Provincial Programme Manager


Provincial Programme Manager
Centre for Communication
Centre for Communications Impact (CCI, trading as JHHESA), is looking for a Provincial Program
Manager (one for KZN and one for Mpumalanga province) to manage and support communities to
develop, implement, monitor and evaluate evidenced based, relevant and appropriate social and
behavioral community programs that will result in the improved health and well-being of their
Key Outputs
• There is a detailed work plan and supporting budget for the targeted audiences assigned
that is aligned with the unit’s work plan and budget and supports the unit and the
organization’s strategic objectives
High quality, evidence based community programs that are compliant and meet best
practice standards are in place that responds to the identified community needs and target
audiences in a timely, cost effective and impactful manner in line with the unit work plan
Have regularly and effectively engaged with director of community programs, and the
relevant program stakeholders at provincial, district and community levels to identify their
needs and opportunities for partnerships
Have timeously and accurately monitored progress and provided feedback on program
implementation through internal feedback mechanisms and systems to communities and
Have successfully facilitated the independent evaluation of the program within targeted
communities and shared and integrated findings with stakeholders and communities
Documented and shared program lessons learnt and achievements to contribute positively
to the evidence base of effective community models and approaches
The team is motivated and have the competencies (knowledge, skills, attitudes & values)
needed to deliver on the job’s purpose are in place and being continuously improved
In the interest of doing no harm to communities, CCI and the environment have complied to
and supported CCI’s policies and procedures,
Contributed to the community program unit through active and regular engagement in
achieving its purpose and strategic objectives
Minimum Qualifications
• Master’s degree in one of the following: Development, Social Sciences, Social and
Behavioral Communication, Public Health or other relevant field of study
At least 7-10 years relevant experience
Computer literacy with emphasis on Excel, MS Word and PowerPoint
A valid driver’s license
Good communication skills (verbal and written)
Good organizational, planning and interpersonal skills
Persons interested should forward their applications by no later than Monday, 18 May 2015 to Ms
Pinky Makhaye, Centre for Communication Impact, Email: [email protected] Please indicate if you
are applying for the KZN or Mpumalanga position.