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Hrmc 34 of 2012 07 june 2012
Hrmc 34 of 2012 07 june 2012
Hrmc 34 of 2012 07 june 2012
Hrmc 34 of 2012 07 june 2012
Hrmc 34 of 2012 07 june 2012
Hrmc 34 of 2012 07 june 2012
Hrmc 34 of 2012 07 june 2012
Hrmc 34 of 2012 07 june 2012
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  • 1. TEL: 012 406 4237/4243/4245 REF: S4/5/1/BDEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS: HEAD OFFICE FOREIGN OFFICES PROVINCIAL OFFICES GOVERNMENT PRINTING WORKS FILM AND PUBLICATION BOARD REFUGEE APPEAL BOARD IMMIGRATION ADVISORY BOARD STANDING COMMITTEE FOR REFUGEE AFFAIRSHUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CIRCULAR MINUTE NO 34 OF 2012VACANCIES IN THE DEPARTMENTAre you looking for an exciting and challenging career in a rapidly changing organisation?The Department of Home Affairs has embarked on an extensive turnaround programme, aimedat developing a culture of responsiveness and improved service delivery. We are looking forcommitted, passionate and talented individuals to form part of a new leadership team, equippedwith the right skills to deliver a world-class service.If you have what it takes to serve the needs of South Africa’s citizens, residents and visitors andyour credentials meet the requirements of this position - then respond before the closing date.Join our leadership team in transforming our vision into a reality.The Department of Home Affairs is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Itis our intention to promote representivity (race, gender, disability) through the filling ofpositions. Candidates whose appointment/ transfer/ promotion will promote representivitywill receive preference.The positions require the following Key Management and Functional Competencies:Strategic capability and leadership, Service delivery innovation, Client orientation andcustomer focus, People management and empowerment, Financial management, Honestyand integrity, Program and project management, Change management, Communication,Knowledge management. Problem solving and analysis, Business report writing,Influencing and networking, Conflict Resolution and management, Crime informationmanagement, Dealing with pressure and setbacks.
  • 2. POST NO 1 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR-GENERAL: IMMIGRATION SERVICES REF NO 34/12/1SALARY LEVEL : All-inclusive salary package of R1 076 619 per annum, structured as follows: Basic salary – 60% of package; State contribution to the Government Employee Pension Fund – 13% of basic salary. The remaining flexible portion may be structured in terms of the applicable remuneration rules. (Level 15)CENTRE : HEAD OFFICE: PRETORIAREQUIREMENTS : A relevant Degree or qualifications at NQF level 6 preferably in Political Science or Economics or Social Science and/or Grade 12 certificate plus nine years’ experience of which three years should be at Chief Director level or Five years at Director level. Extensive experience in an international relations management or Intergovernmental Relations Environment of which five years should be at Senior Management Level. Experience in Asylum Seekers, Immigration, International Conventions and protocol or foreign missions. Knowledge of the Constitution of South Africa. Sound knowledge and understanding of Immigration Act and regulations of 2000. An in depth knowledge of the Immigration Systems and Controls. Knowledge and in depth understanding of Refugee Act and its regulations. An in depth knowledge of the Citizenship Act and Travel document & passports Act. Knowledge of the International Conventions on immigration. Understanding of International and continental (Regional protocols). Knowledge and understanding of South Africa’s Foreign Policy. Knowledge of controls and structures for the enforcement of the Immigration Act. Understanding of all relevant human resources Legislative Framework, Regulations and Prescripts. Understanding of Public Service Act, the PFMA and Treasury Regulations. Understanding of Good Corporate Governance principles (King III). Understanding of management principles and concepts. Understand the Aviation Industry Requirements for Ports of Entry. A valid driver’s licence is required.DUTIES The successful candidate will be responsible for amongst others the following specific tasks: Provide strategic direction and ensure the strategic positioning of the Branch. Participate on the development and preparation of strategy planning for Department of Home Affairs. Coordinate the development, monitoring and review of strategic plans for the Branch in line with the departmental strategic objectives. Ensure provision of strategic leadership and expert advice on the interpretation and implementation of the National Immigration Act, and its regulations. Ensure effective definition of the performance measures in order to evaluate the success of the branch strategic objectives. Monitor and review strategic