsibilities of the driver is to support the ENAs with household visits
including distribution of the nutritional packages. Support community outreach and campaigns. The
Driver will also assist with basic administrative tasks in the district office and reports to the
Assistant Programme Manager.
Key Performance Areas Include:
Inspect the vehicle for defects before, during and after trips and report faults to the relevant
Support the ENAs to do household visit and delivery of nutritional packages
Support community outreach activities including campaigns
Safely and responsibly performing all official travel using project vehicles
Vehicle maintenance including regular check-ups, cleanings, and fuelling.
Maintaining an accurate vehicle log.
Ability to work in a multi-disciplinary team
Capture and verify food parcels collected and delivered/distributed
Working with the office to manage daily vehicle and trip scheduling as needed.
Maintaining accurate records and paperwork on all vehicle-related purchases and
Providing safe transportation to and from locations for the project.
Ensuring compliance with all Isibani Development Partners and local driving laws and
Other duties as assigned.
At least 2 years of work experience as a driver
Basic knowledge of English and local languages in Gauteng province
Excellent driving record.
Ability to use and capture on a mobile tablet
Valid South African code 10 driver’s license + PDP
Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions
Ability to perform basic administrative task
Computer literacy will be added advantage
3. READVERTISING POSITION: 2 x Quality Improvement (QI) Officers
Job Overview: The quality improvement officer will work closely with the Isibani QI Advisor,
programme managers as well as subdistrict QI teams to implement, document, and report quality
improvement (QI) activities, as per the National Department of Health TB Framework and Strategic
Plan. S/He will also work with the relevant stakeholders in the subdistricts to improve the quality of
health care services in target facilities. The Officer’s primary role is to support and ensure that
healthcare workers within their facilities comply with care standards and quality key performance
Key Responsibilities Include:
Identify and address QI capacity building needs for the Subdistrict Quality Improvement
Teams and Facility based improvement teams to promote the implementation of the NDoH
TB QI model and approach (Model for improvement) across TB programme in the
subdistrict health interventions.
Support the QI Advisor in coordinating, facilitating, and tracking monthly facility
performance review and quality improvement activities, in close collaboration with the
respective subdistrict teams.
Support the QI Advisor in conducting monthly integrated QI coaching and mentorship
activities for the health facilities in the respective clusters based on performance data.
Coordinate targeted QI coaching activities for health facility teams to design, implement,
monitor, document, and report QI activities.
Support and facilitate the Facility QI team meetings and implementation of their QI plans
Provide support for reporting QI activities, results and sharing during the learning sessions
in accordance with the NDoH TB framework and strategic plan.
Contribute to the development, implementation, and tracking of monthly, quarterly, and
annual QI activity reports and plans (workplans)
Contribute to the documentation and dissemination of QI related activities, progress,
successes, lessons learned, and best practices
Support the district to plan and continuously utilize the findings for improvement.
Support the use of prescribed data tools to track progress of PDSA projects at facility level.
Education and Experience
At least a three (3) years tertiary qualification in Health Sciences or nursing education
Minimum of 3 years professional experience in a public health sector and NGO setting
Experience in TB and HIV prevention and management
2 – 3 years Quality Improvement experience in Health
Experience in district health data management systems (i.e.TIER, Web-DHIS, THIS
Valid driver’s license
Key skills and competencies
Excellent writing skills
Excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to clearly and concisely express ideas and
concepts in written and oral forms
Proficient in the use of Microsoft office software, especially Excel
Ability to travel within the district.
Conversant with South Africa’s National Strategic Plan on HIV, TB and STIs 2017-2022
(NSP) and the Treatment and Retention Acceleration Plan (TRAP)
4. POSITION: 1 x CONTRACT MANAGER
Job Overview: The Contracts Manager is primarily responsible for the administration of
contracts and consultant agreements, ensuring full compliance with Global Fund rules and
regulations. The Contracts Manager will be the primary point of contact for contractual issues,
provide guidance on contract interpretation, ensure compliance with Isibani’s policies and
procedures, to successfully achieve project goals. The Contract Manager reports to the Finance
and Operations Manager.
Key Performance Areas Include:
Leads conceptualisation, development and drafting of Scope of Work, Terms of Reference,
Budgets, and Requests for Proposals and Quotations.
Draft and manages all contracts, including consultant agreements, deliverables,
modifications and negotiation memos.
Negotiates, reviews and revises budgets and supporting documents to ensure compliance
with donor regulations, accuracy and reasonableness of costs, and alignment with the
scope of work.
Responsible for organising contract meetings, minutes taking, conducting due diligence,
site visits and provide re-direction when necessary.
Provides guidance to the organisation on contract management issues, as needed.
Advises senior management on matters of concern and elements of risk that can be
detrimental to successful project performance.
