DATE OF ISSUE: 22 FEBRUARY 2013TO    ALL   HEADS    OF   NATIONAL                     DEPARTMENTS/PROVINCIAL              ...
INDEX                              NATIONAL DEPARTMENTS              NATIONAL DEPARTMENT                     ANNEXURE   PA...
ANNEXURE A                            DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCENOTE           :   Applications must be submitted on the prescr...
POST 08/02     :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: GRIEVANCES                   This post is advertised in the DOD and broader Public ...
pressure. Ability to travel throughout the Republic on a frequent basis is an essential                   requirement. Abi...
ANNEXURE B                              DEPARTMENT OF ENERGYAPPLICATIONS    :   The Director-General, Department of Energy...
rentals(lease) of machine2Creativity:iHighly motivated and out of the inbox                thinkeriAble to provide input f...
ANNEXURE C                                   DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRSThe Department of Environmental Affairs is...
undertake training needs assessment, development of skills development                    plans/training plans, quality as...
and evaluate GIS operations and mapping in line with norms and standards.                    Maintain, upgrade and oversee...
ANNEXURE D                GOVERNMENT PENSIONS ADMINISTRATION AGENCY (GPAA)APPLICATIONS     :    Please forward your applic...
subject areas; Manage files and reports completed by ensuring quality control and           effective and efficient system...
ANNEXURE E                           DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAININGThe department is committed to providing e...
CENTRE         :   PretoriaREQUIREMENTS   :   The minimum qualification requirement is a Bachelors degree with Honours in ...
DUTIES         :   Commission and co-ordinate research and impact studies to enable the NSA to best                   fulf...
POST 08/19     :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: MARKING REF NO: DHET 13/02/2013                   Branch: Vocational And Continuing Ed...
Must possess knowledge and understanding of issues of social inclusion in the                   education sector, broadly....
communication skills at different levels of seniority. Knowledge of the administrative                   system of the Pub...
Skills/Administration Skills. Knowledge of public service procurement systems would                   be an advantage.DUTI...
clearing of ledger accounts, verification of all requests for payments received for                   allocation codes and...
should be graduated youth who are currently unemployed. They must be in                   possession of an appropriate pos...
ANNEXURE F                                          DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS Are you looking for an exciting and challen...
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  1. 1. DATE OF ISSUE: 22 FEBRUARY 2013TO ALL HEADS OF NATIONAL DEPARTMENTS/PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATIONS/ PROVINCIALDEPARTMENTS/GOVERNMENT COMPONENTSPUBLIC SERVICE VACANCY CIRCULAR NO 08 OF 20131. 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.
  2. 2. INDEX NATIONAL DEPARTMENTS NATIONAL DEPARTMENT ANNEXURE PAGES DEFENCE A 03 – 05 ENERGY B 06 – 07 ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS C 08 – 10GOVERNMENT PENSIONS ADMINISTRATION AGENCY (GPAA) D 11 – 12 HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING E 13 – 21 HOME AFFAIRS F 22 – 30 HUMAN SETTLEMENTS G 31 – 32 INDEPENDENT POLICE INVESTIGATIVE DIRECTORATE H 33 – 34 JUSTICE AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT I 35 – 37 MINERAL RESOURCES J 38 – 41 TOURISM K 42 THE PRESIDENCY L 43 WOMEN M 44 – 45 PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATIONS PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION ANNEXURE PAGES EASTERN CAPE N 46 GAUTENG O 47 – 56 KWAZULU-NATAL P 57 – 62 WESTERN CAPE Q 63 - 64 2
  3. 3. ANNEXURE A DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCENOTE : 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 short-listed 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). The advertisement(s) contained herein is/are meant for the attention/perusal of serving employees/officials of the DOD/Public Service. Persons not employed by the DOD/Public Service may thus not apply for the vacancies advertised in this Circular. OTHER POSTSPOST 08/01 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR (OFFICE MANAGER) The post is advertised in the DOD, broader Public ServiceSALARY : R464 919 per annumCENTRE : Internal Audit Division, Armscor Building, Erasmuskloof, Pretoria.REQUIREMENTS : A recognised Bachelors Degree or National Diploma in Public Management/Administration. At least (3) years experience in executive office management at the level of Assistant Director. Extensive knowledge of government policies, and wider intra-department activities in government will be a recommendation. Knowledge of DOD policies will be a further advantage. Special requirements (skills needed): Computer literate (MS Word, MS PowerPoint and MS Excel). Ability to solve problems. Ability to do research and analyse documents and situations. Presentation-, organisational-, planning-, administrative-, communication (verbal & written)- and report writing skillsDUTIES : Arrange, coordinate activities and take minutes for the Audit Committee meetings. Arrange and coordinate audit related activities and workshops with relevant internal and external Stakeholders. Supervise junior administration staff. Plan/co-ordinate the Chief of the Division’s program. Provide high quality secretarial and personal assistant support to the Chief of the Division. Manage the office diary efficiently and keep it up to date. Render personalised administrative and budget services to the Chief of the Division. Facilitate execution and control of the Division’s medium term strategic and operational plan by means of effective process facilitation, plan compilation and revision and co-ordinate performance reports. Maintain accurate records of expenditure. Provide general office support, including creating and managing a register of incoming and outgoing documents. Create and manage an effective and efficient filing and tracking system. Convene and provide support at meetings and workshops. Draft letters and memoranda as directed by the Chief of the Division. Attend to queries and customer complaints promptly and professionally.ENQUIRIES : Ms Gloria Spelman, Tel (012) 355 6200.APPLICATIONS : Department of Defence, Internal Audit Division, Private Bag X910, Pretoria, 0001.CLOSING DATE : 15 March 2013 3
  4. 4. POST 08/02 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: GRIEVANCES This post is advertised in the DOD and broader Public ServiceSALARY : R236 532 per annumCENTRE : Chief Directorate HR Strategic Direction & Policy, Directorate Labour & Service Relations, Armscor Building, Erasmuskloof, Pretoria.REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate Degree or National Diploma in Labour Relations. Certificates in Conciliation/Arbitration/Negotiations and experience in labour relations will be an advantage. Knowledge of the Public Service Act, 1994, Public Service Regulations & Instructions, Defence Act, 2002, Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995 and the Individual Grievance Regulations, 2010. Computer literacy (MS Office), Communication- (written and verbal), Strategic and analytic thinking-, inter personal relations- and problem solving and decision making skills. Ability to interpret and apply policy. Be able to work under pressure and independently.DUTIES : Manage and control the Grievance Office. Maintain LSR system in the DOD. Implement and maintain policy for dealing with individual grievances in the DOD. Perform Secretariat duties for effective management of individual grievances. Ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of the Grievance information Technology System Support (GITS) in the DOD. Represent the DLSR in meetings and participate in the Annual Budget planning cycle of the Directorate. Monitor compliance with the Individual Grievance Regulations wrt time frames and reporting on the grievance process in the DOD. Provide specialist advise on individual grievances in the DOD. Ensure adherence to time frames wrt grievances referred to the Grievance Board.ENQUIRIES : Lt Col S. Pillay, tel no (012) 355 6247APPLICATIONS : Department of Defence, Directorate Labour & Service Relations, Private Bag X161, PretoriaCLOSING DATE : 12 March 2013POST 08/03 : SENIOR PERSONNEL PRACTITIONER: (GRIEVANCES) This post is advertised in the DOD and broader Public ServiceSALARY : R198 975 per annumCENTRE : Chief Directorate HR Strategic Direction & Policy, Directorate Labour & Service Relations, Armscor Building, Erasmuskloof, Pretoria.REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate Degree or National Diploma in Labour Relations. Certificates in Conciliation/Arbitration/Negotiations and experience in labour relations will be an advantage. Knowledge of the Public Service Act, 1994, Public Service Regulations & Instructions, Defence Act, 2002, Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995 and the Individual Grievance Regulations, 2010. Computer literacy (MS Office), Communication- (written and verbal), Dispute resolution-, Strategic and analytic thinking-, inter personal relations- and problem solving and decision making skills. Ability to interpret and the application thereof.DUTIES : Handle grievances within the DOD. Evaluate reports of investigating officers and make proposals to management. Formulate proposals to management for the selection of experienced investigation officers. Advise DOD personnel on the application or procedure of grievances. Formulate Policy for grievances in the DOD. Evaluate reports, investigations against DOD Policy and fair labour practices. Resolve individual grievances.ENQUIRIES : Lt Col S. Pillay, tel no (012) 355 6247APPLICATIONS : Department of Defence, Directorate Labour & Service Relations, Private Bag X161, PretoriaCLOSING DATE : 12 March 2013POST 08/04 : SENIOR PERSONNEL PRACTITIONER (DISPUTES) This post is advertised in the DOD and broader Public ServiceSALARY : R198 975 per annumCENTRE : Chief Directorate HR Strategic Direction & Policy, Directorate Labour & Service Relations, Armscor Building, Erasmuskloof, Pretoria.REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate Bachelors Degree with Labour Law/National Diploma with Labour Law is essential. Special Requirements (skills needed): Demonstrate knowledge of legislation governing labour relations and relevant Public Service prescripts. Demonstrate skills of research, comprehension, analysis and interpretation of Prescripts. Computer literate. Good language and communication skills (both written and oral). Strategic thinking, Dispute Resolution and Negotiation skills. Good organisation, planning and decision-making skills. Ability to work under 4
  5. 5. pressure. Ability to travel throughout the Republic on a frequent basis is an essential requirement. Ability to compile and maintain statistics in relations to disputes. Experience in the following is an essential requirement: Research, Investigation and report writing in relation to disputes. Must be able to obtain a confidential security clearance within a year.DUTIES : Represent the Department of Defence at the relevant bargaining councils. Facilitate the representation of the Department of Defence at the Labour Court. Knowledge of legislations governing labour relations and Public Service prescripts. Draft submissions. Research, Investigation and report writing in relation to disputes. Computer skills. Render administrative support in all matters in relation to Disputes. Advise line management on the application of labour relations processes and systems and compliance with Prescripts. Maintain an accurate database and compile reports on Disputes. Provide labour relations advice in the development and implementation of all departmental policies. Extensive travelling throughout the Republic.ENQUIRIEBUS : Ms M. Masondo, Tel No (012) 355-5099APPLICATIONS : Department of Defence, Directorate Labour & Service Relations, Private Bag X161, PretoriaCLOSING DATE : 12 March 2013POST 08/05 : SENIOR SECRETARY GR IV The post is advertised in the DOD, broader Public Service.SALARY : R160 224 per annumCENTRE : Internal Audit Division, Armscor Building, Erasmuskloof, Pretoria.REQUIREMENTS : Gr 12. The ideal candidate will have three (3) years relevant experience working in a senior manager’s environment will be a recommendation. Special requirements (skills needed): Computer literate (MS Word, MS PowerPoint and MS Excel). Good language skills and the ability to communicate with people at different levels. Good telephone etiquette. Sound organisational-, planning- and administrative skills. Ability to act with tact and discretion. Ability to do research and analyse documents and situations. Ability to work under pressure.DUTIES : Provide secretarial, receptionist and clerical support to the Office of the Chief Internal Audit. Type routine notes, memo’s, letters and reports, filing, faxing, photocopying and tracing of documents. Receive and make telephone calls on behalf of the Chief of the Division. Arrange for visitor’s authorisation and parking. Ensure that all messages are attended to timeously. Direct internal and external enquiries to responsible officials. Arrange and co-ordinate all meetings for and on behalf of the Chief. Liaise with relevant role-players on the arrangements of the meeting. Co-ordinate and re-schedule meetings when necessary. Provide all relevant documentation and sufficient copies to attendees. Manage and maintain a well updated filing system. Handle confidential documents with utmost discretion. Manage the Chief’s diary and remaining the Chief of appointments. Attend to all logistical and travel arrangements for the Chief. Confirm and co-ordinate all arrangements and ensure that all relevant documentation is available. Submit claims timeously after completion of trip. Arrange for all venues and refreshments for meetings. Manage and co-ordinate all incoming and outgoing correspondence.ENQUIRIES : Ms Gloria Spelman, Tel (012) 355 6200.APPLICATIONS : Department of Defence, Internal Audit Division, Private Bag X910, Pretoria, 0001.CLOSING DATE : 15 March 2013 5
  6. 6. ANNEXURE B DEPARTMENT OF ENERGYAPPLICATIONS : 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 NdlovuCLOSING DATE : 08 March 2013NOTE : 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 POSTSPOST 08/06 : ADMINISTRATION OFFICERSALARY : R160 224 per annum Level: 07CENTRE : Port ElizabethREQUIREMENTS : Bachelor’s Degree/ National Diploma in Office Administration with relevant experience PLUS the following key competencies: 2Knowledge of:iBasic Knowledge of Legislation (Energy, PFMA, Public Service)iCorporate Services (HR, Finance, IT)iDocument Management 2Skills:iComputer skills (MS word, Excel, etc.)iInterpersonal skillsiOrganizational skillsiCommunication SkillsiManagement SkillsiNumeric skills2Communication:iMust be able to communicate freely and travel from time to time 2Creativity: iFriendlyi Professional, proactiveiAttention to detailiAbility to follow proceduresiInformation EvaluationiDecision MakingiCreativityiAnalytical thinkerDUTIES : Record, distribute, keep track of and file documents and/or internal/external CommunicationiArrange venues, workshops/seminars and take minutes where requirediAdminister all payments and claims of the DirectorateiSupport the manager with the administration of the budgetiProvide an efficient support service in association with relevant Directorates in terms of Human Resource Management, Financial Administration, Procurement and Asset ManagementiProvide secretarial/receptionist support to the manageriRender logistical support to the Regional Director with regard to the Petroleum Products Amendment Act and administer the process of financial provision collectionENQUIRIES : Mr E Cloete 041 396 3932POST 08/07 : SENIOR ASSET CONTROLLERSALARY : R160 224 per annum Level 07CENTRE : Pretoria (Head Office)REQUIREMENTS : Bachelor’s Degree/ National Diploma in Accounting/ Finance with relevant experience PLUS the following key competencies:2Knowledge of:iPublic Finance Management ActiAsset Management policyiKnowledge of Supply Chain Management processiKnowledge of office procedure and administration2Skill: iListening skillsiOrganising skillsiReport writing skillsiComputer skillsiIdentification of problem areai2Communication:iHigh level of communication skillsiAbility to engage with service provider with matters related to 6
  7. 7. rentals(lease) of machine2Creativity:iHighly motivated and out of the inbox thinkeriAble to provide input for the improvement of asset management. Recommendation/Note: Good understanding of asset administrationDUTIES : Oversee the receipt, delivery, tagging, distribution and recording of assetsiApprove procurement requests for assetsiVerify the description and location of assets periodically (stocktaking)iKeep records of assets (asset register)iFollow –up on discrepancies between asset inventory, actual description and assets locationiSupervise and develop staffENQUIRIES : Mr R Ratshilumela 012 406 7751 7
