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DATE OF ISSUE: 04 MARCH 2016 TO ALL HEADS OF NATIONAL DEPARTMENTS/PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATIONS/ PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENTS/GOVERNMENT COMPONENTS PUBLIC SERVICE VACANCY CIRCULAR NO 09 OF 2016 1. Introduction 1.2 The aim of this Circular is not only to distribute advertisements of vacancies to departments and employees throughout the Public Service, but also to facilitate the deployment of employees who are in excess. 1.3 As regards the latter issue, National Departments/Provincial Administrations and Government Components are called upon to give serious consideration during the filling of vacancies to the absorption of employees who have been declared in excess if they apply. 2. Directions to candidates 2.1 Applications on form Z83 with full particulars of the applicants’ training, qualifications, competencies, knowledge and experience (on a separate sheet if necessary or a CV) must be forwarded to the National Department/Provincial Administration/Government Component in which the vacancy/vacancies exist(s). 2.2 Applicants must indicate the reference number of the vacancy in their applications. 2.3 Applicants requiring additional information regarding an advertised post, must direct their enquiries to the National Department/Provincial Administration/Government Component where the vacancy exists. The Department of Public Service and Administration must not be approached for such information. 2.4 Applications should be forwarded in time to the advertising department since applications received after the applicable closing date will not be accepted. 2.5 Considering the aim of this Circular (see paragraph 1.1 above), advertisements contained herein are meant for the attention/perusal of serving employees only. Persons not employed in the Public Service may thus not apply for the vacancies advertised in this Circular, except if the relevant department has extended the scope of its recruitment initiative to persons not employed in the Public Service, in which case the relevant vacancy will have been advertised through other means such as the media. (Clarity in this regard can be obtained from the relevant advertising National Department/Provincial Administration/Government Component). 3. Directions to National Departments/Provincial Administrations/Government Components 3.1 The contents of this Circular must be brought to the attention of all employees. 3.2 It must be ensured that employees declared in excess are informed of the advertised vacancies. Potential candidates from the excess group must be assisted in applying timeously for vacancies and attending where applicable, interviews. 4 Directions to National Departments/Provincial Administrations/Government Components in which vacancies exist 4.1 Where vacancies have been identified to promote representativeness, the measures contained in Chapter 1, Part III. D2 of the Public Service Regulations, 2001 must be complied with. Advertisements for such vacancies should state that it is intended to promote representativeness through the filling of the vacancy and that the candidature of persons whose transfer/appointment will promote representativeness, will receive preference. 4.2 Candidates must be assessed and selected in accordance with the relevant measures contained in Chapter 1, Part VII. D of the Public Service Regulations, 2001. AMENDMENTS : Department of International Relations and Cooperation: Kindly note that the posts of Courier: Mission & Information Security (2 posts), advertised in PSVC 08 of 2016, have been withdrawn. Department of E-Government: Kindly note that the post of Deputy Director: Debt Management with REF NO: 000386 (post 08/121), advertised in PSVC 08 of 2016, the correct salary is R569 538 per annum (all inclusive package). 2 INDEX NATIONAL DEPARTMENTS NATIONAL DEPARTMENT ANNEXURE PAGES AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES A 03 – 06 ARTS AND CULTURE B 07 BASIC EDUCATION C 08 – 11 CIVILIAN SECRETARIAT FOR POLICE SERVICE D 12 – 14 DEFENCE E 15 – 21 ENERGY F 22 ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS G 23 – 28 OFFICE OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE H 29 – 32 PUBLIC SERVICE AND ADMINISTRATION I 33 PUBLIC WORKS J 34 – 35 TRANSPORT K 36 – 37 WATER AND SANITATION L 38 – 41 PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATIONS PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION ANNEXURE PAGES EASTERN CAPE M 42 – 47 GAUTENG N 48 – 71 KWAZULU-NATAL O 72 – 73 WESTERN CAPE P 74 – 75 3 ANNEXURE A DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES It is the Department’s intention to promote equity through the filling of posts, according to set Employment Equity targets. To facilitate this process successfully, an indication of race, gender and disability status is required APPLICATIONS : Human Communications has been retained to handle all responses. Please forward your application, quoting the relevant reference number, to PO Box 1305, Rivonia 2128 or hand deliver at 3 Autumn Street, Rivonia, or you can apply online at www.humanjobs.co.za Applications can also be submitted electronically to Human Communications via the e-mail or fax number indicated at each post or hand delivered at any one of the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries offices as indicated below (please place in the blue box marked for applications). ENQUIRIES: Naomi Nortje, tel. (011) 257-8012 Gauteng: Reception, Agriculture Place, 20 Steve Biko Street (formerly Beatrix Street), Arcadia, Pretoria KwaZulu-Natal: Reception (5th Floor), Old Mutual Building, 185 Langalibalele Street, Pietermaritzburg Limpopo: Reception (Ground Floor), Magistrates Building, 103 cnr Landdros and Munnik Streets, Makhado Mpumalanga: Reception (2nd Floor), Permanent Building, 27 Brown Street, Nelspruit Eastern Cape: King William’s Town: Reception (Ground Floor), Old SABC Building, 2 Hargreaves Avenue Mthatha: Reception (3rd Floor), PRD Building, Sutherland Street Western Cape: Cape Town: Reception (Ground Floor), Foretrust Building, 3 Martin Hammerschlag Way, Foreshore Stellenbosch: Reception (Support Building), Quarantine Station, Polkadraai Road CLOSING DATE : 18 March 2016 and (1 April 2016 only for State Veterinarian (Ref: 75/2016) NOTE : Applications must be submitted on a Z83 Form, obtainable from any Public Service department or on the Internet at http://www.daff.co.za/doaDev/doc/Z83.pdf which must be signed and dated (an unsigned Z83 form will disqualify an application) and should be accompanied by a recently updated, comprehensive CV as well as copies of all qualification(s) (Matric Certificate must also be attached) and ID document and driver’s licence (where applicable). Non-RSA Citizens/Permanent Resident Permit Holders must attach a copy of their Permanent Residence Permits to their application. Should you be in possession of a foreign qualification, it must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). 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 three (3) months of the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Suitable candidates will be subjected to personnel suitability checks (criminal record check, citizenship verification, financial/asset record check, qualification/study verification and previous employment verification). Successful candidates will also be subjected to security clearance processes. Where applicable, candidates will be subjected to a skills/knowledge test. Successful candidates will be appointed on a probation period of twelve (12) months. The Department reserves the right not to make appointment(s) to the advertised post(s). Applications submitted via e-mail, fax or online must include the post title and reference number in the subject line and a scanned, signed and dated Z83 form (a Z83 form without a physical signature and date will disqualify an application) together with all relevant documents as indicated above. Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. OTHER POSTS POST 09/01 : STATE VETERINARIAN REF NO: 75/2016 Directorate: Animal Health SALARY : R569 538 per annum (all-inclusive package) CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : A BVSc or a BVMCh degree. Compulsory registration with the South African Veterinary Council as a Veterinarian. Sound knowledge of animal diseases control with special references to State-controlled and vector borne diseases. Good verbal and written communication skills. Proven computer literacy in MS Office software (Word, Excel and Outlook). A valid driver’s licence. 4 DUTIES : Develop and formulate policies, norms, standards and legislation for the prevention and control of animal diseases as well as the implementation and (law) enforcement of the Animal Diseases Act, 35 of 1984 and accompanying Regulations including liaison with relevant role-players and stakeholders. Contribute to an efficient and comprehensive risk analysis service with regard to animal diseases (risk assessments, risk management and risk communication) including the development and facilitation of specific animal disease surveillance programmes and contingency plans. Provide general assistance to the Deputy Director with regard to management of office, administration, personnel, budget etc., including the compilation of reports from the Sub-directorate and mentoring of junior officials with regard to general and specialised functions. Coordinate, administer, facilitate, analyse and amend all Animal Health Schemes, including bovine tuberculosis, bovine brucellosis and any other future proposals. Liaise with the Sub-directorate: Epidemiology regarding programmes and databases for animal disease control and surveillance. Develop, coordinate and administer auditing programmes for national and provincial animal disease control measures. Liaise with the Sub-directorate: Epidemiology and Communication Departments and coordinate formal and informal training programmes for State Veterinarians from the national and provincial directorates. Monitor and analyse all legislation with relevance to Animal Health and Animal Disease Control, liaise with Legal Services as required and prepare the authorisations of officials under the Animal Diseases/Health Act. Prepare amendments to the Animal Diseases/Health Act and Regulations and advise regarding all legal implications of animal disease control measures. Coordinate law enforcement and other legal activities with regard to animal disease control. Monitor and analyse OIE, CODEX and SPS agreements for possible impacts on animal disease control in South Africa and coordinate the response to international questionnaires regarding animal disease control matters. ENQUIRIES : Dr M. Maja, tel. (012) 319-7456 APPLICATIONS : daff1@humanjobs.co.za or fax: 086 762 2863 CLOSING DATE : 1 April 2016 (for this post only) POST 09/02 : ICT SPECIALIST: SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR REF NO: 83/2016 Directorate: ICT: Service Strategy and Systems SALARY : R569 538 per annum (all-inclusive package) CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : A Bachelor’s degree/National Diploma in Computer Sciences/Information Technology/Information Systems. Experience in database administration e.g. INFORMIX and MS SQL and/or MySQL (you are required to submit a statement of results). Extensive experience in a database management system. The ability to plan, design and develop databases. The ability to write and produce quality reports. Create and implement scripts. Implement data backup and recovery plans. Manage data (in terms of integrity, reliability and non-redundancy). Communicate thoughts, ideas, requirements and complex specifications into an understandable format (management report writing). Interact, network and communicate with roleplayers and stakeholders on diverse professional and managerial levels. DUTIES : Monitor the departmental ICT environment and strategies. Conduct research to provide solutions to the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF), PDAs, other national departments specifically with regard to ICT development, maintenance, implementation integration as well as data integrity and security. Identify, evaluate and contribute governmental and departmental policies, strategies, standards as well as new information technologies and determine suitability for application or implementation or adaptation to suit the departmental ICT enabling environment. Identify opportunities and gaps (funding, partnerships, joint ventures, capacity planning and forecasting) in the ICT environment that when addressed will be to the betterment of the department and its strategic objectives related to ICT development and maintenance. Provide specialist advice and support to the project team, management and subordinates with regard to the database designs and development of systems. Provide an effective and efficient IT service to clients and stakeholders. Establish the needs of users and monitor user access and security on DAFF systems. Monitor performance and manage parameters to provide fast query responses to ‘front end’ users. Map out the conceptual design for a planned database in outline. Consider both ‘back end’ organisation of data and ‘front end’ accessibility for end users. Refine the logical design so that it can be translated into a specific data model and to further refine the physical design to meet system storage requirement. Accept responsibility for installation, testing, upgrading and relocation of database management systems, 5 equipment and components to ensure a workable ICT environment. Maintain data standards, including adherence to the Data Protection Act. Write database documentation, including data standards, procedures and definitions for the data dictionary (metadata). Contribute to development of ICT policy and strategy relating to data of the department as well as other provincial and national departments. Develop, manage and test backup and recovery plans, ensuring that storage, archiving backup and recovery procedures are functioning correctly. Research new technologies/products and market directions and make recommendations on the feasibility thereof. Provide management reports on database management system and related projects, tasks and activities (System Development as well as improvement implemented). Work closely with IT project managers, database programmers, system developers, business analyst and web developers. Communicate regularly with technical, applications and operational staff to ensure database integrity and security. ENQUIRIES : Ms M. Boois, tel. (021) 402-3285 APPLICATIONS : daff2@humanjobs.co.za or fax: 086 762 2864 NOTE : All short-listed candidates will be subjected to skills test. This post is subject to job rotation and enrichment. POST 09/03 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT REF NO: 84/2016 Directorate: Employee Development and Performance Management SALARY : R289 761 per annum CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : A National Diploma or Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management and/or Human Resources Development. A minimum experience in Human Resources Management, Human Resource Development and performance management and development environment as a minimum. Knowledge of relevant legislation (Public Service Regulations, Skills Development Act, Basic Condition of Employment Act, National Skills Development Strategy, Employment Equity Act and the Labour Relations Act). Computer literacy in MS Office software (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook). Good presentation and interpersonal relations. Good communication skills (verbal and written). Planning and organisational skills. A valid driver’s licence and willingness to travel. DUTIES : Coordinate the performance management and development systems of all employees in the Department. Provide training, support and advice to employees in the departmental offices on PMDS. Analyse trends on implementation of PMDS and assist with improvement strategies. Provide secretariat support to the Moderation Committee and Appeals Committee. Ensure compliance with SMS PMDS policy and regulations. Conduct qualitative assessment on SMS Member’s performance agreements. Provide administrative support services on PMDS. Prepare performance reports quarterly and annually for the Department. Assess the impact of seminars/workshops on performance management. ENQUIRIES : Mr B. Bilankulu, tel. (012) 319-8094 APPLICATIONS : daff3@humanjobs.co.za or fax: 086 762 2894 POST 09/04 : HEALTH PROMOTION OFFICER REF NO: 44/2016 Directorate: Employee Development and Performance Management SALARY : R243 747 per annum CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : A National Diploma or degree in Nursing or Environmental Health. Experience in environmental health, nursing or a health-related field. Computer literacy. A valid driver’s licence. Knowledge and understanding of the Employee Health and Wellness Framework. Monitoring and evaluation skills. Report-writing skills. Extensive travelling. DUTIES : Participate in the development and implementation of HIV & AIDS and TB and health promotion policies and guidelines. Coordinate health promotion awareness campaigns and orientation programmes including the development of Information, Education and Communication (IEC) material. Analyse and identify health risks/risk factors related to communicable and non-communicable diseases to reduce the impact on productivity and/or man hours lost. Coordinate transversal health and wellness programmes and interventions. Provide care and support to emergency incidents or accidents and ensure prevention of reoccurrence. Render advisory services on matters related to health promotion and disease management. Liaise with other departments and/or stakeholders in the health and wellness field of work. 6 ENQUIRIES : Ms M. Lengana, tel. (012) 319-7170 APPLICATIONS : daff4@humanjobs.co.za or fax: 086 762 2910 POST 09/05 : SCIENTIFIC TECHNICIAN PRODUCTION GRADE A-C REF NO: 74/2016 2 POSTS Directorate: Agriculture Inputs Control SALARY : R237 702 – R364 377 per annum CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : A National Diploma in Science or Bachelor’s (BSc) degree with Animal Health/Science/Nutrition as major subject(s) (you are required to furnish a credit certificate and/or statement of results). Compulsory registration (or proof of your application for registration) with the South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions (SACNASP) as a Certificated Natural Scientist. 3 years’ postqualification scientific experience. Knowledge of and experience in programme and project management, scientific methodologies and models. The ability to do research and develop independently. Knowledge of legal compliance. Technical report-writing skills (ability to prepare and present reports), data analysis (high analytical skills) as well as presentation and mentoring skills. Knowledge of the interpretation of the Fertiliser, Farm Feeds, Agricultural Remedies and Stock Remedies Act, 1947 (Act No 36 of 1947). Computer literacy in MS Office software. DUTIES : Evaluate and review scientific data to support the minor registrations of farm feeds and stock remedies. Perform scientific verification and screening of registration applications. Prepare and provide written technical evaluation reports. Ensure that scientific trials are designed, conducted and interpreted in a sound scientific manner. Assist in the development of new policies, programmes and processes relating to the registration of farm feeds and stock remedies including the preparation of guidelines, manuals and scientific and technical reports on the regulation of these products. Participate in national and international activities to facilitate harmonisation of testing and evaluation procedures. Create public awareness of the regulation of farm feeds and stock remedies. Liaise with relevant bodies/councils, industry, government departments and other stakeholders on science and regulatory-related matters. File and maintain database. ENQUIRIES : Ms T. Banda, tel. (012) 319-6837 APPLICATIONS : daff5@humanjobs.co.za or fax: 086 762 2920 NOTE : Candidates will be subjected to a skills/knowledge test. 7 ANNEXURE B DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND CULTURE The Department of Arts and Culture is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer and it is its intention to promote representatively in the Public Sector through the filling to this post. Persons whose transfer / promotion / appointment will promote representatively will therefore receive preference. An indication in this regard will expedite the processing of applications APPLICATIONS : Please forward your application, quoting the relevant reference number and the number and the name of this publication to: The Chief Director: Human Resource Management, Department of Arts and Culture, Private Bag X897, Pretoria, 0001. Applications can also be hand delivered to the Department of Arts and Culture, Kingsley Centre, 2nd Floor, Cnr Stanza Bopape and Steve Biko, Arcadia, Pretoria CLOSING DATE : 18 March 2016 NOTE : Applications are hereby invited from suitably and qualified person to apply for the following post(s). Applications must be submitted on Form Z83, obtainable from any Government department or online at www.gov.za. All sections of the Z83 must be completed and signed and the application form should be accompanied by a comprehensive CV (including two recent and contactable referees) and Original Certified Copies of the applicant’s ID and educational qualifications. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA) prior to the selection process. Applicants applying for more than one post must submit a separate form Z83 (as well as the documentation mentioned above) in respect of each post being applied for. If an applicant wishes to withdraw an application it must be done in writing. Failure to submit the required documentation will automatically disqualify applications. No faxes or e-mails will be accepted. The Department reserves the right not to fill the above-mentioned post(s). The successful candidate will be required to enter into an employment contract and sign an annual performance agreement. All shortlisted candidates will be subjected to personnel suitability checks and the successful candidate will have to undergo full security vetting. All applicants are required to declare any conflict or perceived conflict of interest. All applicants are required to disclose memberships of boards and directorships that they may be associated with. The successful candidate will have to annually disclose his/her financial interests. Identified candidate(s) will be subjected to a Government specific competency assessment. OTHER POST POST 09/06 : SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK REF NO: DAC/16/01 SALARY : R132 399 per annum, Level 5 CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : The applicants must be in possession of a Senior Certificate, relevant experience in finance will be an added advantage, knowledge of BAS and PERSAL, knowledge and understanding of the Treasury Regulations, PFMA AND SCOA, and be computer literate. DUTIES : Assist with checking and capturing of the travel and subsistence advances and claims, clearing of the suspense accounts, payroll administration and reconciliation, process all salaries related transactions, Recall of salaries with the reserve bank, distribution of salary advices and IRP5 certificates and filling of all batches with Internal control. ENQUIRIES : Ms N Ngcama, Tel, 012 441 3430 8 ANNEXURE C DEPARTMENT OF BASIC EDUCATION The Department of Basic Education is committed to providing equal opportunities and practicing affirmative action employment. It is our intention to promote representivity (race, gender, disability) in the Department through filling of these posts and candidates whose transfer, promotion, or appointment will promote representivity will receive preference. Preference will firstly be given to excess employees and secondly to current Public Service employees. APPLICATIONS : Department of Basic Education, and submitted via post to: Private Bag X895, Pretoria, 0001 or hand-deliver to: The Department of Basic Education, 222 Struben Street, Pretoria. Please visit the Department of Education’s website at www.education.gov.za or the Department of Public Service and Administration vacancy circulars at www.dpsa.gov.za FOR ATTENTION : Ms M Thubane CLOSING DATE : 18 March 2016 NOTE : Applications must be submitted on Form Z83 obtainable from any Public Service Department and must be accompanied by a comprehensive CV and certified copies of ID and qualifications. NB as of 1st July 2006, all new appointments in the public service have to be part of the Government Employee Medical Scheme (GEMS) in order to qualify for a Government Medical Subsidy. Correspondence Will Only Be Entered Into With Short-Listed Applicants. Short-listed candidates will be required to undertake a writing test as part of the interview process. Applications received after the closing date, e-mailed or faxed applications will not be considered. MANAGEMENT ECHELON POST 09/07 : ASIDI PROGRAMME DIRECTOR REF NO: 125249/3 3 Years fixed contract Branch: Infrastructure SALARY : All-Inclusive remuneration package of R1 042 500 per annum CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : A Bachelors degree or equivalent qualification in the built environment (e.g. Engineer, Architect, or Quantity Surveyor);A post-graduate degree in the relevant field will be an added advantage; At least 15 years of experience being active in the relevant professional field; Member of a Professional Body for the relevant area of expertise; Registered as a Professional Practitioner with the relevant Professional Body; Qualification as a Professional Project/Programme Manager with either PMP, PRINCE2 or MSc in Project/Programme Management; Has a proven experience and track record of managing and leading project teams. The Programme Director for the Accelerated Schools Infrastructure Development Initiative (ASIDI)is accountable to the Head of the Department of Basic Education. The primary objective of the ASIDI Programme Director is to act as the central coordinator and manager of all the activities associated with the ASIDI Programme, including managing the members of the ASIDI Project Team and to ensure speedy and successful delivery of all the identified and duly approved projects under the ASIDI Programme. In pursuit of this primary objective, the ASIDI Programme Director would be required to undertake the following: DUTIES : Develop and implement a comprehensive strategy for the ASIDI Programme; Develop, ensure periodic review and effective implementation of the Infrastructure Programme Management Programme (IPMP) for the ASIDI Programme; Lead the process of setting Annual Targets for each of the sub-programmes of the ASIDI Programme, ensure their realisation and report on the progress; Manage the database of all the duly approved ASIDI projects, review proposed changes and effect any duly approved changes to this project list; Identify resource requirements for the ASIDI Programme and make recommendations of such to the Head of Infrastructure; Identify and implement any relevant ICT Systems that will ensure effective and efficient planning, monitoring and management of the ASIDI Programme; Identify strategic and contextual issues that might affect the effective and successful implementation of the ASIDI Programme, including any necessary process improvements and advise the Head of Infrastructure of such timeously;Prepare and present quality, reliable and authentic Monthly Progress Reports, Quarterly Reports, Update Reports and any other reports that might be required by various internal and external management structures and stakeholders; Provide responses to Parliamentary Questions and to various stakeholder groups, 9 interest groups, and members of general public responding to questions, queries and updates that might be required; Develop and implement Stakeholder Management Plan, the Risk Management and Quality Management Plan for the ASIDI Programme; Effectively manage, guide, coach and cause to account all the ASIDI Team Members (who include the ASIDI Project Managers, Project Accounting Personnel) as their Line Manager; Develop performance targets for all the ASIDI Team Members aligning them to the ASIDI Programme Objectives and Annual Targets, and conduct regular performance reviews; Hold monthly meetings with the ASIDI Team thus ensuring corporate alignment, that areas of collaboration among the ASIDI Team Members and other Units are addressed and assess progress in various areas of performance; Review, as part of the quality control process, all the Programme related submissions tabled by the Programme Support Unit (PSU), Project Managers, and ASIDI Project Accountant, ensuring their technical soundness and correctness; Ensure that all the audit related requests and audit queries arising either from the DBE’s Internal Audit and/or from the Auditor General are responded to satisfactorily, professionally, in full and timeously within the requested response period; Effectively monitor the activities of the PSU thereby ensuring effective contracts management; Identify, define and agree on the performance areas of the PSU per their Memorandum of Agreement (MoA); Initiate and carry out, together with the Head of Infrastructure, the Quarterly Performance reviews of the PSU on the identified performance areas;Chair the Contract Management Meetings between the DBE and the PSU;Chair the Technical Committee Meetings between the DBE and the ASIDI Implementing Agents;Coordinate the process of developing and periodic review of prototype standard designs for all the ASIDI projects; Lead the process of prioritising ASIDI projects to be implemented in any given financial year (FY), within the allocated budget; Monitor MoA’s between the DBE and various Implementing Agents thereby ensuring effective contracts management; Ensure development of effective document and information management and control system and processes for the ASIDI Programme; ENQUIRIES : Ms M Thubane (012) 357 3297 POST 09/08 : DIRECTOR: ENGINEERING PLANNING SERVICES REF NO: 125249/2 3 Years fixed contract Branch: Infrastructure SALARY : All-Inclusive remuneration package of R864 177 per annum CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : A Bachelors degree or equivalent qualification in the built environment (e.g. Engineer, Architect, or Quantity Surveyor);A post-graduate degree in a relevant field of study; At least 10 years of experience being active in the relevant professional field; Member of a Professional Body for the relevant area of expertise; Registered as a Professional Practitioner with the relevant Professional Body; Qualification as a Professional Project Manager with either PMP, PRINCE2 or MSc in Project Management; Experiences in leading and managing multi-disciplinary teams; Proven track record on strategy development; The Director: Engineering Planning Services is accountable to the Head of Infrastructure of the Department of Basic Education. The primary objective of the Director: Engineering Planning Services is to provide assistance on strategic planning processes of the Infrastructure Branch of the Department of Basic Education on matters pertaining to the provision of education infrastructure including providing technical guidance on the ASIDI Projects and other infrastructure projects that are affected by the School Rationalisation Process. In pursuit of this objective, the Director: Engineering Planning Services would be required to undertake the following: DUTIES : Collation and synthesis of information to inform the strategy development process and long-term planning processes, leading to the modification of the Education Sector Plan on Infrastructure; Assist with the process of developing and monitoring implementation of education infrastructure sector strategy and the associated medium and long-term plans; Collate desk-top information and liaise with relevant stakeholders leading to the development of various Norms and Standards on the provision of education infrastructure; Lead various focus working groups in facilitating inputs into various Norms and Standards documents that need to be developed; Develop cost norms on the provision of education facilities, liaise with critical stakeholders, monitor their implementation and provide necessary updates; Study and monitor scholar migration patterns, carry out scenario planning and advise on the planning processes in the provision of infrastructure; Monitor and report on the contextual environmental changes and advise on the necessary 10 modifications on the sector strategy and sector plans; Co-ordinate the activities of various government departments that have an impact on, that provide ancillary services, and provide complementary infrastructure to education facilities, thereby establishing the Intergovernmental Focus Group on Education Infrastructure; Liaise with Provincial Education Departments, relevant government departments, academics, private sector, non-government organisations and professionals in the built environment on issues of progressive development on education infrastructure; Lead research activities and policy development processes pertaining to education infrastructure; Prepare necessary reports and strategy and planning documents as directed by the Head of Infrastructure. ENQUIRIES : Ms M Thubane (012) 357 3297 POST 09/09 : DIRECTOR: PROJECT MANAGER REF NO: 125249/4 3 Years fixed contract Branch: Infrastructure SALARY : All-Inclusive remuneration package of R864 177 per annum CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : The Project Manager for the Accelerated Schools Infrastructure Development Initiative (ASIDI) reports to the ASIDI Programme Director and is accountable to the Head of Infrastructure of the Department of Basic Education. The primary objective of the ASIDI Project Manager is to ensure effective management of various Implementing Agents that are appointed on the ASIDI Programme and to ensure speedy and successful implementation of all the projects assigned to him/her under the ASIDI Programme. In pursuit of this primary objective, the ASIDI Project Manager would be required to undertake the following: A Bachelors degree or equivalent qualification in the built environment (e.g. Engineer, Architect, or Quantity Surveyor);At least 10 years of experience being active in the relevant professional field; Member of a Professional Body for the relevant area of expertise; Registered as a Professional Practitioner with the relevant Professional Body; Qualification as a Professional Project Manager with either PMP, PRINCE2 or MSc in Project Management; Proven track record of effectively managing a number of infrastructure projects simultaneously; Proven track record of managing project teams. DUTIES : Manage the Implementing Agents (IAs) assigned to him/her in line with the Infrastructure Programme Management Programme (IPMP) for the ASIDI Programme; Manage the development, approval and implementation of the Infrastructure Project Implementation Plans (IPIPs) that incorporate all the relevant project management subsidiary plans that will be prepared by the IAs assigned to him/her; Chair the Project Steering Committee Meetings for the projects assigned to him/her, ensuring that this structure is functional and effective; Ensure that all the projects are implemented in line with project management best practices and adhering to the requirements of the Infrastructure Delivery Management System (IDMS); Closely monitor, report on and ensure realisation of the project controls and realisation of the identified project acceptance criteria; Closely manage all the elements informing and enabling effective Earned Value Management, including the development and review of meaningful Planned Value Curves, Actual Value Realised and Cashflow Projections based on the identified work packages on the Work Breakdown Structure; Ensure that all the deliverables for each project are realised to achieve the objectives of the ASIDI Programme, without negating the Safety, Health & Environmental (SHE) issues and the socio-economic imperatives; Report regularly on the progress towards realisation of the ASIDI targets associated with the projects he/she is managing, as set by the ASIDI Programme Director; Assist the IAs in resolving inter-governmental blockages;Monitor and manage Ensure that proper project documentation in line with Project Management Best Practices is developed and filed accordingly by the IAs and is easily accessible during audits ;Ensure that IAs follow due procurement processes in line with the requirements of the applicable legislation;Monitor the performance of the IAs on Project Management processes followed, Contracts Management processes and effective Financial Management processes and controls; Ensure that conditions of the Memoranda of Agreement (MoA) between the DBE and the IAs are adhered to at all times; Provide necessary information timeously to the ASIDI Programme Director to enable packaging of various reports and responses that might be required by various stakeholders (internal and external) from time to time; Process timeously, exercising professional judgement and due care on all the requests submitted to him/her by the members of the Project Support Unit (PSU) and by the IAs; Monitor the management of various Services Providers appointed by the IAs, 11 ensuring that their requests, queries and issues raised and attended to on time and that they are paid on time. ENQUIRIES : Ms M Thubane (012) 357 3297 12 ANNEXURE D CIVILIAN SECRETARIAT FOR POLICE SERVICE The Civilian Secretariat for Police Service is an equal opportunity, and gender sensitive employer and it is the intention to promote representivity in the Public Service through the filling of these post. The Secretariat for Police Services is committed to the achievement and maintenance of diversity and equity employment. APPLICATIONS : Applications must be mailed timeously to Private Bag X922 Pretoria 0001 or hand delivered to 217 Pretorius Street, Van Erkom Arcade building 7th floor, Pretoria at the Reception. Faxed or e-mailed applications will not be considered. CLOSING DATE : 18 March, 2016 NOTE : Applications must be submitted on the prescribed application form Z.83 of the Public Service Act form only, (i.e. application for employment form), obtainable from any Public Service Department or any Public Service and Administration website or recruitment office within the Secretariat for Police .All applications must be accompanied by a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae, certified copies of all educational qualifications and supporting documents, such as identity documents, driver’s license, etc. Certified copies should not be more than 3 months old. Persons who retired from the Public Service by taking severance packages, early retirement or for medical reasons, as well as persons with previous convictions, are excluded. Failure to comply with this requirement will result in the candidate being disqualified. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. If you have not been contacted within three months of the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. All shortlisted candidates for SMS posts will be subjected to a technical competency exercise that intends to test relevant technical elements of the job, the logistics of which be communicated by the Department. Following the interview and technical exercise, the selection panel will recommend candidates to attend generic managerial competencies using the mandated DPSA SMS competency assessment tools. Short-listed candidates will be subject to a security clearance. The Secretary of Police has the right not to fill the post. All posts are based in Pretoria. OTHER POSTS POST 09/10 SECRETARY: CIVILIAN SECRETARIAT FOR POLICE SERVICE (DEPUTY DIRECTOR-GENERAL) REF NO: CSP/01/2016 Five year contract SALARY : R1 267 806 per annum (All inclusive package) CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent (NQF level 7) and a post graduate qualification (NQF level 8) with extensive management experience in the Public Sector. Strategic capability, leadership and management skills. Financial and people management and proven leadership skills. At least 8 years relevant experience of which 5 years must have been at a Senior Management level in the Public Service. Knowledge and skills in Change management. Service delivery innovation. Problem- solving and analytical skills. Cultivating a high performance culture with a transformation propensity. Good communication, presentation and networking skills. Honesty and integrity. Sound knowledge of the Criminal Justice System. The successful candidate will be directly responsible to the Minister of Police for the performance of the statutory functions of the Civilian Secretariat for Police Service, its operations and the realization of agreed output and targets. Members or former members of the Police Service are not eligible for appointment, so they may not apply. DUTIES : Render strategic policy advice and other support to the Minister of Police to enable the Minister to provide effective direction to the Police. Consult with the Minister from time to time on matters that have significant public or Parliamentary interest. Support the Minister in his international responsibilities. Develop and maintain sound relationships with relevant Parliamentary Committees. Provide required support to the Minister for policies and activities of the Department. Ensure delivery of programs and projects on police oversight in accordance with the mandate of the Secretariat of Police Service. Direct and manage strategic operations of the Secretariat. Provide leadership and high-level strategic direction for the Secretariat. Ensure compliance in all obligations and responsibility with the Public Finance Management Act as an accounting officer. Ensure effective monitoring and evaluation of the Police for regulatory and legislative compliance by the Department of Police. Create a framework for good governance in the statutory entities 13 reporting to the Minister of Police. Ensure initiation, integration, coordination and sustained inter-governmental and community partnerships to support crime prevention. Develop networks and liaison with international police oversight structures. ENQUIRIES : Lerato Maisela, 012 393 1916 POST 09/11 : CHIEF DIRECTOR: OVERSIGHT MONITORING AND EVALUATION REF NO: CSP/02/2016 SALARY : R1 042 500 per annum (All inclusive package) CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : A Bachelor Degree/ National Diploma (NQF level 7) and a post-graduate qualification in Monitoring and Evaluation (NQF level 8). 5 years’ experience at Senior Management level. Knowledge and Skills: knowledge of South African Police Service, strategy capability and leadership, People management empowerment, Programme and project management, Financial management, Change management, Leadership skills, Facilitation skills, Computer literacy, Presentation skills, Analytical, Verbal and Written communication skills and Negotiation. DUTIES : Lead the process towards improving police performance through oversight monitoring and evaluation. Lead the process of enhancing police compliance through Oversight Monitoring Evaluation. Lead the process of enhancing police conduct and transformation of South African Police Service through Oversight Monitoring and Evaluation. Lead the process of improving effectiveness and efficiency of South African Police Service through evaluation. Manage human, financial and other resources. ENQUIRIES : Lerato Maisela, 012 393 1916 POST 09/12 : CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER REF NO: CSP/04/2016 SALARY : R1 042 500 per annum (All inclusive package) CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : A Degree/National Diploma (NQF level 7) in Finance or equivalent qualification. At least 5 years’ experience in a Financial Management/Accounting role. A minimum of 5 years experience at the Senior Management level. A postgraduate qualification, and/or Chartered Accountant qualification will serve as an added advantage. Knowledge of relevant legislative requirements. Skills and competencies: Given the scope of financial management in the public sector it is recognised that the CFO must be technically trained and proficient in at least the following subject areas • Business planning and design Financial accounting (including principles of GAAP/GRAP) • Internal and external audit • Information systems • Communication skills (written and verbal) • Analytical skills • Attention to detail • Generic management competencies, including strategic capability and leadership, programme and project management, people management and empowerment and financial management. DUTIES : Establish and maintain appropriate systems and policies to ensure effective and efficient management of resources • Manage financial information and respond to changing needs for financial information and advice • Provide leadership in the development and continuous evaluation of short- and long-term strategic financial objectives • Ensure that internal financial targets and budgets are fully consistent with the Secretariat Strategic plan and relevant agreements with Government • Monitor financial risks and implement an anti-fraud and corruption strategy in collaboration with Risk Management • Manage Secretariat revenue and expenditure in accordance with the vote of the Department, main divisions within the vote and the PFMA •Compile budget estimates, monthly forecasts, and project planning and produce adjusted cash flow • Ensure that quarterly and annual financial statements are compiled and submitted timeously in accordance with applicable standards and legislative requirements • Develop tools and systems to provide critical financial and operational information to the Secretary of Police and make actionable recommendations on both strategy and operations• Formulate creative solutions to enhance cost effectiveness and efficiency in the delivery of the services and the administration of the Secretariat• Manage activities pertaining to: financial transaction processing and reporting services, supply chain services, asset management services, vote account, costing, budget management and the standardisation of processes, norms and standards. ENQUIRIES : Lerato Maisela, 012 393 1916 14 POST 09/13 : DIRECTOR: INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER) REF NO: CSP/03/2016 SALARY : R864 177 per annum (All inclusive package) CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : A Degree/National Diploma (NQF Level 7) or equivalent in Information and Communication Technology (ICT). At least 5 years’ Middle Management experience within the ICT environment. Knowledge and Skills: PFMA, Government policies and procedures, project management, human resource Management, general management, strategic management, IT Governance framework, Civilian Secretariat for Police Service Act, Research, Standard and norms development by Government Information Technology Officers (GITO), Leadership skills, Facilitation skills, Computer literacy, Presentation skills, Analytical, Verbal and Written communication skills, people management and research and Innovation. DUTIES : Align the department’s information management and information technology (as enabler) strategy with the strategic direction, management plan and the business processes of the department, with due consideration of the strategic direction of the Government. Develop departmental supporting information management and information technology policies and strategies, regulations, standard, norms, guidelines, best practices and procedures, derived from the national information management and information technology policy and strategy, standard and norms developed by the GITO Council and DPSA. Develop and manage implementation of policies and procedures aim to control resource to ensure departmental objective are achievable. ENQUIRIES : Lerato Maisela, 012 393 1916 POST 09/14 : DIRECTOR: NFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT REF NO: CSP/05/2016 SALARY : R864 177 per annum (All inclusive package) CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : A Degree/National Diploma in Information Management and/ or Library Science (NQF level 7). 