plans consistently and take corrective measures to keep plans on track in light of new challenges. Design and implement high level Operational Plans with relevant Chief Directors and track national progress. Provide strategic advice to Border Control Coordinating Committee (BCOCC). Establish relationship with all DHA Branches, Immigration Authorities/Agencies, International stakeholders and other spheres of Government in relation to Immigration strategic matters. Formulate, plan and coordinate the rendering of immigration programmes and projects. Align and integrate national immigration initiatives, processes and policies to achieve improved efficiency and effectiveness in service delivery Ensure the consistent, reliable and accurate permitting in support of ASGI-SA/JIPSA. Ensure effective service delivery at Foreign Missions Abroad regarding Immigration matters. Ensure the effective delivery of service at National Ports of Entry and Airline Networks Abroad. Ensure effective and human management of Refugees in compliance with the Refugee Act no. 130 of 1998 and regulations of 2000. Monitor the effective regulation of application for and recognition of refugee status in accordance with the Act. Ensure the effective enforcement of the Immigration Act and the efficient management of transgressions of the Act. Regulation and management of deportations and holding facilities. Create a network of alliances and partners to optimise operations nationally. Represent the department in Bilateral. Ensure effective resource management within the Branch. Ensure effective people management within the Branch. Ensure 2HRMC 34 OF 2012Vacancies in the Department
  • 3. effective promotion and practice of good corporate governance and compliance pertaining to financial policies, legislations and regulations.ENQUIRIES : Ms AA Williamson, Tel: (012) 406 4094POST NO 2 : DIRECTOR: BIRTH, MARRIAGES AND DEATH, REF NO: HRMC 34/12/2SALARY LEVEL : An all-inclusive salary package of R719 613 per annum (Level 13).CENTRE : Chief Directorate: Back Office Status Services, Head Office, PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : A relevant Degree or qualification at NQF level 6 with 3-5 years relevant experience in Operations Management and/or a Grade 12 Certificate with 7 years relevant experience in Operations Management of which five years should be in a middle management position. A post-graduate qualification and/or 2 years relevant experience in the Public Service will be an added advantage. Experience in implementing Immigration Services Acts and/or Regulations, the Refugee Act, the Citizenship Act, the Travel Document & Passports Act, the Identification & Identity Document Act as well as International Conventions and protocol. Knowledge of the Births and Deaths Registration Act, No. 51 of 1992, the National Population Registration Act (NPR), the Identification Act, No. 68 of 1997, the Public Service Act and Regulations. An understanding of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and Treasury Regulations. Knowledge of migration of people within the Country. An understanding of departmental legislation and Human Resources legislation and prescripts, Knowledge of the South African Constitution. Knowledge of occupation Health and Safety Act, Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of workforce planning and optimisation. Demonstrated commitment to high ethical standards and integrity, Computer literacy A valid driver’s licence and willingness to travel extensively, Willingness to work extended hours (including weekends and holidays).DUTIES : The successful candidate will be responsible for, amongst others, the following specific tasks: Develop the business plan and report on the performance of the unit against the agreed objectives and timeframes. Coordinate and manage relevant projects within the unit in order to improve the processing turnaround time for unabridged certificates. Develop technical expertise within the Directorate and provide inputs into the legislative developments. Ensure the effective implementation of innovation initiatives. Provide advice and guidance on legislative, policy and technology aspects relating to the processes and registration of Birth, Death and Marriage for the DHA. Develop, manage and ensure adherence on the implementation of relevant frameworks, service standards (Structure, Policy, Processes, Systems, Reporting) regarding the processing of unabridged certificates across DHA, Liaise with business units in areas of responsibility to monitor, evaluate and review the implementation of the frameworks across the Department, Liaise with Front Office to ensure effective coordination and communication between front office and back office responsibilities. Liaise with Knowledge Management Business Unit to ensure effective management of all documentation and records in compliance with National Archives Act, ISO standards and other requirements on