HSRC Field Supervisors Job Vacancies – Closing Date of Recruitment 08 November 2022

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HSRC Field Supervisors Job Vacancies Recruitment 2022 Closing Date of Recruitment 08 November 2022

HSRC is hiring for Field Supervisors Jobs in uMkhanyakude location at present. Job seekers who have desired qualifications can take one step as soon as applying. Human Sciences Research Council is a lovely company where you can work. Currently, HSRC Vacancies 2022 is available for South African job seekers.

The HSRC recruitment details for Current Vacancies are provided in the below section. Candidates should download first the official notification pdf file and read all the HSRC Jobs Vacancies details given in the pdf file and then apply for current vacancies in uMkhanyakude.

Employer HSRC
Recruitment Name HSRC Field Supervisors Recruitment 2022
Profile Name Field Supervisors
Salary ZAR 270000.00 Per Year
Location of Job Jobs in uMkhanyakude
Job Type South Africa Government Jobs 2022
Last Date to Apply 08 November 2022

HSRC Recruitment 2022 Field Supervisors Post Job Description

People who are interesting to apply for this HSRC Vacancies should be read below full job description before using:-

One focus area of the HSC research programme is research on the social determinants of HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infections, and tuberculosis. The work strives to address these health problems at their source, namely, at both the social and population levels. It also includes social aspects of delivery models for biomedical interventions to optimise the delivery of interventions.


The HSC research programme is currently implementing the South African National HIV prevalence, Incidence, Behaviour, and Communication Survey (also known as SABSSM VI). The programme had previously advertised field Supervisor positions nationwide and is currently targeting individuals from the uMkhanyakude and Harry Gwala  Districts due due to the operational needs for the successful implementation of the survey.


Minimum Requirements Requirements:


  • The applicant should be in possession of at least a postgraduate qualification;
  • Has worked in a managerial, coordinating or supervising position of any of his/her previous employment (this should be reflected in the CV of the person who applies to be a Supervisor);
  • Ability to read a map;
  • Above-average ability to read, write and speak is essential in English and other South African languages spoken in the specified locations above;
  • Familiarity with the use of electronic tablets, laptops and utilization of the Microsoft Suite;
  • Prior experience working in the communities and engaging with stakeholder will be advantageous;
  • Willingness to work and lead a team;
  • Willingness to travel long distances, within and outside of one’s province when required;
  • Willingness to visit selected households during weekends and after hours;
  • Has a valid driver’s license; can drive i.e. has driven a car in the last 3 months (trainees will be tested during training);
  • Proven ability to exercise discretion in dealing with confidential or sensitive matters;
  • Available for a period of up to 5 months but this will be determined by the availability of maps per province. This is a project-based position for 5 months and not permanent.

APPLICATIONS: In your application, please include:

  • An updated CV;
  • Certified copies of your qualifications (including Grade 12 certificate) not older than six months;
  • Certified copies of your academic transcripts (including Grade 12 results) not older than six months;
  • A signed affidavit made at the South African Police Services (SAPS) including your full names, ID number, and list of qualifications, and stating under oath that you have achieved the qualifications for which you will be providing certified copies;
  • A South African Revenue Service (SARS) tax number or proof of application for a SARS tax number;
  • A certified copy of your ID document.
Duties & Responsibilities Key responsibilities:


  • Locating the Small Area Layers (SALs), using maps and GPS coordinates;
  • Approaching gatekeepers to gain entry into the SAL;
  • Distribution of adequate and correct data collection instruments;
  • Conducting of quality control and overseeing work completed by data collectors;
  • Provide transportation for the field staff to selected households and supervise data collectors on-site;
  • Participate in debriefing session at HSRC during or at the end of the project;
  • Manage field expenses and follow HSRC rules and regulations in this regard;
  • Management of own and team’s assets provided by the HSRC and ensure that timely reporting on loss and theft is done;
  • Ensure that team assets are returned to the HSRC upon project completion.



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