5 years’ experience at middle Management level. Knowledge of relevant legislative requirements. Skills relevant to strategic management, project management skills, financial accounting, information systems, communication (written and verbal), analysis of information, people management. Ability to work and in a team. A valid driver’s licence (code 08) DUTIES : Manage knowledge management services in the Civilian Secretariat for Police Service. Produce regular reports on the current local and international discourse on crime and policing. Establish and maintain appropriate systems and policies to ensure effective and efficient management of information resources in the Department. Promote the services of the Resource Centre internally and in the Provinces. Manage the access to information process within the Department. Maintain data, reports and records through data processes and systems. Implement and maintain proper document and equipment security within the Resource Centre. Manage the collection of audio-visual materials on policing matters. Collaborate with all units to determine resource requirements pertaining to research and any other literature needs. Develop a database of all provincial best practice models, reports and evaluations for dissemination to all provinces. Manage the sourcing and dissemination of information as required for clients. Manage the intellectual property of the Department. Manage the budget of the Directorate. Support the Chief Director in the exercise of powers and the performance of functions in relation to coordination of Chief Directorate’s strategic planning, annual planning, financial management and procurement planning. Manage at least one research project per year for the Chief Directorate. ENQUIRIES : Lerato Maisela, 012 393 1916 15 ANNEXURE E DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE CLOSING DATE : 18 March 2016 (Applications received after the closing date and faxed copies will not be considered). NOTE : Applications must be submitted on the prescribed form Z83 (obtainable from any Public Service department), which must be originally signed and dated by the applicant and which must be accompanied by a detailed CV (with full particulars of the applicants’ training, qualifications, competencies, knowledge & experience) and clear certified copies of original educational qualification certificates, ID document and Driver’s license (where applicable). Failure to comply with the above instructions will result in applications being disqualified. Applicants applying for more than one post must submit a separate form Z83 (as well as the documentation mentioned above) in respect of each post being applied for. If an applicant wishes to withdraw an application it must be done in writing. Should an application be received where an applicant applies for more than one post on the same applications form, the application will only be considered for the first post indicated on the application and not for any of the other posts. Under no circumstances will photostat copies or faxed copies of application documents be accepted. The successful candidates will be subjected to Personnel Suitability Checks (criminal record-, citizenship- & financial/asset record checks and qualification and employment verification). Successful candidates will also be subjected to security clearance processes. Potential candidates, declared in excess must indicate their excess status on Z83, Applicants who do not receive confirmation or feedback within 3 (three) months after the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful. Due to the large volume of responses anticipated, receipt of applications will not be acknowledged and correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. For more information on the job description(s) please contact the person indicated in the post details. Successful candidates will be appointed on probation for the period of twelve (12) months ito the prescribed rules. The Department reserves the right not to make appointment(s) to the advertised post(s). Persons not employed by the DOD/Public Service may thus not apply for the vacancies advertised in this Circular OTHER POSTS POST 09/15 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR REF NO: CFO 16/3/1 Financial Management Division, Joint Operation Division Head Quarters, Budget Management Office SALARY : R289 761 per annum, Level 9 CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : Minimum requirements: B degree or three years National Diploma qualifications with finance related main subjects with minimum of three years budgeting experience as Senior State Accountant. Computer literate in Word Processing (MS Word), Spread sheets (Excel) and Presentation (Power Point). Practical experience and knowledge of estimating, budgeting and expenditure control process and related programmes on the Finance Management System (FMS). Knowledge of estimating, budgeting and budget control in the Public Service will also be considered. Good reasoning, mathematical analytical and innovative thinking ability as well as problem solving ability. Proven managerial skills and capabilities at executive level with good negotiating ability. Being qualified to operating the FMS Information Centre (IC) application and to draft report in this regard would be a storm recommendation. Ability to correctly interpret and apply policy. Welldeveloped verbal and written communication skills. Ability to draft effective reports and well-developed presentation skills and ability to conduct effective briefings to senior management and able to travel at short notice when required. Team worker, trustworthy, reliable with good interpersonal relations. Receptive to work-related suggestion/idea and decisive/persevering in regard to task finalisation. Ability to handle a variety of task execution working under pressure and willing and able to work after hours at short notice. Effective HR management skills. In possession of or able to obtain a DOD confidential security clearance. DUTIES : Executing of all budgeting and budget control duties and responsibilities, as specified in the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), the Treasury Regulations as well as Budget Circulars and Practice Notes addressing both domestic and corporate budget of the Joint Operation Division Head Quarters. Capturing the draft 16 budget of the Joint Operation Division Head Quarters on the Financial Management System (FMS) of the DOD. Preparing budget management documentation for Joint Operation Division Head Quarters as required by Budget Manager of Joint Operation Division Head Quarters and the GOC Joint Operation Division Head Quarters and the submission of required financial reports to the GOC Joint Operation Division Head Quarters. Formulation and managing of policy regarding the expenditure of the Joint Operation Division Head Quarters. Managing of accurate and reliable Costing Database for the Joint Operation Division Head Quarters. Managing the re-allocation of budget allocation and income for the Joint Operation Division Head Quarters. Identifications of exceptions for re-planning purposes. Requisition of Roll Over funds. Rendering of financial advices to the GOC and Top Management within Joint Operation Head Quarters. Compile and present budget and expenditure control reports to higher management by means of Power Point. Direct, orchestrate and control the execution of the Finance Governance Function within the Joint Operation Division Head Quarters. Direct, orchestrate and control the Finance Non Compliance of the administration function within the Joint Operation Head Quarters. Effective management of personnel, assets and material resorting under his/her control. ENQUIRIES : Mr L.L. Ngidi,tel (012) 674 5704 APPLICATIONS : Applications must be submitted to: Financial Management Division, DFSS, Career Management Section, Private Bag X 137, Pretoria, 0001 or applications may be hand-delivered to: Department of Defence, Poynton building, 195 Bosman Street, Pretoria where it must be placed in wooden post box 5 at reception. NOTE : Please use reference number not post number POST 09/16 : SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT REF NO: CFO 16/3/2 Financial Management Division, Chief Directorate Accounting, Directorate Personnel Payments, Salaries SALARY : R243 747 per annum, Level 8 CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : Minimum requirements: B degree or three years National Diploma with Finance (Accounting) related subjects with a minimum of three years relevant experience or Grade 12 with finance related subjects with a minimum of seven years relevant experience. Experience/training in MS Office applications (MS Word and MS Excel). Knowledge of the effective utilization of the PERSOL mainframe system in the Department of Defence (DOD) and/or the PERSAL system in the Government Departments will serve as a strong recommendation. Sound reasoning, mathematical and problem solving ability. Well-developed verbal and written communication skills and ability to effectively render quality service to military (DAP) as well as civilian (PSAP) clients and to answer enquiries in a professional manner. Ability to effectively function as part of a team, receptive to work-related suggestions/ideas, decisive/persevering in regard to task finalization and able to effectively function under pressure. Very conscientious and motivated towards producing effective and correct work and aiming for zero defects. DUTIES : Executing, controlling, accounting and managing of salary and allowance payments to members/employees of the Department of Defence (DOD). Supervising, training and guiding of Chief Accounting Clerks and their subordinates who resort under the control of this post at the Directorate Personnel Payments (DPP). Constant collaboration and communication with the Assistant Director Personnel Payments regarding all functions coupled to the post. Coordinating administrating related tasks ENQUIRIES : Mr G.J.R. Grove, tel (012) 392 2325 APPLICATIONS : Department of Defence, Finance Management Division, DFSS, Career Management Section, Private Bag X 137, Pretoria, 0001 or hand-delivered to: Poynton building, 195 Bosman Street, Pretoria, where it must be placed in wooden post box number 5 at Reception. NOTE : Please use reference number not post number POST 09/17 : SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT REF NO: CFO 16/3/3 Finance Management Division, Chief Directorate Budget Management, Fleet Command Budget Management 17 SALARY : R243 747 per annum, Level 8 CENTRE : Simon’s Town REQUIREMENTS : Minimum requirements: B degree or three year National Diploma with Finance/Accounting related subjects with a minimum of three years relevant experience and or Grade 12 certificate with finance related subjects with a minimum of seven years relevant experience. Understanding and interpret financial prescripts of the State and the DOD. A thorough knowledge of the DOD, s computerised Financial Management System (FMS) and the Management Information System (MIF). Knowledge of the financial processes of the DOD. Knowledge of spread sheet, Word processing and presentation packages (preferable Excel, MS Word, MS Access and PowerPoint. The ability to understand and interpret financial policy. Ability to write FOCUS programs and to extract information from the FMS. Very good writing and oral communication skills and able to effectively communicate with senior officials and managers. Proven ability in the drafting of effective reports. Analytical/innovative thinking ability oriented towards team-work, receptive to work related suggestion/ideas, decisive/persevering in regard to task finalisation. Confidential security clearance or proof that such application has been submitted DUTIES : Assist in providing information to compile the following reports: Cabinet Memos, Memos of understanding, Expenditure reconciliations, Costing & Funding Reports, Audit Reports and Treasury Memos. Assist the Deputy Director Budget Control (DDBC) by collecting information and recording/capturing the transaction on the Financial Management System (FMS). Manage the office supplies, equipment, official vehicle and furniture. Provide Directorate Budget Control inputs for inclusion in financial statements. Provide support to Budget Manager with regard to budget control related matters on the FMS and information system. Maintain a codes database on the FMS with regard to all budget control transaction. Provide secretarial duties for DDBC as and when required. Execute and action budget control transaction as required in the executions of duties. Obtain and provide adhoc management information as and when required. Assist in the financial yearend and closing of books process. ENQUIRIES : Ms Y. Kweyama, tel: (021 787 4613). APPLICATIONS : Applications must be submitted to: Financial Management Division, DFSS, Career Management Section, Private Bag X 137,Pretoria, 0001 or applications may be hand-delivered to: Department of Defence, Poynton building, 195 Bosman Street, Pretoria where it must be placed in wooden post box 5 at Reception. NOTE : Please use reference number not post number POST 09/18 : SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT REF NO: CFO 16/3/4 Finance Management Division, Chief Directorate Budget Management, Directorate: Budget Management Office SAMHS, SA Military Health Services SALARY : R243 747 per annum, Level 8 CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : Minimum requirements: B Degree/three year National Diploma in Finance/Accounting with a minimum of three years relevant experience or Grade 12 certificate with a minimum of seven years relevant Budget management experience. Financial Management System (FMS) Information Centre qualified and able to draft complex programs in this regard. Sound mathematical and problem solving ability. Thorough, working knowledge of all expenditure control transactions on FMS. Thorough knowledge of computer systems in the Department of Defence, including MS Word, Ms Office and Excel. Ability to interpret and apply policy. Welldeveloped verbal and written communication skills. Ability to effectively function as part of a team. Receptive to work-related suggestions/ ideas and decisive/ persevering in regard to ask finalization. Must be in possession of valid RSA driver’s license/Military drivers licence and willing and able to travel as and when required. Minimum security clearance. DUTIES : Assisting with formulation and monitoring of compliance to internal controls, policies and operating procedures. Assisting with budgeting and expenditure control as performed at level 4 as well as preparing budgeting and expenditure control documentation. Assisting with the financial authority process. Preparing monthly early warning report for C Fin. Assisting with on- site informal audit of Military Health Formation Budget Management Offices as to their compliance to prescripts. Participating in Expenditure Control Committee meetings. Assisting in the preparation of management reports for the client through development of information centre reports and graphic presentations. Assisting in executing of budgeting processes as and when required. Participating in preliminary 18 investigations in regard to potential irregularities and compiling of required reports for submitting to GOC and SAMHS BM. Managing of all personnel, assets and material resorting under control of this post. ENQUIRIES : Mr S.J. Mabaso,Tel: (012) 367-9075 APPLICATIONS : Department of Defence, Finance Management Division, DFSS, Career Management Section, Private Bag X137, Pretoria, 0001 or hand-delivered to: Poynton building, 195 Bosman Street, Pretoria where it must be placed in wooden post box number 5 at Reception. NOTE Please use reference number not Post number POST 09/19 : FINANCE CLERK SUPERVISOR REF NO: CFO 16/3/5 Financial Management Division, Chief Directorate Financial Services, Directorate Finance Support Services, Fin ETD Centre, Thaba Tshwane SALARY : R196 278 per annum, Level 7 CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : Minimum requirements: B Degree/ three year National Diploma in Finance/HR or Public Administration related field with a minimum of two (02) years’ experience in training administration environment and/or Grade 12 certificate with a minimum of three (3) years’ experience in training administration environment. Knowledge: Knowledge of PERSAL/PERSOL. Knowledge of FMS/BAS. Ability to correctly interpret and apply policies and regulations. Knowledge of the SDA, PSA, SDLA, PFMA, LRA and EEA. Skills: Computer literacy (Office packages). Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Good inter-personal, analytical and innovative thinking abilities. Personal attributes: Ability to work as an individual and in a team. Able to work accurately under pressure. Added advantage: A valid RSA driver’s license/Military drivers licence, Knowledge of the DOD ETD policies. DUTIES : Managing procurement and logistic support to the centre. Responsible for the maintenance of facilities. Be the nodal point for administration of contracts. Liaise with the suppliers for quotations and supply of goods. Responsible for stock control and asset register. Manage the transport fleet allocated to the centre. Provide S&T support to the staff members. Consolidate monthly strength return and payroll system (ACB’s). Approval of PERSOL and Milqual transactions. Provide training monthly reports and statistics. Administration of state bursary for Financial Management Division (FMD). Managing cash flow and budget expenditure for the centre. Draft agendas and take minutes during ETD meetings. Management of records and archives. Managing telephone accounts for the centre. Provide OHS support to the centre. Responsible for the general administration. Supervision of personnel under this post. ENQUIRIES : Ms M. Wehl, tel (012) 674 4626/ 4628/9 APPLICATIONS : Applications must be submitted to: Financial Management Division, DFSS, Career Management Section, Private Bag X 137,Pretoria, 0001 or applications may be hand-delivered to: Department of Defence, Poynton building, 195 Bosman Street, Pretoria where it must be placed in wooden post box 5 at Reception. NOTE : Please use reference number not post number. POST 09/20 : FINANCE CLERK REF NO: CFO 16/3/6 Finance Management Division, Chief Directorate Budgeting, Fleet Command Budget Management SALARY : R132 399 per annum, Level 5 CENTRE : Simon’s Town REQUIREMENTS : Minimum requirement: Grade 12 certificate with finance and / or Accounting related subjects. Knowledge: Ability to understand and interpret basic financial policy. A basic knowledge of financial policy and PFMA Skills: Sound reasoning, mathematical and problem solving skills. MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint Well developed verbal and written communication skills. Personal attributes: Able to compile effective reports and statistics and basic knowledge. Trustworthy, honest and loyal. Ability to effectively function as part of a team, receptive to work-related suggestions/ideas, decisive/persevering in regard to task finalisation and able to effectively function under pressure. Be able to compile effective reports and statistics. Basic knowledge of the Budget process. Added advantage: Post matric qualification in finance and/or minimum of one year relevant experience. Successful completion of the Budget Management Courses will be a strong recommendation, a valid RSA driver’s license/Military driver’s license. DUTIES : Assist in expenditure information, historical information and statistics for the Fleet Budget Manager. Assist in preparing a variety of financial/budgetary reports and 19 statistics as well as manage an effective internal registry for incoming/outgoing correspondence and maintain a filing system for the fleet Budget Manager. Collect/deliver budget related documentation from and to other divisions, formations, directorates and sections. Assist management with regard to general administrative functions at fleet Budget Management office. Prepare and compile budgetary and expenditure control documentation eg. Expenditure graphs, expenditure reports, monthly financial reports, financial Authority (FA documents and motivations. Maintain a register of funds reallocations and FA applications as well as updating the database on the financial management system (FMS). Assist with the preparation of monthly Early Warning Reports (EWR’s). Assist in the management of logistical and stationary requirements of fleet Budget Manager and take roll call of Fleet Budget Management Office. ENQUIRIES : Ms Y. Kweyama, tel: (021 787 4613). APPLICATIONS : Applications must be submitted to: Financial Management Division, DFSS, Career Management Section, Private Bag X 137,Pretoria, 0001 or applications may be hand-delivered to: Department of Defence, Poynton building, 195 Bosman Street, Pretoria where it must be placed in wooden post box 5 at Reception. NOTE : Please use reference number not post number POST 09/21 : FINANCE CLERK, REF NO: CFO 16/3/7 Financial Management Division, Chief Directorate Accounting, Directorate Personnel Payments (Final Payment) SALARY : R132 399 per annum, Level 5 CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : Minimum requirements: Grade 12 Certificate with finance and/or Accounting related subjects. Knowledge of the calculation and processing of salaries and allowances, final payments when persons exit their work, registration of file and documents, data capturing on financial and salary systems will be an advantage. Sound reasoning, mathematical and problem solving abilities. Knowledge of Computer system as well as MS Word and Excel and MS Power Point will be a strong recommendation. Well-developed verbal and written communication skills in English. Very conscientious and motivated towards producing effective and correct work and aiming for zero defects environment. Ability to effectively function as part of a team, receptive to work related suggestions/ideas, decisive/persevering in regard to task finalization and able to effectively function under pressure. Added advantage: Post matric qualification in Finance and/or minimum of one year relevant experience. DUTIES : Execution of the prescribed accounting processes related to payments of benefits, leave gratuity and prorate bonus due to DOD personnel that exit DOD, salaries and allowances to DOD personnel out of service. Executing of the constant collaboration and communication with supervisors, management of self-discipline, data capturing on DOD accounting and salary systems, administration of DOD payments files and related documents. Assisting in the coordination and execution of administrative related tasks. ENQUIRIES : Mr V. Mtengwane, tel: (012) 392- 2110 APPLICATIONS : Applications must be submitted to: Financial Management Division, DFSS, Career Management Section, Private Bag X 137,Pretoria, 0001 or applications may be hand-delivered to: Department of Defence, Poynton building, 195 Bosman Street, Pretoria where it must be placed in wooden post box 5 at Reception. NOTE : Please use reference number not post number POST 09/22 : FINANCE CLERK REF NO: CFO 16/3/8 Financial Management Division, Chief Directorate Budget Management, Command Division, Joint Operations Budget Management Office SALARY : R132 399 per annum, Level 5 CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : Minimum requirement: Grade 12 certificate with finance and/ or Accounting related subjects. Computer literate in MS Word and MS Excel and PowerPoint. Knowledge of main frame Financial