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					DATE OF ISSUE: 28 AUGUST 2009

TO ALL HEADS OF NATIONAL DEPARTMENTS/PROVINCIAL                              ADMINISTRATIONS/        PROVINCIAL
DEPARTMENTS/GOVERNMENT COMPONENTS

PUBLIC SERVICE VACANCY CIRCULAR NO 34 OF 2009

1.   Introduction

     1.1   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.

     1.2   As regards the latter issue, Departments/Provincial Administrations and Government Components are
           called upon to give preference in 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, skills,
           competencies, knowledge and experience (on a separate sheet if necessary or a CV) should be
           forwarded to the 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 Department/Provincial Administration/Government Component where the vacancy exists.

     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 Department/Provincial
           Administration /Government Component).

3.   Directions to Departments/Provincial Administrations/Government Components

     3.1   The contents of this Circular must be brought to the attention of all employees.

     3.2   Special attempts must be made to ensure that excess employees 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 Departments/Provincial Administrations/Government Components in which vacancies
     exist

     4.1   In respect of vacancies that 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. The
           advertisements of such vacancies should state that it is intended to promote representativeness through
           the filing of the vacancy and that the candidature of persons whose transfer/promotion/appointment will
           promote representativeness, will receive preference.

     4.2   The selection of candidates should be done with due regard to the relevant measures contained in
           Chapter 1, Part VII. D of the Public Service Regulations, 2001.

CLOSING DATE               :      Except where otherwise stated, the closing date for all the posts advertised in
                                  this Circular is 28 SEPTEMBER 2009

AMENDMENT                  :      National Department of Minerals Resources: Kindly note that the post that
                                  was advertised on Circular 33, Post 33/06 with the title Energy Licensing Officer
                                  (Witbank) should be two posts, one for Witbank and one for Durban and the post
                                  of Environmental Officer which was advertised on Circular No 33, Post 33/20 has
                                  been withdrawn.
                                  INDEX
                          NATIONAL DEPARTMENTS

          NATIONAL DEPARTMENT                      ANNEXURE   PAGES
  AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES                 A       03 – 08
                DEFENCE                               B         09
               EDUCATION                              C         10
   ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS AND TOURISM                  D       11 – 12
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE PENSION FUND (GEPF)               E         13
          HUMAN SETTLEMENTS                           F       14 – 20
JUSTICE AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT                G       21 – 31
                LABOUR                                H         32
          MINERALS RESOURCES                          I         33
 OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION              J       34 – 35
  RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND LAND REFORM                   K         36
          SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT                          L       37 – 38
        STATISTICS SOUTH AFRICA                       M         39

                      PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATIONS

       PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION                   ANNEXURE   PAGES
             EASTERN CAPE                             N       40 – 41
               FREE STATE                             O         42
                GAUTENG                               P       43 – 50
             KWAZULU-NATAL                            Q       51 – 58
              MPUMALANGA                              R       59 – 60
             WESTERN CAPE                             S       61 - 62




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                                                                                                       ANNEXURE A

                        DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES
It is the Department’s intention to promote equity through the filling of all numeric targets as contained in the
 Employment Equity Plan. To facilitate this process successfully, an indication of race, gender and disability
                                              status is required.

APPLICATIONS                :     Ultimate Recruitment Solutions (URS) Response Handling, P.O. Box 11506,
                                  Tierpoort, 0056 or phone (012) 811 9909/10
FOR ATTENTION               :     URS Response Handling
CLOSING DATE                :     4 September 2009
NOTE                        :     Applications must be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service
                                  Department or on the internet at www.gov.za/documents. The completed and
                                  signed form Z83 should be accompanied by a recently updated, comprehensive
                                  CV as well as copies of all qualification(s) and ID-document [Driver’s licence
                                  where applicable]. Non-RSA Citizens/Permanent Resident Permit Holders must
                                  attach a copy of their Permanent Residence Permits to their applications. Should
                                  you be in possession of a foreign qualification, it must be accompanied by an
                                  evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA).
                                  Applicants who do not comply with the above-mentioned requirements, as well
                                  as applications received late, will not be considered. The Department does not
                                  accept applications via fax or email. Failure to submit all the requested
                                  documents will result in the application not being considered. Correspondence
                                  will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted
                                  within three (3) months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept
                                  that your application was unsuccessful. Suitable candidates will be subjected to a
                                  personnel suitability check (criminal record, citizenship, credit record checks,
                                  qualification verification and employment verification). Where applicable,
                                  candidates will be subjected to a skills/knowledge test. Successful candidates will
                                  be appointed on a probation period of 12 months. The Department reserves the
                                  right not to make any appointment(s) to the above post.

                                                 OTHER POSTS

POST 34/01                  :     DEPUTY DIRECTOR: AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS (REF 271/2009)
                                  Directorate: Economic Services

SALARY                      :     All inclusive package of R407 745 per annum
CENTRE                      :     Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS                :     Applicants should be in possession of a B.Sc. Agric, B.Com (Hons), B. Agric
                                  (Hons) or B. Inst Agrar (Hons) PLUS a Master’s degree in Agricultural Economics
                                  or Economics (you are required to furnish a credit certificate and/or a statement
                                  of results). Sufficient experience in applied agricultural economic analysis.
                                  Knowledge and experience in the use of methodologies and analytical
                                  techniques in agricultural economic analysis as well as related computer
                                  programmes (MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Outlook and Internet).
                                  Good written and verbal communication skills. Valid Code B driver’s licence.
DUTIES                      :     The incumbent will be responsible to head and lead a sub-directorate involved in
                                  economic research and advice on the availability, distribution, utilisation, quality,
                                  productivity and remuneration of agricultural resources (land, water, human
                                  resources, capital and intermediate inputs). The national co-ordination of the
                                  establishment and implementation of national standards, (e.g. information
                                  systems, methodologies and analytical tools) in the division’s field of
                                  responsibility. Specific duties are: Giving direction and co-ordinating the
                                  development of the annual work plan of the sub-directorate. Overall supervision
                                  of the execution and quality of work and final reports of the sub-directorate.
                                  Continuous in-depth study/research of local, regional and international
                                  developments/patterns/trends in the agricultural economy. Management of the
                                  analysis/identification of local, regional and international economic
                                  questions/challenges. Management of the application, adaptation and/or
                                  development of models in order to reflect the current situation and/or
                                  forecast/project possible scenarios. Management of the monitoring, evaluation
                                  and impact assessment of policies. Compilation of reports. External
                                  representation of the directorate/department. Responsibility for the personnel and
                                  financial management of the sub-directorate. Submission of prescribed progress
                                  reports.
ENQUIRIES                   :     Mr R. Dredge, Tel. 012 319 6507
NOTE                        :     Preference will be given to candidates with appropriate post graduate
                                  qualifications in Agricultural Economics, experience in agricultural economics
                                  analysis in the field of resource economics as well as management of agricultural



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                   economic research programmes and resources. The directorate is aiming for an
                   appointment that will enhance representivity.

POST 34/02     :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS (REF 270/2009)
                   Directorate: Economic Services

SALARY         :   All inclusive package of R407 745 per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Applicants should be in possession of a B.Sc. degree or equivalent qualification
                   PLUS a Master’s degree in Agricultural Economics or Economics (you are
                   required to furnish a credit certificate and/or a statement of results). Appropriate
                   experience in applied economics analysis. Knowledge and experience in the use
                   of methodologies and analytical techniques in economic analysis as well as
                   related computer programmes. (MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS
                   Outlook and Internet). Good written and verbal communication skills. Valid Code
                   B driver’s licence.
DUTIES         :   The incumbent will be responsible to head and lead a sub-directorate involved in
                   research and advice on the economic performance of the agricultural sector and
                   its industries as well as the impact of the external environment on its
                   performance. The national co-ordination of the establishment and implementation
                   of national standards (e.g. information systems, methodologies and analytical
                   tools) in the division’s field of responsibility. Specific duties are: Giving direction
                   and co-ordinating the development of the annual work plan of the sub-
                   directorate. Overall supervision of the execution and quality of work and final
                   reports of the sub-directorate. Continuous in-depth study/research of local,
                   regional and international developments/patterns/trends in the agricultural
                   economy. Management of the analysis/identification of local, regional and
                   international economic questions/challenges. Management of the application,
                   adaptation and/or development of models in order to reflect the current situation
                   and/or forecast/project possible scenarios. Management of monitoring,
                   evaluation and impact assessment of policies. Compilation of reports. External
                   representation of the directorate/department. Responsibility for the personnel and
                   financial management of the sub-directorate. Submission of prescribed progress
                   reports.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr R. Dredge, Tel. 012 319 6507
NOTE           :   Preference will be given to candidates in the Public Services that will enhance
                   representivity, with appropriate post graduate qualifications, experience in
                   economic analysis relating to the agricultural sector and/or management of
                   economic research programmes and resources.

POST 34/03     :   AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT ADVISOR (REF 289/2009)
                   Directorate: Food Safety and Quality Assurance

SALARY         :   R344 052 per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Applicants should be in possession of a M.Sc. degree (organic chemistry/
                   biochemistry/ physiology) (you are required to furnish a credit certificate and/or
                   statement of results). Demonstrate high-level analytical skills, expertise and
                   experience in the interpretation of scientific information with particular emphases
                   on evaluation of agrochemical and therapeutic drug (animals) safety, preferably
                   in the context of regulatory environment. Ability to design and evaluate product
                   safety trails/test. Ability to research and work independently, managing a portfolio
                   of to meet deadlines. Demonstrated capacity in representing an organization,
                   including well develop liaison, negotiation and communication skills. Sound
                   computer skills in MS Word, MS Excel. Demonstrated high standard of written
                   communication and ability to prepare and present complex reports. Be in
                   possession of code EB driver’s licence or must be obtained within three months
                   after date of appointment
DUTIES         :   The incumbent will be responsible to evaluate and review application for the
                   registration of agrochemicals and therapeutic drugs (animals) with particular
                   emphases on the safety of these products. Ensure that product safety trails/test
                   are designed, conducted and interpreted in a sound manner. Prepare and
                   present evaluation reports. Assist in the management of product evaluation and
                   reviews by contributing to the screening process, evaluation of products and
                   quality control data, including providing advice to team members, Registrar, Act
                   No. 36 of 1947 and other staff on technical and professional matters. Assist in the
                   development of development of new policies, programs and processes relating
                   registration of agrochemicals and therapeutic drugs (animals), including the
                   preparation of guidelines, manuals and scientific and technical reports on the
                   regulation and use of these products. Represent the Directorate on technical and



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                   professional matters including liaison with industry, government agencies and
                   other areas of the Directorates on matters associated with toxicological aspects
                   of agrochemicals and therapeutic drugs (animals). Provide advice to industry,
                   government and other stakeholders as required.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr J.M. Mudzunga, Tel. 012 319 7303
NOTE           :   The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries welcomes persons with
                   physical disability to apply. Candidates will be subjects to skills/knowledge test.

POST 34/04     :   AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT ADVISOR (REF 297/2009)
                   Directorate: Food Safety and Quality Assurance

SALARY         :   R344 052 per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Applicants should be in possession of a B.Sc. degree in Chemistry (you are
                   required to furnish a credit certificate and/or statement of results), and a B.Sc.
                   Honours degree. Demonstrate high-level analytical skills, expertise and
                   experience in the interpretation of scientific information with particular emphases
                   on chemistry, manufacturing and quality control aspects, preferably in the context
                   of regulatory environment. Ability to research and work independently, managing
                   a portfolio of tasks to meet deadlines. Demonstrated capacity in representing an
                   organization, including well develop liaison, negotiation and communication skills.
                   Sound computer skills in MS Word, MS Excel. Demonstrated high standard of
                   written communication and ability to prepare and present complex reports. Be in
                   possession of code EB driver’s licence or must be obtained within three months
                   after date of appointment
DUTIES         :   The incumbent will be responsible to evaluate and review application for the
                   registration of agrochemicals with particular emphases on the chemistry
                   manufacturing and quality control of these products. Prepare and present
                   evaluation reports. Assist in the management of the chemistry evaluation and
                   reviews by contributing to the screening process, evaluation of chemistry and
                   quality control data, including providing advice to team members, Registrar, Act
                   No. 36 of 1947 and other staff on technical and professional matters. Assist in the
                   development of development of new policies, programs and processes relating
                   registration of agrochemicals, including the preparation of guidelines, manuals
                   and scientific and technical reports on the regulation and use of agrochemicals.
                   Represent the Directorate on technical and professional matters including liaison
                   with industry, government agencies and other areas of the Directorates on
                   matters associated with chemistry aspects of agrochemicals products. Provision
                   of advice to industry, government and other stakeholders as required.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr J.M. Mudzunga, Tel. 012 319 7303
NOTE           :   The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries welcomes persons with
                   physical disability to apply. Candidates will be subjects to skills/knowledge test.

POST 34/05     :   AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT ADVISOR (REF 287/2009)
                   Directorate: Food Safety and Quality Assurance

SALARY         :   R 344 052 per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Applicants should be in possession of a M. Pharmacology degree (you are
                   required to furnish a credit certificate and/or statement of results). Demonstrate
                   high-level analytical skills, expertise and experience in the interpretation of
                   scientific information with particular emphases on pharmacology, manufacturing
                   and quality control aspects, preferably in the context of regulatory environment.
                   Ability to research and work independently, managing a portfolio of tasks to meet
                   deadlines. Demonstrated capacity in representing an organization, including well
                   develop liaison, negotiation and communication skills. Sound computer skills in
                   MS Word, MS Excel. Demonstrated high standard of written communication and
                   ability to prepare and present complex reports. Be in possession of code EB
                   driver’s licence or must be obtained within three months after date of
                   appointment
DUTIES         :   The incumbent will be responsible to evaluate and review application for the
                   registration of stock remedies with particular emphases on the pharmacology
                   manufacturing and quality control of these products. Prepare and present
                   evaluation reports. Assist in the management of the product evaluation and
                   reviews by contributing to the screening process, evaluation of chemistry and
                   quality control data, including providing advice to team members, Registrar, Act
                   No. 36 of 1947 and other staff on technical and professional matters. Assist in the
                   development of development of new policies, programs and processes relating
                   registration of stock remedies, including the preparation of guidelines, manuals
                   and scientific and technical reports on the regulation and use of stock remedies.



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                   Represent the Directorate on technical and professional matters including liaison
                   with industry, government agencies and other areas of the Directorates on
                   matters associated with stock remedies. Provide advice to industry, government
                   and other stakeholders as required.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr J.M. Mudzunga, Tel. 012 319 7303
NOTE           :   The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries welcomes persons with
                   physical disability to apply. Candidates will be subjects to skills/knowledge test.

POST 34/06     :   AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT ADVISOR (REF 298/2009)
                   Directorate: Food Safety and Quality Assurance

SALARY         :   R 344 052 per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Applicants should be in possession of a M.Sc. degree in Agriculture or Soil
                   Science (you are required to furnish a credit certificate and/or statement of
                   results). Demonstrate high-level analytical skills, expertise and experience in the
                   interpretation of scientific information with particular emphases on plant nutrition,
                   manufacturing, quality control and application of fertilizers, preferably in the
                   context of regulatory environment. Demonstrated capacity in representing an
                   organization, including well develop liaison, negotiation and communication skills.
                   Sound computer skills in MS Word, MS Excel. Demonstrated high standard of
                   written communication and ability to prepare and present complex reports. Be in
                   possession of code EB driver’s licence or must be obtained within three months
                   after date of appointment.
DUTIES         :   The incumbent will be responsible to evaluate and review application for the
                   registration of fertilizers with particular emphases on the manufacturing, quality
                   control and application of these products. Prepare and present evaluation
                   reports. Assist in the management of evaluation and reviews by contributing to
                   the screening process, evaluation of products and quality control data, including
                   providing advice to team members, Registrar, Act No. 36 of 1947 and other staff
                   on technical and professional matters. Assist in the development of development
                   of new policies, programs and processes relating registration of agrochemicals
                   and therapeutic drugs (animals), including the preparation of guidelines, manuals
                   and scientific and technical reports on the regulation and use of these products.
                   Represent the Directorate on technical and professional matters including liaison
                   with industry, government agencies and other areas of the Directorates on
                   matters associated with toxicological aspects of agrochemicals and therapeutic
                   drugs (animals). Provide advice to industry, government and other stakeholders
                   as required.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr J.M. Mudzunga, Tel. 012 319 7303
NOTE           :   The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries welcomes persons with
                   physical disability to apply. Candidates will be subjects to skills/knowledge test.

POST 34/07     :   AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT ADVISOR (REF 290/2009)
                   Directorate: Food Safety and Quality Assurance

SALARY         :   R344 052 per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Applicants should be in possession of a M.Sc. degree in Animal Science/Nutrition
                   (you are required to furnish a credit certificate and/or statement of results).
                   Demonstrate high-level analytical skills, expertise and experience in the
                   interpretation of scientific information with particular emphases on animal
                   nutrition; manufacturing, quality control and use of animal feeds; preferably in the
                   context of a regulatory environment. Ability to research and work independently,
                   managing a portfolio of to meet deadlines. Demonstrated capacity in representing
                   an organization, including well develop liaison, negotiation and communication
                   skills. Sound computer skills in MS Word, MS Excel. Demonstrated high standard
                   of written communication and ability to prepare and present complex reports. Be
                   in possession of code EB driver’s licence or must be obtained within three
                   months after date of appointment
DUTIES         :   The incumbent will be responsible to evaluate and review application for the
                   registration of animal feeds with particular emphases on the manufacturing,
                   quality control and use of these products. Prepare and present evaluation
                   reports. Assist in the management of product evaluation and reviews by
                   contributing to the screening process, evaluation of products and quality control
                   data, including providing advice to team members, Registrar, Act No. 36 of 1947
                   and other staff on technical and professional matters. Assist in the development
                   of development of new policies, programs and processes relating registration of
                   animal feeds, including the preparation of guidelines, manuals and scientific and
                   technical reports on the regulation and use of animal feeds. Represent the



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                   Directorate on technical and professional matters including liaison with industry,
                   government agencies and other areas of the Directorates on matters associated
                   with animal feeds. Provide advice to industry, government and other stakeholders
                   as required.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr J.M. Mudzunga, Tel. 012 319 7303
NOTE           :   The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries welcomes persons with
                   physical disability to apply. Candidates will be subjects to skills/knowledge test.

POST 34/08     :   PLANT HEALTH OFFICER (REF 296/2009)
                   Directorate: Plant Health

SALARY         :   R117 501 per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Applicants should be in possession of a B.Sc. degree with Entomology, Zoology,
                   Plant Pathology or Plant Protection as major subjects. (you are required to
                   furnish a credit certificate and/or statement of results) Knowledge of the
                   Agricultural Pests Act, 1983 (Act No. 36 of 1983). Knowledge of international
                   phytosanitary standards and principles as set by the International Plant
                   Protection Convention (IPPC), including subject matter on pest status in an area
                   and pest free areas / places and sites of production. Knowledge of the World
                   Trade Organisation’s Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement (WTO SPS). Good
                   knowledge of taxonomy, biology, epidemiology of pests and pest control
                   measures. Good verbal and written communication skills. Proven computer
                   literacy MS Office (MS Word, Excel and MS Access). A valid code EB driver’s
                   licence.
DUTIES         :   The incumbent will be responsible to implement the Agricultural Pests Act (Act 36
                   of 1983) in terms of the WTO SPS agreement. Develop early warnings systems
                   for quarantine pests according to the standards set by the IPPC. Develop
                   disaster management and contingency plans against the outbreak of disastrous
                   pests. Coordinate and manage surveillance, containment and eradication
                   programmes of quarantine pests. Ensure data capturing and maintenance of
                   centralised data with regard to Early Warning Systems programs. Ensure proper
                   awareness regarding quarantine pests targeted in early warning systems.
                   Develop proper working agreements and partnership between all possible
                   stakeholders for specific programs. Ensure pest information dissemination
                   between stakeholders.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr J.H. Venter, Tel. 012 319 6384

POST 34/09     :   ADMINISTRATION CLERK GRADE II (2 POSTS) (REF 288/2009)
                   Directorate: Agricultural Product Inspection Services

SALARY         :   R76 194 per annum
CENTRE         :   Cape Town
REQUIREMENTS   :   Applicants should be in possession of a Grade 12 certificate with appropriate and
                   sufficient experience. Must have good communication skills. Knowledge of
                   Departmental financial instructions and policies. Ability to maintain good record
                   system. Good interpersonal relations and ability to operate the Switch board. The
                   ability to work in a professional and friendly way with personnel and clients. The
                   ability to compile documents e.g. reports and minutes. Knowledge of
                   Departmental procedures, namely finances, goods and services and asset
                   control. Computer literacy (Ms Word, Ms Excel and PowerPoint).
DUTIES         :   The incumbent will be responsible for compiling of documents, record keeping
                   and distribution of information / documents with regard to the line function,
                   human resources management, financial management, transport, supply chain
                   management, asset control and general office administration. Ensure the
                   safekeeping and recording of Phytosanitary certificates, import permits.
                   Maintaining accurate expenditure records. Perform secretarial functions i.e.
                   arranging meetings, workshops, travel and accommodation. Update and maintain
                   inventory records of the Directorate. General administrative tasks.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr T. Delport, Tel. 021 421 2108

POST 34/10     :   ACCOUNTING CLERK (REF 293/2009)
                   Directorate: Financial Administration

SALARY         :   R64 410 per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Applicants should be in possession of a Grade 12 certificate with Accounting as a
                   passed subject. (Accounting as a passed subject towards obtaining of a degree
                   or diploma will also be acceptable). Computer literacy (Excel spreadsheet).




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                   Sound interpersonal and communication skills. Problem solving skills, ability to
                   meet deadlines and to accept responsibility.
DUTIES         :   The incumbent will be responsible for capturing PERSAL deductions, allowance
                   and all salary related transactions. Administer, reconcile and maintain salary
                   ledger accounts. Distribution of salary advices and salary reports, as well as the
                   subsequent follow up work. Reconciliation of salary records. Administration of
                   Garnish orders and distribution of monthly statements. Payment of periodical
                   workers and fuel claims pertaining to subsidized vehicles. Administration of leave
                   without pay. Administrate service terminations, transfers to and from the
                   department and new appointments. Handling of salary enquiries.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms A. Willms, Tel. 012 319 6929

POST 34/11     :   ACCOUNTING CLERK (REF 294/2009)
                   Directorate: Financial Administration

SALARY         :   R64 410 per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Applicants should be in possession of a Grade 12 certificate with Accounting as a
                   passed subject. (Accounting as a passed subject towards obtaining of a degree
                   or diploma will also be acceptable). Knowledge and experience of subsistence
                   and transport advances and claims and experience on PERSAL and BAS.
                   Computer literacy (Ms Word and Excel). Good interpersonal, verbal and writing
                   skills to communicate with clients. Be able to work under pressure and meet
                   deadlines. Be able to accept responsibilities.
DUTIES         :   The incumbent will be responsible to verify subsistence and transport advances
                   and claims. Capturing of the transactions on PERSAL and BAS. Handle
                   subsistence and transport enquiries. Administer the subsistence and transport
                   advances and claims (including filing).
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr V.K. Nkosi, Tel. 012 319 6602
NOTE           :   Candidate will be subjected to a skills and knowledge test.

POST 34/12     :   REGISTRY CLERK (REF 292/2009)
                   Directorate: Agricultural Disaster Management

SALARY         :   R64 410 per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Applicants should be in possession of a Grade 12 certificate and applicable
                   relevant experience. Good communication, writing, problem solving, planning,
                   interpersonal relations and secretarial skills. Fluent in English. The ability to worn
                   in a professional and friendly way with personnel and clients. Computer literacy
                   (Ms Office, Excel and PowerPoint). Knowledge of Departmental financial,
                   transport, supply chain, filing and asset management procedures as well as
                   related administration functions. A valid code B driver’s licence.
DUTIES         :   The incumbent will be responsible to administer the data base for the ADM which
                   entails collect and collate data from various sources, capture/recapture/import the
                   data, arrange/manipulate the data and generate reports. Identify trends from the
                   data. Provide assistance and advice to stakeholders (DAFF staff, PDA’s,
                   Organised Agriculture, Academics and Research Institutions, etc. Liaise with
                   PDA’s disaster units for data coordination. Participate in research activities and
                   record research finding including archiving of all records for safe keepings.
                   Render administrative support to Post Recovery and Rehabilitation, Policy and
                   Information Unit and stakeholders. Handle and maintain mail according to
                   Treasury and Archive Instructions. Assist with the filing of documents. Handling
                   and maintaining files and filing cabinets. Responsible for disposal of directorate’s
                   files. Messenger services for the directorate.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms M.M. Pitso, Tel. 012 319 7269

POST 34/13     :   GENERAL WORKER: MIGRATORY PESTS (REF 299/2009)
                   Directorate: Land Use and Soil Management

SALARY         :   R47 787 per annum
CENTRE         :   De Aar
REQUIREMENTS   :   Applicants should be able to read and write. Must be physically fit for the loading
                   of pesticides and equipment.
DUTIES         :   The incumbent will be responsible to assist in repairing of locust control
                   equipment. For on and off loading of pesticides and spray equipment. Refuelling
                   of helicopter during Blackfly control. To get into rivers to assist migratory
                   inspectors during Blackfly monitoring. Cleaning of working environment.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr G.N.J. Greyvenstein, Tel. 053 631 3621




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                                                                                         ANNEXURE B

                          DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE

APPLICATIONS   :   Department of Defence, Logistic Support Formation, Private Bag X1023,
                   Lyttelton, 0140.
CLOSING DATE   :   28 September 2009 (Applications received after the closing date and faxed
                   copies will not be considered).
NOTE           :   Applications must be submitted on the prescribed form Z83 (obtainable from any
                   Public Service Department office), which must be originally signed and dated by
                   the applicant and which must be accompanied by a detailed CV and certified
                   copies of original educational qualification certificates and ID document. 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. In filling vacant posts the objectives of
                   section 195 (1) (I) of the Constitution of SA, 1996 (Act 108 of 1996) must be
                   adhered to. The staffing policy of the Department of Defence (i.e. C PERS/DODI
                   8/99) and content of letter HR SUP CEN/(PSAP)/R/102/1/4/ DD 01 Aug 02 must
                   be taken into account. Preference will be given to personnel declared in excess
                   to fill the post(s). Excess status to be indicated on Z83, Applicants who do not
                   receive confirmation or feedback within 2 (two) months (from the closing date)
                   must accept that their applications were unsuccessful. Due to the large volume of
                   applications to be processed, receipt of applications will not be acknowledged.
                   For more information on the job description(s) please contact the person
                   indicated in the post details.

