TB HIV Care (THC) Is Hiring: Driver – South Africa

Job Advert Summary

TB HIV Care (THC), in existence since 1929, is an internationally recognised non-profit organisation. We provide health care services throughout South Africa to both the general population and communities at increased risk for HIV and TB, including adolescent girls and young women, sex workers and people who use drugs. THC provides a stimulating work environment and the opportunity to work with leaders in the field of HIV and TB prevention and care. Our work culture is adapted to the constantly evolving South African health care environment and will suit solution-driven team players interested in opportunities for career development while working to connect people with care.

Purpose of the position:

Responsible for the efficient deployment of the outreach team, ensuring the safety, cleanliness and maintenance of the programme vehicle.

Minimum Requirements

Grade 12

At least 1-year experience working in any Key Populations programme

2 years driving experience

Valid code 10 driver’s license and PDP

Fluent in English, Afrikaans and isiXhosa

Clear Criminal record

Duties and Responsibilities

Shuttle the team for outreach on a day to day basis. 

As best as possible, ensure the safety of the outreach team whilst on site

Ensure that the vehicle is in good running order. If noticing any concerns regarding the vehicle, highlight the programme manager immediately

Conducts daily vehicle inspections and reports defects to PNC

Maintain and update accurate log sheets and required reporting for all trips completed

Reconcile petrol usage and submit reports to Finance as required

Comply with all organisational fleet and driving policies and procedures

Abide by traffic laws at all times

Skills and Competencies

Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals

Ability to write routine reports and correspondence

Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organisation


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