Position Title: Orphans and Child Welfare Officer
Organisation: Islamic Relief South Africa
Location: Cape Town, South Africa
Reports to: National Coordinator – Orphans and Child Welfare
1. To lead on the development, implementation and regular review of the department’s strategy, work plans, and systems ensuring that:
2. To ensure that the department’s activities are:
3. To ensure staff performance, development and satisfaction in the department by:
National Coordinator – Orphans and Child Welfare
Chief Executive Officer
Partners (IRSA office) and Stakeholders
IRSA Project Manager/Regional Programmes Coordinator
Physical Demands/Working Conditions
Educational Qualifications, Skills and Knowledge
QUALIFICATION, EXPERIENCE & SKILLS
Our actions in tackling poverty are marked by excellence in our
operations and conduct which are deserving of the people we serve.
In responding to poverty and suffering our efforts are driven by
sincerity to God and the need to fulfil our obligations to humanity
Our work is founded on enabling people and institutions to fulfil the rights of the poor and vulnerable. We work to empower the dispossessed towards realising their God-given human potential and developing their capabilities and resources.
We believe the protection and well-being of every life is of
paramount importance and we shall join with other humanitarian actors to act as one
in responding to suffering brought on by disasters, poverty and injustice.
We uphold our duty of custodianship over the earth, its resources and the trust people place in us as humanitarian and development practitioners to be transparent and accountable.
Closing date: COB 28TH APRIL 2021
Dearest applicant, kindly consider the following:
If the requirements of the application as above, is not met, we will consider the application as incomplete and this will therefore not be accepted.
Please note that if you do not hear from us by 7th May 2021, consider your application unsuccessful.
Over and above operational requirements Islamic Relief South Africa will take into account the country’s and organisational employment equity imperatives.