Works directly with senior management and NDoH – GF PMU to ensure smooth
implementation of contracts.
Responds to internal and external audit matters related to contracts.
Collaborates with Isibani finance and program staff and NDoH – GF PMU to monitor
Review contract proposals, negotiates terms and conditions, and issues contracts
Participates in project start-up, implementation, and close-out procedures ensuring
compliance with terms and conditions of the contractual agreement and organisational
policies and procedures.
Bdegree qualification in Business Administration, Accounting, or equivalent qualification
Atleast 5 years’ experience in negotiating and managing contracts in an NGO sector
Knowledge of PFMA and Global Fund rules and regulations regarding contracts.
Excellent negotiation skills
Exceptional attention to detail, and for accuracy and precision
Critical thinking skills and the ability to research and understand legal documents, financial
reports and technical documents.
5. POSITION: 1 x Communication Officer
Job Overview: The Communication Officer’s responsibility is to support the organization in the
formulation of communication strategy and the annual communication plan. Conceptualize; plan;
implement and monitor internal and external communications for the GF TB/HIV program with the
objective of influencing the perceptions of targeted beneficiaries, stakeholders and enhancing the
organization’s image and reputation. The Communication Officer will report to the Executive
Key Performance Areas Include:
Develop, support and promote GF TB/HIV program goals, including message development,
social media content creation and media outreach.
Write and distribute content to promote the organization’s brand, and the GF TB/HIV grant
Ensure digital marketing content aligns with the TB/HIV project brand’s identity and
message, and assist with outreach campaigns as needed
Documentation of the TB/HIV project success stories and key lessons learned.
Maintains and develops contacts with target groups, including local authorities, and
Research and draft documents including interviewing, editing, proof reading and collating
information from colleagues and wider stakeholders for relevant publications.
Draft internal communications (memos, newsletters etc.)
Draft content for the organisation’s website and update website as and when required
Manages social media platforms
Provides administrative and technical support services to the executive in respect of
Communications, Marketing and Stakeholder Relations
Design of creative content for all social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)
Prepares and submits reports as required
Monitor compliance to policies and relevant legislation
Bdegree qualification in communication or journalism.
At least 5 years’ experience in communications field.
Experience in an NGO or donor related field will be an added advantage
Strong communication skills (written and verbal)
Writing, Editing, proof reading and publishing skills
Proven planning and organization skills;
Strong layout and design skills
6. POSITION: 2 X Focal Nurses
Job Overview: Based at hospital /decentralised sites, the focal Nurse will work closely with the
medical and nursing service manager and quality improvement focal person, to activate HIV/TB QI
activities, coordinate and deliver services, and improve notification and linkage to care at PHCs.
Key Responsibilities and Duties
Coordinate TB activities
a. Work closely with hospital/decentralised site management, HAST, sub district
managers, and facility managers.
b. Implement TB quality improvement (QI) activities, including establishing QI teams
and facilitating QI meetings
Support data collection and data management activities
a. Work closely with data capture/data management teams
b. Support QI activities to promote high quality data collation and data management
TB, HIV Care and Prevention
a. Support in-hospital TB and HIV care and prevention activities, including screening,
patient education, sputum collection and HIV testing
b. Provide mentorship and support for provision of appropriate treatment for latent TB
infection (LTBI) – 3HP
c. Support linkage to care in hospital
Support active TB case finding
a. Employ appropriate messaging to trigger demand-driven TB case finding
Promote and support infection prevention and control activities
a. Support hospital / decentralised management in implementation of effective IPT
throughout the facicility
b. Ensure staff adhere to standard operating procedures with respect to personal
protective equipment (PPE)
Diploma/degree or relevant Nursing qualification
Registration with the South African Nursing Council as a Professional Nurse
At least 3 years’ experience in nursing post registration
Proficiency in Microsoft Office
Ability to communicate in English and at least one African language- isiZulu/Sotho
Valid driver’s licence
Knowledge, Skills and Competencies:
Good leadership, mentoring and people management skills
Proficient computer skills including email, record keeping, routine database activity, internet
software, spreadsheet software and word processing software
Excellent attention to detail and deadlines
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to build relationships with stakeholders
Previous exposure within an NGO environment
Must have prior TB case management experience
Preferably must be residing within JHB and Ekurhuleni metropolitan area where the post is
Suitable candidates to send CV application to:
Please Note: All applicants must indicate the position they are applying for in the subject line.
Closing date: 30th September 2020
Kindly note only shortlisted candidates will be notified
ISIBANI DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS – VARIOUS POSITIONS
Closing date for applications: 30 September 2020
Isibani Development Partners is a South African-registered NGO, launched in 2011 to become a
leading local technical assistance provider, systems strengthening and grants manager for health
and social service in Southern Africa.