PUBLIC SERVICE VACANCY CIRCULAR NO 04 OF 2009_1 by qihao0824

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									DATE OF ISSUE: 30 JANUARY 2009

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

PUBLIC SERVICE VACANCY CIRCULAR NO 04 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 redeployment of employees who are in excess.

     1.2    As regards the latter issue, Departments/Provincial Administrations and Components are called upon to give
            preference in the filling of vacancies, to absorb 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/ 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/Component where the vacancy exists.

     2.4    Applications should be forwarded in time to the advertising department since applications received after the closing
            date referred to below 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 a 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 / Component).

3.   Directions to Departments/Provincial Administrations/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/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 27 FEBRUARY 2009

AMENDMENT                     :       Independent Complaints Directorate: Kindly note that the post Assistant Manager:
                                      Administration, advertised in PSVC 03 of 2009 (post 03/37), the Centre should be Kwazulu-
                                      Natal, the enquiries: Ms T Ralo Tel no: 031 310 1300 and the closing date is 13 February
                                      2009.
                                      National Prosecuting Authority: Kindly note that the post of Principal Administrative
                                      Assistant: HR Recruit no 1305 DPP (Mmabatho) has been withdrawn.
                                      Provincial Administration: Department of Health: Kindly note that the post of Deputy
                                      Director: Finance (Steve Biko Academic Hospital) (post 02/37), advertised in PSVC 02 of
                                      2009, the correct salary is R344 052 – R398 805 per annum (all inclusive package)
                                      Secretary: Director Finance and Procurement (Steve Biko Academic Hospital) (post 02/43),
                                      the correct salary is R76 194 per annum (plus benefits). Please note that the post of
                                      Principal Medical Officer (Ref no: 70056004), should be 1 post not 3 posts as stated..
                                        INDEX
                                NATIONAL DEPARTMENTS


                NATIONAL DEPARTMENT                      ANNEXURE   PAGES
                     EDUCATION                              A       03 – 09
          ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS AND TOURISM                 B       10 – 11
         GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES PENSION FUND                  C       12 – 13
                       HEALTH                               D         14
                      HOUSING                               E         15
         INDEPENDENT COMPLAINTS DIRECTORATE                 F         16
       JUSTICE AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT               G       17 – 26
                       LABOUR                               H         27
                    LAND AFFAIRS                            I       28 – 30
                MINERALS AND ENERGY                         J       31 – 33
                 NATIONAL TREASURY                          K       34 – 36
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT ACADEMY       L       37 – 38
                 SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT                         M       39 – 41
                     TRANSPORT                              N         42
             WATER AFFAIRS AND FORESTRY                     O       43 – 70

                            PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATIONS


              PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION                  ANNEXURE   PAGES
                      GAUTENG                               P       71 – 96
                   KWAZULU NATAL                            Q       97 – 104
                     NORTH WEST                             R         105
                    WESTERN CAPE                            S       106 - 109

                                       OTHER


                        OTHER                            ANNEXURE    PAGES
 UNIVERSAL SERVICE AND ACCESS AGENCY OF SOUTH AFRICA        T       110 – 112




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                                                                                       ANNEXURE A

                         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   :   25 February 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
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                   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

                           MANAGEMENT ECHELON

POST 04/01     :   DIRECTOR
                   Branch: General Education
                   Directorate: Children and Youth Literacy
                   The Department of Education seeks to appoint a Director: Children and Youth
                   Literacy who will be responsible for providing specialist advice and support in
                   developing and implementing policies to promote effective reading skills in
                   learners in the schooling system. This is a senior management position, which
                   requires a strong and dynamic leader with excellent management skills.

SALARY         :   All inclusive remuneration package of R557 133 per annum
REQUIREMENTS   :   The minimum requirement is an appropriate three-year Bachelor’s degree (or
                   equivalent qualification) in a relevant field with relevant experience in education,
                   particularly in respect of teaching and development of reading in young people.
                   Previous experience and proven expertise in policy development, the
                   conceptualization, management and monitoring of large-scale educational
                   projects as well financial management capacity are essential. The successful
                   candidate will also need strong communication skills and demonstrable capacity
                   to work as part of a team.
DUTIES         :   The responsibilities of this position will include, but not be limited to, providing
                   strategic and visionary leadership as well as piloting and implementing innovative
                   approaches to enhance the love for reading as well as reading proficiency levels
                   across the system. Interviewed candidates will be subject to a competency
                   assessment. The successful candidate will be required to sign an annual
                   performance agreement, annually disclose his\her financial interests and be
                   subjected to a security clearance.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms H Moeng Tel 012 312 5477

POST 04/02     :   DIRECTOR
                   Branch: Social and School Enrichment
                   Directorate: Gender Equity
                   Applications are invited from appropriately qualified persons for this senior
                   management position in the Social and School Enrichment Branch of the
                   Department of Education in Pretoria. The position requires a proactive person
                   with vision, leadership skills and proven management ability, to ensure the
                   effective management and leadership of the Gender Equity Directorate. The
                   successful candidate will be responsible for the development and maintenance of
                   policies and programmes relating to Gender Equity in the education system.

SALARY         :   All inclusive remuneration package of R557 133 per annum
REQUIREMENTS   :   We seek an individual with an appropriate and recognised Bachelor's degree or
                   an equivalent three-year qualification (a relevant postgraduate qualification will
                   be an added advantage). This should ideally be supported by substantial
                   experience in education and/or gender equity, and an understanding of current
                   education policies and trends in gender equity in education, both locally and
                   internationally. Strong communication and inter-personal skills, and excellent
                   writing skills are also essential. Candidates should have experience of high-level
                   strategic planning processes, human resource management and financial
                   management. This post requires dynamic leadership and strong project and


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                   management skills. Knowledge of the education research environment and the
                   ability to manage research processes, and/or experience in monitoring and
                   evaluation work would also be an advantage. Applicants must have a valid
                   driver’s license.
DUTIES         :   The successful candidate will be responsible for strategic and operational
                   planning for the directorate, taking overall responsibility for managing and
                   accounting for projects, including the development of business plans, managing
                   budgets and cash flows and implementing and monitoring programmes. She/he
                   will also: ● Support the monitoring and evaluation of policies and strategies to
                   promote gender equity in the education system ●Liaise with gender focal
                   persons in the provincial departments of education in relation to the
                   implementation of gender equity programmes and policies ●Develop and
                   implement new programmes to support gender equity in education ●Represent
                   the directorate, both internally and externally as required ● Liaise with and report
                   to project funders ● Manage internal and external partnerships established to
                   further gender equity in the education system ● Provide leadership to existing
                   programmes established in the Department, in particular in relation to sexual
                   harassment and violence, learner pregnancy issues, and the operations of the
                   GEM/BEM clubs.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms H Moeng Tel 012 312 5477
NOTE           :   The successful candidate will have to sign an annual performance agreement,
                   annually disclose his/her financial interests and be subjected to a security
                   clearance. Short-listed candidates will be required to make a presentation to the
                   interview panel, as well as to undergo a writing test.

POST 04/03     :   DIRECTOR
                   Directorate: Rural Education
                   Applications are invited from appropriately qualified persons for this senior
                   management position in the Social and School Enrichment Branch of the
                   Department of Education in Pretoria. The position requires a proactive person
                   with vision, leadership skills and proven management ability, to ensure the
                   effective management and leadership of the Rural Education Directorate. The
                   successful candidate will be responsible for the development and maintenance of
                   policies and programmes relating to education in rural areas.

SALARY         :   All inclusive remuneration package of R557 133 per annum
REQUIREMENTS   :   We seek an individual with an appropriate and recognised Bachelor's degree or
                   an equivalent three-year qualification (a relevant postgraduate qualification will
                   be an added advantage). This should ideally be supported by substantial
                   experience in education and/or rural development, and an understanding of
                   current education policies and trends, particularly those that have an impact on
                   rural schools. Strong communication and inter-personal skills, and excellent
                   writing skills are also essential. Candidates should have experience of high-level
                   strategic planning processes, human resource management and financial
                   management. This post requires dynamic leadership and strong project and
                   management skills. Knowledge of the education research environment and the
                   ability to manage research processes, and/or experience in monitoring and
                   evaluation work would also be an advantage. Applicants must have a valid
                   driver’s license.
DUTIES         :   The successful candidate will be responsible for strategic and operational
                   planning for the directorate, taking overall responsibility for managing and
                   accounting for projects, including the development of business plans, managing
                   budgets and cash flows and implementing and monitoring programmes. She/he
                   will also: ●Monitor policies and strategies that affect the quality of education in
                   rural areas ●Liaise with provincial departments of education in relation to the
                   implementation of strategies for education in rural areas ● Develop and
                   implement new programmes to ensure access and retention of learners in rural
                   and farm schools as well as improve the quality of rural and farm schools
                   ●Represent the directorate, both internally and externally as required ● Manage
                   internal and external partnerships established to improve and develop education
                   in rural areas ● Provide leadership to existing programmes established in the
                   Department.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms H Moeng Tel 012 312 5477
NOTE           :   The successful candidate will have to sign an annual performance agreement,
                   annually disclose his/her financial interests and be subjected to a security



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                   clearance. Short-listed candidates will be required to make a presentation to the
                   interview panel, as well as to undergo a writing test.

POST 04/04     :   DIRECTOR
                   Directorate: Race and value in Education
                   Applications are invited from appropriately qualified persons for this senior
                   management position in the Social and School Enrichment Branch of the
                   Department of Education in Pretoria. The position requires a proactive person
                   with vision, leadership skills and proven management ability, to ensure the
                   effective management and leadership of the Race and Values Directorate. The
                   successful candidate will be responsible for the development and maintenance of
                   policies and programmes relating to values and human rights in the education
                   system.

SALARY         :   All inclusive remuneration package of R557 133 per annum
REQUIREMENTS   :   We seek an individual with an appropriate and recognised Bachelor's degree or
                   an equivalent three-year qualification (a relevant postgraduate qualification will
                   be an added advantage). This should ideally be supported by substantial
                   experience in education and/or human rights, and an understanding of current
                   education policies and trends in values, human rights and citizenship education,
                   both locally and internationally. Strong communication and inter-personal skills,
                   and excellent writing skills are also essential. Candidates should have
                   experience of high-level strategic planning processes, human resource
                   management and financial management. This post requires dynamic leadership
                   and strong project and management skills.
DUTIES         :   The successful candidate will be responsible for strategic and operational
                   planning for the directorate, taking overall responsibility for managing and
                   accounting for projects, including the development of business plans, managing
                   budgets and cash flows and implementing and monitoring programmes. She/he
                   will also: ● Support the monitoring and evaluation of policies and strategies to
                   promote human rights and anti-discrimination in education ● Develop and
                   support strategies to promote social cohesion through education ● Develop
                   strategies for the promotion of human rights and constitutional values in all
                   schools ● Liaise with the provincial departments of education in relation to the
                   implementation of values, human rights and citizenship education programmes ●
                   Represent the directorate, both internally and externally as required ● Liaise with
                   and report to project funders ● Manage internal and external partnerships
                   established to further human rights and values in the education system ● Provide
                   leadership to existing programmes established in the Department.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms H Moeng Tel 012 312 5477
NOTE           :   The successful candidate will have to sign an annual performance agreement,
                   annually disclose his/her financial interests and be subjected to a security
                   clearance. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license. Short-listed candidates
                   will be required to make a presentation to the interview panel, as well as to
                   undergo a writing test.

POST 04/05     :   DIRECTOR
                   Directorate: School Safety and Enrichment Programmes
                   Applications are invited from appropriately qualified persons for this senior
                   management position in the Social and School Enrichment Branch of the
                   Department of Education. The position requires an analytical, innovative,
                   dynamic, team player who has professional managerial skills and a track record
                   in research and an appropriate practice and experience in the area of school
                   safety and enrichment programme such as sport, arts, culture and music.

SALARY         :   All inclusive remuneration package of R557 133 per annum
REQUIREMENTS   :   An appropriate recognized Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent three-year
                   qualification (a relevant postgraduate qualification will be an added advantage).
                   Sound knowledge of, and understanding of education legislation. This should
                   ideally be supported by substantial experience in education and an
                   understanding of current education policies and trends in school safety, sport,
                   music, art and culture both locally and internationally. Strong communication and
                   inter-personal skills, and excellent writing skills are also essential. Candidates
                   should have experience of high-level strategic planning processes, human
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DUTIES         :   The successful candidate will be responsible for strategic and operational
                   planning for the directorate, taking overall responsibility for managing and
                   accounting for projects, including the development of business plans, managing
                   budgets and cash flows and implementing and monitoring programmes. S/he will
                   also: * Develop a national strategy for mass participation in schools in sport, arts,
                   culture and music activities. * Ensure the implementation of school safety and
                   enrichment programmes in schools. * Support the monitoring and evaluation of
                   policies and strageties to promote school safety and school enrichment
                   programmes. * Coordinate and cooperate with other Departments and partners in
                   ensuring the execution. * Facilitate and monitor the implementation of Physical
                   Education in schools. * Develop and maintain partnerships with relevant
                   stakeholders to ensure talent identification, provision of and access to facilities. *
                   Provide support in coordinating all nationally driven projects for provincial
                   implementation. The successful candidate will be responsible for strategic and
                   operational planning for the directorate, taking overall responsibility for managing
                   and accounting for projects, including the development of business plans,
                   managing budgets and cash flows and implementing and monitoring
                   programmes.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms H Moeng Tel 012 312 5477
NOTE           :   The successful candidate will have to sign an annual performance agreement,
                   annually disclose his/her financial interests and be subjected to a security
                   clearance. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license. Short-listed candidates
                   will be required to make a presentation to the interview panel, as well as to
                   undergo a writing test.

