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CHOC: Gauteng South Regional Manager

The Childhood Cancer (CHOC) Foundation South Africa is a nonprofit organisation that provides support for children suffering from cancer and life-threatening blood disorders as well as their families.

CHOC seeks to appoint a Gauteng South Regional Manager, based in Johannesburg.

The overall purpose of the post is to raise awareness of childhood cancer, promote and market CHOC and its programmes, and to manage the region. This region covers Johannesburg and Soweto.

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CHOC: Northern Region Manager

The Childhood Cancer (CHOC) Foundation South Africa is a nonprofit organisation that provides support for children suffering from cancer and life-threatening blood disorders as well as their families.

CHOC seeks to appoint a Northern Region Manager, based in based in Pretoria (The Northern Region extends from Pretoria to Mpumalanga and the Limpopo provinces).

The overall purpose of the post is to raise awareness of childhood cancer, promote and market CHOC and its programmes, and to manage the region.

Responsibilities:

Fundraising and donor relationships:

CHOC: Donor Development Manager

The Childhood Cancer (CHOC) Foundation South Africa is a nonprofit organisation that provides support for children suffering from cancer and life-threatening blood disorders as well as their families.

CHOC seeks to appoint a Donor Development Manager for its Business Development Unit (BDU), which is the fundraising and communications department, based in Randburg, Johannesburg.

Area of responsibility: South Africa

This is a full time/permanent position.

CHOC: Divisional Manager - Pretoria

The Childhood Cancer (CHOC) Foundation South Africa is a nonprofit organisation that provides support for children suffering from cancer and life-threatening blood disorders as well as their families.

CHOC seeks to appoint a Divisional Manager, based in the Pretoria Division.

The position is on a permanent base to be filled as soon as possible.
 
The overall purpose of the post is to promote, market and manage the Division and effectively and efficiently implement and manage CHOC’s activities in the Pretoria region.

CHOC: Divisional Manager - Free State

The Childhood Cancer (CHOC) Foundation South Africa is a nonprofit organisation that provides support for children suffering from cancer and life-threatening blood disorders as well as their families.

CHOC seeks to appoint a Divisional Manager, based in the Free State Division, Bloemfontein Office.

The position is on a permanent base.
 
The overall purpose of the post is to promote, market and manage the Division and effectively and efficiently implement and manage CHOC’s activities in the Free State region.

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CHOC: House Manager

The Childhood Cancer (CHOC) Foundation South Africa is a nonprofit organisation that provides support for children suffering from cancer and life-threatening blood disorders as well as their families.

CHOC seeks to appoint a House Manager, based in Pietermaritzburg.

Starting date: July 2014

The overall purpose of the post is to manage the support given to patients and their parents / caregivers at the CHOC House, manage the House and its facilities and liase with hospital staff. Please note that this is a live-in position.

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CHOC: Events, Fundraising, Relationship Coordinator

The Childhood Cancer (CHOC) Foundation South Africa is a nonprofit organisation that provides support for children suffering from cancer and life-threatening blood disorders as well as their families.

CHOC seeks to appoint an Events, Fundraising, Relationship Coordinator, based in Pretoria.

The Coordinator will increase income generation through events and other fundraising activities, initiatives and projects and to create a greater awareness of CHOC's work.

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