  8. 8. ANNEXURE C DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRSThe Department of Environmental Affairs is registered with the Department of Labour as a designated Employer and the filling of the following posts will be in line with the Employment Equity Act (including people with disabilities)NOTE : All applications must be submitted on Z83 form obtainable from any Public Service Department, orhttp:// www.ecdoh. gov.za/uploads/ files/110706122520pdf and must be completed in full accompanied by certified copies of ID, driver’s licence (where applicable)and qualifications together with recent Curriculum Vitae, stating the reference number and the post for which being applied and forwarded to the address above. No faxed, e-mailed or late applications will be considered. Applicants may be assessed. The Department reserves the right not to fill the post. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. Shortlisted candidates should avail themselves for the interviews at the specified time and venue as determined by the Department otherwise they will forfeit the opportunity. OTHER POSTSPOST 08/08 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: PROGRAMME PLANNING AND QUALITY ASSURANCE (GREENING AND OPEN SPACE MANAGEMENT) REF NO: AP6025/2013SALARY : R 464 919 per annum (all-inclusive remuneration package)CENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : Bachelor’s Degree or three year tertiary qualification in Environmental Management, Development Studies, Public Administration and Management, Social Sciences or equivalent qualification. The applicant should at least have three years extensive experience in Environmental management (Biodiversity Management), open space management, community development, project management, financial Management, Expanded Public Works Programme and or related programmes, evaluation and monitoring practices, knowledge of Quality Management practices, leadership and management, strategic planning, analytical, conceptualization, problem solving, process design, expert level of computer literacy, and good communication. The successful candidate must have a valid driver’s license as he/she will be expected to travel extensively. licence.DUTIES : The successful candidate will be responsible for the management of planning process for the Greening & Open Space Management Projects (Undertake pre- planning visits to project sites, evaluate and recommend the business plans and supporting documents for approval of Greening and Open Space Management Projects, support the development and review of norms and standards for the Greening and Open Space Management focus area, development and review of planning tools for projects planning), support the development and maintenance of the project implementer’s database for Environmental Protection and Infrastructure Programme, facilitate and support the process of calling and evaluation of project proposals from the proponents, undertake the quality audit on Greening and Open Space Management Projects.ENQUIRIES : Mr L Mlilo - Tel: (012) 310 3260APPLICATIONS : The Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag X447, Pretoria, 0001 or hand delivered to: 315 Pretorius Street, Cnr Pretorius & Lilian st Ngoyi Streets, Fedsure Forum Building, 1 Floor, North Tower, Room 106 (Information Center)FOR ATTENTION : Ms B GrobbelaarCLOSING DATE : 11 March 2013POST 08/09 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: PROGRAMME TRAINING REF NO: AP6024/2013SALARY : R 464 919 per annum (all-inclusive remuneration package)CENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : An appropriate recognized three year tertiary qualification in Education and Training/ Human Resource Development/ Development Studies/ Public Admin or equivalent relevant with majors in human development, and industrial psychology. An experience in skills development, education, training and development is highly recommended. Should have knowledge of government legislations, policies and bodies in education and training e.g. NQF, SDA, SLA, Public Finance act, Computer literacy National Growth development strategy, IDPs, and the National skills development strategy 3, SETAs and QCTOs. The following skills will serve as recommendations: Numerical and analytical ability, research skills, ability to 8
  9. 9. undertake training needs assessment, development of skills development plans/training plans, quality assurance on projects and working knowledge of the Expanded Public Works Programme. Good report writing skills, facilitation, research, interpersonal, co-ordination, quality assurance, community liaison and problem solving skills. Good project management, human resource management and communication skills. The following will serve as an added advantage: Being qualified in assessor and moderator certificates. The candidate must be in possession of a valid driver’s licence.DUTIES : Manage the planning and reporting of accredited training. Manage the development of training programmes with NQF accreditation relevant to the EPIP projects. Facilitate quality assurance of accredited training. Support the appointment of training providers. Manage the evaluation of skills audits and training plans. Manage the development and the review of training tools. Facilitate the establishment and management of partnerships with skills development bodies SETAS, QCTOs, and Departments of Education. Support the Chief Directorate.ENQUIRIES : Ms N Giqwa - Tel: (012) 310 3561APPLICATIONS : The Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag X447, Pretoria, 0001 or hand delivered to: 315 Pretorius Street, Cnr Pretorius & Lilian Ngoyi Streets, Fedsure Forum Building, 1st Floor, North Tower, Room 106 (Information Center)FOR ATTENTION : Ms B GrobbelaarCLOSING DATE : 11 March 2013POST 08/10 : PROVINCIAL PROJECT COORDINATOR (SR8) 9 POSTS REF AP9018/2013SALARY : R198 975 per annum (Total Package of R285 343 conditions apply)CENTRE : Western Cape, KZN, Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Limpopo, North WestREQUIREMENTS : An appropriate recognized three year degree/diploma in Natural, Forestry or Environmental Sciences/Grade 12 with extensive relevant experience. Experience in project management within an Environmental context. Experience in administration and knowledge of Alien Vegetation Control. Demonstrated interpersonal, communication and coordinating and document management skills. Demonstrated knowledge of mapping. Computer literacy, ability to work under pressure and long hours when necessary. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s license.DUTIES : The successful applicant will be responsible for the monitoring of the projects in relation to areas mapped, work load assessment, quality of work and compliance to Working for Water standards. Facilitating the implementation of project plans with the compliance to beneficiary training needs assessments, health and safety and biocontrol. Providing project planning support services in liaison with landowners and stakeholders. Ensure monitoring of project through site visits and in field audits, cash flow and final site inspections and facilitating the handing over of land to land-users.ENQUIRIES : Mr W Wentzel Tel (021) 941 6016 Western Cape Region Mr W Roux (015) 290-1458 Limpopo Region Mr R Brudvig (033) 3306 197 Kwa Zulu Natal Region Mr R Nenungwi (013) 759 2300 Mpumalanga Region Ms L Mabuza (012) 3921459 Gauteng Region Ms S Mayoli (012) 283 1787 North West RegionAPPLICATIONS : Department of Environmental Affairs Natural Resources Management Private Bag X4390 Cape Town 8000 OR Hand-deliver to 14 Loop Street, Cape Town, 8000FOR ATTENTION : Ms T Petersen for Western Cape Region Ms S Hammond for Limpopo RegionCLOSING DATE : 15 March 2013POST 08/11 : DATA MANAGER (LEVEL 8) REF NO: AP9014/2013SALARY : R198 975 per annum (Total Package of R285 343 conditions apply)CENTRE : Kwa Zulu-Natal, Gauteng RegionREQUIREMENTS : A three year tertiary qualification in ArcView/GIS/WIMS or an equivalent qualification. Extensive experience in data analysis and GIS and other similar related programmes. Sound organising and planning skills. General and good communications skills, prioritizing work load, listening skills, writing skills and Human relations skills. Computer literacy, valid driver’s license and willingness to travel. Knowledge of GIS Policies and procedures.DUTIES : Manage, maintain and upgrade the data of spatial and non-spatial database information system as well as manage the generated contract documentation. Produce Annual Plans of Operations (APO). Quality assurance of reports. Monthly key performance indicators and quarterly employment reports. Manage regional GIS functions; compile monthly progress reports on contracts and other data. Monitor 9
  10. 10. and evaluate GIS operations and mapping in line with norms and standards. Maintain, upgrade and oversee spatial and non-spatial data via relevant software packages. Provide aerial mapping support.ENQUIRIES : Mr Ryan Brudvig Tel: 033 330 6197APPLICATIONS : Department of Environmental Affairs Natural Resources Management Private Bag X4390 Cape Town 8000 OR Hand-deliver to 14 Loop Street, Cape Town, 8000FOR ATTENTION : Ms T JiyaCLOSING DATE : 15 March 2013POST 08/12 : ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER (LEVEL 7) REF NO: AP9016/2013SALARY : R160 224 per annum ((Total Package of R238 325 conditions apply )CENTRE : Free State RegionREQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 and relevant experience. Knowledge of Public Service policies and procedures. Understanding of public service regulations, budget and expenditure. Computer literate in all MS Office suites. Experience in Logis and BAS. Excellent interpersonal skills. Sound verbal and written communication skills. Valid Driver’s licence.DUTIES : Responsible for administration and budget in the Section with regard to processing of payment of financial transactions. Drawing of Logis and BAS reports. Co- ordination of Training needs of the Section. Ensuring effective administration of filing and the maintenance of files for the Section. Rendering office services to the Section i.e. controlling incoming and outgoing mail, processing telephone and photocopying accounts and attends to the servicing of electronic equipment. Perform inventory controls for the Section and attends various meetings.ENQUIRIES : Ms T Puling (012) 392-1300APPLICATIONS : Department of Environmental Affairs Natural Resources Management Private Bag X4390 Cape Town 8000 OR Hand-deliver to 14 Loop Street, Cape Town, 8000FOR ATTENTION : Ms T JiyaCLOSING DATE : 15 March 2013 10