POST 04/06     :   DIRECTOR
                   Directorate: Health Promotion
                   Applications are invited from appropriately qualified persons for this position in
                   the Department of Education in Pretoria. The position requires a self-motivated,
                   dynamic and proactive person with vision and project management skills to
                   manage programmes aimed at the promotion and maintenance of the health of
                   learners and educators

SALARY         :   All inclusive remuneration package of R557 133 per annum
REQUIREMENTS   :   We seek an individual with an appropriate and recognised Bachelor's degree or
                   equivalent three-year qualification (a relevant postgraduate qualification will be
                   an added advantage). This should be supported by substantial experience in the
                   development, implementation and management of health promotion and
                   behaviour modification programmes. Knowledge of the education sector will be
                   an added advantage. Very strong communication skills (both verbal and written)
                   are essential as are organisational and administrative skills, networking skills and
                   the ability to liaise with officials at all levels of government. The successful
                   candidate will be a self-starter who works well independently as well as in a team
                   with demonstrated ability to apply monitoring and evaluation principles in their
                   work.
DUTIES         :   The successful candidate will co-ordinate the development of policies, strategies,
                   policies and programmes to promote healthy lifestyles, and to address health
                   barriers to teaching and learning. He/she with be responsible for managing the
                   projects, including the development of business plans, managing budgets and
                   staff, implementing, monitoring programmes as well as reporting. She/he will
                   also: ● Co-ordinate and facilitate social mobilisation and advocacy campaigns ●
                   Develop, implement and manage programmes ● Liaise and co-operate with
                   departmental units, provincial education departments, national government
                   departments, universities, research organisations as well as NGOs and civic
                   organisations ● Represent the Directorate, both internally and externally as
                   required ● Liaise with and report to project funders ● Manage internal and
                   external partnerships Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and be willing
                   to travel substantively.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms H Moeng Tel 012 312 5477
NOTE           :   Short-listed candidates will be required to make a presentation to the interview
                   panel, as well as to undergo a writing test.




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POST 04/07     :   DIRECTOR
                   Branch: Administration
                   Directorate: Stafffing Services

SALARY         :   All inclusive remuneration package of R557 133 per annum
REQUIREMENTS   :   The candidate must have at least a 3 years Bachelor degree or equivalent
                   qualification plus a minimum of 10 years proven experience in management of
                   Human Resources. He/ she must have a thorough understanding of the
                   Government regulatory framework and processes and knowledge of Human
                   Resource legislation and policies. Demonstrated knowledge is needed of the
                   Public Service Act, Public Service Regulations, Employment of Educators’ Act,
                   Employment Equity Act, Skills Development Act, Basic Conditions of
                   Employment Act and Public Finance Management Act. Knowledge of
                   Recruitment and Selection processes, Personnel Administration and Salaries as
                   well as a performance management development system. Managerial leadership
                   ability and strong interpersonal, communication and writing skills further be
                   required. The following competencies are essential: Understanding of the
                   education sector. Knowledge and experience of human resource systems e.g
                   (PERSAL and BAS). Ability to ensure cost-efficiency of the personnel budget.
                   The successful candidate will perform the following functions: Provide strategic
                   leadership on matters relating to human resources. Development of HR policies.
                   Manage human resource planning and provisioning Manage recruitment and
                   selection and personnel administration. Management of the budget and related
                   matters Advise and consult with management as well as relevant sector bodies
                   on HR planning, recruitment and selection principles and practices relevant to the
                   Department. Oversee that the right people are attracted, screened, selected and
                   placed to support the strategic objectives of the Department’s core business.
                   Manage organisational development and Job Evaluation. Manage performance
                   management development system of the Department.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms H Moeng Tel 012 312 5477
NOTE           :   The successful candidate will have to sign an annual performance agreement,
                   annually, disclose his/her financial interest and be subjected to security
                   clearance.

                                  OTHER POSTS

POST 04/08     :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR
                   Applications are invited from appropriately qualified persons for this position in
                   the Department of Education in Pretoria. The position requires a self-motivated,
                   dynamic and proactive person with vision and project management skills to
                   manage programmes aimed at the promotion and maintenance of the health of
                   learners and educators

SALARY         :   All inclusive remuneration package of R407 745 per annum
REQUIREMENTS   :   We seek an individual with an appropriate and recognised Bachelor's degree or
                   equivalent three-year qualification (a relevant postgraduate qualification will be
                   an added advantage). This should be supported by substantial experience in the
                   development, implementation and management of health promotion and
                   behaviour modification programmes. Knowledge of the education sector will be
                   an added advantage. Very strong communication skills (both verbal and written)
                   are essential as are organisational and administrative skills, networking skills and
                   the ability to liaise with officials at all levels of government. The successful
                   candidate will be a self-starter who works well independently as well as in a team
                   with demonstrated ability to apply monitoring and evaluation principles in their
                   work.
DUTIES         :   The successful candidate will co-ordinate the development of policies, strategies,
                   policies and programmes to promote healthy lifestyles, and to address health
                   barriers to teaching and learning. He/she with be responsible for managing the
                   projects, including the development of business plans, managing budgets and
                   staff, implementing, monitoring programmes as well as reporting. She/he will
                   also: ● Co-ordinate and facilitate social mobilisation and advocacy campaigns ●
                   Develop, implement and manage programmes ● Liaise and co-operate with
                   departmental units, provincial education departments, national government
                   departments, universities, research organisations as well as NGOs and civic
                   organisations ● Represent the Directorate, both internally and externally as
                   required ● Liaise with and report to project funders ● Manage internal and


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                   external partnerships Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and be willing
                   to travel substantively. Short-listed candidates will be required to make a
                   presentation to the interview panel, as well as to undergo a writing test.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms H Moeng Tel 012 312 5477

POST 04/09     :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: HIV AND AIDS
                   Applications are invited from appropriately qualified persons for this position in
                   the Department of Education in Pretoria. The position requires a self-motivated,
                   dynamic and proactive person with vision and project managements skills to
                   manage programmes aimed at strengthening the education sector response to
                   HIV and AIDS.

SALARY         :   All inclusive remuneration package of R407 745 per annum
REQUIREMENTS   :   We seek an individual with an appropriate and recognised Bachelor's degree or
                   equivalent three-year qualification (a relevant postgraduate qualification will be
                   an added advantage). This should be supported by substantial experience in the
                   development, implementation and management of HIV/AIDS programmes.
                   Knowledge of the education sector will be an added advantage. Very strong
                   communication skills (both verbal and written) are essential as are organisational
                   and administrative skills, networking skills and the ability to liaise with officials at
                   all levels of government. The successful candidate will be a self-starter who
                   works well independently as well as in a team with demonstrated ability to apply
                   monitoring and evaluation principles in their work.
DUTIES         :   The successful candidate will co-ordinate the development of policies, strategies,
                   policies and programmes to reduce new HIV infections amongst learners and
                   educators, and to mitigate the impact of HIV infection on the education sector.
                   He/she with be responsible for managing the projects, including the development
                   of business plans, managing budgets and staff, implementing and monitoring
                   programmes as well as reporting. She/he will: ● Develop, implement and
                   manage HIV programmes ● Co-ordinate and facilitate social mobilisation and
                   advocacy campaigns ● Liaise and co-operate with departmental units, provincial
                   education departments, national government departments, universities, research
                   organisations as well as NGOs and civic organisations ● Represent the
                   Directorate, both internally and externally as required ● Liaise with and report to
                   project funders ● Manage internal and external partnerships established to
                   further the education sector response to HIV
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms H Moeng Tel 012 312 5477
NOTE           :   Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and be willing to travel
                   substantively. Short-listed candidates will be required to make a presentation to
                   the interview panel, as well as to undergo a writing test.

POST 04/10     :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: EDUCATOR DEVELOPMENT, MANAGEMENT AND
                   SUPPORT AND APPRAISAL
                   Directorate: Adult Basic Education and Training

SALARY         :   All inclusive remuneration package of R407 745 per annum
REQUIREMENTS   :   Interested persons must be in possession of a recognised three-year Bachelor’s
                   degree (or equivalent qualification) and supplemented by relevant experience in
                   Adult Education. Applicants must have a sound knowledge and understanding of
                   relevant legislation, including the Adult Basic Education and Training Act, Skills
                   Development Act, South African Qualifications Authority Act, General Education
                   and Further Education and Training Qualifications Act, Public Finance
                   Management Act. The incumbent must have experience in curriculum
                   development, educator development, project management, research and policy-
                   making. Candidates must have experience in the conceptualization and
                   implementation of Adult Education Programmes. Familiarity with Government
                   programmes and strategies, such as the Accelerated and Shared Growth
                   Initiative – South Africa (ASGISA), the Joint Initiative on Priority Skills Acquisition
                   (JIPSA), the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) the National Skills
                   Development Strategy II (NSDS-II) 2005-2010 will be an advantage. The
                   incumbent would be expected to possess excellent communication (verbal and
                   written) skills, be delivery and solutions-oriented, be able to work under pressure
                   and have good interpersonal skills.
DUTIES         :   The successful candidate will be required to: Develop a policy framework on
                   Adult Educators; oversee the implementation of the AET educator policy
                   framework; * Provide operational leadership in the implementation, co-ordination,


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                   evaluation and monitoring of the educator policy framework in Adult Education
                   and Training; develop national strategies for educator support and development;
                   * develop strategies for strengthening educator learning area expertise; facilitate
                   and collaborate with the Teacher Development Directorate around the
                   development and support of Adult Educators; *develop a comprehensive
                   educator database on Adult Education And Training; and facilitate collaboration
                   with partners in Government departments, SETAs, Further and Higher Education
                   institutions, community based structures, private sector, as well as stakeholders
                   and relevant role-players around educator development and support in Adult
                   Education and Training.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms H Moeng Tel 012 312 5477
NOTE           :   Short-listed candidates will be required to make a presentation to the interview
                   panel, as well as to undergo a writing test.

POST 04/11     :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
                   Branch: System Planning and Monitoring
                   Directorate: Legislative Services

SALARY         :   R217 482 per annum
REQUIREMENTS   :   Applicants must be in possession of a recognised 4-year degree supported by at
                   least 6 years' experience in the legal field after obtaining the qualification, with
                   specific focus on legislation and legal services. Candidates must have good
                   written and verbal communication and liaison skills and a strong interest in the
                   development of the education system, and must understand the relevant public
                   service and education development legislative and legal framework. Other skills
                   necessary for the posts are computer literacy, and the ability to work under
                   pressure without supervision and as part of a team. Admission as advocate or
                   attorney will be a strong recommendation.
DUTIES         :   The successful candidate for the post of Assistant Director: Legislative Services
                   will be responsible for the following: Developing and maintaining education and
                   training legislation (Bills, Acts and Regulations pertaining to the DoE);
                   coordinating, monitoring, evaluating and supporting the effective implementation
                   of legislation in all provinces and providing support for the development of
                   legislation and regulations at provincial level; administering the legislation of
                   statutory bodies; rendering a legal interpretation and advisory service to the
                   Department.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms H Moeng Tel 012 312 5477




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                                                                                                     ANNEXURE B

                          DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS AND TOURISM
It is our intention to promote representivity (race, gender and disability) in the Department through the filling
 of this post and candidates whose appointment /promotion/transfer will promote representivity will receive
                                                   preference.

