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TB HIV Care – Capricorn, Limpopo
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: The role of the data capturer is to correctly capture HIV and TB data into the monitoring system(s) as per the DCS programme requirements, and ensure timeous data submission of data as per the principles of the THC M&E framework, and the M&E policies and procedures for the DCS and DoH. This is a regional position and will involve travel to various supported correctional centres within the region.
• Matric • 3 years’ experience in capturing HIV, TB and STI programme data • TIER.Net and information management background. • Clear criminal record
Duties and Responsibilities
• Maintains excellent records of DCS data, electronically on TIER.net • Maintains excellent communication with HAST Linkage Officers and reports all screenings conducted • Ensures that all TB/HIV information (cascades) are collated and verified from the clinical records and captured on TIER.net • Ensures that all HIV consent forms are validated according to data validation SOP and protocol • Liaises with HAST Linkage Officers, PN/ EN or data monitor to rectify validation errors and data discrepancies • Validates and conducts quality control checks on daily, weekly and monthly data sets
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