                                   OTHER POST

POST 34/14     :   SENIOR ARTISAN (A GROUP) (CARPENTER) (USAGE 1342)

SALARY         :   R94 326 per annum
CENTRE         :   Log Support Formation, DOD Ammunition Depot & School of Ammunition, De
                   Aar.
REQUIREMENTS   :   * Trade Test in terms of section 13(2) (h) of the Manpower Training Act or
                   Certificate in terms of section 28 or 30 (or the repealed section 27 of the said Act)
                   or Standardised departmental test. NTC 3 (or equivalent certificate). Experience
                   in a carpentry environment will be an advantage. Special requirements (skills
                   needed): Problem solving-, initiative- and inter-personal relations skills. Ability to
                   communicate effectively.         Must be physical healthy. Note: *Statutory
                   requirements apply.
DUTIES         :   Perform carpentry functions. Maintain equipment.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms S.H. Smith, (012) 671-0027.




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                                                                                      ANNEXURE C

                        DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

APPLICATIONS   :   Please forward your application, quoting the reference number to: The Director
                   General, Department of Education, Private Bag X895, Pretoria, 0001 or hand
                   deliver to: Sol Plaatje House, 123 Schoeman street, Pretoria.
CLOSING DATE   :   23 September 2009, (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
                                                            st
                   copies of qualifications. NB as of 1 July 2006, all new appointments in the
                   Public Service have to be part of the Government Employee Medical Scheme
                   (GEMS) in order to qualify for a Government medical subsidy. Correspondence
                   will only be entered into with short-listed applicants

                                 OTHER POSTS

POST 34/15     :   ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER: TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT (REF K51288/1)
                   Branch: Administration
                   Directorate: Logistical Services

SALARY         :   R117 501 per annum
REQUIREMENTS   :   A recognized three year Degree/Diploma with relevant experience in public
                   service transport management. Knowledge of public service transport legislation
                   including circular no 4 of 2000. Must have good interpersonal relations and be
                   able to work under pressure. Knowledge of the Government Financial System
                   (BAS) Public Finance Management Act as well as Treasury Regulations,
                   computer literacy and good interpersonal and communication (written and verbal)
                   skills. A valid driver’s license will be an added advantage.
DUTIES         :   The incumbent of the post will be responsible for the following responsibilities.
                   Management and maintenance of Departmental and Government Garage
                   vehicles. Administration of licensing of departmental vehicles. Co-ordinate
                   maintenance and repair services as well as bookings with Government Garage
                   for departmental officials. Issuing and receiving vehicles and conducting periodic
                   inspections. Balancing log-sheet on a monthly basis. Completion of monthly
                   reports. Supervise subordinate. Evaluate and assess subordinates on quarterly
                   basis as required by the PMDS. Liaise with other institutions like the Wesbank
                   and service providers for repairs and maintenance of vehicles.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms N Sathege Tel 012 312 5038
NOTE           :   Interviewed candidates will be subjected to a competency assessment.

POST 34/16     :   ADMINISTRATION CLERK GRADE I (15 POSTS) (REF 51288/2)
                   Branch: Further Education and Training
                   Directorate: FET Examinations and Assessment (Schools)

SALARY         :   R 47 787 per annum
REQUIREMENTS   :   To be eligible for appointment an individual must be in possession of a Grade 12
                   certificate. Experience in examination administration and familiar with working in
                   a high security conscious environment will be a prerequisite for appointment.
                   Experience of working in a high volume digital copier print room and familiar with
                   the online plastic sealing of documents will be in a recommendation. General
                   administration and performing physical duties. The candidate must be able to
                   work under pressure in meeting challenging deadlines. Excellent interpersonal,
                   communication and administrative skills. A valid code B driver’s license will be an
                   added advantage
DUTIES         :   The successful candidates will be responsible for the operation and assistance of
                   high speed copiers and an online plastic wrapping machine. This will include the
                   printing of documents, collection of printing paper from the store room, storage of
                   documents in designated shelves, movement of documents to and from the
                   packing machine, packing and prepare for the distribution of documents,
                   receiving and controlling of marked examination answer books, maintain a filling
                   system to file and retrieve answer books. Travel to the colleges to collect marked
                   exam scripts.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms N Sathege Tel 012 312 5038
NOTE           :   Interviewed candidates will be subjected to a competency assessment.




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                                                                                                       ANNEXURE D

                          DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS AND TOURISM
  The National Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism is an equal opportunity, affirmative action
employer. It is our intention to promote representivity (race, gender and disability) in the Department through
 the filling of this post and candidates whose appointment / transfer will promote representivity will receive
                                                 preference.

NOTE                       :      Applications must be submitted on a Z83 form and should be accompanied by all
                                  required certified (in the last 12 months) copies of qualifications, Identity
                                  Document, Proof of Citizenship if not RSA Citizen, a compréhensive CV including
                                  three (3) contactable reference persons, it is the applicant’s responsibility to have
                                  foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority
                                  (SAQA). Correspondence will be limited to successful candidates only. If you
                                  have not been contacted within 3 months after the closing date of this
                                  advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

                                                 OTHER POSTS

POST 34/17                 :      ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT (MCM 57/2009)

SALARY                     :      R217 482 per annum (Inclusive package of R 295 978 per annum)
CENTRE                     :      Cape Town
REQUIREMENTS               :      Minimum; A recognized three year qualification in a Human Resource related
                                  field (or an equivalent NQF Level 6) or extensive experience in the Human
                                  Resource Management field including Performance Management. Valid
                                  unendorsed driver’s licence and the willingness to travel both locally and
                                  nationally, good interpersonal relations, planning, organizing, innovation and
                                  communication skills, proficiency in Excel, GroupWise, PowerPoint, Word; above
                                  average knowledge of the system of Performance Management in the Public
                                  Service. Good administrative, financial and project management experience.
                                  Sound workable knowledge of PERSAL. Recommendations: Creative thinking
                                  Conflict and negotiation skills. High level of communication skills (both verbal and
                                  written. Presentation skills, Ability to work independently
DUTIES                     :      Effective and efficient management of the Performance Management System in
                                  the Department. The effective and efficient management of probations. Provide
                                  training and information sessions on the departmental PMDS. Provide an
                                  effective advisory service to line management on the handling of poor
                                  performance. The effective and efficient administering of grievances and disputes
                                  relating to performance management, Co-ordination and administration of
                                  moderation committees, Maintenance of the performance management
                                  database. Contribute to the development, review and maintenance of the
                                  departmental PMDS policy.
ENQUIRIES                  :      Mr A Frans Tel (021) 402 3010
APPLICATIONS               :      The Deputy Director-General: Marine and Coastal Management, Department of
                                  Environmental Affairs and Tourism, Private Bag x 2, Roggebaai, 8012.
FOR ATTENTION              :      HR Registry: Integrated Human Resources
CLOSING DATE               :      Monday, 7 September 2009
NOTE                       :      Preference will be given to the appointment of African & Coloured (Males &
                                  Females) and people with disability to enhance representivity. Short-listed
                                  candidates will be subjected to screening and security vetting to determine the
                                  suitability of a person for employment.

POST 34/18                 :      ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:            CREDITORS,       TRAVEL      AND     SUBSISTANCE
                                  (AP537/2009)

SALARY                     :      R217 482 per annum [Total package R295 978 p.a.]
CENTRE                     :      Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS               :      An appropriate recognized degree or national diploma in Accounting or an
                                  equivalent NQF6 qualification together with thorough knowledge of financial
                                  accounting. Good financial management skills, Planning and organizing skills,
                                  Problem solving skills, Good communication (written and verbal) skills. Candidate
                                  must have sound knowledge of the PERSAL system, Basic Accounting System
                                  (BAS) and LOGIS Procurement Integration system. Skills in Public Service
                                  Finance, Numeracy, Computer literacy and Accuracy. Good knowledge of
                                  Treasury Regulations and Public Finance Management Act. Self-starter, able to
                                  work independently without compromising team results.
DUTIES                     :      Assist in compiling notes to the Annual Financial Statements. Manage the
                                  creditor section and travel and subsistence section. Manage monthly
                                  departmental claims received from Department of International Relations and



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                    Cooperation. Maintain Telkom register and clearing of Telkom exceptions
                    weekly. Development and implementation of financial management polices.
                    Develop and manage staff to ensure that the section has the capacity to carry out
                    its functions.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms A Griesel Tel No: (012) 310-3479
APPLICATIONS    :   To the Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism,
                    Private Bag x 447, Pretoria, 0001.
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms N Sebola Fax: 012 322-2682
CLOSING DATE    :   11 September 2009

POST 34/19      :   CHIEF ACCOUNTING CLERK: SALARIES (AP538/2009)

SALARY          :   R117 501 per annum. (Total package R174 668)
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   Senior certificate or equivalent qualification plus appropriate experience.
                    Candidate must have thorough knowledge of financial matters relating to the
                    listed duties as the minimum requirements for appointment. Candidate must have
                    sound knowledge of PERSAL and Basic Accounting System (BAS). Skills in
                    Public Service Finance, Numeracy, Computer literacy and Accuracy. Good
                    knowledge of Treasury Regulations and Public Finance Management Act. Self-
                    starter, able to work independently without compromising team results
DUTIES          :   Attend to salary related enquiries. Instate, amend and terminate allowances,
                    deductions and other staff changes on PERSAL. Clearing of suspense accounts
                    related to salaries. Compile and control of departmental claims. Tax and IRP5
                    updates. Control and correction of exception reports on PERSAL.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mrs C Magagane Tel No: (012) 310-3227
APPLICATIONS    :   To the Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism,
                    Private Bag x 447, Pretoria, 0001.
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms N Sebola Fax: 012 322-2682
CLOSING DATE    :   7 September 2009

POST 34/20      :   SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK GRADE III: (AP539/2009)

SALARY          :   R94 326 per annum (Total package R146 549 p.a)
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   Senior certificate or equivalent qualification plus appropriate experience.
                    Candidate must have thorough knowledge of financial matters relating to the
                    listed duties as the minimum requirements for appointment. Skills in Government
                    Finance/ Financial Management, Numeracy, Accounting, Computer literacy and
                    Accuracy. Good knowledge of Basic Accounting System (BAS), PERSAL,
                    Treasury Regulations, Public Finance Management Act.
DUTIES          :   Attend to salary related enquiries. Filing of salary documents. Instate, Amend
                    and terminate allowances, deductions and other staff changes on PERSAL.
                    Clearing of suspense accounts related to salaries. Compile and control of
                    departmental claims. Tax and IRP5 updates.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms C Magagane Tel No: (012) 310-3227
APPLICATIONS    :   to the Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism,
                    Private Bag x 447, Pretoria, 0001.
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms N Sebola Fax: 012 322-2682
CLOSING DATE    :   7 September 2009




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                                                                                             ANNEXURE E

                    GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES PENSION FUND (GEPF)

APPLICATIONS    :       Please forward your application, quoting the relevant reference number,
                        Government Employees Pension Fund, Private Bag X63, Pretoria 0001.
FOR ATTENTION   :       Ms UC Viljoen
CLOSING DATE    :       14 September 2009, 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. Must be accompanied by a comprehensive CV
                        with original certified copies of qualifications and ID document (copies of certified
                        documents will not be accepted). Must include the name and contact details of
                        three references that can comment on their performance.

                                       OTHER POST

POST 34/21      :       FACILITIES MANAGER (REF: FM/2009/08)
                        Facilities Section

SALARY          :       R 407 745.00 per annum (total cost to company)
CENTRE          :       Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :       A Bachelors degree or equivalent qualification. 5-7 years extensive experience in
                        the Facilities and Support Management field. Experience/Knowledge of Project
                        Management. Ability to find workable solutions while dealing with multiple
                        constituents and conflicting objectives. Excellent verbal and written
                        communication skills. Ability to build, manage and develop teams. Computer
                        literacy that include a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office products.
                        Excellent interpersonal relations.
DUTIES          :       Key Performance Areas: The successful candidate will be responsible for the
                        following: Strategic management of the section responsible for facilities planning,
                        provision and maintenance. Liaison with service providers Planning of office
                        space Negotiate and prepare contracts and Service Level Agreements Manage
                        the movement of physical facilities Manage and operate building maintenance
                        Manage in-house support services such as the cleaning staff, food service aid
                        staff, messengers and government vehicles. Manage support services contracted
                        out such as cleaning and hygiene. Compile tender specifications. Administer and
                        manage the Unit’s budget.




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                                                                                                     ANNEXURE F

                               DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SETTLEMENTS
The Department of Human Settlement is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. It is our intention
         to promote representivity (race, gender & disability). The candidature of persons whose
           transfer/promotion/appointment will promote representivity will receive preference.

APPLICATIONS              :      Please forward your applications quoting the relevant reference number to
                                 Magauta Recruitment, Private Bag X 2056, Silverton 0127 or
                                 info@magautarecruitment.co.za or fax, 086 623 5596 or hand delivery: 177 de
                                                                                nd
                                 Boulevard Street, ABSA Building, Suite 203, 2 floor Silverto
CLOSING DATE              :      11 September 2009
NOTE                      :      It will be expected from the selected candidates to be available for the interviews
                                 on a date, time and place as determined by the Department of Housing.
                                 Applicants must note that further checks will be conducted once they are
                                 shortlisted and that their appointment is subject to positive outcomes on these
                                 checks, which include security clearance, qualification verification and criminal
                                 records. If you apply for more than one position in the Department, please submit
                                 separate application forms for each post. Applications must be submitted on form
                                 Z83, obtainable from any Public Service department and must be accompanied
                                 by a detailed CV, together with certified copies of your qualification certificates
                                 and your ID/Passport. Failure to submit the required documents will result in your
                                 application not being considered. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed
                                 candidates only. If you have not been contacted within 4 months of the closing
                                 date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

                                         MANAGEMENT ECHELON

POST 34/22                :      CHIEF     DIRECTOR:           INTERGOVERNMENTAL            RELATIONS         AND
                                 INTERNATIONAL RELATION REF: DOHS/129/2009
                                 Please note that this is a re-advertisement. Applicants who previously applied are
                                 welcome to apply again.

SALARY                    :      R746 181 per annum (all-inclusive remuneration package)
CENTRE                    :      Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS              :      Applicants must have an appropriate three-year Bachelor’s degree/National
                                 diploma or equivalent qualification in Social or Economic Sciences or
                                 International Law or Housing related matters plus proven relevant experience. 
                                 Experience in foreign policy, international co-operation and interdepartmental
                                 and intergovernmental relations • Proven managerial abilities as well as
                                 administrative and organisational skills • The ability to maintain sound
                                 interpersonal relations • Knowledge of the Housing environment and housing
                                 legislation • Proven skills in both written and verbal communication at a high level
                                 will be strong recommendations.
DUTIES                    :      Functions: Manage and coordinate Departmental engagement in terms of
                                 Cabinet, MinMec, FOSAD, IMC and related for a, Manage and co-ordinate bi-
                                 lateral engagements for government in appropriate South African fora and
                                 institutions, Co-ordinate reports to Institutions established in terms of Chapter 9
                                 of the Constitution. To develop and manage the framework, systems and
                                 programmes to ensure multi sector and inter-sphere delivery coordination and
                                 alignment for Human Settlements. Assume responsibility of the Accreditation
                                 Programme Unit within the National Department of Housing, Monitor the
                                 progress of the national accreditation programme and to assist with the
                                 establishment of Provincial Accreditation Units; Overall management and
                                 accountability of the staff in the component to ensure the effective and efficient
                                 utilisation of resources, filling of vacant posts, induction of new employees,
                                 expenditure against personnel budget, management of the performance of staff
                                 in the component, leave, grievances and disciplinary processes, training,
                                 mentoring and career management plans, team building.
ENQUIRIES                 :      Mr J Leshabane Tel: (012) 421- 1603
NOTE                      :      Applicants for the above posts will be expected to subject themselves to a
                                 comprehensive assessment programme as part of the selection process.

POST 34/23                :      CHIEF DIRECTOR: COMMUNICATIONS REF: DOHS/128/2009

SALARY                    :      R746 181 per annum (all-inclusive remuneration package)
CENTRE                    :      Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS              :      Required for appointment for this position is a communication expert with Sound
                                 Managerial and administrative skills. The successful candidate must have a
                                 degree in Communication or equivalent qualification with Journalism or


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                   communication as a major. Proven relevant managerial experience of two to
                   three years. The ideal candidate will be a strategic thinker with an understanding
                   of the housing industry/sector, as well as highly developed analytical skills with
                   extensive experience in the communications industry, preferably at managerial
                   level. Proven managerial abilities, the ability to work under immense pressure
                   and produce results will be a strong recommendation. Furthermore, the person
                   must have excellent verbal and writing skills and a track record of
                   accomplishment in producing publishing materials. Specialised skills in marketing
                   and advertising will be a strong recommendation, Commitment to the
                   transformation of the Public Service as well as service delivery is also essential.
DUTIES         :   The Chief of Communications will be responsible for all activities of the Chief
                   Directorate in support of the Minister and the Department. These include the
                   development of a comprehensive long-term communication strategy on matters
                   related to the Human Settlement Programmes as well as provision of tactical
                   leadership in media relations, public information, liaison and transformation
                   (internal) communications. He/she will also be responsible for budgets, staffing
                   and skills enhancement. The successful candidate will also be required to: Draft
                   an overall communications policy as well as co-ordinate and give strategic
                   direction to the communication activities of the Ministry and the Department.
                   Manage and co-ordinate all programmes and activities of the Communications
                   Division. Liaise with, build and promote strong relations with all stakeholders in
                   the housing industry for the overall benefit of the Department including relevant
                   media and publication houses in the industry. Write briefing documents and
                   speeches and act as the Official Spokesperson for the Minister. Provide strategic
                   vision and support for the Department. Exercise financial control by applying the
                   PFMA (Public Finance Management Act). Promote and manage joint activities
                   with external role-players.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr J Leshabane Tel: 012 421 1604

POST 34/24     :   CHIEF DIRECTOR: STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT REF NO: DOHS/130/2009
                   Please note that this is a re-advertisement. Applicants who previously applied are
                   welcome to apply again.

SALARY         :   R746 181 All-inclusive salary package per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Applicants must be in possession of an appropriate recognised Bachelor’s
                   degree or equivalent qualification; Proven management experience and ability
                   including attributes of dynamic leadership skills, well-developed interpersonal
                   skills; Knowledge of and/ or experience in the housing environment; Knowledge
                   and experience of budget planning and control. Established track record in
                   practice & experience in the field of organisation-wide co-ordination and strategic
                   planning; Sharp and robust high-level communication skills
DUTIES         :   The successful candidate will champion the strategic planning and management
                   aspects of the departments operations and the development of appropriate
                   instruments to support performance against department’s objectives. The
                   incumbent will be responsible to: Facilitate and manage the Department’s
                   strategic (organisational) planning and (performance) review, Co-ordinate the
                   evaluation of departmental performance against strategic objectives, Manage the
                   development, implementation and maintenance of appropriate system(s) to steer
                   the performance of the Department against the relevant strategic objectives and
                   plans; Report to the Chief of Operations on any emerging factors that could
                   negatively affect service delivery outcomes, including the contingency measures
                   to be implemented; Support the transversal strategic management responsibility/
                   function of the Chief of Operations. Manage the Chief Directorate: Strategic
                   Management in compliance with the Public Finance Management Act, the Public
                   Service Act and related regulations, prescripts and policies applicable to the
                   Department;
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr JM Leshabane (012) 421-1604

POST 34/25     :   DIRECTOR: MEDIA SERVICES (REF NO. DOHS/131/2009)

SALARY         :   All-inclusive remuneration package of R615 633 per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Envisaged for appointment is a dynamic, motivated and operationally agile
                   person holding a Bachelors degree or National Diploma in Communication or
                   Journalism or equivalent degree/diploma with any of the two as major subjects.
                   The candidate must have at least three years experience on Middle Management
                   Level (if within the public service). Additional requirements include: Proven
                   managerial abilities and experience, Experience in conceiving and implementing
                   communications strategies, Extensive relevant experience in journalism,



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                   communication, media relations, editing and design, marketing, tender
                   procedures and the specifications. Computer literacy and the ability to manage
                   electronic dissemination of information, Knowledge of (public sector)
                   communication policies, strategies and methods, Understanding of the human
                   settlements conditions and public policy Experience in media relations and a
                   good understanding of multi-media. Applicants must at least be in possession of
                   a code 8 driver’s licence and comfortable with extensive travel.
DUTIES         :   The appointee will manage the development and implementation of the human
                   settlements department media policy and strategy. The appointee will conduct
                   and co-ordinate media research for the department and its stakeholders, The
                   appointee will be responsible for the development and maintenance of good
                   relationships with the media at all levels. As senior member of the team the
                   incumbent will also be responsible for strategy development, media planning and
                   tactical input. Be responsible for the overall organisation, coordination and
                   implementation of media interface across the human settlements sector.
                   Additional duties and responsibilities include: Dealing with media queries,
                   organising media briefings and press conferences, Serve as the spokesperson
                   for the Department and/or Ministry. Managing the Directorate: Media Services in
                   compliance with the Public Finance Management Act, the Public Service Act and
                   related regulations and prescripts.
ENQUIRIES      :   JM Leshabane Tel 012 421 1603

POST 34/26     :   DIRECTOR: MUNICIPAL PLANNING REF NO: DOHS/123/2009

SALARY         :   R615 633 per annum all inclusive
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   An appropriate recognised Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification with
                   relevant experience in the field of urban/ regional planning, and human
                   settlements planning; At least 2 to 3 years proven managerial Experience.
                   Proven practical skills in local and regional-level planning analysis utilizing a
                   range of spatial data tools; Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of
                   planning laws and frameworks utilized by the all spheres of government; At least
                   5 years practical experience in the town and regional planning profession;
                   Proven managerial abilities; sharp and robust high-level communication (written
                   and verbal) skills; Be willing to travel extensively across the country. Be able to
                   work under pressure with the ability to plan, prioritize and deliver tasks timeously.
                   In addition to the above Applicants must be prepared to work overtime. Must be
                   in possession of a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES         :   The successful candidate will support the implementation of human settlement
                   development planning frameworks at municipal level. Specifically, the incumbent
                   will: Enhance spatial integration and sustainability of human settlements;
                   Formulate positions and recommendations on key programmes and projects;
                   Render technical spatial planning support to municipalities; Render assistance to
                   municipalities in the development of housing sector plans. Monitor the
                   preparation & completion of municipal housing sector plans. Annually review
                   housing sector plans of municipal IDPs. Manage the Directorate’s budget and
                   cash-flow, and ensure proper financial management and control in line with the
                   Public Finance Management Act; Ensure a sound staff management and human
                   resource strategy for the Directorate.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr A Arendse, Tel (012) 421 1621

POST 34/27     :   CHIEF RESEARCHER (DIRECTOR LEVEL) REF NO: DOHS/120/2009
                   Directorate: Housing Economic Research

SALARY         :   R615 633 per annum all inclusive
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   An appropriate Master’s Degree in Economics and a considerable research
                   experience. The candidate must have highly developed and proven research
                   knowledge and skills, excellent analytical skills, knowledge of economic
                   environment as it relates to housing, advanced writing skills, proven project
                   management experience and At least 2 to 3 years proven managerial
                   Experience. Ability to analyse issues and trends pertinent to the mandate of the
                   department and the duties attached to the post. Advanced skills in the co-
                   ordination and initiation of research assignments. The candidate must be able to
                   take initiative, demonstrate strategic and leadership capabilities and manage
                   teams and work as part of a team. The candidate must have the ability to
                   conceptualise new research themes, processes, and projects, establish and
                   maintain research networks, stimulate and contribute to debate on pertinent
                   issues on housing economics. He/She must have an ability to communicate
                   clearly with colleagues and various stakeholders at all levels. The ideal candidate



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                   must have the necessary knowledge of housing legislation and policies, the
                   housing sector in general including the operation of public housing institutions,
                   the construction sector, and an understanding of literature pertaining to the
                   development of sustainable human settlements and the economic impact thereof.
                   In addition, applicants must have • the ability to maintain sound interpersonal
                   relations • Knowledge of the Public Financial Management Act and Treasury
                   Regulations • Knowledge of Batho Pele and its application to Public Service • A
                   valid driver’s licence (code 8) • The candidate should also be computer literate
                   with sufficient skills and knowledge of Microsoft applications • should be willing to
                   travel extensively • should be willing to work under pressure.
DUTIES         :   Manage research to determine trends in the macro and micro economic
                   environment and determine the impact thereof on the development of sustainable
                   human settlements. Manage research to determine the trends in the micro-
                   economic environment (construction and building sector) and determine the
                   impact thereof on housing. Manage research to determine economic trends and
                   advise the Department accordingly. Provide regular analysis of key macro and
                   micro economic variables and evaluate their impact. Analyse housing
                   investments and the impact thereof on the economy. Provide forecast on
                   economic related service benchmarked against global market trends. Determine
                   trends in the economy and analyse the impact on government housing
                   programmes. Provide constant reviews and updates on current debates and
                   trends in the field of economics and its impact on housing development
                   programmes. Provide direction and support to all aspects of economic research
                   including design, analysis, report writing and quality assurance. Initiate and
                   undertake responsive research to support policy development and
                   implementation. Conceptualise, design, plan, coordinate and manage research
                   projects. Provide conceptually and theoretically sound advice to the department.
                   Assume the managerial and leadership responsibilities and duties attached to the
                   post. .
ENQUIRIES      :   Dr Z Sokopo Telephone: 012 – 421 1794
NOTE           :   Applicants will be expected to subject themselves to a comprehensive
                   assessment programme as part of the selection process.