records management. Ensure collaboration with relevant stakeholders e.g. Stats. S.A. Ensure proper management of records (BMD) between Front Office and Back Office Ensure effective Issuance of the BMD processes and registration and vault copies (certified copy of an original BMD document). Ensure effective management of capturing empty fields from Local levels, (Thusong Centres), Permanent Service Points, Mobile Units, 4X4 Service Points and Hospital footprint. Identify service delivery dependencies, record and agree on action plans to mitigate risks and dependencies, Drive the listing and electronic / manual retrieval of Birth, Marriage and Death records, Manage the processing of late registrations of birth to ensure accurate and compliant registration of. birth and prohibition of fraud, Manage the implementation of quality control measures Monitor turnaround times, duplications, error rates, data quality and identify bottlenecks. Recommend measures to improve turnaround times and achievement of service delivery targets. Take ownership of the end to end process for processing of unabridged certificates. Agree on the training and development needs of the Directorate and ensure that these are acted on, manage the implementation of the employment equity plan within the Directorate, Implement effective talent management processes within the Directorate (attraction, retention, development). Manage the implementation of compliant performance management within the Directorate. Decide on appropriate rewards and promotion on the basis of performance and contribution against agreed targets. Manage grievance procedures and make recommendations of employment terminations, within the Directorate, in conjunction with labour relations. Ensure that employees are equipped with the required skills to perform optimally. Coach subordinates to improve 3HRMC 34 OF 2012Vacancies in the Department
  • 4. their performance and fulfil their potential. Ensure that staff are motivated and committed to the vision and goals of the Directorate, Compile the annual budget, obtain approval and monitor expenditure against the agreed budget. Administer the budget and monitor that expenditure is in line with financial requirements and the Directorate’s objectives. Liaise with internal business directorate to ensure that supply chain management and asset management are effectively managed, Draft and submit all reports required or delegated by the Minister, the Director-General, Deputy Director-General and the Chief Director.ENQUIRIES : Mr N Ramashia, Tel: (012) 810 7609/7599POST NO 3 : SENIOR SPECIALIST: JOB EVALUATION, Ref No: HRMC 34/12/ 3SALARY LEVEL : An all-inclusive salary package of R434 505 per annum (Level 11). In addition to the stated salary, DHA offers a range of market related service benefits.CENTRE : Directorate: Organizational DevelopmentREQUIREMENTS : A Bachelor’s Degree or National Diploma in Management Services or qualification at NQF level 6 plus 2-3 years experience in job evaluation. A post graduate qualification will be an advantage and/or grade 12 Certificate plus 6 years experience in job evaluation of which three years at a Management level. The Candidate must have undergone Job Evaluation training provided by PALAMA, have knowledge of ORG Plus software and Business Process Re-engineering. A candidate must have knowledge of relevant legislation. At least 2-5 years of experience in Job Evaluation /Organizational Development/Business Process Reengineering field. Knowledge of Policy Development and Research. Excellent analytical, interpersonal, communication (verbal and written), presentation and organizational skills. Hardworking and ability to work under pressure without constant supervision be willing to work extended hours and travel extensively. Ability to manage staff. Knowledge of Equate system. Computer literacy and a valid Code B driver’s licence. Competent in effective communication (written and verbal). Analytical, problem solving, good planning, organizational-report writing-, strong leadership-, management- and good Inter-personal relations skills.DUTIES The successful candidate will be responsible for, amongst, others the following specific tasks: Manage the development of job profiles and job descriptions in line with the departmental organization structure Ensure that all newly created and mandatory posts are prioritized and evaluated. Maintain job evaluation and job descriptions database and records. Convene and attend panel meetings. Compile job evaluation reports. Advice management on job evaluation matters. Serve as a secretariat of the JE Panel sessions. Ensure implementation of the occupational specific dispensation (OSD). Develop, manage and maintain and effective organisational structures and post establishment in line with the strategic objectives of the Department. Determine, design, improve and re- engineer proper business processes and standard operating procedures