  11. 11. ANNEXURE D GOVERNMENT PENSIONS ADMINISTRATION AGENCY (GPAA)APPLICATIONS : Please forward your application, quoting the relevant reference number, Government Pensions Administration Agency, Private Bag X63, Pretoria 0001.FOR ATTENTION : Ms A MogaswaCLOSING DATE : 8 March 2013, No faxed / e-mailed / late applications will be considered.NOTE : Requirement of applications: Must be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service Department (originally signed) or on the internet at http://www.info.gov.za/ documents/forms/employ.pdf. Must be accompanied by a comprehensive CV with original certified copies of all qualifications (including matriculation), ID document and drivers licence if a prerequisite (copies of certified documents will not be accepted). Certified documents should not be older than 3 months. Non-RSA Citizens/Permanent Resident Permit Holders must attach a copy of his/her Permanent Residence Permit to his/her application. Should you be in possession of a foreign qualification, it must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). Applications that don’t meet the above requirements will be deemed as regret. . Applications without an indication of the specific reference number/s as stated in this advertisement will be regarded as unsuccessful. If you have not been contacted within 3 months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. Suitable candidates will be subjected to a personnel suitability check (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. The Department reserves the right not to make appointment(s) to the advertised post(s). OTHER POSTPOST 08/13 : VETTING OFFICER 2 POSTS REF NO: VO/2013/02 Please note that these positions are 24 month contract positions Security Services SectionSALARY : R 198 975 – R 234 381 per annum (basic salary) plus 37% in lieu of benefitsCENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : Bachelors degree in Social Sciences or equivalent tertiary qualification. Three years practical vetting fieldwork. Extensive experience in and knowledge of National Strategic Intelligence Act and MISS. Short courses in the following will be a distinct advantage: Analysis; conflict management; listening; interview skills. Valid driver’s license. Computer literacy that include a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office products. Problem solving and analysis. Programme and project management. Decision making. Team leader. Ethical business conduct. Reliable, capable of being entrusted with sensitive information. Effective communication skills, both verbal and written. Effective planning and organizing skills. Strategic thinking. Analytical and problem solving skills. Interpersonal sensitivity. Customer orientated. Financial management ability. Excellent listening skills.DUTIES : The primary goal of the incumbent will be the management and execution of vetting fieldwork investigations within the GPAA. The following core areas of responsibility will apply but is not limited to: Conduct vetting fieldwork investigations whereby they: Gather relevant information; Conduct proper analysis and quality check on the information; Compile and submit reports to management and NIA on all vetting files and reports completed on a regular basis; Conduct vetting investigations in respect of secret and top secret levels. Provide inputs for the development and implementation of policies, guidelines, norms and standards in vetting investigations whereby they: Analyze; research and evaluate all vetting related information Assist in the development, implementation and maintenance of investigation operating procedures; Provide advice and guidance on the interpretation and application of legislation, policies and procedures. Ensure effective communication between the GPAA and the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) and other related agencies whereby they: Liaise regularly with NIA, SAPS, SASS, Defense, Home Affairs and other critical stakeholders for advice and assistance and to obtain additional information; Establish and promote relationships with external stakeholders, including credit information providers to access information. Manage files related to vetting projects by: Participation in project and task teams dealing with a variety of 11
  12. 12. subject areas; Manage files and reports completed by ensuring quality control and effective and efficient systems and report on all work allocated.NOTE : Two Vetting Officer positions are currently available at the Government Pensions Administration Agency: Security Services. These positions will be filled as 24 month contract positions. 12
  13. 13. ANNEXURE E DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAININGThe department is committed to providing equal opportunities and practicing affirmative action employment. Itis our intention to promote representivity: (race, gender and disability) in the Department through the filling of posts and a candidate whose appointment, transfer or promotion will promote representivity will receive preference.APPLICATIONS : Please Forward Your Application, Quoting The Reference Number To: The Director- General, Department Of Higher Education And Training, Private Bag X174, Pretoria, 0001 Or Hand Deliver To: 123 Francis Baard Street, (Old Name 123 Schoeman Street), Cnr Sophie De Bruyn & Francis Baard Street, (Old Name Cnr Schubart & Schoeman), Pretoria, Reception Area.CLOSING DATE : 01 March 2013, applications received after the closing date or faxed applications will not be considered.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 qualifications. The successful candidate will be subjected to a security clearance and verification of qualifications. Interviewed candidates will be subjected to a competency assessment where necessary. Correspondence will only be entered into with short-listed applicants. MANAGEMENT ECHELONPOST 08/14 : DIRECTOR: PLANNING, MONITORING AND EVALUATION COORDINATION REF NO: DHET 08/02/2013 Branch: Human Resource Development, Planning and Monitoring Coordination Directorate: Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation CoordinationSALARY : All inclusive remuneration package R719 613 Per annumCENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : A recognized 3 year Bachelor’s degree (or an equivalent qualification) with specialization in Economics, Research Methodology, Population Development, Statistics or related field. A relevant post-graduate degree will be an advantage. A minimum of 8 years work experience, of which at least 4 years should be in management, planning, research, or monitoring and evaluation environment. Extensive knowledge of education economics, policy, planning and system monitoring and evaluation will be an added advantage. Proven experience of both qualitative and quantitative research methodology. Excellent report writing and presentation skills. The ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines. High level of computer literacy especially in MS Excel. Good management skills, including people, communication and financial management skills.DUTIES : Determine the priorities and appropriate investment levels for the development of development of a cost-effective post-school education and training system as a key component of national economic and social development. Conduct ongoing analyses of resourcing, funding and financing in regards to among others: investment levels, efficiencies and costs, equity and access to funding in the post school system. Prepare post school education and training investment reports, funding bids, five, ten, fifteen and twenty year plans within the context of the National Development. Plan, the Medium Term Strategic Objectives of Government, the Strategic Plan of the Department, the National Skills Fund and the National Skills Development. Manage the annual budget bidding processes with National Treasury. Oversee the compilation of national financial country reports, for use departmentally, nationally and internationally. Co-ordinate interdepartmental and inter-institutional cross cutting system planning matters and represents the Branch and the Department in interdepartmental or intergovernmental meetings as required. Manage all the required functions and resources of the Directorate: Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Coordination. Assist the Chief Director and Deputy Director-General of the branch when required.ENQUIRIES : Mr D Sebela 012 312 5512POST 08/15 : DIRECTOR: UNIVERSITY POLICY AND DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT REF NO: DHET 26/02/2013 Branch: University Education Directorate: University Policy and Development Support Note: re-advert people who applied before are encourage to apply againSALARY : All inclusive salary package of R719 613 per annum 13
