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  • 1. TEL: 012 810-8604/ 7182/ 8991 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 M2 OF 2011VACANCIES 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.It is our intention to promote representivity (race, gender, disability) through the filling ofpositions. Candidates whose appointment/ transfer/ promotion will promoterepresentivity will receive preference.Successful candidates will be required to undergo a competency assessment, enter intoa performance agreement and be subjected to security clearance procedures.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,Honesty and integrity, Program and project management, Change management,Communication, Knowledge management. Problem solving and analysis, Businessreport writing, Influencing and networking, Conflict Resolution and management, Crimeinformation management, Dealing with pressure and setbacks.
  • 2. POSITION NO 1 : DISTRICT MANAGER: OPERATIONSSALARY: An all-inclusive salary package of R685 200 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 13)CENTRE : Chris Hani and Joe Gqabi District Municipalities, Eastern Cape ProvinceREF NO : HRMC M2/11/1REQUIREMENTS : A three year degree/diploma with extensive experience in the field of operations management at a senior management level. A relevant postgraduate degree would be an added advantage. Sound knowledge of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, the Public Service Act, and the Public Service Regulations. Sound knowledge of applicable Human Resources legislations and prescripts. Knowledge and understanding of the Public Finance Management Act. Knowledge and understanding of the Citizenship Act, the Birth, Marriages and Deaths Act, the Identification and Identity Documents Act, and the Travel Document and Passport Act. Willingness to work extended hours. Computer literacy. A valid driver’s licence and willingness to travel are essential.KEY PERFORMANCE The successful candidate will be responsible for, amongst others, theAREAS : following specific tasks: Lead, direct and oversee the quality of service delivery regarding Civic Services function at Regional Level. Participate in the development of the strategic plan for Civic Services. Monitor and report on the performance of the Region .Direct and enable the growth of the footprint .Drive quality and effective delivery of Civic Services at Regional level .Identify external trends and patterns that will impact the medium and long term footprint and channel development .Liaise with internal and external bodies/institutions .Serve as a custodian of project management within the Region and ensure project management implementation .Ensure effective development and management of internal service level agreements. Ensure accurate forecasting, budgeting and allocation of resources within the Region. Provide Civic Services leadership and strategic direction within the Region. Liaise with Provincial Managers in other Regions to ensure standardization of operations and service.ENQUIRIES : Mr W D Hlongwane, Tel: 012-810 8606POSITION NO 2 : REGIONAL OFFICE MANAGER (2 POSITIONS)SALARY LEVEL : An all inclusive salary package of R 406 839 (Level 11). In addition to the stated salary, DHA offers a range of market related service benefits.CENTRES : a) Eastern Cape Province: Regional Office: Port ElizabethREF NO : HRMC M2/11/2a b) North West Province: Regional Office: KlerksdorpREF NO : HRMC M2/11/2bREQUIREMENTS : An appropriate three year tertiary qualification with extensive experience in a Customer Service environment in a management position. Knowledge of Workflow planning and capacity planning. 2HRMC M2 OF 2011Vacancies in the Department
  • 3. Knowledge of Civic Services Regulations, the Immigration Act and Refugee Act will be an added advantage. Knowledge and understanding of the Public Service prescripts and the South African constitution. Experience in resource management as well as understanding of Human Resources legislations and prescripts. Knowledge of occupation Health and Safety Act. Experience in Financial Management As well as understanding of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and Treasury Regulations. A valid driver’s licence and willingness to travel are essential.KEY PERFORMANCE The successful candidate will be responsible for, amongst others, theAREAS : following specific tasks: Manage effective operations within a Regional Office. Develop and maintain an Operational plan complemented by action plans for service delivery in the Office. Support, provide inputs and advice on policy development and ensure the effective implementation thereof. Revisit, review and streamline all processes to ensure accuracy and efficiency in providing Civic and Immigration services. Develop, interpret and manage statistical information on service standards, throughout times, bottlenecks, volumes and error rates. Ensure the effective and uniform implementation of Standard Operating Procedures. Inform the Regional Manager about work progress, problems and corrective measures applied. Ensure sound financial and revenue management within the Office in line with the PFMA and Treasury Regulations. Provide inputs into the IS infrastructure planning and management and ensure effective