through the utilisation of various techniques. Analyse and grade jobs according to Job Evaluation system. Conduct Business Process Re-engineering in the Department. Develop and review official forms. Review, develop, and implement the staffing ratios for the Department. Manage Human Resources (Human, Finance and Equipment’s).ENQUIRIES : Mr D Malele Tel (012) 406 4063POST NO 4 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENTSALARY LEVEL : Basic Salary of R 221 058 (Level 9). In addition to the stated salary, DHA offers a range of market related service benefitsCENTRE : Provincial Manager’s Office,Free State: BloemfonteinREF NO : HRMC 34/12/4aCENTRE : Provincial Manager’s Office, Gauteng: BraamfonteinREF NO : HRMC 34/12/4bCENTRE : Provincial Manager’s Office, Mpumalanga: NelspruitREF NO : HRMC 34/12/4cCENTRE : Provincial Manager’s Office, Northern Cape: KimberleyREF NO : HRMC 34/12/4d 4HRMC 34 OF 2012Vacancies in the Department
  • 5. REQUIREMENTS: A three year Degree/Diploma in supply chain management or procurement or logistics with 1-2 years’ experience in Financial Management, Budgeting and Revenue Management and/or Grade 12 plus five years experience of which two years experience must be a Supervisor experience. A post-graduate qualification will be an advantage. Certificate with three years experience in Financial Management, Budgeting and Revenue Management. A Post-graduate qualification will be an added advantage. Sound Knowledge and understanding of Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), Treasury regulation, PPPFA and SCM Framework, Public Service Act and Regulations, knowledge of BAS and LOGIS will be added advantage. Understanding of Human Resources Legislation and prescripts. An ability to work extended hours may be required. A valid driver’s licence and willingness to travel is required.DUTIES The successful candidate will be responsible for amongst others the following specific tasks: Ensure effective management of supply chain within the Province, Co-ordinate, manage, and collate the procurement plan for the Province, Manage and co-ordinate the tender processes within the Province. Ensure that payments are made within 30 days of receipt of an invoice, Check the availability of funds before orders are issued, Conduct investigations on irregular, fruitless and wasteful expenditure and other financial misconduct. Ensure efficient and effective application and utilisation of resources in the Province, Implement effective talent management strategies including acquisition, retention and development of staff, Manage leave and other Human Resources administration requirements within the unit. Review and ensure effective annual workflow and capacity planning, Ensure effective risk and compliance management within the Province, Coach and guide staff on compliance to all relevant regulatory, internal and external compliance requirements, Report on all risk and financial indicators including e.g. financial losses, overpayment, etc. according to required format, Keep up to date with compliance and regulatory requirements and liaise with all relevant stakeholders within and external to the organisation to ensure accurate implementation.ENQUIRIES Free State: Mr C Mgwadleka, Tel: (051) 410 3921 Gauteng: Ms G Modiba/Ms M Kau, Tel: (011) 242 9000 Mpumalanga: Mr R Steyn, Tel: (013) 753 9500 Northern Cape: Ms M Phutieagae, Tel: (053) 807 6700/01APPLICATIONS : NB: Candidates must fill in one application per province and the application will be considered for all posts in the province, Quoting the relevant reference number, direct applications to: The Provincial Manager, The Department of Home Affairs: Free State: Postal address: P.O Box 12262, Brandhof, 9324, Physical address: 40 Victoria Road, Willows, Bloemfontein Gauteng: Postal address: Private Bag X108, Braamfontein, 2017, Physical address: Cnr De Beer and De Korte Street, Braamfontein, 2017 Mpumalanga: Postal Address: Private Bag X11264, Nelspruit, 1200, Physical Address: 16 Nel Street, Bateleur Building 16, Second Floor, Nelspruit, 1200 Northern Cape: Postal Address: Private Bag X6073, Kimberley, 8300, Physical Address: 69 Du Toit Span Road, ABSA CBD Building, 2nd Floor, Kimberley, 8300POST NO 5 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: ASSET AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENTSALARY LEVEL : Basic Salary of R 221 058 (Level 9). In addition to the stated salary, DHA offers a range of market related service benefitsCENTRE : Provincial Manager’s Office,Free State: BloemfonteinREF NO : HRMC 34/12/5aCENTRE : Provincial Manager’s Office, Gauteng: BraamfonteinREF NO : HRMC 34/12/5bCENTRE : Provincial Manager’s Office, Mpumalanga: NelspruitREF NO : HRMC 34/12/5cCENTRE : Provincial Manager’s Office, Northern Cape: KimberleyREF NO : HRMC 34/12/5dREQUIREMENTS : A three year Degree/Diploma in Logistics Management or Asset Management or at an NQF level 6 plus 1-2 years experience. A post-graduate qualification will be an advantage 1-2 years experience in Asset Management, accounting and depreciation and/ or Grade 12 Certificate plus five years experience of dealing with asset management, asset accounting and depreciation, of which two years experience a 5HRMC 34 OF 2012Vacancies in the Department
