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  • GOVERNMENT PENSIONS ADMINISTRATION AGENCY (GPAA)
  • INDEPENDENT COMPLAINTS DIRECTORATE
  • THE PRESIDENCY
  • NATIONAL DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM

The Independent Complaints Directorate is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. It is our intention
to promote representativity in terms of race, gender and disability within the Department through the filling of
posts. Candidates, whose appointment/promotion/transfers would be considered will promote the achievement of
employment equity within the ICD, will receive preference.

APPLICATIONS

:

Independent Complaints Directorate, Private Bag X 25, Johannesburg, 2000 Or Hand
Deliver at Marble Towers Building,208-212 ,Jeppe Str 20th floor

CLOSING DATE

:

07 October 2011

OTHER POSTS

POST 38/53

:

PERSONNEL ASSISTANT TO THE PROVINCIAL HEAD REF: Q9/2011/48

Re-advertisement

SALARY

:

R101 007 per annum

CENTRE

:

Johannesburg

REQUIREMENTS

:

A three year post school qualification in Office Administration Or a Senior Certificate
with extensive Secretarial experience. Computer skills such as of Ms Word, Ms
PowerPoint, Ms Excel, Outlook and Internet Explorer. Good office management skills
(document tracking, storage and retrieval systems) sound minute taking and
communication skills as well as general office experience are essential. Applicants must
be able to work under pressure, independently and be willing to work overtime when
necessary. The successful candidate must be reliable, flexible, creative, client focused
and quality orientated. Driver’s license is essential.

DUTIES

:

The successful candidate will be primarily responsible for General secretarial,
administrative and support services to the Provincial Head such as: Receiving and
making telephone calls, Managing the Provincial Head’s diary, Making travel and
accommodation arrangements, Arranging meetings and taking minutes, Typing of
letters/memorandums/submissions/reports, Sending and receiving email and faxes,
Fixing, extracting and processing data and dissemination of management information in
the context of office automation. Ensure adherence to brought forward dates, Filling,
document retrieval and tracking

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms F Dlakana

FOR ATTENTION

:

Ms F Dlakana

POST 38/54

:

CORPORATE SERVICES INTERN

SALARY

:

Stipened: R 3000

CENTRE

:

Johanessburg

REQUIREMENTS

:

An unemployed South African citizen with a completed Degree/ Diploma in one of the
following fields: Public management, HRM, Finance, Supply chain management, or
equivalent. The incumbent must be self-driven and computer literate. He/she must be
able to work under pressure and should have good personal and communication skill
(verbal and writing).

DUTIES

:

The successful candidate will be responsible for: Filing, Typing, Faxing, Writing Memos,
Switchboard operation, General administration duties.

ENQUIRIES

:

Mabatho Tshabalala @ 0112201517

FOR ATTENTION

:

Fundiswa @ 0112201530

NOTE

:

The person appointed to this position will be subjected to security clearance and the
signing of an Agreement to Maintain Secrecy. His / her character should be beyond
reproach.

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ANNEXURE I

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

NOTE

:

Applications must be submitted on Form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service
Department or on the internet at www.gov.za. A Z83 & CV must be accompanied by
certified copies of qualifications, identity document and driver’s license where
necessary. A SAQA evaluation report must accompany foreign qualifications.
Applications that do not comply with the above mentioned requirements will not be
considered. The Department of Justice is an equal opportunity employer. In the filling of
vacant posts the objectives of section 195 (1) (i) of the Constitution of South Africa,
1996 (Act No: 108 of 1996), the Employment Equity imperatives as defined by the
Employment Equity Act, 1998 (Act No: 55 of 1998) and relevant Human Resources
policies of the Department will be taken into consideration. Shortlisted candidates will be
subjected to a personnel vetting process. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed
candidates only. If you do not hear from us within 3 months of this advertisement,
please accept that your application has been unsuccessful. The department reserves
the right not to fill this position.

MANAGEMENT ECHELON

POST 38/55

:

DIRECTOR: ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE MANAGEMENT REF NO: 11/347/ISM

Job Purpose: To manage and integrate Enterprise Architecture principles to
Departmental strategic plan, IT vision and systems.

SALARY

:

R783 456 – R819 240 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.

CENTRE

:

National Office

REQUIREMENTS

:

A National Diploma/Degree in Information Systems/Technology/Computer Science or
equivalent (NQF 6);3 years experience within the Information System environment; 6
years experience in IT environment; Knowledge of TOGAF(The Open Group
Architecture Framework), Information Technology Strategy, International Standards, IT
governance and operations, Business analysis and application of relevant legislation;
Experience in Business Architecture. Skills and Competencies: Interpersonal and
leadership skills; Communication skills (verbal and written); Ability to deliver high impact
results; Project/Program management planning skills; Business process modeling skills
and System thinking Customer service orientation; Analytical and conflict management

DUTIES

:

Manage the development of application architecture design, functional data modeling
and system analysis; Manage the business, information architecture, technical and
network architecture; Manage IT/IS quality management system and strategy;
Responsible for financial planning, budgeting and forecasting for the Directorate;
Manage and organize the ICT system architecture towards improving enterprise
security; Schedule and oversee the implementation of all programmes and projects of
the Directorate and its sub-projects to the departmental goals, strategy and deadlines.

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms E Zeekoei (012) 315 1436

APPLICATIONS

:

Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address:
Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag
X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East
Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria.

CLOSING DATE

:

10 October 2011

OTHER POSTS

POST 38/56

:

SENIOR ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEY LP-6 3 POSTS REF NO: 11/343/SA

This is a re-advertisement, candidate who previously applied, need not re-apply as their
applications will still be considered.

PACKAGE

:

R501 933 – R706 899 per annum. (Salary will be in accordance with OSD
determination). The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance
agreement.

CENTRE

:

State Attorney: Johannesburg

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REQUIREMENTS

:

An LLB or four year recognized legal qualification; At least 8 years appropriate post
qualification legal/litigation experience; Admission as an Attorney; Right of appearance
in the High Court of South Africa; Experience as practicing attorney A valid diver’s
license. Skills and Competencies: Computer literacy; Strong communication (written
and verbal) skills Leadership skills; Legal research and drafting; Case flow
management; Strategic and conceptual orientation; Project management; Creative and
analytical; Problem solving and conflict management; Accuracy and attention to detail.

DUTIES

:

Represent the State of Litigation in the High Court, Magistrates Court, Labour Court,
Supreme Court of Appeal, Constitutional Court , Land Claims, CCMA, Tax and Tax
Tribunals; Give effect to the Department’s strategic plans, policies and prescripts;
Provide supervision and training to other professional staff; Furnish legal advice and
opinion; Maintain all records of work perfomed and provide statistics required; Be
involved in all forms of arbitration, including inter-departmental arbitrations and debt
collection.

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms B. Sibiya 012 357 8650

APPLICATIONS

:

Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The
Human Resource: Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria,
0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower,
Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria.

CLOSING DATE

:

10 October 2011

POST 38/57

:

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE REF NO: 11/346/ISM

Job Purpose: To manage Business Architecture

SALARY

:

R496 812– R511 827 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.

CENTRE

:

National Office, Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS

:

A National Diploma/Degree in Information Systems/Technology/Computer Science or
equivalent qualification (NQF 6); 3 years experience within the Information Systems
environment; Knowledge of TOGAF (The Open Group Architecture Framework),
Information Technology Strategy, Business Analysis, IT governance and operations and
International Standards; Experience of Business Architecture; Skills and Competencies:
Customer service orientated; Interpersonal and leadership skills; Communication skills
(verbal and written); Business process modeling skills and systems thinking; Ability to
deliver high impact results; Project/Program management planning and organization
skills

DUTIES

:

Develop business and information architecture; Develop and maintain enterprise
architecture repository; Conduct research on market trends and potential impact of
business and information architecture on the enterprise; Provide value delivery
engineering and inputs in development of strategies; Ensure alignment of business and
IT governance; Manage workflow and quality of outputs; Assist with drafting of
responses on audit findings as well as formulation of relevant departmental policies..

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms E Zeekoei (012) 315 1436

APPLICATIONS

:

Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address:
Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag
X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East
Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria.

CLOSING DATE

:

10 October 2011

POST 38/58

:

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: TECHNOLOGY ARCHITECTURE REF NO: 11/344/ISM

Job Purpose: To manage Application and information Architecture.

SALARY

:

R496 812 – R511 827 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.

CENTRE

:

National Office, Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS

:

A National Diploma/Degree in Information Systems/Technology/Computer science or
equivalent qualification NQF6; Three years experience within the information Systems
Environment; Knowledge of TOGAF framework; (The Open Group Architecture
Framework), international standards, ICT Strategy, application of relevant legislation,
communication and systems design as well as technology and network design;
Experience in IT Software and Product hardware evaluation; Experience of hardware

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and LAN/WAN environment. Skills and Competencies: Customer service orientation;
Organizational skills; Interpersonal and leadership skills; Project & Program
Management skills; Communication (written and verbal) skills; Computer literacy; Ability
to work under pressure.

