About THC (TB HIV Care)
TB HIV Care (THC), established back in 1929, boasts a rich history as a globally acknowledged non-profit organization. Our mission revolves around delivering essential healthcare services across South Africa, catering to diverse segments of the population. This includes not only the general public but also communities facing elevated risks of HIV and TB, such as adolescent girls and young women, sex workers, and individuals who use drugs.
At THC, we foster an invigorating and dynamic work atmosphere, offering you a chance to collaborate with trailblazers in the field of HIV and TB prevention and care. Our organizational culture is finely tuned to align with the ever-evolving healthcare landscape in South Africa. It’s an environment that suits individuals driven by innovative solutions and a passion for teamwork. Furthermore, it presents exciting opportunities for career advancement, all while making a meaningful impact by bridging the gap between people and essential healthcare services.
About the THC (TB HIV Care) Data Capturer Learnership 2023
THC (TB HIV Care) is seeking for candidates who are keen on joining the company’s learnership programme delving into new knowledge of the Data Capturer field. The THC (TB HIV Care) Data Capturer Learnership involves the responsibility of capturing clinical data related to services provided to clients across various channels, including facilities, mobile units, and outreach teams. Your role also encompasses the task of maintaining an electronic database to store the submitted data securely. In addition, you will play a crucial role in ensuring the accuracy, completeness, and consistency of the data, which involves verifying the information by collaborating with relevant staff members.
- Organize, retrieve, and file client folders in advance.
- Engage in the process of recording data.
- Ensure the quality of the data.
- Establish connections for client care.
- Participate in workshops, meetings, and necessary training sessions.
- Verify data accuracy and generate reports.
- Undertake any additional responsibilities assigned by the Data Monitor.
For application purposes, please kindly take note of the THC (TB HIV Care) Data Capturer Learnership 2023’s Reference Number: TBH230922-2.
If you’re confident about enrolling in the THC (TB HIV Care) Data Capturer Learnership, please proceed with your registration. However, if you’re unsure about your suitability for the program, don’t fret. Simply review the listed requirements below and compare your qualifications with the standards set by the selection committee. To increase your chances of being accepted, ensure that you meet all the specified criteria. While falling short of these criteria may not lead to an automatic disqualification, it could diminish your likelihood of being accepted.
The THC (TB HIV Care) Data Capturer Learnership Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
1. Basic Qualifications
- Obtain a Grade 12 (level 4 qualification).
- Acquire a national certificate and/or training in the HIV AIDS and STI program.
- Develop basic computer literacy skills.
- Become a beneficiary of DREAMS.
- Cultivate a background or interest in HIV and public health.
- Demonstrate proficiency in English and isiXhosa (advantageous).
- Ensure you have a clear criminal record.
- Reside in proximity to the identified health facility.
- Ensure that your age falls between 18 and 24 years.
2. Personal Attributes
- Hone excellent communication skills.
- Pay meticulous attention to detail.
- Stay self-motivated.
- Develop computer literacy and IT skills.
- Enhance your problem-solving abilities.
- Master stakeholder management.
- Cultivate excellent organizational and administration skills.
- Learn how to effectively handle reporting and statistics.
Apply online: THC (TB HIV Care) Data Capturer Learnership 2023.
Using Google Chrome as your preferred web browser is recommended for accessing the website mentioned above.
Candidates must register on the application platform before submitting their applications, as this account is essential for the registration process.
Ensuring the security of your account details is crucial to maintaining the safety of your account. Never share your account information, particularly your password, with anyone else.
As an alternative, you can choose to register through Google, Facebook, or LinkedIn, which will save you a significant amount of time compared to creating a new account from scratch.
Your application will be reviewed by the entire screening committee, which includes your participation. Any information you provide will be treated as strictly confidential. Therefore, it’s important to conduct a thorough check to ensure the accuracy of the information provided. Providing false information may lead to potentially adverse consequences.
The information you provide will be used by the selection committee for event registration purposes. By submitting your application, you authorize the committee to use your personal information for this specific purpose.
Candidates are required to submit their applications exclusively through the previously mentioned website. Attempts to submit documents using other methods, such as in-person delivery or fax, will be declined by the application committee.
Applications for the THC (TB HIV Care) Data Capturer Learnership must be submitted before the closing dates on 28 September 2023.
You can enhance the security of your application by promptly registering when it is possible to do so. Nevertheless, this registration process doesn’t assure immediate success; its purpose is to provide you with a solid footing during the recruitment phase.
Incomplete applications will not be entertained by the selection committee, and candidates who submit their applications past the deadline will not be included in the evaluation. Any submissions received after the deadline will be disregarded without further consideration.
TB HIV Care (THC) reserves the right to either extend employment offers or decline them at its discretion, without any obligation. The decisions made by the selection committee are conclusive and binding on all participants involved in the process.