  • 6. Supervisor. Sound Knowledge and understanding of Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), Treasury regulation and GIAMA, Knowledge of the Public Service Act and Regulations, BAS and LOGIS will be an added advantage. Understanding of Human Resources Legislation and prescripts. An ability to work extended hours may be required. A valid driver’s licence and willingness to travel is required.DUTIES The successful candidate will be responsible for, amongst others, the following specific tasks: Ensure effective management of assets within the Province, Develop, Implement and monitor acquisition, maintenance and disposal plans for assets, Ensure proper implementation of the Asset management Strategy within the department, Oversee regular asset counts and verify results against Asset Register, Verify the accuracy of the data recorded/updated in the asset register, Provide Inputs on assets financials and reconciliations, Facilitate bar-coding, stocktaking, and verification of departmental assets. Ensure successful management of the properties in the Province , Liaise with DPW on the acquisition of land for the construction of new building and renting of office accommodation, Prepare and manage provincial maintenance, property plans and budget, Facilitate signing of lease agreements on all state owned building and privately owned property, Compile tactical plans aligned to business requirements to ensure effective property management, Oversee successful system and process enhancements, updates and amendments within the Province, Monitor and participate in the implementation of efficiency improvement projects. Manage effective operation of the property management unit, Provide guidance and leadership to the provincial property management staff in the achievement of strategic and operational goals; ensure the effective and uniform implementation of Standard Operating Procedures of Property management. Ensure efficient and effective application and utilisation of resources within the property management unit, Manage leave and other Human Resources administration requirements within the unit, Implement effective Performance Management practices with all staff reporting to this post. Ensure effective risk and compliance management within asset management unit, Report on all risk and financial indicators including e.g. financial losses, overpayment, etc. according to required format, Ensure effective compliance with all duties of the employer in terms of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Administer and monitoring of contract service level agreements.ENQUIRIES : Free State: Mr C Mgwadleka, Tel: (051) 410 3921 Gauteng: Ms G Modiba/Ms M Kau, Tel: (011) 242 9000 Mpumalanga: Mr R Steyn, Tel: (013) 753 9500 Northern Cape: Ms M Phutieagae, Tel: (053) 807 6700/01APPLICATIONS : NB: Candidates must fill in one application per province and the application will be considered for all posts in the province, Quoting the relevant reference number, direct applications to: The Provincial Manager, The Department of Home Affairs: Free State: Postal address: P.O Box 12262, Brandhof, 9324, Physical address: 40 Victoria Road, Willows, Bloemfontein Gauteng: Postal address: Private Bag X108, Braamfontein, 2017, Physical address: Cnr De Beer and De Korte Street, Braamfontein, 2017 Mpumalanga: Postal Address: Private Bag X11264, Nelspruit, 1200, Physical Address: 16 Nel Street, Bateleur Building 16, Second Floor, Nelspruit, 1200 Northern Cape: Postal Address: Private Bag X6073, Kimberley, 8300, Physical Address: 69 Du Toit Span Road, ABSA CBD Building, 2nd Floor, Kimberley, 8300POST NO 6 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: FINANCE AND REVENUESALARY LEVEL : Basic Salary of R 221 058 (Level 9). In addition to the stated salary, DHA offers a range of market related service benefitsCENTRE : Provincial Manager’s Office, Free State: BloemfonteinREF NO : HRMC 34/12/6aCENTRE : Provincial Manager’s Office, Mpumalanga: NelspruitREF NO : HRMC 34/12/6bCENTRE : Provincial Manager’s Office, Gauteng: BraamfonteinREF NO : HRMC 34/12/6cCENTRE : Provincial Manager’s Office, Gauteng: Northern Cape, KimberleyREF NO : HRMC 34/12/6d 6HRMC 34 OF 2012Vacancies in the Department
