TB

Grants Specialist

Employer: 
Health Systems Trust
Closing Date: 
21 March 2014

Health Systems Trust is a dynamic, not-for-profit organisation that supports the development of an equitable and comprehensive health system for the provision of quality health care in South and Southern Africa.

PURPOSE

Senior Epidemiologist/ Researcher

Employer: 
Foundation for Professional Development
Closing Date: 
21 February 2014

The Foundation for Professional Development (FPD) is a nonprofit, private organisation that works to build a better society through education and development. FPD was established by the South African Medical Association.

Clinical and Harm Reduction Specialist

Employer: 
TB/HIV Care Association
Closing Date: 
16 February 2014

The TB/HIV Care Association is a non-profit organisation that aims to empower communities by facilitating and providing treatment support, preventative, diagnosis, and rehabilitative services for TB and HIV clients.

Provincial Epidemiologist

Employer: 
Health Systems Trust
Closing Date: 
9 February 2014

Health Systems Trust is a dynamic, not-for-profit organisation that supports the development of an equitable and comprehensive health system for the provision of quality health care in South and southern Africa.

NIMART Mentors

Employer: 
Health Systems Trust
Closing Date: 
9 February 2014

Health Systems Trust is a dynamic, not-for-profit organisation that supports the development of an equitable and comprehensive health system for the provision of quality health care in South and southern Africa.

Health Systems Trust (HST) wishes to appoint NIMART Mentors to implement interventions at sub-district, facility and community level in support of the South African Sustainable Response to HIV and AIDS (SA SURE) project. SA SURE aims to strengthen local capacity in the districts served by the project to provide sustainable HIV- and TB-related care and treatment. The number of posts available for each district is listed below. This is a contract position linked to the duration of the project.

Facility Mentors

Employer: 
Health Systems Trust
Closing Date: 
9 February 2014

Health Systems Trust is a dynamic, not-for-profit organisation that supports the development of an equitable and comprehensive health system for the provision of quality health care in South and southern Africa.

District Leadership Mentors

Employer: 
Health Systems Trust
Closing Date: 
9 February 2014

Health Systems Trust is a dynamic, not-for-profit organisation that supports the development of an equitable and comprehensive health system for the provision of quality health care in South and southern Africa.

Clinical Mentors

Employer: 
Health Systems Trust
Closing Date: 
9 February 2014

Health Systems Trust (HST) wishes to appoint Clinical Mentors to strengthen the clinical services in each district supported by the South African Sustainable Response to HIV and AIDS (SA SURE) project. SA SURE aims to strengthen local capacity to provide sustainable HIV and TB-related care and treatment services. The number of posts available for each district is listed below. This is a contract position linked to the duration of the project.

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