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Hrsc Data Collectors, Supervisors, Dbs Collectors, Packers In Northen Cape Areas

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HRSC Data Collectors, Supervisors, DBS Collectors, Packers
Location:
Northern Cape (Northen Cape Areas)
Qualification:
Grade 12/Matric
Experience:
No work experience wanted as job-training is provided. To apply register and login read more below...

The HIV, AIDS, STIs and TB (HAST) programme within the HSRC employs a multi-disciplinary group of social scientists and public health specialists who conduct numerous empirical and policy-related studies each year, three-quarters of which are donor-funded.  

HAST is based in Pretoria, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Durban and Sweetwaters.

The following positions have become available and we wish to fill them from within the HSRC as soon as possible.  The duration of the contract is 3 Months.

Data collector (x82)


To be located in Eastern Cape (22), Gauteng (19), Kwa-Zulu Natal (28), Mpumalanga (11), Northern Cape (3)

Key responsibilities:
•    Ensure that one attends training sessions in full;
•    Ensure full understanding of the HSRC and project processes;
•    Working within a team, ensure that all data collection tools are in place before setting off to the field;
•    Collect data in accordance to protocol using tablets;
•    Apply consent form before collecting data but after giving potential participant information about the project;
•    Hand over to the supervisor all items and data at required intervals;
•    Report directly to the supervisor and only escalate matters to the Project Manager if this fails;
•    Ensure quality work by following processes, procedures and steps outlined in the Manual and on which one had been trained.
•    Record expenses, claims and any other that will need to be paid out by HSRC for future reference.

Requirements:
•    The applicant should be in possession of at least Grade 12
•    Above average ability to read, write and understand English
•    Competence is speaking at least one other South African language
•    Available from Monday to Friday during working hours over a period of 3 – 4 months;
•    Willingness to travel long distances, within and outside of one’s province
•    Willingness to work in a team
•    Be committed and apply self-discipline to completing one’s task as required
•    Those who have worked in research (HSRC or elsewhere) are encouraged to apply

Supervisors (x40)

To be located in Eastern Cape (11), Gauteng (9), Kwa-Zulu Natal (14), Mpumalanga (5), Northern Cape (1)

Key responsibilities:
•    Ensure that one attends training sessions in full;
•    Ensure full understanding of the HSRC and project processes;
•    Effectively lead a team;
•    Ensure that data collectors (non-nurses and nurses) actually collects data from warm bodies using tablets and DBS kits;
•    Ensure that data collectors secure informed consent from participants;
•    Download data collected by each data collector and submitting it to HSRC management as required;
•    Report directly to the Provincial Coordinator;
•    Ensure quality work by following processes, procedures and steps outlined in the Manual and on which one had been trained.
•    Conduct ad-hoc quality checks;
•    Record expenses, claims and any other that will need to be paid out by HSRC for future reference;
•    Represent team members at the HSRC;
•    Prepare and submit reports;
•    Hold weekly team meetings;
•    Drive hired car (may be assisted by other team members who may be registered as co-drivers);
•    Spot check collected DBS quality in terms of the number of blood spots and fullness of circles.

Requirements:
•    Has worked in a managerial, coordinating or supervising position of any of his/her previous employment (this should be reflected in the CV of the person who applies to be a Supervisor)
•    Has a valid driver’s license; can actually drive i.e. has driven a car in the last 3 months (trainees will be tested during training) 
•    Ability to pay attention to detail
•    Able to compile reports (both numerical and narrative)
•    Has problem-solving skills
•    Able to lead a team to effective performance
•    The applicant should be in possession of at least Grade 12
•    Above average ability to read, write and understand English
•    Competence is speaking at least one other South African language
•    Available from Monday to Friday during working hours over a period of 3 – 4 months;
•    Willingness to travel long distances, within and outside of one’s province
•    Willingness to work in a team
•    Be committed and apply self-discipline to completing one’s task as required
•    Those who have worked in research (HSRC or elsewhere) are encouraged to apply

DBS/Whole Blood collector (x40)

To be located in Eastern Cape (11), Gauteng (9), Kwa-Zulu Natal (14), Mpumalanga (5), Northern Cape (1)

Key responsibilities:
1.    Collect DBS by using kits provided by the HSRC;
2.    Ensure quality of DBS;
3.    Ensure that all components of the kits are complete before approaching the participant;
4.    Dress appropriately – professionally as nurse;
5.    Collect DBS only after questionnaire data has been completed;
6.    Ensure confidentiality of participant information.

Requirements:
•    A professional/Auxiliary nurse
•    Available 5 days a week over a period of 3 – 4 months
•    Efficiency in drawing blood
•    Ability to follow Standard Operating Procedures on which he/she has been trained on
•    Preference will be given to nurses who have worked in research (HSRC or elsewhere) in a similar position.

Packer (x2)

Based in Pretoria

Key responsibilities:
•    Ensure that supervisor and Provincial Coordinator contact details are updated and circulated among researchers;
•    Contact courier on behalf of supervisors where necessary;
•    Record material and kits sent out to each team;
•    Receive and reconcile receipts from fieldworkers and Provincial Coordinators before forwarding to administrators;
•    Provide administrative support to HSRC administrators;
•    Report to Project Manager and Study Directors.

Requirements:
•    The applicant should be in possession of at least Grade 12
•    Above average ability to read, write and understand English
•    Available from Monday to Friday during working hours over a period of 3 – 4 months
•    Willingness to work in the office and after hours
•    Able to respond to fieldworkers’ requests for specimen and other data collection packs at short notice.
•    Those who have worked in research (HSRC or elsewhere) are encouraged to apply
•    Possession of office skills will be an advantage


Closing date: 19 November 2014.  We encourage applicants to submit prior to this date. Applicants who have not been contacted within two weeks should assume that their applications have been unsuccessful.


APPLICATIONS FROM RECRUITMENT AGENCIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE Nov 19, 2014!!

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