  14. 14. CENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : The minimum qualification requirement is a Bachelors degree with Honours in a relevant field, as well as at least 8 years appropriate experience in the higher education sector, 4 years of which must have been at a middle management level. The position requires excellent analytical; project management; writing and communication skills. Competence in the use of MS Suites such as, Word, Excel, PowerPoint is a requirement. An added advantage would be experience of working with large databases and within a research management environment in higher education, as well as knowledge and understanding of Public Finance Management (PFMA) and public sector budgeting. This is a high level position that requires a candidate with strong knowledge of policy development and implementation processes within the higher education environment. In particular it requires a person with excellent understanding of research and its role in the higher education context. The ideal candidate will have research experience, be capable of constructing and managing research projects, and writing research reports. The candidate must have excellent knowledge of the higher education landscape and the policy context as a whole, be innovative and flexible, and must be able to lead a unit to effectively coordinate and manage diverse projects. They must have proven administrative and management competencies.DUTIES : The scope of the Director’s work will include but not be limited to: Development and management of policies in various areas of HE, with the current focus on the recognition of Creative Outputs for the purposes of subsidy; the implementation and monitoring of research output and research development policies and related research initiatives at HE institutions; overseeing the management and implementation of the Higher Education HIV and AIDS (HEAIDS) programme in partnership with relevant stakeholders ; the promotion and development of African languages at higher education institutions, liaison with universities and higher education stakeholders regarding the development of policy and related development support; development and coordination of relevant policy guidelines to promote the internationalization of the South African higher education system; facilitating international opportunities for the capacity development of South African higher education system and international scholarships.ENQUIRIES : Mr D Sebela 012 312 5512NOTE : This Directorate, located within the University Education Branch, is responsible for providing leadership on various policies in the Higher Education (HE) sector, including their development, review, implementation, monitoring and improvement. Specifically it is responsible for the research outputs and research development policies and administration, as well policies on African Languages in Higher Education. The Directorate is also responsible for ensuring the implementation of international scholarship opportunities in higher education, some of which are guided by bilateral or multilateral agreements involving South Africa, as well as policies relating to internationalisation of HE. Amongst other activities, the Directorate administers the implementation of Higher Education HIV and AIDS (HEAIDS) programme in the sector. OTHER POSTSPOST 08/16 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: RESEARCH, POLICY AND ADVICE REF NO: DHET 14/02/2013 Branch: Skills Development Directorate: National Skills Authority (NSA)SALARY : All inclusive salary package R464 919 per annum (1 year contract)CENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : An applicant should be in possession of an appropriate and relevant Bachelor degree or equivalent qualifications with extensive knowledge of research methodologies and have at least six years relevant work experience, with at least 4 years relevant management experience. The applicant should have a good track record in research and impact studies. Must be willing to travel and work beyond normal working hours. The following will serve as strong recommendations: Sound knowledge of the Sector Education Training Authorities (SETA) landscape, FET College Sector and Post School Education and Training landscape in general. A strategic thinker who is able to work with individuals and teams at both executive and operational levels. High level ability to analyze and synthesize information. Extensive knowledge of Skills Development and related Acts and legislation in government. Excellent liaison and communication skills (written and verbal). Strategic leadership and coordination skills. Analytical thinking and problem solving abilities. 14
  15. 15. DUTIES : Commission and co-ordinate research and impact studies to enable the NSA to best fulfill its advisory function. Determine the research agenda in consultation with the NSA. Prepare briefing notes and speeches for the NSA. Manage and co-ordinate NSA consultations on skills development. Facilitate NSA policy processes and develop advice. Develop, implement and monitor NSA institutional policies. Develop, implement and monitor consultation framework for social partners and stakeholders of skills development.ENQUIRIES : Mr D Sebela 012 312 5512POST 08/17 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: CAPACITY BUILDING, INVESTIGATIONS, MARKETING AND EVENTS MANAGEMENT. REF NO: DHET 15/02/2013SALARY : All inclusive salary package R464 919 per annum (1 year contract)CENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : An applicant should be in possession of an appropriate and relevant Bachelor degree or equivalent qualifications with knowledge of research and have at least six years relevant work experience, with at least 4 years relevant management experience. Knowledge of training and development statutory requirements. Written and oral communication skills. Administrative skills. PC literacy, with a good working knowledge of Excel. Ability to generate schedules and Excel spreadsheets, Co- ordination and planning skills and Analytical skills.DUTIES : Orientate and capacitate the NSA and stakeholders. Develop, implement and monitor the NSA capacity building strategy. Manage investigations and projects related to NSA/Minister’s priorities. Develop, implement and monitor investigation protocol and framework. Organise and manage the skills conference and other events in conjunction with the Events Management Unit. Collation of a learning matrix. Tracking and recording of the training budget. Compilation and submission of statutory and other training and development reports. Liaise with the DHET HRD Manager with duties as required. Conduct training needs analysis. Source appropriate training providers in line with training needs, Maintain the HRD calendar, Prepare presentations and Co-ordinate performance management interventions.ENQUIRIES : Mr D Sebela 012 312 5512NOTE : Sound knowledge of the Sector Education Training Authorities (SETA) landscape. A strategic thinker who is able to work with individuals and teams at both executive and operational levels. High level ability to analyze and synthesize information. Extensive knowledge of Skills Development and related Acts and legislation in government. Excellent liaison and communication skills (written and verbal). Strategic leadership and coordination skills. Analytical thinking and problem solving abilities. Must be willing to travel extensively and work beyond normal working hours.POST 08/18 : PROJECT COORDINATOR (DEPUTY DIRECTOR) REF NO: DHET 16/02/2013 Branch: Chief Financial Officer Chief Directorate: Financial Support Services Directorate: Development SupportSALARY : All inclusive salary package R464 919 per annum (2 year contract with possible extension)CENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : A 3 year Bachelor’s degree/ diploma in the relevant field. A post graduate qualification would be highly recommended. A minimum of 6 years experience in project management at a national scale is required. The ideal candidate should be conversant with the public service delivery; transformation and management issues related to the post school sector and have knowledge of relevant legislation. Proficiency in Ms Office Packages, Project Strategic and Financial Management/ Accounting Skills as well as Communication and Report writing skills.DUTIES : Planning, coordination, monitoring and evaluation of projects. Responsible for the management of the framework for funding applications in line with Departmental priorities. Responsible for managing the development of project proposals/ plans. Provide support and evaluate the implementation capacities of project implementers. Responsible for development, implementation and monitoring of service level agreements/Memoranda of Agreements. Responsible for programme reporting and evaluation of projects. Oversee the effective and efficient utilization of the DHET: Development Fund. Manage interface with different stakeholders of the DHET. Ensure submission of closure reports. Oversee the maintenance of a register/database of projects. Perform any other duties delegated from time to time in the Directorate.ENQUIRIES : Mr D Sebela 012 312 5512 15
