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Feb 12, 2019

Chief Social Worker

  • iThemba Rape and Trauma Support Centre
  • Johannesburg, South Africa
Full time Nonprofit-Social Services

Job Description

The iThemba Rape and Trauma Support Centre seeks to employ a Chief Social Worker, to be based in Johannesburg.

Salary: Negotiable

Responsibilities:
Manage the iThemba Johannesburg office in Braamfontein in order to provide prompt sensitive pro-active socially inclusive and professional service to survivors or rape and trauma
Network and build strategic alliances with partners within the area
Control expenditure within agreed budgets
As part of a management team contribute to the development and implementation of the organisation strategy
Strong administrative skill necessary to compile reports, business plans and reports for the Department of Social Development, Johannesburg
Supervise Social Workers within the Johannesburg office of iThemba
Attend training aimed at acquiring CPD points as per SACSSP’s expectation
Liaise with other professionals such as psychologists psychiatrists, SAPS Government Welfare Agencies and NGO’s involved in the criminal justice system
Attend relevant stakeholder meetings representing iThemba Johannesburg

Requirements:
Bachelor degree qualification in Social Work
Minimum five years’ experience as a Chief Social Worker
Certified as Chief Social Worker
Registered with the SACSSP
Driver’s license
Strong communication skills
Computer literate

To apply, submit application

Your application should include the following:

CV
Certified ID Copy
Contactable references
Certified Proof of qualifications
Certified SACSSP registration certificate
Certified copy of Valid driver’s licence

Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application

Regret only suitable candidates will be contacted.

Should you not be contacted within two weeks from the closing date, consider the position filled.

Employment
The iThemba Rape and Trauma Support centre is a nonprofit organisation, dedicated to offering comprehensive care for the survivors of traumatic events, as well as their family and friends. This care includes counselling, treatment for physical trauma, prevention of pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases and the careful gathering of forensic evidence.


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