recruitment

Clinton Health Access Initiative: Senior Programme Manager

The Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI – formerly the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative) under the leadership of former President William Jefferson Clinton III has worked since 2002 to reduce the pricing of HIV/AIDS medicines and tests, and to work with governments around the world to further turn the tide on the disease by building the systems needed to deliver care and treatment.

The Importance of Paying Market-Related Remuneration Levels in the NPO Sector

Averile Ryder Reward Specialists have processed salary, benefits and conditions of employment surveys and in addition has consulted to numerous public sector and profit organisations in human resources and reward across Pan Africa for over 18 years and has repeatedly witnessed that those organisations who have transparent, fair and defensible remuneration or reward strategies attract and retain the best available talent.  This always results in more effective, sustainable, economically and socially responsible and if relevant profitable organisations.

Africa Health Placements: Workforce Planning Officer

Africa Health Placements (AHP)is a dynamic South African social profit organisation working to address extreme inequities in access to healthcare on the continent. This is achieved through health workforce planning, recruitment, workforce support and human resources in health consulting services. AHP is headed up by CEO Saul Kornik, a 2013 Yale World Fellow. It is a vibrant team of 46 passionate professionals, approximately 30 of whom work from the head office in Johannesburg.

Africa Health Placements: Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

Africa Health Placements (AHP) is a social profit organisation that provides public sector health worker recruitment and retention.

With 20% of the world’s population, Africa languishes with only 2% of the world’s physicians. Shortages are further exacerbated by inequities within the healthcare sectors. The public sector in South Africa, for example, serves 80% of the population, but employs only 20% of the health workers. Within the public sector, rural areas are suffering even more dramatically than their urban counterparts.

Africa Health Placements: Family Physicians

Africa Health Placements (AHP) is a social profit organisation that provides public sector health worker recruitment and retention.

With 20% of the world’s population, Africa languishes with only 2% of the world’s physicians. Shortages are further exacerbated by inequities within the healthcare sectors. The public sector in South Africa, for example, serves 80% of the population, but employs only 20% of the health workers. Within the public sector, rural areas are suffering even more dramatically than their urban counterparts.

Africa Health Placements: Anaesthetists

Africa Health Placements (AHP) is a social profit organisation that provides public sector health worker recruitment and retention.

With 20% of the world’s population, Africa languishes with only 2% of the world’s physicians. Shortages are further exacerbated by inequities within the healthcare sectors. The public sector in South Africa, for example, serves 80% of the population, but employs only 20% of the health workers. Within the public sector, rural areas are suffering even more dramatically than their urban counterparts.

Africa Health Placements: Senior Marketing and Communications Officer

Africa Health Placements (AHP) is a social profit organisation that provides public sector health worker recruitment and retention.

With 20% of the world’s population, Africa languishes with only 2% of the world’s physicians. Shortages are further exacerbated by inequities within the healthcare sectors. The public sector in South Africa, for example, serves 80% of the population, but employs only 20% of the health workers. Within the public sector, rural areas are suffering even more dramatically than their urban counterparts.

Recruitment: The Long-Term Relationship or the One-Night Stand?

Every job has its highs and lows; joys and sorrows even for human resource (HR) professionals. As an HR generalist, I experiment in all areas of HR and must confess, I find it hard to get excited about writing up a job description or developing a policy about replacing the paper in the printer. But the sweet aint so sweet without the bitter and the sweet for me lies in recruitment.

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