  16. 16. POST 08/19 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: MARKING REF NO: DHET 13/02/2013 Branch: Vocational And Continuing Education And Training Chief Directorate: National Examinations and AssessmentSALARY : All-inclusive remuneration package of R464 919 per annumCENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : The minimum requirement for appointment is an appropriate 3- or 4-year higher education qualification, which must include training as an educator/lecturer, supplemented by at least 6 years’ educational experience and 3 years in a supervisory capacity. Applicants should be adaptable, motivated, disciplined and be able to work independently and under pressure. Extensive knowledge and experience is required in the control, storage, marking and moderation of scripts, selection and training of markers, establishment and functioning of marking centres and departmental policy relevant to the marking process. Experience in the field of project management will be a strong recommendation along with good computer and communication skills. It will be expected of the appointee to work overtime during marking cycles.DUTIES : The successful candidate will be responsible for the planning, coordination and operationalisation of marking processes for FET College and AET examinations. Review and amendment of policy and guidelines governing marking processes. Establishment of a monitoring system for both site-based and national marking processes. Selection and training of markers. Identification and establishment of national marking centres. Coordination and overseeing of national marking processes. Creation and maintenance of a national database of markers. Control and storage of scripts at marking centres. Identification and reporting of irregularities arising in the marking process. Handling of marking queries, official correspondence, submissions and report writing. Liaising with various role players in FET Colleges and AET centres as well as quality councils. Development and management of staff.ENQUIRIES : Mr D Sebela 012 312 5512POST 08/20 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS 2 POSTS REF NO: DHET 09/02/2013 Chief Directorate: International RelationsSALARY : R236 532 Per annumCENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : A three year degree or equivalent qualification in Education, or International Relations coupled with at least 3 years general work experience, two of which should have been within the international relations environment. Experience in protocol will be an added advantage. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, good events management, analytical, negotiation and interpersonal skills are needed. A broad understanding of the multilateral landscape and the imperatives that could be leveraged for effective policy formulation and pragmatic support for skills development. Familiarization with the post-school training system and the role partnerships could play to enhance delivery. Ability to work in a team environment and under pressure to meet deadlines. Ability to maintain effective relationships with stakeholders as well as possessing above average computer skills.DUTIES : Provide assistance to the office of the Higher Education and Training Attaché. Coordinate the submission of strategic inputs and facilitate the signing of agreements stemming from participation in the multilateral arena. Participate in the interdepartmental meetings convened by the Department of International Relations and Cooperation on multilaterals and coordinate the submission of Higher Education and Training input to the Country Reports. Write submissions and briefing notes for principals interacting with UNESCO, International Labour Organization, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and other specialized education agencies with which the Department engage.ENQUIRIES : Mr D Sebela 012 312 5512POST 08/21 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: SOCIAL INCLUSION AND EQUITY REF NO: DHET 11/02/2013 Directorate: Social Inclusion & EquitySALARY : R236 532 Per annumCENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : An appropriate Bachelors Degree or National Diploma (NQF Level 6). Must have minimum 5 years relevant work experience, plus 2 years supervisory experience in issues of inclusion – in particular, inclusion of disability in the Education Sector. 16
  17. 17. Must possess knowledge and understanding of issues of social inclusion in the education sector, broadly. Experience in conducting research, analysis and report writing are essential for this post. Knowledge and Skills: Must be computer literate, with strong communication skills, both oral and written.DUTIES : Monitor disability inclusion in institutions of higher education including all institutions of Post-School Education & Training. Provide information and support relating to issues of disability in the higher education & training sector. Provide support for the observance of national and international disability days. Conduct research, analyse data and write reports. Monitor the implementation of programmes promoting health, sports, participation and integration of youth with disabilities in all HET institutions.ENQUIRIES : Mr D Sebela 012 312 5512POST 08/22 : PROJECT MANAGER (ASSISTANT DIRECTOR) REF NO: DHET 17/02/2013 Branch: Chief Financial Officer Chief Directorate: Financial Support Services Directorate: Development SupportSALARY : R236 532 Per annum plus 37% service benefits (2 years contract with possible extension)CENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : A 3 year Bachelor’s degree/diploma in the relevant field. A minimum of 5 years experience in project management is required. Experience in managing projects at a national scale will be an advantage. The ideal candidate should be conversant with the public service delivery, transformation and management issues related to the post school sector. A valid driver’s license is required. Knowledge of relevant legislation will be an added advantage. Proficiency in Ms Office Packages, Strategic and Financial Management/Accounting Skills, as well as Communication and Report writing skills.DUTIES : Assist to plan and oversee coordination, monitoring and evaluation of projects in the allocated portfolio. Assist in the management of the framework for funding applications in line with departmental Priorities. Assist in project proposals/business plans’ appraisal and submission. Assist in evaluating the implementation capacities of project implementers. Plan and oversee the effective and efficient utilization of project funds. Plan and oversee project close-out and final evaluation of projects. Manage interface with different stakeholders of the DHET. Set up and maintain a register/database for projects. Assist with submission of reports.ENQUIRIES : Mr D Sebela 012 312 5512POST 08/23 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: OFFICE OF THE CFO REF NO: DHET 19/02/2013SALARY : R236 532 Per annumCENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : A recognised 3-year tertiary qualification with Financial and Auditing subjects A postgraduate qualification and a minimum of 4 years’ Government experience will be strongly recommended. An understanding of Government’s Budgetary and Financial Management processes and accounting practices. Knowledge of King Report III on governance for South Africa. Knowledge of Division of Revenue Act, Skills Development Act, PFMA, Treasury Regulations and relevant legislation. Knowledge of the Public Service Act and Regulations will be an advantage. The ability to effectively communicate with National Treasury, the Auditor-General, public entities as well as local and international donors. The ability to effectively communicate with relevant components, branches and Senior Managers at various levelsDUTIES : Provide assistance regarding the effective application of applicable legislation, regulations and policies. Maintain a compliance monitoring programme to ensure compliance and identify risks in controls and procedure. Assist with the monitoring of the Department’s performance of activities in line with set standards and principles. Assist with finance-related matters under the control of the office. Assist with the co- ordination of strategic planning and reporting processes.ENQUIRIES : Mr D Sebela 012 312 5512POST 08/24 : PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR: GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS REF NO: DHET 10/02/2013SALARY : R160 224 Per annumCENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : A relevant post grade 12 qualification or NCV certificate, including computer training. A minimum of 3 years general employment experience, two of which should have been in rendering administrative and secretarial support. Good verbal and written 17
