Regional Manager (Higher Health) – Action Appointments

Regional Manager
The Regional Manager is responsible for leadership and overall management of HIV/STIs/ TB, health and wellness and social change among young people and students related programmes at a regional level. This senior manager will be responsible for managing staff and offices in assigned regions as well as all stakeholder and strategic partnerships management. The Regional Manager also ensures that funding, grants and donor reporting at regional level is well managed.

Key responsibilities for this exciting and challenging senior position include:
Compiling Regional Programme Reports all Higher Education and Training Health Wellness & Development Centre programmes
Compiling regional reports for donors, Management Committee, Board, partners and other stakeholders (Provincial Government Technical Task Team, Provincial Stakeholders, National Forums)
Programmatic Management of all grants provided by Higher Education and Training Health Wellness & Development Centre
Mentorship and Performance Management of M & E Officers
Overseeing of Performance Appraisals of the Campus Coordinators & Peer Mentors
Managing of Higher Education and Training Health Wellness & Development Centre Monitoring & Evaluation System
Developing & Managing of Strategic Partnerships & Stakeholder Engagements
Managing & Overseeing of the Regional & Institutional Offices
Communication, Advocacy and Lobbying
Proven work experience in managing medium to large teams
Ad hoc Support to the CEO/Director of Programmes

The Regional Manager must possess and be able to demonstrate:
A post-graduate degree in public health or related disciplines, preferably in Social Sciences
A diploma in Business Administration or an MBA will be an advantage
At least 5 years project and programme management experience and advanced management skills
Proven knowledge of HIV, health and wellness among young people in South Africa
Sound knowledge of the South African Higher Education sector and relevant sector-related policy frameworks
Advanced skills in grants management, budget preparation and budget monitoring
Experience in donor reporting, with experience with USAID and PEPFAR reporting highly desirable
Proven M & E experience, particularly in Sexual Reproductive Health programmes
Excellent skills in communication, report writing and engagement with stakeholders
High level of emotional intelligence with the ability to motivate, encourage and lead a team effectively
Strong organizational skills that reflect the ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks seamlessly with excellent attention to detail and adherence to deadlines
Strong leadership skills
Experience in working in the Western Cape, particularly Cape Town and surrounds, is essential
Driver’s license essential

View the full job description and application instructions on the Vacancies page at and email your application by Friday, 31st July 2020 to