HOPE Cape Town
Salary Range: Negotiable
(A portion of the package can be structured according to the individual’s personal needs)
Starting Date: immediately
HOPE Cape Town has been established in 2001 as a non-profit organisation working in education and outreach in the field of HIV/AIDS and related conditions in the Western Cape. Management of the paediatric Ithemba ward at Tygerberg Hospital as well as management and training of Community Health Workers employed by HOPE Cape Town in 16 townships surrounding Cape Town, as far as Grabouw belong to the core work of the organization. Nutritional and sport projects, as well as grassroots projects, research projects into traditional health practices and basic e-learning programs for health education are some of the activities in which the NGO specializes. Due to continued growth and expansion of the NGO, the position of a Director is now being advertised for HOPE CAPE TOWN to assist the management board and lead the staff.
The Director will be responsible for the overall management of the organisation
- contribute to the development of the overall vision and strategic planning of the organisation
- manage the day to day activities of the organisation
- provide financial oversight of the organization with the support of the Finance Portfolio Committee
- manage the organisation’s Human Resources
- participate in fundraising for the organisation as well as represent and advocate HOPE Cape Town in the media
- ensure the development and maintenance of strong partnerships internationally, regionally and nationally where appropriate
The Director reports directly to the Board.
Fluent in English and one other language (preferably German),
At least 5 years experience in a business/managerial position
MBA, alternatively MBChB (MD) or equivalent
Medical background with an understanding of HIV/AIDS, especially in terms of the clinical, scientific, social and political aspects of the epidemic
Experience in working in partnership with civil society actors and advocates;
Knowledge of the commercial world and ability to nurture industry partnerships;
Experience in acting in a representative capacity;
Experience in fundraising and the capacity to engage with non-traditional sources of resource.
Enquiries: Kerstin Behlau, Phone: 021 – 938 9930, Email: admin @ hopecapetown.com
Please submit your application for the attention of Kerstin Behlau to HOPE Cape Town, P.O. Box 19145, Tygerberg 7505, South Africa (Email: admin @ hopecapetown.com). Successful candidates will be invited for an interview.