  18. 18. communication skills at different levels of seniority. Knowledge of the administrative system of the Public Service and in particular, those of the Department of Higher Education and Training. Demonstrated ability to Plan, Manage Time and multi-task. Ability to manage work flow and demonstrate interest in the work of the Directorate as well as readiness to engage with certain aspects of the work of the Directorate. Ability to pay attention to detail, be accurate and thorough. General computer skills, particularly proficiency with Excel, Word, Power Point and Office outlook. Ability to prepare and process financial requisitions including logistical arrangements pertaining to travel. Ability to work with people at different levels, good work-ethic, professionalism, confidentiality and dependability..DUTIES : Manage the Director’s electronic and hardcopy diaries, schedule meetings are quested and set realistic appointments on behalf of the Director; Attend to phone calls, apply good telephone etiquette when receiving and taking calls and direct telephone enquiries accordingly. Do photocopies, send and receive faxes and direct them to the relevant recipients as well as manage filing. Ensure the full function of the telephone, photocopier, fax and scan machine as well as other equipments in your care/control. Facilitate communication between directorate members. Arrange advances, daily allowances, refunds and petty cash. Prepare agenda and any other meeting documentation on behalf of the Director for scheduled staff meetings and other events. Record minutes of all staff meetings in the Directorate and compile action points as per decisions made at meetings and follow up on these in liaison with the Director. Arrange all travel requirements for the Director. Maintain a record book of leave for all staff in the Directorate. Maintain a record book of all staff’s outside meetings in the Directorate; Record all incoming and outgoing official communication documents such as submissions, memos, letters and agreements. Demonstrate a significant degree of patience in dealing with visitors and in attending to calls and queriesENQUIRIES : Mr D Sebela 012 312 5512POST 08/25 : PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO DIRECTOR: SOCIAL INCLUSION AND EQUITY REF NO: DHET 12/02/2013SALARY : R160 224 per annumCENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : A relevant post grade 12 qualification or NCV certificate, including computer training. A minimum of 3 years employment experience in rendering administrative and secretarial support. Knowledge of filing systems, document tracking, storage and retrieval. Competencies needed: Planning and organising skills. Ability to work independently and in a team, interpersonal skills, problem solving skills, typing skills. Communication (written, verbal and liaising) skills. MS Office, Telephone etiquette. Attributes: Confidence, Accuracy, Independence, initiative and ability to work under pressure and be able to cope with a high workload. Be able to work long hours when required.DUTIES : Provide secretarial support to the Director. Answering and screening calls. Receive clients or visitors. Arrange meetings, workshops and appointments and provide administrative support. Manage the Director’s diary. Arrange travelling and accommodation for the Director. Compile and submit travel claims, cell phone claims, subsistence and travel claims. Scan, Fax, Copy, manage and draft correspondence. Take notes, keep minutes of the meetings and do typing for Director. File copies of all documentation. Tracking of documents, typing letters, submissions, memos, reports. Render general secretarial and office support duties. Manage the filing system of the Directorate and retrieval of documents as and when required, render general support to the Directorate.ENQUIRIES : Mr D Sebela 012 312 5512POST 08/26 : PROJECT FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATOR (SENIOR ADMINISTRATION CLERK) REF NO: DHET 18/02/2013 Branch: Chief Financial Officer Chief Directorate: Financial Support Services Directorate: Development SupportSALARY : R108 078 Per annum plus 37% service benefits (2 years contract with possible extension)CENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : The formal qualification for this post is a 3 year Degree/ diploma with Financial Management. Knowledge of PFMA and other relevant government legislation. Advanced Computer Skills/ Written and Verbal Communication Skills/Report Writing 18
  19. 19. Skills/Administration Skills. Knowledge of public service procurement systems would be an advantage.DUTIES : To provide financial and administrative support to projects. Develop a register for approved projects. Monitor and report on projects expenditure to ensure that allocated funds are utilized according to approved project plans. Exercise oversight and ensure that project implementation aligns with the requirements of the DHET: Development Fund approved proposals. Ensure reconciliation of remaining funds when projects close. Prepare the required financial report on DHET Development Fund projects. Recording and tracking of submissions received by and sent out of the project coordination unit. Perform any other duties delegated from time to time in the Directorate.ENQUIRIES : Mr D Sebela 012 312 5512POST 08/27 : SENIOR PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION CLERK (PAYMENT): SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT REF NO: DHET 20/02/2013SALARY : R108 078 Per annumCENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : A Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or NCV certificate coupled with experience in Supply Chain Management / LOGIS and BAS will be an added advantage. Knowledge of SCM and procurement procedures, Public Finance Management Act, Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, Treasury Regulations and Batho Pele Principles. Good communication, computer literacy and BAS and LOGIS.DUTIES : Administration and payment of cellular phones, courier services, DSTV and TV licenses. Check invoices for compliance, correctness and documents before payments are made. Distribute invoices to end-users for authorizations. Compilation of Sundry payment advices and capture payments on BAS and LOGIS. Verify banking details and register invoices on excel spreadsheet. Reconciliation of the accounts at month end. Forward the relevant documents price increases. Send proof of payments to Service providers. Attend to all enquiries from clients both internal and external. Monitor outstanding invoices and ensure compliance with Treasury Regulations 8.2.3. Keep an updated list/inventory of cellular phones and DSTV with the user’s details.ENQUIRIES : Mr D Sebela 012 312 5512POST 08/28 : SENIOR PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION CLERK: PAYMENT: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT REF NO: DHET 21/02/2013SALARY : R108 078 Per annumCENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : A Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or NCV certificate coupled with experience in Supply Chain Management / LOGIS and BAS will be an added advantage. Knowledge of SCM and procurement procedures, Public Finance Management Act, Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, Treasury Regulations and Batho Pele Principles. Good communication, computer literacy and BAS.DUTIES : Administration and payment of conferences and venues Flights, accommodation, car rental and shuttle invoices within 30 days of receipt of invoices (Treasury Regulations 8.2.3). Provides guidance to clients on quotations, obtained by the service provider Act as a coordinator Act as a liaison between the department and Service providers contracted by the department. Check invoices for compliance, correctness and documents before payments are made. Compilation of Sundry payment advices and capture payments on BAS. Reconciliation of the accounts at month end. Send proof of payments to the Service providers. Attend to all enquiries from clients both internal and external.ENQUIRIES : Mr D Sebela 012 312 5512POST 08/29 : SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK: EXPENDITURE REF NO: DHET 22/02/2013 Chief Directorate: Financial and Support Services Directorate: Financial ManagementSALARY : R108 078 Per annumCENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : A senior or NCV certificate with accounting as a passed subject. Requesting of BAS reports when required, Filing of expenditure related documents. Friendlyand trustworthy; Accuracy. Good communication skills internal and external. Preference will be given to persons with experience in government financesDUTIES : The successful candidate will be expected to handle documents and information with strict confidentiality. The responsibilities of the appointee will entail assisting with the 19