implementation. Ensure effective risk and compliance management by physically inspecting and conducting office based auditing of procedures and controls. Establish and manage relationships with all relevant stakeholders to support service delivery in the Region. Attend to and ensure resolution of enquiries and/or complaints.ENQUIRIES : Mr W D Hlongwane, Tel: 012-810 8606POSITION NO 3 : TECHNICAL DEPUTY DIRECTORSALARY LEVEL : An all inclusive salary package of R 406 839 (Level 11). In addition to the stated salary, DHA offers a range of market related service benefits.CENTRES : Chief Directorate: Infrastructure Management, Head Office, Pretoria.REF NO : HRMC M2/11/3REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate three year Degree/Diploma in Information Technology with 3-5 years experience, or A+ with 10 years experience in ICT environment. MCSA or MCSE, CNA or CNE, CLA or CLP or LPI or CCNA certificate will be an added advantage, 3-5 years Server Administration and Deployment of Microsoft or Linux or Open Source Servers and Systems Administration required. Novell and/or Microsoft server administration mandatory. Knowledge and application of the GITO requirements and frameworks. Knowledge of the State Information Technology Agency Act 88 of 1998. Understanding of the E-government policy framework consultation paper developed by GITO. Knowledge of the Protection of Information Act and promotion of Access to Information Act. Sound knowledge of Minimum Information Security Standards (MISS), The position paper on information security ISO 17799 (Information Security Framework), National Strategic Intelligence Act and the Draft Electronic 3HRMC M2 OF 2011Vacancies in the Department
  • 4. Transaction Bill. A valid driver’s license, willingness to travel is essential, on-call and extended working hours is required.KEY PERFORMANCE The successful candidate will be responsible for, amongst others, theAREAS : following specific tasks: Ensure the effective implementation of Data Centre Functions and Services to develop and manage disaster recovery plan. Implement and manage data centre environment. Design a high availability data centre infrastructure in the department. Responsible for project work and producing weekly/monthly reports in relation to Data Centre Infrastructure and other problems. Implement identification of potential threats and liaise with IS Security for resolution/ addressing threats. Provide support to the Director regarding reporting requirements of the function. Implement and maintain relationship with service provider (SPs, SITA). Implement Disaster Recovery for systems in all DHA data centres. Manage the resources allocated to IS in the unit in an effective and efficient manner. Provide inputs into the compilation of the IS annual budget. Administer the budget and monitor that expenditure is in line with financial requirements and the unit’s objectives. Make recommendation external contractors and suppliers within the unit in an effective and efficient manner. Manage and implement6ation of people management strategies, policies and procedures within the unit. Ensure effective capacity planning of IS resources in the unit. Ensure effective governance and compliance of IS staff and practices within the unit. Implement standard operating procedures, governance frameworks and policies relating to IS staff and practices within the unit. Monitor and ensure compliance with legislation, regulations, DHA policies and procedures within the business unit. Ensure compliance with all audit requirements within the business unit. Monitor quality, risk, standards and practices against prescribed frameworks. Ensure that all employees at the unit are aware of and trained on IS policies and practices. Ensure that all information is stored in a safe and secure environment.ENQUIRIES : Mr W D Hlongwane, Tel: 012-810 8606POSITION NO 4 : SPECIALIST: NETWORK CONTROLLERSALARY LEVEL : An all inclusive salary package of R 406 839 (Level 11). In addition to the stated salary, DHA offers a range of market related service benefits.CENTRES : Chief Directorate: Infrastructure Management, Head Office, Pretoria.REF NO : HRMC M2/11/4REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate three year Degree/Diploma in Information Technology with 3-5 years, or (A+ or N+) with 10 years experience in ICT environment. CCNA, or CCNP certificate will be added advantage. 3-5 year experience in Network (LAN/WAN) Design will be an added advantage. 5 years experience in the Information & Communication Technology Technical support, 5 years experience on Cisco Switching and Routing Experience on LAN and WAN required. Voice Network Design & Support an advantage. Knowledge and application of the GITO requirements and frameworks, State Information Agency Act 88 of 1998 and Protection of Information Act and Promotion of Access to Information Act. Understanding of the E-government policy framework consultation paper developed by GITO. Sound knowledge of Minimum Information Security Standards (MISS, the position paper on 4HRMC M2 OF 2011Vacancies in the Department