POST 34/28     :   CHIEF RESEARCHER (DIRECTOR LEVEL) REF NO: DOHS/121/2009
                   Directorate: Applied Research

SALARY         :   R615 633 per annum all inclusive
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   A Master’s Degree and a considerable experience in research especially applied
                   research. The candidate must have highly developed and proven research
                   knowledge and skills, excellent analytical skills, an extensive experience and
                   knowledge of policy analysis, advanced writing skills, proven project
                   management experience and general managerial experience. Ability to analyse
                   issues and trends pertinent to the mandate of the Department and the duties
                   attached to the post. Advanced skills in the co-ordination and initiation of
                   research assignments. The candidate must be able to take initiative, demonstrate
                   strategic and leadership capabilities and manage teams and work as part of a
                   team. The candidate must have the ability to conceptualise new research
                   themes, processes, and projects, establish and maintain research networks,
                   stimulate and contribute to debate on pertinent human settlement issues. He/She
                   must have an ability to communicate clearly with colleagues and various
                   stakeholders at all levels. The ideal candidate must have the necessary
                   knowledge of        relevant departmental legislation and policies and an
                   understanding of debates literature pertaining to the development of sustainable
                   human settlements. In addition, applicants must have • the ability to maintain
                   sound interpersonal relations • Knowledge of the Public Financial Management
                   Act and Treasury Regulations • Knowledge of Batho Pele and its application to
                   Public Service • A valid driver’s licence (code 8) • The candidate should also be
                   computer literate with sufficient skills and knowledge of Microsoft applications •
                   should be willing to travel extensively • should be willing to work under pressure.
DUTIES         :   Manage, initiate, coordinate and undertake applied research. Benchmark best
                   practice in the development of sustainable human settlements with special focus
                   on housing. Develop a comprehensive resource on national and international
                   best practice in housing and human settlements. Manage, develop and maintain
                   norms and standards for best practice in the development of sustainable human
                   settlements. Advise the Department in the implementation of various
                   departmental housing programmes by developing models for best practice. Use
                   research to foster innovations in the development of sustainable human
                   settlements. Disseminate research outputs on best practice. Provide direction
                   and support to all aspects of research including design, analysis, report writing



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                   and quality assurance. Initiate and undertake responsive research to support
                   policy development and programme implementation. Conceptualise, design,
                   plan, coordinate and manage research projects. Manage and provide research
                   support to various business units. Provide conceptually and theoretically sound
                   advice to the department. Assume the managerial responsibilities and duties
                   attached to the post e.g. supervise and assess the performance of personnel.
ENQUIRIES      :   Dr Z Sokopo Telephone: 012 – 421 1794
NOTE           :   Applicants will be expected to subject themselves to a comprehensive
                   assessment programme as part of the selection process. The successful
                   candidate will be subjected to security clearance procedures and will be required
                   to sign a performance agreement.

POST 34/29     :   DIRECTOR: HOUSING PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT REF
                   NO: DOHS/124/2009

SALARY         :   R615 663 per annum all inclusive
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   An appropriate tertiary qualification in Town and Regional Planning Proven
                   practical skills in local and regional level planning analysis utilising a range of
                   spatial data tools. Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the planning
                   laws and frameworks utilised by the three spheres of government, At least 2 to 3
                   years proven managerial Experience, Minimum of 5 years working experience in
                   the planning sector, An additional qualification in and/or in-depth knowledge,
                   Proven experience in project management Working knowledge of housing and
                   human settlement programmes, policies and strategies, Understanding of the
                   nature of housing demand and how to plan and carry out housing projects that
                   promote integrated development Experience in inter-departmental and
                   intergovernmental relations and co-operation, Sound understanding of
                   infrastructural matters, Experience in organising and managing project teams,
                   Excellent communication (both written and verbal) and presentation skills are
                   expected, Important attributes are attention to detail and the ability to follow up
                   on outstanding issues, Proven managerial abilities as well as financial,
                   administrative and organisational skills. The ability to maintain sound
                   interpersonal relations Computer literacy (MS Word, MS Excel, MS Project),
                   Code 08 drivers licence, Willingness to travel extensively
DUTIES         :   The Director: Housing Programme Implementation Support will be responsible
                   for rendering implementation, co-ordination and facilitation support to provinces
                   and municipalities for projects approved in terms of the Housing Subsidy Scheme
                   developing and maintaining an early warning system to track project progress
                   developing and updating tools to assist with project implementation managing the
                   human and financial resources of the Directorate.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr J Wallis 012 421 1440

POST 34/30     :   DIRECTOR: NATIONAL PLANNING REF NO: DOHS/122/2009

SALARY         :   R615 633 per annum (all inclusive)
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   An appropriate recognised Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification with
                   relevant experience in the field of urban/ regional planning, and human
                   settlements planning; At least 2 to 3 years proven managerial Experience; Sound
                   knowledge of human settlement policy and programmes; Comprehensive
                   knowledge and understanding of planning laws and frameworks utilized by the all
                   spheres of government; Established track record in practice & experience in the
                   field of Human Settlements and Planning; Proven managerial abilities; sharp and
                   robust high-level communication (written and verbal) skills. Be willing to travel
                   extensively across the country; Be able to work under pressure with the ability to
                   plan, prioritize and deliver tasks timeously.
DUTIES         :   The successful candidate will champion the planning aspects of Sustainable
                   Human Settlements and the development of appropriate instruments to support
                   the delivery of human settlements. The incumbent will be responsible for: The
                   development and maintenance of annual- and multi-year human settlement
                   development planning instruments and planning frameworks; The establishment
                   and maintenance of instruments for annual- and multi-year human settlement
                   development plans for national, provincial and municipal spheres. The
                   maintenance of the Programme and Guidelines for the Development of Housing
                   Chapters in Municipal IDPs; Isolating prevailing and/ or emerging factors that
                   mitigate against the delivery objective of sustainable human settlements,
                   including the proposed contingency measures; The management of the
                   Directorate’s budget and cash-flow, and ensure proper financial management




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                   and control in line with the Public Finance Management Act; Ensuring a sound
                   staff management and human resource strategy for the Directorate.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr A Arendse, Tel (012) 421 1621

                                 OTHER POSTS

POST 34/31     :   DEPUTY       DIRECTOR:      ORGINISATIONAL        DEVELOPMENT
                   (ORGINISATIONAL DESIGN AND PMDS) (REF: DOHS/132/2009)

SALARY         :   R407 745 per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Applicants must be in possession of an appropriate three-year Bachelor’s degree
                   or equivalent qualification preferably in the Human Resources. Knowledge and
                   hands on experience on PMDS and the EQUATE Job Evaluation System will be
                   an added advantage. The applicant must be an accredited job evaluation
                   analysts on the EQUATE system. Knowledge on Public Service Regulations,
                   Public Service Act and other HR related Legislation is a requirement. The ideal
                   applicant should be assertive, dynamic, innovative, self driven and have excellent
                   communication skills (written and verbal) and the ability to relate at all levels of
                   staff. He/she should be a self-motivated person who can work independently
                   and be a team player. Key Competencies: Project Management, Organisational
                   Design skills, Problem Solving, Work Study Investigation skills, Financial
                   Management, Interpersonal Skills, Presentation and facilitation Skills,
                   Supervisory Skills, Computer Literacy, Analytical Skills.
DUTIES         :   Key Performance Areas: The successful applicant will be required to: Develop,
                   maintain and implement Organisational Design policies and guidelines in terms
                   of the Public Service Frameworks. Co-ordinate and conduct Job Evaluation in the
                   Department, Co-ordinate the activities of the Job Evaluation Panel. Manage the
                   Organisational Design and PMDS sub directorate in the Department. Serve as
                   secretariat of the Departmental Job Evaluation Panel, Maintain and manage a
                   database of all job evaluation records and job descriptions, Manage the PMD
                   process in the Department, Develop policies and guidelines in terms of
                   Performance Management and Development within the Department.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr H Deacon (012) 421-1377

POST 34/32     :   OFFICE MANAGER TO THE DEPUTY DIRECTOR-GENERAL: CORPORATE
                   SERVICES (REF. NO: DOHS/133/2009)

SALARY         :   R344 052 (all-inclusive salary package) per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Applicants must have an appropriate three-year degree/ diploma or equivalent
                   qualification with at least four years proven relevant high level office support and
                   management experience. Good communication skills (verbal and written), and
                   computer literacy are essential requirements. Proven administrative and
                   organisational skills . In addition, applicants must have: The ability to maintain
                   sound interpersonal relations,        Knowledge of administrative and financial
                   procedures applicable to the Public Service • Be prepared to travel and work long
                   and overtime hours when required to do so.
DUTIES         :   The successful candidate will provide administrative, secretarial, office
                   organisational and logistical support to the office of the Deputy Director-General
                   (linked to strategic planning and MTEF and budgetary processes).  Maintain and
                   establish efficient administrative systems for co-ordinating work flow including all
                   information interfaces.  Manage the Office of the Deputy Director-General. 
                   Organise and plan meetings, record and action the proceedings of strategic tasks
                   into line responsibilities, interface with other branch heads and with other
                   government Departments and agencies and in line with government cluster
                   requirements.  Co-ordinate and expedite follow-up work as may be required, 
                   Advise the Deputy Director-General on pertinent organisational and
                   administrative issues,  Draft and or co-ordinate responses to some of the
                   correspondence addressed to the Deputy Director-General as directed,  Handle
                   the more complicated telephonic enquiries.  Handle the budget by monitoring
                   and comparing the expenditure planned in the budget, submitting monthly reports
                   and extracting statistics for management information.  Advise the managers in
                   the Branch on correct and timely responses, The preparation of presentations
                   and the compilation of reports for the Deputy Director-General.  Support the
                   Deputy Director-General with regard to Human Resource Management and
                   Transformation issues (co-ordinating performance agreements, evaluations and
                   reviews)
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms N Letsholonyane Telephone: (012)421-1610



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POST 34/33     :   CHIEF      PLANNER:       STAKEHOLDER       ENGAGEMENTS                REF      NO:
                   DOHS/125/2009
                   Directorate: Stakeholder Engagements and Collaboration

SALARY         :   Remuneration package of R 217 482 per annum
REQUIREMENTS   :   An appropriate National Diploma or equivalent qualification in the Built
                   Environment or Business Management Sciences and a minimum of 3 years
                   relevant experience working with housing sector stakeholders. A valid code 8
                   driver’s licence. Competencies: Policy analysis skills; Ability to monitor and
                   evaluate stakeholder projects; excellent communication (written/verbal) and
                   presentation skills, Computer literate, Friendly and trustworthy, Diplomatic,
                   systematic and logical, Ability to work under pressure, liaison and coordination
                   and business management skills.
DUTIES         :   Implement guidelines for public private partnership projects, conduct stakeholder
                   surveys to determine needs from external partners; collaborate with stakeholders
                   in the support and use of innovative building methods, and promote the
                   adherence, compliance and improvement in the quality of delivered human
                   settlements on the public private partnership projects.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms N Thokwana (012) 421 1727

POST 34/34     :   CHIEF PLANNER: STAKEHOLDER PROJECT COLLABORATION REF NO:
                   DOHS/126/2009
                   Directorate: Stakeholder Engagements and Collaboration

SALARY         :   Remuneration package of R217 482 per annum
REQUIREMENTS   :   An    appropriate     Bachelors    degree    or   equivalent    qualification   in
                   Marketing/Business Management/Project Management. A minimum of 3 years
                   working experience. Code 8 driver’s licence. Competencies: Good understanding
                   of the housing construction/ development sector; Understanding of the
                   Department’s policy in sustainable human settlements. An ability to implement
                   stakeholder projects. Excellent communication (written/verbal) as well as
                   presentation skills. Computer literate, Friendly and trustworthy, Diplomatic,
                   systematic and logical, Ability to work under pressure, liaison and coordination
                   and business management skills. Strong interpersonal skills for liaising with
                   external as well as internal stakeholders;
DUTIES         :   Support the development and implementation guidelines for the Govan Mbeki
                   Housing Awards. Provide implementation support to Provinces in Organising
                   National Awards, Support the mobilisation of stakeholders for Ministerial housing
                   awards as well as house builds. Collaborate with housing communication units
                   on projects for maximum impact, Support to plan stakeholder projects and events
                   in compliance with the Department’s regulations, policies and guidelines. Assist
                   in getting other units of the department to engage with stakeholders. Compile
                   reports.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms N Thokwana (012) 421 1727

POST 34/35     :   ASSITANT DIRECTOR: STAKEHOLDER FORUMS SUPPORT X2 REF NO:
                   DOHS/127/2009
               :   Directorate: Stakeholder Relations and Forums Support

SALARY         :   R174 243 per annum
REQUIREMENTS   :   Applicants must be in possession of an appropriate National Diploma or Grade
                   12, with at least Five (5) years relevant experience in housing and related fields.
                   Competencies: Good understanding of the housing construction/ development
                   sector; Ability to deliver concise well written reports to tight deadlines,
                   Communication Skills, Administrative Skills, good interpersonal, planning,
                   organizing skills. Computer literacy as well as a valid driver’s license is required.
                   Ability to function under pressure coupled with project management skills.
DUTIES         :   Support sector forums for engagement with stakeholders, Manage the reporting
                   of stakeholders projects and related events, Manage and maintain stakeholders
                   database, Provide on-going implementation support to forums and the unit.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr J Methula 012 421 1727




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                                                                                                    ANNEXURE G

                      DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
 The Department of Justice is an equal opportunity employer. In the filling of vacant posts the objectives of
  Section 195 (1) (i) of the Constitution of South Africa, 1996 (Act No: 108 of 1996), the Employment Equity
    imperatives as defined by the Employment Equity Act, 1998 (Act No: 55 of 1998) and relevant Human
   Resources policies of the Department will be taken into consideration. Successful candidates may be
required to undergo security clearance. Preference will be given to the disabled, Indian/coloured/white male
   or female. Shortlisted candidates are required to avail themselves for interviews at a date and time as
     determined by the Department, at short notice and will be subjected to a personnel vetting process

NOTE                       :     Applications must be submitted on Form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service
                                 Department or on the internet at www.gov.za. Applications should be
                                 accompanied by certified copies of qualifications, identity document and driver’s
                                 license. A SAQA evaluation report must accompany foreign qualifications. The
                                 CV to be completed by all applicants is available on the DOJ website
                                 www.doj.gov.za or at any DOJ&CD sub-office. This must be typed and
                                 accompany the Z83 and all other supporting documents required. Applications
                                 that do not comply with the above mentioned requirements will not be
                                 considered. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you
                                 do not hear from us within 3 months of this advertisement, please accept that
                                 your application has been unsuccessful. The department reserves the right not
                                 to fill this position.

                                               OTHER POSTS

POST 34/36                 :     SENIOR STATE LAW ADVISER (4 POSTS) REF: 09/189/LCD
                                 (South African Law Reform Commission)

SALARY                     :     R421 830 – R594 090. (Salary to be determined in accordance with experience).
                                 The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE                     :     National Office, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS               :     An LLB Degree or four-year legal qualification; At least nine years appropriate
                                 post qualification litigation/advisory experience; Admittance as an Attorney or
                                 Advocate; Experience in legal research or other appropriate experience. Skills
                                 and Competencies: Legal research and drafting; Excellent written and verbal
                                 communication; Creative legal thinking and problem solving skills; Exposure to
                                 project management; Resilience and prepare to deal with administration;
                                 Computer literacy; Ability to work independently and under pressure, yet function
                                 as part of a team when required.
DUTIES                     :     Plan and do research, including comparative legal research, in respect of all
                                 branches of the law of South Africa; Develop. Improve and modernise the law;
                                 Develop recommendations and draft legislation for law reform; Prepare issue
                                 papers, discussion papers, and reports that contain research, recommendations
                                 and draft legislation for law reform.
ENQUIRIES                  :     Mr I Tshabalala (012) 357 8186
APPLICATIONS               :     Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                                 address: The Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional
                                 Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application
                                 Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius
                                 Street, Pretoria.
CLOSING DATE               :     14 September 2009

POST 34/37                 :     DEPUTY DIRECTOR: STATISTICAL ANALYSIS AND REPORT (2 POSTS)
                                 REF: 09/190/CS

SALARY                     :     R344 052 – R398 805 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                                 sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE                     :     National Office, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS               :     A Bachelor’s Degree in Statistics or equivalent qualification; Three years
                                 experience in Statistical Analysis with three years management experience.
                                 Skills and Competencies: Computer skills; Communication skills (verbal and
                                 written); Good interpersonal relations and human relation skills; Organizational
                                 and analytical skills; Numerical skills (financial planning); Ability to work under
                                 pressure.
DUTIES                     :     Provide management information to support strategic and management process;
                                 Develop tools and products for the continuous monitoring and evaluation of
                                 strategy and department performance; Establish channels for the collection of
                                 data; Render an advisory services to the Ministry, Management, Magistrate
                                 Commission and the NPA; Manage the data analysis, interpretation and reporting



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                   process; Develop sampling and basic sampling statistical methods and also
                   estimation and interpretation of resulting; Apply general statistical theory and
                   principals.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr I Tshabalala (012) 357 8186
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address: The Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional
                   Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address:
                   Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329
                   Pretorius Street, Pretoria.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/38     :   COURT MANAGER REF 09/244/GP
                   Re-Advertisement (Those who previously applied need to re-apply as previous
                   applications will not be considered)

SALARY         :   R217 482 – R 252 483 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Magistrate Office, Randburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Three (3) year qualification in Administration and / or National Diploma Services
                   Management (NQF level 5) including a module on case Flow Management or
                   relevant equivalent qualification; Three year’s managerial or supervisory
                   experience; A valid EB driver’s license; Computer literacy; The following will
                   serve as strong recommendations: Knowledge of an experience in office and
                   district administration Knowledge of financial management and the PFMA. Skills
                   and competencies: Strong leadership and management capabilities; Strategic
                   capacities; Good communication (verbal and written).
DUTIES         :   Co-ordinate and manage the financial and human resources of the office; Co-
                   ordinate and manage risk and security in the court; Manage the strategic and
                   business planning processes; Manage the facility, physical resources,
                   information and communication related to courts; Implement the departmental
                   policies at the courts; Compile an analyze court statistics to show performance
                   nag trends; Support case flow management at the court; Compile annual
                   performance and statutory reports to the relevant users; Develop and implement
                   customer service improvement strategies; Lead and manage the transformation
                   of the office; Manage the projects intended to improve court management;
                   Manage the communication and relations with the internal and external stake
                   holders; Manage service level agreements
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms. J Mokoena  (011) 223 7600
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional
                   Head, Private Bag X6, Johannesburg, 2000 OR Physical address: 15th floor;
                   Regional Office – Gauteng; Department of Justice and Constitutional
                   Development; Cnr. Commissioner and Kruis Street; Johannesburg; 2000.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/39     :   COURT MANAGER (8 POSTS) REF: 52/09/LMP
                   Re-Advertisement (Those who previously applied need to re-apply as previous
                   applications will not be considered)

SALARY         :   R217 482 – R252 483 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Magistrate Offices: Ellisras (1), Lulekani (1), Nebo (1), Praktiseer (1),
                   Thohoyandou (1), Northam (1), Tiyani (1) and Hlanganani (1)
REQUIREMENTS   :   Three (3) year qualification in administration and/ or national diploma service
                   management (NGF level 5) plus the module on case flow management or
                   relevant equivalent qualification; Three years managerial or supervisory
                   experience; A valid EB driver’s license; Computer literate. The following will
                   serve as strong recommendations: Knowledge and experience in office and
                   district administration, Knowledge of financial management and the PFMA. Skills
                   and Competencies: Strong leadership and management capabilities; Strategic
                   capabilities; Good communication (verbal and written).
DUTIES         :   Co-ordinate and manage the financial and human resources of the office; Co-
                   ordinate and manage risk and security in the court; Manage the strategic and
                   business planning processes; Manage the facility, physical resources,
                   information and communication related to courts; Implement the departmental
                   policies at the courts; Compile and analyze court statistics to show performance
                   and trends; Support case flow management at the court; Compile annual
                   performance and statutory reports to the relevant users; Develop and implement
                   customer service improvement strategies; Lead and manage the transformation
                   of the office; Manage the projects intended to improve court management;




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                   Manage the communication and relations with the internal and external
                   stakeholders; Manage service level agreements;
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr TD Masemola  015 287 2025
APPLICATIONS   :   Separate applications must be made for each centre if applying for more than
                   one post and failure to do this will result in consideration given to the first choice
                   only. Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address:    The Regional Head, Department of Justice & Constitutional
                   Development, Private Bag x9526, Polokwane 0700 OR Physical address:
                   Reception area, Limpopo Regional Office, 92 Bok Street, Polokwane, 0700.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/40     :   COURT MANAGER REF: NC/152/08
                   Re-Advertisement (Candidates who previously apply are encourage to re-apply)

SALARY         :   R217 482 – R252 483 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Magistrate Office, Calvinia
REQUIREMENTS   :   Three (3) year qualification in Administration and/or Management (NQF level 6 )
                   or relevant equivalent qualification; Three year’s managerial or supervisory
                   experience; A valid EB driver’s license; Computer literacy; Knowledge of an
                   experience in office and district administration;        Knowledge of financial
                   management and the PFMA; Strong leadership and management capabilities;
                   Strategic capacities; Good communication (verbal and written).
DUTIES         :   Co-ordinate and manage the financial and human resources of the office; Co-
                   ordinate and manage risk and security in the court; Manage the strategic and
                   business planning processes;        Manage the facility, physical resources,
                   information and communication related to courts; Implement the departmental
                   policies at the courts; Compile an analyze court statistics to show performance
                   nag trends; Support case flow management at the court; Compile annual
                   performance and statutory reports to the relevant users; Develop and implement
                   customer service improvement strategies; Lead and manage the transformation
                   of the office; Manage the projects intended to improve court management;
                   Manage the communication and relations with the internal and external stake
                   holders; Manage service level agreements.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms C Cader  (053) 839 0031
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional
                   Head, Private Bag X6106, Kimberley, 8300. Applications can also be hand
                                                                                th
                   delivered to The New Public Building (Magistrate’s Court), 7 Floor, c/o Knight &
                   Stead Streets, Kimberley. Faxed application will not be considered.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/41     :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: DATABASE ADMINISTRATION REF: 09/191/CS

SALARY         :   R174 243 – R202 287 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   National Office, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   A Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems or equivalent qualification; Three
                   years experience in Database Administration. Skills and Competencies:
                   Computer skills; Communication skills (verbal and written); Good interpersonal
                   relations and human relation skills; Analytical skills; Project Management; Ability
                   to work under pressure.
DUTIES         :   Establish data needs of the Department; Secure and Administer Department
                   Database; Mapping out conceptual design for planned database; Controlling
                   access permission and privileges; Maintaining data standards; Administration of
                   database; Develop data collection tools using Visual Basic.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr I Tshabalala (012) 357 8186
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address: The Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional
                   Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address:
                   Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329
                   Pretorius Street, Pretoria.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/42     :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: DATA COLLECTION REF: 09/193/CS

SALARY         :   R174 243 – R202 287 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   National Office, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   A three years relevant qualification in IT Technology and/or Matric with IT
                   Certificate coupled with minimum of three years relevant IT experience with



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                   training/project management modules; At least one year experience in rendering
                   IT related support Services; Shortlisted candidates will be required to write a
                   computer test for an hour; A valid driver’s license. Skills and Competencies:
                   Advanced Computer skills (Ms Office Packages); Communication skills (verbal
                   and written) skills, Mastery of Advanced Data Management Systems; Planning
                   and Problem Solving skills; Creative and Innovative thinking skills; Interpersonal
                   relations and motivational skills; Research and data analysis skills; General
                   management and Project management skills; Leadership skills; Loyal and
                   honest; Ability to operate/interface with information management technical
                   systems; Ability to work under pressure.
DUTIES         :   Design and develop data collection systems and instruments to meet identified
                   business information requirements on Ms Excel and other software programmes;
                   Administer data collection instruments (NOC Tools); Oversee the overall
                   technical database management; Maintain systems to measure performance
                   according to established standard; Ensure timely resolution of critical issues and
                   outages for production applications; Develop data collection tools using Visual
                   Basics; Working closely with IT Projects Managers, database programmers and
                   Web developers.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr I Tshabalala (012) 357 8186
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address: The Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional
                   Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address:
                   Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329
                   Pretorius Street, Pretoria.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/43     :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM REF:
                   09/194/CS