DUTIES

:

Develop and evaluate technology and network architecture and standards; Conduct
research on market trends and potential impact of technical architecture on the
Department Responsible for recommending operational, procedural and policy
improvements and provide inputs in development of strategies; Manage workflow,
quality of outputs, hardware and software product evaluation Assist with drafting of
responses on audit findings and formulation of relevant departmental policies.

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms E Zeekoei (012) 315 1436

APPLICATIONS

:

Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address:
Human Resource: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag
X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East
Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria

CLOSING DATE

:

10 October 2011

POST 38/59

:

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: APPLICATIONS ARCHITECTURE REF NO: 11/345/ISM

Job Purpose: To manage Technical and network Architecture.

SALARY

:

R496 812 – R511 827 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.

CENTRE

:

National Office, Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS

:

A National Diploma/Degree in Information Systems/Technology/Computer science or
equivalent qualification NQF6; Three years experience with focus on Information
Systems Environment; Knowledge of TOGAF framework; (The Open Group
Architecture Framework), international standards, ICT Strategy, application of relevant
legislation, communication and systems design as well as technology and network
design; Experience in an IT environment; Experience of hardware and LAN/WAN
environment Skills and Competencies: Customer service orientation; Organizational
skills; Interpersonal and leadership skills; Project & Program Management skills;
Communication (written and verbal) skills; Computer literacy; Ability to work under
pressure.

DUTIES

:

Manage the development of application architecture design, standard and frameworks;
Record (document) and maintain the business system model; Manage the application
and the integration testing; Conduct research on market trends and potential impact of
application technology on the Department; Manage the application portfolio, functional
design’s specification, workflow and drafting of responses on audit findings;

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms E Zeekoei (012) 315 1436

APPLICATIONS

:

Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address:
Human Resource: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag
X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East
Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria

CLOSING DATE

:

10 October 2011

POST 38/60

:

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: HR KEY ACCOUNTS REF NO: 2011/147/GP

Job Purpose: To render generalist HR consulting services tothe stakeholders within the
Region

SALARY

:

R 434 505 – R511 827 per annum (all inclusive). The successful candidate will be
required to sign a performance agreement.

CENTRE

:

Regional Office, Johannesburg

REQUIREMENTS

:

A Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management or any relevant qualification with
fundamental experience in a Generalist HR environment; Five (5) years relevant
experience of which three years should be at management level In-depth knowledge in
all aspects of HR related prescipts; Valid driver’s license. Skills and Competencies
Good Customer relations; Communications (written and verbal) skills Co-ordination and
Planning skills; Performance Consulting; Accuracy and attention to detail.

DUTIES

:

Provide HR interventions in the following fields: Recruitment and selection, HR
Administration, Performance Management, Organizational Development, Learning and
Development, Employment Relations, Business Process Improvement Methods and

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any other skills of HR service interest; Contribute to the development and
accomplishment of departmental business plan and objectives; Ensure effective people
management in line with relevant legislative requirements; Act as an employee
advocate and change champion; Continually assess the effectiveness of HR.

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr. D Van Loggenberg (011) 332 9000

APPLICATIONS

:

Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Private Bag X6,
Johannesburg, 2000 • 7th Floor Schreiner Chambers, Corner Pritchard and Kruis
Street, JOHANNESBURG.

CLOSING DATE

:

10 October 2011

POST 38/61

:

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: COSTING 2 POSTS REF NO: 11/349/CFO

Job Purpose: To analyse impact reports of analysed policy directives, legislation and
reported cases.

SALARY

:

R221 058 – R 267 036 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.

CENTRE

:

National Office, Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS

:

A Bachelor’s degree/ National Diploma in Finance/Costing; Three (3) years working
experience in cost management, economic analysis and research; Two (2) years
experience at supervisory level; Sound knowledge of Public Finance Management Act
(PFMA), Treasury Regulations and relevant prescripts; Knowledge of GRAP/GAAP,
BAS, PERSAL and Vulindlela; A valid driver’s license; Skills and Competencies:
Financial and change management skills; Change and project management skills;
Quick thinking and analytical abilities; Innovative thinking, problem solving and good
communication skills; Strategic and conceptual orientation; Influencing and negotiating
skills; Advanced computer literacy.

DUTIES

:

Implement costing model of the department; Monitor and implement the impact of
Government policies and legislation; Report and conduct effective regulatory impact
analysis findings and recommend costing findings; Maintain effective, efficient and
transparent systems of financial., risk management as well as internal control; Ensure
compliance with regulatory impact assessment templates/models; Compile
management comments for audit findings and consider implementation of
recommendations; and Recommend operational, procedural and policy improvements..

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms E Zeekoei (012) 315-1436

APPLICATIONS

:

Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The
Human Resource: Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria,
0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower,
Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria.

CLOSING DATE

:

10 October 2011

POST 38/62

:

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE REF NO: 11/348/HR

Job Purpose: To render organisational performance services within the relevant
branches

SALARY

:

R221 058 – R267 036 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.

CENTRE

:

National Office, Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS

:

Bachelor’s Degree/equivalent in Human Resources or related qualification; Three (3)
years experience in Human Resource Management In depth knowledge and experience
in Performance Management; Knowledge and experience of PERSAL and the staff
establishment; Knowledge and experience in Organisational Development and Design
(ODD) will serve as an advantage; Skills and competencies: Communication (written
and Verbal) skills; Computer literacy (MS Office); Customer focus; Problem solving;
Ability to work independently as well in a team; Record management.

DUTIES

:

Assist branches in developing and implementing Emplyment Equity Plans and Human
Resource Plan; Investigate client needs and determine appropriate organizational
structures according to workstudy and job evaluation princibles; Assist branches in the
compilation of workplace skills plan and annual training report; Assist branches to
develop performance agreement that are aligned to branch business plans and facilitate
the determination of norms and standards of performance indicators; Coordinate
Performance Management activities in line with Performance Management Policy;

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Maintain accurate staff establishment and monthly vacancy list in line with approved
structure on PERSAL; Ensure effective people management in line with relevant
legislative requirement;

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms E Zeekoei at (012) 315 1436

APPLICATIONS

:

Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The
Director-General: Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X 81, Pretoria,
0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First floor reception, East Tower,
Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria.

CLOSING DATE

:

10 October 2011

POST 38/63

:

INSPECTOR OF INTERPRETORS REF NO: NC/62/11

SALARY

:

R 221 058 – R 267 036 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.

CENTRE

:

Regional Office Kimberley

REQUIREMENTS

:

A three year relevant Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification ; Five years
experience in court interpreting with at least three years experience in a Supervisory
role ● A valid EB driver’s license. Skills and competencies: Computer literacy (MS
Office); Good interpersonal, liaison and communication; Planning and organisation;
Good knowledge of criminal and civil court procedures; Ability to work under pressure;
Leadership and coordination; Customer care and Conflict Management.

DUTIES

:

Determine the training and development needs of court interpreters in consultation With
relevant role – players; Oversee Court interpreting services in the region, monitor and
evaluate interpreting services of the Region and do interpreting work in complex and
high profile case; Ensuring that subordinates conclude performance agreement, review
performance to ensure that subordinates perform duties in accordance with agreements
and provide feedback to court interpreters; Attendance of management meetings in the
office and thereafter disseminate Information to incumbents about management
decisions; Provide all criminal, civil, and high court with competent interpreters as well
as foreign Language interpreters

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms C. Cader (053) 8390000 ext 2031

APPLICATIONS

:

Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The
Regional Head: Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X6106, Kimberley,
8300. OR hand delivers at the New Public Buildings, (Magistrates Court) of Knight and
Stead Streets, 7th

floor, Kimberley, 8301. Faxed or e-mailed applications will not be

considered

CLOSING DATE

:

10 October 2011

POST 38/64

:

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR COURT OPERATIONS
MANAGER REF NO: NC/70/11

SALARY

:

R 221 058–R267 038 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.

CENTRE

:

Regional Office Kimberley

REQUIREMENTS

:

A three (3) year National Diploma / Degree in Public Administration / Management or
relevant equivalent qualification; A minimum of three years experience in Court
Administration/Office Administration; Knowledge and understanding of the functioning of
courts; Experience in Project Management; A valid driver’s license and willing to travel
extensively. Skills and Competencies: Research and report writing skills;
Conceptualization, planning and organizational skills; Analytical and interpretive
thinking; Communication (written and verbal) skills; Good interpersonal relations with
ability to interact at a senior and professional level; Computer literacy.