APPLICATIONS                :     The Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism, Private
                                  Bag X447, Pretoria, 0001
NOTE                        :     Applications must be submitted on form Z83 and should be accompanied by
                                  certified copies of qualifications as well as a comprehensive CV in order to be
                                  considered, It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications
                                  evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). Correspondence
                                  will be limited to successful candidates only. 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 04/12                  :     DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LOGISTICS SERVICES (AP 15/2009)

SALARY                      :     Remuneration package of R407 745 per annum (including choice of basic salary
                                  between (70% and 76% of package), State’s contribution to the Government
                                  Employee Pension Fund (13% of basic salary) and a flexible portion. The flexible
                                  portion of the package can be structured according to the individual’s personal
                                  needs
CENTRE                      :     Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS                :     A three year tertiary qualification in Administration or in Economics Management
                                  studies or equivalent three year qualification.  Knowledge of Public Service
                                  regulations and relevant legislative framework  Knowledge of the National
                                  Archives and Record Service of South Africa Act, Minimum Information Security
                                  Standards (MISS) and the Electronic Communications and Transaction Act will
                                  be an advantage.  Supervisory/Managerial skills essential.  Advanced
                                  computer skills.  Ability to work under pressure and independently. 
                                  Innovative.  Planning and organising skills,  Good communication skills
                                  (verbal and written), and good interpersonal relations and  Experience in
                                  facilities management and administrative services  The ability and experience
                                  in leading and managing a team in a large component  Be prepared to work
                                  irregular hours.
DUTIES                      :     The incumbent of this post will perform the following duties:  Manage the
                                  provision and maintenance of office accommodation functions  Manage DEAT
                                  Telecommunication services  Administer service contracts in line with related
                                  legislative framework  Manage Cleaning and Food aid services  Manage
                                  Registry and Records services  Maintain an approved File plan and ensure
                                  records are classified appropriately in line with the National Archives Act and
                                  MISS document  Manage Parking function  Management and skills
                                  development of the Sub-Directorate’s personnel.
ENQUIRIES                   :     Ms Sindi Phungula (012) 310-3788
FOR ATTENTION               :     Mr G Moroke
CLOSING DATE                :     20 February 2009

POST 04/13                  :     VETTING INVESTIGATOR (AP05/2009)

SALARY                      :     R117 501 per annum
CENTRE                      :     Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS                :     Applicants must be in a possession of an appropriate three-year
                                  diploma/certificate (or equivalent) in security/investigation with relevant working
                                  experience. Good communication, interview and analytical skills. Computer
                                  literacy, A valid driver’s license.
DUTIES                      :     The successful candidate will: Conduct vetting fieldwork investigations. Provide
                                  inputs for the development and implementation of policies, guidelines, norms and
                                  standards in vetting investigations. Ensure effective communication between the
                                  Department and the National intelligence Agency (NIA) and other related
                                  agencies. Participation in task teams dealing with matters relating to vetting
                                  investigations and security. Administer vetting files and reports
ENQUIRIES                   :     Mr LG Naidoo Tel (012) 310-3446


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FOR ATTENTION   :   Mr D Masoga Tel: (012) 310 3212
CLOSING DATE    :   20 February 2009

POST 04/14      :   OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR I: (SECRETARY TO                        THE     DIRECTOR:
                    ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT SERVICES (AP13/2009)

SALARY          :   R94 326 per annum (Total package of R146 549 per annum/conditions apply)
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   Applicants should be in possession of a grade 12 certificate,  Secretarial
                    Diploma or equivalent qualification will be an added advantage,  Must have
                    practical experience related to the duties.  Good interpersonal, communication,
                    decision-making and organising skills  Computer literate with knowledge of MS
                    Excel, MS Power-point, MS Word, Group Wise and Internet.  Applicants must
                    also have good administration, diary management, mail and telephone screening
                    skills.  Typing skills and the ability to compile submissions, reports and line
                    function documents are also essential to this post.  The incumbent should have
                    an understanding of the Public Service Systems and procedures and have the
                    ability to work without supervision.  Willingness to work after hours when
                    needed will be an added advantage.
DUTIES          :   Render a secretarial service to the Manager which entails:  diary and document
                    management;  e-mail management;  travelling and accommodation
                    arrangements;  compiling and submitting claims for approval;  filing; 
                    compiling presentations, reports, submissions and typing documents; 
                    organising meetings and logistical arrangements for the Manager;  assisting
                    stakeholders with queries and dissemination of information;  procurement of
                    goods and services for the office,  Taking minutes of meetings; performing any
                    other office administration related activities  Assisting the manager with
                    personal tasks within an agreed framework between the manager and official.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms Sindi Phungula (012) 310 3788
FOR ATTENTION   :   Mr D Masoga
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/15      :   OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR I: DIRECTORATE: LITIGATION AND LAW
                    REFORM (AP 11/2008)

SALARY          :   R94 326 per annum (Total package of 146 549 per annum/ conditions apply
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A Grade 12 certificate plus relevant experience in office administration; A
                    relevant post matric qualification in office administration will serve as an added
                    advantage; Good interpersonal, communication, decision-making and organising
                    skills ; Computer literacy with knowledge of MS Excel, Ms Power-point, MS
                    Word, GroupWise and Internet.            Must have good administration, diary
                    management, mail and telephone screening skills; an understanding of the Public
                    Service Systems and procedures will also serve as an advantage; Ability to work
                    with limited supervision. Willingness to work after hours.
DUTIES          :   Provide overall office administration support to the Office of the Director:
                    Litigation and Law Reform which will entails: Diary and document management,
                    e-mail management; Travel and accommodation arrangements, Draft
                    submissions; Facilitate travel and subsistence claims for the Director; Develop
                    and maintain an accessible and user-friendly filing system; Compile
                    presentations and reports; Responsible for logistical arrangements for the
                    Director; organizing workshops, seminars and meetings, dissemination of
                    information, procurement of goods and services for the office, taking minutes
                    during meetings, performing any other office administration related activities and
                    assisting the Director with personal tasks within an agreed framework.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr V Blose - Tel: (012) 310 3939
FOR ATTENTION   :   Mr G Moroke
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009




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                                                                                             ANNEXURE C

                    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    :       16 February 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 POSTS

POST 04/16      :       ELECTRONIC INFORMATION SYSTEM OFFICER: INFORMATION SECURITY
                        (EISO/2008/08
                        Information Security
                        One position of Electronic Information System Officer at the Information Security
                        Division is currently available at the Government Employees Pension Fund

SALARY          :       R145 920 per annum (Basic Salary)
CENTRE          :       Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :       Recognised three year IT Diploma or Degree with two years proven experience
                        in the IT Technical environment or a Grade 12 certificate with 5 years proven
                        experience in the IT Technical environment. CISSP will be a strong advantage
                        Expert understanding of Firewall, Intrusion Detection and Antivirus systems
                        Understanding of policies, procedure and standards application Sound
                        knowledge of all applicable legislation and regulations pertaining to Information
                        Security (COMSEC Act, MISS, PAIA, Protection of Information Act, NARS, ECT,
                        ISO 17799/2000X) Valid drivers license Competencies: Computer literacy that
                        include a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office products especially
                        Windows XP, MS Project Management, Active directory Network and other
                        Server related Operating system services Technical knowledge of Firewall,
                        Intrusion Detection and Antivirus systems Ability to work independently and with
                        minimum supervision Ability to exercise initiative Ethical business conduct.
                        Reliable, capable of being entrusted with sensitive information The ability to work
                        well under pressure Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
                        Experience in the implementation and negotiation with the implementation of
                        Service Level Agreements (SLA’s) with service providers
DUTIES          :       Key Performance Areas: The successful candidate will be responsible For the
                        following: Manage own day to day activities. Assist with the implementation and
                        monitoring of GEPF Firewall, Intrusion Detection and Antivirus systems Assist
                        with the preparation of documentation relating to submission feedback reports
                        etc. Advise and guide the Manager on effective management of Firewall,
                        Intrusion Detection and Antivirus systems Coordinate awareness presentations
                        on Cyber crime treats and attacks for all levels of GEPF personnel Communicate
                        with the Manager to define metrics and performance goals for the Firewall,
                        Intrusion Detection and Antivirus systems infrastructure solution Ensure
                        adherence of service provider in respect of regular updates of patches Ensure
                        adherence to the quality of ICT quality management plans and standards Liaise
                        with specialist and architects to ensure that Firewall, Intrusion Detection and
                        Antivirus are moving with the current technology

POST 04/17      :       PROCESS FLOW SYSTEM OFFICERS: INFORMATION SECURITY
                        (PFSO/2008/08)
                        Two positions of Process Flow System Officers at the Information Security
                        Division are currently available at the Government Employees Pension Fund

SALARY          :       R145 920 per annum (Basic Salary)
CENTRE          :       Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :       Recognised Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification, with two years
                        appropriate proven experience in an information workflow environment or a
                        Senior Certificate with five years proven experience in the information workflow
                        environment Expert understanding of process flow systems Sound knowledge of


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             relevant information security legislation and regulations (MISS, PAIA, Protection
             of Information Act, NARS, ECT, PFMA, PPI bill and Pensions Fund Act) Sound
             knowledge of information management and electronic records management
             Experience in the use of electronic records/documents management system
             Comprehension of document classification Valid drivers license Competencies:
             Computer literacy that include a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office
             products especially Windows XP, MS Project Management and SAP or relevant
             Document Management / Workflow systems Ability to work independently and
             with minimum supervision Strong persuasion skills and ability to substantiate
             arguments Ability to exercise initiative Ethical business conduct. Reliable,
             capable of being entrusted with sensitive information The ability to work well
             under pressure Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
DUTIES   :   Key Performance Areas: The successful candidate will be responsible For the
             following: Process Flow Systems: Assist with the development and
             implementation of relevant electronic process flow systems Internal liaison on the
             development, implementation and integration of process flow systems Advice
             and guide the Assistant Director regarding effective process flow system
             practices and procedures Assist with the drafting of presentations on process
             flow systems Assist with the compilation and review of policies and procedures
             on process flow systems Control and monitor user profiles (allocation and
             revoking of passwords) Implement, monitor and assess demarcation of user
             profiles according to generally accepted systems. Document Management:
             Assist with the development, implementation and monitoring of a document
             classification system Assist with the drafting and implementation of writing
             prescriptions Develop, implement and monitor a document reference and
             catalogue system Monitor correct categorizing and filing of documents in hard
             copy and electronic format Assist with the development of practices and
             procedures to effectively tract the movement of documents between Business
             Units Monitor and evaluate compliance to prescriptions on electronic imaging in
             terms of Internal GEPF documents and correspondence as well as client
             documents received




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                                                                                                     ANNEXURE D

                                           DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
  The Department of Health is registered with the Department of Labour as a designated Employer and the
     filling of the following posts will be in line with the Employment Equity Act (including people with
                                                    disabilities).

APPLICATIONS              :     Direct your application quoting the above relevant reference number to : The
                                Director-General, Department of Health, Private Bag X828, Pretoria, 0001, Hand
                                delivered applications may be submitted at Reception (Application Box),
                                Hallmark Building, Proes Street between Andries and Paul Kruger Streets.
FOR ATTENTION             :     Mrs Elsabe Visser
CLOSING DATE              :     16 February 2009
NOTE                      :     Applications should be submitted on form Z83 obtainable from any Public Service
                                Department and should be accompanied by a CV (experience must be
                                comprehensively detailed) and certified copies of qualification certificates. No
                                faxed or e-mailed applications will be considered. Applications received after the
                                closing date and those that do not comply with the requirements, will not be
                                considered. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications
                                evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). The department
                                reserves the right not to fill the post. The successful candidate will be subjected
                                to security clearance procedures. Applicants are respectfully informed that
                                correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If notification of an
                                interview is not received within three (3) months after the closing date,
                                candidates may regard their application as unsuccessful. The Department will not
                                be liable where applicants use incorrect/no reference numbers on their
                                applications.

                                               OTHER POST

POST 04/18                :     SENIOR TRAINING OFFICER (REF.NDOH.236/2008)
                                Cluster: Human Resources Development and Management: Directorate: Sector
                                Education and Training
                                (This post is advertised in the Public Service only. Applicants who are not
                                employed in the Public Service in terms of the Public Service Act, 1994 will not
                                be considered for the post).

SALARY                    :     R145 920 per annum (plus competitive benefits)
CENTRE                    :     Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS              :     An appropriate three-year Bachelor’s Degree/National Diploma or equivalent
                                qualification obtained at NQF level 5. Knowledge of and experience in the
                                application of the Skills Development Act and related processes. Two-five years
                                experience as a Training Officer. Good interpersonal relation skills. Research
                                and coordination skills. Good communication skills (written and verbal).
                                Computer skills. A valid code 08 (Code B) driver’s licence will be an added
                                advantage.
DUTIES                    :     *Assist and advise supervisors and or Managers on various training aspects
                                *Assist the Skills Development Facilitator in compiling both the Departmental
                                Workplace Skills Plan, Annual/Quarterly Training Report *Present, facilitate, co-
                                ordinate and organise the Induction course for all new appointee in the
                                Department *Manage and Administer the Study Assistance Programme
                                *Facilitate and outsourcing in-house training courses, seminars, workshops and
                                conferences *Coordinate management development programmes as requested
                                *Assess training courses and qualifications to ensure alignment with National
                                Qualification Framework *Coordinate and manage mentorship, internship and
                                learnership programmes *Ensuring compliance of National Department of Health
                                to Skills Development Act, Skills Levies Act and other Human Resource
                                Development legislations *Present modular needs directed training to
                                Clusters/Directors on request *Act as secretary to the Department’s Skills
                                Development committees *Create a healthy training climate in the Department as
                                well as training awareness *Liaise with both training consultants and relevant
                                Sector Education and Training Authorities *Manage the Department’s Career
                                Guidance Programme
ENQUIRIES                 :     Mr A Masilo at tel (012) 312 0072.