SALARY         :   R174 243 – R202 287 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   National Office, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   A Bachelor’s degree in Geographic Information System or equivalent
                   qualification; Three years experience in Geographic Information System. Skills
                   and Competencies: Computer skills; Organizational skills; Good interpersonal
                   relations and human relation skills; Analytical and numerical (financial planning)
                   skills; Ability to work under pressure.
DUTIES         :   Plan data collection for electronic mapping of information on Geographic
                   Information System; Convert statistical data to map information format; Profile
                   demographics; Populate and convert data; Develop Spatial Models.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr I Tshabalala (012) 357 8186
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address: The Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional
                   Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address:
                   Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329
                   Pretorius Street, Pretoria.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/44     :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: STATISTICAL ANALYIS AND REPORT (5 POSTS)
                   REF: 09/192/CS

SALARY         :   R174 243 – R202 287 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   National Office, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   A Bachelor’s Degree in Statistics; Three years experience in Statistical Analysis.
                   Skills and Competencies: Computer skills; Communication skills (verbal and
                   written); Good interpersonal relations and human relation skills; Analytical and
                   Numerical (financial planning) skills; Ability to work under pressure.
DUTIES         :   Design and develop data collection systems and survey instrument; Manage and
                   administer data collection instruments and surveys; Establish channels for the
                   collection of data; Collate, analyze and interpret statistics; Produce statistical
                   publications, report, newsletters and presentations; Develop and maintains
                   database containing various datasets; Develop sampling and basic sampling
                   statistical methods and also estimation and interpretation of resulting; Train
                   employees on utilization of information; Manage and control projects.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr I Tshabalala (012) 357 8186
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address: The Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional
                   Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address:




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                   Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329
                   Pretorius Street, Pretoria.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/45     :   EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE DEPUTY                         DIRECTOR       GENERAL:
                   CORPORATE SERVICES REF: 09/188/HR

SALARY         :   R174 243 – R202 287 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   National Office, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Relevant three year National Diploma/Degree; Three years experience in
                   rendering support services to a Senior Manager; A valid drivers License. Skills
                   and Competencies: Excellent Communication (oral and written) skills; Above
                   average organisational and planning skills Advanced computer literacy in Ms
                   Office; Capability in dealing with classified information; Good interpersonal
                   relations and Diplomatic Skills; Creative, innovative and influencing skills; Basic
                   Financial administration skills; Ability to work independently, under pressure and
                   adhere to tight timelines.
DUTIES         :   Manage and co-ordinate all the administrative processes in the office of the
                   Deputy Director General; Render secretarial and administrative support for
                   meetings, functions, forums and conferences on behalf of the Deputy Director
                   General; Provide general office administration; Take overall responsibility for
                   logistical arrangements; Facilitate the procurement of goods and services and
                   ensure sufficient supplies of consumables. Provide support to Deputy Director
                   General with the administration and management of the Budget. Ensure proper
                   information and document management.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms K Ngomani (012) 315 - 8661
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address: The Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional
                   Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. or Physical address: Application
                   Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius
                   Street, Pretoria.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/46     :   SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:                    FRAUD      AND     CORRUPTION
                   PREVENTION REF: 09/195/RM

SALARY         :   R145 920 – R169 410 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   National Office, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   An appropriate three year Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification in the
                   Humanities/Public Administration/Public Management; At least two years
                   practical experience in monitoring and evaluation of Fraud and Corruption,
                   commercial or financial related offences or 2 years experience in internal
                   auditing; Exposure to Government Anti-Fraud and Corruption Strategies and
                   policies. Drivers’ license; Skills and competencies: Computer literacy (MS Office);
                   Excellent communication skills (verbal and written); Managerial and leadership
                   skills; Networking skills (e.g. ability to establish formal working relationships with
                   stakeholders such as DPSA, Public Service Commission, Research Institution,
                   SAPS, NIA, SIU, Banking institutions etc); Interpersonal, problem solving and
                   motivational skills; Attention to detail and ability to work under pressure;
                   Professional report writing and presentation of evidence; Ability to maintain
                   professionalism at all times; Facilitation/Presentation skills.
DUTIES         :   Coordinate and research reported cases of fraud and corruption from the Public
                   Service Commission Hotline. Coordinate the administration of the financial
                   disclosure and business interests of employees; Assist in compiling
                   documentation for meeting and others officials correspondence regarding fraud
                   and corruption issues within the Department; Keep and develop a credible data
                   base; Assist in developing policies and guidelines for the effective
                   implementation of integrity management; Assist in conducting research,
                   analyzing sis and proposing solutions on the nature, effect and result of internal
                   integrity problems; Assist in developing policies and guidelines for the effective
                   implementation of integrity management; Establish network and liaise with anti-
                   corruption agencies such as DPSA, Public Service Commission, Research
                   Institution, SAPS, NIA, SIU, Banking institutions, NPA and National Treasury for;
                   Participate in the anti-corruption initiatives in the public sector and provide report
                   with recommendation to the appropriate authority within the Department.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr M Mugodo  (012) 357 8747
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address: The Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional



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                   Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address:
                   Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329
                   Pretorius Street, Pretoria.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/47     :   ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER (4 POSTS) REF: 53/09/LMP

SALARY         :   R145 920 – R169 410 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Magistrate Offices: Sekgosese (1), Seshego (1), Dzanani (1) And Mhala (1)
REQUIREMENTS   :   Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualifications; Two years experience in
                   Administration and Clerical work; A valid code B drivers’ licence. Skills and
                   Competencies:      Computer literacy (MS Office);         Good interpersonal skills;
                   Ability to work under pressure; Attention to detail.
DUTIES         :   Act as a supervisor of the Clerks in Court (clerk of court, finance, procurement,
                   family court and administration); Checking the work done in the Civil and
                   Criminal Courts; Checking the work done in finance section( MMT through
                   JDAS and Vote Account); Reconcile Witness Fees, and MMT; Monitor and
                   control the capturing of cases through E-Scheduler; Checking work done in
                   Registry, Estates, Family court; and Provisioning; Manage the Performance
                   Management System in the Office; Compile statistics to indicate performance
                   and trends; Manage finances at offices by complying with PFMA, DFI, and other
                   instructions issued from time to time by CFO; Manage and develop human
                   resources by maintaining discipline and resolving complaints and grievances;
                   Check all tasks performed by administrative staff on a daily basis;
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr TD Masemola  015 287 2025
APPLICATIONS   :   Separate applications must be made for each centre if applying for more than
                   one post and failure to do this will result in consideration given to the first choice
                   only. Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address:      The Regional Head, Department of Justice & Constitutional
                   Development, Private Bag x9526, Polokwane 0700 OR Physical address:
                   Reception area, Limpopo Regional Office, 92 Bok Street, Polokwane, 0700.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/48     :   FINANCE/PROVISIONING OFFICER REF: 54/09/LMP

SALARY         :   R145 920 – R169 410 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Master of the High Court: Polokwane
REQUIREMENTS   :   A Three year Bachelor’s Degree/National diploma in Finance; Two years
                   experience in administration and financial environment; Knowledge of PFMA,
                   Treasury Regulations and Public Sector Prescripts; Knowledge of BAS and
                   PERSAL. Skills and competencies: Report writing skills; Interpretation skills;
                   Analytical skills; Computer literacy (MS Office); Communication skills (verbal and
                   written); Problem solving skills.
DUTIES         :   Liaise with the budget coach with regard to finance matters related to the
                   Masters Offices; Collect and consolidate budget inputs for the Masters Office;
                   Coordinate the budget reviews (monthly , quarterly and annually); Render
                   assistance in monitoring of the budget; Capture statistics and generate reports
                   on financial statistics indicating performance; Oversee expenditure trends in
                   various offices; Issuing early warning reports; Table the financial reports of the
                   Masters Offices; Handle procurement related matters; Ensuring financial
                   compliance.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms. FP Mugivhi  015 291 4300
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address: The Deputy Master, Master of the High Court, Private Bag x9670,
                   Polokwane, 0700 OR Physical address: Reception area, Room Nr 105, Library
                   Gardens, Corner of Schoeman and Grobler Street, Polokwane, 0700
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/49     :   SENIOR COURT INTERPRETER REF: 55/09/LMP
                   Re-Advertisement (Applicants who previously applied need to re-apply as
                   previous applications will not be considered)

SALARY         :   R117 501 – R136 419 per annum (All inclusive). The successful candidate will
                   be required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   High Court, Thohoyandou
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 and or equivalent qualification; Three years relevant experience in
                   court interpreting; Valid driver’s license; Applications will be subjected to a
                   Language Test. Language required: English, Afrikaans, N. Sothe, Tsonga and



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                   Venda; Fluency in Zulu, Swazi and Shona would be an added advantage. Skills
                   and competencies: Computer literacy; Good communication (verbal and
                   written); Ability to work under pressure; Administration and organization skills;
                   Good interpersonal relations; Problem solving; Attention to detail.
DUTIES         :   Attend to personnel administration aspects; Interpret in Criminal Court, Civil
                   Court, Labour Court, quasi – judicial proceedings; Interpret during consultation;
                   Translate legal documents and exhibits; Record cases in criminal record book;
                   Keep Court records up to date; Perform any other duty that he/she may be
                   assigned to in terms of rationalization of functions by the office.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr Nxumalo LT  015 287 2080
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address:     The Regional Head, Department of Justice & Constitutional
                   Development, Private Bag x9526, Polokwane 0700 OR Physical address:
                   Reception area, Limpopo Regional Office, 92 Bok Street, Polokwane, 0700.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/50     :   ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER: CHILD JUSTICE REF: 56/09/LMP

SALARY         :   R117 501 – R136 419 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Regional Office: Limpopo (Polokwane)
REQUIREMENTS   :   A Degree in law or paralegal-qualification; Three years diploma or degree in
                   Social Sciences will be an added advantage; At least one year relevant
                   experience; Knowledge of the functioning of the Criminal Justice Forum; A valid
                   code EB drivers’ license. Skills and Competencies:              Good communication
                   (verbal and written); Computer literacy (MS Office); Research ability; Monitoring
                   and evaluation skills; Interpersonal relations and problem solving skills; Ability to
                   work under pressure.
DUTIES             Act as a Secretariat for the Provincial Child Justice Forum; Gather and analyze
                   statistics or information related to children awaiting train in Correctional Centers’,
                   Places of Safety, Holding Cells and other matters related thereto in the Province;
                   Liaise with different stakeholders (Judiciary, Department of Social Development,
                   Correctional Services, Prosecution, NGO’s, Legal Aid and Police) on matters
                   relating to Child Justice for fast-tracking of such cases within the Criminal Justice
                   process; Compile monthly reports to the National Inter-Social Child Justice
                   Steering Committee and Provincial Justice, Crime Prevention and Security
                   Cluster; Co-ordinate all activities relating Child Justice.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr TD Masemola  015 287 2025
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address:       The Regional Head, Department of Justice & Constitutional
                   Development, Private Bag x9526, Polokwane 0700 or Physical address:
                   Reception area, Limpopo Regional Office, 92 Bok Street, Polokwane, 0700.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/51     :   CHIEF ACCOUNTING CLERK REF: 57/09/LMP

SALARY         :   R117 501 – R136 419 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Regional Office, Limpopo
REQUIREMENTS   :   A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification or Grade 12 with ten years
                   relevant experience; Two years experience in financial environment; Knowledge
                   of DFI, PFMA and Treasury regulations will be an advantage; A valid drivers’
                   license will be an added advantage. Skills and Competencies: Computer
                   literacy (MS Office); Excellent Communication Skills (verbal and written); Good
                   interpersonal relations and problem solving skills; Ability to work under pressure
                   and work independently.
DUTIES         :   Co-ordinate and monitor the submission of Justice Deposit Account System
                   (JDAS), MMT and Bank Reconciliations in respect of monies in trust; Capture
                   and consolidate MMT and Bank Reconciliation statements received from sub-
                   offices; Entertain JDAS operational problems and interpret financial prescripts;
                   Analyse all audit enquiries received as well as inspection reports in order to
                   identify existing problems in the execution of financial duties in the region;
                   Facilitate training needs and arrange training; Maintain and monitor signing
                   arrangements in sub-offices; Perform ad-hoc tasks from time to time.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr TD Masemola  015 287 2025
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address:      The Regional Head, Department of Justice & Constitutional
                   Development, Private Bag x9526, Polokwane 0700 OR Physical address:
                   Reception area, Limpopo Regional Office, 92 Bok Street, Polokwane, 0700.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009



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POST 34/52     :   ADMIN OFFICER: GENERAL ADMINISTRATION REF 58/09/LMP

SALARY         :   R117 501 – R136 419 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Regional Office, Limpopo
REQUIREMENTS   :   Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualifications or Grade 12 with at least ten years
                   experience; Knowledge in record/archive management, library accommodation,
                   switchboard, performance management, Government transport and fleet
                   management; A valid code B drivers’ license will be an added advantage. Skills
                   and Competencies: Computer literacy (MS Office); Excellent communication
                   skills (written and verbal); Understanding of the PFMA, DFI and other related
                   prescripts; Problem solving; Ability to work under pressure and deliver
                   according to tight deadlines; Ability to work individually and within a team;
                   Sound organizing and planning skills; Customer orientation; Proven managerial
                   and leadership
DUTIES         :   Monitor internal control measures to ensure compliance to prescripts; Gather and
                   prepare information, statistics and reports; Safekeeping of records and archives;
                   Receive, sort, dispatch and file documents; Train, monitor and report on staff
                   performance; Manage labour saving devices and departmental fleet.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr TD Masemola  015 287 2025
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address: The Regional Head, Department of Justice & Constitutional
                   Development, Private Bag x9526, Polokwane 0700 OR Physical address:
                   Reception area, Limpopo Regional Office, 92 Bok Street, Polokwane, 0700.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/53     :   PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION OFFICER (LOGISTICS AND DISPOSAL
                   MANAGEMENT) REF: 09/183/CFO

SALARY         :   R117 501 – R136 419 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   National Office, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Appropriate Bachelors degree/National Diploma or equivalent qualifications with
                   at least one year relevant experience in Logistics/Transport Management;
                   Knowledge of Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), Treasury Regulations
                   and other relevant prescripts; Knowledge of and relevant experience in
                   Government Transport matters is essential; Knowledge of the methods and
                   procedures of pool vehicle operations; Valid EB driver’s license essential and
                   ability to drive. Skills and Competencies: Good Organizational skills; Good
                   communication skills (written and verbal); Sound financial and budgeting skills;
                   Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel, e-mail and internet); Ability to gather data,
                   compile information and submit for decision-making; Willingness to work long
                   hours when required.
DUTIES         :   Ensure that GG/Departmental vehicles are maintained in a constant state of
                   roadworthiness, including the licensing of vehicles; Manage the daily recording of
                   the vehicle kilometer usage; Provide support to the Manager during daily
                   operations relating to transport matters; Ensure compliance on after hour usage
                   of vehicles; Ensure that the processing of log sheets for all Departmental
                   vehicles; Arrange servicing and maintenance of vehicles; Liaise with various
                   service provides and maintain vehicles register allocations; Assist the Manager
                   with the management of travel and accommodation services; Ensure that
                   delegated officials approve trip authorities before commencing on official trips;
                   Interact with external and internal stakeholders; Reconcile official kilometers with
                   the petrol consumption; Reconcile payment documents with approval for
                   payment purposes; Ensure that payments are made within 30 days of invoice
                   date; Ensure the update of asset register in respect of Departmental vehicles;
                   Assist the manager with compliance in respect of accidents and disposals of
                   vehicles; Assist various responsibilities with processes when procurement of
                   vehicles is required; Recording of and updating of records on
                   movement/procurement of GG vehicles; Ensure regular reporting on a monthly
                   basis to supervisor; Supervision of staff; Identify and report on possible
                   fraud/abuse of vehicles; Addressing of complaints and resolving problems
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr M Mugodo  (012) 357 8747
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address: The Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional
                   Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address:
                   Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329
                   Pretorius Street, Pretoria.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009




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POST 34/54     :   LIBRARIAN REF: NC/66/09

SALARY         :   R117 501 – R136 419 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   High Court, Kimberley
REQUIREMENTS   :   Bachelor’s degree or National Diploma in Library and Information Science or
                   relevant equivalent qualification; Minimum of one year in a legal or high court
                   library experience or three years other library experience; Knowledge of and
                   experience in electronic information resources and online retrieval skills; Skills
                   and Competencies: Communication skills (verbal and written);Report writing
                   skills; Computer Literacy (MS Office, Internet and Inmagic); Research and
                   planning skills; Problem solving skills; Interpersonal relations; Creative and
                   analytical skills; Customer orientation;
DUTIES         :   Maintain adequate library literature and facilitate the procurement and payment
                   of goods and services; Maintenance of registers and library statistics on a daily
                   basis; Insert replacement pages in the loose leaf publications, indexing of journal
                   articles and compilation of bibliographies; Binding and noting of legal opinions
                   and indexing of bills; Serve on library committee and submission of minutes
                   thereof; Amendment of loose leaf publications and statutes; Conduct literature
                   searches on Sabinet, Internet, Jutastat and My LexisNexis to assist professional
                   staff; Supervise Librarian Assistant and manage all assets in the library; Handling
                   of enquiries and administrative duties..
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr J Tope  (053) 839 0060
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional
                   Head, Private Bag X6106, Kimberley, 8300. Applications can also be hand
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                   delivered to The New Public Building (Magistrate’s Court), 7 Floor, c/o Knight &
                   Stead Streets, Kimberley. Faxed application will not be considered.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/55     :   SENIOR COURT INTERPRETER REF: NC/28/09
                   Re-Advertisement (This is a re-advertisement, candidates who reviously apply
                   are encourage to re-apply)

SALARY         :   R117 501 – R136 419 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   High Court, Kimberley
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 or equivalent qualification; A Tertiary qualification will be an added
                   advantage; Two (2) to Five (5) years experience in court interpreting; Applicants
                   will be subjected to a language test; A valid driver’s licence will be an added
                   advantage. Skills and competencies: Computer literacy (MS Office); Accuracy
                   and attention to detail; Verbal and written communication skills; Ability to
                   maintain good interpersonal relations; Administration and organizational skills.
DUTIES         :   Interpret in Criminal Court, Civil Court, Labour Court, quasi-judicial proceedings;
                   Interpret during consultation; Translate legal documents and exhibits; Record
                   cases in criminal record book; Draw case records on request of the Magistrate
                   and prosecutors; Ensure that subordinates conclude performance agreements,
                   review performance and provide feedback to Court Interpreters; Ensure that
                   subordinates perform their duties in accordance with performance agreements;
                   Control and supervise Interpreters in small offices; Make arrangements for
                   foreign language interpreters in consultation with prosecution.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr J Tope  (053) 839 0060
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional
                   Head, Private Bag X6106, Kimberley, 8300. Applications can also be hand
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                   delivered to The New Public Building (Magistrate’s Court), 7 Floor, c/o Knight &
                   Stead Streets, Kimberley. Faxed application will not be considered.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/56     :   MAINTENANCE OFFICER REF: 59/08/LMP

SALARY         :   R89 727 – R153 360 per annum (in accordance with OSD MR1 – MR4). The
                   successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Magistrate Hlanganani
REQUIREMENTS   :   An LLB or equivalent qualification; Proficiency in at least two official languages;
                   A valid drivers’ license; Skills and Competencies: Computer literacy(MS Office);
                   Numeric skills; Work in pressured environment; Must be able to: Argue cases
                   in court and have experience and knowledge of legal proceedings; Conduct
                   legal research that will provide information and case law relevant to the legal
                   matter at hand and present motivation/proposals on how the specific case should
                   be approached to obtain a desirable/justifiable outcome/result;          Draft legal
                   documents that provide clear motivation/justification for a particular position



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                   pertaining to the case; also decide on the approach to be followed to ensure
                   success in this regard; Preside over an arbitration matter, consider legal
                   arguments, and make an award that is legally justifiable; Mediate a dispute by
                   identifying issues, developing options, considering alternatives and advising on
                   the process of mediation; Conciliate a dispute by advising on the content of the
                   dispute or the outcome of its resolution suggesting terms of a settlement and
                   advice on a likely settlement; Successfully conduct an interview in order to
                   determine the client’s goals and objectives; Advise the client of possible courses
                   of action with reference to the clients’ instruction and legal entitlements;
                   Document the interview/advice given.
DUTIES         :   Perform functions of Maintenance Officer in terms of the Act;                Guide
                   maintenance investigators in performance of their duties; Gather financial
                   information for the purposes of Maintenance enquiries; Conduct proceedings in
                   Maintenance Court; Implement Bench Orders;
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr TD Masemola  015 287 2025
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address:      The Regional Head, Department of Justice & Constitutional
                   Development, Private Bag x9526, Polokwane 0700 OR Physical address:
                   Reception area, Limpopo Regional Office, 92 Bok Street, Polokwane, 0700.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/57     :   PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE DEPUTY MASTER REF: 60/09/LMP

SALARY         :   R76 194 – R89 346 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign
                   a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Master of the High Court: Polokwane
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 (with typing as a subject or Secretarial Certificate or any other
                   training/qualification that will enable the person to perform the work satisfactory);
                   Skills and Competencies: Knowledge of Financial Provisioning and/or Human
                   Resource administration procedure and processes; Knowledge of procedure and
                   processes applied in Office Management; Understating of confidentiality in
                   Government; Planning and organization; Intermediary typing skills; Computer
                   Literacy(MS Office) Software packages, Microsoft outlook and Power Point;
                   Excellent Communication (verbal and written); Good interpersonal relations and
                   customer service orientation; Usage of office equipments; Good filing skills.
DUTIES         :   Administer an on-line and physical diary of the Head of the Office; Plan and
                   schedule day to day tasks of the Head of the Office; Manage telephone calls and
                   convey messages; Organize meetings/ workshops/ conferences and functions;
                   Receive and attend visitors; Handle travel arrangements e.g. passport and
                   visas, accommodation, flights tickets, subsistence and travel claims, money
                   exchange and other tasks as directed by the Head of the Office; Accompany /
                   attend meetings with the Deputy Master and compile minutes and reports;
                   Coordinate Units activities and reporting; Operate office equipment; Operate
                   office equipment like fax machines, photocopies, etc and ensures that it is in
                   good working order; Source information which may be of importance to the Head
                   of Office; Remains up to date with regard to prescripts/policies and procedures
                   applicable to ensure efficient and effective support to the manager; Draft routine
                   correspondence submissions, reports and other correspondence and notes;
                   Keep a complex document filing and retrieval system.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms. FP Mugivhi  015 291 4300
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address: The Deputy Master, Master of the High Court, Private Bag x9670,
                   Polokwane, 0700 OR Physical address: Reception area, Room Nr 105, Library
                   Gardens, Corner of Schoeman and Grobler Street, Polokwane, 0700
CLOSING DATE   :   14 Septeber 2009

POST 34/58     :   SNR PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION CLERK REF: 61/09/LMP

SALARY         :   R64 410 - R74 772 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign
                   a performance agree.
CENTRE         :   Regional Office, Limpopo
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 or equivalent qualification; Relevant experience; Skills and
                   competencies: Good communication (verbal and written); Interpersonal relations;
                   Computer Literacy (MS Office); A code EB driver’s (code 8) license.
DUTIES         :   Perform a variety of administrative duties related to the core functions of the unit,
                   including departmental motor fleet, JYP, accommodation and transport services,
                   maintenance services, requesting of stationary and others;                   Provide
                   administrative support related to Asset management and Client Services;
                   Render support functions to the supervisory personnel of the unit through: taking




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                   minutes, filing, data capturing; processing contractor’s and consultants payments
                   and S&T claims.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr TD Masemola  015 287 2025
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address:      The Regional Head, Department of Justice & Constitutional
                   Development, Private Bag x9526, Polokwane 0700 OR Physical address:
                   Reception area, Limpopo Regional Office, 92 Bok Street, Polokwane, 0700.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/59     :   SNR ADMINISTRATION           CLERK:     GENERAL       ADMINISTRATION        REF:
                   62/09/LMP

SALARY         :   R64 410 - R74 772 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign
                   a performance agree.
CENTRE         :   Regional Office, Limpopo
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 or equivalent qualification; Relevant experience; Skills and
                   competencies:      Good communication (verbal and written); Interpersonal
                   relations; Computer Literacy (MS Office)
DUTIES         :   Handle routine work done at the Office; Deal with correspondence; Maintain
                   records; Filling; Apply Service and Treasury Instructions in terms of the Public
                   Finance Management Act (PFMA) and various other administrative duties;
                   Knowledge in record/archive management, library, accommodation, security and
                   switchboard
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr TD Masemola  015 287 2025
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address:      The Regional Head, Department of Justice & Constitutional
                   Development, Private Bag x9526, Polokwane 0700 OR Physical address:
                   Reception area, Limpopo Regional Office, 92 Bok Street, Polokwane, 0700.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/60     :   SENIOR ADMINISTRATION CLERK REF: NC/131/08
                   Re-Advertisement (This is a re-advertisement, candidates who previously apply
                   are encourage to re-apply)

SALARY         :   R64 410 – R74 772 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign
                   a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Magistrate’s Office Upington
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 or equivalent qualification; At least 6 months administrative experience;
                   Computer literacy (MS Office); Accuracy and attention to detail; Verbal and
                   written communication skills; Good interpersonal relations; Problem Solving.
DUTIES         :   Handle routine work at the office; Deal with correspondence; Maintain records;
                   Apply Public Service and Treasury Instructions in terms of the Public Finance
                   Management Act (PFMA) and various other administrative duties.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr J Tope  (053) 839 0060
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional
                   Head, Private Bag X6106, Kimberley, 8300. Applications can also be hand
                                                                                th
                   delivered to The New Public Building (Magistrate’s Court), 7 Floor, c/o Knight &
                   Stead Streets, Kimberley. Faxed application will not be considered.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009

POST 34/61     :   DATA CAPTURER REF: NC/65/09

SALARY         :   R64 410 – R74 772 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign
                   a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Master of the High Court, Kimberley
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 or equivalent qualification; Two years experience in data capturing,
                   including experience in MS Access, Excel and Power Point; Computer literacy
                   (MS Office); Good communication skills (written and verbal); Interpersonal
                   skills; Ability to work under pressure; Numerical skills; Literacy; Accuracy and
                   attention to detail.
DUTIES         :   Collect Files from Groups; Register files collected; Capture/ update files from
                   the different groups; Open new files; Trace missing files of Magistrate (fast
                   tracking); Type correspondence for the Assistant and Deputy Master; Keep
                   weekly and monthly statistics of files attended to.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr J Tope  (053) 839 0060
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional
                   Head, Private Bag X6106, Kimberley, 8300. Applications can also be hand
                                                                                 th
                   delivered to The New Public Building (Magistrate’s Court), 7 Floor, c/o Knight &
                   Stead Streets, Kimberley. Faxed application will not be considered.
CLOSING DATE   :   14 September 2009



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                                                                                                  ANNEXURE H

                                      DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR
 The Department of Labour is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. The employment decision
                  shall be informed by the Employment Equity Plan of the Department.

