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PROGRAMME MANAGER: CHANGE MANAGEMENT Basic Salary: R100 866 – R126 922 p.a. • Ref. HS 34/11
• Khayelitsha & Tygerberg Sub-District • Three-Year Contract Posts (X4)
TCOE: R608 783 – R823 048 p.a. • Ref. CS 23/11
Requirements: A qualification as Post-basic Pharmacist’s Assistant (Institutional Sector) • current
This role will see you managing a Change Management function within Strategic Human registration with the South African Pharmacy Council as Pharmacist’s Assistant (Post-basic) • at
Resources, developing and sustaining the framework and methodologies for application across least one year’s experience • interpersonal skills • effective written and verbal communication
the City of Cape Town; identifying and managing strategic projects aimed at accomplishing skills • administrative experience in a clinic and a Code EB driver’s licence will be an advantage.
the City’s change management goals and supporting strategic projects in respect of change Key Performance Areas: Assisting in managing and controlling pharmaceutical stock
management. by ordering, receiving and checking requisitions • storing of pharmaceutical products
As the ideal candidate you require a relevant professional qualification, and extensive • monitoring and maintaining stock • dispensing and checking of pharmaceutical products
experience in: • managing change in a highly diverse and preferably unionised environment and providing instructions regarding the use of medication • performing administrative
• project management • Human Resources Business processes • system implementation functions as required.
• strategy and business plan formulation • consulting experience would be advantageous. The Please forward your application to:
successful candidate will have the proven professional/behavioural competencies as required
Key responsibilities will include: Developing and implementing practices, programmes,
policy and systems in relation to Change Management • stakeholder engagement and
management • pro­mo­ting Change Management within the organisation • facili­ta­ting and TRAFFIC ENGINEERING (X4)
guiding the organisation through the cycles of change by creating awareness; soliciting buy-in Basic Salary: R241 633 – R260 975 p.a. • Ref. TRAMP 35/11
and ownership until sustainable performance is achieved • knowledge management. Requirements: B.Tech/NHDip/NDip in Civil Engineering • minimum five years’ experience in
Please forward your application to: traffic engineering • supervisory experience advantageous • a valid Code B driver’s licence.
Closing Date: 29 April 2011 Key Performance Areas: Assisting in the investigation of various traffic safety problems of
high complexity and investigating various traffic safety problems of medium to high complexity,
ELECTRICITY SERVICES and designing solutions to these problems • supervising the investigation of problems of low
complexity by technicians • assisting in the identification, investigation and design of complex
Finance & Commercial Revenue Management new traffic signal installations and improvements to the design and signal timing plans of
existing installations, as well as undertaking similar work of medium to high complexity and
SENIOR PROFESSIONAL OFFICER supervising similar work of low complexity by technicians • assisting with the drafting and
TCOE: R477 756 p.a. • Ref. ES 28/11 • Cape Town implementation of local area traffic management plans • assisting in the development of
Requirements: Relevant in Finance or equivalent diploma in Administration and practical and cost-effective solutions to localised transport network capacity problems • assisting
Finance • eight years’ diverse administrative experience, encompassing an above average in the identification, investigation and design of new traffic signs and road markings, as well as
knowledge of SAP-ISU or similar large computerised system • in-depth knowledge of improvements to existing signs and road markings.
Electricity and Finance Department’s billing and financial functions • in-depth knowledge of Please forward your application to:
Local Government Systems Act, Municipal Finance Management Act, Conditions of Service, Closing Date: 6 May 2011
Staff policy and other relevant legislation • valid Code EB driver’s licence.