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                                                                                       ANNEXURE E

                           DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING

APPLICATIONS    :   The director-General, Department of Housing, Private Bag X644, Pretoria 0001
                    Physical Address 240 Walker Street, Govan Mbeki House, Sunnyside Pretoria
                    0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Abel Mositsa
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 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.

                                   OTHER POST

POST O4/19      :   SECURITY OFFICER GRADE III (1 POST) REF DOH/08/09
                    Directorate: Security Management

SALARY          :   R64 410 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   Applicants must be in possession of a Grade 10 or Grade 12 certificate or
                    equivalent qualification. Registration with PSIRA. Adequate experience as a
                    security officer. Sound knowledge of control and Access of Public Premises and
                    Vehicles Act 53 of 1985. Good writing and interpersonal skills. Ability to take
                    initiative and work under minimum supervision. Be prepared to work irregular
                    hours and night shifts.
DUTIES          :   The successful candidates will: Perform Access control, patrol and office security
                    duties, Operate the Department’s security electronic access control system,
                    Conduct daily inspection of security, Health and safety on premises, Searching of
                    vehicle in accordance with Control and Access of the Public Premises and
                    Vehicles Act 53 of 1985, Ensure that personnel comply with all relevant security
                    procedures and instructions.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr. I Mnisi Tel: (012) 421 1552




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                                                                                                    ANNEXURE F

                                  INDEPENDENT COMPLAINTS DIRECTORATE
  The Independent Complaints Directorate is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. It is our
 intention to promote representatively in terms of race, gender and disability within the Department through
   the filling of posts. Candidates, whose appointment/promotion/transfer will promote the achievement of
                            employment equity within the ICD, will receive preference.

APPLICATIONS               :     Independent Complaints Directorate Private Bag X 941 Pretoria 0001
FOR ATTENTION              :     Ms O Mazibuko
CLOSING DATE               :     13 February 2009
NOTE                       :     Applications should be submitted on a Z83 obtained from any Public Service
                                 Department, accompanied by a comprehensive CV, certified copies of
                                 qualifications and ID The candidate will have to undergo security vetting. His /
                                 her character should be beyond reproach.

                                                OTHER POST

POST 04/20                 :     ASSISTANT MANAGER: STATISTICS

SALARY                     :     R174 243 per annum
CENTRE                     :     Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS               :     A relevant degree or diploma in Data Analysis and or practical experience in
                                 Data Analysis. Interpersonal as well as good verbal/ writing skills are essential.
                                 Applicant must be willing to work irregular hours and under extreme pressure. A
                                 valid driver’s is essential.
DUTIES                     :     Key competencies include: Generate, analyse and interpret statistics; Monitor the
                                 regular updating of the database by all ICD offices; Verification of statistics;
                                 Compilation of various input into various reports such as monthly, quarterly, bi-
                                 annual and annual reports, reports to stakeholders, etc; Writing programme
                                 scripts to manipulate data; Attending to database queries from various ICD
                                 provincial offices.
ENQUIRIES                  :     Ms ME Geerdts@ (012) 392 0400




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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

CLOSING DATE              :      16 February 2009
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 04/21                :      DEPUTY DIRECTOR: AREA COURT MANAGER (5 POSTS)

SALARY                    :      R344 052 – R398 805 per annum (All inclusive). The successful candidate will
                                 be required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE                    :      Magistrate: Pretoria /Johannesburg (Ref: 09/01/GP)
                                 Magistrate: Cape Town: Bellvile/ Vredendal/ Worcester (Ref: ACM/1/CO/WC)
REQUIREMENTS              :      An appropriate three-year Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification; Three
                                 years’ management experience; Knowledge and experience of financial
                                 management, PFMA, office and district administration will serve as strong
                                 recommendation; A valid driver’s license; Skills and Competencies: Strong
                                 leadership and management capabilities; Strategic capabilities; Interpersonal
                                 relations; Communication (verbal and written); Accuracy and attention to detail.
DUTIES                    :      Co-ordinate and manage financial and human resources of the cluster, strategic
                                 and business planning processes as well as the facility, physical resources,
                                 information and communication related to courts; Implement the Department all
                                 policies on courts; Compile and analyse court statistics to show performance and
                                 trends; Provide case tracking services to the judiciary and prosecuting authority;
                                 Compile annual performance and statutory reports to the relevant users; Develop
                                 and implement customer service improvement strategies; Lead and manage the
                                 transformation of the cluster; Facilitate strategic projects intended to improve
                                 court management; Communicate and relate with the internal and external
                                 stakeholders.
ENQUIRIES                 :      Gauteng: Ms. J Mokoena  (011) 223 7600
                                 Western Cape: Mr D Roux  (021) 462 5471
APPLICATIONS              :      Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to:
                                 Gauteng: The Regional Head, Private Bag X06, Johannesburg, 2000. Physical
                                 address: 15th floor; Regional Office – Gauteng; Department of Justice and
                                 Constitutional Development; Cnr. Commissioner and Kruis Street; Johannesburg;
                                 2000
                                 Western Cape: The Regional Head, Department of Justice and Constituional
                                 Development, Private Bag X 9171, Cape Town, 8000 Physical Address: Plein
                                                    th
                                 Park Building, 11 Floor, Plein Street, Cape Town, 8000
NOTE                      :      Separate applications must be submitted to each region/centre. Failure to do so
                                 will result to your application being applied to only one of the centres

POST 04/22                :      OFFICE MANAGER: PROJECT MANAGEMENT OFFICE REF: 09/07/2009

SALARY                    :      R344 052 – R398 805 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                                 sign a performance agreement.


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CENTRE         :   National Office, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Three years Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification; Three years
                   managerial experience; Knowledge of departmental strategic goals, performance
                   reward, pay progression and backdated promotions prescripts as well as
                   departmental polices; Knowledge of the Public Service and the working of
                   Government; Knowledge of corporate services in Government. Skills and
                   Competencies: Research and negotiation skills; Strategic thinking and leadership
                   skills; Project Management skills; Communication (oral and written) skills;
                   Computer literacy (Ms Office. Intranet and Internet); Presentation skills; Problem
                   solving and decision making; Customer service orientation; Ability to work
                   independently, yet as part of a team when required and work under pressure and
                   meet deadlines; Professionalism; Understanding confidentiality in Government;
                   Policy analysis and implementation; Financial management; Report writing
DUTIES         :   Support the DDG in communicating departmental strategic objectives and vision,
                   mission & values; Supervise the Corporate Services personnel; Manage and
                   control office equipment; Manage logistical arrangements for the integrated
                   branch meetings and operations; Manage follow-up of DDG’s instructions to
                   ensure prompt execution by relevant branches; Manage the DDG’s office petty
                   cash; Liaise with Senior Managers, National Office and other stakeholders with
                   regard to Corporate Services matters; Manage and control recording and
                   attendance to the proceedings of strategic tasks; Attend to and record more
                   complicated Corporate Services enquires; Maintain a clear communication
                   channel to both internal and external stakeholders; Prepare presentation and
                   briefing notes for the DDG; Disseminate complex information to all departmental
                   branch heads; Ensure exchange of regular information between the DDG and
                   Senior Managers; Maintain good human relations with other departmental
                   branches; Compile, analyze and report progress on monthly and quarterly basis,
                   memoranda regarding all matters related to Corporate Services; Ensure the
                   correct application of regulations, resolutions, policies or any other legal source
                   of directive related to the specific fields; Execute personnel-administrative,
                   guiding and controlling of Corporate Services functions; Recommend policy
                   formulation inputs; Render a personnel advice, coaching and mentoring of Office
                   Support Services Personnel.
ENQUIRIES      :   K Ngomani (012) 357 8661
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address: The Director-General: 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.

POST 04/23     :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: HR KEY ACCOUNTS (1 POST) REF: 09/02/GP

SALARY         :   R311 358 – R344 052 per annum (all inclusive). The successful candidate will
                   be required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Regional Office, Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   A Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management or any relevant
                   qualification with fundamental experience in a Generalist HR environment; In-
                   depth knowledge in all aspects of HR; Valid driver’s license. Skills and
                   Competencies: Good Customer relations; Co-ordination and Planning skills;
                   Performance Consulting; Relationship Management; Accuracy and attention to
                   detail.
DUTIES         :   The incumbent will render Generalist HR consulting services to the client
                   Branches in the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development; Provide
                   HR interventions in the following fields: Recruitment and selection, HR
                   Administration, Performance Management, Organizational Development,
                   Learning and Development, Employment Relations, Business Process
                   Improvement Methods and any other skills of HR service interest; Contribute to
                   the development and accomplishment of departmental business plan and
                   objectives; Act as an employee advocate and change champion; Continually
                   assess the effectiveness of HR.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr. F Oosthuizen  (011) 223 7600
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to he 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




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POST 04/24     :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: FINANCIAL OPERATIONS MANAGER (2 POSTS)
                   REF: 09/04/GP

SALARY         :   R174 243 – R202 287 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Regional Office Gauteng
REQUIREMENTS   :   Degree or diploma in Financial Management or equivalent qualification; Three
                   years relevant financial experience; Knowledge and understanding of the PFMA,
                   Treasury Regulations and relevant Government regulations and policies;
                   Knowledge and practical experience of the Basic Accounting System, Supply
                   Chain Management and Budgeting process in Government. Ability to work
                   extended hours, when required; A valid drivers license; Skills and Competencies:
                   Knowledge and experience of BAS, JDAS, JYP, PERSAL, PFMA, Treasury
                   Regulations, Departmental Financial Instructions, Budgets, Assets and Supply
                   Chain Management; Computer literacy; Proven managerial, verbal and written
                   communication skills as well as ability to maintain good interpersonal relations;
                   Ability to work under pressure and overtime if required; A thorough
                   understanding and knowledge of the Department’s various branches will be an
                   added advantage. Driving. People skills. Motivational skills. Training skills.
DUTIES         :   Identify financial problems and risks by conducting compliance assessments and
                   report findings to the Court Manager, Area Court Manager and Regional
                   Financial Manager; Define and introduce financial control, procedures and
                   methods towards achieving a NAQ status; Monitor the implementation of audit
                   recommendations and action plan to ensure compliance; Monitor and support
                   sub offices with budget formulation; allocation; executing and reporting.
                   Monitoring and reporting on effective supply chain and asset management in line
                   with Supply Chain Management Processes and prescripts. Monitor and render
                   support with Cluster’s monthly reconciliation of third party funds. Responsible for
                   coaching, mentoring and training of staff on all financial and supply chain
                   management prescripts. Assist and support with the implementation of financial
                   systems
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms. M Jooste  (011) 223 7676
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   Address: The Regional Head: Gauteng, Private Bag X 6, Johannesburg, 2000
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                   OR Physical Address: 15 Floor, Carlton Center, Cnr. of Commissioner and
                   Kruis street, Johannesburg.

POST 04/25     :   ASSISTANT MANAGER: PROJECT OFFICE MANAGEMENT REF: 09/08/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 years Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification; Three years
                   administrative experience; Knowledge of departmental strategic goals, policies
                   and prescripts; Knowledge of the Public Service and the workings of
                   Government; Knowledge of corporate services in Government. Skills and
                   Competencies: Research and negotiation skills; Project management; Excellent
                   communication (oral and written)skills; Computer literacy (MS Office, Intranet and
                   Internet); Presentation skills; Problem solving and decision making; Creative and
                   analytical thinking; Customer service orientation; Ability to work independently,
                   yet function as part of a team when required; Ability to work under pressure and
                   meet deadlines; Understanding confidentiality in Government; Policy analysis
                   and implementation; Report writing.
DUTIES         :   Support the DDG in communicating departmental strategic objectives and vision,
                   mission and values; Provide logistical support services for the integrated branch
                   meetings and operations; Conduct follow – ups on DDG’s instructions to ensure
                   prompt execution by relevant branches; Liaise with Senior Managers, National
                   Office and other stakeholders with regard to Corporate Services matters; Record
                   and attend to the proceedings of strategic tasks; Attend to and record less –
                   complicated Corporate Services enquiries; Disseminate regular information to all
                   departmental branch heads; Maintain good human relations with other
                   departmental branches; Compile memoranda regarding all matters related to
                   Corporate Services; Ensure the correct application of regulations, resolutions,
                   policies or any other legal source of directive related to the specific fields;
                   Provide policy formulation inputs for the DDGCS Office.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms K Ngomani  012 357 8661


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APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address: The Director-General: 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.