  • 5. information security ISO 17799 (Information Security Framework), National Strategic Intelligence Act and the Draft Electronic Transaction Bill. Knowledge of Public Service Regulatory Framework, Departmental legislation and Prescripts and Data Centre Management. A valid driver’s license, willingness to travel is essential, on-call and extended working hours is required.KEY PERFORMANCE The successful candidate will be responsible for, amongst others, theAREAS : following specific tasks: Ensure the effective implementation of WAN and LAN functions and services. Implement and manage LANs and WAN (VPN) for the entire Department. Implement identified policies, standards and guidelines to be followed by DHA to ensure safe keeping of networks. Ensure that all incidents reported are investigated and resolved within a reasonable timeframe. Identify potential threats and liaise with IS Security for resolution of threats. Provide support to the Director and Deputy Director regarding reporting requirements of the Unit. Ensure effective service delivery of IS: Networks staff in the unit. Report on performance of the unit against the Operational Plan to the Director. Create and build partnerships with various internal stakeholders in order to enhance service delivery. Manage the resources allocated to Directorate: Networks. Provide inputs of the compilation of the annual budget. Make recommendation of external contractors and suppliers. Ensure effective capacity planning of IS resources in the unit. Liaise with Governance and assure compliance to audit requirement within the Branch. Monitor and ensure compliance with legislation, regulations, DHA policies and procedures. Ensure that all employees at the unit are aware of and trained on Network policies, procedures and standards. Ensure that all information is stored in a safe and secure environment.ENQUIRIES : Mr W D Hlongwane, Tel: 012-810 8606POSITION NO 5 : DISTRICT OFFICE MANAGER (6 Positions)SALARY LEVEL : Basic Salary of R 206 982 per annum (Level 9). In addition to the stated salary, DHA offers a range of market related service benefits. GAUTENG PROVINCE (3 Positions)CENTRE : a) District Office: CenturionREF NO : HRMC M2/11/5aCENTRE : b) District Office: CullinanREF NO : HRMC M2/11/5bCENTRE : c) District Office: SoshanguveREF NO : HRMC M2/11/5c FREE STATE PROVINCE(1 Position)CENTRE : d) District Office: ZastronREF NO : HRMC M2/11/5d KWA-ZULU NATAL PROVINCE (2 Positions)CENTRE : e) District Office: NquthuREF NO : HRMC M2/11/5eCENTRE : f) District Office: NkandlaREF NO : HRMC M2/11/5f 5HRMC M2 OF 2011Vacancies in the Department
  • 6. REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate three year degree/diploma or an equivalent qualification with extensive experience in a Customer Service environment in a supervisory/management position. Knowledge of Workflow planning and capacity planning. Knowledge of Civic Services Regulations, the Immigration Act and Refugee Act will be an added advantage. Knowledge and understanding of the Public Service prescripts and the South African Constitution. Experience in resource management as well as understanding of Human Resources legislations and prescripts. Knowledge of occupation Health and Safety Act. Experience in Financial Management As well as understanding of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and Treasury Regulations. A valid driver’s licence and willingness to travel are essential.KEY PERFORMANCE The successful candidate will be responsible for, amongst others, theAREAS : following specific tasks: Manage effective operations within a Regional Office. Develop and maintain an Operational plan complemented by action plans for service delivery in the Office. Support, provide inputs and advice on policy development and ensure the effective implementation thereof. Revisit, review and streamline all processes to ensure accuracy and efficiency in providing Civic and Immigration services. Develop, interpret and manage statistical information on service standards, throughout times, bottlenecks, volumes and error rates. Ensure the effective and uniform implementation of Standard Operating Procedures. Inform the Regional Manager about work progress, problems and corrective measures applied. Ensure sound financial and revenue management within the Office in line with the PFMA and Treasury Regulations. Provide inputs into the IS infrastructure planning and management and ensure effective implementation. Ensure effective risk and compliance management by physically inspecting and conducting office based auditing of procedures and controls. Establish and manage relationships with all relevant stakeholders to support service delivery in the Region. Attend to and ensure resolution of enquiries and/or complaints.ENQUIRIES : Mr W D Hlongwane, 012-810-8606 6HRMC M2 OF 2011Vacancies in the Department
  • 7. 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 J S Modipa, Tel No: (012) 810-7182 Alternatively, applications may be hand delivered to HR Reception or to Security at the front entrance of the Department of Home Affairs, at 270 Maggs Street, Waltloo, SILVERTON. In the event of hand-delivery, applicants are to sign an application register as proof of application.  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 22 August 2011 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. 7HRMC M2 OF 2011Vacancies in the Department

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