Management System (FMS) would serve as a strong recommendation. Ability to understand and interpret basic financial policy. Basic knowledge of Financial Policy and PFMA, budget process as well as the basic financial functions in the Department of Defence (DOD) or any other Public Service Department would serve as a strong recommendation. Reasoning, mathematical and problem solving ability as well as being trustworthy, honest and loyal. Good verbal and written communication skills and able to compile basic reports and 20 statistics. Ability to effectively function as part of a team, receptive to work-related suggestion/ideas, decisive/persevering in regard to task finalization and able to effectively function under pressure. Added advantage: Post matric qualification in Finance and/or minimum of one year relevant experience and being in the possession of valid code 8 driver’ license. DUTIES : Assist in maintaining expenditure information, historical information and statistics for the Budget Management (BM). Assist in preparing a variety of financial/budgetary reports and statistics as well as manage an effective internal Registry incoming/outgoing correspondence and maintain a filling system for BM. Collect/deliver budget related documentation from and to other divisions, formations, directorates and sections. Assist management with regard to general administrative functions at the office of the BM. Prepare and compile budgetary and expenditure control documentation, e.g. expenditure graphs, expenditure reports, monthly financial reports, Financial Authority (FA) documents and motivation. Maintain a register of fund re-allocations and FA application as well as updating the database on the Financial Management System (FMS). Assist in the process of preparing monthly Early Warning Reports (EWR’s). Assist in the drafting and finalization of Reconciliation Statements. Assist in the management of the logistics and stationery requirements of the BM and take roll call of all personnel under control of the BM. ENQUIRIES : Mr L.L. Ngidi tel (012) 674-5704 APPLICATIONS : Applications must be submitted to: Financial Management Division, DFSS, Career Management Section, Private Bag X137, Pretoria, 0001 or applications may be hand-delivered to: Department of Defence, Poynton building, 195 Bosman Street, Pretoria where it must be placed in wooden post box number 5 at Reception. NOTE : Please use reference number not post number POST 09/23 : FINANCE CLERK REF NO: CFO 16/3/9 Finance Management Division, Chief Directorate Financial Services, Directorate Financial Control Services, Motor Accident Claims Section SALARY : R132 399 per annum, Level 5 CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : Minimum requirement: Grade 12 certificate with finance and/ or Accounting related subjects. Ability in understanding, interpreting and correctly applying of financial policies and prescripts. Computer literate in MS Office software packages. Ability to effectively liaise and communicate with clients, legal representatives and senior DOD personnel. Successful candidates must have sound reasoning, mathematical and problem solving skills as well as trustworthy, honest and loyal. Decisive and persevering in regard to task finalisation. Permanent RSA citizen, with no criminal record. Must be in the possession of a valid code 8 driver’ license. Added advantage: Post matric qualification in Finance and/or minimum of one year relevant experience. Basic knowledge of financial/legal process and insurance claims. The successful candidate will be required to complete all relevant courses and must be willing to travel. DUTIES : Assisting the Supervisor in: Receiving and registering letters of demand and/or summonses in regard to mobile as sets accidents caused by Department of Defence (DOD) drivers and the processing thereof in accordance with policies and prescripts. Obtain information, documents, statements, reports and statutes with regard to the case. Draft briefing notes to State Attorney on proposed handling of the case. Determine course of action to be taken in best interest of the State (DOD). Liaise, negotiate and arrange consultations with roll players for specialized inputs and advice. Frequent inter-action with interest groups, experts, attorneys, council panel and assisting the State Attorney during litigation process and trial. Correctly apply legal and procedural principles whereby civil claims are handled on behalf of the Minister of Defence. Analyse and interpret appropriate action. Regularly study and update own knowledge of Government policies, regulations and prescripts relating to matters of litigation. Visit of units in Gauteng and Limpopo. Record, files and safeguard of all documentation generated in the section for future enquiries and audit purpose. ENQUIRIES : P. Deane, tel: (012) 392 2672 APPLICATIONS : Applications must be submitted to: Financial Management Division, DFSS, Career Management Section, Private Bag X 137,Pretoria, 0001 or applications may be hand-delivered to: Department of Defence, Poynton building, 195 Bosman Street, Pretoria where it must be placed in wooden post box 5 at Reception. NOTE : Please use reference number not post number 21 ANNEXURE F DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY APPLICATIONS : The Director-General, Department of Energy, Private Bag X96 Pretoria, 0001or hand delivered to, Department of Energy Building, Corner Paul Kruger and Visagie Street (192 Visagie Street) FOR ATTENTION : Mr. D Mbhokota/ Mr P Ndlovu CLOSING DATE : 18 March 2016 NOTE : Applications must be on a fully completed Z83 forms, signed and dated accompanied by a Comprehensive CV and certified copies of qualifications as well as ID. References should include present and former supervisors as well as their telephone, fax and e-mail addresses. Suitable candidates will be subjected to Personnel Suitability Checks (criminal record, citizen, credit record checks, qualification and employment verification). Confirmation of final appointment will be subject to a positive security clearance. All non SA citizens must attach a certified proof of permanent residence in South Africa. Due to the large number of responses anticipated, receipt of applications will not be acknowledged and correspondence will be limited to short listed candidates only. Applicants are advised not to send their applications through registered mail as the Department will not take responsibility for non-collection of these applications. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA) and proof must be attached thereof. It will be expected of candidates to be available for selection interviews on a date, time and place as determined by the Department. All applications must be sent to the address provided above, and not to the specific region(s). The successful candidates will be required to sign a performance agreement within three (3) months of appointment. Should you not be contacted after 60 days of the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful. OTHER POST POST 09/24 : PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR SALARY : R196 278 per annum, Level 7 CENTRE : Head Office REQUIREMENTS : A National Diploma/Degree in Project Management/ Administration/Natural Science/ Developmental Studies/ Environmental Science or Engineering Civil/Chemical Engineering/ Technology Management; 3-5 years’ experience in clerical/administrative PLUS the following key competencies: Knowledge of Advance Project Management, Understanding of the energy sector, legislation, Thinking Demand, Planning, Organising, Creativity, Problem solving and Decision making, Skills: Numeracy, Literacy, Language Skills, Project management, Financial Management, Economic Statistical analysis, Strategic Planning, Personal Attributes: Analytical, Organised and Logical thinker DUTIES : Monitor the submission of project progress, expenditure and quality reports, Monitor compliance with milestones, project costs and technical compliance with specifications, Identify deviations from milestones, project costs and technical compliance with specifications, Report on deviations milestones, project costs and technical compliance specifications, Monitor the implementation of interventions to rectify deviations from milestones, project costs and technical compliance specification, Consolidate project information and generate programme reports ENQUIRIES : Ms LNkhwashu (012) 406 7648 22 ANNEXURE G DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS The National Department of Environmental Affairs is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. APPLICATIONS : and forwarded for the Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag X447, Pretoria, 0001 or hand-delivered to: Environment House, Erf 1563 Arcadia Extension 6, Cnr Soutpansberg and Steve Biko Road, Arcadia, Pretoria. CLOSING DATE : 22 March 2016 NOTE : Application must be submitted on a Z83 form with a copy of a comprehensive CV, certified copies of qualifications and ID document and a Driver’s license in order to be considered, It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). Correspondence will be limited to successful candidates only. Short-listed candidates will be subjected to screening and security vetting to determine their suitability for employment, including but not limited to: Criminal records; Citizen status; Credit worthiness; Previous employment (reference checks); and Qualification verification. Relaxation of qualification requirements may be considered for nonOSD posts. Candidates shortlisted for SMS positions will be subjected to a technical exercise that intends to test relevant technical elements of the job. Following the interview and the technical exercise, the Selection panel will recommend candidates to attend a generic managerial competency assessment in compliance with the DPSA Directive on the implementation of competency based assessments. Furthermore, the person appointed to this position will be subjected to a security clearance, the signing of performance agreement and employment contract. All shortlisted candidates will be expected to avail themselves for an interview at the Department’s convenience. For more information regarding the requirements and duties in respect of each position, please visit our website at www.environment.gov.za. Click on vacancies and ensure you follow the correct link to the position of interest. The department reserves the right not to make an appointment. No e-mailed, faxed and late applications will be considered. If you have not been contacted within three 3 months after the closing date of the advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. OTHER POSTS POST 09/25 : PROVINCIAL PROJECT MANAGER REF NO: EP16/2015 SALARY : R674 979 per annum (all-inclusive remuneration package) CENTRE : Limpopo REQUIREMENTS : A recognised Bachelor’s degree/National Diploma in Natural Science, Development Planning, preferably Built Environment or equivalent relevant qualification plus extensive relevant experience in project management; relevant experience in community development, business concept development, feasibility testing, market research and sustainability testing; knowledge of the EPWP, proven experience in implementation , monitoring and evaluation of government programmes; ability to operate project management software as well as MS Office; analytical and numerical skills; good report writing skills, interpersonal and problem solving skills; experience in people and financial management, stakeholder engagement ,valid code B driver’s license and willingness to travel extensively. DUTIES : Manage and Evaluate business plans and provide assistance to project implementers, general management of contract documents and payments; undertake project inspection and quality control and assurance; review progress, financial audit and completion reports; reporting on projects to the province and the department; provide ad-hoc support to the Directorate: Programme Implementation and the Chief Directorate: Environmental Protection and Infrastructure Programmes; oversee the management of staff and other resources in the province; and undertake stakeholder engagement. ENQUIRIES : Ms G Modubu Tel: 012 399 9693 APPLICATIONS : Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag X447, Pretoria, 0001 or hand-delivered to: Environment House, Erf 1563 Arcadia Extension 6, Cnr Soutpansberg and Steve Biko Road, Arcadia, Pretoria. No faxed, e-mailed and late applications will be considered FOR ATTENTION : Mr R Mashele 23 POST 09/26 : CONTROL ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER GRADE A: INDUSTRY SUPPORT REF NO: CWM13/2015 SALARY : R381 030 per annum (Total package of R 519 496 per annum/ conditions apply) CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : A recognised three year bachelor’s degree/National Diploma in one of the following study fields: Environmental Sciences, Chemical Engineering; Civil or Environmental Engineering or Natural Sciences or relevant equivalent qualification, plus a minimum of 5 years working experience in an environmental management field and an understanding of the policy and legislative framework governing pollution and waste management. Experience of work with industry is a requirement while knowledge of industrial processes and systems will be an advantage Skills required: Report writing, good interpersonal relations, welldeveloped communication skills, analytical thinking, interrogation of technical reports and basic computer skills. The incumbent will be required to travel and must be able to work independently and efficiently. DUTIES : To support industry on waste management planning and reporting. To identify and gather relevant information and awareness materials on the techniques, opportunities and benefits of cleaner production or resource efficiency for dissemination to industry; to identify and prioritise the development of required guidelines, norms and standards for planning and management of waste for various sectors of the industry; to support the development of mechanisms for investigating and promoting the implementation of the waste management hierarchy by industry; to provide support to initiatives aimed at minimising waste and pollution at source; manage and maintain database of investigation areas and contaminated land register, develop integrated reporting system for the management of Remediation Orders, ensures that national land remediation systems are aligned with provincial reporting systems, develop systems for the management of queries on land remediation management. ENQUIRIES : Dr Mpho Tshitangoni (012 399 9793) APPLICATIONS : Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag X447, Pretoria, 0001 or hand-delivered to: Environment House, Erf 1563 Arcadia Extension 6, Cnr Soutpansberg and Steve Biko Road, Arcadia, Pretoria. No faxed, e-mailed and late applications will be considered FOR ATTENTION : Mr R Mashele POST 09/27 : AREA MANAGER REF NO: EP07/2016 SALARY : R361 659 per annum (Total Package R492 153 pa/ conditions apply) CENTRE : Cape Town REQUIREMENTS : A recognised three year bachelor’s degree / National Diploma in Natural Science / Environmental Management or relevant equivalent qualification Appropriate experience in Natural Resource Management field and EPWP. Administrative procedures, financial management, project management and programme management. Personnel management. Sound organizing and planning. Good communication skills. Compiling reports, listening and writing skills. Excellent communication skills (verbal and written). Experience in supervising and managing. Computer literacy. Problem solving/conflict management. Valid drivers’ licence Numerical and literacy. DUTIES : Provide project planning management and implementation. Hectares of land treated, bush encroachment planned for and dealt with water hyacinth removed through integrated methods. Social development and training person days planned for and budgeted for in the Annual Plans of Operations (APO). Prevention of further spread and Potential invasions of land by Invasive Alien Plants (IAP) and Bush encroachment. Introduce carbon sequestration initiative where necessary in the region. Ensure effective financial management. Sufficient allocation for all projects provided. Budget utilized accordingly as per plans approved. Ensure accountability by all staff through reporting. Provide effective Advocacy and Liaison. Engage with DWA on water trading and other stakeholder. Engage with other stakeholder on Developing a Business Plan. Effective monitoring and evaluation of Natural Resources Management (NRM) Projects in the Management Area. Compliance of planned vs. actual deliverables and adherence to Finance and Supply Chain Management requirements. Compliance to norms and standards. Compliance to report generation and reporting. Compliance to EPWP targets. ENQUIRIES : Mr N Ngcobo Telephone (021) 441 2749 24 APPLICATIONS : Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag x 4390, Cape Town, 8000 or hand-delivered to 14 Loop Street, Cape Town. No faxed, e-mailed and late applications will be considered. FOR ATTENTION : Human Resource POST 09/28 : CONTROL GIS TECHNICIAN GRADE A REF NO: EP05/2016 SALARY : R343 317 per annum (Total package of R469 898 per annum/ conditions apply) CENTRE : Kimberley REQUIREMENTS : A recognised three year Bachelor Degree/National Diploma in Geography/Environmental Sciences/Cartography or relevant equivalent qualification with GIS or Information Management as a major subject. Plus proven relevant experience in Natural Resource Management planning and implementation. Knowledge and experience of (minimum 3-5 years) in relevant GIS or data management post. Innovative, Problem solving, Interpersonal and Conflict management skills. Compulsory registration with PLATO and computer literacy in Microsoft Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Word and GIS packages. A valid Driver’s Licence. DUTIES : The incumbent is expected manage, maintain and monitor the spatial and non – spatial database information system at a Provincial level. Manage and validate the data captured in the NRM systems. Render support to the analysis of EPWP monthly and quarterly reports to check for consistency and accuracy. To manage monthly data queries and reporting meetings within the province. Conduct periodic information audits on provincial data to assess information integrity. Support the development of Annual Plans of Operations (APO) within the province. Manage provincial GIS and mapping functions including staff associated with these functions. Compile provincial monthly KPI report and support monthly engagements around data integrity. Oversee contract clearing and map generation within province, and quality manage this work. Develop and manage and electronic filing system for source information in province. ENQUIRIES : Mr A Khan Telephone: 021 441 2734 APPLICATIONS : Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag x 4390, Cape Town, 8000 or hand-delivered to 14 Loop Street, Cape Town. No faxed, e-mailed and late applications will be considered. FOR ATTENTION : Human Resource POST 09/29 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION-INLAND AND NATIONAL PROGRAMMES REF NO: EP15/2015 SALARY : R289 761 per annum (Total package of R408 757 per annum/ conditions apply) CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : A recognized three-year Bachelor degree or National Diploma in Public Administration, Business Management or equivalent relevant qualification. The applicant should have extensive experience in administration, public administration policies, processes and procedures, public financial management, asset management, personnel management, procurement management and programme management. The following skills will serve as recommendations: analytical thinking, excellent communication skills, computer skills, report writing skills, presentation skills, supervision skills, problem solving skills, conflict resolution skills, numerical skills. The successful candidate must have a valid driver’s license. DUTIES : Develop, Implement and monitor a tracking system for submission of monthly, quarterly, annual and completion reports: Develop a database of projects eligible for submission of annual audits and completion reports, Facilitate the processing of annual audits and completion reports, review and present monthly submission status report of annual audits and completion reports Implement and monitor the procurement plan of the directorate and regional offices: develop directorate procurement plan for the financial year, facilitate procurement of goods and services in accordance with directorate procurement plan, manage expenditure against budget allocated for procurements of goods and services, compile and present monthly procurement reports. Provide assets management support to the directorate and regional offices: Facilitate and conduct assets verification for the directorate, Facilitate bar–coding of all new assets, facilitate service/maintenance and replacement of assets, presentation of asset management reports in directorate meeting. Provide logistical support to the directorate and regional offices: Develop annual schedule for all directorate meetings, workshops and briefing sessions, facilitate provision of logistics for directorate meetings, workshops and briefing sessions. Provide document management support to the 25 directorate: Facilitate the establishment of directorate e-filing system, Implement and monitor the administrative records filing system, create files for business plan amendment files received from regional offices, create files for annual audit reports received for Regional offices, create files for completion reports received from Regional offices, send correspondences to regional office (authorization, acceptance and /or instruction letters) , initiate submissions on EDMS for the Directorate. ENQUIRIES : Ms G Modubu Tel: 012 399 9693 APPLICATIONS : Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag X447, Pretoria, 0001 or hand-delivered to: Environment House, Erf 1563 Arcadia Extension 6, Cnr Soutpansberg and Steve Biko Road, Arcadia, Pretoria. No faxed, e-mailed and late applications will be considered FOR ATTENTION : Mr R Mashele POST 09/30 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: EVENTS MANAGEMENT AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT REF NO: COO56/2015 SALARY : R289 761 per annum (Total salary package of R404 917 per annum/ conditions apply) CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : 3 year Bachelor’s Degree/National Diploma in Communication or equivalent relevant qualification plus experience in a related field OR Senior Certificate with extensive relevant experience. SKILLS & COMPETENCIES: Competent in usage of MS Office; Drafting of business/official letters; Drafting of proposals and submissions; Good organizational skills; Ability to work under pressure; Ability to lead & work within a team; Ability to work with difficult people; Sense of responsibility and loyalty; Ability to work long hours voluntarily; A problem solver; Ability to meet deadlines. DUTIES : Develop the layout and design of an online registration system for DEA events; Develop and maintain systems and products for DEA events; Produce evaluation reports for events hosted; Provide advice to DEA and Ministry on protocol, customs, and etiquette and courtesies functions; Provide support on the care, disposition, and usage of flags, the anthem and ceremonial displays items; Conduct research and advice officials in DEA/Ministry on all aspects of protocol regarding protocol matters; Keep abreast with national and international protocol training conferences; Conduct protocol training for DEA/Ministry officials; Attend annual protocol training conferences and workshops to receive up-to-date information pertaining to official protocol and ceremony function; Provide support with the coordination of agreements with relevant stakeholders regarding the hosting of domestic conferences; Search