POST 04/26     :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: SECURITY REF: 09/VA17/NW

SALARY         :   R174 243 – R 202 287 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Regional Office: Mmabatho
REQUIREMENTS   :   A three year qualification in Law or Security Risk Management . Three years
                   experience in information security and investigations. A valid driver’s license; NIA
                   Security Managers’ Course; Knowledge of PFMA will be an added advantage;
                   NIA Security Management Course will be an added advantage; Post matric
                   qualification in security and risk management will be advantageous; Skills and
                   competencies: Sound knowledge of Minimum Information Security Standards
                   (MISS) and other relevant legal prescripts. Understanding of security risk
                   management processes. Investigation acumen Excellent presentation and report
                   writing skills; Excellent communication skills ( verbal and written); Computer
                   literacy (MS Word and Excel); Ability to work under pressure; Administrative and
                   organizational skills; Sound interpersonal relations; Accuracy and attention to
                   detail.
DUTIES         :   Facilitate the implementation of information security policy, procedures and
                   standards; Conduct security awareness programmes at various sub offices;
                   Conduct security vetting on all administrative staff in the region and maintain;
                   Regional vetting and investigation database. Investigation of security breaches in
                   liason with SAPS, NIA and other relevant stakeholders. Implementation of the
                   Departmental fraud and anti – corruption strategy. Ensure and monitor
                   adherence to departmental security systems and policies; Manage security at
                   sub-offices in the region including resources, security personnel, contract
                   security and physical security infrastructure; Ensure Implementation of security
                   measures at courts in consultation with the court managers; Promote and
                   facilitate security awareness and education programmes ; Conduct security
                   threats and risk audits; Ensure compliance with MISS and departmental security
                   policy; Roll out of contingency plan and OHSA compliance at sub-offices within
                   the region; Ensure the safety of all persons in the court environment,
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr. Manyathela Isaac at  (018) 389 8338
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional
                   Head, Private Bag X2033, Mmabatho, 2735.

POST 04/27     :   ASSISTANT MASTER (2 POSTS) REF: 09/03/GP

SALARY         :   Salary will be determined in accordance with experience.
CENTRE         :   Master of the High Court: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   An LLB Degree or four year recognize legal qualification plus three years
                   relevant experience; Knowledge and experience in the Masters environment;
                   Knowledge of the Administration of Estates Act, Mental Health Act, Insolvency
                   Act, Companies Act, Close Corporations Act, Trust Property Control Act and
                   other relevant legislation; Experience in the functional fields of and services
                   provided by the      Masters of the High Court; The following will serve as a
                   recommendation: An appropriate post degree qualification; Management and
                   supervisory experience; Admission as an Attorney or Advocate of the High Court;
                   A valid code EB (Previously code 8) driver’s license; Shortlisted candidates will
                   be subjected to a security vetting process. Skills and Competencies: Research
                   and report writing; Management and Supervisory skills; Planning and organizing;
                   Strong leadership qualities; Strategic and conceptual orientation; Strong
                   communication skills with the ability to motivate and direct people; Attention to
                   detail; People development and empowerment; Problem solving; Time
                   management; Ability to work in a highly pressurized environment.
DUTIES         :   Manage the effective and efficient delivery of Masters Services at the Service
                   Points where based and surrounding service points. The post incumbent would
                   report to the applicable Master. Direct and take full responsibility for all
                   operations of the Masters services at the Service Point within the established
                   policy framework including financial matters e.g. budgeting. Provide leadership,
                   direction and training in respect of Masters Services. Represent the Service



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                   Points in respect of Masters Services in its relationships with internal and
                   external stakeholders
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr. BC Nell  (012) 339 7732 / 339 7807
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address: The Director-General: Justice and Constitutional evelopment, 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
NOTE           :   The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.

POST 04/28     :   REGISTRAR OF THE HIGH COURT REF: 09/02/KZN

SALARY         :   Salary will be determined in accordance with experience. The successful
                   candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   High Court, Durban
REQUIREMENTS   :   LLB degree or equivalent qualification; Skills and Competencies: Numeracy
                   Skills; Office management, planning and organization skills; Conflict resolution;
                   Good communication (written and verbal); Good interpersonal relations;
                   Computer literacy (MS Office); Ability to interpret acts and regulations;
                   Negotiation, motivation, customer relation, self-management and stress
                   management skills.
DUTIES         :   Co-ordinate Case Flow Management Support Service to judiciary and
                   prosecution at local level; Issue all processes that initiate court proceedings; Co-
                   ordinate Interpretation Services in conjunction with the interpreters within the
                   court; Process judgments by default and attorneys costs; Issue, keep, check and
                   analyse court statistics; Issue court orders, advise Judges of cases that are
                   distributed and allocated to the courts; Manage Appeals, Reviews, Applications
                   for request to Access to Information, Courts Records and all relevant registers;
                   Authenticate signatures of legal practitioners, notaries, sworn translators and
                   conveyancers; Any other duties requested by the Senior or Chief Registrar.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms N.Nako  031 362 5855
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional
                   Head, Private Bag X54372, Durban, 4000

POST 04/29     :   INTERNAL AUDITOR: FORENSIC AUDIT (3 POSTS) REF: 09/12/IA

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 Bachelors Degree or National Diploma in Auditing,
                   Accounting or Law; Added advantage: Diploma/Certificate in Forensic Audit
                   Investigation or Criminal Justice and Auditing or Investigations; One year
                   experience in an auditing/investigation environment; Knowledge of financial
                   investigations and ability to apply knowledge in practical situations; Knowledge of
                   relevant applicable legislation; Must be in possession of a valid driver’s license;
                   The successful candidate will be required to undergo a security clearance.
DUTIES         :   Provide input in the proofing of fraud risks and contribute to the development of
                   an early warning system; Effectively conduct forensic audit investigations in
                   accordance with the investigation methodology and within the determined time
                   frames; Conduct forensic audit investigations and report accordingly on the
                   results of the investigation; Represent the Department in the criminal and civil
                   recovery processes; Liaise with other State Law enforcement agencies on the
                   reported cases; Advise management on areas where inadequate measures exist
                   to mitigate risks; Present quality reports to management; Co-ordinate the forensic
                   audit assignments with other units within the Department, including Internal
                   Audit.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms A Xundu  012 315 1781
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address: The Director-General: 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.

POST 04/30     :   COMMUNICATION OFFICER: PUBLICATIONS (2 X POSTS) REF: 09/11/PEC

SALARY         :   R117 501 – R136 419 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.


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CENTRE         :   National Office, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   A three-year Degree/Diploma in Communication or equivalent qualification;
                   Proficiency in at least two official languages; Knowledge of government
                   procedures and processes as well as the corporate identity guidelines for
                   government; A valid code B driver’s. Skills and Competencies: Excellent
                   communication (verbal and written) skills; Interpersonal skills; Excellent
                   proofreading and copyediting skills; General Computer literacy and knowledge of
                   desktop publishing software, such as Adobe In Design & Corel Draw; Ability to
                   work independently and under pressure. Attention to detail.
DUTIES         :   Coordinate the production of booklets, posters, pamphlets etc. to inform citizens
                   on their rights and obligations in terms of Justice Legislation; Administer the
                   production process of publications in terms of quality control in line with the
                   clients’ requirements and the departmental procurement policy; Proofread and
                   copyedit all English publications produced for the department; File all the job
                   bags with the communiqués related to the publication, including samples and
                   backup files; Implement the corporate identity manual for the department, ensure
                   customer awareness and compliance.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms K Ngomane  012 - 357 8661
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   Address: The Director – General: Justice and Constitutional Development;
                   Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical Address: Application Box, First
                   Floor, Reception, East Tower,      Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Building,
                   Pretoria, 0001.

POST 04/31     :   ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: PROJECT MANAGEMENT OFFICE REF:
                   09/09/HR

CENTRE         :   National Office, Pretoria
SALARY         :   R 117 501 – R136 419 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
REQUIREMENTS   :   Three years Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification; Two years
                   administrative experience; Knowledge of departmental strategic goals as well as
                   departmental polices and prescripts; General knowledge of the Public Service
                   and the working of Government; Knowledge of corporate services in
                   Government. Skills and Competencies: Basic Project management skills;
                   Communication (oral and written) skills; Computer literacy (Ms Office. Intranet
                   and Internet); Interpersonal relations; Problem solving and decision making;
                   Creative thinking; Customer service orientation; Ability to work independently, yet
                   as part of a team when required and work under pressure and meet deadlines;
                   Professionalism; Understanding confidentiality in Government; Policy analysis
                   and implementation; Basic Report writing
DUTIES         :   Provide logistical support services for the integrated branch meetings and
                   operations; Conduct follow-ups on DDG’s instructions to ensure prompt
                   execution by relevant branches; Liaise with Senior Managers, National Office
                   and other stakeholders with regard to corporate Services matters; Attend to and
                   record less- complicated Corporate Services enquires; Disseminate regular
                   information to all departmental branch heads; Maintain good human relations
                   with other departmental branches; Liaise with Senior Managers, National Office
                   and other stakeholders with regard to Corporate Services matters; File the Office
                   Support Services records and maintain the filing system; Order stationery for the
                   Office Support Services; Report faults on the Office Support Services equipment;
ENQUIRIES      :   K Ngomani (012) 357 8661
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address: The Director-General: 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.

POST 04/32     :   STATE ACCOUNTANT (RE-ADVERTISEMENT) (1 POST) REF: 09/06/GP

SALARY         :   R117 501 – R136 419 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement
CENTRE         :   Regional Office Gauteng
REQUIREMENTS   :   A Bachelor’s degree or Diploma in Finance plus minimum two years experience
                   in a financial environment; Knowledge and understanding, Supply Chain
                   Management (procurement of goods and services) and third party fund account;
                   Drivers license. Skills and Competencies: Ability to manage Accounting and


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                   Administration functions effectively; Basic accounting; Computer literacy (MS
                   Word); Excellent communication skill (written and verbal); Ability to work with
                   stake holders in a professional and empathetic manner; Good interpersonal
                   relations; Accuracy and attention to detail.
DUTIES         :   Obtaining quotations from suppliers for goods and services and prepare
                   documentation for approval; Cancellation of all incorrect orders for goods and
                   services for the Province; Process all requests for booking of travel and
                   accommodation; Follow to ensure all orders are delivered timeously and
                   supplier’s payment are processed within thirty days of invoice; Conduct daily
                   checking of all records in office of the Cashier to ensure reconciliation of Petty
                   Cash Account; Ensure checking and authorization of all payment / claims on BAS
                   / PERSAL; Reconciliation and consolidation of Third Party Account.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms. M Jooste  (011) 223 7676
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional
                   Head, Private Bag X6, Johannesburg, 2000.

POST 04/33     :   CHIEF ADMINISTRATION CLERK: (3 POSTS)

SALARY         :   R117 501 – R136 419 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement
CENTRE         :   Magistrate Boksburg: Ref 09/07/gp (1 post)
                   Magistrate Brakpan: Ref 09/08/gp (1 post)
                   Magistrate Randburg: Ref 09/09/gp (1 post)
REQUIREMENTS   :   A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification or Grade 12 with ten years
                   relevant experience. Knowledge of BAS, PFMA, DFI, JDAS, JYP and Transport
                   Policies; Sound knowledge of Human Resources, Financial, Asset and Risk
                   Management; A valid driver’s license will serve as an advantage Skills and
                   Competencies: Computer literacy (MS Office); Good communication (written and
                   verbal); Good interpersonal relations and problem solving skills; Ability to work
                   under pressure and work independently.
DUTIES         :   Render efficient and effective support to the courts, Maintain discipline and
                   resolve complaints and grievances; Manage the Performance Management
                   System in the office; Draft memoranda, submissions and reports; Control
                   utilization and maintain the assets and accommodation of the office.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms. L Bezuidenhout  (011) 917 9620
                   Ms. A Van Zyl  (011) 746 8300
                   Mr. HT Rikhotso  (011) 789 2600
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional
                   Head, Private Bag X6, Johannesburg, 2000.

POST 04/34     :   COURT INTERPRETER: (1 POST) REF 09/10/GP

SALARY         :   R76 194 – R88 464 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Magistrate, Randburg
EQUIREMENTS    :   Grade 12 or equivalent qualification; Tertiary qualification will be an advantage;
                   Applicants will be subjected to a language test; A valid drivers license will be an
                   added as advantage. Language Requirements: English, Afrikaans, IsiXhosa,
                   IsiZulu, Isitsonga and Sepedi. Skills and Competencies: Computer literacy (MS
                   Office); Numeracy skills; Administration and organizational skills; Ability to
                   maintain interpersonal relations; Accuracy and attention to detail.
DUTIES         :   Interpret in Criminal Court, Civil 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; Make arrangements for foreign language interpreters in consultation
                   with the prosecution.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr. HT Rikhotso  (011) 789 2600
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional
                   Head, Private Bag X6, Johannesburg, 2000.

POST 04/35     :   E-SCHEDULER CLERK: (1 POST) REF 09/11/GP

SALARY         :   R76 194 – R88 464 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement
CENTRE         :   Magistrate Randburg



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REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 or equivalent qualification; Two years relevant experience; Skills and
                   Competencies: Computer literacy (MS Office); Good communication skills (verbal
                   and written); Analytical, efficient and resourceful, Project management; Good
                   interpersonal relations and Public relations; Document management and typing;
                   Problem solving; Presentation skills; Customer service oriented and Ability to
                   work under pressure.
DUTIES         :   Obtain charge sheets and interpret contents; Accurately capture the data on the
                   E-Scheduler system prior and after court hearing; Ensure that the charge sheets
                   are secured and distributed timely within the case preparation phase prior and
                   after the court hearing before filing; Generate/print daily reports required to
                   improve the management of cases on the outstanding roll; Analyze statistics;
                   Conduct enquiries on the system to obtain information not covered by the
                   standard reports; Conduct charge sheet and data integrity audits and present
                   outcome to supervisors/managers; Render assistance in general case flow
                   management; Provide any administrative support as required by the relevant
                   Court Manager or Supervisor.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr. HT Rikhotso  (011) 789 2600
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional
                   Head, Private Bag X6, Johannesburg, 2000.