Key Performance Areas: Managing the daily operations around the disconnection and WATER & SANITATION
reconnection of electricity supplies in the Cape Metropolitan Area • interacting with debtors
where large amounts are outstanding to discuss settlement, resolve problems and ensure
good business actions are maintained • ensuring that due process is followed on liquidations Basic Salary: R241 633 p.a. • Ref. WS 39/11
and legal actions • conducting special investigations into debtor records to analyse debt, Requirements: Diploma in Civil Engineering/Water • at least eight years’
implement programmes and strategies to achieve optimum debt recovery and support appropriate experience • ability to manage technical people and an understanding of engineering
corporate initiatives • implementing and monitoring the required controls and procedures concepts, systems and processes in order to evaluate services plans • knowledge of: tenders
to ensure sound business, human resource practices and compliance with Corporate Policy, and contracts, relevant legislation, regulations, policy and procedures; legislative procedures
Conditions of Service and relevant legislation. with respect to consulting and project management; financial management; Water & Sanitation
Please forward your application to: discipline • planning and organising skills • effective oral/written communication • valid Code
B driver’s licence.
Closing Date: 29 April 2011
Key Performance Areas: Undertaking and co-coordinating bulk infrastructure master planning
• liaison with Town Planners regarding proposed developments and determine bulk services
INFORMATION SYSTEMS & TECHNOLOGY requirements • procuring the services of a master planning consultant and participating in the
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER planning process • discussions with developers and their consultants regarding development
plans, providing bulk services information as well as services standards and technical requirements
TCOE: R440 179 – R597 145 p.a. • Ref. CS 24/11
• responsible for capital expansion • determining priorities for annual capital budget form
Requirements: A three-year tertiary qualification and/or product specific certification master planning and infrastructure replacement programmes • assisting depots with technical
• at least six years’ relevant IT experience of which at least five years consists of project aspects of reservoir, pump stations and infrastructure maintenance • management of financial
management experience, preferably in applications development • knowledge of GIS would administration and capital projects • interacting with consumers, councilors and developers.
be advantageous.
Please forward your application to:
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Closing Date: 29 April 2011
Closing Date: 29 April 2011
CITY HEALTH Facilities Management
Basic Salary: R241 633 – R260 975 p.a. • Ref. HS 33/11 • Khayelitsha Sub-District & Basic Salary: R130 028 p.a. • Ref. STS 12/11
Western Sub-District (Langa Clinic) • 3-Year Contract Posts (X4) Requirements: Three years’ relevant post apprenticeship expe­rience • relevant trade Certificate
Requirements: DipPharm or B.Pharmacy degree • current regis­tra­tion with the South African • valid Code B driver’s licence • Wireman’s Licence would be considered an advantage • knowl­
Pharmacy Council as a Pharmacist • at least three years’ experience, preferably in the primary edge of SANS and OHAS Regulations.
health care environment • sound knowledge of current medicines and the essential drug list Key Performance Areas: Interpreting and co-ordinating specific pre-work/site requirements with
• proven interpersonal and administrative skills • an eye for detail • integrity. regard to installation, repairs, planned and predictive maintenance sequences and guiding the
Key Performance Areas: Ensuring a legally compliant pharmacy by adhering to the activities of personnel • co-ordinating activities associated with construction, maintenance and
provisions of the Pharmacy Act, as well as ensuring efficient drug management • performing installation tasks as applicable to medium/low voltage electrical installations • co-coordinating
stock control • implementing drug management policies and procedures • general day-to-day activities and sequences associated with maintaining the functionality of medium/low voltage
management of the pharmacy • mentoring and in-service tutoring • monitoring drug usage electrical installations • co-coordinating activities/sequences associated with trouble shooting/
and keeping the Clinic Manager informed of budget trends and locum requirements. fault finding and repairing to medium/low voltage reticulation and electrical systems.
Please forward your application to: Please forward your application to:

Please forward a comprehensive CV and covering letter, including a certified copy of your Identity Document via e-mail, to the relevant e-mail address as indicated,
or to the Department of Strategic Human Resources, P.O. Box 298, Cape Town 8000.
Kindly note that applications will not be acknowledged in writing and that copies of supporting documents will not be returned.
Please quote the reference number of the vacancy in all communications. Certified copies of qualifications must be available on request.
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Closing Date: 26 April 2011, unless otherwise stated. No late applications will be considered.
If no notification of appointment is received within two months of the closing date, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.