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As one of the 4 nominated Principal Recipient (PRs) in South Africa to lead and provide strategic management, oversight, monitoring and evaluation on the implementation of the Global Fund grant for the period April 2019 until March 2022, Beyond Zero is recruiting to fill the following Positions under the GF funding mechanism.

1X FINANCE OFFICER

1X PROJECT ACCOUNTANT

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Advert – Project Acountant and Finance Officer Position
Anticipated start date:

01 December 2019

Closing date for applications:

14 November 2019

Remuneration: Market related

Contract duration:

One year fixed term with possibility of extension for 3 years depending on funding availability.

To Apply: Cover letters clearly stating the Position being applied for and preferred region/location as mentioned on the adverts, CVs, and copies of qualifications must be forwarded to gfrecruitment@beyondzero.org.za

Beyond Zero (BZ) has been successfully implementing comprehensive services across the HIV and TB care continuum in the Eastern Cape (EC), KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) and Limpopo Provinces in the past 16 years; targeting key and vulnerable populations including adolescents and youths, sex workers (SW), orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) and men who have sex with men (MSM) and people living with HIV amongst others. As one of the 4 nominated Principal Recipient (PRs) in South Africa to lead and provide strategic management, oversight, monitoring and evaluation on the implementation of the Global Fund grant for the period April 2019 until March 2022, Beyond Zero is recruiting to fill the following Positions under the GF funding mechanism.

Contract duration:                  One year fixed term with possibility of extension for 3 years

depending on funding availability.

 

Anticipated start date:             13 January, 2019

Closing date for applications:  17th of December, 2019

 Remuneration:                         Market related

PROVINCIAL COORDINATORS: {1 X FREE STATE}

 

Position Description summary: Provincial Coordinators will work under the close supervision and guidance of the Technical Leads and all the other members of the GF project team. Key responsibilities include provision of support in the implementation of all MSM/TG/CRS & AGYW interventions and activities for the GF grant at the Provincial level working closely with the Technical Leads and selected Sub-Recipients (SRs) on the GF grant.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Establishing strong working relations with the Provincial Council on AIDS and all its sub-provincial structures including government departments, civil society and all other relevant stakeholders
  • Coordinating an integrated approach to the implementation of activities among the GF program modules
  • Provide oversight, guidance and support including coordinating program activities working closely with selected SRs
  • Lead the planning, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, reporting and budgeting for program activities in the respective Provinces.
  • Provide on-going quality improvement to SRs in the implementation of program activities
  • Working closely with the training team, ensure implementation of training and development plans with SRs and CSOs
  • Plan and facilitate all CRS activities including Civil Society Forums, SR and PCA meetings, DIP and PIP review meetings and other related activities
  • Organizing, attending and participating in MSM/TG stakeholder meetings working with the relevant sectors, DOH, PCA and other relevant stakeholders
  • Engagement with provincial governments on program policy development
  • Constantly monitor project implementation against the GF framework and assess project risks and issues and provide solutions where applicable.
  • Lead and supervise the BZ GF project teams in the Provinces

 

Minimum Requirements

  • A three-year Diploma/ Degree or an equivalent qualification in Communication, Education, Health, Public Health, Social Science or Social Work.
  • 3 years proven working experience in a similar position.
  • Extensive knowledge of HIV/AIDS, TB and STI issues among key populations in South Africa
  • Advanced computer skills in the Microsoft Office Package
  • Exceptional verbal, written, presentation and facilitation skills.
  • Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team.
  • Strong negotiations, time management and conflict resolutions skills
  • Excellent organizational and administrative skills
  • Valid driver’s license and ability to travel extensively

 

PROVINCIAL LIAISON OFFICERS

{1 X EASTERN CAPE} {1 X FREE STATE} {1 X LIMPOPO PROVINCE}

Position Description Summary: Reporting to the Provincial Coordinators, the PLOs will support the delivery of key Pops Programmes in the supported regions. The PLO will provide overall coordination and guidance in the implementation of all CRS interventions and activities for the Global Fund grant in the province. Working closely with PCA, the PLO will ensure optimal compliance to Award reporting and monitoring requirements to track performance against set targets, document lessons learnt and best practises as well as using evidence for program planning

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Establish networks and maintain strategic working relationships with relevant stakeholders at provincial and district level in support of strengthening response to HIV/AIDS and TB
  • Coordinate the social mobilization activities in the provinces
  • Promote dialogue among civil society, government and other role players through consultative forum meetings and community dialogues
  • Coordinate capacity building interventions
  • Represent BZ at Provincial and district project meetings, campaigns and workshops
  • Develop action plans and monitor program activity progress
  • Ensure strict adherence to programme contractual requirements between BZ and partners
  • Ensure programme targets are met
  • Ensure that all relevant provincial project information and documents are recorded, maintained, collected, and submitted for storage on the system
  • Assist with the compilation of Project reports
  • Implement project monitoring strategies in accordance with the Monitoring and Evaluation (Monitoring and Evaluation) Framework, in collaboration with Monitoring and Evaluation team
  • Document project experiences, processes, successes, challenges and lessons learnt

 

Minimum requirements:

  • Degree in Social Science /Public Health or related discipline
  • Training in project management will be added advantage
  • At least 3 years NGO related work experience in a similar position
  • Extensive knowledge of the multisectoral HIV, TB and STI response in South Africa
  • Advanced computer skills in the Microsoft Office Package
  • Exceptional verbal, written, presentation and facilitation skills.
  • Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team.
  • Strong negotiations, time management and conflict resolutions skills
  • Excellent organizational and administrative skills
  • Valid driver’s license and ability to travel extensively

 

By applying for any of the above mentioned positions, applicants consent   to BZ to conduct qualification, ID, Criminal and Reference checks on them which form part of its recruitment process.

To Apply:  Cover letters clearly stating the Position being applied for and preferred region/location  as mentioned on the adverts    , CVs,  and copies of qualifications must be forwarded to gfrecruitment@beyondzero.org.za

  1. Applicants who have not heard from Beyond Zero one month after the publication of these adverts should consider their applications unsuccessful and, any future correspondence from BZ thereof will be limited to shortlisted applicants only.

Beyond Zero reserves the right to re-advertise any of the above listed Positions should the need arise and also reserves the right not to fill any of the listed Positions.

 

None South African Citizens and none South African Permanent Residence holders must be in possession of valid documentation authorizing them to work in South Africa.

 

Beyond Zero is an equal opportunity employer.

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