POST 04/36     :   HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER: GENERALIST HUB REF: 09/10/HR

SALARY         :   R76 194 – R88 464 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign
                   a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   National Office, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 or equivalent qualification; One year administrative experience. Skills
                   and Competencies: Computer literacy; Good communication (verbal and
                   written) skills; Interpersonal skills; Organizational abilities; Accuracy and attention
                   to detail.
DUTIES         :   Administer Personnel administration functions:- Leave; Housing and state
                   guarantee; Service termination (resignations, retirements, deaths etc); Long
                   service recognition; Injury on duty and purchase of service; Motor vehicle;
                   Service Bonus; Temporary Incapacity leave;
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms K Ngomane  012 - 357 8661
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   Address: The Director – General: Justice and Constitutional Development;
                   Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical Address: Application Box, First
                   Floor, Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Building,
                   Pretoria, 0001.

POST 04/37     :   SENIOR ADMINISTRATION CLERK (3 POSTS)

SALARY         :   R64 410 – R74 772 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   National Office, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 with one year experience in collecting data and administration;
                   Experience in administration environment. Skills and Competencies: Good
                   communication (oral and written) skills; Computer literacy (MS Office, Excel and
                   Projects).
DUTIES         :   Receive incoming statistical source documents from all offices in the Department;
                   Enter incoming source documents in a register; Keep record all correspondence
                   regarding data; Follow up on source documents not receive; Maintain electronic
                   data files; Dispatch available data to user as required from time to time;
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                   Communicate with relevant stakeholders on questionnaires; Perform the 1 and
                    nd
                   2 clean – up process of collected information; Compile a first level draft reports.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms M Kganyago  012 315 1844
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal
                   address: The Director-General: 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.

POST 04/38     :   SENIOR ADMINISTRATION CLERK: (21 POSTS)

SALARY         :   R64 410 – R74 772 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement
CENTRE         :   Magistrate Soweto: Ref 09/12/gp (12 posts)


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                   Magistrate Springs: Ref 09/13/gp (1 post)
                   Magistrate Soshanguve: Ref 09/14/gp (3 posts)
                   Master of the High Court, Pretoria: Ref 09/15/gp (3 posts)
                   Magistrate Randfontein: Ref 09/16/gp (2 posts)
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 or equivalent qualification; Two years administrative experience; Skills
                   and Competencies: Computer literacy (MS Office); Good communication skills
                   (verbal and written); Problem solving; Good interpersonal relations; Attention to
                   detail.
DUTIES         :   Handle routine work done 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      :   Ms. S Maluleke  (011) 930 8130
                   Ms. Ramcharitar  (011) 811 2180
                   Ms. C More  (012) 370 1001
                   Mr. JB Mdhluli  (013) 339 7791/7807
                   Mr. C Madiba  (011) 412 1195
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional
                   Head, Private Bag X6, Johannesburg, 2000.

POST 04/39     :   ADMINISTRATION CLERK (COURT CLERK) (1 POST) REF: 09/17/GP

SALARY         :   R64 410 – R74 772 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement
CENTRE         :   High Court Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 certificate or equivalent qualification; Appropriate/relevant
                   administration experience; Experience in court related function; Recording and/or
                   case flow management will be an added advantage Skills and Competencies:
                   Communication skills (verbal and written); Above average computer literacy;
                   Good interpersonal relations; Ability to work under pressure and also solve
                   problems; customer service; Knowledge of document management and filing.
DUTIES         :   Maintenance of criminal record books and charge sheets; Writing and tracing of
                   summonses; Writing of witness book fees; Completion and issuing of committal
                   warrants and arrest warrants; Provide administrative support in general court and
                   case flow management; Filing of case document (charge sheets) and other court
                   papers; Perform digital recording of court proceedings and ensure integrity of
                   such record; Operate and provide support to court system; e.g. E-Scheduler /
                   integrated case management systems (ICMS), Video Remands, documents,
                   scanning, data capturing etc; Provide any other administrative support as
                   required by the Judiciary, Court Manager and/ or Supervisor.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms. M Janse Van Rensburg  (012) 315 7711
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional
                   Head, Private Bag X6, Johannesburg, 2000.

POST 04/40     :   HELP DESK OPERATOR (1 POST) REF: 09/18/GP

SALARY         :   R64 410 – R74 772 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE             Master of the High Court, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 or equivalent qualification; Two years relevant experience; Skills and
                   Competencies:       Computer literacy (MS Office) and MS Access); Good
                   communication skills (verbal and written); interpersonal skills; Ability to work
                   under pressure; Ability to manage conflict situations effectively, Literacy
DUTIES         :   Assist external clients daily over the phone; Contact external clients if there are
                   any queries around their applications; Explain to the Clients procedures of the
                   Guardians Funds, application forms that are being used at the Guardians Funds
                   and also inform them how long it takes to effect the payment; Post application
                   forms to clients; Help the members of the Public, who report to the Office with
                   their queries; Prepare urgent applications when instructed by the supervisor;
                   Keep records of daily outgoing calls; Draw card and Guardians Fund files to the
                   Assistant Masters if there are queries over the files; Keep weekly statistics of
                   work being done at the call centre.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr. JB Mdhluli  (011) 339 7791 / 339 7807
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional
                   Head, Private Bag X6, Johannesburg, 2000.




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POST 04/41     :   SENIOR TYPIST: (2 POSTS)

SALARY         :   R64 410 – R74 772 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
                   sign a performance agreement
CENTRE         :   Magistrate Westonaria: Ref 09/21/gp (1 post)
                   Magistrate Vereeniging: Ref 09/22/gp (1 post)
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 or equivalent qualification with typing as a passed subject; Two years
                   relevant experience; Minimum typing speed of 35 wpm; An appropriate word
                   processing course successfully completed; short listed candidates will be
                   required to pass a typing test. Skills and Competencies: Computer literacy (MS
                   Office); Accuracy and attention to detail; Ability to work under pressure.
DUTIES         :   Type reports; General correspondence; Answer telephone and take messages;
                   other administrative duties.
ENQUIRIES      :   Magistrate Westonaria: Mr. J Mabena  (011) 753 2251/5
                   Magistrate Vereeniging: Mr R Borman  (016) 422 0071
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional
                   Head, Private Bag X6, Johannesburg, 2000.

POST 04/42     :   MESSENGER: (2 POSTS)

SALARY         :   R54 879 – R63 717 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign
                   a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Magistrate Soweto: Ref 09/19/gp (1 post)
                   High Court Pretoria: Ref 09/20/gp (1 post)
REQUIREMENTS   :   Adult Basic Education and Training (ABET) Level 5 \ Grade 10; One year
                   experience in messenger services; The ability to read and write clearly; A valid
                   driver’s license. Skills and Competencies:                Basic computer literacy;
                   Communication at appropriate level; Sound interpersonal relations; Ability to
                   liaise with team members and members of the Public.
DUTIES         :   Collect and deliver mail; Distribute mail to various offices; Collect post bag from
                   the post office; Transport officials to various destinations.
ENQUIRIES      :   Magistrate Soweto: Ms S Maluleke  (011) 930 8130
                   High Court Pretoria: Ms M Janse Van Rensberg  (012) 315 7711
APPLICATIONS   :   Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional
                   Head, Private Bag X6, Johannesburg, 2000.




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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, No faxes will be
                               accepted.
CLOSING DATE             :     13 February 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.

                                              OTHER POST

POST 04/43               :     SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT REFERENCE NO: HR4/4//5/17

SALARY                   :     R 145 920 per annum All inclusive: R200 329 per annum
CENTRE                   :     Provincial Directorate: KwaZulu / Natal: Management Support Services-
                               Pietermaritzburg Labour Centre
REQUIREMENTS             :     Matric plus 1 year relevant experience. Must have Maths or accounting as
                               passed subject. Knowledge: Budgeting in Government, PFMA and Treasury
                               Regulations, Basic Accounting System. Skills :Financial management skills,
                               Analytical skills and Decision making skills.
DUTIES                   :     Monitor and coordinate the budget, conduct review budget, compile EWS/ENE,
                               compile zero based budgets, monitor &control expenditure, consolidate audit
                               queries. Ensure the reports reaches Labour Centre Head timeously, verification
                               of expenditure and detail report, enforce compliance with PFMA, conduct
                               financial inspection, ensure work procedures are in place, supervise work of
                               section, compile performance agreements, conduct assessment of staff, provide
                               management with financial reports.




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                                                                                                     ANNEXURE I

                                     DEPARTMENT OF LAND AFFAIRS
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               :     15 February 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

                                               OTHER POSTS

POST 04/44                 :     CHIEF PERSONNEL OFFICER (REFERENCE: S8/3/2009/45)
                                 Directorate: Human Resource Management

SALARY                     :     R145 920 per annum
CENTRE                     :     Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS               :     Applicants must be in possession of an appropriate tertiary qualification or
                                 equivalent qualification or a Senior Certificate plus extensive appropriate
                                 experience in Human Resource Management especially Employee Benefits and
                                 Service Terminations. * Successful completion of PERSAL administration. * The
                                 following will serve as recommendations: Sound knowledge of the Public Service
                                 Act, Regulations, Labour Relations Act, Public Service Collective Agreements
                                 and Human Resources Management policies. * Computer literacy in MS Word
                                 and MS Excel. * Good written and communication skills. * Good interpersonal
                                 and strong supervisory skills and leadership qualities. * Ability to work
                                 independently and under pressure. * Ability to resolve/ manage conflict. *
                                 Confidentiality will serve as a strong recommendation.
DUTIES                     :     Effective assistance in the management of Employee Benefits and HRM Call
                                 Centre and identification of training needs in the component. * Management of
                                 the HRM processes in relation to the maintenance of condition of service benefits
                                 and terminations. * Research and implement policies in line with the new
                                 regulatory framework. * Ensure proper dissemination of information on these
                                 policies to departmental staff through workshops and ensure that they are well
                                 informed of current issues related to policies. * Provide advice and support to all
                                 staff on new legislations and other relevant HR Policies. * Investigate and resolve
                                 all HRM issues. * Assisting with the HRM budget

POST 04/45                 :     LEGAL       ADMINISTRATION          OFFICER:       OPINIONS        (REFERENCE:
                                 S8/3/2009/29)
                                 Directorate: Legal Service

SALARY                     :     Salary to be structured in accordance with years of experience
CENTRE                     :     Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS               :     A three year Law degree or relevant equivalent legal qualification. * Admission as
                                 an attorney or advocate of the High Court is recommended. * At least 2 to 5


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                   years appropriate post-qualification experience in the legal profession. *
                   Specialisation in the field of property law will be a strong recommendation. *
                   Good knowledge of legislation, policies and procedures applicable to the function
                   of the Department of Land Affairs and impacting on the performance of its
                   function as well as a good knowledge of the common law. * Ability to provide
                   written and verbal legal opinions. * Legal research and legal drafting skills. *
                   Ability to interpret legislation. * Creative legal thinking and problem solving skills.
                   * Good verbal and written communication skills as well as presentation skills. *
                   Ability to work independently and function as member of a team when required. *
                   Good client relation skills. * Computer literacy and a valid driver’s license.
DUTIES         :   Conduct relevant research and provide written and verbal legal opinions. * Serve
                   in various Technical/Editorial Committees and similar bodies (committees). *
                   Monitor external legislation to determine the impact thereof on the strategic
                   objectives of the Department of Land Affairs and provide input in respect thereof.
                   * Scrutinise and provide input in respect of documents with legal implications,
                   including corporate policies. * Refer matters to and liaise with the State Law
                   Advisers and State Attorney
NOTE           :   The successful candidate will be required to complete a security clearance

POST 04/46     :   LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER (REFERENCE: S8/3/2009/30)
                   Directorate: Legal Service

SALARY         :   Salary to be structured in accordance with years of experience
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   A 3 year law degree recognised in South Africa. * 3 - 5 post-qualification
                   experience in the legal profession, particularly in the areas of labour law and/or
                   cyber (ICT) law and/or corporate law. * Excellent written and verbal
                   communication skills. * Ability and willingness to travel regularly. * A valid driver’s
                   license.
DUTIES         :   Assist with the handling of labour matters and disputes, which includes drafting
                   or editing of charge sheets for disciplinary hearings, representing the Department
                   in conciliations and arbitrations (which implies preparing and leading the
                   evidence; drafting notices, affidavits, heads of argument, closing arguments, etc),
                   and instructing the State Attorney and private Counsel in more complex matters.
                   * Provide legal opinions and assistance in other matters emanating from the
                   Corporate Services Branch e.g. legal matters pertaining to Supply Chain
                   Management; Financial Management; Business Information Management (ICT);
                   Communication; Security; etc. * Legally edit or comment on draft Corporate
                   Policies

