Society for Women and AIDS in Africa Lesotho (SWAALES) is a non-government organization implementing Karabo ea Bophelo OVC Project in the 25 Community Councils of Maseru, Qacha`s Nek, Butha-Buthe, Thaba Tseka and Mohale’s Hoek Districts. SWAALES is seeking enthusiastic, energetic and motivated Social Worker to undertake the duties outlined below;.



Duties and Responsibilities

Educational Qualifications, Work Experience and Key Competencies

Social Worker x 1


Based in Thaba Tseka district

Position Overview:

The Social Worker will be responsible for supervision of Case Management Workers who are based at the community councils of Thaba Tseka district.


·         Bachelor’s degree in Social Work.



Responsibilities include, but not limited to the following:

·         Conduct community mobilization.

·         Identify and register vulnerable households as per tool; at a minimum of 3-5 households per day.

·         Assess vulnerable households.

·         Develop care plans.

·         Undertake regular health talks and awareness.

·         Campaigns on HIV and VAC issues.

·         Conduct awareness sessions and campaigns.

·         Referral of beneficiaries to services.

·         Ongoing monitoring of households.

·         Facilitate Parenting sessions.

·         Complete monitoring tools while conducting home visits and session.

·         Document challenging questions from the community for program support.

·         Provide a report every two week on activities conducted and improvements on


·         Ability to work independently with minimum supervision

·         Conduct beneficiaries’ case closure.

·         Perform any other duties as may be required.



·         Ability and experience in delivering training to participants.

·         Excellent interpersonal, facilitation, communication skills, flexible and a team working skills preferred.

·         Able to cope with traumatic situations.

·         Demonstrated leadership and social service commitment.

·         Strong problem solving and analytical capabilities.

·         At least 3 years practical experience in NGO or USAID funded projects is an added advantage.


Interested candidates should submit application letter, detailed CVs, certified copies of certificates and transcripts, certified identity document, two reference letters. All applications must be emailed to: on or before 17:00 Thursday August 17th, 2023.

Applications will be accepted through the email provided only. No hard copies will be accepted. Late applications will not be considered. Failure to comply with the above directions will result in the application being disqualified.

For more details contact 22325322. Applicants not contacted in 2 weeks from the closing date can assume that their application has not been successful. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.