for appropriate venues for events; Arrange guest list and seating arrangements during the events; Assist with arrivals, housing and transport for overseas dignitaries; Coordinate and facilitate the dispatch of security services at events; Obtain input from branches for upcoming events; Maintain the electronic events calendar for the Department to ensure effective planning. ENQUIRIES : Ms K Mokgoko; Tel: (012) 399 – 9993 APPLICATIONS : Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag X447, Pretoria, 0001 or hand-delivered to: Environment House, Erf 1563 Arcadia Extension 6, Cnr Soutpansberg and Steve Biko Road, Arcadia, Pretoria. No faxed, e-mailed and late applications will be considered FOR ATTENTION : Mr I Letshedi POST 09/31 : PROJECT COORDINATOR REF NO: EP06/2016 SALARY : R243 747 per annum (Total package of R349 086 per annum/ conditions Apply) CENTRE : Gauteng REQUIREMENTS : A three year Bachelor Degree/National Diploma in Forestry/ Natural/ Environmental Science or Grade 12 Certificate coupled with extensive relevant experience in natural resource management and alien vegetation. Sound project management skills, good communication skills and sound organisation and planning skills. Knowledge of Working for Water policies and procedures, knowledge of legislation relevant to alien vegetation control will serve as an added advantage. Knowledge of the Public Service and Departmental procedures and prescripts. Computer literacy, knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA). People management, change management and empowerment skills. Valid driver’s licence and willingness to travel and work long hours with limited supervision. DUTIES : Provide project planning support services to the project by developing a strategic clearing plan and an Annual Plan of Operation (APO) for approval of budget 26 allocation. Facilitate the implementation of project plans through the establishment of project advisory committees. Monitor implementation of project plans by conducting site audits to ensure compliance with Working for Water policies/standards, health and safety prescripts and various environment and agriculture legislation which govern alien vegetation control. Render project close out services by conducting final site inspections and facilitating in the handing over of cleared land to the land user. ENQUIRIES : Ms L Mabuza: Telephone: (012)392 1459 APPLICATIONS : Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag X4390, Cape Town, 8000 or hand-delivered to 14 Loop Street, Cape Town. No faxed, e-mailed and late applications will be considered. FOR ATTENTION : Human Resource POST 09/32 : SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT/TRAINING OFFICER REF NO: EP04/2016 SALARY : R243 747 per annum (Total Package R 349 086 pa/ conditions apply) CENTRE : Cape Town REQUIREMENTS : A three year Degree / National Diploma in Training or relevant equivalent qualification coupled with relevant experience. Knowledge of training policies and procedures, Departmental procedures and prescript/policies. Familiar Administrative/clerical procedures, financial and Procurement procedures. Computer literacy Composition and functions of DEA. Must have sound organising and planning skills, General and Good communications skills. Valid driver’s license and willingness to travel and work long hours with limited supervision. DUTIES : Plan and coordinate provincial training interventions. Conduct training needs analysis for various projects within provinces. Monitoring and evaluation of training programme. Monitoring and evaluation plan implemented Nationally and in the regions. Ensure transformation and employment equity within projects and maintain partnerships with relevant stakeholders. Plan and coordinate the implementation of health promotion programmes. Develop and implement plans for social development interventions within project. Oversee the peer education programmes. Provide financial management support, Monitor training and social development expenditure ENQUIRIES : Mr A Khan Telephone (021) 441 2729 APPLICATIONS : Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag X4390, Cape Town, 8000 or hand-delivered to 14 Loop Street, Cape Town. No faxed, e-mailed and late applications will be considered. FOR ATTENTION : Human Resource POST 09/33 : BIODIVERSITY OFFICER PRODUCTION GRADE A REF NO: EP03/2016 SALARY : R207 888 per annum (Total Package R 305 577 pa/ conditions apply) CENTRE : Gauteng REQUIREMENTS : A three year Bachelor Degree/ National Diploma in Environmental / Natural / Agricultural Science or relevant equivalent qualification (with Botany, Zoology or Entomology as subjects) coupled with relevant experience in Natural Resources Management. Knowledge of Natural Resources Management policies and procedure. Knowledge of alien species, Knowledge of Departmental procedures and prescript/policies, Knowledge of Project Management, Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and Procurement procedures, Computer literacy, Composition and functions of DEA. Sound organising and planning skills, Good communications skills. Working for Water skills. Possession of a valid driver’s licence and willingness to travel and work long hours with limited supervision. DUTIES : Provide project planning support services. Assess area and compile mapping requirements. Develop a strategic clearing plan, i.e Management Unit Clearing Plan (MUCP) for approval. Identify the project site. Implementation of biological controls on invasive alien plants. Define biological control strategies, release strategies and processes. Identify the required agents to control specific aliens. Management of aquatic weeds. Define aquatic weeds strategies, release strategies and processes. Identify the suitable control measures. Facilitate and train the teams to acquire specified agents. Application of aerial / manual herbicide and monitor the project area. Manage invasive fauna projects. Develop invasive fauna management plans ENQUIRIES : Ms D Sharp Telephone: (021) 441 – 2741 APPLICATIONS : Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag X4390, Cape Town, 8000 or hand-delivered to 14 Loop Street, Cape Town. No faxed, e-mailed and late applications will be considered. 27 FOR ATTENTION : Human Resource 28 ANNEXURE H OFFICE OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE The President of the Republic of South Africa proclaimed, by Proclamation No 44 of 2010, the establishment of the Office of the Chief Justice (OCJ) as a national department on 23 August 2010 to support the Chief Justice as the Head of the Judiciary and the Head of the Constitutional Court. The services of the following dynamic persons are required to establish the Office: CLOSING DATE : 18 March 2016 NOTE : Applications must be submitted on form z83, obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the internet at www.dpsa.gov.za/documents. The Completed and signed form should be accompanied by a recently updated CV as well as certified copies of all qualification/s and ID document( no copies of certified copies allowed, certification should not be more than three months old). Failure to submit all the requested documents will result in the application not being considered. Please indicate the reference number and position you are applying for on your application form. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted within three (3) months after the closing date please accept that your application was unsuccessful. The successful candidate/s will be subjected to Pre Vetting (Pre-Screening) Financial records will only be checked and considered for applicants applying for finance related posts. Upon appointment applicants will be subjected to vetting with the purpose of determining their security competency. All shortlisted candidates for SMS posts will be subjected to a technical exercise that intends to test relevant technical elements of the job. OTHER POSTS POST 09/34 : LAW RESEARCHER REF NO: 2016/90/OCJ SALARY : R289 761 – R 350 025 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. CENTRE : National Office (SAJEI) REQUIREMENTS : An LLB Degree or four year recognized legal degree; A minimum of 3 years legal research experience; A valid driver’s licence; Advanced Computer literacy; Report writing experience. Skills and Competencies: Innovative and self-driven; Ability to work under pressure; Networking ability; Excellent communication skills; Effective stakeholders management; Problem solving and analysis; People management and empowerment; Financial management; Programme and Project Management; Knowledge Management. DUTIES : To provide technical and legal research support to SAJEI; To gather and analyze research data relevant to the training of the Judiciary; To develop research database that will contribute to the overall objectives of SAJEI; To develop research implement SAJEI research agenda; To identify best practices in judicial education and advice the management accordingly; To manage and maintain a research repository for SAJEI; To conduct detailed mapping of the new South African legislation and identify areas of training for the judiciary; To liaise with Regional and International research bodies on continuing judicial education; To ensure compliance with PFMA; Perform other duties as directed; Editing and formatting of material will be advantageous. ENQUIRIES : Ms Poso Mogale  (011) 838 2010 APPLICATIONS : Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Director: Human Resources, Office of the Chief Justice, Private Bag X10, Marshalltown, 2107. For the attention of HR Directorate. Applications can also be hand delivered to the Office of the Chief Justice, Human Resource Management, 13th floor, Edura House, 41 Fox Street, Johannesburg. POST 09/35 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: ADMINISTRATION REF NO: 2016/91/OCJ SALARY : R289 761–R 350 025 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. CENTRE : Judicial Support (Pretoria) REQUIREMENTS : Three years National Diploma or Degree in Public Administration, Business Administration or related qualification at NQF Level 6. A minimum of 3-5 Years’ experience in Administration environment. Knowledge of Human Resources matters, Procurement directives and procedures, Finance and provisioning administration. A valid driver’s licence. Skills and Competencies: Sound Interpersonal relations; Planning and Organizing skills; People 29 management; Problem solving skills; Maintaining discipline; Conflict resolution; Computer literacy; Good Communication Skills; Conflict management and Supervisory skills. DUTIES : Manage Finance and procurement of goods and services; Implement Human Resource services within the Office (Oversee all vacancies in the section allocated within the office, manage and administer the leave system after the head of office has approved, provide training to the officials, provide performance improvements and career management service by administering all personal assessments of subordinates, manage the handling of grievance, disputes and disciplinary matters, Monitoring and Evaluation of Appointments and Service Benefits quality assurance processes, Develop and review Recruitment/ Service Benefits and Exit policies); Administer remuneration and condition of services with regard to Judges; To prepare memorandum to the Minister and President on various matters concerning judges; Implementation of the Judges Remuneration Act and Regulations; Oversee the work related to the remuneration of acting and permanent judges; Oversee the work related to the calculation and payment of pension, gratuities and resignation benefits to judges; Compile and co-ordinate monthly/quarterly/yearly reports concerning the Judges. ENQUIRIES : Ms C Gideon  (011) 335 0392 APPLICATIONS : Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Director: Human Resources, Office of the Chief Justice, Private Bag X10, Marshalltown, 2107. For the attention of HR Directorate. Applications can also be hand delivered to the Office of the Chief Justice, Human Resource Management, 13th floor, Edura House, 41 Fox Street, Johannesburg POST 09/36 : SENIOR COURT INTERPRETER REF NO: 2016/96/OCJ (This is a re-advertisement, candidates who applied previously are encouraged to re-apply) SALARY : R196 278–R231 210 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. CENTRE : Northern Cape High Court: Kimberley REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12/ NQF Level 4; Diploma: Legal Interpreting at NQF level 5 or equivalent qualification; Three (3) years practical experience as Court Interpreting; A valid driver’s licence will be an added advantage; LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS: Afrikaans, Tswana, English, IsiXhosa are compulsory; Sotho, Sepedi, XiTsonga, Tshivenda and IsiZulu will be an added advantage; NB: Shortlisted candidates will be required to undergo oral and written language proficiency testing. Skills and Competencies: Planning and organizing; Confidentiality; Computer literacy (MS Office); Good communication skills (written and verbal); Interpersonal skills; Time management skills; Analytical Thinking; Ability to work under pressure; Confidentiality; Listening skills. DUTIES : Render Interpreting Services; Assist with the reconstruction of Courts Records; Translate legal document and exhibits; Develop Terminology; Perform specific line and administrative support functions; Control and Supervision of Interpreters; ENQUIRIES : Ms S Ruthven (053) 807 2733 APPLICATIONS : Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Provincial Head, Office of the Chief Justice Service Centre, Private Bag X5043, Kimberley, 8301 OR Physical Address: High Court, Sol Plaatje Drive, Room B107, Kimberley, 8301. POST 09/37 : SENIOR COURT INTERPRETER 8 POSTS REF NO: 2016/97/OCJ SALARY : R196 278–R 231 210 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. CENTRE : Western Cape High Court: Cape Town REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12/NQF Level 4; Diploma: Legal Interpreting at NQF level 5 or equivalent qualification; Three (3) years practical experience as Court Interpreter; Proficiency in two or more indigenous languages and English; A valid driver’s licence will be an added advantage; NB: Shortlisted candidates will be required to undergo oral and written language proficiency testing. Skills and Competencies: Planning and organizing; Confidentiality; Computer literacy (MS Office); Good communication skills (written and verbal); Interpersonal skills; Time management skills; Analytical Thinking; Ability to work under pressure; Confidentiality; Listening skills. DUTIES : Render Interpreting Services; Assist with the reconstruction of Courts Records; Translate legal document and exhibits; Develop Terminology; Perform specific line and administrative support functions; Control and Supervision of Interpreters; 30 ENQUIRIES : Ms M Baker (021) 469 4000 APPLICATIONS : Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Provincial Head, Office of the Chief Justice Service Centre, Private Bag X9020, Cape Town, 8000 OR Physical Address: 35 Keerom Street, Cape Town. POST 09/38 : JUDGES SECRETARY REF NO: 2015/98/OCJ SALARY : R196 278–R 231 210 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. CENTRE : Northern Cape High Court: Kimberley REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 plus three years’ secretarial experience; Computer literacy (MS Office); 2 – 3 years legal experience will serve as an added advantage; A valid driver’s licence; Skills and Competencies: Good communication skills (written and verbal); Computer literacy (MS Office); Excellent typing skills; Administration and organizational skills; Self driven; Exceptional interpersonal skills; Ability to meet strict deadline and to work under pressure; Attention to detail. DUTIES : Provide general secretarial/administrative duties to the Judge; Answering of telephone calls and make telephone call on behalf of the Judge; Manage and type correspondence for the Judge; Arrange and diarize appointments, meetings, official visits, and make travel and accommodation arrangements etc; Safeguarding of all case files and the endorsement of case files with order made by Judge; Update Judge’s chambers book , documents and provide copies of documents to the Registrar; Accompany the Judge to Court and circuit Courts as well; Management of judge’s vehicle, logbook and the driving thereof; Arrange receptions for the Judge, and his visitors and attend to their needs; To collate statistics and submission on monthly basis; Any other task for or allocated by the Judge, Comply with Departmental Policies and Prescripts. ENQUIRIES : Ms S Ruthven  (053) 807 2733 APPLICATIONS : Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Provincial Head, Office of the Chief Justice Service Centre, Private Bag X5043, Kimberley, 8300. Applications can also be hand delivered to Office of the Chief Justice Service Centre, Northern Cape High Court: Kimberley, 8301. POST 09/39 : STATE ACCOUNTANT: FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING REF NO: 2015/99/OCJ SALARY : R196 278–R231 210 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. CENTRE : National Office REQUIREMENTS : A National Diploma/ Bachelor Degree in finance or equivalent qualification; 3 years’ experience in a financial environment (accounting or Paye and Petty Cash reconciliation); Knowledge of Financial/Accounting, Quality Assurance, Supply Chain Management; Knowledge and experience in PFMA and Treasury Regulations, Basic Accounting system (BAS); PERSAL, Departmental Financial Instructions (DFI); A valid Driver’s license. Skills and Competencies: Ability to manage Accounting and Administration functions effectively; Computer literacy; Good communication skills (written and verbal); Ability to work with stakeholders in a profession and empathetic manner; Good interpersonal relations; Accuracy and attention to detail; Problem solving skills. DUTIES : Verification and authorizing of BAS payments; Ensure all processed documents are audit compliant; Request and analyse expenditure reports; Identify erroneous allocations and correct per journal entry; Follow up outstanding creditor payments; Checking of receipts with cash on hand; Checking of bank deposit book before money is deposited; Monthly reconciliation of receipts and deposit; Ensure safekeeping of records; Supervision of staff performing financial duties; Ensure adherence to all applicable prescripts, procedures and regulations. ENQUIRIES : Ms P Morapedi (011) 838 2010 APPLICATIONS : Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Director: Human Resources, Office of the Chief Justice, Private Bag X10, Marshalltown, 2107. For the attention of HR Directorate. Applications can also be hand delivered to the Office of the Chief Justice, Human Resource Management, 13th floor, Edura House, 41 Fox Street, Johannesburg. POST 09/40 : STATE ACCOUNTANT: BUDGET AND REPORTING 3 POSTS REF NO: 2015/100/OCJ 31 SALARY : R196 278–R231 210 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. CENTRE : National Office REQUIREMENTS : A National Diploma/ Bachelor Degree in finance or equivalent qualification. 2 years appropriate budget and expenditure reporting experience. Knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act, and related financial management systems, norms and standards. Knowledge of financial system (BAS). Competent in excel and word. Skills and Competencies: Ability to manage Accounting and Administration functions effectively; Computer literacy; Good communication skills (written and verbal); Ability to work with stakeholders in a profession and empathetic manner; Good interpersonal relations; Accuracy and attention to detail; Problem solving skills. DUTIES : Assist in preparation of various budgets; Assist responsibility managers in compiling their budgets and report on their expenditure. Capture the budget in the financial system (BAS). Manage the department’s budget and notify responsibility managers on possible over/under spending and recommend solutions. Prepare and provide responsibility managers with management reports (cash flow statements) on monthly basis. Assist in the preparation of financial statements (appropriation statement). Investigate and journalise all misallocations. Ensure application of prescribed financial procedures and policies including PFMA and Treasury Regulations. Perform other duties as directed. ENQUIRIES : Mr S Jiyane (011) 838 2010 APPLICATIONS : Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Director: Human Resources, Office of the Chief Justice, Private Bag X10, Marshalltown, 2107. For the attention of HR Directorate. Applications can also be hand delivered to the Office of the Chief Justice, Human Resource Management, 13th floor, Edura House, 41 Fox Street, Johannesburg. POST 09/41 : REGISTRAR REF NO: 2016/92/OCJ SALARY : MR3-MR5 (R195 945 –R 708 765 per annum) (Salary will be in accordance with OSD determination). The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. CENTRE : North West Provincial Service Centre: Mahikeng REQUIREMENTS : An LLB Degree or four year equivalent qualification. At least two (2) to eight (8) years appropriate post qualification legal experience. Skills and Competencies: Case flow Management; Dispute management; Legal drafting; Legal research; Office management, planning and organizational skills; Good communications skills (written and verbal); Good interpersonal relations; Computer Literacy; Ability to interpret Acts and Regulations; Negotiation, motivation, customer relations, selfmanagement and stress management skills. DUTIES : Manage the co-ordination of Case Flow Management support; Processes to the Judiciary and prosecution at area level; Issue all processes that initiate court proceedings; Co-ordinate interpreting service Appeals and Reviews; Process unopposed Divorces and facilitation of Pre-Trial Conference; Check Criminal Record books; Consider Judgement by default; Appointment of Sheriffs of the Court on “ad hoc” basis; Authenticate signatures of Legal Practitioners, Notaries and Sworn translators, supervision of subordinates and evaluation of their performance; Any other official duties requested by the Chief Registrar. ENQUIRIES : Ms M Monkge  (018) 397 7065 APPLICATIONS : Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The OCJ Provincial Head, Private Bag X 2033, Mmabatho, 2735 OR hand delivered to: 22 Molopo Road, Ayob Gardens: Mafikeng. 