POST 04/47     :   LEGAL       ADMINISTRATION           OFFICER:       LITIGATION        (REFERENCE:
                   S8/3/2009/31)
                   Directorate: Legal Service

SALARY         :   Salary to be structured in accordance with years of experience
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Four year recognized legal degree or an equivalent legal qualification recognised
                   in South Africa. * At least 2 years post-qualification experience in the legal
                   profession, particularly in the areas of litigation. * Creative legal thinking and
                   problem solving skills. * Computer literacy. * Ability and willingness to travel
                   regularly and work under pressure and meet deadlines. *A valid driver’s license. *
                   Admission as an attorney will serve as an added advantage. * Ability to provide
                   written and verbal legal opinions. * Legal research and legal drafting skills. *
                   Good verbal and written communication skills as well as presentation skills. *
                   Planning and organizatising skills. * Knowledge of South African legislations.
DUTIES         :   Co-ordinate and manage litigation in which the Minister and/or Department are
                   involved, which includes obtaining instructions from clients, researching the
                   applicable law, issuing instructions and making regular follow ups with the State
                   Attorney, acting as link between the client and the State Attorney and Counsel,
                   update client at all reasonable times, arrange and attend consultations and
                   hearings, ensuring that matters are attended to timeously, perusal of pleadings
                   drafted by the State Attorney and Counsel before serving and filing, and in
                   general advising on all aspects of litigation. * Attend to debt collections and loss
                   control matters. * Make recommendations on the forfeiture of State cover by
                   officials. * Provide sound legal opinions. * Perform any other reasonable task
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POST 04/48     :   SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK                  (FINANCIAL      SYSTEMS)      (VARIOUS)
                   (REFERENCE: S8/3/2009/41)
                   1 Year contract
                   Directorate: Management Accounting

SALARY         :   R129 226 per annum (All inclusive package)
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   The successful candidate must be in possession of a Senior Certificate and
                   knowledge of BAS finance and Scanning of documents. * Safeguarding of
                   documents and proper filling of documents. * Good written and verbal
                   communication. * Computer Literacy as well as good interpersonal relations. *
                   Ability to work under-pressure and willingness to work after hours.
DUTIES         :   Receive and register incoming documents from DLA users. * Quality check on all
                   documents received. * Responsible for filling and safe guarding of all incoming
                   documents. * Make follow-ups of documents not scanned. * Ensure that
                   documents are handed over for scanning and returned back after scanning. *
                   Prepare reports of scanning to the Supervisor. * Communicate with offices on all
                   outstanding documents. * Handle queries of documents and be able to assists by
                   using BAS.

POST 04/49     :   SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK (BUDGET MANAGEMENT) (VARIOUS)
                   (REFERENCE: S8/3/2009/42)
                   1 Year contract
                   Directorate: Management Accounting

SALARY         :   R129 226 per annum (All inclusive package)
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   The successful candidate must be in possession of a Senior Certificate with
                   budget experience. * The following will serve as recommendations: * Knowledge
                   of BAS. * Good written and verbal communication skills. * Computer Literacy. *
                   Good interpersonal relations. * Ability to work under-pressure and willingness to
                   work after hours.
DUTIES         :   Assist the Senior State Accountant with planning, co-ordination, editing,
                   compilation, evaluation, analysis and consolidation of all aspects relating to
                   budgeting as required by appropriate current legislation and National Treasury. *
                   Assist in compilation of any other financial reporting as required by management
                   and programme and responsibility managers of the department. * Loading and
                   maintenance of budget on BAS for the department.

POST 04/50     :   CHIEF REGISTRY CLERK (REFERENCE S8/3/2009/44)
                   Directorate: Human Resource Management

SALARY         :   R117 501 per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   A Tertiary qualification in Information Management or equivalent three year
                   qualification or Senior Certificate plus 3 years working experience. * Knowledge
                   of Archives Act 43 of 1996 as well as other Archives legislations. * Knowledge
                   and understanding of registry procedures and filing systems. * Good
                   communications skills, * * Computer literacy and ability to produce reports on MS
                   Word and Excel. * Ability to work under pressure and to function as a team
                   member. * Excellent supervision, project management, and organisational skills.
                   * Proven client focus.
DUTIES         :   The successful candidate will be responsible for: * Render effective and efficient
                   document, records management services and postal services. * Manage registry
                   and ensure compliance with relevant legislation and prescripts. * Ensure correct
                   placement of documentation as well as retrieving of documentation. * Control
                   receipt and opening of incoming posts. Responsible for noting the correct
                   reference numbers in all incoming mails. * Keep all registry registers. * Control
                   the maintenance and application of the filing system. * Attend to normal registry
                   duties. * Supervise personnel and provide training where necessary. * Ensure
                   control over utilisation of all records. * Perform tasks to ensure effective support
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                                                                                        ANNEXURE J

                    DEPARTMENT OF MINERALS AND ENERGY

APPLICATIONS    :   The Director-General, Department of Minerals and Energy, Private Bag X59,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Mr H Marakalala / Ms E Lethole
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2008
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. All applications must be sent to the address
                    provided above, and Not to the specific region(s) NOTE: The successful
                    candidates will be required to sign a performance agreement within three (3)
                    months of appointment.

                                  OTHER POSTS

POST 04/51      :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: DEMAND MANAGEMENT

SALARY          :   R217 482 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A / An Degree/National Diploma in Commercial studies or equivalent qualification
                    PLUS the following key competencies:Knowledge ofPFMASCMPPPFA
                    BBBESkillsComputer LiteracyStrong Financial backgroundPlanning and
                    Organizational skills CommunicationGood Verbal and written communication
                    CreativityProblem solvingAnalytical thinking Develop and constantly
                    improve reports format. Ability to analyse reports. Ability to work under pressure.
                    Innovative and self confidence. Self driven
DUTIES          :   KRA’s: Render an administrative support service with regard to Bid Specification
                    Committee(s).Liaise with end users, information management and asset
                    management to develop a replacement strategy. Liaise with managers to
                    determine the future needs in respect of goods and Services and do a
                    commodity industrial analysis. Align needs with available budget and give inputs
                    for MTEF budgeting. Develop procurement plan. Monitoring and report on
                    spending patterns. Supervise and develop staff
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms LN Mgengo  (012) 317 8214

POST 04/52      :   SENIOR MINERAL ECONOMIST

SALARY          :   R174 243 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   An appropriate 3 or 4 year diploma/ degree in Chemical/Mining Engineering,
                    Metallurgy or Geology with relevant experience in a mineral economics
                    environment PLUS the following key competenciesKnowledge of knowledge of
                    mineral commodities & mining industry especially in the field of Industrial
                    Minerals .Knowledge of Minerals/Mining Acts and Policies Computer literacy
                    eg, spreadsheets, database & word processing softwareSkills Analytical,
                    research, presentation, computer Literacy and Good Writing Skill
                    Communication: excellent verbal and writing ability Creativity ability to
                    compile and analyse data Recommendation/Note: This is a re-advert.
                    Candidates who have applied previously need not to re-apply. Drivers license
                    essential, however candidates with a valid learner’s License will be considered.
DUTIES          :   KRA’s: To collect, evaluate and analyse mineral economic-related information
                    regarding the availability, exploitation, marketing and utilization of minerals;To
                    make projections and forecasts of expected market trends on the basis of
                    prevailing and anticipated consumption patterns.To give advice about afore-
                    mentioned,with due consideration to mineral policy priorities, in order to promote
                    the optimum utilization of mineral resources of South Africa. Attend to ad hoc
                    tasks and minerals related queries. Able to attend to queries of complex nature.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms Nyakallo Dlambulo  (012) 317 8000




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POST 04/53     :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: MINERAL LAWS ADMINISTRATION

SALARY         :   R174 243 per annum
CENTRE         :   Western Cape Regional Office
REQUIREMENTS   :   The successful candidate for the post must be in possession of an appropriate
                   Law Degree coupled with relevant experience and knowledge of appropriate laws
                   and polices to mining, minerals and the environment, law contracts, interpretation
                   of statutes, administrative law etc. PLUS the following key competencies:
                                      Mineral and Mining Policy and Legislation. Mineral and
                   Petroleum Titles Registration Act 24 of 2003.Compilation of management
                   reports. PFMA Treasury Regulations. Mineral Petroleum Resource Development
                   Act, 2002 and the largely repealed Mineral Act, 50 of 1991 Skills: Ability to
                   interpret and apply policy and legislation. Computer literacy and good writing
                   skills. To draft and compile submissions to the Minister/ DG/DDG and other
                   Departmental officials                       Ability to interact with persons on
                   various levels. Good communication and negotiation skills. Excellent verbal and
                   written communication skills.                 A creative assertive and confident
                   approach Ability to work under pressure. Recommendation/Note: A valid Code
                   08 Drivers licence is essential to conduct compliance inspections
DUTIES         :   KRA’s: Develop directives regarding the exercising and the allocation of
                   prospecting and Mining Rights and monitor application thereof. Perform quality
                   control on applications for the licensing of prospecting and mining. Projects in
                   terms of the Mineral Resources Development Act, Act No.28 of 2002. Provide a
                   general information service on legislation/regulation to the public, Senior
                   Managers. Public Entities, other Government Documents, Mining Companies
                   and the Minister. Render an administrative an administrative line function support
                   service to the sub-directorate. Any general work of routine nature, which may be
                   delegated from time to time
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr P F Swart 021 – 4196105

POST 04/54     :   ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER: TRANSACTIONS

SALARY         :   R117 501 per annum
CENTRE         :   Head Office
REQUIREMENTS   :   National Diploma or Degree in Logistics or Purchase Management, Supply Chain
                   Management or equivalent qualification in related field. Coupled with extensive
                   relevant supervisory administrative experience. PLUS the following key
                   competences:       Knowledge       of:LOGIS     and     BASSupply        Chain
                   ManagementPublic Finance Management Act Preferential Procurement Policy
                   Framework Treasury Regulations Skills:Computer LiteracyGood verbal
                   and Written CommunicationsAbility to communicate at all levelsSupervisory
                   Skills    Financial    SkillsReport     writing  Communication:Telephone
                   etiquetteLiaising with End-users and external clientsAbility to negotiate
                   CreativityPrioritising of task. Problem solving Record keeping Ability to
                   work under pressure
DUTIES         :   KRA’s: Oversee and monitor paymentsReview and approve payments on
                   Logis PI Monitor register of invoices and paymentsMonitor expediting of
                   invoices. Ensure compliance with departmental policies, norms and standards
                   together with treasury prescripts. Compile report and report to management on
                   invoices and payments. Attend to all enquiries from clients (Internal and external
                   client. Train, develop and supervise staff
ENQUIRIES      :   MR KB MATSHOTSHI 012 317 8775

POST 04/55     :   ADMIN CLERK (TRANSIT)

SALARY         :   R76 194 per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   A senior certificate plus relevant administration experience. PLUS the following
                   key competencies: Knowledge ofPublic Finance Management Act
                   Treasury Regulations PPPFASCM Framework. Logis Advantageous)
                   SkillsComputer literacy. Finance Management. Good verbal and written
                   communicationAbility to communicate at all levels. CreativityInnovative
                   thinker organising& record keeping PrioritisingProblem Solving.
DUTIES         :   Receive deliveries from suppliers. Distribution of stock to usersMaintain 0-9
                   FileExpediting of OrdersAttend to all enquiries (Internal & external)


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ENQUIRIES      :   Mr Brayne Matshotshi (012) 317 8775

POST 04/56     :   SENIOR ADMIN CLERK

SALARY         :   R76 194 per annum
CENTRE         :   Head Office/Centurion
REQUIREMENTS   :   Diploma/ Certificate in Finance, PLUS at least Financial background Experience
                   before or after qualification was obtained. PLUS the following key
                   competencies:Knowledge of:Relevant financial legislation, policies and
                   procedures Budget PlanningKnowledge of the financial and supply chain
                   fieldReporting procedures and work environmentKnowledge of Public
                   Finance Management ActSkills Communication skills Good telephone
                   etiquette Computer literacy skills Sound financial skills High level of
                   reliabilityCommunication:Sound written and verbal communication
                   skillsLanguage skillsGood people skillsCreativity: Innovative thinker.
DUTIES         :   Render financial support to the Communications Unit* Drafting the budget and
                   monitoring of expenditure. Administration of procurement process for the
                   Communications Unit* Coordinate all payment processes for the
                   Communications Unit. Effective administration of payments. Provide
                   administration duties to the Communications Unit.Distribution of DME
                   publications to stakeholders, libraries and regional offices .Administration of
                   promotional material and educational material. Updating notice boards on daily
                   basis. Maintaining the fax and photocopy machine
ENQUIRIES      :   Mrs. Z. Jakuja (012) 679 9079

POST 04/57     :   SKILLS DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATOR

SALARY         :   R64 410 per annum
CENTRE         :   Head Office
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12/ plus relevant experience in Human Resource Development. PLUS the
                   following key competencies:Knowledge of Administrative procedures and
                   policies related to HR policies. Skills: Computer skills. Interpersonal skills.
                   Numeracy. Ability to interpret and apply legislations Communication Verbal
                   and written communication
DUTIES         :   KRA’s: Co-ordinate Skills Audit and Training Needs Analysis. Compile a
                   database of employees and learners in skills development. Implement and
                   maintain a proper filling system. Compile reports on skills Development Activities.
                   Collect, update and maintain information on skills Development Interventions Co-
                   ordinate an Induction programme
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr.M Mokaila 012 317 8642




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                                                                                         ANNEXURE K

                             NATIONAL TREASURY

APPLICATIONS   :   National Treasury, Private Bag X 115, Pretoria, 0001 or e-mail to
                   recruit.cs@treasury.gov.za. Applications can also be faxed to (012) 315 5557.
NOTE           :   Qualification and SA citizenship checks will be conducted on all short-listed
                   candidates. Where applicable, successful candidates will be subjected to
                   additional checks. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications
                   evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).