DUTIES

:

Co-ordinate Strategic Projects aimed at improving Court Performance Co-ordinate
Reports from Area Court Managers for the Directorate. Co-ordinate Compilation of
monthly/Quarterly /Annual Performance and statutory Reports to the Relevant users
Analyze Court Statistics for the Directorate to reflect Court Performance and Trends
Provide support to the Directorate in Managing systems supporting Case Management
Direct and maintain the necessary administrative activities ,systems and Protocol in the
performance of his duties Financial and Human Resources Management within the
Directorate Draft Reports and Memos for consideration by Senior Management within
the Directorate

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ENQUIRIES

:

Ms C. Cader (053) 8390000 ext 2031

APPLICATIONS

:

Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The
Regional Head: Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X6106, Kimberley,
8300. OR hand delivers at the New Public Buildings, (Magistrates Court) of Knight and
Stead Streets, 7th

floor, Kimberley, 8301. Faxed or e-mailed applications will not be

considered

CLOSING DATE

:

10 October 2011

POST 38/65

:

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: FINANCE REF NR: NC/73/11

SALARY

:

R 221 058 – R 267 036. The successful candidate will be Required to sign a
performance agreement.

CENTRE

:

Regional Office Kimberley

REQUIREMENTS

:

A 3 Year Degree/ National Diploma with Accounting as subject and at least 2 - 3 years
demonstrable financial management experience of which at least 2 should be at
supervisory level; Budget and Expenditure Control experience in the Public Service;
Sound knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act, Treasury Regulations, Basic
Accounting System - BAS, extensive knowledge of SCOA, PERSAL and Vulindlela will
be to your advantage; A valid driver’s licence. Skills and Competencies: Advanced
computer literacy (MS Office, Excel, Word and Power Point; Good Communication
(verbal and written) skills; Time management and organization skills; People
management skills

DUTIES

:

Reporting to the Deputy Director: Finance; Liaise and provide guidance to all Regional
Office and Sub-Office personnel on the implementation of financial policies, prescripts
and procedures ensuring financial policies, prescripts and procedures ensuring
compliance as stipulated in the PFMA, Treasury Regulations and DFI; Overseeing the
Salary division and managing the payroll functions performed by the Regional Office;
Preparing monthly and quarterly financial management reports; Managing the budget
functions of the Department; Co-ordinate, prepare and consolidate Regional MTEF
inputs; Ensure the correct BAS allocations are used by the payment section; Prepare
and consolidate regional financial inputs in preparation of the financial statements of the
Department; Liaising with heads of offices and divisions on budget and expenditure
issues; Monitor and control the handling of revenue, cash and face value forms;
Performance management and supervision of staff; Any other financial and
administrative duties as assigned.

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms Ronel de Klerk (053) 839 0000 ext 2052

APPLICATIONS

:

Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The
Regional Head: Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X6106, Kimberley,
8300. OR hand delivers at the New Public Buildings, (Magistrates Court) of Knight and
Stead Streets, 7th

floor, Kimberley, 8301. Faxed or e-mailed applications will not be

considered

CLOSING DATE

:

10 October 2011

POST 38/66

:

COURT MANAGER 4 POSTS

SALARY

:

R 221 058–R 267 036 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.

CENTRE

:

MAGISTRATE’S OFFICE: POSTMASBURG, NORTHERN CAPE REFERENCE:
NC/33/11, (This Post is a re-advertisement; candidates who previously applied are
encouraged to re-Apply), MIDDLEDRIFT, EAST LONDON REFERENCE NUMBER:
161/11EC AND MPUMALANGA (MIDDELBURG REFERENCE NUMBER: 2011/85/MP
X 1 & MOUTSE REFERENCE NUMBER: 2011/84/MP X 1)

REQUIREMENTS

:

A three (3) year Bachelors Degree in Administration and / or National Diploma:
Services Management (NQF Level 5) plus the module on Case Flow Management or
equivalent qualification; Three year’s managerial or supervisory experience; Knowledge
of Public Financial Management Act ( PFMA) and the Departmental Financial
Instruction ( DFI) and departmental policies and procedures; Understanding of the
Departments accounting systems ( JDAS, ICMS, JYP); A valid EB driver’s license. Skills
and competencies: Strong leadership and management capabilities; Strategic
capacities; Good communication (verbal and written); Problem solving; Interpersonal
skills; Computer literacy

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DUTIES

:

The successful candidate will be expected to: Manage financial, facilities, physical and
human resources of the office; Manage risk and ensure implementation of sound
security measures within the office and service points as well as Ensure implementation
and monitoring of compliance to policies; Ensure sound records management ( filing
system and case recording system) within the office and sound case tracking services
within the office; Compile and analyze statistics to show performance of the office;
Support case flow management in the office and ccompile monthly reports related to the
performance of the office; Develop and implement customer service improvement
strategies; Lead. manage and ensure the transformation of the office and internal and
external stakeholders Manage Service level agreements ;

ENQUIRIES

:

Northern Cape, Ms C. Cader (053) 8390000 ext 2031
Middledrift Mrs. Mkapu 043 702 7000
Mpumalanga Mr M Hlophe 013 753 9300/07

APPLICATIONS

:

Postal address:
NORTHERN CAPE: The Regional Head: Justice and Constitutional Development,
Private Bag X6106, Kimberley, 8300. OR hand delivers at the New Public Buildings,
(Magistrates Court) of Knight and Stead Streets, 7th

floor, Kimberley, 8301. Faxed or e-

mailed applications will not be considered
EAST LONDON: applications: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your
application to: The Regional Head, Private Bag X9065, East London, 5200
MPUMALANGA: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The
Regional Head, Private Bag X11249, Nelspruit, 1200 OR Physical address: 24 Brown
Street, Nedbank Centre, 4th

floor Nelspruit

CLOSING DATE

:

10 October 2011

NOTE

:

separate application must be made for each centre and quoting reference number

POST 38/67

:

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 5 POSTS

SALARY

:

R 185 958.00 – R 219 048.00 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
sign a performance agreement.

CENTRE

:

Magistrate Office Carnarvon, REF NR: NC/ 66/11
Magistrate Office Jan Kempdorp, REF NR: NC/67/11
Magistrate Office Phillipstown, REF NR: NC/68/11
Magistrate Office Noupoort, REF NR: NC/69/11
Magistrate Office Fraserburg, REF NR: NC/76/11

REQUIREMENTS

:

A three (3) year National Diploma / Degree in Public Administration / Management or
relevant equivalent qualification; Two (2) years relevant experience in Office and
District Administration and Departmental Financial Management systems; Experience in
Vote and Trust Account will be an added advantage; Valid driver’s licence Skills and
Competencies: Supervisory skills; Computer literacy (MS Office, Ms Excel); Excellent
communication skills (written and verbal); Good interpersonal relations; Accuracy and
attention to detail; Ability to work under pressure

DUTIES

:

Control documents; Draft correspondence with members of the public, other
organizations and other state departments; Render advice/assistance on a wide
spectrum of matters within occupational class context, e.g. the interpreting of
statutes/provisions, budgeting, maintenance, legal advice, planning actions and special
projects; Facilitate training and development of clerical personnel; Custody of reserve
stock.

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr. J. Tope (053) 8390000 ext 2060

APPLICATIONS

:

Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The
Regional Head: Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X6106, Kimberley,
8300. OR hand delivers at the New Public Buildings, (Magistrates Court) of Knight and
Stead Streets, 7th

floor, Kimberley, 8301. Faxed or e-mailed applications will not be

considered

CLOSING DATE

:

10 October 2011

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POST 38/68

:

REGISTRAR, MR-1 – MR-5 2 POSTS REF NO: MTHATHA 159/11EC NORTHERN
CAPE NC/63/11

SALARY

:

R115 377 – R540 720 per annum (Salary to be determined in accordance with
experience as OSD determination). The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.