  • 7. REQUIREMENTS : A three year Degree/Diploma in Financial Management of NQF Level 6 with 1-2 years experience in Financial Management. A post graduate qualification will be an advantage and or Grade 12 Certificate plus five years experience of which two is a Supervisory experience. Three years’ experience in Financial Management. Knowledge and experience in budgeting and revenue management, Knowledge of BAS and LOGIS will be an advantage, Sound knowledge and understanding of Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and Treasury regulations. Understanding of Human Resources legislation and prescripts. An ability to work extended hours may be required. A valid driver’s licence and willingness to travel is required.DUTIES The successful candidate will be responsible for amongst others the following specific tasks: Ensure effective management of finance within the Province, Co-ordinate, manage , and collate the Budget Estimates for the Province, Manage and co-ordinate cash flow within the Province, Prepare, collate, and report on expenditure versus budget for all the offices within the Province, Ensure effective management of Revenue within the Province, Oversee collection of revenue within the province, Prepare monthly reports of actual revenue collected and variances including reasons for over and under collection, Confirmation of all money received deposited in the commercial banks against the details on the Basic Accounting Systems, Manage effective operation within the Province, Provide guidance and leadership to the all offices and provincial office management staff in the achievement of strategic and operational goals, Monitor performance against service level agreements and ensure effective service delivery to internal and external requirements, Ensure efficient and effective application and utilisation of resources in the Province, Implement effective talent management strategies including acquisition, retention and development of staff, Ensure accurate financial planning and control, Coach and guide staff on compliance to all relevant regulatory, internal and external compliance requirements, Ensure effective compliance with all duties of the employer in terms of the PFMA, Treasury Regulations, DORA and any other Financial Prescripts that night be issued by National Treasury from time to timeENQUIRIES : Free State: Mr C Mgwadleka, Tel: (051) 410 3921 Gauteng: Ms G Modiba/Ms M Kau, Tel: (011) 242 9000 Mpumalanga: Mr R Steyn, Tel: (013) 753 9500 Northern Cape: Ms M Phutieagae, Tel: (053) 807 6700/01APPLICATIONS : NB: Candidates must fill in one application per province and the application will be considered for all posts in the province, Quoting the relevant reference number, direct applications to: The Provincial Manager, The Department of Home Affairs: Free State: Postal address: P.O Box 12262, Brandhof, 9324, Physical address: 40 Victoria Road, Willows, Bloemfontein Gauteng: Postal address: Private Bag X108, Braamfontein, 2017, Physical address: Cnr De Beer and De Korte Street, Braamfontein, 2017 Mpumalanga: Postal Address: Private Bag X11264, Nelspruit, 1200, Physical Address: 16 Nel Street, Bateleur Building 16, Second Floor, Nelspruit, 1200 Northern Cape: Postal Address: Private Bag X6073, Kimberley, 8300, Physical Address: 69 Du Toit Span Road, ABSA CBD Building, 2nd Floor, Kimberley, 8300POST NO 7 : CHIEF PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION CLERK: WAREHOUSE REFNO:HRMC34/12/7 (Please note that this is a re-advertisement, applicants who applied previously need not re-apply as applications will be considered)SALARY : Basic salary of R149 742 per annum (Level 7). In addition to the stated salary, DHA offers a range of market related service benefits.CENTRE : Chief Directorate: Supply Chain Management, Head Office, PretoriaREQUIREMENTS A relevant three year Degree or Diploma in Logistics Management or an NQF level 6 equivalent qualification with 3 years experience in warehouse Management or and/Grade 12 Certificate with 5 years experience in Warehouse Management is required. Sound knowledge and understanding of Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and Treasury regulations. Knowledge of the Public Service Regulatory Framework. Knowledge and dealing with inventory management. A valid driver’s licence and willingness to travel are essential.DUTIES The successful candidate will be responsible for, amongst others, the following specific tasks: Effective management of stores and warehouse by determining the levels in terms of Treasury regulations. Manage and control deliveries in accordance with quality, quantity and report on deficiencies. Ensure stock taking according to treasury regulations. Monitor performance of staff in the sub-directorate and report to management. Controls, Maintains 7HRMC 34 OF 2012Vacancies in the Department
