TB HIV Care Careers and Employment
We were not able to detect your location. You can browse through all 3 jobs TB HIV Care has to offer
Nurse Clinian (Nimart)
R30 000 a month
Easily apply to this job
3 days agoView job
Otl in OR Tambo, Eastern Cape
on 10 June 2020
I really enjoy working for tbhiv care and you really grow there there are a lot of opportunities just have to work hard
I have grown started as a linkage officer, went to many trainings and became a case manager for Hiv cases, work in one of the clinic that was rewarded by CDC in 2018 for reaching targets. And now I'm working as an OtL, but currently focusing on the covid 19 pandemic doing door to door screening. I have made a family with my team we have a great working relationship.
hast councellor driver in pmb
on 18 January 2021
fun and constructive
Working there was fun and constructive.i really learnt alot from working there at tbhiv care given the chance i will work there again.that is why i keep applying there too.
Linkage Officer in Engcobo, Eastern Cape
on 28 July 2020
As a young Carrer woman i love working for Tb Hiv Care and i have gained a lot of experience.
I would be very grateful if i continue working for Tb Hiv Care. Because its one of the companies that cares about employees and community as I'm the community worker as much as it is not easy to work with different people they have different characters but i managed to be with Tb care for four years now.
driver code 10 in Witbank, Mpumalanga
on 10 June 2020
Start up point for someone who is looking for a job. Learning curve for new recruits.
Lack of professionalism. No appreciation. No empowerment. No personal views. Always on your back towards work related issues and your opinion is not valid.
none - not willing to disclose in South Africa
on 2 April 2020
Dont work for them
No structure, no empathy towards clients, never acknowledge clients progress and are rude and unkind to the most vulnerable people in society. No collaborative work, no confidentiality, bullying, speaking about clients in a personal way not clinical. Often clients find it difficult to make changes as there is no consistency, structure or knowledge of harm reduction from workers. There are people who are in their jobs however do not at all meet the criteria of the job role which then is a massive unethical practice - no skills however counselling traumatised clients. No knowledge of evidenced based treatment modalities. The workplace is unprofessional, a shambles, lazy workers and I would definitely not recommend anyone with compassion or empathy to work there as you will never be affirmed or acknowledge.
What would you say about your employer?
Help fellow job seekers by sharing your unique experience.
Insights from 43 Indeed users who have interviewed with TB HIV Care within the last 5 years.
Interview is average
Process takes about a week