Assistant Cook

Closing date: 20/01/2023 Assistant Cook: Soweto Family Care Programme The purpose of the job The official is responsible for assisting the Senior Cook with preparing meals for beneficiaries, stock control and purchasing, cleaning kitchen and supervision of volunteers and trainees. Responsibilities Assists with purchasing of necessary food stock in consultation with the Senior Cook. ...

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Relief Childcare Worker

Closing date: 31/01/2023 Relief Childcare Worker: Maria Kloppers Campus The purpose of the job Incumbent is a member of the multidisciplinary team, who reports to the Campus Manager. The Relief Childcare worker will assist with the developmental, coaching and educational needs of the youth. The incumbent stands as the role model for the child ...

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Houseparents: Satellite Houses

Closing date: 31/01/2023 Houseparents A married couple(s) to work as live-in house parents at our Benoni, Bermuda and Aasvoëlkop satellite homes. Requirements: Senior Certificate (Grade 12), valid driver’s licence and must be able to qualify for a PDP Licence. Enquiries: Contact Ms. Ntuntu Riba - Manager Human Resources. Send CV together with the Abraham ...

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Nuusbrief 79 | Afrikaans | 2022

Anina se storie Anina se ma is oorlede toe sy net drie jaar oud was. Sy en haar twee sussies en ‘n niggie woon saam met haar pa in Slovo Park, net buite Westbury. Die informele woongebied is een van die haglikste in Groter Johannesburg. VIEW NEWSLETTER

Newsletter 78 | English | 2019 | Christmas

I am awesome “Is my mom ok?” was the only thing that Samantha (7 years) kept asking her housemother when she was committed into our care at the Maria Kloppers Campus at the beginning of this year. VIEW NEWSLETTER

Nuusbrief 77 | Afrikaans | 2019

Sy is tuis! Joy (4 jaar), het met uitgestrekte armpies na haar nuwe ouers gehardloop en geroep, “Mamma!” “Pappa!”- voordat die kinderversorgers haar aan haar nuwe ouers kon voorstel VIEW NEWSLETTER

Newsletter 77 | English | 2019

She is home Before the childcare workers could introduce Joy (4 years) to her new parents, she ran with her arms opened wide shouting, “Mommy, Daddy!” Joy was so excited that she didn’t even notice everyone around her wiping the tears away during that special moment with her new parents. VIEW NEWSLETTER ...

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