CENTRE

:

High Court: Northern Cape And Mthatha

REQUIREMENTS

:

LLB degree or four year recognised legal qualification; Skills and Competencies: Case
flow management; Dispute Resolution; Legal drafting; Legal research; Office
management, planning and organization skills; Good communication (written and
verbal); Good interpersonal relations; Computer literacy (MS Office); Ability to interpret
acts and regulations; Negotiation, motivation, customer relations, self-management and
stress management skills

DUTIES

:

Co-Ordination of Case Flow Management Support Processes to the Judiciary and
prosecution; Issue all Processes Initiating Court Proceedings; Co-ordinate interpreting
Services, Appeals and Reviews; Process unopposed Divorces and Facilitation of Pre-
Trial Conferences; Check Criminal Record books Consider Judgment by default;
Implement rules, procedures and practices and costs periodically in co-operation with
the Court Manager and Judiciary; Appointment of Sheriffs of the Court on “ad hoc”
basis; Oversee tax legal bills of costs and attend to the review which may follow from
such taxation Authenticate signatures of Legal Practitioners, Notaries and Sworn
Translators, Supervision of subordinates and evaluation of their performance; Any other
official duties assigned by relevant stakeholders

ENQUIRIES

:

Northern Cape, Ms C. Cader (053) 8390000 ext 2031
Mthatha, Mr. Ndamase 043 702 7000

APPLICATIONS

:

Postal address:
Northern Cape: The Regional Head: Justice and Constitutional Development, Private
Bag X6106, Kimberley, 8300. OR hand delivers at the New Public Buildings,
(Magistrates Court) of Knight and Stead Streets, 7th

floor, Kimberley, 8301. Faxed or e-

mailed applications will not be considered
MTHATHA: applications: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application
to: The Regional Head, Private Bag X9065, East London, 5200

CLOSING DATE

:

10 October 2011

NOTE

:

separate application must be made for each centre and reference number

POST 38/69

:

LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER, MR-1 – MR-5 REF NO: NC/71/11

SALARY

:

R115 377 – R540 720 per annum (Salary to be determined in accordance with
experience as OSD determination). The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.

CENTRE

:

Regional Office, Kimberley

REQUIREMENTS

:

LLB or four year recognize legal qualification; Sound knowledge of the South African
legal system, legal practice and related spheres with specific reference to family law
and related litigation; Working knowledge of criminal procedure and practice, court rules
(Constitutional, Supreme Court of Appeal, High, Labour, Equality and Magistrate
Courts); A valid code EB driver’s license; Shortlisted candidates may be required to
complete a questionnaire in order to ascertain their compliance with the above post
requirements Skills and competencies: Computer literacy; Excellent Communication
(verbal and written); Good interpersonal and intercultural relations; Problem solving and
analytical; Accuracy and attention to detail. Basic project management

DUTIES

:

Drafting legal documents and give legal advice to the Department and other organs of
the State regarding problems of interpretation, execution of powers and legal matters.
Give support services to the courts regarding quasi-judicial functions Respond to
petitions, representations and complaints from civil society and other government
departments Liaise with other departments, DPP, and communities on programmes
around crime prevention. Prepare memoranda for the appointment of Commissioners of
Oath and Appraisers. Recover loss and (of) damage to State property. Determination of
Legal Liability Oversee the smooth functioning of dedicated courts in the region
Facilitate implementation of relevant legislation including the Victims Charter and the
Restorative Justice National policy Framework. Initiate, plan, implement and conduct
community awareness campaigns on legislations administered by the Department.

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ENQUIRIES

:

Ms C. Cader (053) 8390000 ext 2031

APPLICATIONS

:

Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The
Regional Head: Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X6106, Kimberley,
8300. OR hand delivers at the New Public Buildings, (Magistrates Court) of Knight and
Stead Streets, 7th

floor, Kimberley, 8301. Faxed or e-mailed applications will not be

considered

CLOSING DATE

:

10 October 2011

POST 38/70

:

MAINTENANCE OFFICER REF NO: NC/72/11

SALARY

:

R115 377 – R540 720 per annum (Salary to be determined in accordance with
experience as OSD determination). The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.

CENTRE

:

Magistrate’s Office Colesburg

REQUIREMENTS

:

LLB or four year recognize legal qualification; Extensive knowledge of the maintenance
system; Proficiency in at least two official languages; A valid code EB driver’s license;
Skills and Competencies: Computer literacy (MS Office); Excellent Communication skills
(written and verbal); Numeric skills Ability to: Work with public in a professional and
empathetic manner; Develop a thorough understanding of all services and procedures
in the area of maintenance and other areas of family law; Explain legal terminology and
processes in simple language; Manage time effectively and develop good facilitation
skills; Think and write clearly; Think innovatively and work in pressurized environment;
Facilitate communication between people with maintenance disputes.

DUTIES

:

Perform the powers, duties or functions of a Maintenance Officer in terms of the
Maintenance Act; Obtain financial information for the purposes of maintenance
enquiries’ Guide maintenance investigators in the performance of their functions;
Appear in the Maintenance Court and conduct proceedings in terms of the Maintenance
Act; Monitor and facilitate implementation of Maintenance Court Orders

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr. J. Tope (053) 839 0000 ext 2060

APPLICATIONS

:

Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The
Regional Head: Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X6106, Kimberley,
8300. OR hand delivers at the New Public Buildings, (Magistrates Court) of Knight and
Stead Streets, 7th

floor, Kimberley, 8301. Faxed or e-mailed applications will not be

considered

CLOSING DATE

:

10 October 2011

POST 38/71

:

COURT INTERPRETER 2 POSTS

SALARY

:

R 101 007 – R 118 983 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.

CENTRE

:

Magistrate Office Barkly West, REF NR: NC/64/11
Magistrate Office De Aar, REF NR: NC/65/11

REQUIREMENTS

:

Grade 12 or equivalent qualification; Tertiary qualification will be an advantage;
Applicants will be subjected to a Language test; A valid drivers’ license will be an added
advantage. Language requirements: Tswana, English, Afrikaans and isiXhosa are
compulsory Sotho, Sepedi, Tsonga and isiZulu will be an added advantage Skills and
Competencies: Computer literacy (MS Office); Good communication (written and
verbal); Administration and organizational skills; Ability to maintain interpersonal
relations; Accuracy and attention to detail.

DUTIES

:

Interpret in Criminal Court, Civil Court, Labour Court, quasi-judicial proceedings;
Interpret during consultation; Translate legal documents and exhibits; Record cases in
criminal record book; Draw case records on request of the Magistrate and Prosecutors;
Keep records of statistics; To perform any other duties he / she may be assigned to do
in terms of rationalizations of functions by the office.

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr R. Meza (053) 8390 000 ext 2057

APPLICATIONS

:

Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The
Regional Head: Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X6106, Kimberley,
8300. OR hand delivers at the New Public Buildings, (Magistrates Court) of Knight and
Stead Streets, 7th

floor, Kimberley, 8301. Faxed or e-mailed applications will not be

considered

CLOSING DATE

:

10 October 2011

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POST 38/72

:

HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER REF NO: NC/75/11

SALARY

:

R101 007 – R 118 983 The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance
agreement.

CENTRE

:

Regional Office, Kimberley

REQUIREMENTS

:

Grade 12 or equivalent recognized qualification; Relevant aadministrative experience;
Experience in a Human Resource environment will be an added advantage; Knowledge
of Performance Management System, Public Service Act, Public Service Regulations
and Departmental Human Resource Policies in the Public service; Experience in
working on the PERSAL system and attendance of PERSAL courses will be an added
advantage; A valid code EB driver’s license. Skills and Competencies Good Computer
literacy (MS Office, MS Excel, MS Access and PowerPoint); Good Communication skills
(written and verbal); People Management and interpersonal skills; Planning, organizing
and problem solving; Project and performance management skills; Presentation skills;
Attention to detail; Basic Research/Gathering of Information; Capable of working
independently.

DUTIES

:

Implement Performance Bonus, Pay Progression and notches for all officials; Respond
to general enquiries for Performance Rewards (internal and external) Render
administrative support to the Deputy Director: Performance Management; Maintain a
database for Performance Management Directorate by means of accurate, timeous and
coordinated recording of information; Conduct relevant research with regard to
Performance Management Directorate; Compilation of statistics, charts and graphs
through knowledge of MSExcel; Maintain filing system of Performance Agreements for
Region; Complete Persal transactions advice to process payments and capture awards
on Persal; Maintain MS Access system; Draft and distribute documentation and Submit
monthly reports to Deputy Directors. Any other HR related functions as delegated

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr R. Meza (053) 8390 000 ext 2057

APPLICATIONS

:

If applying for more than one post, please state the name of the office and reference
number as well as order of preference. A separate application must be submitted for
each post. Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
address: The Regional Head: Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag
X6106, Kimberley, 8300. OR hand delivers at the New Public Buildings, (Magistrates
Court) of Knight and Stead Streets, 7th

floor, Kimberley, 8301. Faxed or e-mailed

applications will not be considered.

CLOSING DATE

:

14 October 2011

POST 38/73

:

COURT INTERPRETER REF NO: 71/11/LMP

SALARY

:

R101 007 – R118 983 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.

CENTRE

:

Magistrate Mokopane

REQUIREMENTS

:

Grade 12 or equivalent qualification; Tertiary qualification will be an advantage;
Applicants will be subjected to a Language test; A valid driver’s license will serve as an
added advantage: Language requirements: English, Afrikaans, N.Sotho, Tsonga and
Venda; Fluency in Zulu, Swazi and Shona would be an added advantage: Skills and
Competencies: Computer literacy(MS Office); Good communications(written and
verbal); Administration and organisational skills; Ability to maintain interpersonal
relations; Accuracy and attention to detail.

