Working at Department of Social Development

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Department of Social Development Reviews

What is it like working at Department of Social Development?

It gives one a platform to work with the masses people.
Social Worker in Standerton:
Pros: It provides a friendly working atmosphere.
Cons: The workload can be overwhelming.
It is difficult because we dont have the resources to implement our planned programs.
Community Outreach Coordinator in Polokwane:
Pros: We connect with different stakeholders and learn a lot.
Cons: lack of transparency
Stimulating work.
Administrative Officer in Cape Town:
Pros: The projects we are engaged in provides continuous learning opportunities
Cons: I do not think the intensity of my workload is the same compared to other admin officers.
Strongly not appreciated and judging fairly.
Child and Youth Worker in Durban:
Pros: Helping needy children's and give the ophen a smille on their faces
Cons: When it came to payements
A good position to hold, if you are valued for your inputs and outputs.
Social Work Supervisor in Grahamstown:
Pros: Developing the people I'm supervising
Cons: Red tape and little room for initiatives
Its a challenging environment that requires dedication and courage.
Director of Operations in Durban:
Pros: Providing care and support to vulnerable groups and individuals.
Cons: Facing victims of Gender-based violence and abuse
Too much work load,
Social Worker in Johannesburg:
Pros: I love my job because I always wanted to became a social to help the community to meet socio-economic needs, to help them in order for them to help themselves.