32 ANNEXURE I DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE AND ADMINISTRATION It is the intention to promote representivity in the Department through the filling of these positions. The applications of Coloured males and persons with disabilities will receive preference. APPLICATIONS : Applications quoting reference number must be addressed to Mr Thabang Ntsiko. Applications must be posted to Department of Public Service and Administration, Private Bag X916, Pretoria, 0001 or delivered 546 Edmond Street, Batho Pele House, cnr Edmund and Hamilton Street, Pretoria. Faxed and emailed applications will not be considered. CLOSING DATE : Tuesday, 22 March 2016 NOTE : The successful candidate will have to sign an annual performance agreement and will be required to undergo a security clearance. Applications must be submitted on form Z.83 accompanied by copies of qualification(s), Identity Document (certified in the past 12 months.) Proof of citizenship if not RSA citizen, a comprehensive CV indicating duration of appropriate experience and three reference persons with the following information: name and contact numbers, an indication of the capacity in which the reference is known to the candidate. Reference checks will be done during the selection process. Note: Failure to submit these copies will result in the application not being considered. Note that correspondence will only be conducted with the short-listed candidates. If you have not been contacted within three (3) months of the closing date of the advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Applicants must note that further checks will be conducted once they are short-listed and that their appointment is subject to positive outcomes on these checks, which include security clearance, security vetting, qualification verification and criminal records. OTHER POST POST 09/42 : PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE PROJECT MANAGER: GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES HOUSING SCHEME (3 years contract) SALARY : R196 278 per annum (Level 7). Annual progression up to a maximum salary of R231 210 per annum is possible, subject to satisfactory performance. CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : A Senior Certificate and a Diploma in Office Management or related field of study or equivalent qualification (NQF level 5). Experience in Office Administration in a similar working environment. Knowledge of the Public Service Regulations. Sound knowledge of office tools (fax, photocopier and automated office equipment). DUTIES : Manage the Project Manager’s diary and prioritise the Project Manager’s meetings. Prepare briefing notes for the Project Manager, remind and advise the Project Manager regarding commitments and schedule appointments for and with the Project Manager. Manage the Office, manage correspondence, screen and record incoming mail and documents, route to line managers and follow up, gather information and prepare briefing notes for the Project Manager. Establish and maintain a filing and document management system in the Office of the Project Manager. Undertake follow-ups on issues raised by the Project Manager with internal and external stakeholders. Draft summaries for the Project Manager in relation to documents submitted for the Project Manager’s attention. Co-ordinate travel and accommodation arrangements for the Project Manager. Liaise with travel agencies, draft itinerary and make bookings for accommodation arrangements and shuttle services. Compile itineraries and administer S&T claims. ENQUIRIES : Ms Phindile Nthane Tel: (012) 402 4039 33 ANNEXURE J DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS The Department of Public Works is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. The intention is to promote representativity in the Public Service through the filling of these posts and with persons whose appointment will promote representativity, will receive preference. APPLICATIONS : The Regional Manager, Department of Public Works, Private Bag X3913, North End, Port Elizabeth. 6056. FOR ATTENTION : Ms F Clark CLOSING DATE : 18 March 2015 NOTE : An indication by candidates in this regard will facilitate the processing of applications. If no suitable candidates from the unrepresented groups can be recruited, candidates from the represented groups will be considered. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Applications must be submitted on a signed Form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service department and must be accompanied by a comprehensive CV, recently certified copies of qualifications and an Identification Document. Applications not complying with the above will be disqualified. Should you not have heard from us within the next months, please regard your application as unsuccessful. Note: It is the responsibility of all applicants to ensure that foreign and other qualifications are evaluated by SAQA. Recognition of prior learning will only be considered on submission of proof by candidates. Kindly note that appointment will be subject to verification of qualifications and a security clearance. Faxed, e-mailed or late applications will NOT be accepted. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply. OTHER POST POST 09/43 : CHIEF WORKS MANAGER (MECHANICAL) REF NO: 2016/03 Facilities Management SALARY : R243 747 per annum CENTRE : Port Elizabeth Regional Office REQUIREMENTS : N3 plus a trade certificate in the mechanical field with 2yrs relevant experience OR National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering with 1yr experience in the technical field. Preference will be given to candidates with a trade test certificate. Applicable knowledge of the PFMA, OHSA, National Building Regulations and Environmental Conservation Act, Valid driver’s license. Willingness to travel and work irregular hours. Project management skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Knowledge of Government procurement processes and systems. Good analytical skills. An unendorsed wireman’s license will be an added advantage. DUTIES : Assist Control Works Manage with the management of Mechanical projects. Attend to planned maintenance request from the clients. Inspect leased building, optimum use of electrical equipment and installations. Ensure building work and drawings comply with the OHS Act. Inspect and certify municipal account on electricity consumption. Compile scope of works and prepare estimates as well as technical reports. Certify and verify invoices. Prepare and compile submissions and progress reports on a monthly basis. ENQUIRIES : Mr M Ntshona Tel. (041) 408-2307 POST 09/44 : CHIEF WORKS MANAGER (ELECTRICAL) REF NO: 2016/04 Facilities Management SALARY : R243 747 per annum CENTRE : Port Elizabeth Regional Office REQUIREMENTS : N3 plus a trade certificate in the electrical field with 2yrs relevant experience OR National Diploma in electrical Engineering with 1yr experience in the technical field. Preference will be given to candidates with a trade test certificate. Applicable knowledge of the PFMA, OHSA, National Building Regulations and Environmental Conservation Act, Valid driver’s license. Willingness to travel and work irregular hours. Project management skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Knowledge of Government procurement processes and systems. Good analytical skills. An unendorsed wireman’s license will be an added advantage. DUTIES : Assist Control Works Manage with the management of Electrical projects. Attend to planned maintenance request from the clients. Inspect leased building, optimum use of electrical equipment and installations. Ensure building work and drawings 34 comply with the OHS Act. Inspect and certify municipal account on electricity consumption. Compile scope of works and prepare estimates as well as technical reports. Certify and verify invoices. Prepare and compile submissions and progress reports on a monthly basis. ENQUIRIES : Mr. M. Ntshona Tel. (041) 408-2307 35 ANNEXURE K DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT Department of Transport is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer with clear employment equity targets. Preference will be given to candidates whose appointment will assist the department in achieving its employment equity targets at these specific levels in terms of the Department’s Employment Equity Plan, i.e. People with disabilities, Coloured, Indian and white females; and males of all races. APPLICATIONS : Department of Transport, Private Bag X193, Pretoria, 0001 of hand deliver at the Forum Building, Cnr Struben and Bosman Street, Pretoria for attention Recruitment Unit, Room 4040. Employees are reminded to quote the relevant reference numbers/post number when applying for these posts. CLOSING DATE : 18 March 2016 NOTE : Applications must be accompanied by form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service Department, (or obtainable at www.gov.za) and a recent updated comprehensive CV including the details of at least two contactable referees (should be people who recently worked with the candidate (previous experience must be comprehensively detailed, i.e. positions held, responsibilities and exact dates), as well as certified copies of all qualifications and ID document. All fields of the Application for Employment Form (Z83) must be fully completed. Failure to submit the requested documents/information will result in your application not being considered. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). The Department reserves the right not to fill the posts. The successful candidates must be willing to sign an oath of secrecy with the Department. Applicants will be expected to be available for selection interviews and assessments at a time, date and place as determined by the Department. All appointments are subject to the verification of educational qualifications, previous experience, citizenship, reference checks and security vetting. Please note: Correspondence will only be entered into with shortlisted candidates. . If you have not been contacted within three (3) months after the closing date of the advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Kindly note that the following posts were advertised on PSVC 07 and the Department would like to re-advertise them and extended the closing date to 18 March 2016. OTHER POSTS POST 09/45 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: SAFETY, HEALTH ENVIRONMENT RISK AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT (SHERQ) REF NO: 02/2016/02 (Branch: Administration (Office of the Chief Operations Officer) (Chief Directorate: Human Resource Management & Development) (Directorate: Organisational Development and Change Management) (Sub-directorate: Employee Health and Wellness) SALARY : R289 761 per annum CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : Appropriate three year’s National Diploma in Safety Management or equivalent qualification (SAMTRAC + IT IS), NOSA with at least three (3) year’s relevant experience. The following will serve as strong recommendation: General knowledge of a health and safety environment. Good knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, its regulations and safety national standards and codes. Knowledge of the Public Service Regulations and ability to interpret and apply all applicable regulatory prescripts. Co-ordination and organising skills. Good communication and interpersonal skills. Project Management skills. Analytical thinking, decision making and motivational abilities. Analytical report writing, presentation, planning and coordination skills. Computer literacy. DUTIES : Develop, implement and monitor compliance with Safety, Health, Environment and Risk Quality. Establish policy guidelines that will regulate the functions, responsibilities and administrative aspects of Occupational Health and Safety committee. Coordinate Occupational Health and Safety related training and continuous educational programs. Identify hazards and risks at the workplace and initiate appropriate actions. Organise occupational Health and Safety compliance audits by appropriate authorities (Department of Labour etc on an annual basis). Develop, implement and monitor Safety, Health, Environment, Risk Quality management system. Evaluate and analyse possible risk factors that may impact on the organisation in terms of environmental, health, safety and risk. 36 ENQUIRIES : Ms. Vivian Mofokeng Tel: (012) 309 3735 POST 09/46 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: BEE IMPLEMENTATION, MONITORING AND EVALUATION (PUBLIC SECTOR) REF NO: 02/2016/03 (Branch: Integrated Transport Planning) (Chief Directorate: Modelling and Economic Analysis) (Directorate: Black Economic Empowerment) (Sub-Directorate: Implementation, Monitoring & Evaluation) SALARY : R 289 761 per annum CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : Applicant must have B Com Economics, Business Administration or equivalent qualification (preferably commercial qualification) with at least 3 year’s relevant experience. Thorough understanding of transformation and Broad – Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) principles, legislations and requirements. Understanding of Corporate Governance, Public Financial Management Act, Employment Equity Act, Public Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, Skills Development Act, etc. Ability to establish relationships and partnerships with a wide variety of stakeholders. Excellent stakeholder interaction. Interpersonal relations and people’s management, leadership qualities, pay attention to details, apply systematic approach, ability to work under pressure, good verbal and written communication, excellent computer skills, project management and above-average analytical skills. DUTIES : The incumbent will: Assist in making sure that public sector deliver on the Transport Sector B-BBEE Charter; Assist in the collation and collection of information related to key BEE Performance Indicators; Communicate public sector B-BBEE scorecard; Monitor progress of the charter by public sector; Assist in developing systems that will assist implementation, monitoring and evaluation of public sector scorecard’s targets and weightings; and Continuously update public sector database. Help to analyse B-BBEE trends in the Transport Sector (Public Sector) through verification of B-BBEE certificates from transport entities, provinces stakeholders at large; Advise the Department on B-BBEE non-compliance; and constantly interact with the institutions (e.g. Transport Sector B-BBEE Council, Provincial Government, State-Owned Enterprises, etc.) to monitor B-BBEE in the transport sector. Provide administrative support within B-BBEE processes (such as planning and organizing meetings with stakeholders, taking minutes of stakeholders meetings, etc). She/he must be willing to work under pressure, long hours and do intensive travelling. ENQUIRIES : Mr T Mafolo, tel. (012) 309-3011 37 ANNEXURE L DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SANITATION APPLICATIONS : Please forward your applications quoting the relevant reference number for Centre: Pretoria: Department of Water and Sanitation, Private Bag X350 Pretoria 0001 or hand deliver at Continental Building, corner Cnr Visagie and Bosman, street, Pretoria. For attention: Ms C Mazibuko. Please forward your applications quoting the relevant reference number for Centre: Kimberly: The Provincial Head, Department of Water and Sanitation, Postal is: Private Bag x6101. Kimberley 8301 or hand deliver at 28 Central Road, Beaconsfield, Kimberley. For attention: The Manager (Human Resources) Please forward your application quoting the relevant reference number Centre: East London to: The Provincial Head, Department of Water and Sanitation, Private bag X7485, King Williams Town, 5600 or hand deliver at the 2 Hargreaves Avenue, King William’s Town. For attention: The Manager (Human Resources) Please forward your applications quoting the reference number Centre: Durban to the: Provincial Head: KwaZulu-Natal, Department of Water Affairs, P O Box 1018, Durban, 4000 or hand deliver to 88 Joe Slovo Street, Southern Life Building, 9th Floor, Durban. For attention: The Manager (Human Resources) CLOSING DATE : 18 March 2016 NOTE : Applications must be submitted on signed and dated form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service Department, and should be accompanied by a comprehensive CV as well as certified copies of qualifications and Identity Document. For all posts, please forward your application quoting the relevant reference number, to the address mentioned at each post. No late, faxed or e-mailed applications will be accepted. Note: If you have not heard from us within two (2) months of the closing date, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Preference will be given to previously disadvantage groups. If no suitable candidates from the unrepresented groups can be recruited, candidates from the represented groups will be considered. Successful applicants will be required to undergo standard Government security clearance procedures and verification of qualification prior to permanent appointment. Should you be in a possession of a foreign qualification(s), it must be accompanied by an evaluation from South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). “All SMS shortlisted candidates will be subject to a technical exercise that intends to test relevant technical elements of the job, the logistics of which will be communicated by the department. Following the interview and technical exercise, the selection panel will recommend candidates to attend a generic managerial competency assessment (in compliance with the DPSA Directive on the implementation of competency based assessments). The competency assessment will be testing generic managerial competencies using the mandated DPSA SMS competency assessment tools” People with disabilities are highly encouraged to apply for the posts. PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY. MANAGEMENT ECHELON POST 09/47 : CHIEF DIRECTOR: INTERNAL AUDIT REF NO: 180316/01 SALARY : R 1 042 500 per annum (All inclusive package) level 14 CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : B-Degree (NQF 7) in Economic Sciences, Accounting and Auditing as major subjects. Eight (8) – ten (10) years experience in Financial Management or Management Accounting of which five (5) years should be at Senior Managerial level. Must have a proven project management experience. Extensive experience and excellent understanding of the strategic role of internal audit and of the audit committee. Knowledge of business, management principles and strategic planning, resource allocation and human resources. Understanding of the value chain and its impact on demand management. Sound knowledge of risk management, corporate governance and internal controls. DUTIES : Ad hoc requests on Compliance and Performance audit, Forensic Investigation and Quality Assurance audits and Information Technology audit. Ensure administration support to the audit committee. To ensure the development of a three year rolling plan. Ensure financial and human resource management. Maintain strategic support. Develop and implement electronic management system. To ensure stakeholder management. ENQUIRIES : Mr C Du Preez tel, (012) 336 6506 38 POST 09/48 : DIRECTOR: COMPLIANCE AND PERFORMANCE AUDITS REF NO: 180316/02 SALARY : R864 177 per annum (All inclusive package) level 13 CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : B-Degree or NQF level 7 in Accounting/Auditing or equivalent. Six (6) – ten (10) years experience relating to performing functions in Accounting or Business Economics of which five (5) years experience should be at Middle/senior Management level. Understanding and knowledge of accounting and other relevant principles (IFRS). Knowledge of internal audit principles, IIA Standards, Code of Conduct, King Code on Corporate Governance, Performance audits, Compliance audits, Risk assessment and management. Knowledge and understanding of GAAP/GRAP, PFMA, other relevant legislation and Supply Chain Management. Should have principles and practices of supervision. Understanding of techniques and requirements related to accounting/auditing procedures, practices and internal controls. DUTIES : Ensure conducting assurance Audit. To conduct performance audits. Managing financial and human resources. To develop annual plans for audit committee approval as per treasury regulations. Develop annual plans for audit committee approval as per treasury regulations. ENQUIRIES : Mr C Du Preez tel, (012) 336 6506 POST 09/49 : DIRECTOR: OPERATIONAL SUPPORT REF NO: 180316/03 SALARY : R864 177 per annum (All inclusive package) level 13 CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : A B-Degree or NQF 7 in project management or equivalent. Six (6) to ten (10) years in a technical/scientific environment of five (5) years experience should be at middle Managerial level. Sound knowledge of public management, PFMA, public service regulation and treasury regulations. Understanding of relevant legislative regime. Excellent knowledge of water sector dynamics. DUTIES : Development of strategic and business plan for the Directorate. To oversee and manage water sector capacity building programmes. Provide strategic support and monitoring on intervention to local government. Coordinate Operational Support and consolidation within the department and stakeholder. ENQUIRIES : Ms. P. Ramunenyiwa – Tel (012) 336 8065 POST 09/50 : DIRECTOR: DAM SAFETY REGULATION REF NO: 180316/04 SALARY : R864 177 per annum (All inclusive package) level 13 CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : B-Degree or (NQF level 7) qualification in Civil Engineering Water Sector/Science/Environmental Social Sciences/Legal environment or relevant qualification. NQF level 8 in the above mentioned field will be added advantage. Registration as a professional engineer with ECSA will be added advantage. Relevant experience in water resource management, dam safety of which five (5) years experience should be Middle/Senior Management level. Extensive knowledge of relevant legislation, policies and practices Nationally and International. Through knowledge and understanding of financial management and Dam Safety Regulation. Knowledge of programme, project management, local government sector, Public Service Act and Public service regulations. DUTIES : Manage the registration and classification of all dams with a safety risk. Ensure that all dams with safety risk are designed, build and altered in accordance with appropriate standards. Inspect and evaluate Category I and II dams at 5 year intervals. Provide dam safety reporting. Improve compliance of dams through compliance promotion, monitoring and enforcement (Chapter 12 directives). ENQUIRIES : Ms B Naidoo Tel, (012) 336 6581 OTHER POSTS 39 POST 09/51 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: GENERAL CONTROL REVIEW REF NO: 180316/05 SALARY : R361 659 per annum (All inclusive package) Level 10 CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : B Degree or National Diploma in Accounting/Auditing. Three (3) to five (5) years experience in Internal Audit/Auditing. Knowledge on IT auditing processes and audit policies, regulations for IT in the department. Knowledge of performance audits and IT audits risk assessments. Must have knowledge in combating fraud for the department. Good knowledge and understanding in PFMA, other financial prescripts and in GAAP/GRAP. DUTIES : Manage the implementation of integrated annual IT audit plan. Conduct internal audits on IT systems of the department. Provide management reports on internal audit risk assessment of the information going in and out on departmental IT. Implement audit systems and financial processes to comply with auditing best practices on IT related information for the department. To ensure that unwarranted information on departmental IT is blocked. ENQUIRIES : Mr P Jordaan tel, (012) 336 8854 POST 09/52 : SENIOR INTERNAL AUDITOR: GENERAL CONTROLS REVIEW REF NO: 180316/06 D SALARY : R243 747 per annum (level 8) CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : Degree or National Diploma in Accounting/Auditing. Two (2) to four (4) years experience in training. Knowledge and understanding on Internal Standards and procedures and King Code on corporate governance. Knowledge and understanding of Performance audits and Fraud & information technology audits. Knowledge and understanding of Risk assessment, management and GAAP/GRAP. Knowledge and understanding of Human Resource Management Legislation, policies, practices, procedures and Public Finance Management Act (PFMA). Knowledge of education and training quality assurance processes and procedures. Understanding of Governmental financial systems. DUTIES : Maintain general Control Review (IT Audits). Ensure application Control (IT Audits). To ensure Forensic Investigations. To maintain Quality Assurance Audits. Manage performance Audits. To ensure compliance Audits. ENQUIRIES : Mr P Jordaan tel, (012) 336 8854 POST 09/53 : SENIOR INTERNAL AUDITOR: COMPLIANCE AUDITS 2 POSTS REF NO: 180316/06 A SALARY : R243 747 per annum (level 8) CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : Degree or National Diploma in Accounting/Auditing. Two (2) to four (4) years experience in training. Knowledge and understanding on Internal Standards and procedures and King Code on corporate governance. Knowledge and understanding of Performance audits and Fraud & information technology audits. Knowledge and understanding of Risk assessment, management and GAAP/GRAP. Knowledge