  • 8. and provides safekeeping of stock in warehouse. Issue approved quantities of items and completes the issue voucher. Manage requisition for supplier from stores. Keep and update the Bin Card.ENQUIRIES : Mr R Moimane, Tel No: (012) 4062796POST NO 8 : DRIVER/ MESSENGER, REF NO: HRMC 34/12/8CENTRE : Deputy Ministry, Hatfield, Arcadia StreetSALARY LEVEL : Basic salary of R101 007 per annum (Level 5). In addition to the stated salary, DHA offers a range of market related service benefitsREQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 qualification. A tertiary qualification at NQF level 6 will be an advantage with minimum of 1-2 years experience in a driving/messenger environment. Knowledge of relevant Legislation, Minimum Information Security Standards (MISS) Act. Proven client focus and orientation. Sound Interpersonal skills. A Valid drivers license is essential. PDP is required. Extensive traveling is required and Willingness to work extended hours. A certificate in Advance Driver training will be an added advantage.DUTIES The successful candidate will be responsible for amongst others the following specific tasks. Provide driving/messenger services to Minister’s personnel/official visitors. Provide the driving/messenger services to the Minister. Drive departmental officials, internal and external clients and official visitors as may be requested. Maintain accurate and up to date schedule trip sheets; i.e. logs official trips, daily mileage, fuel consumption. Perform daily trip and post trip vehicle inspection to ensure that the vehicle is in the best condition at all times. Handle routine and ad-hoc administrative tasks relevant to the execution of the function; i.e. collect office consumables. Collect, distribute and control movement of documents. Ensure proper and secure control over movement of documents. Report incidents and accidents timeously and compile vehicle condition report and other records required by Management. Coordinate and liaise with Asset Management to ensure that minor/major vehicle maintenance are carried out.ENQUIRIES Ms C Mosana, Tel No: (012) 432 6638POST NO 9 : ADMINISTRATION CLERK, REF NO: HRMC34/12/9SALARY LEVEL : Basic salary of R121 290 per annum (Level 6). In addition to the stated salary, DHA offers a range of market related service benefits CENTRE : Directorate: Organisational Development, Head Office, PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : A Grade 12 qualification. A tertiary qualification at NQF level 6 will be an advantage. Knowledge of various filing system, Computer Literacy, Analytical thinking, planning and organising skills, Communication skills, interpersonal skills, Customer relation, Overtime may be required occasionally. DUTIES: The successful candidate will be responsible for the following tasks: Prepare meeting packs and distribute them timeously. Maintain manual and electronic filing system. Maintain Job Evaluation data base. Perform administrative work in support of the unit functions and operations. Filling and safe keeping of approved documents. Photocopying and faxing documents. Perform basic financial duties. Keep register for incoming and outgoing documents. Follow up on due dates. Make logistical arrangement (i.e.) travel, accommodation and venues. Follow up on payments. Take minutes during the Job Evaluation meetings, Invite Job Evaluation Panel Members, Maintenance of duty register. Report damages, breakages and faulty operations of the office equipment.ENQUIRIES : Mr D Malele Tel (012) 406 4063 8HRMC 34 OF 2012Vacancies in the Department
  • 9. INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES  Applications must be submitted on the Application for Employment form (Z.83) obtainable from any Public Service Department or at www.gov.za and should be accompanied by a comprehensive CV, including at least two contactable referees (these should be people who recently worked with the applicant), and certified copies of qualifications and Identity Document (with an original certification stamp).  It is the responsibility of applicants in possession of foreign qualifications, to submit evaluated results by the South African Qualification Authority.  Where a valid driver’s licence is a requirement, applicants must attach certified copies of such licences.  Forward applications, quoting the relevant reference number, to: The Director General: Department of Home Affairs Private Bag X114 PRETORIA 0001 For attention: Mr T Moletsane, Tel No: (012) 406 4253 Alternatively, applications may be hand delivered to HR Reception or to Security at the front entrance of the Department of Home Affairs, at 230 Proes Street, Pretoria. In the event of hand-delivery, applicants are to sign an application register as proof of submission.  Submit a separate application and documentation for each position.  If no contact is made within three (3) months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that the application was unsuccessful.  It would be appreciated if the contents of this Circular Minute could be brought to the attention of officers under your supervision.  The closing date for applications is 25 June 2012 Applications received after the closing date or those that do not comply with the requirements, will not be taken into consideration.  No faxes or e-mailed applications will be considered. 9HRMC 34 OF 2012Vacancies in the Department

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