The Children’s Hospital Trust is an independent non-profit organization established in 1994 to raise funds to support projects and programmes to help advance child healthcare through the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital – the first stand-alone tertiary hospital exclusively for children in sub-Saharan Africa. The Children’s Hospital Trust has raised more than R800million over the last 24 years.
The overall scope of work under the Grant includes direct provision of health services as well as technical assistance to the Department of Health, with the aim of improving the reach, effectiveness and sustainability of HIV and TB prevention and treatment services at facility and community levels.The two positions will be based in Chris Hani and OR Tambo Districts respectively, and will serve the strategic information (SI) needs of the various Grant programmes, as well as provide SI support to the District and develop SI capacities within the District Health System.
The Government Technical Advisory Centre (GTAC) is looking to fill an Evaluation and Learning Specialist post. The successful candidate will be expected to provide inputs into the management of the Jobs Fund Evaluation Framework and Learning Agenda,Identify and evaluate progress on projects and extract learnings from the Jobs Fund portfolio and develop Terms of Reference for evaluations and manage the service provider selection process among others.
Accelerate your career and study to become a qualified programme evaluator. The University of Cape Town is currently accepting applications for the 2019 Masters in Programme Evaluation. This is a specialised, highly regarded professional degree that has long been established as one of Africa's premium offerings in postgraduate evaluation training. The degree comprises equal portions of taught coursework coupled with expert supervision of an evaluation research project.
WFP Regional Bureau Johannesburg (RBJ) is currently looking for credible and experienced evaluation firms that it would like to engage with to carry out different types of evaluation projects in 11 countries that WFP-RBJ has operational coverage.
The Allan Gray Orbis Foundation was founded by Allan Gray in 2005 to develop a pipeline of responsible high impact entrepreneurial individuals who will in turn contribute towards an entrepreneurial, equitable South Africa flourishing with meaningful employment.
HIVSA is a not for profit company which was established in 2002 with a full time staff compliment of over 100 members and is a strategic partner of the Gauteng Provincial Departments of Health and Social Development. HIVSA empowers individuals, community workers and organisations through the implementation of community and health systems strengthening programmes that seek to develop their capacity and resilience to effectively address socio-economic and health issues in the context of high HIV and AIDS burden with the ultimate vision of creating an HIV free generation.
Over the last two years, starting with structural changes in client management tools, m2m overhauled its entire routine M&E system that drives programme performance management. In order to optimise efficient production of monthly and quarterly routine programme performance reports, and to drive optimal utilisation of these reports among a broad range of internal and external stakeholders, m2m require the services of a short term consultant to replicate the current excel-based routine reporting system onto a Tableau platform.
Hlumelelisa is a non-profit organisation that provides SETA-accredited horticultural training to sentenced offenders at various Correctional Facilities (prisons) in the Gauteng region. It takes a holistic approach and includes personal development and life skills with the aim of making these people employable when they are released. It also creates work opportunities as many of our trainers are ex-offenders. The organisation assists offenders to regain their humanity and self-respect and develop a sense of hope for the future.
The purpose of this position is to optimise the functioning of the RSI unit within the Department of Programmes and Technical Support (DPTS) through ensuring timely delivery of high quality outputs across the RSI function. In partnership with the Deputy Director Research and Strategic Information and the Evaluation and Operations Research Specialist, the RSI Manager will complete the executive / leadership hub within the RSI unit and will be jointly responsible for driving the RSI vision within DPTS and the broader organisation.