APPLICATIONS             :     The Provincial Executive Manager: P O Box 940 Durban 4000
CLOSING DATE             :     07 September 2009
NOTE                     :     The successful candidate will be expected to sign a performance agreement.
                               Code EB driver’s license If you have not been contacted within 8 weeks after the
                               closing date of this advertisement, please consider your application to be
                               unsuccessful. Please take note that all qualifications are subject to verification.
                               All shortlisted candidates will be subjected to a security clearance. No faxes will
                               be accepted.

                                              OTHER POST

POST 34/62               :     EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PRACTITIONER II REFERENCE NO: HR 4/4/5/41

SALARY                   :     Commencing: R145 920 per annum All inclusive: R 200 329 per annum
CENTRE                   :     Provincial Directorate: KwaZulu-Natal / Richards Bay Labour Centre
REQUIREMENTS             :     Matric or equivalent qualification and one to two years relevant experience and
                               one year supervisory experience. Knowledge: Departmental policies and
                               procedures, Departmental policies and procedures Specific knowledge of labour
                               legislation (LRA, BCEA, SDLA, SDA, UIA, OHSA, EEA and COIDA) General
                               Knowledge of the Public Service Regulations, 2001, White Paper on Human
                               Resources Management, White Paper on Transformation on Public Service
                               Management and Budgeting Reforms, White Paper on Training and
                               Development and Batho Pele principles. Skills: Interpersonal relations, computer,
                               decision making and communication skills.
DUTIES                   :     Supervising and managing auxiliary services Handle contract administration
                               Screening and processing claims and/or travel requests in terms of Departmental
                               Transport Policy and financial regulations. Preparing executive summaries of
                               documents directed to the provincial office. Conducting necessary research and
                               investigation queries for business units/Labour Centres. Following up on reports,
                               enquiries and submissions to be submitted to the Provincial Office with certain
                               time frames. Arranging meetings and providing secretarial support with regarding
                               to meetings held at Provincial Level Developing and managing follow up systems
                               on all assignments Facilitating and safe keeping of documents filed for easy
                               reference.




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                                                                                        ANNEXURE I

                    DEPARTMENT OF MINERAL RESOURCES

APPLICATIONS    :   The Director-General, Department of Mineral Resources, Private Bag X59,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms E Lethole / Mr H Marakalala
CLOSING DATE    :   11 September 2009
NOTE            :   Applications should be on Z83, signed and dated and must be accompanied by a
                    comprehensive CV, and certified copies of qualifications as well as ID.
                    Confirmation of final appointment will be subject to a positive security clearance.
                    Due to the large number of responses anticipated, correspondence will be limited
                    to short listed candidates only. Short listed candidates will be contacted within
                    three weeks after the closing date. Applicants who have not been contacted
                    during this period may regard their applications as unsuccessful.

                                  OTHER POSTS

POST 34/63      :   MINERAL LAWS OFFICER

SALARY          :   R117 501 per annum
CENTRE          :   Klerksadorp
REQUIREMENTS    :   A four year Law degree or equivalent qualification and Code eight (8) drivers
                    licence. PLUS the following key competencies: Knowledge of: Basic principles
                    of Law of Contract Interpretation of Statutes and Law of Property, Mineral and
                    Petroleum Resources Development Act 2002 (28 of 2002) and Repealed Mineral
                    Act, 50 of 1991, Mineral and Petroleum Tittles Mineral, Act, 24 of 2003,
                    Knowledge of the appropriate policies of the Department in relation to minerals
                    and mining, Industry, Commitment to redistribution of Mineral wealth, Black
                    Economic Empowerment, women, Empowerment in mining and general
                    transformation, To the entire mining industry, Skills: Computer Literacy, Good
                    organizational skills, Sound Planning and organizational skills, Good
                    interpersonal skills, Sound written and verbal communication Communication:
                    Sound written and verbal communication, Creativity Ability to be proactive,
                    innovative and effective. Recommendation/Note: Ability to work under pressure
                    and beyond official hours.
DUTIES          :   Process applications in terms of the MPRDA , Draft submission to the Director
                    General and Ministerial in terms of the MPRDA,, Rendering services at the Help
                    Desk to assist clients with regard to requirements of the Act, Conduct inspections
                    in respect of rights issued and illegal mining, Attend meetings and workshops to
                    deliver presentation to stakeholders on mining related matters.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr. D. Ledwaba  (018) 487 9830

POST 34/64      :   ADMIN CLERK: SUPPLIER ADMINISTRATION

SALARY          :   R76 194 per annum
CENTRE          :   Head Office
REQUIREMENTS    :   A Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification in SCM/Demand and
                    acquisition/Procurement or any related field of study, with relevant experience.
                    Recommendation: Knowledge of administrative office management and
                    administration processes including filling and correspondence. Disability: Person
                    in wheelchair can also apply. PLUS the following key competencies:
                    Knowledge of: PFMA, SCM, PPPFA and its regulations Skills: Numeric
                    skills, Computer skills, Analytical skills, Communication: Excellent written &
                    verbal Communication, Good interpersonal relations at all levels Creativity:
                    Self-driven, Ability to work under pressure.
DUTIES          :   Receive and interpret user specification to ensure clarity of needs, Search
                    relevant suppliers on the database, Obtain quotations from suppliers, verify
                    supplier, information and update of database, File supplier documentations and
                    compile order request.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms N Mnyamana  012 317 8242




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                                                                                                    ANNEXURE J

                                OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
 The Office of the Public Service Commission is an equal opportunity, representative employer. It sees itself
as an employer that embraces and promotes representivity (race, gender and disability) in the Public Service
       through the filling of positions. Candidates whose appointment/transfer/promotion will promote
 representivity will therefore receive preference. Persons with disability are especially encouraged to apply.
      An indication of representivity profile by applicants will expedite the processing of applications.

APPLICATIONS               :     Forward your application, stating the relevant reference number to: The Director-
                                 General, Office of the Public Service Commission, Private Bag X121, Pretoria,
                                 0001
FOR ATTENTION              :     Ms A West
CLOSING DATE               :     18 September 2009
NOTE                       :     Applications must be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service
                                 department and should be accompanied by a comprehensive CV and certified
                                 copies of qualifications and ID document. Successful candidates will be required
                                 to undergo security clearance and reference checking. It is the applicant’s
                                 responsibility to ensure that foreign qualifications are evaluated by the South
                                 African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). No faxed applications will be considered.
                                 Correspondence will be limited to successful candidates only. If you have not
                                 been contacted within 3 months after the closing date of this advertisement,
                                 please accept that your application was unsuccessful

                                               OTHER POSTS

POST 34/65                 :     DEPUTY DIRECTOR: EXTERNAL COMMUNICATION (REF: DD/EC/09)
                                 This is a re-advertisement; candidates who previously applied for this post are
                                 welcomed to re-apply if they are still interested

SALARY                     :     All inclusive remuneration package of R 407 745 per annum (This remuneration
                                 package consist of a basic salary, the State’s contribution to the Government
                                 Employees Pension Fund and a flexible portion that may be structured in terms
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                                 of applicable rules. The flexible portion can be structured for a 13 cheque, home
                                 owner allowance and medical aid. The successful candidate will be required to
                                 enter into a performance agreement within three months after assumption of
                                 duty.
CENTRE                     :     Head Office, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS               :     A relevant recognised three year degree/diploma in Journalism, Communication
                                 or Public Relations; • Experience gained from a communication/media
                                 environment or related field; • Clear understanding of and/or experience in the
                                 creative and technical processes of gathering, packaging and disseminating
                                 information; • Well developed oral, writing, research and analytical skills; •
                                 Dynamic, motivated, creative self-starter capable of working with little
                                 supervision; • Hands-on team-player with good people skills; • Computer literacy;
                                 • A background in external communication; • Experience in project management
                                 and presentation skills; • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines; • A
                                 valid driver’s licence and willingness to travel.
DUTIES                     :     Key Performance Areas: •Participate in the development and implementation of
                                 the communication strategy; • Manage a media monitoring and analysis system; •
                                 Research, draft and issue press releases; • Co-ordinate and organise press
                                 conferences, interviews and other media events; • Draft opinion pieces for
                                 placement in various publications; • Provide technical and professional advice to
                                 the organisation on media production; • Manage the production of the PSC
                                 Magazine/Journals; • Market the organisation through appropriate external
                                 communication tools; • Liaise with suppliers regarding the printing of the
                                 organisation’s publications; • Manage the maintenance of the organisation’s
                                 website (content and visuals) • Co-ordinate compilation and controls of the Sub-
                                 directorate: External communication’s budget; • Supervise support staff.
ENQUIRIES                  :     Mr. H Ramafoko Tel. (012) 352 1196
APPLICATIONS               :     Forward your application, stating the relevant reference number to: The Director-
                                 General, Office of the Public Service Commission, Private Bag X121, Pretoria,
                                 0001.
FOR ATTENTION              :     Ms A West
CLOSING DATE               :     18 September 2009

POST 34/66                 :     DEPUTY DIRECTOR: HoD EVALUATIONS (REF: DD/HoDE/09)
                                 This is a re-advertisement. Candidates who previously applied for this post are
                                 welcomed to re-apply if they are still interested




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SALARY         :   An all inclusive remuneration package of R407 745 per annum. (This package
                   consists of a basic salary, the states’ contribution to the Government Employees
                                                                                           th
                   Pension Fund and a flexible portion that may be structured for a 13 cheque,
                   home owner allowance and medical aid).
CENTRE         :   Head Office: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   An appropriate bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification, experience in the
                   field of Performance Management and Conditions of Service; Sound project
                   management skills; Extensive research and analytical skills; Presentation,
                   communication (verbal and written) and report-writing skills Ability to
                   communicate at senior level, financial management, attention to detail,
                   supervisory and management skills; Computer literacy; Knowledge of
                   organizational performance assessment will be an added advantage. Note: A
                   valid driver’s licence and willingness to travel are essential.
DUTIES         :   Provide administrative support in managing and reviewing the performance of
                   HoDs during their entire performance evaluation process; Develop, implement
                   and manage the organizational performance assessment framework; Conduct
                   impact analysis on organizational performance; Compile and present reports on
                   individual and organisational performance; Conduct research into areas related
                   to the performance of senior managers and organisations; Supervise staff.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms Balungile Mbanda Tel (012) 352-1014




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                                                                                                    ANNEXURE K

                     DEPARTMENT OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND LAND REFORM
The Department reserves the right not to appoint any applicant in this position. Persons with disabilities are
 encouraged to apply. The Suitable candidate will be selected with the intention of promoting representivity
 and achieving affirmative action targets as contemplated in the relevant component’s Employment Equity
                                                   Plan.

APPLICATIONS               :     Please forward your application, quoting the relevant reference number and the
                                 name of the publication in which you saw this advertisement, to: Quest, Private
                                 Bag X5, East Rand 1462, fax 086 516 5793 or e-mail: rhten@adcorp.co.za.
                                 Enquiries: Tel (011) 306 5202
CLOSING DATE               :     13 September 2009
NOTE                       :     Applications must be submitted on form Z 83, obtainable from any Public Service
                                 Department and should be accompanied by a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae
                                 (previous experience must be comprehensively detailed) and certified copies of
                                 qualifications, service certificates and identification document. Applicants with
                                 foreign qualifications must submit a SAQA evaluation report on the qualification.
                                 Non-SA citizens must attach a certified copy of proof of permanent residence in
                                 South Africa. Applicants must also provide the full names, addresses and
                                 telephone numbers of at least three referees. Failure to submit the requested
                                 documents may result in your application not being considered (Applications
                                 lacking evidence of relevant experience will not be considered). If you apply for
                                 more than one post in the Department, please submit separate application forms
                                 for each post. Applicants will be expected to be available for selection interviews
                                 at a time, date and place as determined by the Department. The candidate would
                                 be expected to complete a competency based assessment. Applications will not
                                 be considered after the closing date. Correspondence will be entered into with
                                 short listed candidates only. Applicants are requested to use the template CV as
                                 published      on    the    Departmental      Intranet    and    on     http://www.
                                 ruraldevelopment.gov.za

                                                OTHER POST

POST 34/67                 :     CHIEF DEEDS REGISTRATION CLERK (Reference: S8/3/2009/557)

SALARY                     :     R94 326 per annum
CENTRE                     :     Office Of The Registrar Of Deeds: Kimberley
REQUIREMENTS               :     An appropriate Bachelor’s degree/diploma or equivalent qualification, plus A
                                 Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or equivalent qualification. * Computer literacy. *
                                 Knowledge of the Deeds Office functions will be an added advantage. * Good
                                 communication and interpersonal skills. * Numeracy and accuracy skills. * In
                                 depth knowledge of utilisation of software packages.
DUTIES                     :     The successful candidate will be responsible for scanning of records for archiving
                                 purposes. * Scanning of Deeds and documents. * Verification of deeds and
                                 documents. * Check microfilms. * Image writing to film. * Processing of films
NOTE                       :     African females, white males, coloured males and Indian males are encouraged
                                 to apply




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                                                                                                      ANNEXURE L

                                   DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  It is our intention to promote representivity (race, gender and disability) in the Public Service through the
 filling of this post and candidates whose transfer / promotion/ appointment will promote representivity will
                                               receive preference.

APPLICATIONS               :      The Director General, Department of Social Development, Private Bag X901,
                                  Pretoria, 0001, Physical Address: HSRC Building, 134 Pretorius Street
FOR ATTENTION              :      Ms J Malala
CLOSING DATE               :      25 September 2009
NOTE                       :


                                  indication in this
                                  must please note that they will be required to show proof of original qualifications

                                                             ve not been contacted within three months after the
                                  closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was

                                  evaluated by the South African Qualification
                                  candidates must be prepared to undergo competency assessment. “The
                                  Department of Social Development supports people with disabilities”

                                                OTHER POSTS

POST 34/68                 :      DEPUTY DIRECTOR: GENDER FOCAL POINT
                                  Directorate: Gender Focal Point

SALARY                     :      R344 052 per annum This inclusive remuneration package consists of a basic
                                  salary, the states’ contribution to the Government Employees Pension Fund and
                                  a flexible portion that may be structured i.t.o. the applicable rules.
CENTRE                     :      Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS               :      A Bachelors Degree in Social Science or Development Studies (or an equivalent
                                  qualification) plus credible experience in the field of social development or

                                  Sector and Civil Socie


                                                                                dge and understanding of
                                  the concept of Gender and Gender mainstreaming. Competencies needed:



                                                                                                              -solving
                                                                        Attributes:

                                                                                  ccurate and an eye for detail.

DUTIES                     :      Key Responsibilities:
                                  research, budgeting processes and prog

                                  mainstreaming and compliance to Regional and International Instruments
                                  including Beijing Platform of Action, CEDAW, AU Protocol, Dakar Platform of
                                  Action, SADC Gender and Development Protocol and the National Framework


                                  Gender mainstreaming in all the Departmental policies, plans, programmes and

                                                           -based research.
ENQUIRIES                  :      Ms. S. Shongwe 012 312-7772

POST 34/69                 :      ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: IMPACT EVALUATION AND COORDINATION
                                  Directorate: Impact Assessment

SALARY                     :      R174 243 per annum
CENTRE                     :      Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS               :      A Bachelors Degree in Social Science (or equivalent qualification) PLUS credible
                                  experience in Monitoring and Evaluation field and/or research related to social




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                   the development field will be an added advantage. Competencies needed:

                   understanding of research design, implementation, analysis and dissemination.




                                           Attributes:

DUTIES         :   Key Responsibilities:                 the design of an impact evaluation plan and

                   impact evaluation studies for programmes in the Department of Social
                                                                                      f

                   evaluation studies in collaboration with Monitoring Directorate to identify
                   indicators and maximize monitoring and evaluation processes efficiently.
                                                 valuation projects on a regular basis.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms D Ababio 012 312- 7614

POST 34/70     :   SENIOR SECRETARY GRADE III
                   Directorate: Gender Focal Point

SALARY         :   R94 326 per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 or equivalent Certificate           PLUS credible experience in         the

                   undergo a computer literacy/typing test and a test to assess written
                   communication skills.                               Planning and organising skills.
                     Ability to interpret directives.   Interpersonal skills.    Problem solving skills.
                     Typing skills.        Communication (written and verbal) skills.              Cost
                   consciousness. Knowledge of document tracking, storage and retrieval. MS
                   Office Suite.         Knowledge of filing systems.             Telephone etiquette.
                     Knowledge of provisioning administration prescripts. Personal attributes:
                     Friendly.     Confident.     Accurate.   Adaptable.      Independent.    Ability to
                   work under pressure and to cope with a high workload.
DUTIES         :   Key Responsibilities: Answer the telephone, make telephone calls on behalf of
                   the senior manager and canalise telephone calls to the relative unit.       Receive
                   clients or visitors. Arrange meetings, workshops and appointments and provide
                   administrative support.       Manage the diary of the senior manager. Arrange
                   journeys and accommodation and compile and submit subsistence and travel
                   claims.     Scan, manage and draft correspondence, documentation, supporting
                   registers and filing. Facilitate inputs for parliamentary questions. Take notes,
                   keep minutes and do typing.         Co-ordinate financial inputs as well as human
                   resource management and human resource development matters.                  Act as
                   Chief User Clerk.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms S. Shongwe 012 312-7772

POST 34/71     :   SENIOR PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION CLERK (TRANSIT)
                   Directorate: Supply Chain Management

SALARY         :   R64 410 per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :
                   LOGIS, BAS procurement process, PPPFA, PFMA and Treasury Regulations.

                                                  ly Chain Management framework. Competencies
                                Communication (written, verbal and liaison) skills.     Planning and
                   organising skills.   Interpersonal skills.   Problem solving skills.    Computer
                   literacy.   Analytical skills.   Business Ethics. Administrative skills Personal
                   attributes: Accurate and complaint.        Ability to work under pressure and to
                   cope with a high workload.         Ability to work in a team.         Self starter.
                      Trustworthy.
DUTIES         :   Key Responsibilities: Attend to enquiries pertaining to payments. Capture
                   invoices on the systems using selection FIIN. Capture payments on the
                   systems. Sort out invoices and draw correct orders from files. Request new or
                   updated banking details from suppliers.          Keep records of payments and
                   monthly statistics. Follow-up on outstanding payments from filing system.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr. M.P. Mulaudzi 012 312-7034




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                                                                                                      ANNEXURE M

                                       STATISTICS SOUTH AFRICA
Stats SA endeavours to promote the careers of previously disadvantaged persons by applying the principles
                       of appropriate legislation, e.g. Employment Equity Act, 1998

APPLICATIONS              :     Applications can be forwarded by  Posting to: The Recruitment Manager,
                                Private Bag X 44, Pretoria, 0001 or placing in the Application Boxes at the
                                Andries and Vermeulen Street entrances at our Head Office.
CLOSING DATE              :     11 September 2009
NOTE                      :     Person Profile: This position will suit a person with excellent interpersonal, report
                                writing and negotiation skills • Strong technical and analytical skills in Statistics •
                                Ability to work under pressure, meet deadline, work independently and as part of
                                the team.

                                               OTHER POSTS

POST 34/72                :     TEAM LEADERS: NSS REGISTERS (REF NO: 179/08/009)
                                (1 permanent position in the Executive Division: National Statistics System, Head
                                Office, Pretoria)

SALARY                    :     R407 745 All inclusive remuneration Package per annum
REQUIREMENTS              :     A relevant Postgraduate qualification in Statistics or Mathematical Statistics •
                                Experience in health, housing or labour statistics would be an advantage •
                                Experience in survey design and analysis of complex survey data, execution and
                                analysis of large datasets • Experience in the quality aspects of data and
                                reporting of statistical results • Good working knowledge of statistical packages
                                including SAS, STATA and SPSS • Knowledge of relevant government policies.
DUTIES                    :     Key Performance Areas: • Review registers and datasets of government
                                departments to improve their quality and coverage in order to strengthen their
                                potential as sustainable sources of official statistics • Compile quality assessment
                                reports for feedback to government departments whose data have been received
                                • Provide descriptive and advanced statistical analysis of datasets, including
                                computation of some of the indicators and indices for the National Compendium
                                of Indicators and Millennium Development Goals • Support the process of
                                certifying data sets of other departments in line with the South African Statistical
                                Quality Assessment Framework (SASQAF) regulations • Provide technical
                                statistical support to government departments • Compile reports based on
                                analysis and certification processes.

POST 34/73                :     TEAM LEADER: MEASUREMENTS, STANDARDS AND CAPACITY
                                ASSESSMENT (REF NO: 180/08/009)
                                (1 permanent position in the Executive Division: National Statistics System, Head
                                Office, Pretoria)

SALARY                    :     R407 745 All inclusive remuneration Package per annum
REQUIREMENTS              :     A relevant Postgraduate qualification in Statistics or Mathematical Statistics •
                                Experience in the development of standards would be an advantage •
                                Demonstrable expertise in all aspects of survey design, especially multistage
                                (complex) sampling and considerable experience in the analysis of complex
                                survey data • Commitment to high level of data quality and experience in the
                                reporting of quality aspects of data and statistical results • Good working
                                knowledge of statistical packages including SAS, STATA and SPSS. •Knowledge
                                of relevant government policies.
DUTIES                    :     Key Performance Areas: • Provide technical support to government departments
                                in all aspects of survey design in the social and/or economic surveys and drafting
                                survey proposals • Follow methodological development among other data
                                producing agencies and advice on best practice • Contribute to review of
                                advanced statistical techniques and methods such as imputation, projecting and
                                forecasting models, development of frames and maintenance • Develop
                                documentation and test good measurement practices • Oversee data quality
                                evaluation by developing quality standards and guidelines for sectoral statistics in
                                line with South African Statistical Quality Assessment Framework (SASQAF)
                                regulations • Responsible for facilitating capacity audit of government
                                departments with regards to statistical skills; policy analysis; infrastructure;
                                equipment and software • Facilitating the evaluation of the effectiveness of the
                                statistical programs implemented in government departments.
ENQUIRIES                 :     Phikisile Dlamini on (012) 336 0158




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                                                                                                    ANNEXURE N

                          PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: EASTERN CAPE
                          DEPARTMENT OF ROADS AND ROADS & ROADS
  The Department of Roads & Transport is an equal affirmative action employer, females and people with
                                disabilities are encouraged to apply.

APPLICATIONS             :     The Superintendent - General, Department of Roads and Transport, Private Bag
                               X0023, Bhisho, 5605. Hand delivered applications can be submitted at office
                               No.A42, 39 Cowan Close, Stellenbosch Park, Schornville, King Williamstown.
NOTE                     :     Applications must be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service
                               department, and should be accompanied by certified copies of qualifications, ID
                               document and a comprehensive CV. No facsimile or e-mailed applications will be
                               accepted. Candidates may be subjected to competency test and security
                               clearance.