and understanding of Human Resource Management Legislation, policies, practices, procedures and Public Finance Management Act (PFMA). Knowledge of education and training quality assurance processes and procedures. Understanding of Governmental financial systems. DUTIES : Maintain general Control Review (IT Audits). Ensure application Control (IT Audits). To ensure Forensic Investigations. To maintain Quality Assurance Audits. Manage performance Audits. To ensure compliance Audits. ENQUIRIES : Mr P Jordaan tel, (012) 336 8854 POST 09/54 : SENIOR INTERNAL AUDITOR: FORENSIC AUDITS 3 POSTS REF NO: 180316/06 B SALARY : R243 747 per annum (level 8) CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : Degree or National Diploma in Accounting/Auditing. Two (2) to four (4) years experience in training. Knowledge and understanding on Internal Standards and procedures and King Code on corporate governance. Knowledge and understanding of Performance audits and Fraud & information technology audits. Knowledge and understanding of Risk assessment, management and GAAP/GRAP. Knowledge and understanding of Human Resource Management 40 Legislation, policies, practices, procedures and Public Finance Management Act (PFMA). Knowledge of education and training quality assurance processes and procedures. Understanding of Governmental financial systems. DUTIES : Maintain general Control Review (IT Audits). Ensure application Control (IT Audits). To ensure Forensic Investigations. To maintain Quality Assurance Audits. Manage performance Audits. To ensure compliance Audits. ENQUIRIES : Mr P Jordaan tel, (012) 336 8854 POST 09/55 : SENIOR INTERNAL AUDITOR: PERFORMANCE AUDITS 2 POSTS REF NO: 180316/06 C SALARY : R243 747 per annum (level 8) CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : Degree or National Diploma in Accounting/Auditing. Two (2) to four (4) years experience in training. Knowledge and understanding on Internal Standards and procedures and King Code on corporate governance. Knowledge and understanding of Performance audits and Fraud & information technology audits. Knowledge and understanding of Risk assessment, management and GAAP/GRAP. Knowledge and understanding of Human Resource Management Legislation, policies, practices, procedures and Public Finance Management Act (PFMA). Knowledge of education and training quality assurance processes and procedures. Understanding of Governmental financial systems. DUTIES : Maintain general Control Review (IT Audits). Ensure application Control (IT Audits). To ensure Forensic Investigations. To maintain Quality Assurance Audits. Manage performance Audits. To ensure compliance Audits. ENQUIRIES : Mr P Jordaan tel, (012) 336 8854 POST 09/56 : ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS/REGULATORY INSPECTOR SALARY : R243 747 per annum (level 8) CENTRE : East London x2: Ref: 180316/07 A Kimberly x3: Ref: 180316/07 B Durban x2: Ref: 180316/07 C REQUIREMENTS : National Diploma Public Administration or equivalent qualification in the field of Natural Science or Policing. Three (3) year experience in the field. Knowledge in water use investigation, inspections, sampling procedures, report writing and relevant legislation. Knowledge and understanding of natural resource management which is technical assessment of action plans. DUTIES : To ensure compliance through investigations, administrative enforcement action (prepare issue notices and directives). ENQUIRIES : Mr L Andrew tel, (043) 604 5403/ 043 701 0357 (Eastern Cape) Mr G Van Dyk tel, (053) 830 8802 (Kimberly) Ms A Masefield tel, (031) 336 2839 (Durban) 41 ANNEXURE M PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: EASTERN CAPE DEPARTMENT OF COOPERATIVE GOVERNANCE AND TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS The Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs is a an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer females and disabled persons are encouraged to apply APPLICATIONS : Applications quoting reference number must be addressed to Ms N. Nyembezi but will be received at Foyer until 15H30 on the closing date. Applications must be posted to The Head of Department, Department of Cooperative Governance & Traditional Affairs, Private Bag X0035, BHISHO, 5605. NB: No late or faxed applications will be accepted. CLOSING DATE : 18 March 2016, 15H30. NOTE : Applicants are required to submit a completed Z.83 form obtainable from any Government Institution. Certified copies of the required qualifications, bar coded identity document, academic records and comprehensive Curriculum Vitae must accompany these forms. Candidates must indicate the number of this circular and the post number as a reference. Candidates requiring additional information must direct their enquiries telephonically to the person indicated below. All shortlisted candidates will be subjected to personnel suitability check in terms of minimum information security standard. Selected candidates will also be subjected to competency based assessment and technical exercise that intends to test relevant technical elements of the job. Communication will be limited to selected candidates only. If you do not hear from us within six (6) months of the closing date, please accept that your application is unsuccessful. MANAGEMENT ECHELON POST 09/57 : DIRECTORS: DISTRICT SUPPORT CENTRE 3 POSTS SALARY : R864 177 – R1 017 972 per annum, Level: 13 CENTRE : Amathole, OR.Tambo & Alfred Ndzo Districts REQUIREMENTS : A recognised three year degree/ advanced diploma in Public Administration/Management, Development Studies or an undergraduate relevant qualification at NQF level 7as recognised by SAQA. Experience in Local Government will be an added advantage. Have a valid/unendorsed Code 8 (EB) Driver’s License, Computer Literacy, Communications, Presentation and Report Writing as well as People Management Skills. Minimum of five years working experience as a Deputy Director in the related field. DUTIES : Responsible for efficient management of the District including the effective utilization and training of staff, the maintenance of discipline, the promotion of sound labour relations and the proper use of state property. Provide and drive strategic direction for the District and ensure the formulation and implementation of policies which will enable the district to successfully fulfil its role in delivering services to the communities/clients. Ensure that policies of the government of the day relevant to the department are translated and implemented properly to achieve the desired goals. Co-ordinate all activities of the district related to Municipalities and Traditional Leadership Institutions. Perform accounting officer’s responsibilities in the district as per delegations from the accounting officer, this includes management of the office. Maintain good working relations and participate in IGR related institutional arrangements with all relevant stakeholders within the District. Serve as a contact person between the department and municipalities that fall within the District. Ensure compliance with all relevant mandates, legislations, regulations, guidelines and other applicable directives are implemented in the best way to maximize efficiency. Manage and monitor Directorate’s budget and action plans. Managing and exercise overall control over all functions and personnel under his/her supervision, in order to determine if directorate’s goals are achieved and taking corrective actions. Ensure that, the managing of risk management indications, quality assurance measures, transformation audits, employment equity practice and performance management system are up to required standards. Ensure compliance with PFMA, MFMA, Public Service Act of 1994 and Public Service Regulations, municipal Structures Act, Municipal Systems Act, IGR Framework Act, Traditional Leadership and Governance Framework Act, SITA and other relevant legislation and mandates that are relevant to the department and also governing Local Government and Traditional Institutions. ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mabusela, Tel no (040) 609 5350/2 42 POST 09/58 : DIRECTOR: MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCE SALARY : R864 177 per annum– R1 017 972, Level 13 CENTRE : Bhisho REQUIREMENTS : A recognised 3 year degree/ advanced diploma or equivalent NQF level 7 relevant qualification with at least Accounting/ Financial Management and / Auditing in the relevant field. A minimum of five years experience as a Deputy Director with specific focus in Financial and /Auditing / Internal Auditing environment. Understanding of Municipal Finance Management Act and other Local Government Legislation, Policies and Procedures. Management and internal control skills. DUTIES : Facilitate and promote financial viability and management in municipalities. Seek solutions to resolve financial problems in municipalities. Ensuring the development and implementation of policies and procedures pertaining to financial management in municipalities. Develop mechanism and procedures to monitor and support municipalities on financial management. Develop strategies to improve financial viability in municipalities. Develop and implement a strategy to ensure the success of departmental interventions on financial matters in municipalities. Promote accountability in municipalities by ensuring proper and timely reporting including submission of oversight reports of municipalities to Legislature. Support all programmes that are designed to improve governance and fight corruption in municipalities. Evaluate the systems of internal control in municipalities and design support measure. Create a conducive environment for municipalities to address matters raised on audit reports. Responsible for the efficient management of the sub directorate, including the effective utilization and training of staff, maintenance of discipline and proper use of resources. ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mabusela, Tel no (040) 609 5350/2 POST 09/59 : DIRECTOR: HUMAN RESOURCE UTILISATION & CAPACITY BUILDING SALARY : R864 177–R1 017 972 per annum, Level 13 CENTRE : Bhisho REQUIREMENTS : A recognized three year degree/advanced diploma or NQF 7 relevant qualification with five years experience at managerial level. Good communication skills (verbal and written). Excellent computer skills in as far as MS Word, Excel and Power point. Code EB Drivers licence. Five years experience Understanding of the performance management and development systems, skills development legislation and HR policies. Computer Literacy. DUTIES : Provide strategic leadership pertaining to HR development, performance management and development. Responsible for the Development and implementation of HR policies, plans and strategy. Manage the development, maintenance and implementation of Workplace Skills Plan. Identify strategic priorities for training and development across the Department. Manage bursaries, training, learnership, internship, induction and mentorship programmes with the Department. Manage implementation of performance management and development system. Provide leadership in supporting the development of a stronger performance management culture. Provide guidance and support to staff within the Human Resource Development Directorate Responsible for the Directorate’s budget and resources in accordance with the Public Finance Management Act. ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mabusela, Tel no (040) 609 5350/2 POST 09/60 : DIRECTOR: SECURITY SERVICES & ANT- CORRUPTION SALARY : R864 177 – R1 017 972 per annum, Level 13 CENTRE : Bhisho REQUIREMENTS : A recognised three year degree or equivalent NQF level 7 qualification with security related training. Five years’ experience in middle management. Experience in any security environment will be added an advantage. Risk management and communication course Cryptograph will be added advantage. DUTIES : Coordinate and manage the total security function of the Department (document security, personnel security, IT security communication and physical security). Manage information and communication security systems. Co-ordinate and manage the vetting process of the Department. Develop and implement the security policy of the department in line with the Minimum Information Standard (MISS) and the provincial security management security. Ensure Management of classified documents. Establish function relations with the law enforcement agencies. Render fraud and anti-corruption services in the Department 43 ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mabusela, Tel no (040) 609 5350/2 POST 09/61 : CHIEF PROFESSIONAL SURVEYOR GRADE B: LAND SURVEY SALARY : R846 984 – R1 304 352.00 per annum, Level OSD post CENTRE : Bhisho REQUIREMENTS : Science Bachelor’s degree in Land Surveying or Geomatics or an equivalent NQF Level 7 qualification recognised by the South African Council for Professional and Technical Surveyors. Registration as a Professional Land Surveyor with the Council plus five years post registration working experience. Knowledge of Local Government legislation and environment, land survey legislation, methods and procedures will be a strong recommendation. Have programme and project management knowledge and experience. Have analytical and financial management skills. Knowledge of GIS will be an added advantage. Have a valid driver’s licence. DUTIES : Assist the Senior Manager in the effective operation and management of the Land Survey Section in the facilitation of cadastral information management, land survey and mapping services. Formulate and interpret land survey and planning legislation and processes. Responsible for the efficient management of the Sub-division, including the effective utilisation and training of staff, the maintenance of discipline, promotion of sound labour relations and the proper use of state property. Administration of operational plans for the Section, ensuring that the goals and objectives determined are achieved. Co-ordinate and direct programmes of technical support with regard to land survey services to local government structures. Provide information on land survey-related issues to Municipalities and other users. ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mabusela, Tel no (040) 609 5350/2 OTHER POSTS POST 09/62 : CHIEF ENGINEER GRADE A 2 POSTS Component: Municipal Infrastructure Services SALARY : R809 988 per annum, Level OSD Post CENTRE : Bhisho REQUIREMENTS : A recognized degree BSC or B-Tech in Built Environment, preferable Civil Engineering / Quantity Surveying with six years post qualification experience and. registration as a professional Engineer / Technologist is compulsory. Programme or project management course will be an added advantage. Computer literacy, presentation, communication, liaison, coordination, planning and organizing skills are considered. Code EB driver’s license is compulsory DUTIES : Oversee that municipalities adhere to legislation and policies as stated in the constitution Facilitate technical support to the Municipal Technical Units. Assess municipal performance on all capital grants and advise on the support required. Facilitate Inter Governmental Relations between all spheres of government. Facilitate the evaluation of project technical reports and Business Plans for registration and recommendation for approval by the MIG Provincial Programme Manager. Monitor the implementation of infrastructure backlogs eradication by municipalities. Programme and project manage departmental funded infrastructure projects in terms of various categories of Engineering norms and standards. ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mabusela, Tel no (040) 609 5350/2 POST 09/63 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: PUBLIC PATICIPATION SALARY : R674 979–R795 090 per annum, Level 12 CENTRE : Bhisho REQUIREMENTS : Relevant three year Degree/Diploma/NQF6. Three years managerial experience in local governance. Three years’ experience as an assistant director in the related field. A valid driver’s licence. DUTIES : Provide support in strengthening municipal and council administration to enhance Public Participation. Implement the roll-out of Public Participation Framework Facilitate, establish and implement Ward Committee systems. Monitor and evaluate efficacy of Public Participation .Support the Implementation of Departmental Outreach programme, EXCO Outreach programme(IMBIZO), Municipal Outreach programme . Provide input into policy and legislation formulation. Efficient management of unit’s resources. ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mabusela, Tel no (040) 609 5350/2 44 POST 09/64 : DEPUTY DIRECTORS: DISTRICT SUPPORT CENTRES 3 POSTS SALARY : R674 979 – R795 090 per annum CENTRE : Chris Hani, Joe Gqabi and Alfred Ndzo REQUIREMENTS : A recognized three (3) year Degree/Diploma in Public Admin/Management or Social Science or equivalent NQF level 6 relevant qualification. Three (3) years working experience as an Assistant Director. Experience in Local Government will be an added advantage. Have a valid / unendorsed code 8 (EB) Driver’s License, Computer Literacy, Communications, Presentation and Report Writing Skills. DUTIES : Provide support and drive strategic direction for the district and ensure the formulation and implementation of policies which will enable the district to successfully fulfil its role in delivering services to the communities/Clients. Coordinate all departmental and sector programs At the district related to municipalities and Traditional Leadership Institutions. Maintain good working relations and participate in IGR related institutional arrangements with all relevant stakeholders within districts. Support the OCA project implementation of 1994 and Public Service regulations, Municipal Structures Act, Municipal Systems Act, IGR Framework Act, Traditional Leadership and Governance Framework Act, SITA and other relevant Legislations and mandates that are relevant to the department and also governing local government and traditional institutions. ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mabusela, tel no (040) 609 5350/2 POST 09/65 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: INTERNAL AUDIT SALARY : R674 979–R795 090 per annum, Level 12 CENTRE : Bhisho REQUIREMENTS : A three year tertiary degree/ diploma in Internal Audit or equivalent NQF 6 level relevant qualification. Minimum of three years appropriate management experience in an Internal Audit environment at level 9/10. A valid driver’s Licence. Teammate software as an added advantage. Affiliate member of a professional body Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), Institute of Risk Management South Africa (IIRMSA), etc. DUTIES : Develop the risk based 3 year strategic and 1 year operational plans for the unit. Develop a project, scheduling the audit assignment for the unit. Monitor progress on execution of the operational plan for the unit. Ensure proper co-ordination with related internal audit assignments. Determine appropriate resources to achieve engagement objectives. Overall supervision of the execution of the engagement and reviewer of the work performed. Communicating results to stakeholders. Monthly progress reporting to the directorates. Quarterly reporting to the Audit committee. Liaison with other service providers to prevent duplication of audit effort (Auditor General). Manage compliance to the Department policies, rules and regulations and procedure manuals. Overall budget monitoring for the unit. Provide input into the overall allocation of the internal audit budget. Provide input into the audit methodology maintenance and development. Ensure overall and timely management and distribution of Audit Committee packs. Responsible for efficient management of the Directorate including the effective utilisation and training of staff, maintenance of discipline, promotion of sound labour relations and proper use State properties. ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mabusela. Tel no (040) 609 5350/2 POST 09/66 : OFFICE MANAGERS: TRADITIONAL LEADERSHIP INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT, SPATIAL PLANNING & CORPORATE SERVICES 3 POSTS SALARY : R361 659–R426 009 per annum, Level 10 CENTRE : Bhisho REQUIREMENTS : A recognise three year degree/diploma or NQF level 6 qualification or Senior Certificate coupled with seven years’ experience in the related field Knowledge of Local Government, Public Finance Management Act and Treasury Regulations will be an added advantage. Computer Literacy. Driver’s license, Code 08. Competences: Excellent communication skills. DUTIES : Assist in the co-ordination and consolidation of the activities of the Chief Directorate. Make follow ups to task assigned to directorates. Prepare memoranda, reports, speeches, etc for the Chief Director. Facilitate the co-ordination of strategy and operation plans of the Chief Directorate. Facilitate the co-ordination of compilation of programme performance monthly /quarterly/half-yearly annually and administration reports for the Chief Directorate. Co-ordinate the development and implementation of the Procurement Plan of the Chief Directorate. 45 ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mabusela. Tel no (040) 609 5350/2 POST 09/67 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: POLICY, RESEARCH AND LEGISLATION DEVELOPMENT SALARY : R361 659–R426 009 per annum, Level 10 CENTRE : Bhisho REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate Bachelor’s degree or National Diploma in Social Science / relevant qualifications with 3 years’ working experience as a Researcher/ Three years’ experience at supervisory level, Preferable at level 8. Computer literacy, Code 08 Drivers License. Competencies: Ability to work well with people. Client orientated. Ability to work under pressure meeting strict deadline. Good communication, report writing and presentation skills. Willingness to travel and willingness to work beyond working hours. DUTIES : Conduct Research of Genealogies of Senior Traditional Leaders. Conduct Research on Heritage of Traditional Leadership Institutions. Assist in the Development of Policies and Legislation Development. Knowledge of the PFMA, Treasury Regulations, Public Service Act, Provincial Traditional Leadership and Governance Act No. 4 of 2005, Traditional Leadership and Governance Framework Act No.41 of 2003 and other relevant legislation and mandates that are relevant to the Department. Efficiently Management of Finances and Human resource. ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mabusela. Tel no (040) 609 5350/2 POST 09/68 : PERSONAL ASSISTANTS TO DDG & DIRECTOR PROVINCIAL HOUSE OF TRADITIONAL LEADERS, TRADITIONAL LEADERSHIP RURAL DEVELOPMENT FACILITATION, TRADITIONAL FINANCE,TRADITIONAL INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT & CORDINATION, HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, DEVELOPMENTAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT & TRADITIONAL LEADER’S ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT 7 POSTS SALARY : R196 278–R231 210 per annum, Level 07 CENTRE : Bhisho REQUIREMENTS : Senior Certificate coupled with secretarial certificate or equivalent qualification. Computer Literacy. Relevant experience in this field will be an added advantage DUTIES : Facilitate the smooth running of Senior Manager’s office. Facilitate the availability of all the office records at all times. Assess incoming work and distribute where is required. Type correspondence delegate by the Senior Manager. Manage the diary of Senior Manager. Manage the resources of the office of the Senior Manager. ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mabusela, Tel no (040) 609 5350/2 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 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 : Application quoting reference number must be submitted to Human Resource Office, Hand Delivery or posted to Taylor Bequest Hospital Private Bag X 836 Matatiele 4730. Tel: 039 737 3107.NB no late or faxed applications will be accepted. FOR ATTENTION : Mr S M Khohliso CLOSING DATE : 18 March 2016 NOTE : Applications must be submitted on form z83, obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the internet at www.dpsa.gov.za/documents. The Completed and signed form should be accompanied by a recently updated CV as well as certified copies of all qualification/s and ID document( no copies of certified copies allowed, certification should not be more than six months old). 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 three (3) months after the closing date please accept that your application was unsuccessful. MANAGEMENT ECHELON POST 09/69 : CLINICAL MANAGER MEDILCAL GRADE I SALARY : R911 796 – R1 011 954 per annum (plus competitive benefits) Salary is based on experience in terms of OSD. 46 CENTRE : Taylor Bequest (Matatiele) Hospital REQUIREMENTS : MBCHB, Current registration with HPCSA as Medical Practitioner, a minimum of four (4) years appropriate experience as Medical Officer after registration with HPCSA as Medical Practitioner, valid work permit (if not a South African resident, seeking employment letter from National Department of Health (Initial endorsement), computer skills, valid driver’s licence. Understanding of PFMA and Treasury Regulations. Must be able to function in multi-disciplinary team. Good communication interpersonal skills. DUTIES : Provide and support quality clinical services. Support the integrated and extension of clinical care in the health system. Manage all clinical and auxiliary services in the hospital. Must have experience in performing operations and casualty and major theatre and able to transfer skills to newly employed doctors. Audit improve quality in the health services. Provide leadership support and guidance regarding safe, therapeutic clinical management and appropriate medical practices. Support the development of the health system, support the establishment and development of the clinical department of Primary Health care and relationship with the community. Unpack, disseminate, implement and enforce departmental policies. ENQURIES : Mr S.M. Khohliso, Tel No 039 737 3107 OTHER POST POST 09/70 : MEDICAL OFFICER 2 POSTS SALARY : Grade I: R637 315 Grade 2: R729 315 – 5 years’ experience Grade 3 R 846 390-10 years’ experience (Depending on experience).Salary is based on experience in terms of OSD. CENTRE : Taylor Bequest (Matatiele) Hospital REQUIREMENTS : MBCHB, Current registration with HPCSA as Medical Practitioner, valid work permit (if not a South African Resident) Ability to work under pressure and within multi-disciplinary. DUTIES : Provide and support quality clinical services. Support the integrated and extension of clinical care in the health system. Manage all clinical and auxiliary services in the hospital. Must have experience in performing operations and casualty and major theatre and able to transfer skills to newly employed doctors. Audit improve quality in the health services. Provide leadership support and guidance regarding safe, therapeutic clinical management and appropriate medical practices. Support the development of the health system, support the establishment and development of the clinical department of Primary Health care and relationship with the community. Unpack, disseminate, implement and enforce departmental policies. ENQURIES : Mr S.M. Khohliso, Tel No 039 737 3107 47 ANNEXURE N PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: GAUTENG DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION APPLICATIONS : DISTRICTS EKURHULENI NORTH (EN) Physical Address: 78 Howard Avenue, Munpen Building, BENONI Postal Address: Private Bag X059, Benoni, 1500 Enquiries: Emily Mochela TEL: (011) 746-8190, DISTRICT EKURHULENI SOUTH [ES]: Physical Address: Infinity Office Park, Private Bag X8001 2 Robin Close, Alberton Meyersdal, 1450 ALBERTON Enquiries: Ellen Raphoto TEL: (011) 389-6034, GAUTENG EAST [GE]: Physical Address Corner 7th Street and 5th Avenue, 5th Floor Telkom Towers, Postal Address SPRINGS: 1560 Enquiries: Mpho Leotlela TEL: (011) 736-0716 DISTRICT GAUTENG NORTH [GN]: Physical Address: Yorkcor Park Building, 86 Watermeyer Street, VAL DE GRACE, PRETORIA Postal Address: Private Bag X75 Pretoria, 0001 Enquiries: Ria Van der Merwe TEL: (012) 846-3635 DISTRICT GAUTENG WEST [GW]: Physical Address: Corner Boshoff & Human Street, KRUGERSDORP Postal Address: Private Bag X2020, Krugersdorp 1740 Enquiries: Louisa Dhlamini TEL: (011) 660-4581, DISTRICT JOHANNESBURG CENTRAL [JC]: Physical Address: Corner Morola & Chris Hani road Soweto College PIMVILLE Postal Address: P.O. Box 900064, Bertsham, 2013 Enquiries: Rendani Nemukula: TEL: (011) 983-2231, DISTRICT JOHANNESBURG EAST [JE]: Physical Address: 142/144, Fourth & Elizabeth Street, Parkmore, SANDTON Postal Address: Private Bag X9910, Sandton, 2146 Enquiries: Elizabeth Moloko: TEL: (011) 666-9109, DISTRICT JOHANNESBURG NORTH [JN]: Physical Address: Corner Biccard & Jorrison street FNB Building BRAAMFONTEIN Postal Address: Private Bag X01, Braamfontein, 2017 Enquiries: Nelisiwe Mashazi: TEL: (011) 694 9378, DISTRICT JOHANNESBURG SOUTH [JS]: Physical Address: 100 Northern Parkway, Crownwood Ormonde, JOHANNESBURG Postal Address: Private Bag X13, Lenasia, 1820 Enquiries: Patrick Sesane: TEL: (011) 247-5957 DISTRICT JOHANNESBURG WEST [JW]: Physical Address: 20 Madeline street FLORIDA Postal Address: P.O. Box 1995, Florida,1709 Enquiries: Lizwe Jafta: TEL: (011) 831-5433, DISTRICT SEDIBENG EAST [SE]: Physical Address: Corner Joubert & Kruger street SL & M Building VEREENIGING Postal Address: Private Bag X05, Vereeniging, 1930 Enquiries: Ntombi Moyo: TEL: (016) 440-1861 DISTRICT SEDIBENG WEST [SW]: Physical Address: Sebokeng College 6 Samuel Street; Zone 18,SEBOKENG Postal Address: Private Bag X067, Vanderbijlpark, 1900 Enquiries: Erna Rust TEL: (016) 594 9207, DISTRICT TSWANE NORTH [TN]: Physical Address: Wonderboom Junction 11 Lavender Street, PRETORIA Postal Address: Private Bag X925, Pretoria, 0001 Enquiries Priscilla Ravele TEL: (012) 543 1044, DISTRICT TSWANE SOUTH [TS]: Physical Address: President Towers Building, 265 Pretorius Street PRETORIA Postal Address: Private Bag X198 Pretoria, 0001 Enquiries: Margie van der Walt TEL: (012) 401 6363/5, DISTRICT TSHWANE WEST [TW] Physical Address: Klipgat Road Old Hebron College Postal Address: Private Bag X38, Rosslyn, 0200 Enquiries: Salamina Letoaba TEL: (012) 725 1451, HEAD OFFICE [HO] Physical Address: 111 Commissioner street, Johannesburg Postal address: P.O. Box 7710, Johannesburg 2001 Enquiries: CHECK ENQUIRIES ON THE ADVERT CLOSING DATE : 18 March 2016 NOTE : Application must be submitted on form z83, obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the internet at www.dpsa.gov.za/documents. The completed and signed form should be accompanied by a recently Updated CV as well as certified copies of all qualification/s an ID document (no copies of certified copies allowed, certification should not be more than six months old). 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 three months after the closing date please accept that your application was unsuccessful 48 OTHER POSTS POST 09/71 : SENIOR ADMIN OFFICER REF NO: JW2016/03/01 Directorate: Education Operations and Support SALARY : R243 747 per annum CENTRE : Johannesburg West District REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate, recognized Tertiary qualification (or equivalent) qualification (NQF L6) in Information systems operation. Applicants with prior learning, either by means of experience or alternative courses may also apply. Knowledge of relevant policies, procedures and legislative frameworks in public sector. excellent Computer skills (Microsoft package). Good interpersonal skills and communication skills (Verbal and written). Administrative, analytical and organizational skills. Supervisory skills. Ability to work under pressure and in a team. DUTIES : Proper keeping of records and databases. Gather and process information. functions such as filling, recording and compiling of minutes meetings, report writing and handling incoming and outgoing correspondence and telephone calls. Supervise Staff Convert system data into usable information. Manage the District information system, collate monthly and quarterly reports. Manage annual surveys. Manage the training and implementation of SA-SAMS. Co-Ordinate the use and acquisition of I.T for the District. ENQUIRIES : Mr Lizwe Jafta, Tel (011) 831 5433 POST 09/72 : SENIOR PROVISIONING ADMIN OFFICER REF NO: TW2016/03/02 Directorate: Provisioning & Admin for Institutions SALARY : R243 747 per annum CENTRE : Tshwane West District REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate recognized (or equivalent) qualification (NQF L6) plus 5 -10 years relevant experience. Applicant with prior learning, either by means of experience or alternative course may also apply. Knowledge of PFMA, Treasury Regulations, Procurement Procedures and OHS. Good managerial skills, good interpersonal skills, organizing skills and Time management & Leadership skills, computer literacy. Good communication skill both verbally and written. Ability to lead, work in a team as well as alone, ability to work under pressure and meet the deadline. DUTIES : Supervise the daily activities of the Cleaners and the General Assistants. Leave management. Conduct random inspections of all areas allocated to the Support staff. Monitor cleaning. Monitoring adherence to cleaning procedures for officials randomly on a weekly basis. Compile a weekly report for inspections. Check and confirm that all cleaning equipment is available and in good working condition. Inventory management. Waste Paper Management. PMDS evaluation. Registry And Photocopying Machine Management, Ensure that the meter readings are captured and verified on a monthly basis. Manage bulk printing. Compile reports. Compile the Operational and Procurement Plan for the unit. Control and monitor support services budget. Ensure that budget is spent according to the Operational and Procurement plan. ENQUIRIES : (TW) Ms. Salamina Letoaba, Tel (012) 725 1451 POST 09/73 : CHIEF TYPIST 2 POSTS Sub Directorate: Finance and administration Section: Office Service Pool SALARY : R196 278 per annum CENTRE : Johannesburg West REF NO: JW2016/03/03 Johannesburg East REF NO: JE2016/03/04 REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate, recognized Tertiary qualification (or equivalent) qualification (NQF L6). Applicants with prior learning, either by means of experience or alternative courses may also apply. Computer literate (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Good organizational and communication skills. Able to work under pressure. DUTIES : Acknowledge receipt of draft document in a register. Ensure correct and timeously execution of typing requests. Ensure strict application of departmental typing prescripts. Type and proof read documents, rectify mistakes and ensure office neatness. Ensure equal workload between typist. Ensure effective utilization of equipment. Up keeping stock levels of stationery. ENQUIRIES : (JW) Mr. Lizwe Jafta, Tel (011) 831 5433 (JE) Ms. Elizabeth Moloko, Tel (011) 666 9109 49 POST 09/74 : PRINCIPAL PERSONNEL OFFICER REF NO: JE2016/03/05 Sub Directorate: Transversal HR Services Section: Condition of Services SALARY : R196 278 per annum CENTRE : Johannesburg East District REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate recognized tertiary qualification or equivalent plus relevant plus between 2 to 3 years’ experience or Grade 12 or equivalent with more than 10 years in a Human Resources environment. Experience should include experience of conditions of service, appointments, termination of service etc. Knowledge and understanding of Human Resource Management policies, procedures, regulations, current legislations peculiar to education and public service. Excellent communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills. Ability to work under pressure, use PERSAL and to provide advisory support to business units. Computer literacy in MS Excel, MS Word MS Access and MS outlook. A valid South African driver’s license is an added advantage DUTIES : Responsible for supervision of Condition of Service functions: appointments, promotions, transfers termination of services, payment of pension benefits recognition of qualification, leave, etc. Revise and approve transactions on PERSAL. Compile submissions. Manage projects as identified. Supervise performance management and training of subordinate(s) to ensure a high level of service delivery to line functionaries and clients. Provide advice on conditions of service related matters. Prepare and provide statistics and compile reports. Ensure adherence to effective implementation of HR Policies, Regulations and Acts. ENQUIRIES : Ms Elizabeth Moloko, Tel (011) 666 9109 POST 09/75 : CHIEF PROVISIONING ADMIN CLERK 2 POSTS Sub Directorate: Finance and administration Unit: Provisioning and Administration SALARY : R196 278 per annum CENTRE : Johannesburg South REF NO: JS2016/03/06, Johannesburg East REF NO: JE2016/03/07 REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate, recognized Tertiary qualification Degree / Diploma-plus 3 years’ relevant experience. Grade 12 – plus 6 years’ relevant experience. Procurement directives (Supply chain management manual). Treasury Regulations, PFMA, PPPFA, SASA and Assets Policy. Asset management. How to do basic research/gather information. Administration procedures relating to specific working environment, including norms and standards. Planning and organizing. Computer operation. Client service. Reporting procedures. Compilation of Management reports. Computer. Mathematics. Planning and organizing. Ability to perform routine tasks. Ability to operate computer (both hardware and software). Interpersonal relations. Problem solving. Maintaining discipline. Formulating and editing. Conflict resolution. Computer literacy. Verbal exchange of information requiring helpfulness and politeness. Routine notes, memorandums, reports, minutes and letters. Motivations with regard to PMDS. Share information with team members. A driver’s license will be added advantage DUTIES : Monitoring Of School Municipal Accounts for Non-Section 21. Meet with the Municipality/Eskom with regard to problems experienced with billing of services, bail out etc. Monitor payment of services by None-S21 schools and provide reports to ASD and HO. Receive invoices from municipalities/Head Office for Non-S21 schools and monitor payment by Head Office. Monitoring Schools Expenditure Section 21. Liaise with schools regarding budget spending in terms of Section 21 function. Liaise with schools regarding budget spending in terms of Non Section 21 functions. Facilitate of schools on Financial Management and Procurement procedures and policies. Ensure financial inspection is done at schools to ensure compliance to Financial Regulation and Supply Chain regulations. Monitoring Of Overdraft, Loan, Investment And School Fee Compensations Applications Section 21. Ensure the implementation of policies and procedures regarding overdrafts, loans, investments and school fee compensation applications. Verify the correctness of the application forms with regard to the application for school fee compensation, loan and investment. Forward applications to Head Office for approval. Inform the school of per letter on the outcome of the application submission. PMDS And Leave Administration. Function as team leader by supervising general clerical responsibilities of lower levels. Advice on office administration matters. Provide training to staff on administration procedures and processes. Ensure Performance management is executed. Execute leave 50 management policies and procedures. Check and authorize the work of subordinates. Execute any reasonable task requested by supervisor. Provide management information (weekly reports). Give written feedback on queries – internal and external. Execute any reasonable task requested by supervisor. Attend office meetings. Perform Assistant Directors duties and responsibilities when assigned to do so. To provide monthly reports to Circuit Managers on the functionality of the schools within their Circuits. Other admin duties (Filling, reports, etc.). Compiling weekly reports. Monitor filing of expenditure report. Monitor filing of reconciliation report. Monitor filing of remittance advice. Monitor filing of weekly reports ENQUIRIES : (JS) Mr. Patrick Sesane, Tel (011) 247 5700 (JE) Ms. Elizabeth Moloko, Tel (011) 666 9109 POST 09/76 : CHIEF ACCOUNTING CLERK REF NO: SW2016/02/08 Directorate: Finance & Administration Unit: Financial Administration SALARY : R196 278 per annum (Plus Benefits) CENTRE : Sedibeng West District REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate, recognized Tertiary qualification (or equivalent) qualification (NQLF L6) -plus 3 years’ relevant experience. Grade 12 with accounting – plus 6 years’ relevant experience. Knowledge of Treasury Regulations, PFMA, procurement procedures and other legislative frameworks applicable to the Public Sector., Knowledge of Persal, Bas, SAP and SRM. Asset management. Reporting skills. Planning and organizing. Interpersonal relations. Problem solving. Maintaining discipline. Conflict resolution. Supervisory skills, Good interpersonal skills and communication skills (verbal and written). Administrative, analytical and organizational skills. Computer literacy (MS Excel, MS Word, MS Office). Share information with team members. Ability to work under pressure and long hours during audit process. A valid driver’s license. DUTIES : Ensure adherence to PFMA, Treasury Instructions. Check and reconcile payments. Ensure that losses and thefts are managed and reported accordingly. Ensure that records of financial transactions are updated correctly. Supervise, develop mentor junior staff. Provide statistical reports when required. Function as team leaders for staff in Pay Office, Salary Office, Cashier Office and Payment Office. Monitor payment on SRM and expenditure on Bas reports. Monitor distribution of payroll control sheets and reconciliation of payrolls against Persal. Monitor compliance with Petty Cash policy. Monitor capturing of receipts and banking of state money is taking place. PMDS and Leave Administration. Check and authorize the work of subordinates. Execute any reasonable task requested by supervisor. Provide management information (weekly, monthly and quarterly reports). Give written feedback on queries – internal and external. Execute any reasonable task requested by supervisor. Attend office meetings. Perform Assistant Director duties and responsibilities when assigned to do so. To provide monthly reports to Circuit Managers and Sub-Directorate Heads on the compliance of the submission of payroll reports to the Pay Office. ENQUIRIES : Ms. Erna. Rust. Tel. No: (016) 594 9207 POST 09/77 : CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE CLERK REF NO: SW2016/03/09 Directorate: Finance & Administration Unit: Provisioning and Administration for Institutions SALARY : R196 278 per annum (Plus Benefits) CENTRE : Sedibeng West District REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate, recognized Tertiary qualification Degree / Diploma-plus 3 years’ relevant experience. Grade 12 – plus 6 years’ relevant experience. Procurement directives (Supply chain management manual). Treasury Regulations, PFMA, PPPFA, SASA and Assets Policy. Asset management. Reporting skills. Planning and organizing. Interpersonal relations. Problem solving. Maintaining discipline. Conflict resolution. Supervisory skills, Good interpersonal skills and communication skills (verbal and written). Computer literacy (MS Excel, MS Word, MS Office). Share information with team members. A driver’s license will be added advantage. DUTIES : Monitoring Of School Municipal Accounts for Non-Section 21. Monitor payment of services by None-S21 schools and provide reports to ASD and HO. Monitoring Schools Expenditure Section 21. Liaise with schools regarding budget spending in terms of Section 21 and non-section 21 schools function. Ensure that schools comply with Financial Management and Procurement procedures and policies. 51 Ensure financial inspection is done at schools to ensure compliance to Financial Regulation and Supply Chain regulations. PMDS and Leave Administration. Function as team leader by supervising general clerical responsibilities of lower levels. Provide training to staff on administration procedures and processes. Check and authorize the work of subordinates. Execute any reasonable task requested by supervisor. Provide management information (weekly, monthly and quarterly reports). Give written feedback on queries – internal and external. Execute any reasonable task requested by supervisor. Attend office meetings. Perform Senior Admin Office/Senior Provisioning Admin Officer duties and responsibilities when assigned to do so. To provide monthly reports to Circuit Managers on the functionality of the schools within their Circuits. ENQUIRIES : Ms. Erna. Rust. Tel. No: (016) 594 9207 POST 09/78 : SENIOR ADMIN CLERK 4 POSTS Sub Directorate: Circuit Management & Support SALARY : R132 399 per annum CENTRE : Tshwane West (3 Posts) REF NO: TW2016/03/11 Ekurhuleni North REF NO: EN2016/03/12 REQUIREMENTS : A grade 12 certificates plus extensive relevant experience in office administration. A relevant post Matric qualification in secretarial studies/office management will be an added advantage. Experience in facilitating travel and accommodation arrangements. Knowledge of procurement policy and processes. Good interpersonal and organizational skills. Good communication skills (written and verbal). Computer literacy (packages such as Microsoft Excel, Power-point, MS Word, Group Wise Internet etc.). Good research and analytical skills. Ability to work in a team and independently. Willingness to work after hours when needed will be an added advantage. DUTIES : Overall management of the office administration functions. Managing the office diary, receiving visitors & Document management. Liaising with relevant stakeholders. Assist with the procurement of goods and services. Handling basic enquiries and assisting clients. Make logistical arrangements for the meetings, seminars and workshops. Assisting the office with personal tasks within agreed framework. Assist with the compilation of Office budget ENQUIRIES : (TW) Ms. Salamina Letoaba, Tel (011) 012 725 1451 (EN) Ms. Emily Mochela, Tel (011) 7468190 POST 09/79 : SENIOR PROVISIONING ADMIN CLERK 7 POSTS Sub Directorate: Finance and administration Section: Finance and Procurement SALARY : R132 399 per annum CENTRE : Johannesburg West (2 POSTS) REF NO: JW2016/03/13 Johannesburg North (2POSTS) REF NO: JN2016/03/14 Johannesburg East REF NO: JE2016/03/15 Tshwane South (X 2 POSTS) REF NO:TS2016/03/16 REQUIREMENTS : Senior certificate plus relevant years of experience. Applicants with prior learning, either by means of experience or alternative courses may also apply. Knowledge of PERSAL, BAS, PFMA and Treasury Regulations, provisioning procedures and other legislative frameworks applicable to the Public Sector. Leadership, management and conflict Resolutions skills. Communication skills (written & verbal), organizational and interpersonal. Computer literacy and ability to work under pressure long hours during audit process. DUTIES : Provide administration support to the unit. Checking for compliance to both Departmental and provincial policies and procedures in terms of provisioning. Coordinate and facilitate the administrative support to the institutions and IDSO. Support the Director and other Heads of unit in the execution of their functions in terms of the relevant legislative imperatives (SASA, PFMA, PPPFA, etc).. ENQUIRIES : (JW) Mr. Lizwe Jafta, Tel (011) 831 5433 (JN) Ms. Nelisiwe Mashszi, Tel (011) 694 9300 (JE) Ms. Elizabeth Moloko, Tel (011) 666 9109 (TS) Ms. Margie Van Der Walt Tel 012 401 6363 POST 09/80 : SENIOR PROVISIONING ADMIN CLERK Sub Directorate: Finance and administration