TB and HIV Investigative Network (THINK) New Recruitment in S.Africa July 2018


Job opportunities : TB and HIV Investigative Network (THINK) career Employment


Vacant post : TB and HIV Investigative Network (THINK) work Opportunity 2018


TB and HIV Investigative Network (THINK) is a nonprofit organisation that engages with the local community, government consortia, international researchers and the pharmaceutical industry to develop vaccines, new diagnostic tools and treatment regimens to improve the health of those affected with TB, HIV and other ailments. THINK conducts internationally acclaimed clinical research focusing on TB and HIV to improve the quality of life of the people in South Africa and around the world.

Job Title: District Adherence Coordinator
Job Location: eThekwini, Durban


  • Technical Assistance and Support
  • Provide technical assistance to the Adherence Club Facilitator
  • Assure education for patients focusing on adherence club data and tracking
  • Liaise and support Provincial
  • Manage, THINK and other members/ partners with the establishment of adherence clubs
  • Provide technical assistance to districts/CBOs to find suitable and sustainable venues for community adherence clubs
  • Access to medications at community adherence club
  • Provide technical assistance to districts to facilitate distribution of pre-packed medications to community adherence clubs
  • Support Adherence Club Facilitators in planning and organising the distribution of pre-packed medications to patients attending adherence clubs
  • Assist THINK in the follow up for viral load testing and mobilisation of CBOs and WBOTs to track lost to follow up patients

Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting:

  • Monthly reporting on all established clubs in line with identified data requirements
  • Review adherence club register tally sheet
  • Adherence Club Development
  • Participate in quality improvement and assurance initiatives for THINK
  • Implement client engagement opportunities and assessment of access needs of quality improvement


  • Relevant tertiary qualification in Health or Social Services, Community Development
  • Minimum of three years’ experience working in Public Health in the field of HIV/AIDS
  • Bilingual in two languages
  • Innovative Thinking
  • Communication Skills
  • Compassion
  • Conflict Handling
  • Flexibility
  • Building Collaborative Partnerships
  • Resilience
  • Customer Centric Focus
  • Technical/ Professional Knowledge

To apply, submit s.nzimande@thinksa.org.za  for inquiries contact Project Director Mr S Nzimande

Application Deadline: 31st July, 2018