Main purpose of the job:
To contribute to the smooth running of the Rural Health Advocacy Project (RHAP) by providing administrative and financial support in compliance with WHC policies and regulations. To coordinate and develop communication outputs.
Location Rural Health Advocacy Project, Rosebank
Key performance areas: – Provide financial support – Provide projects and office administrative support – Coordinate and develop communication outputs of the organisation – Maintain sound governance, effective self-management and performance ownership.
Required minimum education and training: A Diploma in a relevant field, such as office administration; communications. Highly proficiency in use of MS Office, particularly Word and Excel. Experience in social media management; campaign development; popular writing.
Required minimum work experience: Minimum of three years’ experience in a general office environment. Experience in financial administration. Experience in communications.
Desirable additional education, work experience and personal abilities: Attention to detail and sense of accuracy. Sound customer and service orientation. Friendly, helpful, Professional and perseverant. Able to manage and prioritise time to various tasks simultaneously. Able to work independently with minimum supervision as well as in a team. Self-motivated with a high regard for work ethic and integrity. Good command of English, verbally and in writing. Reliable and accountable; willingness to learn and receive constructive feedback Good command of English, verbal and written. Experience with website management; social media. Good writing and editing skills.
Committed to principles of Social Justice and RHAP’s mandate.
Should you be interested in applying for this vacancy, clearly state which vacancy you are applying for and forward your detailed CV to: Lucia Milton at firstname.lastname@example.org . The closing date for all applications is 26 April 2017. The Wits Health Consortium will only respond to shortlisted candidates. Candidates who have not been contacted within two weeks of the closing date can consider their applications unsuccessful. In accordance with our Employment Equity goals and plan, preference will be given to suitable applicants from designated groups as defined in the Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998 and subsequent amendments thereto.