                                       MANAGEMENT ECHELON

POST 34/74               :     GENERAL MANAGER (REF. E45072)
                               Component: Roads

SALARY                   :     An all inclusive remuneration package of R746 181 p.a. This includes a basic
                               salary (60% of package) and a flexible portion (40% of package) that may be
                               structured in terms of applicable rules. The successful candidate will be expected
                               to sign a Performance Agreement.
CENTRE                   :     King Williamstown
REQUIREMENTS             :     A BSc or Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent Qualification with
                               at least 10 years relevant experience. Registration or eligibility to register with
                               Engineering Council of South Africa as Professional Engineer/Technologist. Valid
                               driver’s licence. Skills: Computer literacy in MS Word, Power Point, Excel, MS
                               Project. Good verbal and written communication skills. Proven applied policy
                               Development, implementation and monitoring and evaluation skills. Proven
                               applied resource management skills, including among others team and people
                               management skills. Proven applied conflict resolution skills. Proven self-
                               management ability. Proven applied diversity management skills. Proven applied
                               project management in a civil Engineering and transportation discipline.
DUTIES                   :     Ensure the achievement of Chief directorate’s strategic and operational
                               objectives pertaining to: *programme support* planning and design* construction*
                               maintenance projects and contract management services* mechanical fleet
                               support Fulfill all delegated responsibilities linked to the portfolio of the General
                               Manager. Establish, implement and maintain appropriate management systems
                               in order to meet performance expectations. Facilitate service delivery within the
                               department in line with the transformation imperatives in the Eastern Cape
                               Province. Fulfill all statutory responsibilities linked to the post of a General
                               Manager. Develop and implement the business plan for the Chief Directorate in
                               line with the strategic plan of the Department. Negotiate, monitor and evaluate
                               public private partnership agreements for roads- based transport infrastructure
                               projects.
ENQUIRIES                :     Miss Notyesi 043 6047 458.
CLOSING DATE             :     11 September 2009

                                              OTHER POST

POST 34/75               :     STATE ACCOUNTANT (REF.59399)
                               Component: Loss Control

SALARY                   :     R117 501 per annum
CENTRE                   :     King Williamstown
REQUIREMENTS             :     A grade 12 certificate or equivalent qualification with three year’s relevant
                               experience or an appropriate B degree /diploma in Internal Auditing/Accounting
                               with at least three year’s relevant experience. Knowledge of asset management
                               principles. Background in the loss control environment will be an added
                               advantage. Computer literacy (MS Word, MS Excel & MS PowerPoint). Good
                               communication and report writing skills.
DUTIES                   :     Keep an updated loss control register containing all pertinent information
                               regarding the reported losses/claims/damages. Conduct thorough investigations
                               of all loss control cases and make necessary recommendations. Liaise with
                               districts to ensure that their loss control registers are updated and forwarded to
                               the head office monthly. Ensure that at the end of the financial year all lost and




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                   damaged items are itemised and written off in a prescribed manner. Undertake
                   any other tasks as directed by the Manager: Internal Control Services.
ENQUIRIES      :   Miss Notyesi: 043 6047458
CLOSING DATE   :   04 September 2009

POST 34/76     :   INTERNAL AUDITOR (REF.E56756)
                   Component: Internal Control Services

SALARY         :   R117 501 per annum
CENTRE         :   King Williamstown
REQUIREMENTS   :   An appropriate Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualifications with Auditing. At
                   least 1-2 years of experience in risk management or auditing. Sound
                   interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written). Computer Literacy.
                   Ability to work as a team and under pressure. Knowledge of Risk Management
                   processes and techniques. Knowledge of legislation pertaining to risk
                   management. A valid driver’s license and willing to travel.
DUTIES         :   Conduct risk assessments to identify, assess and manage risks at regular
                   intervals and develop risk management plan. Assist in the preparation of a three
                   year risk profile of the department. Conduct monthly reviews of accounting
                   documentation in the Departmental storage to ensure completeness of
                   supporting documentation to transactions, records and events. Conduct regular
                   audit to ensure that the department adheres to sound corporate governance
                   principles and compiles with all government regulations and satisfies all
                   legislative oversight requirements. Analyze, review and correct internal controls
                   for adequacy and effectiveness. Assist the supervisor in providing draft reports
                   containing informed and detailed recommendations to management on findings
                   at the end of each internal control related policies, procedures and other
                   prescripts.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr Ngoma Tel: 043 6047458
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009




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                                                                                                     ANNEXURE O

                               PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: FREE STATE
                                          PROVINCIAL TREASURY
 The Free State Provincial Treasury is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer. It is our intention to
 promote representativity (race, gender and disability) in the Department through the filling of this post and
candidates whose appointment/ promotion/transfer will promote representativity will receive preference. The
                   Department reserves the right not to fill any of the advertised post (s)

APPLICATIONS               :      Free State Provincial Treasury, Provincial Government Building, Room 431,
                                  Private Bag X20537, Bloemfontein, 9300
FOR ATTENTION              :      Ms MS Ramangoaela, Tel No: 051 405 4274
CLOSING DATE               :      07 September 2009
NOTE                       :      Directions to applicants: Applications must be submitted on form Z.83, obtainable
                                  from any Public Service Department and must be accompanied by certified
                                  copies of qualifications (passed subjects should be stipulated); driver’s license,
                                  identity document and a C.V. Applicants are requested to complete the Z83 form
                                  properly and in full. Qualification certificates must not be copies of certified
                                  copies. No e-mailed or faxed applications will be considered. Applications
                                  received after the closing date and those that do not comply with these
                                  instructions will not be considered. The onus is on the applicants to ensure that
                                  their applications are posted or hand delivered timeously. It is the applicant’s
                                  responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African
                                  Qualification Authority (SAQA). The successful candidate will be subjected to the
                                  verification of qualifications, reference checks, competency assessment, practical
                                  as well as a criminal record check. Applicants are respectfully informed that if no
                                  notification of appointment is received within 4 months of the closing date, they
                                  must accept that their application was unsuccessful.

                                          MANAGEMENT ECHELON

POST 34/77                 :      CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER REFERENCE NUMBER FSPT 033/09

SALARY                     :      R746 181-R905 538. Appointment will be on the first notch.
CENTRE                     :      Bloemfontein
REQUIREMENTS               :      A post graduate qualification with Accounting as a major subject. Appropriate
                                  management experience. Knowledge and understanding of the Public Service
                                  legal framework applicable to financial and supply chain management.
                                  Recommendations: Experience Public Sector financial reporting. Knowledge and
                                  understanding of cash management. Broad knowledge of the Public Finance
                                  Management Act (PFMA), Treasury Regulations, budgeting processes, Treasury
                                  functions and management of financial information. A valid driver’s license.
                                  Registration with relevant bodies will be an added advantage.
DUTIES                     :      Develop, implement and maintain appropriate mechanisms to timeously respond
                                  to the changing needs for financial information , the interpretation thereof and
                                  render technical advice to the Accounting Officer; Ensure that the financial
                                  resources and assets of the Department are utilized effectively and economically
                                  to realize the objectives of the strategic plan; Provide technical advice to line
                                  managers to ensure the equitable allocation, maintenance and effective
                                  utilization of resources in line with strategic objectives of the Department,
                                  legislative imperatives and good governance; Meet the reporting requirements
                                  and standards under the PFMA, Division of Revenue Act and financial
                                  statements; Ensure adequate internal financial control arrangements and
                                  systems for the accountable delegation of financial powers, assets security,
                                  monitoring and evaluation of early warning systems and timeous corrective
                                  action; Assist the Accounting Officer by applying cost benefit analysis principles
                                  to assure value for money; Oversee budgetary process within the Department,
                                  exercise budgetary control and provide early warning arrangements at a strategic
                                  level; Develop and facilitate the implementation of the Supply Chain
                                  Management System, consistent with legislative and other governance
                                  arrangements; Oversee the preparation and submission of the annual financial
                                  statements and liase with the Auditor General in this regard; Liase with relevant
                                  role players within National and Provincial Departments.
ENQUIRIES                  :      Dr. M Eugene Mokeyane Telephone: (051) 403 3066
NOTE                       :      Appointment is subject to vetting. Candidates will also be subject to a
                                  competency assessment as well as a practical test.




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                                                                                        ANNEXURE P

                    PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: GAUTENG
                     GAUTENG SHARED SERVICES CENTRE

APPLICATIONS    :   Gauteng Shared Service Centre, 75 Fox Street Johannesburg or posted to
                    Private Bag X 114, Marshalltown 2107 or contact the GSSC Call Centre on 355-
                    2222
CLOSING DATE    :   11 September 2009
NOTE            :   Applications must be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service
                    department, which must be completed in full. A certified copy of your Identity
                    Document and qualifications as well as a CV must be attached. The specific
                    reference number of the post must be quoted; failure to comply with these
                    instructions will disqualify applications from being processed. Please note that
                    applications without the post reference number will not be processed.

                                  OTHER POSTS

POST 34/78      :   TEAM LEADER: TALENT ATTRACTION SERVICES REF NO: 70061701
                    Directorate: Human Resource Services

SALARY          :   R174 243 - 210 489 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE          :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS    :   Relevant/Equivalent HR related diploma/degree. Intermediate computer literacy
                    in MS Office Suite, Public Sector experiences an advantage. Minimum 2 years
                    experience at supervisor level. Own transport preferred, valid drivers license.
                    Highly customer focused. Proven track record of innovation, problem solving,
                    decision making and sound business communication skills (written and verbal),
                    Ability to work under pressure, with flexibility and professionalism.
DUTIES          :   Functional management of Talent Attraction Services who provide: Advertising,
                    response handling, short listing qualification verification and advisory services to
                    the Province. Adherence to business unit operational plan, managing and
                    coaching a team of HR Practitioners and effective query resolution. Quality
                    assurance. Productivity and performance management. Produce and analyze
                    statistical reports Maintenance and improvement of database systems. Change
                    management.
ENQUIRIES       :   Nthabiseng Sekere, Tel No: (011) 355-9725

POST 34/79      :   MESSAGING ADMINISTRATOR REF NO: 70061702
                    Directorate: Technology Support Services
                    Person Profile: Decisive, Quality oriented, Innovative, team player, diversity
                    awareness, customer focused, flexible/ change oriented and cost conscious

SALARY          :   R 344 052 - 398 805 per annum (all inclusive packages)
CENTRE          :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS    :   Applicable relevant qualification. At least three years participation experience in
                    messaging administration. Some experience in a volume driven processing
                    centre environment will be an advantage.
DUTIES          :   Set messaging standards throughout GPG. Design, upgrade and implement
                    messaging structure. Provide messaging advice to Line Departments. Problem
                    resolution. Monitoring and maintaining of the messaging structure. Messaging
                    standards and norms within GPG. Messaging structure plan and implementation.
                    Best practice documentation. Messaging structure advice. Develop messaging
                    standards.
ENQUIRIES       :   Rina van der Walt, Tel No: (011) 689-6601

               DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

APPLICATIONS    :   Gauteng Shared Service Centre, 75 Fox Street Johannesburg or posted to
                    Private Bag X 114, Marshalltown 2107 or contact the GSSC Call Centre on 355-
                    2222
CLOSING DATE    :   11 September 2009
NOTE            :   Applications must be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service
                    department, which must be completed in full. A certified copy of your Identity
                    Document and qualifications as well as a CV must be attached. The specific
                    reference number of the post must be quoted; failure to comply with these
                    instructions will disqualify applications from being processed. Please note that
                    applications without the post reference number will not be processed.




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                                 OTHER POSTS

POST 34/80     :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: HAST REF NO: 70061687
                   Directorate: HIV&AIDS, STI and TB

SALARY         :   R407 745 per annum (all inclusive packages)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg District Metro
REQUIREMENTS   :   Diploma/ Degree in nursing. Registered with SANC. Personnel and financial
                   management skills. Team builder. Networking, flexibility, computer skills.
                   Knowledge and experience of CCMT-ART program. Good coordination and
                   supervision skills.
DUTIES         :   Oversee the implementation of Comprehensive Care Management and
                   Treatment program in the district. Knowledge and experience in the
                   implementation of the business Plan for Conditional Grants. Sound knowledge of
                   HAST DORA indicators, PFMA and Project Management. Ensure implementation
                   of TB and HIV Collaboration in the district. Work closely with relevant
                   stakeholders including PEPFAR funded NGOs in implementation of ART
                   program. Provide support and guidance on HAST matters. Ensure monitoring
                   and evaluation of CCMT-ART program.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms N.S Mazibuko Tel No 011 694 3827
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/81     :   SENIOR SPECIALIST PSYCHIATRIST REF NO: 70061685
                   Directorate: Psychiatry: Child & Adolescent Unit

SALARY         :   R407 745 per annum (all inclusive packages)
CENTRE         :   Weskoppies Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   M MED (PSYCH) or equivalent. Certified Child Psychiatry (SA) or equivalent.
                   Registration with the HPCSA as a Child Psychiatrist.
DUTIES         :   Management and treatment of child and adolescent patients. Related
                   administrative and Medico Legal work. Assessment of criminal forensic
                   psychiatric observations. Training of pre- and post graduate students including
                   medical and other health care workers. Research appropriate to the field.
                   Outreach services. To testify as an expert witness in a Court of Law. General
                   management and administration.
ENQUIRIES      :   Prof PM. Joubert, Tel. No: (012) 319-9744
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/82     :   PRINCIPAL MEDICAL OFFICER (4 POSTS)
                   Directorate: Health Programs: HAST

SALARY         :   R344 052 per annum (all inclusive packages)
CENTRE         :   Zandspruitfontein REF NO: 70061731
                   Lenasia Clinic REF NO: 70061732
                   Itereleng Clinic REF NO: 70061733
                   Mandela Sisulu REF NO: 70061734
REQUIREMENTS   :   MBChb with clinical experience in PHC. Registration with HPCSA. Knowledge in
                   HIV/AIDS and ART program. Experience in CCMT-Art clinical service will be an
                   added value.
DUTIES         :   Ensure the implementation of Policy Guidelines on Comprehensive, Care and
                   Management CCMT-ART clinic. Provide expert clinical advice to nurse clinicians
                   on ART at designated clinic. Ensure quality assessment of patients before
                   commencing ART treatment. Provide patient counseling services to ensure care
                   and adherence with the use of ART treatment. Facilitate the process of Down
                   Referral of stable patients on ART. Conduct and participate in the meetings and
                   workshops. Ensure effective data collection, collation and analysis on clinical
                   side. Work closely with multidisciplinary team in the clinic. Participate and
                   support research. Monitor and evaluate CCMT Program implementation. Render
                   commuted overtime duties.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms N.S Mazibuko Tel No 011 694 3827
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/83     :   CCMT PROJECT MNAGEMENT (4 POSTS)
                   Directorate: Health Programs: HAST

SALARY         :   R217 482 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Zandspruitfontein REF NO: 70061735
                   Lenasia Clinic REF NO: 70061736
                   Itereleng Clinic REF NO: 70061737
                   Mandela Sisulu REF NO: 70061738



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REQUIREMENTS   :   Bachelors degree in nursing science or equivalent qualifications. Registration
                   with SANC. Team builder. Working under pressure. Project management
                   experience. Sound knowledge of PFMA. Experience in HAST, communication
                   and computer skills.
DUTIES         :   Manage the implementation of HIV/AIDS, STI and TB programmes in CCMT
                   clinics within JHB district. Work closely with Management, clicicians, support
                   staff, NGO’s and other health programs. Develop and Implement Standard
                   Operating Procedures for the CCMT unit. Ensure availability of physical space to
                   render services. Attend CCMT and management meeting and feedback to the
                   staff. Collect and collate data using DORA indicators. Submit statistics and report
                   at due intervals to the district. Monitor and report on budget and expenditure for
                   the programs.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms N.S Mazibuko Tel No 011 694 3827
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/84     :   PRINCIPAL PHARMACIST (4POSTS)
                   Directorate: Health Programs: HAST

SALARY         :   R217 482 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Zandspruitfontein REF NO: 70061627
                   Lenasia Clinic REF NO: 70061628
                   Itereleng Clinic REF NO: 70061629
                   Mandela Sisulu REF NO: 70061730
REQUIREMENTS   :   Registration with South African Pharmacy Council. Understanding of HIV and
                   AIDS Comprehensive Care. Management Treatment plan and pharmacovilance.
                   Computer literate, counseling and good interpersonal skills. Team builder.
DUTIES         :   Ensure proper drug supply management acquisition, repacking, manufacturing,
                   compounding, distributing, storage, use of medicine and the supervision.
                   Implementation of standard operating procedures, good pharmacy practice,
                   norms and standards. Evaluating medicine needs and budget control.
                   Counseling of patients to ensure optimal compliance with the use of medication.
                   Provide advice and support to patients and other Health Care Professionals
                   regarding pharmaceutical issues. Address pharmacovigilance and drug related
                   issues such as interactions and drug metabolism. Provide support and training o
                   pharmacy assistants. Ensure uninterrupted supply of ARV in site.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms N.S Mazibuko Tel No 011 694 3827
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/85     :   SECURITY MANAGER REF NO: 70061559
                   Directorate: Administration

SALARY         :   R174 243 - R202 287 per annum (plus benefits).
CENTRE         :   Sterkfontein Hospital, Krugersdorp
REQUIREMENTS   :   A recognized Bachelor degree/diploma or equivalent qualification. Extensive in
                   security and technical security aspects. Computer literacy, good interpersonal
                   relations, communication and management skills and the ability to work under
                   pressure and tight deadlines will be of essence. A valid driver’s license will be
                   required. National Intelligence Agency Course (NIA).
DUTIES         :   To assist the CEO to facilitate, coordinate, monitor, advice and render technical
                   security and security administration.         To implement a risk and threat
                   management policy and system for the hospital regarding security and
                   communication systems. Monitor and comply with physical communications,
                   information and document security policies and procedures. Run security
                   awareness programmes in the hospital and advice management about security
                   implication of management decisions.                   Monitor the extent of
                   adherence/compliance to the security policy and measures which include
                   ensuring that officials with access to sensitive information are vetted. Liaise with
                   SAPS. Effective security key control and access control.
ENQUIRIES      :   Dr. K.A. Mustafa, Tel No: (011) 951 - 8257
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/86     :   SOCIAL WORKER (3 POSTS)
                   Directorate: Health Programs: HAST

SALARY         :   R145 920 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Zandspruitfontein REF NO: 70061688
                   Lenasia Clinic REF NO: 70061689
                   Itereleng Clinic REF NO: 70061690




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REQUIREMENTS   :   A recognized BA degree in Social Worker and registration with Professional
                   Council for Social Workers. Experience in HIV/ AIDS and, computer literacy and
                   a driver’s license. Team builder and good interpersonal relations.
DUTIES         :   Ability to communicate well at all levels of care. Provide support and supervise
                   therapeutic counseling services within the facility. Provide client support on ARV
                   program and families. Assess and refer to Social Assistance for grant to eligible
                   clients. Liaise and attend NGO and CBO forums. Facilitate and ensure
                   cooperation with all Ngo’s working within the HAST program. Assist with
                   identification and provision of support to vulnerable children and orphans.
                   Provide pre-therapy assessment and counseling to eligible clients. Attend
                   meetings and provide feedback, write and submit progress and statistics to sub-
                   district, district and provincial office.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms N.S Mazibuko Tel No 011 694 3827
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/87     :   FINANCE CONTROLLER: ASSET MANAGER REF NO: 70061684
                   Directorate: Procurement

SALARY         :   R145 920 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Weskoppies Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 with more than 2 years experience in an Asset Management
                   environment. Computer literate. Valid driver’s license. Knowledge of Baud/ Bas/
                   Sap and legislation applicable to Procurement.
DUTIES         :   Monthly reporting and reconciliation of assets. Reconciliation between BAUD/
                   BAS. Reporting of losses and theft of assets. Performs stock takes and spot
                   checks. Manage disposal of redundant assets. Manage and maintain the Asset
                   Register. Monitor recording of new acquisitions and movement of assets.
                   Manage leased assets, losses and damages... Manage and monitor asset
                   verification. Manage equipment procurement progress. Manage and monitor
                   transfer of assets and update on BAUD system.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr. E. Ramonoana, Tel. No: (012) 319-9718
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/88     :   SECRETARY TO THE DEAN/MANAGER REF NO: 70061575
                   Directorate: Health Support Services

SALARY         :   R145 920 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Wits Dental Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 or equivalent qualification. Typing as a full passed subject in the
                   above- mentioned qualification or a diploma. Effective communication skills
                   (written and verbal). General computer skills and knowledge in programmes such
                   as MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel etc. Telephone skills. Strong organizational
                   abilities. Good interpersonal relations. General office management skills and
                   knowledge. Ability to think strategically and innovatively.
DUTIES         :   The incumbent will be responsible for: The rendering of an effective and efficient
                   secretarial support service to the Dean/Manager. Handling of diary. Answering
                   telephone. To coordinate commitments at the Hospital and University through
                   liaising with the University office. Manage incoming and outgoing mail, as well as
                   documentation for approval. Coordinate meetings and perform administrative
                   tasks such as taking and distribution of minutes, as well as arranging/serving of
                   refreshments. Capturing of statistics, records and reports. Manage the office of
                   the Dean/Manager. Type correspondence such as letters, memorandums, etc.
                   Receiving and transmitting messages (faxes and e-mails). Circulation of
                   communication from the Central Office to all relevant staff. Responsible for the
                   ordering of stationary. Filing documents according to the filing system of the
                   office.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms. P.T. Slater, Tel No: (011) 488 – 4851
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/89     :   DIETICIAN (3 POSTS)
                   Directorate: Health Programs: HAST

SALARY         :   R145 920 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Zandspruitfontein REF NO: 70061695
                   Lenasia Clinic: REF NO: 70061696
                   Itereleng Clinic: REF NO: 70061697
REQUIREMENTS   :   Bsc in Dietetics, registration with Health Profession Council, interpersonal and
                   communication skills. Team builder, a valid driver’s licence and computer skills.
                   Knowledge of nutrition management in HIV/AIDS and TB.




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DUTIES         :   Provide counseling and support for HIV/AIDS and TB with emphasis on nutrition
                   assessment, recording and interpretation of assessment. Ensure that the site has
                   adequate suppliers of supplements. Collaborate with facilities and district office.
                   Provide periodic reports, and supervise HIV/AIDS councilors. Order and maintain
                   adequate supply of nutrition stock, including PMTCT supplement. Ensure
                   effective stock control of food supplements, attend nutrition meeting and provide
                   feedback. Monitor and evaluate nutrition program, implementation, write and
                   submit nutrition reports Provide training and ensure staff development on
                   nutrition.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms N.S Mazibuko Tel No 011 694 3827
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/90     :   PROFESSIONAL NURSES (8 POSTS)
                   Directorate: Health Programs: HAST

SALARY         :   R145 920 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Zandspruitfontein (2 POSTS) REF NO: 70061698
                   Lenasia Clinic (2 POSTS) REF NO: 70061699
                   Itereleng Clinic (2 POSTS) REF NO: 70061700
                   Mandela Sisulu (2 POSTS) REF NO: 70061726
REQUIREMENTS   :   Diploma in Professional Nursing and Midwifery. Registration with SANC as
                   General Nurse and Midwife. Knowledge in HIV/AIDS and ART program. Good
                   interpersonal communication and team work skills.
DUTIES         :   Ensure the implementation of Policy Guidelines in the Comprehensive, Care, and
                   Management (CCMT)-ART clinic. Render effective CCMT-ART service in the
                   allocated clinic. Ensure effective service delivery to all patients at the initiation
                   sites. Participate in the implementation of Down Referring of ART patients from
                   initiation clinic to maintenance PHC clinics. Support and work closely with the
                   multi-disciplinary team, collect, analyze and submit ART statistics at regular
                   intervals. Attend meetings and workshops within the facility. Provide support and
                   supervise Lay Councilors. Train and provide guidance to staff under her. Ensure
                   effective counseling and optimal adherence with treatment to patient ART.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms N.S Mazibuko Tel No 011 694 3827
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/91     :   SENIOR PHYSIOTHERAPIST (3 POSTS) REF NO: 70061776
                   Directorate: Specialized services

SALARY         :   R128 505 – R137 976 Per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Ekurhuleni Health District
REQUIREMENTS   :   BSc, Physiotherapy with 0-2 year’s experience. Registration with HPCSA,
                   communication skills, supervisory skills, training presentation skills. Driver’s
                   license will of an advantage.
DUTIES         :    Asses and implement the need for community based rehabilitation
                   physiotherapy service. Render a community based therapy service that includes
                   prevention, promotion, curative and rehabilitation services as well as community
                   development aspect for stakeholders. Participate in continuous professional
                   development and facilitate that of the subordinates according to the regulation of
                   HPCSA, provide in service training. Implement quality assurance measure.
                   Undertake management and administration task as required. Assist and
                   participate in the research project and surveys. Be able to execute duties of the
                   chief therapist. Knowledge of relevant legislation, regulations and policies
                   governing rehabilitations service.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms T Mukheli: Tel No: (011) 876 1776/082975 0048
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/92     :   SENIOR SPEECH THERAPIST AND AUDIOLOGIST (3 POSTS) REF NO:
                   70061777
                   Directorate: Specialized services

SALARY         :   R128 505 – R137 976 Per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Ekurhuleni Health District
REQUIREMENTS   :   BSc, Speech Therapy and Audiologist/Speech Therapy with 0-2 year’s
                   experience. Currently on a junior post. Current registration with HPCSA,
                   communication skills, supervisory skills, training presentation skills. Driver’s
                   license will of an advantage.
DUTIES         :   Asses and implement the need for community based rehabilitation speech and
                   audiologist service. Render a community based therapy service that includes
                   prevention, promotion, curative and rehabilitation services as well as community
                   development aspect for stakeholders. Participate in continuous professional



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                   development and facilitate that of the subordinates according to the regulation of
                   HPCSA, provide in service training. Implement quality assurance measure.
                   Undertake management and administration task as required. Assist and
                   participate in the research project and surveys. Be able to execute duties of the
                   chief therapist. Knowledge of relevant legislation, regulations and policies
                   governing rehabilitations service.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms T Mukheli:Tel No: (011) 876 1776/082975 0048
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/93     :   OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (4 POSTS) REF NO: 70061778
                   Directorate: Specialized services

SALARY         :   R128 505 – R137 976 Per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Ekurhuleni Health District
REQUIREMENTS   :   BSc, occupational therapy and with 0-2 year’s experience. Currently on a junior
                   post. Current registration with HPCSA, communication skills, supervisory skills,
                   training presentation skills. Driver’s license will of an advantage.
DUTIES         :    Asses and implement the need for community based rehabilitation occupational
                   service. Render a community based therapy service that includes prevention,
                   promotion, curative and rehabilitation services as well as community
                   development aspect for stakeholders. Participate in continuous professional
                   development and facilitate that of the subordinates according to the regulation of
                   HPCSA, provide in service training. Implement quality assurance measure.
                   Undertake management and administration task as required. Assist and
                   participate in the research project and surveys. Be able to execute duties of the
                   chief therapist. Knowledge of relevant legislation, regulations and policies
                   governing rehabilitations service.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms T Mukheli: Tel No: (011) 876 1776/082975 0048
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/94     :   ADMINISTRATION OFFICER REF NO: 70061686
                   Directorate: Patient Administration

SALARY         :   R117 501 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Weskoppies Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12, plus more than 2 years patient administration experience. Computer
                   literate. Knowledge of new Mental Health Care Act and Criminal Procedure Act
                   will be recommended.
DUTIES         :   Perform administration activities in regard to Patient Affairs. Handling of
                   complicated routine correspondence together with the maintaining of records,
                   directives, acts, regulations and manuals. Ensure that patients are admitted
                   according to the correct tariffs/ classification. Attend to queries, internal and
                   external. Supervision and development of staff.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mrs. M. Vosser, Tel. No: (012) 319-9632
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/95     :   SPECIALISED AUXILIARY WORKER (DENTAL) REF NO: 70061573
                   Directorate: Health Support Services
                   This is a re-advertisement. People, who have already applied, must not apply.