DUTIES

:

Interpret in Criminal Court, Civil Court, Labour Court, quasi – judicial proceedings;
Interpret during consultation; Translate legal documents and exhibits; Record cases in
criminal record book; Draw case records on request of the Magistrate and Prosecutors;
Keep Court records up to date; Perform any other duty that he/she may be assigned to
in terms of rationalization of functions by the office.

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms. Mongalo MP 015 287 2034
Mr. Nxumalo LT 015 287 2080

APPLICATIONS

:

Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The
Regional Head, Department of Justice & Constitutional Development, Private Bag
x9526, Polokwane 0700 OR Physical address: Reception area, Limpopo Regional
Office, 92 Bok Street, Polokwane, 0700

CLOSING DATE

:

10 October 2011

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NOTE

:

People with disabilities are encouraged to apply

POST 38/74

:

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION CLERK

SALARY

:

R 84 483 – R 99 516 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.

CENTRE

:

Regional Office Kimberley: REF NR: NC/74/11
Magistrate Office De Aar: REF NR: NC/78/11

REQUIREMENTS

:

Grade 12 or equivalent qualification; Administrative experience will be an added
advantage. =Skills and Competencies: Computer Literacy (MS Office); Excellent
planning and organizations skills; Accuracy and attention to detail; Verbal and written
communication skills; Good interpersonal relations; Problem solving.

DUTIES

:

Handle routine work at the office; Deal with correspondence; Maintain records; To
provide admin support e.g. copying, typing, faxing, phoning, filing, etc. Apply Public
Service and Treasury Instructions in terms of the Public Finance Management Act
(PFMA) and various administrative duties.

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr R. Meza (053) 8390 000 ext 2057

APPLICATIONS

:

Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The
Regional Head: Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X6106, Kimberley,
8300. OR hand delivers at the New Public Buildings, (Magistrates Court) of Knight and
Stead Streets, 7th

floor, Kimberley, 8301. Faxed or e-mailed applications will not be

considered

CLOSING DATE

:

10 October 2011

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ANNEXURE J

DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR

It is the Department’s intention to promote equity through the filling of all numeric targets as contained in the
Employment Equity Plan. To facilitate this process successfully, an indication of race, gender and disability status
is required.

APPLICATIONS

:

As stated per advert

FOR ATTENTION

:

Sub-directorate: Human Resources Operations

CLOSING DATE

:

3 October 2011

NOTE

:

Applications must be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service
Department or on the internet at www.gov.za/documents. The completed and signed
form Z83 should be accompanied by a recently updated, comprehensive CV as well as
copies of all qualification(s) and ID-document [Driver’s license where applicable]. Non-
RSA Citizens/Permanent Resident Permit Holders must attach a copy of their
Permanent Residence Permits to their applications. Should you be in possession of a
foreign qualification, it must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South
African Qualification Authority (SAQA). Applicants who do not comply with the above-
mentioned requirements, as well as applications received late, will not be considered.
The Department does not accept applications via fax or email. Failure to submit all the
requested documents will result in the application not being considered.
Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not been
contacted within eight (8) weeks after the closing date of this advertisement, please
accept that your application was unsuccessful. Suitable candidates will be subjected to
a personnel suitability check (criminal record, citizenship, credit record checks,
qualification verification and employment verification). Where applicable, candidates will
be subjected to a skills/knowledge test. Successful candidates will be appointed on a
probation period of 12 months. The Department reserves the right not to maintenance of
regional inspection plans and reports including execution of analysis and compilation of
consolidated statistical reports on regional and allocated cases. The successful
candidate will be expected to sign a performance agreement.

OTHER POSTS

POST 38/75

:

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: EMPLOYEE HEALTH AND WELLNESS PROGRAMMES REF
NO: HR 4/4/9/3/HO

Directorate: Human Resources Management

SALARY

:

R 434 505 flexible package per annum

CENTRE

:

Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS

:

An Honours Degree in Behavioural Sciences plus three years experience in counselling
and management. Knowledge: ●Departmental policies and procedures, ●Knowledge of
Labour Legislation relevant to the post (Public Service Act and Regulations, Basic
Conditions of Employment Act, Public Finance Management Act) ●Knowledge of
relevant HIV and AIDS related legislation, policies and regulations ●Knowledge of the
National Strategic Plan for RSA on HIV & AIDS & STI’s and Integrated Employee Health
& Wellness Framework ●Structure and functioning of the Department ●EHWP Policies
Skills: ●Communication and interpersonal relations ●Counselling ●Confidentiality and
Code of Ethics ●Negotiation ●Decision making ●Organisational ●Computer literacy
●Change / diversity management ●Problem solving ●Motivational ●Team Building
●Presentation ●Report writing

DUTIES

:

●Initiates, participates and provides strategic direction and leadership in the
implementation and promotion of Employee Health & Wellness (EHWP) Programmes
and interventions ●Research and advice on EHWP quality standards, policy matters
and best practice and also ensures that the quality standards and policy directives are
implemented and promoted at all times. ●Participates in the planning processes on
EHWP matters and also contributes to planning processes pertaining to GDY matters
(strategy, business planning and budgeting) in order to help the Department to reach its
strategic objectives and goals. ●Responsible and accountable for management of all
resources in the Sub-directorate: EHWP, namely human, financial, assets, equipment,
etc in line with the departmental and public service policies and guidelines.

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ENQUIRIES

:

Mr B Gama, Tel. 012 309 4549

APPLICATIONS

:

The Chief Director: Human Resources Management, Private Bag X 117, Pretoria, 0001

POST 38/76

:

GENERALIST INSPECTOR REF NO: HR 4/4/5/23

Provincial Directorate: Kwazulu / Natal

SALARY

:

R 185 958 per annum
R 252 509 all inclusive package per annum

CENTRE

:

Durban.

REQUIREMENTS

:

A National Diploma in any of the following areas: Environmental Health/Public Health,
Safety Management, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering,
Chemical, Construction Safety and Explosives Technology. Two years relevant
experience plus one year supervisory. Code EB Driver’s license Knowledge and Skills:
●Detailed knowledge of the following laws and related regulations: Basic Conditions of
Employment Act (BCEA), Employment Equity Act (EEA), Occupational Health and
Safety Act (OHSA), general knowledge of the Labour Relations Act (LRA) and Skills
Development Act (SDA), general knowledge of the Explosives Act, knowledge of the
relevant sections of the Compensation for Occupational injuries and Diseases Act
(COIDA) and Unemployment Insurance Act (UIA). ●Detailed legal knowledge
requirements, particularly relating to enforcement ●Workable knowledge of relevant
departmental policies and procedures ●Detailed knowledge of departmental directives
and guidelines ●Client orientation strategy (Batho Pele Principles) ●Knowledge of
statutory organizations that require accreditations in terms of OHSA ●Knowledge of
applicable codes incorporated in terms of OHSA, workforce profile analysis,
interpretation of workforce profiles and benchmarking to industry standards, using the
employment equity registry data. ●Planning and organizing, ●Report writing including
completion of written undertakings, summonses, forms and inspection reports, ●Time
management, ●Communication including telephone etiquette and ●Public presentation,
●Interviewing, ●Listening and ●Observation. Management.

DUTIES

:

●Plan and participate in information sessions with employers, workers, trade unions,
bargaining councils, etc. ●Initiate and participate in media events such as radio talk
shows and newspaper articles ●Organize and implement public awareness campaigns
●Initiate and participate in training or education of stakeholders (or responding to
requests for such training), ●Conduct pro-active inspections of registered entities to
ensure compliance with OHSA as well as incorporated Codes: Lifts, elevators,
escalators, funiculars, boilers, transportation plants, portable gas stations and LPG
filling stations, commercial diving training centres, explosives factories and other pro-
active functions ●Institute legal procedures in the event of non-compliance ●Conduct
incident investigation (formal and informal) ●Audit approved inspections authorities (at
request of Head Office) of: Occupational Hygiene, First Aid Organisations, Vessels
under Pressure, Diving Medical Practitioners, Audiometrists /Audiologists, Any other
relevant approved inspection authority ●Audit occupational hygiene and electrical
installations for purposes of legal proceedings ●Process OHS permissions and
exemptions in accordance with departmental policy and directives ●Conduct DG
reviews on request.

