CHoiCe Trust, a Non-Profit organisation operating in Limpopo Province, is seeking a Human Rights and
Psychosocial Coordinator who will be responsible for providing oversight and supervision to the human
rights advocacy team driving structural change in the HIV prevention response as it relates to men who
have sex with men (MSM). This individual must be a registered social worker who is able to provide
psychosocial support to beneficiaries while coordinating a team promoting human rights of the targeted
population, thereby addressing structural drivers of HIV within the District.
The appointed individual is expected to have the following experience and qualifications:
- Degree in Social work essential
- Minimum 5 years’ experience working in the social work sector
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience in coordinating a team
- Experience in working with MSM or other key population groups would be advantageous
- Be able to work independently without supervision
- Be computer literate
- Have strong language skills, including English and at least one local language
- Proof of COVID-19 vaccination
- Registration with the South African Council for Social Work Professionals
The Human Rights and Psychosocial Coordinator must be able to work independently, have excellent
communication skills, be detail-oriented, well organised and deadline driven. The individual must have
tenacity, patience, passion for working with people, be accurate and precise. They must be able to work
towards set targets and have a passion for working with men having sex with men (MSM).
- Implementation of quality services
- Coordination of structural team
- Monitoring and Reporting
- General support
Interested candidates are to forward their CV and a motivational letter stating their salary expectation
(with no certificates) for attention:
The Human Resources Officer e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that applications without motivation letters stating salary expectations will not be
- CLOSING DATE: WEDNESDAY, 16th September 2022
For more information on CHoiCe Trust see: www.choicetrust.org.za
Persons from amongst the targeted population (MSM) are invited to apply.
Persons with disabilities are also invited to apply.
Preference will be given to suitably qualified candidates from the designated groups in line with the provisions of the
Employment Equity Act, No 55 of 1998 (and any amendments thereto), the relevant internal recruitment policy as
well as the organization’s employment equity plan.