SALARY         :   R117 501 per annum (plus benefits).
CENTRE         :   Wits Dental Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 or equivalent qualification. More than ten years experience. Ability to
                   work independently. Certificate in Dental Assistance from a recognized tertiary
                   institution. Registration with the HPCSA. Knowledge of Infection control and
                   products used.
DUTIES         :   Manage the Sterilization unit in the Polyclinics. Planning and organization of work
                   schedules in the component. Infection control. Control of allocated stock. Budget
                   control
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms J.M. Buys, Tel No: (011) 488-4312/4384
                   Ms J.M. Ludick, Tel No: (011) 488-3954
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/96     :   DENTAL TECHNICIANS (2 POSTS) REF NO: 70061574
                   Directorate: Health Support Services

SALARY         :   R117 501 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Wits Dental Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   Registration with the South African Dental Technicians Council. Two years
                   experience. Recommendations: Experience in teaching and training of



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                   undergraduate students. Experience in fixed prosthodontics and/or cast
                   frameworks and/or Maxillo facial prosthesis will be an advantage,
DUTIES         :   Assist with the training of undergraduate students. Carry out all service rendering
                   duties to the full scope practice of a Dental Technician.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr. J.G. Kruger, Tel No: (011) 488-4914
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/97     :   SENIOR ADMIN CLERK REF NO: 70061571
                   Directorate: Administration

SALARY         :   R94 326 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Tembisa Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 minimum or equivalent with relevant experience. Computer literacy will
                   be an advantage. Excellent customer care skills and good communication skills
                   (verbal and written). Ability to code patients’ disease is an advantage (ICD 10
                   codes). At least three (3) years working experience in Patients Affairs.
DUTIES         :   Render effective and efficient administrative function in patient affairs. Collate
                   accurate patient data and classification. Interpret patient’s date Reconcile
                   revenue, collected with receipt books and registers. Relieve when need arises.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mrs M.M. Mathabela, Tel No: (011) 923-2093
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/98     :   SENIOR ADMIN CLERK (2 POSTS) REF NO: 70061572
                   Directorate: Administration

SALARY         :   R76 194 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Tembisa Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 or equivalent with relevant experience. Computer literacy will be an
                   advantage. Excellent customer care skills and good communication skills (verbal
                   and written). Ability to code patients’ disease is an advantage (ICD 10 codes). At
                   least three (3) years working experience in patients affairs.
DUTIES         :   Render effective and efficient administrative function in patient affairs. Collate
                   accurate patient data and classification. Compile patients’ statistics. Relieve
                   when need arises.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mrs M.M. Mathabela, Tel No: (011) 923-2093
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/99     :   PHARMACY ASSISTANTS (4 POSTS)
                   Directorate: Health Programs: HAST

SALARY         :   R76 194 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Zandspruitfontein REF NO: 70061739
                   Lenasia Clinic REF NO: 70061740
                   Itereleng Clinic REF NO: 70061741
                   Mandela Sisulu REF NO: 70061742
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12. Understanding of pharmacy procedures. Knowledge and ability to
                   comply with good pharmacy practice. Drug supply management. Computer
                   literate and ability to work under pressure.
DUTIES         :   Assist in ensuring availability of drugs and repacking of ARVs in pharmacies.
                   Receiving of stock, distribution, and proper storage of drug. Ensure
                   implementation of Standard Operating Procedures, good pharmacy practice,
                   norms and standards. Assisting in stock taking. Councelling of patience to ensure
                   optimal compliance with the use of medication. Provide advice and support to
                   patients and other Health Care Professionals regarding pharmaceutical issues.
                   Monitor and report to the Principal Pharmacist any drug challenges in their area
                   of operation. Maintain necessary record and statistics to ensure pharmaceutical
                   care.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms N.S Mazibuko Tel No 011 694 3827
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/100    :   PRINCIPAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT REF NO: 70061779
                   Directorate: Specialized services

SALARY         :   R76 194 Per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Ekurhuleni Health District
REQUIREMENTS   :   Qualified as Physiotherapist Assistant, Occupational Therapy assistant, Speech
                   Therapy Assistant. Registration with HPCSA. Minimum of 5 years experience.
                   Good communication skills and interaction. Good training skills and supervisory
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DUTIES         :   Provide support and education to all people with disabilities, their families and
                   communities. Screen clients for disabilities, refer appropriately, Implement
                   appropriate rehabilitation interventions under the supervisions of a therapist,
                   participate in health promotion and prevention. Contribute to service
                   development in the sub-district, execute management task in the sub district and
                   participate in policy formation. Implement quality assurance measure, knowledge
                   of relevant legislation, regulations and policies governing rehabilitations services
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms T Mukheli: Tel No: (011) 876 1776/082975 0048
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009

POST 34/101    :   SENIOR THERAPIST ASSISTANT REF NO: 70061780
                   Directorate: Specialized services

SALARY         :   R64 410 Per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Ekurhuleni Health District
REQUIREMENTS   :   Certificate in Occupational therapy or physiotherapy. Registration with HPSCA as
                   an Occupational therapist or physiotherapist assistant. Good communication
                   skills. Minimum of 0-3 year’s experience
DUTIES         :   Prevention of disability through campaigns, workshop and early detection
                   programme. Promotion of equal opportunities for people with disabilities. Provide
                   community based rehabilitation service to all people in need. Facilitate
                   community development through intersect oral collaboration within the sub
                   district by communicating/ developing working relations with other stakeholders.
                   Knowledge of relevant legislation, regulations and policies governing
                   rehabilitations services
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms T Mukheli: Tel No: (011) 876 1776/082975 0048
CLOSING DATE   :   11 September 2009




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                                                                                                       ANNEXURE Q

                            PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: KWAZULU-NATAL
                                           DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
       (This Department is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, whose aim is to promote
                representivity in all levels of all occupational categories in the Department.)

NOTE                       :     Application must be submitted on the prescribed Application for Employment
                                 form (Z83) which must be originally signed and dated. The application form
                                 (Z83) must be accompanied by a detailed Curriculum Vitae, certified copies of
                                 certificates, Identity Document and Driver’s Licence (not copies of previously
                                 certified copies). The Circular Minute Number must be indicated in the column
                                 (Part A) provided therefore on the Z83 form. NB: Failure to comply with the
                                 above instructions will disqualify applicants. Persons with disabilities should feel
                                 free to apply for the post. The appointment is subject to positive outcome
                                 obtained from the NIA to the following checks (security clearance, credit records,
                                 qualification, citizenship and previous experience employment verifications). Due
                                 to the large number of applications, receipt of applications will not be
                                 acknowledged. However, every applicant will be advised of the outcome of his or
                                 her application, in due course.

                                                OTHER POSTS

POST 34/102                :     DEPUTY PRINCIPAL: COLLEGE OF EMERGENCY CARE (LEVEL 10): (REF
                                 G28/2009)
                                 Cluster: Health Delivery: Emergency Medical and Rescue Services

SALARY                     :     An all inclusive salary package of R 217 482 per annum
CENTRE                     :     Pietermaritzburg
REQUIREMENTS               :     A National Diploma in Emergency Medical Care and Rescue or Critical Care
                                 Assistant (CCA) course, plus a minimum of one (1) year experience as an
                                 operational paramedic; PLUS At least one (1) year of teaching experience at an
                                 approved College of Emergency Care; PLUS Registration with HPCSA as a
                                 paramedic is mandatory; PLUS Unendorsed valid Code EB driver’s licence
                                 (Code 08). RECOMMENDATIONS:- Training programmes and / or experience
                                 with regard to Facilitator, Assessor and Moderator training will serve as a
                                 recommendation. Knowledge, Skills, Training And Competence Required:- The
                                 incumbent of this post will report to the Principal: College of Emergency Care:
                                 Northdale Hospital. The purpose of the Job is to – Supervise and oversee all
                                 operational aspects of EMRS training at the campus ensuring that resources are
                                 appropriately utilised to carry out professional training with quality at the
                                 foremost, and as such the ideal candidate must:- possess knowledge, skills and
                                 competencies in the following: People Management and Empowerment. Client
                                 Orientation and Customer Focus. Service Delivery Innovation. Problem Solving
                                 and Analytical thinking. Knowledge Management. Communication Skills. Ensure
                                 and enable effective communication between the Department and all
                                 stakeholders in Health. Computer literacy with a proficiency in Word,
                                 Spreadsheet, Presentation and search engine software/applications.
DUTIES                     :     Key Performance Areas:- Ensure compliance with relevant training and
                                 development legislation and HPCSA protocols. Monitor and moderate the setting
                                 of all examinations. Deal with all queries that may emanate from students.
                                 Compile and submit training statistics. Supervise and oversee College
                                 administration including student admission and records. Liaise with other
                                 departments or institutions that assist the college in the provision of training.
                                 Supervise research and development and ensure that a quality assurance
                                 programme is in place to enhance Teaching. Implement a CPD system. Deputize
                                 for the Principal when required to do so. Ensure effective use and management
                                 of all resources allocated to the College, including but not limited to both financial
                                 and human resources.
ENQUIRIES                  :     MR T A DLUDLU: 033-846 7237
APPLICATIONS               :     All applications should be forwarded to: The General Manager: Human Resource
                                 Management Services: KZN Department of Health, Private Bag X9051,
                                 Pietermaritzburg, 3200 OR Hand Delivered to: 330 Langalibalele Street, Natalia
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                                 Building, Room 110, 6 Floor, South Tower
FOR ATTENTION              :     Miss V Padayachee
CLOSING DATE               :     11 September 2009

POST 34/103                :     SENIOR MEDICAL OFFICER REFERENCE: GTN 10/2009

SALARY                     :     R217 482 per Annum Other Benefits: 13th Cheque (Service Bonus) Medical Aid



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                    (Optional) Rural Allowance - 22% Scarce Skills - 17 % Housing Allowance :(
                    Employee must meet prescribed requirement)
CENTRE          :   Greytown Specialized Tb Hospital
REQUIREMENTS    :   MBCHB Degree or equivalent PLUS Proof of current registration with HPCSA as
                    a Medical Practitioner At least one year post internship experience as a medical
                    practitioner. Knowledge, Skills And Competencies Required: Experience and
                    ability in dealing chronic ,subacute and acute medical patients Sound clinical
                    knowledge and experience in the management of patients with TB and
                    HIV/AIDS Knowledge and experience in the use of ARV’s in patients Ability to
                    work in multidisciplinary team setting Excellent communication skills and human
                    relation Basic general diagnostic and therapeutic skills Knowledge of current
                    Health and Public Service Legislation policies Ability to work and maintain
                    meaningful relationships with a diverse community Resilience and ability to cope
                    with change Ability to make a difference
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Arrears: Undertake the responsibility for the holistic
                    management of referred TB patients Follow standard treatment guidelines ,WHO
                    guidelines and the national TB Control programme              guidelines in the
                    management of patients Integrate and coordinate a multidisciplinary team
                    approach in the management of patients Conduct wards rounds. Assist with
                    developing ,updating and maintaining protocols involving management of chronic
                    patients with TB and/or HIV/AIDS Assist in developing an ARV programme and
                    ensure correct use of ARV’s in patients with HIV/AIDS and /or TB Conduct
                    clinical audits Clinical duties as per hospital /departmental requirements,
                    including where indicated after hours service as teamwork is required at any
                    specific time Provision of quality care ,assisting HOD with quality assurance,
                    quality improvement projects morbidity and mortality reviews ,monthly various
                    type of audits, development of clinical guidelines ,policies.
ENQUIRIES       :   DR M Ndlangisa Tel: 033 4139 230
APPLICATIONS    :   Applications to be forwarded to: Human Resources Manager Greytown Hospital
                    Private Bag X 5562 Greytown 3250
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms T.P Mokoena) 033 4139 491
CLOSING DATE    :   04 September 2009

POST 34/104     :   CLINICAL NURSE PRACTITIONER GRADE 1 REFERENCE: GTN 11/2009
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SALARY          :   Remuneration Package, Basic Salary: R177 318 per Annum, Other Benefits: 13
                    Cheque (Service Bonus), Medical Aid (Optional) Rural Allowance 12%, Housing
                    Allowance: (Employee must meet prescribed requirement)
CENTRE          :   Kranskop Clinic
DUTIES          :   Appointment Requirements: Degree/ Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery
                    PLUS one year post basic qualification in Primary health Care. Current
                    registration with SANC as a General Nurse and Primary Health Care Nurse.
                    Minimum of Four (4) years appropriate / recognizable experience as a
                    Professional Nurse. Knowledge, Skills, Training and Competencies required.
                    Knowledge of nursing care processes and procedures Knowledge of nursing Act,
                    Health Act, Occupational Health and Safety Act. Labour relations Act,
                    Disciplinary Code and Procedure. Report writing skills Counseling skill Co-
                    ordination and liaison skills Knowledge of TB Control, HIV/ AIDS Management
                    and ARV.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Provision of quality comprehensive community Health
                    care in Mobile Clinic. Provision of administrative services. Plan and organize
                    clinic. Perform a clinical nursing practice in according with the scope of practice
                    and nursing standard as determined by the relevant health facility. Demonstrate
                    effective communication with patients, supervisors and other clinicians including
                    report writing. Utilize all resources efficiently and effectively. Implement
                    standards, practices, criteria and indicators for quality nursing. Work as part of
                    multi-disciplinary team to ensure quality nursing care. Collect, analyze and
                    interpret data. Ensure effective utilization of budget allocated.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms S.G Ngubane Tel: 033 4139 400
APPLICATIONS    :   Applications to be forwarded to: Human Resources Manager Greytown Hospital
                    Private Bag X 5562 Greytown 3250
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms N.N.M Sosiba ) 033 4139 491
CLOSING DATE    :   04 September 2009

POST 34/105     :   PROFESSIONAL NURSE (OPTHALMIC) REFERENCE: GTN 08/2009

SALARY          :   Remuneration Package Basic Salary: R177 318.00 per Annum Other Benefits:
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                    13 Cheque (Service Bonus) Medical Aid (Optional) Rural Allowance :12%
                    Housing Allowance :( Employee must meet prescribed requirement)
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REQUIREMENTS    :   A Degree or Diploma General Nurse OR equivalent Current registration with the
                    S.A.N.C as a General Nurse Diploma in Opthalmic nursing science Proof of
                    registration certificate. A post basic nursing qualification in opthalmic technique,
                    with a duration of at least 1 year accredited with the South African Nursing
                    Council. A minimum of 4 years appropriate /recognizable experience in nursing
                    posts registration as a professional nurse. Knowledge, Skills and Competencies
                    Required: Understanding of nursing legislation and related legal and ethical
                    nursing practices Perform clinical nursing in accordance with the scope of
                    practice and nursing standards Knowledge of S.A.N.C Rules and Regulations
                    Sound knowledge of the scope of practice in the area of performance
                    Knowledge of Code of conduct and labour relations and related policies. Good
                    communication .report writing and facilitation skills. Financial policies and
                    practices such as skills development act, public service regulations
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Arrears: Maintain high quality of nursing and patient care in
                    opthalmic services Display a concern for patients, promoting, advocating and
                    facilitating proper treatment and care and ensuring that the unit adheres to the
                    principles of Batho Pele. Able to manage own work, time and that of junior
                    colleagues to ensure proper nursing service in the unit. Work effectively and
                    amicably at a supervisory level, with persons of diverse intellectual, cultural,
                    racial or religious differences. Maintain clinical competence by ensuring that
                    scientific principles of nursing care are implemented, Maintain accurate and
                    complete patient records, Assess all clients with eye related problems Making
                    bookings for all clients to see doctor Visit clinics for cataract case finding Arrange
                    bookings and referrals for clients to tertiary hospital Keep and maintain all client
                    records Ensure quality nursing care services through good governance Develop
                    /establish and maintain constructive working relationship with nursing and other
                    stakeholders(i.e. inter-professional, inter-sectoral and multidisciplinary teamwork)
                    Monitor and ensure proper utilization of financial and physical resources
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr. B.E.S Shabalala Tel: 033 4139 222
APPLICATIONS    :   Applications to be forwarded to: Human Resources Manager Greytown Hospital
                    Private Bag X 5562 Greytown 3250
FOR ATTENTION   :   Mr Bongani Mkhize) 033 4139 483
CLOSING DATE    :   04 September 2009

POST 34/106     :   PROFESSIONAL NURSE (SPECIALITY ADVANCED MIDWIFERY): 03 POSTS
                    REFERENCE: GTN 09/2009 NO
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SALARY          :   Remuneration Package, Basic Salary: R177 318 per Annum, Other Benefits 13
                    Cheque (Service Bonus) Medical Aid (Optional) Rural Allowance 12% Housing
                    Allowance: (Employee must meet prescribed requirement)
CENTRE          :   Greytown Hospital
REQUIREMENTS    :   A Degree or Diploma General Nurse OR equivalent Current registration with the
                    S.A.N.C as a General Nurse and Midwife Proof of registration certificate. A post
                    basic nursing qualification in Advanced Midwifery, with a duration of at least 1
                    year accredited with the South African Nursing Council. Knowledge, Skills and
                    Competencies required: Understanding of nursing legislation and related legal
                    and ethical nursing practices Perform clinical nursing in accordance with the
                    scope of practice and nursing standards Knowledge of S.A.N.C Rules and
                    Regulations Sound knowledge of the scope of practice in the area of
                    performance Knowledge of Code of conduct and labour relations and related
                    policies. Basic understanding of HR and financial policies and procedures
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Maintain high quality of nursing and patient care in
                    Maternity services Display a concern for patients, promoting, advocating and
                    facilitating proper treatment and care and ensuring that the unit adheres to the
                    principles of Batho Pele. Able to manage own work, time and that of junior
                    colleagues to ensure proper nursing service in the unit. Work effectively and
                    amicably at a supervisory level, with persons of diverse intellectual, cultural,
                    racial or religious differences. Maintain clinical competence by ensuring that
                    scientific principles of nursing care are implemented. Maintain accurate and
                    complete patient records, Ensure proper utilization of resources and exercise
                    care over government property Supervision of subordinate in execution of the
                    duties. Demonstrate effective communication with patient, supervisors, other
                    health professionals and junior colleagues, including more complex report writing
                    when required. Participates in perinatal meeting, clinical audits Be a team of
                    Quality Improvement Infection control projects.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mrs. M.M Mavundla Tel: 033 4139 222
APPLICATIONS    :   Applications to be forwarded to: Human Resources Manager Greytown Hospital
                    Private Bag X 5562 Greytown 3250
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms Nonhlanhla Mkhize 033 4139 490
CLOSING DATE    :   04 September 2009



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POST 34/107               :     FINANCE & SYSTEMS MANAGER (LEVEL – 9)
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SALARY                    :     R174 243 per Annum Plus 13 cheque Benefits: Housing Allowance and Medical
                                Aid (Optional),
CENTRE                          Institution: Bethesda Hospital
REQUIREMENTS              :     appropriate 3 years Bachelor Degree/National Diploma in State Finance/
                                Accountance/ Financial Management/ Economics, Plus 3 years Supervisory
                                experience in Finance environment. Valid Drivers License. Computer Literacy
                                (Ms Office and Data Base Software Applications). Sound knowledge of Finance
                                as well as relevant Acts and Regulations. Sound Management, negotiation,
                                interpersonal and problem solving skills. Good verbal and communication skills.
                                Knowledge of Basic Accounting Systems (BAS). Understanding of Information
                                Technology systems. Knowledge of Labour Relations, discipline and grievance
DUTIES                    :     Develop and implement service delivery improvement plan for the Systems and
                                Finance component. Manages day to day functioning of Finance and Systems
                                department in the institution to ensure that high quality of service is being
                                provided. Participate in the development of policies that are in line with the
                                department’s strategies and ensure that they are being implemented. Ensure that
                                the sub – budget are compiled, allocated, managed and controlled according to
                                PFMA and MTEF. Develop and facilitate the implementation of financial reporting
                                mechanisms to promote financial accountability. Providing management with
                                financial information that is accurate and reliable to facilitate effective planning
                                and decision making. Manages and control systems in the institution. Develop
                                and implement risk management plan. Monitor and evaluate Finance and System
                                Management activities on an ongoing basis.
ENQUIRIES                 :     Hospital Manager: Ms P.S Nyawo Tel no. 035 – 595 1004
APPLICATIONS              :     All applications should be forwarded to: The Hospital Manager, Bethesda
                                Hospital, Private Bag x 602, UBOMBO, 3970
CLOSING DATE              :     18 September 2009

POST 34/108               :     PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 1 (PN-B1) REFERENCE NUMBER: GTN
                                12/2009
                                Component: Nursing (Speciality Unit)

SALARY                    :     Remuneration Package: Basic Salary: R160 470 per annum Rural Allowance: R
                                19 256 per annum. Other Benefits: 13th Cheque (Service Bonus) Medical Aid
                                (Optional) Housing Allowance: Employee must meet prescribed requirements
CENTRE                    :     Greytown Hospital (Theatre)
REQUIREMENTS              :     Minimum Requirements For The Posts: Diploma/Degree in nursing Current
                                registration with SANC A minimum of 4 years appropriate / recognizable
                                experience in nursing 1 Year post basic qualification in that speciality SANC
                                certificate in general nursing and Operating theatre technique Knowledge, Skills,
                                Training and Competencies Required: SANC rules and regulations Good
                                communication and interpersonal skills Ability to function well within a team
                                Sound knowledge nursing procedures
DUTIES                    :     Key Performance Areas: Liaise with the wards in preparation of daily slate
                                Receive patient from the wards and give report to the wards after operation Be
                                able to scrub and assist the doctor in theatre’ Observe patient in recovery room
                                Be able to be on call for emergency operations at night Adhere to Batho Pele
                                Principles Ensure control of stock levels Ensure effective utilization of resources
ENQUIRIES                 :     Mrs. D.O. Xulu (033) 413 9456
APPLICATIONS              :     Applications to be forwarded to: Human Resources Manager GREYTOWN
                                HOSPITAL Private Bag X 5562 GREYTOWN 3250
FOR ATTENTION             :     Ms L.A Myaka TEL: 033 413 9490
CLOSING DATE              :     04 September 2009

                                      DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT
    The Provincial Administration of KwaZulu-Natal is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer

APPLICATIONS              :     Forward your application, quoting the relevant reference number to: Head:
                                Transport, Human Resource Management Directorate, Private Bag X 9043,
                                Pietermaritzburg, 3200
NOTE                      :     Applications must be submitted on the prescribed Application for Employment
                                form Z83 which must be originally signed. The Application for Employment form
                                Z83 must be accompanied by a detailed CV and originally certified copies (not
                                copies of certified copies) of required educational qualifications set out in the
                                advertisement and driver’s licence (where a valid driver’s licence is a
                                requirement). Failure to comply with these instructions will lead to applications
                                being regarded as incomplete and will be disqualified. Should an applicant wish
                                to apply for more than one post, separate applications i.e. all the required



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                    documentation must be submitted for each post applied for. It is the applicant’s
                    responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African
                    Qualifications Authority (SAQA). Under no circumstances will faxed applications
                    be accepted. Any applications received after the closing date will not be
                    considered. The onus is therefore on applicants to ensure that their applications
                    are posted or hand delivered timeously. Receipt of applications will not be
                    acknowledged and should you have not received an invitation to attend an
                    interview within six weeks of the date of your application, please regard your
                    application as being unsuccessful. Please note that where experience is a
                    requirement for the post, the successful candidate will be required to submit
                    documentary proof of such work experience prior to assuming duty. Enquiries
                    should be directed to the person indicated below each post.

                             MANAGEMENT ECHELON

POST 34/109     :   MANAGER: NEW CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS (REF. NO. P 125/2009)

SALARY          :   R615 633 per annum (all Inclusive remuneration package, of which a portion can
                    be structured according to the individual’s personal needs), subject to the signing of
                    an employment contract, a performance agreement and disclosure of registrable
                    interests
CENTRE          :   Head Office, Pietermaritzburg
REQUIREMENTS    :   *An appropriate recognized Bachelor’s Degree / National Diploma. *A minimum
                    of 3 years appropriate managerial experience. *Possession of a valid driver’s
                    license (minimum Code B). Knowledge, Skills, Training And Competencies
                    Required: *Technical and administrative knowledge. *Appropriate management
                    experience. *Knowledge and understanding of governmental policies and other
                    legislative mandates e.g. Supply Chain, BBBEE. *Experience in working with the
                    SSME preferable in the infrastructure development and transportation sector.
                    *Ability to co-ordinate and liaise with senior management.
DUTIES          :   * Champion and coordinate overall enterprise development within the
                    organization* advise and support business units within the organization in
                    relation to enterprise development* Develop BBBEE and other relevant policies
                    that guides the implementation of enterprise development* Promote and facilitate
                    an enabling environment within and outside of the organization for SMME and
                    economic and social development.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms G Xaba Tel. No.: 033 – 355 8734
FOR ATTENTION   :   Mr C McDougall
CLOSING DATE    :   11 September 2009
NOTE            :   It is the intension of this Department to consider equity targets when filling this
                    post. All short-listed candidates will be required to undergo competency-based
                    assessments.