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr MC Dlamini 031 336 1500

APPLICATIONS

:

Chief Director: Provincial Operations: Kwa-Zulu / Natal. PO Box 940 Durban, 4000

POST 38/77

:

EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PRACTITIONER II REF NO: HR 4/4/4/09/01

Provincial Directorate: Gauteng

SALARY

:

Commencing: R 185 958 per annum All inclusive: R 252 509 per annum

CENTRE

:

Labour Centre: Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS

:

A three year tertiary qualification in Social Science or relevant qualification and two
years functional experience. Knowledge: ILO Conventions. Financial Management,
Human Resource Management, Psychometric assessment. Skills: Planning and
organizing, Negotiation, Communication skills, Computer skills, Analytical skills,
Presentation skills, Interpersonal skills, Report writing skills, Leadership and networking.

DUTIES

:

●Network with stakeholders to acquire placement opportunities for work seekers
registered by the labour centre. ●Process requests for labour migration and advise on
the availability of skills. ●Process applications for registration and licensing of PEA’s.

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●Ensure referral of work seekers to training and monitor training interventions for the
unemployed.

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms A Phasha Tel. (012) 309 5063

APPLICATIONS

:

The Chief Director: Provincial Operations: Gauteng, P O Box 4560, Johannesburg,
2000

POST 38/78

:

SUPERVISOR: REGISTRATION SERVICES REF NO: HR 4/4/4/09/02

Provincial Directorate: Gauteng

SALARY

:

R 185 958 per annum
R 252 509 all inclusive package per annum

CENTRE

:

Labour Centre: Nigel

REQUIREMENTS

:

A relevant three year tertiary or equivalent qualification. Two years Client Services
experience and one year supervisory experience. KNOWLEDGE Workable knowledge
of all labour legislation and relevant departmental policies and procedures. Knowledge
of Departmental guidelines and directives, basic knowledge of Public Service
Regulations and Batho Pele Principles. SKILLS Planning and organizing, computer
literacy, time management, communication, report writing, training, mentoring and
coaching, attention to detail, interpersonal relations, problem solving and analytical.

DUTIES

:

●Employment and Skills Development Service: Follow up cases referred to ESP II / III.
●Consolidate reports for the Regional Manager. Inspection and Enforcement (IES):
●Refer unresolved IES complaints to Team Leader. ●Follow up on referred cases.
●Monitor administrative work performed by support staff. ●Beneficiary Services: Quality
check subordinates’ work. ●Check, verify and authorize applications for beneficiaries.
●General functions: Monitor the activities of client services and support staff. Supervise
and plan activities of frontline and back-up staff. ●Induct, orientate and manage
performance of staff. ●Training and development of staff. ●Compile statistics for the
Regional Manager.

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms I Engelbrecht Tel. (011) 853 0300

APPLICATIONS

:

The Chief Director: Provincial Operations: Gauteng, P O Box 4560 Johannesburg, 2000

POST 38/79

:

PRACTITIONER: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT REF NO: HR 4/4/5/26

Provincial Directorate: Kwazulu / Natal

SALARY

:

Commencing: R 149 742 per annum
All inclusive: R 200 567 per annum

CENTRE

:

Durban

REQUIREMENTS

:

A relevant three year tertiary or equivalent qualification in Logistics Management or
equivalent qualification plus two years functional experience. Or Matric plus relevant five
years functional experience. Code EB Driver’s license Knowledge and Skills: ●
Departmental policies and procedures, ●Knowledge of PAS1 &PAS2, ●Logis system,
●tender procedures, ●PFMA and ●SCM procedures. ●Planning and organising work,
●Report writing skills, ●Interpersonal relation skills, ●Good communication skills (verbal
& writing), ●Presentation skills, ●Computer Skills and ●Decision- making skills

DUTIES

:

Provide tender administration services, ● Conduct inventory checks, ●Co-ordinate stock
take process, ● Prepare annual report on stock taking, ● Pprinting of all reports.
●Responsible for asset management, ● Co-ordinate obsolete, redundant, unserviceable
surplus items, ● Conduct functional training, ●Provide secretariat services to sub-
Tender Committee, ●Receive and process all tender document, ●Prepare agenda and
tender outcome, ●Facilitate briefing sessions, ●Provide advise on policies (Tenders). ●
Supervise staff, ●Compile and enter into Performance agreement, ● Conduct
assessment. ● Liaise with Head Office with regard to advertising of tenders, ● Compile
tender register, prepare submission to tender committee, ● Assist with the evaluation
and adjudication of tenders, ● Provide feedback to tenderers on the outcome. ●
Responsible for Logis system.

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms A Msomi 031. 366 2129

APPLICATIONS

:

Chief Director: Provincial Operations: Kwa-Zulu / Natal. PO Box 940 Durban, 4000

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POST 38/80

:

CLIENT SERVICE OFFICER: MOBILE LABOUR CENTRE REF NO: HR 4/4/5/25

Provincial Directorate: Kwazulu / Natal

SALARY

:

R 149 742 per annum
R 200 567 all inclusive package per annum

CENTRE

:

Labour Centre: Ulundi

REQUIREMENTS

:

Matric plus one year working experience. Code 10 Driver’s license plus PDP
Knowledge and Skills: ● Basic knowledge of public service regulations, ●Client
orientation strategy (Batho Pele Principles), ●Workable knowledge of all labour
legislation, ●Workable knowledge of relevant departmental policies and procedures,
●Knowledge of guidelines and directives, ● Client orientation strategy (Batho Pele
Principles) ●Planning and organizing of work; time management; communication skills;
innovative; interviewing skills; listening skills; interpret legislation; good interpersonal
skills; problem solving and Computer skills.

DUTIES

:

Render effective Employment Services functions; ●Render effective beneficiary
services functions; ●Provide effective inspection and enforcement services; ●Render
general services.

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr T Nkosi 035 879 8842

APPLICATIONS

:

Chief Director: Provincial Operations: Kwa-Zulu / Natal. PO Box 940 Durban, 4000

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ANNEXURE K

DEPARTMENT OF MINERAL RESOURCES

APPLICATIONS

:

The Director-General, Department of Mineral Resources, Private Bag X59,Arcadia,
0007, or hand delivered to 70 Mentjies and Schoeman Street, Trevenna Campus,
Sunnyside

CLOSING DATE

:

07 October 2011

FOR ATTENTION

:

Mr S Matlakala / Ms M Palare

NOTE

:

Applications should be on Z83, signed and dated and must be accompanied by a
comprehensive CV, and certified copies of qualifications as well as ID which are not
older than three months. Confirmation of final appointment will be subject to a positive
security clearance. Due to the large number of responses anticipated, correspondence
will be limited to short listed candidates only. Short listed candidates will be contacted
within three weeks after the closing date. All applications must be sent to the address
provided above, and Not to the specific region(s) NOTE: The successful candidates will
be required to sign a performance agreement within three (3) months of appointment.

OTHER POSTS

POST 38/81

:

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

SALARY

:

R221 058 per annum, Level 9

CENTRE

:

Polokwane (Limpopo)

REQUIREMENTS

:

An appropriate degree/ equivalent qualification with GIS or electronic mapping as a
subject coupled with appropriate experience PLUS. the following key competencies:
2Knowledge of In depth knowledge of Geographical Information Systems, Mine
Surveying and Geology, Mine Economics and Legal aspects of deeds registry.
Understanding of competitive mining investment environment and economic trends and
spatial proximity of rights granted and ensure rights granted are not
duplicated.2Skills:iAbility to record geographically coordinated information, to
recognize the quality of geographical information and to verify industry information to be
submitted in terms of mining performance requirements. 2Communication:iExcellent
verbal and written communication skills Ability to communicate at high level. iAbility to
provide general meaning advice by means of direct or written contact with supervisors
and clients. To ensure consistency in legislative compliance. 2Creativity:iAbility to be
proactive and innovative and effective in the process of problem solving and
improvement of productivity. Recommendation: Ability to work under pressure

DUTIES

:

Maintain of Mineral information database, Data integration, rendering advice to MLA
Section.i To advice the Regional Manager in identifying spatial overlapping,
compilation of reports for internal clients (NMPS, application received / granted,
refused). iTo ensure applications for mining and prospecting rights are geographically
recorded via NMPS (Spatial Linking) and to ensure that verified statistical and
re=source information is submitted to the assist appropriate components of the
department iTo assist with the running of an information Helpdesk, to monitor and
evaluate all information captured in the system and to people with configuration of their
computers, printers (Troubleshooting).i To assist with the compilation of SU reports on
NMPS. iTo provide training to Regional staff on operative use of NMPS.iTo assist
with verification of sketch plans before execution.iTo attend to all system related
problems.

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms N Dube 015 287 4704

POST 38/82

:

MINERAL LAWS ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

This is a re-advert; people who applied previously need not re-apply as their application
will be taken into consideration. Preference will be given to people living in KwaZulu
Natal.