  20. 20. clearing of ledger accounts, verification of all requests for payments received for allocation codes and supporting documentation. Capture payments on the BAS system; ensure payments adhere to legislation, government prescripts and departmental policies and procedures; prepare payment advices for certain accounts; perform monthly reconciliation of accounts to ensure that all invoices are paid in time. Perform administrative tasks relating to safeguard of document; attend to queries related to payments.ENQUIRIES : Mr D Sebela 012 312 5512POST 08/30 : SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK: BOOKKEEPING REF NO: DHET 23/02/2013SALARY : R108 078 Per annumCENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : A senior or NCV certificate with accounting as a subject. Good communication internal and external especially with Suppliers and the Office of the Auditor-General. Friendly and trustworthy; Accuracy; Confidence; Ability to work under pressure; Ability to work in a team and independently; Assertiveness; and Self starter.DUTIES : The successful candidate will be expected to handle documents and information with strict confidentiality. Duties include: Capturing of payments and journals; Recordkeeping of all financial information; Batch control management; Liaising with stakeholders on payment enquiries; Ordering of goods for the Directorate.ENQUIRIES : Mr D Sebela 012 312 5512POST 08/31 : SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK: SALARIES 2 POSTS REF NO: DHET 24/02/2013SALARY : R108 078 Per annumCENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : A senior or NCV certificate with accounting as a subject. Colleagues and PERSAL users in the Department as well as all employees within the Department to assist them with salary related enquiries. Good communication internal and external especially with Officials from National Treasury, examiners and moderators, officials from the South African Revenue Service and other institutions.DUTIES : The successful candidate will be expected to handle documents and information with strict confidentiality. Duties include: Capture salary related transactions on PERSAL and BAS for both Departmental officials and examiners and moderators; Capture Local and Foreign travel and subsistence claims; Assist with the payments of salary claims Assist with the distribution of salary pay sheets to all officials; Payments of leave and lump sum salary transactions; Assist with the monthly BAS/PERSAL interface reconciliations; Assist with the posting of item analysis, IRP5’s and salary slips to examiners and moderators; Dealing with Persal enquiries; Filing of Persal and salary related documents. Friendly and trustworthy; Accuracy; Ability to work under pressure; Ability to work in a team and independently.ENQUIRIES : Mr D Sebela 012 312 5512POST 08/32 : SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK: BUDGETING REF NO: DHET 25/02/2013SALARY : R108 078 Per annumCENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : A Senior or NCV certificate with accounting as a passed subject. Preference will be given to the candidate with knowledge in budgeting matters. Good communication internal and external especially with Officials from National Treasury. Experience in government finances is the minimum requirements for appointment to this position.DUTIES : The successful candidate will be expected to handle documents and information with strict confidentiality. The responsibilities of the appointee will entail assisting in the consolidation of budget inputs of the Department, the capturing of budget inputs on the financial system of the Department, assisting in the compilation of budget and expenditure information when required and assisting with the BAS system control functions. Requesting of financial reports when required and filing of budget and cash flow documents of the Department.ENQUIRIES : Mr D Sebela 012 312 5512POST 08/33 : ADVERTISEMENT FOR 2013/14 INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME The Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) invites applications from suitably qualified South African graduates who are currently unemployed to participate in the Internship programme. The programme aims at exposing these graduates to workplace practices in order to obtain work experience and to maximize their chances of being employed. Positions are all based in Pretoria for graduates between the ages of 18 and 35 years for a fixed period of 12 months. Applicants 20
  21. 21. should be graduated youth who are currently unemployed. They must be in possession of an appropriate post school qualification. Applicants should not previously have served as interns in the Public Sector. Graduates from FET Colleges are strongly encouraged to apply, and so are people with disabilities. NB. Indicate the reference number of your field of exposure on your applicationSALARY : Monthly Stipend R5000CENTRE : PretoriaREQUIREMENTS : Human Resource Development/Management(Ref.no: DHET-01); Communications(DHET-02); Financial Management/Planning(DHET-03); Information Technology/Data Management(DHET-04); Educational Research(DHET-05); Academic Planning and Management(DHET-06); Strategic Planning/Management(DHET-07); Legal and Legislative Services (DHET-08); Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation(DHET-09); Social Inclusion in Education (DHET-10); Administration/Management(DHET-11); Project/Programme Management (DHET-12); Auditing/Risk Management (DHET-13); International Relations (DHET-14); Library and Information Science(DHET-15); Labour Relations (DHET-16); Supply Chain Management (DHET-17)ENQUIRIES : Mr. KI Moloisi – 012 312 5192 / Mr. M Rooi – 012 312 5125 21
  22. 22. ANNEXURE F DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS Are 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, aimed at developing a culture of responsiveness and improved service delivery. We are looking for committed, passionate and talentedindividuals to form part of a new leadership team, equipped with 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 - and yourcredentials meet the requirements of any of the following positions - 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 of positions. Candidates whose appointment/transfer/promotion will further the objective of representivity will receive preference.APPLICATIONS : Applications must be sent in time to the correct address as indicated at the bottom of each position, to reach the address on or before the closing date. Applications send to a wrong address and/or received after the closing date or those that do not comply with the requirements, will not be taken into consideration. In the event of hand-delivery of applications, applicants must sign an application register as proof of application. NB. applications must be submitted at the following addresses: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct applications to: The Provincial Manager, The Department of Home Affairs: Gauteng Province: Postal address: Private Bag X108, Braamfontein, 2017, Physical address: Cnr De Beer and De Korte Street, Braamfontein, 2017 KwaZulu-Natal Province: Postal address: Private Bag X 09, Scottville, Pietermaritzburg, 3209, Physical address: 181 Church Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3201 Mpumalanga province: Postal Address: Private Bag X11264, Nelspruit, 1200, Physical Address: 16 Nel Street, Bateleur Building 16, Second Floor, Nelspruit, 1200 North West Province: Postal address: Private Bag X 119, Mafikeng, 2735, Physical address: Cnr Sheppard and Carrington Street, Mafikeng, 2745 Northern Cape Province: Postal Address: Private Bag X6073, Kimberley, 8300, nd Physical Address: 69 Du Toit Span Road, ABSA CBD Building, 2 Floor, Kimberley, 8300 Western Cape Province: Postal address: Private Bag X 9103, Cape Town, 8000, Physical Address: Faircape Building, 4th Floor, 56 Barrack Street, Cape Town, 8001 Limpopo Province: Postal Address: Private Bag X9517, Polokwane, 0699, Physical Address: 89 Biccard Street, Polokwane, 0700 Free State: Postal address: P.O Box 12262, Brandhof, 9324, Physical address: 40 Victoria Road, Willows, Bloemfontein Eastern Cape Province: Postal address: Private Bag X 7413, King Williams Town, 5600, Physical address: 11 Hargreaves Avenue, King William’s Town, 5600CLOSING DATE : 8 March 2013NOTE : 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 the details of at least two contactable referees (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 Qualifications Authority. Where a valid driver’s licence is a requirement, applicants must attach certified copies of such licences. No faxes or e-mailed applications will be considered. If no contact is made within three months of the closing date, please accept that the application was unsuccessful. Successful candidates will be required to enter into a performance agreement and be subjected to security clearance procedures. Successful candidates may be required to undergo a competency assessment. Candidates who possess tertiary qualification, as well as those who promote representivity (especially Persons with Disabilities), will receive preference OTHER POSTSPOST 08/34 : LOCAL OFFICE MANAGER 5 POSTSSALARY : Basic Salary of R236 532-R285 729 per annum (Level 9). In addition to the stated salary, DHA offers a range of market related service benefits. 22

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