                                   OTHER POSTS

POST 34/110     :   DEPUTY MANAGER: HUMAN RESOURCE ADMINISTRATION (REF NO P
                    122/2009)
                    Kindly note that this is a re-advertisement. Applicants who applied previously and
                    who still wish to be considered are at liberty to re-apply

SALARY          :   R407 745 per annum (All inclusive remuneration Package)
CENTRE          :   Head Office, Pietermaritzburg (Human Resource Management Directorate)
REQUIREMENTS    :   *An appropriate recognized Bachelors Degree / National Diploma in Human
                    Resource Management / Public Administration; plus *3 years Management
                    experience in Human Resource Management / Human Resource Administration
                    experience; plus * Possession of a valid driver’s licence (minimum Code B).
                    Knowledge, Skills, Training And Competencies Required: *Understanding of
                    Human Resource policy research, analysis, objectives and development
                    processes, project and financial management. *Broad in-depth knowledge of
                    administrative policies and practices, budgeting and managerial functions.
                    *Knowledge of Public Service reporting procedures. *Knowledge of Planning and
                    organising. *Computer literacy (MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS
                    Outlook, Persal). *Specialised knowledge of performance management and
                    evaluation systems. *Expert knowledge of selection, recruitment, appointment
                    and discharge processes, service benefits and other generally accepted
                    employment practices. *Expert knowledge of PERSAL and other HR systems.
                    *Extensive knowledge of HR records management. *In-depth knowledge of
                    establishment control matters. *In-depth knowledge of budgeting and financial
                    functions.    *Clear conceptual understanding of transformation (change
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                    of policies / regulations / prescripts. *Research and policy formulation skills.
                    *Managerial and leadership skills. *Problem solving, conflict management and
                    negotiation skills. *Interpersonal relations. *Analytical and innovative thinking
                    skills. *Strategic planning and co-ordination skills. *Team building and
                    motivation skills. *Excellent verbal, written and networking communication skills.
                    *Project management skills. *Presentation and facilitation skills. *Ability to
                    develop training material. *Report writing skills. *The ideal candidate should be
                    reliable, accurate, honest, creative, innovative, receptive to suggestions and
                    ideas and demonstrate an interest in human resource management and related
                    fields. He/ she should also be open and transparent, have integrity, be a team
                    leader with ability to engender teamwork, be a visionary and a total quality
                    controller.
DUTIES          :   *Manage the provision of human resource practices and benefits functions.
                    *Administer matters relating to performance management for the Department.
                    *Ensure accurate and prompt record keeping and management of information
                    through the effective utilization of human resource information systems.
                    *Oversee the management of post establishment control matters for the
                    Department. *Provide support in the development of human resource related
                    policies and procedures for the Department and ensure the proper interpretation
                    and application thereof as well as co-ordinate input for the Human Resource Plan
                    and conduct research on latest HR trends. *Manage the resources of the
                    component. *Monitor the budget and expenditure for the Directorate and advise
                    accordingly.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms C Zwane Tel no: 033 – 355 8916
FOR ATTENTION   :   Mr C McDougall
CLOSING DATE    :   11 September 2009
NOTE            :   It is the intension of this Department to fill this post with a person from the
                    Disabled Community or an African Female.

POST 34/111     :   DEPUTY MANAGER: POLICY FORMULATION & EMPLOYMENT EQUITY
                    (REF NO P 123/2009)
                    Kindly note that this is a re-advertisement. Applicants who applied previously and
                    who still wish to be considered are at liberty to re-apply

SALARY          :   R407 745 per annum (All inclusive remuneration Package)
CENTRE          :   Head Office, Pietermaritzburg (Human Resource Management Directorate)
REQUIREMENTS    :   * An appropriate recognised Bachelor’s Degree / National Diploma in Human
                    Resource Management / Law / Public Administration; plus *A minimum of 3 years’
                    Management experience in a human resource policy formulation environment; plus
                    *Possession of a valid driver’s licence (minimum Code B). Knowledge, Skills,
                    Training And Competencies Required: *Understanding of policy research, analysis
                    and developmental processes. *Extensive knowledge of human resources and
                    related fields. *Understanding of all human resource prescripts, practices and
                    procedures. *Knowledge of all Public Service and related legislation. *Ability to
                    interpret and apply policy. *Analytical and innovative thinking skills. *Report writing
                    skills.   *Workshop presentation and facilitation skills.        *Computer literacy.
                    *Interpersonal skills, professional and friendly. *Communication skills. *Leadership
                    and managerial skills. *The ideal candidate should be a visionary and a creative
                    and innovative thinker. He / she should also be able to engender teamwork and be
                    honest and trustworthy.
DUTIES          :   *Formulate strategies, policies and procedures for all human resource matters
                    aligned to key human resource strategies and facilitate the implementation,
                    consultation sessions and liaise with relevant stakeholders in the development and
                    implementation policies / procedures. *Manage the resources of the component.
                    *Manage all employment equity initiatives, including employment equity plan, policy
                    and reports. *Co-ordinate, monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of implemented
                    human resource policies and analysis of national / provincial policy environment
                    and identify critical areas for interventions. *Represent the Department on task
                    teams and provide input into multi-functional policy and strategy responses with
                    regard to human resource policies.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms C Zwane Tel no: 033 – 355 8916
FOR ATTENTION   :   Mr C McDougall
CLOSING DATE    :   11 September 2009
NOTE            :   It is the intension of this Department to fill this post with a person from the
                    Disabled Community or an African Female.

POST 34/112     :   DEPUTY MANAGER: MEDIA LIAISON (REF. NO. P 127/2009)
                    Kindly note that this is a re-advertisement. Applicants who applied previously and
                    who still wish to be considered are at liberty to re-apply




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SALARY          :       R344 052 p.a. (inclusive, flexible remuneration package)
CENTRE          :       Head Office, Pietermaritzburg
REQUIREMENTS        :   *An appropriate recognised degree/national diploma. *At least 3 years’
                        experience in Communication, Media Relations, Journalism. *A valid Code 08
                        driver’s licence. . Knowledge, Skills, Training And Competencies Required:
                        *understanding of the Public Service and departmental policies. *Research,
                        analysis, objective and developmental processes, project management and
                        financial management. *Broad and in-depth knowledge of managing media
                        liaison. *Knowledge of media liaison operations. *Knowledge of planning and
                        organising. *Computer literacy. *Clear, conceptual understanding of
                        transformation (change management) and affirmative action. *Ability to
                        communicate at all levels to ensure effective flow of information across the
                        board. *Interpretation and application of policy, research and compilation of data.
                        *Research, policy formulation and managerial skills. *Problem solving and
                        analytical thinking skills. *Strategic planning and coordination skills. *Team
                        building skills. *Excellent communication (verbal and written) and networking
                        skills. *Project management skills. *Presentation and facilitation skills. *Motivation
                        and negotiation skills. *The ideal candidate should have a sound demonstrated
                        interest in the provision of the media liaison services, be honest, have integrity,
                        be an innovative thinker and be receptive to ideas and suggestions. He/she
                        should also be reliable, creative/innovative, accurate, believe in openness and
                        transparency, be a team leader and a total quality controller.
DUTIES          :       *Plan, develop and manage media liaison strategies. *Develop and maintain
                        good relationships at all levels. *Manage the rendering of efficient and
                        professional media liaison services within the Department as well as with all
                        other relevant stakeholders. *Research, develop and formulate media liaison
                        plans on policies and programmes of the Department to ensure that clients are
                        satisfied. *Facilitate linkages between the Department, other national and
                        provincial departments, local government, legislature and the public such as
                        communities, business and other social partners through different media liaison
                        exercises. *Promote synergy and co-operation amongst the various
                        directorates/components through media liaison initiatives. *Apply sound
                        management and co-operation of the Sub-directorate’s budget allocation,
                        logistics and human resources including training of staff within the PFMA
                        framework, the public service Regulations, Public Service Act, etc. *Coordinate
                        all media liaison services and exercises of the Department.
ENQUIRIES       :       Ms L Ndlovu Tel. No.: 033 – 355 8624
FOR ATTENTION   :       Mr C McDougall
CLOSING DATE    :       11 September 2009
NOTE            :       It is the intension of this Department to fill this post with a person from the
                        Disabled Community or an African Female.

POST 34/113     :       ASSISTANT MANAGER: TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT (P 120/2009)
                        Kindly note that this is a re-advertisement. Applicants who applied previously and
                        who still wish to be considered are at liberty to re-apply

SALARY          :       R174 243 per annum
CENTRE          :       Head Office, Pietermaritzburg (Human Resource Management Directorate)
REQUIREMENTS:   :       *An appropriate recognised Bachelor’s Degree / National Diploma in Human
                        Resources management / Human Resource Development plus *A minimum of
                        three years’ experience at a supervisory level in the field of training and
                        development, plus *A valid Driver’s licence (minimum Code B). Knowledge, Skills,
                        Training and Competencies Required: *Knowledge of Public Service Regulations,
                        Skills Development Act and Labour Relations Act. *Knowledge of Human
                        Resource Development Strategy vision 2015. *Knowledge of Public Service
                        human resource development strategies.                 *Knowledge of training and
                        development. *Knowledge of Adult Basic Education and Training (ABET).
                        *Knowledge of project management and career management. *Knowledge of
                        curriculum development and Training Quality assurance. *Policy formulation skills.
                        *Good verbal and written communication skills. *Good planning and organising
                        skills. *Computer literacy. *Ability to mentor and coach. *Presentation and
                        facilitation skills. *Ability to apply legislation. *Innovative thinking skills and the
                        ability to plan. *Supervisory skills. *The ideal candidate should be assertive,
                        innovative, loyal, reliable, have honesty and integrity and believe in openness and
                        transparency and be prepared to work overtime.
DUTIES          :       *Develop, implement and monitor the Departmental HRD Strategy. *Conduct skills
                        audit. *Develop, co-ordinate, facilitate, advise and monitor learning programmes
                        including learnerships, internships and skills programmes. *Plan and manage
                        resources of the component.             *Facilitate and report on ABET initiatives.
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                    mentorship programmes. *Develop and manage the Departmental training
                    database.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms S R Sibisi 033 – 355 8794
FOR ATTENTION   :   Mr B Hornsby
CLOSING DATE    :   11 September 2009
NOTE            :   It is the intension of this Department to fill this post with a person from the
                    disabled community or an African Female.

POST 34/114     :   SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT PRACTITIONER (P 121/2009)

SALARY          :   R145 920 per annum
CENTRE          :   Head Office, Pietermaritzburg (Human Resource Management Directorate)
REQUIREMENTS    :   *An appropriate recognised Bachelor’s Degree / National Diploma in Human
                    Resources management / Human Resource Development plus *A minimum of
                    three years’ experience in Human Resource Development OR a Senior Certificate
                    plus a minimum of six years’ experience in Human Resource Development, plus
                    *A valid Driver’s licence (minimum Code B). Knowledge, Skills, Training and
                    Competencies Required:         *Knowledge and understanding of HRD related
                    legislation (SDA, SAQA, SDLA, NSDS). *Ability to interpret and implement HRD
                    related policies and prescripts. *Knowledge of research / collation of information.
                    *Knowledge of HR matters and procedures. *Knowledge of reporting procedures.
                    *Knowledge of procedures relating to the specific working environment including
                    norms and standards. *Knowledge of monitoring and evaluation. *Computer
                    literacy. *Knowledge of Job Evaluation / Core / Job Descriptions. *Knowledge of
                    HRD Strategy Framework vision 2015.            *Research skills.    *Planning and
                    organizational skills. *Analytical and innovative thinking skills. *Communication
                    and report writing skills. *Presentation and facilitation skills. *Interpersonal
                    relations and problem solving skills. *The ideal candidate should have the ability to
                    work independently and in a group, be reliable, innovative and creative. He/she
                    should also demonstrate an interest in HRD and related fields and have the ability
                    to work under pressure.
DUTIES          :   *Conduct research to facilitate the development of HRD policies, guidelines and
                    procedures aligned to key HRD strategies and related matters (NSDS, HRDS,
                    PGDS). *Analyze, interpret scarce and critical skills data emanating from the Skills
                    Audit process and develop plans to address the scarce and critical skills shortage
                    within the Department. *Develop HRDS implementation plan and ensure alignment
                    with the HR Operational Plan. *Integrate Workplace Skills Plans and analyze
                    training needs identified. *Provide guidance, advice and support on all HRD
                    related matters i.e. WSP development and implementation, HRDS, Monitoring and
                    Evaluation, ABET, Internships and Skills Programmes.              *Conduct impact
                    assessment on HRD programmes i.e. Internships, ABET, Financial Assistance
                    Programme and report on Return on Investment.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms S R Sibisi 033 – 355 8794
FOR ATTENTION   :   Mr B Hornsby
CLOSING DATE    :   11 September 2009
NOTE            :   It is the intension of this Department to fill this post with a person from the
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                         PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: MPUMALANGA
                                  DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
  The Mpumalanga Department of Education awaits applications from suitably qualified and experienced
                      persons for appointment to the positions set out below:

APPLICATIONS            :     The Head of Department, Department of Education, Private Bag x 11341,
                              Nelspruit, 1200 or applications may also be placed in the application container
                              located at the Security Desk, Upper Ground, Building 5 of the Riverside
                              Government Complex.
FOR ATTENTION           :     Mr. G Mathebula, HR Provisioning
CLOSING DATE            :     3 September 2009
NOTE                    :     Applications should be submitted on Form Z.83, obtainable from any Public
                              Service Department. Applications must in all cases be accompanied by a recent
                              updated comprehensive CV, originally certified copies of all qualifications and
                              RSA ID-document, as well as valid drivers license where required. Failure to
                              attach the requested documents will result in your application not being
                              considered. A complete set of application documents should be submitted
                              separately for every post that you wish to apply for. Please ensure that you
                              clearly state the full post description and the relevant Post Reference Number on
                              your application. No fax applications will be considered. Applicants must ensure
                              that they fully complete and sign form Z 83, even if they are attaching a CV.
                              Incomplete and/or unsigned applications will not be considered. If you are
                              currently in service, please indicate your PERSAL number at the top of form Z83.
                              The filling of posts will be done in terms of the Department’s approved
                              Employment Equity Plan. Due to ongoing internal processes, the Department
                              reserves the right to withdraw any post at any time. The Department reserves
                              the right to verify the qualifications of every recommended candidate prior to the
                              issuing of an offer of appointment.

                                      MANAGEMENT ECHELON

POST 34/115             :     CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (SL15) (REF D2/007)

SALARY                  :     An all-inclusive remuneration package of R 921 054 per annum. The package
                              can be structured according to the individual’s personal needs. The successful
                              candidate will have to sign an annual performance agreement, annually disclose
                              his/her financial interests and be subjected to a security clearance. Appointment
                              will be subject to competency assessment.
CENTRE                  :     Head Office, Nelspruit
REQUIREMENTS            :     An appropriate B Comm. degree with Accounting or Public Finance or
                              Economics as majors or an appropriate post graduate qualification coupled with
                              extensive management experience. Registration as CA (SA) would be an added
                              advantage. Valid code 08 drivers license. Knowledge, skills, training and
                              competencies required: Sound technical knowledge of GRAP (Generally
                              Recognised Accounting Practices), which will encompass the transition to the
                              accrual basis of accounting, performance budgeting and the Public Service
                              Legislative Framework for Financial and Supply Chain Management •In depth
                              knowledge and understanding of the provisions of the Public Finance
                              Management Act, Treasury Regulations and the Division of Revenue Act. Sound
                              knowledge of the Public Service Act and –Regulations, the Employment of
                              Educators Act and other HR-related policy frameworks and practices. Sound
                              knowledge of the strategic planning processes. Ability to provide sound technical
                              advice on the performance of the departmental financial system to the
                              Accounting Officer and Line Managers. Strong leadership ability in securing
                              financial resources or the Department to adequately fund the Strategic Plan.
                              Ability to capitalize on human potential and to build a strong financial delivery
                              team. Advanced planning, organising and project management skills. Excellent
                              verbal communication- and report writing skills.
DUTIES                  :     Develop, implement and maintain appropriate mechanisms to timeously respond
                              to the changing needs for financial information, the interpretation thereof and the
                              rendering of technical advice to the Accounting Officer. Ensure that the financial
                              resources and assets of the Department are utilised effectively and economically
                              to realize the objectives of the Strategic Plan. Provide technical advice to Line
                              Managers to ensure the equitable allocation, maintenance and utilization of
                              resources in line with the strategic objectives of the Department, legislative
                              imperatives and good governance principles. Ensure compliance with the
                              provisions of the Public Finance Management Act, Treasury Regulations and the
                              Division of Revenue Act. Meet the reporting requirements and standards set in



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                   terms of the PFMA, Division of Revenue Act and financial statements. Ensure
                   adequate internal financial control arrangements and systems for the
                   accountable delegation of financial powers, asset security, monitoring and
                   evaluation, early warning and timeous corrective action. Assist the Accounting
                   Officer by applying cost benefit analysis principles ensuring value for money.
                   Oversee the budgetary process within the Department, exercise budgetary
                   control and provide early warning arrangements at a strategic level. Develop and
                   facilitate the implementation of Supply Chain Management Systems consistent
                   with legislative and other good governance arrangements. Oversee the
                   preparation and submission of the annual financial statement and liaise with the
                   Auditor General in this regard. Oversee the rendering of diverse HR
                   Management-, labour relations and HR development services within the
                   Department.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms J Bezuidenhout, Tel (013) 766 5299

                                  OTHER POST

POST 34/116    :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: BOOKKEEPING (REF D2/008)

SALARY         :   An all-inclusive remuneration package of R 407 745 p.a. The package can be
                   structured according to the individual’s personal needs. Appointment will be
                   subject to competency assessment.
CENTRE         :   Head Office, Nelspruit
REQUIREMENTS   :   An appropriate 3-year degree/qualification, or Gr.12 plus extensive credible
                   experience. Extensive knowledge of BAS, the PFMA, Treasury Regulations as
                   well as the specified work field. In depth knowledge pertaining to the Standard
                   Chart of Accounts (SCOA). Planning and organising skills. Good presentation
                   and report writing skills. Well developed skills in financial management and in
                   analysing and understanding financial accounting matters. Ability to work under
                   pressure. Proven managerial skills and the ability to liaise at a high level. Well
                   developed computer-, verbal and written communication skills.
DUTIES         :   Manage, co-ordinate, monitor and review all policy, delegations, systems and
                   controls required for the efficient and accountable administration of all bank
                   reconciliation matters, including resolving of exceptions, cancelation and re-issue
                   of cheques and EBT's, maintenance and control of relevant accounts/suspense
                   accounts and record keeping. Manage the maintanance of the following
                   accounts: General Account of the Vote (Opening journals), Exchequer Grant
                   Account (Opening journals and fund requisitions), Fund Requisition Account
                   (Fund requisitions), Disallowance Miscellaneous Account, Dishonoured Cheque
                   Account and Advance Petty Cash account. Manage the Departmental cash flow.
                   Control and submit financial statements. Manage all non-decentralised matters in
                   regard to the above. Interact with other financial and project managers on related
                   issues. Execute HR performance management.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr GR Lubbe, Tel (013) 766 5438




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                             PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: WESTERN CAPE
                                        DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
      In line with the Employment Equity Plan of the Department of Health it is our intention with this
  advertisement to achieve equity in the workplace by promoting equal opportunities and fair treatment in
                        employment through the elimination of unfair discrimination.

NOTE                      :     It will be expected of candidates to be available for selection interviews on a
                                date, time and place as determined by the Department. Kindly note that excess
                                personnel will receive preference. Shortlisted candidates with disabilities are to
                                provide information on how the selection process can be adapted to suit their
                                needs for purposes of reasonable accommodation.

                                        MANAGEMENT ECHELON

POST 34/117               :     CHIEF SPECIALIST:         HEAD     OF    LEVEL      2   CLINICAL     SERVICES:
                                ANAESTHETICS

SALARY                    :     Remuneration package: R 746 181 per annum (A portion of the package can be
                                structured according to the individuals personal needs) plus a non-pensionable
                                scarce skills allowance of 15% of annual basic salary (Commuted overtime is
                                available depending on the specific needs of the Department) After hour work is
                                a requirement of the position.
CENTRE                    :     Somerset Hospital, Green Point (with responsibilities for Metro West) The Level 2
                                Head will be a member of the Joint Staff with the relevant University and a
                                member of the Academic Department. The academic status of the successful
                                candidates will be determined by the relevant university. This will be
                                commensurate with the incumbent’s academic qualification and experience.
REQUIREMENTS              :     Applications are awaited from persons who are registered with the Health
                                Professions Council of South Africa as Specialist in Anaesthesia and have:
                                Appropriate clinical experience of 5 years or more gained after registration as a
                                Specialist. Appropriate management experience of clinical services. Appropriate
                                qualification and experience to supervise and train staff and students. Strong
                                leadership ability. Demonstrated effective decision-making and problem solving
                                skills. Good organisational, planning and management skills. Language
                                proficiency in two of the three official language of the Western Cape. The
                                following will serve as recommendations: Appropriate knowledge and
                                understanding of Public Sector Policies governing Financial Management,
                                Human Resource Management, Development and Labour Relations and
                                application thereof when applicable. Excellent communication and interpersonal
                                skills. Computer literacy, especially MS Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, as
                                well as internet and e-mail. Self-motivated and ability to work under pressure.
                                Conflict management and experience in organisational change management.
                                Note: The person appointed to this position will be subjected to security
                                clearance, the signing of a performance agreement and an employment contract.
                                Applicants will be subjected to a competency assessment test. Applications must
                                be submitted on a Z83 form (obtainable from any Public Service Department)
                                and must be accompanied by a concise CV with the latest three referee reports,
                                together with certified copies of qualifications.
DUTIES                    :     This is a senior position in the Department and responsibilities will primarily
                                revolve around the following: Develop, co-ordinate and deliver a comprehensive
                                Level 2 clinical service in line with the Department of Health’s Comprehensive
                                Service Plan (Healthcare 2010). Render general specialist services at the base
                                hospital in collaboration with the Head of Department. Responsible for co-
                                ordination of 24-hour general anaesthetic service across the platform including
                                high care where appropriate. Establish clinical governance within the discipline
                                across the platform including clinical audit in conjunction with the Head of
                                Department. Outreach and support to level 1 hospitals and interface with highly
                                specialised services. Responsible for performance management of the clinical
                                staff at the base hospital and advisory to the Chief Executive Officer in Level 2
                                facilities outside of the base hospital. Contribute to leadership and management
                                within the discipline (strategic planning, monitoring and evaluation, advocacy for
                                resources, address service pressure etc). Form part of the cost centre
                                management of the base hospital. Responsible for the supervision of under- and
                                postgraduate students, and conduct and supervise research activities at the
                                direction of the Academic Head of Department.
ENQUIRIES                 :     Dr B Engelbrecht, tel. no. (021) 483-3478, Dr K Vallabhjee, tel.no.(021) 918-
                                1506, Prof M James, tel.no. (021) 404-5004




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APPLICATIONS    :   The Director: Human Resource Management, Department of Health, PO Box
                    2060, Cape Town 8000.
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Versfeld
CLOSING DATE    :   11 September 2009

                                   OTHER POST

POST 34/118     :   INDUSTRIAL TECHNICIAN (ELECTRONICS)
                    Directorate: Engineering and Technical Support

SALARY          :   R117 501 per annum
CENTRE          :   Clinical Engineering, Goodwood
REQUIREMENTS    :   Minimum education qualification: National diploma (T-N-or-S stream)
                    Electronics/Electrical light current or Bio-medical or registration as Engineering
                    Technician in terms of section 14(1) 14(2) of the Engineering Profession of South
                    Africa Act, 1990. Experience: Repair and maintenance to electronics circuits,
                    systems and equipment. Inherent requirements of the job: Willing to work
                    overtime, stay away and travel throughout the Western Cape Province. Good
                    written and verbal communication. Valid driver’s license, Competencies
                    (knowledge/skills): Excellent ability to fault find and repair down to component
                    level, Practical hands-on experience with repair of electronic equipment,
                    Computer literate.
DUTIES          :   Key result areas/outputs: Support section Head by: Completing task within time
                    limits. Liaising with clients with regards to information and work progress.
                    Ensuring compliance with Occupational Health and Safety Act. Ensuring
                    continuity of service by assisting other sections, prioritising work and
                    consideration of operational requirements. Admin duties: Requesting of parts and
                    service via Logis system. Maintaining of maintenance management and internal
                    records. Writing reports and assisting with specifications. Production: Carry out
                    maintenance, repairs and installation of electronic and related medical
                    equipment. Visit institutions to maintain service routes and preventative
                    maintenance schedules.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr Gary Lee/ Mr Ken Lutchman, Tel no. (021) 591-7126.
APPLICATIONS    :   The Deputy Director: Administration, Hospital Engineering Services: Bellville,
                    Private Bag X21, Parow, 7500.
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms L Petersen
CLOSING DATE    :   This advertisement is valid for a period of 6 months up to 19 February 2010. The
                    recruitment process will commence after 18 September 2009




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