SALARY

:

R 149 742 per annum, Level 7

CENTRE

:

Durban

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REQUIREMENTS

:

An appropriate Law Degree coupled with relevant experience, valid driver’s licence is
essential PLUS the following key competencies: 2Knowledge of: iIn depth knowledge
of Minerals & Petroleum Resources Development Act (28 of 2002) and the Mining
Charter iKnowledge of policies of the Department in relation to Mineral Regulation,
Mineral development, Mineral Rights and Black economic Empowerment.iBasic
Knowledge of Previous Mineral legislation and Administrative procedureiknowledge
regarding the impact of mining and related activities. 2Skills: iComputer skills, ability
to write submissions and write reportsiAbility to conduct meetings and act as mediator
between (aggressive) partiesiAbility to interprets maps 2Communication: iWell
developed communication skills and co-ordination 2Creativity: icreative thinking and
analytical abilityiInitiative – develop system and control measurements. iAbility to
work under pressure (beyond official hours) & travel long distances

DUTIES

:

Evaluate and process applications in terms of the MPRDA (i.e prospecting, mining and
related rights) iMake recommendations and draft submissions regarding the granting
of rights in terms of MPRDAiCarry out site inspections to ensure that terms and
conditions of granted rights are complied with.iAssist clients through the process of
administrative justice and rendering services at the help desk.iAssist with surface
usage application and evaluation of surface utilisation in relation to exploration of
MineralsiAttending meetings, workshops and forums

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms. NG Mtshali 031 335 9600

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ANNEXURE L

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

The Department of Public Works is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

APPLICATIONS

:

The Director General, Department of Public Works, Private Bag X65, Pretoria, 0001/
Cnr Bosman & Church Street Pretoria

FOR ATTENTION

:

Ms V Manzini

CLOSING DATE

:

Friday 30 September 2011 at 16h00

NOTE

:

Application should be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service
Department and must be accompanied by comprehensive CV, certified copies of
qualifications Identification Document, Academic Record, copies of Candidate
registration and Drivers licence. Should you not hear from us within two months, please
regard your application as unsuccessful. Please forward your application, quoting the
relevant reference number, to the address mentioned above. NB: No faxed or e-mail
applications will be accepted Note: All applications will be considered on merit; and the
department reserves the right not to make any appointment.
Opportunities in the young professional / management trainee programmes. The
National Department of Public Works manages the Young Professional Programme with
the aim of addressing shortages of critical and scarce skills within the built environment
through mentorship towards professional registration with relevant statutory councils.
The department currently has exciting opportunities for development towards
professional registration in the fields specified below; including Management Trainees
(technical trainees who participate in a structured programme in areas regarded as a
critical / core to the department); the training does not require professional registration.
Qualifying candidates are encouraged to apply.

OTHER POSTS

POST 38/83

:

YOUNG PROFESSIONAL: CONSTRUCTION AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT REF
NO: HCI/CPMYP/01/2011

SALARY

:

R340 068per annum

CENTRE

:

Head Office (Pretoria) and Regional Offices

REQUIREMENTS

:

B-Tech / B Degree in the Built Environment i.e. Architecture; Building Science, Quantity
Surveying, Building (with interest to pursue a career in Construction Project
Management) Candidate Registration with SACPCMP Drivers Licence 3 years of
relevant experience

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr. Donald Baikgaki 012 337 2126
Ms Thandeka Msibi 012 337 2058
Ms Nancy Makhado 012 337 2057

POST 38/84

:

YOUNG PROFESSIONAL: TOWN PLANNING REF NO: HCI/TPYP/01/2011

SALARY

:

R 277 338per annum

CENTRE

:

Head Office (Pretoria) and Regional Offices

REQUIREMENTS

:

Degree or B-Tech qualification in Town Planning Candidate Registration with SACPLAN
Drivers Licence 2 years of relevant experience

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr. Donald Baikgaki 012 337 2126
Ms Thandeka Msibi 012 337 2058
Ms Nancy Makhado 012 337 2057

POST 38/85

:

YOUNG PROFESSIONAL: ARCHITECTURE REF: HCI/AYP/01/2011

SALARY

:

R162 378-R 277 338 per annum

CENTRE

:

Head Office (Pretoria) and Regional Offices

REQUIREMENTS

:

BSc / Masters Degree in Architecture i.e. for 4 years minimum study in design
Registration with SACAP i.e. Technologist & Candidate Architect Drivers Licence 2
years of relevant experience

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr. Donald Baikgaki 012 337 2126
Ms Thandeka Msibi 012 337 2058

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Ms Nancy Makhado 012 337 2057

POST 38/86

:

CANDIDATE: QUANTITY SURVEYING REF: HCI/QSYP/01/2011

SALARY

:

R155 588-R277 338 per annum

CENTRE

:

Head Office (Pretoria) and Regional Offices

REQUIREMENTS

:

Minimum BSc / Honours Degree in Quantity Surveying Candidate Registration with
SACQSP Drivers Licence 1-2 years of relevant experience

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr. Donald Baikgaki 012 337 2126
Ms Thandeka Msibi 012 337 2058
Ms Nancy Makhado 012 337 2057

POST 38/87

:

YOUNG PROFESSIONAL: VALUATION REF: HCI/VYP/02/2011

SALARY

:

R142 314pa (Candidate Valuers passed workschool)
R174 117pa (Professional Associate Valuers)

CENTRE

:

Head Office (Pretoria) and Regional Offices

REQUIREMENTS

:

National Diploma or B-degree in Real Estate (major in Valuation having passed
Valuation III) Passed Work-School Candidate Registration with the South African
Council for the Property Valuers Profession (SACPVP) with a minimum 3 years work
experience, OR Professional Associate Valuer Registration with the South African
Council for the Property Valuers Profession (SACPVP) Drivers License 1-3 years
relevant experience

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr. Donald Baikgaki 012 337 2126
Ms Thandeka Msibi 012 337 2058
Ms Nancy Makhado 012 337 2057

POST 38/88

:

YOUNG PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING (CIVIL REF: HCI/CYP/01/2011)
(MECHANICAL REF: HCI/MYP/01/2011) / (ELECTRICAL REF: HCI/EYP/01/2011)
POWER ENGINEERING)

SALARY

:

R137 855 - R340 068per annum

CENTRE

:

Head Office (Pretoria) and Regional Offices

REQUIREMENTS

:

National Diploma / B-Tech Degree/ BSc Degree Candidate Registration with ECSA
(Candidate Technician, Candidate Technologist and Candidate Engineer) 1-3 years of
relevant experience Drivers Licence

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr. Donald Baikgaki 012 337 2126
Ms Thandeka Msibi 012 337 2058
Ms Nancy Makhado 012 337 2057

POST 38/89

:

YOUNG PROFESSIONAL: INTERIOR DESIGN REF NO: HCI/IDYP/01/2011

SALARY

:

R137 855per annum

CENTRE

:

Head Office (Pretoria) and Regional Offices

REQUIREMENTS

:

National Diploma in Interior Design Candidate registration with SACAP Drivers Licence
1-2 years relevant experience

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr. Donald Baikgaki 012 337 2126
Ms Thandeka Msibi 012 337 2058
Ms Nancy Makhado 012 337 2057

POST 38/90

:

MANAGEMENT TRAINEE: INVESTMENT ANALYSIS REF NO: HCI/IAMT/01/2011

SALARY

:

R113 658-174 118 per annum

REQUIREMENTS

:

Degree in Real Estate Investment and Finance / Property Economics / Project Finance
Competency in: property and property finance Drivers Licence 1-2 years relevant
experience

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr. Donald Baikgaki 012 337 2126
Ms Thandeka Msibi 012 337 2058
Ms Nancy Makhado 012 337 2057

POST 38/91

:

MANAGEMENT TRAINEE: INDUSTRY RESEARCH REF NO: HCI/IRMT/01/2011

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SALARY

:

R113 658-174 118 per annum

CENTRE

:

Head Office (Pretoria) and Regional Offices

REQUIREMENTS

:

Degree in Economics, Statistics / Research/ Built Environment Drivers Licence 1-2
Years relevant experience

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr. Donald Baikgaki 012 337 2126
Ms Thandeka Msibi 012 337 2058
Ms Nancy Makhado 012 337 2057

POST 38/92

:

MANAGEMENT

TRAINEE:

PROPERTY

MANAGEMENT

REF

NO:

HCI/PMMT/01/2011

SALARY

:

R113 658-174 118 per annum

CENTRE

:

Head Office (Pretoria) and Regional Offices

REQUIREMENTS

:

ND / B-Tech / B-Degree in Property Management / Real Estate Drivers Licence 1- 2
years relevant experience

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr. Donald Baikgaki 012 337 2126
Ms Thandeka Msibi 012 337 2058
Ms Nancy Makhado 012 337 2057

POST 38/93

:

MANAGEMENT TRAINEE: HORTICULTURE REF NO: HCI/HMT/01/2011

SALARY

:

