Apr 16, 2019
Job Purpose The effective and efficient management of the activities of the office of the GS, Executive Management and other Governance structures Responsibilities 1. Operational/organisational/Secretarial support Ensure that all regular governance/management functions are managed, and monitored: Board, National Council, Secretariat etc. Manage all Project activities and national events of the office of the GS - Planning, execution and completions while maintaining alignment with the strategy, financial procedures and organisational objectives e.g. AGM, training, conferences etc. 2. Governance support and Compliance Professionally capture and document the deliberations of all major forms of governance: Board, National Council, Secretariat, Executive and Staff Meetings. Maintain all statutory requirements for all governance activities above. 3. Support TAC partner management Oversee and effectively communicate with provinces, national and international partners and donors 4. Financial Management Support the GS office by liaising with the Financial Manager, National Organiser and National Manager to ensure that the GS office budgets are formulated and adhered. Support the GS with monthly financial reconciliation to finance after travels. 5. Assets management and inventory control Liaise with the National Manager to manage GS office assets and office inventory. Requirements Project Management or any other Management / Secretarial qualification. 5 years’ experience administration/organisational support. Excellent proficiency in English – and one local language is a requirement. Experience in quality minute taking from Management to Board level. The ability to handle sensitive and confidential matters effectively. Vast knowledge of HIV/AIDS and TB and other local health issues. Experience in working in an NGO environment. Applied knowledge of computer software (MS Word, Excel, and outlook). Experience in report writing, excellent communication and research skills. Excellent record keeping and filing skills. Excellent Interpersonal Skills. Excellent planning and organizing skills. Knowledge of and experience with video conferencing tools. Ability to work independently and in a team. Time management - the ability to maintain effectiveness and meet deadlines whilst working under pressure. Willingness to work outside working hours. Willingness to travel when required. To apply, submit your cover letter, detailed CV, copy of a valid driver’s license, matric certificate, qualifications and 3 contactable references by e-mail Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Treatment Action Campaign is guided by principles of employment equity; women and people with disability are encouraged to apply Employment: TAC engages in monitoring, advocacy and campaigning within the health system to ensure that every person with HIV, TB co-infection and STI's has access to quality comprehensive prevention, treatment, care and support services to live a healthy life.
Treatment Action Campaign Johannesburg, South Africa Full time