R113 658 per annum

CENTRE

:

Head Office (Pretoria) and Regional Offices

REQUIREMENTS

:

ND: Horticulture 1-2 Years relevant experience Drivers Licence

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr. Donald Baikgaki 012 337 2126
Ms Thandeka Msibi 012 337 2058
Ms Nancy Makhado 012 337 2057

POST 38/94

:

MANAGEMENT TRAINEE: ASSET REGISTER MANAGEMENT REF NO:
HCI/ASMT/01/2011

SALARY

:

R113 658-174 118 per annum

CENTRE

:

Head Office (Pretoria) and Regional Offices

REQUIREMENTS

:

Degree in Real Estate / Property Management/ Town and Regional planner, Property
Law or Law or Assets Management 1-2 years relevant experience Drivers Licence

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr. Donald Baikgaki 012 337 2126
Ms Thandeka Msibi 012 337 2058
Ms Nancy Makhado 012 337 2057

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ANNEXURE M

DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

CLOSING DATE

:

30 September 2011

NOTE

:

Applications must be accompanied by a signed Z83 form and recent updated
comprehensive CV as well as original certified copies of all qualification and ID
document. All applicants must submit a letter of application, and applicants are
encouraged to submit their applications by e-mail (see below for details). Applications
are invited from all race groups and people with a disability. It is the responsibility of
applicants with foreign qualifications to have such verified by SAQA.

OTHER POSTS

POST 38/95

:

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

SALARY

:

All inclusive remuneration package: R434 505 All per annum

CENTRE

:

Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS

:

Bachelors degree in Organizational Development or relevant human resource
management discipline, coupled with 3-5 years of organisational development
experience as an Organisational Development Practitioner. *A certificate in
Management Advisory Service/Production Management will be an added advantage.
*Sound knowledge and understanding of legislation, policies/directives that inform
organisational development. *Policy formulation and implementation. *Working
experience of organisational design and staff establishment; and the job evaluation
using Equate system. *Sound experience of business process improvement, work-study
investigations and change management. *Good analytical skills, project management,
communication (verbal/writing), interpersonal skills. Knowledge of MS office including
Equate system. *Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.

DUTIES

:

The successful candidate will: *Perform work-study investigations, business process
improvement, organisational design, job analysis, and profiling and job evaluation.
*Develop and implement competency framework. *Develop, implement and manage
organisational development interventions e.g diagnostic surveys. *Develop, implement
and maintain change management processes. *Provide management advisory services
on organisational development and business improvement matters.

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms P Tomotomo, Tel (012) 843 6623

POST 38/96

:

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

SALARY

:

All inclusive remuneration package R434 505 p.a per annum

CENTRE

:

Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS

:

* A Bachelors degree in Library and Information Science, or Knowledge Management or
Management Information Systems. *3-4 years experience in databases development
and management. A background in indigenous knowledge systems *Proven record of
research and project management. *Demonstrated ability in managing research, large
databases and report writing. *Management, administrative, financial management and
strong communication skills. *Knowledge of Policy development, Intellectual Property,
Government policies and procedures as well as policy analysis and implementation.
*The incumbent should possess stakeholder analysis, management, communication,
strategy collaboration, planning, organising, technology application, computer, change
and risk management skills. *Ability to work independently as well as part of a team
that meets deadlines and expectations as well as working effectively across functional
groups to meet aggressive schedules. *Willingness to travel extensively.

DUTIES

:

The successful candidate will: *Develop and manage strategic and operational policies,
standards, procedures, and curatorial practices for the Information Infrastructure for
IKS. *Develop , maintain and interpret IKS data in the indigenous knowledge database
to inform policy development. *Develop and manage the knowledge management
infrastructure. *Develop and maintain a knowledge database of indigenous knowledge
holders and practitioners * Manage, develop and promote information and
communication products for indigenous knowledge systems specific projects. * Liaise

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and network with IKS institutions, Centres, Universities and Science Councils. Monitor
and evaluate progress.

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms C van Wyk Tel: (012) 843 6545

POST 38/97

:

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: GLOBAL PROJECTS

Sub-Programme: International Relations

SALARY

:

R434 505 (all-inclusive remuneration package)

CENTRE

:

Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS

:

An appropriate Bachelor's degree or equivalent qualification. This should be
supplemented by a minimum of two years relevant work experience Knowledge of
National Systems of Innovation. Knowledge of International Relations and International
Science Systems and policies. Knowledge of Government policy environment. Project
Management skills. Excellent Interpersonal relations. Good communication skills.
Administrative skills and negotiation skills. Strong report-writing skills and computer
literacy (in particular MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint), as well as coordinating skills are
also essential.

DUTIES

:

The successful applicant will be required to actively support: Promoting South Africa’s
efforts to host Global projects and initiatives. Supporting Africa’s bid to host the Square
Kilometre Array Radio Telescope. Promoting South African and African infrastructure
research partnerships with global research facilities. Project implementation support for
PAERIP (Promoting African-European Research Infrastructure Partnerships). The
operationalisation of mutually beneficial collaborative programmes; and promoting and
marketing of South Africa as a science and technology investment destination.

ENQUIRIES

:

Mr Takalani Nemaungani, tel. (012 843 6473)

POST 38/98

:

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

Sub-Programme: Multilateral Cooperation And Africa

SALARY

:

R149 742 per annual

CENTRE

:

Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS

:

3 years’ tertiary qualification. Must be computer literate MS Word, MS Excel and
PowerPoint, and least 2 years relevant experience. The incumbent must be able to work
independently, efficiently and under pressure. Must be accurate, have attention to
detail, innovative, and be creative with flair when dealing with people.

DUTIES

:

The successful candidate will provide general administrative support & perform other
adhoc duties as assigned. Maintain a database of events, assist in managing the
budget, and liaise with other government department as well as shareholders. The
incumbent will also be required to assist with events, draft routine correspondence and
process subsistence and travel advances.

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms P Motsoeneng, tel. (012 843 6817)

CLOSING DATE

:

30 September 2011

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ANNEXURE N

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

It is our intention to promote representivity (race, gender and disability) in the Public Service through the filling of
this post and candidates whose transfer / promotion/ appointment will promote representivity will receive
preference.

APPLICATIONS

:

The Director General, Department of Social Development, Private Bag X901, Pretoria,
0001, Physical Address: HSRC Building, 134 Pretorius Street

FOR ATTENTION

:

Ms J Malala

CLOSING DATE

:

07 October 2011

NOTE

:

A curriculum vitae with a detailed description of duties and the names of two referees
must accompany your application for employment. It will be required of the successful
candidate to undergo an appropriate security clearance. An indication in this regard
will facilitate the processing of applications. Applicants must please note that they will
be required to show proof of original qualifications during the selection process.
Correspondence will be limited to successful candidates only. If you have not been
contacted within three months after the closing date of this advertisement, please
accept that your application was unsuccessful. It is the applicant’s responsibility to
have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority
(SAQA). Short listed candidates must be prepared to undergo competency
assessment. “The Department of Social Development supports people with disabilities”.

OTHER POST

POST 38/99

:

SENIOR SECRETARY GRADE III

Chief Directorate: Financial Management And Administration

SALARY

:

R121 290 per annum

CENTRE

:

Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS

:

Grade 10 or equivalent Certificate PLUS extensive experience in the administrative/
secretarial field and/ or a Grade 12 or equivalent Certificate PLUS sufficient experience
in the administrative/secretarial field. Candidates on the shortlist will be required to
undergo a computer literacy/typing test to assess written communication skills.
Knowledge of document tracking, storage and retrieval. Knowledge of filing systems.
Knowledge of provisioning administration prescripts. Competencies needed: Planning
and organising skills. Ability to interpret directives. Interpersonal skills. Problem-
solving skills. Typing skills. Communication (written and verbal) skills. Cost
consciousness. Knowledge of document tracking, storage and retrieval. Ms Office
Suite. Knowledge of filing system. Telephone etiquette. Knowledge of provisioning
administration prescripts Attributes: Friendly. Confident. Accurate. Adaptable.
Independent. Ability to work under pressure and to cope with a high workload.

DUTIES

:

Key Responsibilities: Answer the telephone, make telephone calls and canalise
telephone calls to the relative unit. Receive clients or visitors. Arrange meetings,
workshops and appointments and provide administrative support. Manage the diary of
the Senior Manager. Arrange journeys and accommodation and compile and submit
subsistence and travel claims. Scan, manage and draft correspondence,
documentation, supporting registers and filing. Facilitate inputs for parliamentary
questions. Take notes, keep minutes and do typing. Coordinate financial inputs as
well as human resource management and human resource development matters. Act
as Chief User Clerk.

ENQUIRIES

:

Ms R Henning Tel: (012) 312-7780

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