                                  OTHER POSTS

POST 04/57     :   SENIOR         FINANCIAL         ADMINISTRATION       SPECIALIST:       ASSET
                   MANAGEMENT REFERENCE NUMBER: S022/2009
                   Division: Corporate Services
                   Purpose of the position: Maintain the departmental asset register with all asset
                   related activities / transactions, make recommendations to dispose of redundant
                   assets, verify and account for all assets and assist with the execution of other
                   asset related projects.

SALARY         :   R174 243 per annum (excluding benefits)
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   ● A diploma or equivalent qualification in Financial Management / Accounting ●
                   Extensive experience in asset management, policy development and internal
                   controls ● Sound knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and
                   Treasury Regulations ● Proven knowledge of general asset management
                   policies, business processes and practices ● Knowledge of and experience in
                   utilising financial and logistics systems, such as LOGIS and BAS (Basic
                   Accounting System) ● Well developed monitoring skills with the ability to develop
                   and maintain information systems ● Ability to work cooperatively and
                   successfully in a team ● Computer literacy with sound knowledge of the full MS
                   Office suite ● Valid Drivers’ license Code B or 08
DUTIES         :   ● Account for departmental assets in the asset register ● Dispose of redundant
                   or obsolete assets ● Verify the existence of all departmental assets ● Assist with
                   the development and implementation of asset related strategies, policies and
                   procedures ● Ensure compliance with the provisions of all related statutes,
                   regulations and frameworks, ie PFMA, Treasury Regulations and Generally
                   Recognised Accounting Practice (GRAP)
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009 at 12:00

POST 04/58     :   SECURITY ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: SECURITY COMMUNICATION
                   SYSTEMS AND INFORMATION AUDITS REFERENCE NUMBER: S020/2009
                   Division: Corporate Services

SALARY         :   R174 243 per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   ● A tertiary qualification in Security Management / Risk Management and / or
                   Information Technology Security ● In-depth knowledge on security operations ●
                   Must be trained at SACSA / COMSEC as a cryptographer and have Top Secret
                   clearance ● A good understanding of the Minimum Information Security
                   standards, physical-, document-, information-, communication and personnel
                   security, as well as risk management in the government environment ●
                   Knowledge of relevant security legislation ● Experience in conducting information
                   security audits will be an advantage ● Excellent verbal and written
                   communication skills ● Ability to interact with all employees at different levels ●
                   Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines ● Computer literacy with
                   sound knowledge of the full MS Office suite ● A valid driver’s license is essential
DUTIES         :   It would be expected from the candidate to: ● Manage the encryption equipment
                   for the National Treasury and ensure adherence to physical security measures
                   ● Conduct research on new communication security products and information
                   security measures aimed at improving the handling of sensitive information ●
                   Develop and enforce security policies and procedures and conduct security
                   awareness sessions ● Conduct information security audits, analyse information
                   security requirements, identify potential threats and make recommendations
CLOSING DATE   :   20 February 2009


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POST 04/59     :   SENIOR FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION (BUDGETS) REFERENCE NUMBER:
                   S024/2009
                   Division: Corporate Services
                   Purpose of the position: Manage the departmental budget in accordance with
                   financial legislation to ensure sound financial management

SALARY         :   R174,243.00 per annum (excluding benefits)
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   ● A diploma or equivalent qualification in Financial Management / Accounting ●
                   At least 3 years’ experience in and sound knowledge of budget and financial
                   management ● Sound knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act
                   (PFMA) and Treasury Regulations ● Knowledge of and in-depth experience in
                   utilising financial systems, such as BAS (Basic Accounting System) and PERSAL
                   ● Well developed monitoring skills with the ability to develop and maintain
                   information systems ● Ability to work cooperatively and successfully in a team ●
                   Proven leadership skills with the ability to develop and mentor subordinates ●
                   Computer literacy with sound knowledge of the full MS Office suite
DUTIES         :   ● Monitor the department’s annual budget ● Assist in compiling the internal
                   budget of the National Treasury ● Develop, maintain and implement appropriate
                   budgeting systems to ensure effective, efficient and economical management of
                   financial resources for the National Treasury ● Ensure compliance with the
                   provisions of the Public Finance Management Act and Treasury Regulations ●
                   Assist with strategic and operational financial matters in the budget section ●
                   Ensure compliance with the provisions of all related statutes, regulations and
                   frameworks, ie PFMA, Treasury Regulations and Generally Recognised
                   Accounting Practice (GRAP)
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/60     :   SENIOR       FINANCIAL       ADMINISTRATION         SPECIALIST:         POLICY
                   DEVELOPMENT AND INTERNAL CONTROL REFERENCE NUMBER:
                   S025/2009
                   Division: Corporate Services
                   Purpose of the position: To supervise and oversee the internal control functions
                   and to develop and implement governance mechanisms as identified in the
                   Public Finance Management Act, 1999 and the Treasury Regulations.

SALARY         :   R174 243 per annum (excluding benefits)
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   ● An appropriate Bachelor’s degree in Financial Management / Accounting or an
                   equivalent tertiary qualification in a recognised accounting field ● 3 – 5 years’
                   experience in Financial Management environment ● Ability to develop policies
                   and internal control measures ● Sound knowledge of the Public Finance
                   Management Act (PFMA), Treasury Regulations, Generally Recognised
                   Accounting Practice (GRAP), Annual Financial Statements (AFS) and other
                   relevant                                                                 legislation
                   ● Knowledge of and in-depth experience in government accounting systems
                   such as Basic Accounting System (BAS) and PERSAL ● Computer literacy with
                   sound knowledge of the full MS Office suite ● Demonstrate leadership /
                   interpersonal / management skills ● Good client service orientation skills ●
                   Willingness to work co-operatively with others in a team ● Sound project
                   management skills
DUTIES         :   ● Develop financial management policies, procedures and prescripts ● Ensure
                   the relevance, reliability and integrity of financial information (batch control) ●
                   Account for administrative departmental losses ● Effectively and efficiently
                   administer the entity databases (LOGIS and BAS) ● Prepare National Treasury’s
                   annual financial statements on the modified cash basis of accounting in
                   accordance with the formats prescribed by the National Treasury ●
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009




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POST 04/61     :   FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION SPECIALIST: BUDGETS (2 POSTS)
                   REFERENCE NUMBER: S023/2009
                   Division: Corporate Services
                   Purpose of the position: Compile internal Departmental budget in terms of PFMA
                   and the Treasury Regulations to ensure sound financial management of the
                   National Treasury

SALARY         :   R145 920 per annum (excluding benefits)
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   ● A diploma or equivalent qualification in Financial Management / Accounting ●
                   2-3 years knowledge and experience in financial management ● Sound
                   knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and Treasury
                   Regulations ● Knowledge of and in-depth experience in utilising financial
                   systems, such as BAS (Basic Accounting System) and PERSAL ● Computer
                   literacy with sound knowledge of the full MS Office suite ● Good oral and verbal
                   communication skills, commercial awareness, action orientation, flexibility and
                   personnel motivation
DUTIES         :   ● Assist in compiling the internal budget of the National Treasury; ● Ensure an
                   accurate and reliable costing database; ● Analyse budget information
                   requirements as per Directorate; ● Request and consolidate budget inputs from
                   programmes and budget manages; and ● Update and maintain the in-year
                   monitoring mechanism; ● Responsible for filing important documents.
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/62     :   SECURITY OFFICER REFERENCE NUMBER: S019/2009
                   Division: Corporate Services

SALARY         :   R76 194 per annum
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   ● Senior Certificate (or equivalent qualification) ● A course for Security Officers
                   and Guards in the public service or a Grade B security course presented by the
                   Security Officers Board ● Appropriate experience and in-depth knowledge of
                   physical security ● Report writing and communication skills ● Computer literacy ●
                   Organisational skills
DUTIES         :   It would be expected from the candidate to: ● Compile, implement and manage
                   shift proof ● Supervise personnel of a private security firm contracted to the
                   national Treasury ● Perform security surveillance and monitoring duties in the
                   control room ● Perform duties as a Shift Leader ● Escort employees / visitors
                   ● Implement procedural security measures ● Monitor the extent of adherence /
                   compliance with procedural security measures ● Evaluate and improve the
                   effectiveness of such procedural security measures ● Report security breaches
                   to the Security Administration Officer in charge of physical security ● Investigate
                   and identify health, safety and security deficiencies and report them to the
                   Security Administration Officer in charge of physical security ● Ensure that fire
                   equipment are in good working condition ● Enforce access and exit measures in
                   all buildings occupied by the National Treasury ● Draw up and implement patrol
                   schedules ● Act as a Chief Contingency Officer until the arrival of his / her
                   supervisor(s) ● Ensure security registers are kept neat and are correctly entered
                   ● Enforce key control procedures ● Ensure during patrol that office, document
                   and basic computer security measures are adhered to
CLOSING DATE   :   20 February 2009 at 12:00




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                                                                                               ANNEXURE L

               PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT ACADEMY

APPLICATIONS         :    Please indicate in your application, and on the envelope, the position for which
                          you are applying and its reference number. Submit your application to Ms Elna
                          van Niekerk, HR Department, PALAMA: by hand at ZK Matthews Building, 70
                          Meintje Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria; or by post to PALAMA, Private Bag X759,
                          Pretoria, 0001. If you wish to apply for more than one position, please submit
                          separate, complete applications for each post for which you wish to apply. E-
                          mailed and faxed applications will not be accepted.
CLOSING DATE         :    20 February 2009
NOTE                 :    Applications must consist of: a fully completed and signed Z83 form (please fill in
                          all the boxes on the Z83 – it may be downloaded from the DPSA website at
                          www.dpsa.gov.za); a recent comprehensive CV; telephone, fax and e-mail
                          contacts for three referees; certified copies of ID document and educational
                          qualifications; and a letter of motivation indicating why you are interested in the
                          position and consider yourself suitably qualified. The Z83 form requires an
                          indication of race, gender. Please also indicate disability if applicable. The
                          Academy seeks to promote equity as defined in its Employment Equity Plan
                          when filling vacant posts. Its commitment to equity includes providing an enabling
                          environment for all employees. Foreign qualifications must be accompanied by
                          an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA).
                          All non-SA citizens must attach a certified copy of proof of permanent residence
                          in South Africa. References will be taken for short-listed candidates, and they will
                          be required to complete competence exercises in advance, in the competencies
                          required for the position. Successful candidates will be appointed on a probation
                          period of 12 months. In terms of a new Public Service Regulation, appointments
                          will be subject to the verification of criminal records, citizenship, financial/asset
                          records, and educational qualifications (for which a consent form needs to be
                          completed). PALAMA reserves the right not to appoint to a particular post. The
                          number of posts advertised and applications that will be received means that
                          processing may take a considerable time. All applicants will be notified in due
                          course of the outcome of their applications, but are requested not to make
                          enquiries.

                                         OTHER POSTS

POST 04/63           :    7XPERSONAL ASSISTANT/SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICERS
                          Branch Heads: Executive Development, Curriculum Design, Provider
                          Mobilisation, Business Development, Governance, Finance and International
                          Relations

SALARY               :    R145 920 per annum (plus competitive benefits)
CENTRE               :    Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS         :    Experience, Skills and Knowledge: *These positions calls for a person with the
                          necessary skills, knowledge, experience and attributes to provide
                          administrative/organisation development support to the Branch Head. *The
                          candidate must understand the core functions at PALAMA to such an extent that
                          he/she will be able to initiate/execute independent research on topics of interest
                          to the Branch Head. Delivery of a complex and / or a range of high level
                          administrative / logistical secretarial / services that require some general
                          theoretical knowledge and experience, usually acquired through a combination of
                          a tertiary qualification and practical experience; Requires little or no guidance in
                          area of expertise. Specialised abilities: Learn from feedback and experience
                          towards enhanced service delivery; Adapt to re-engineered work processes and
                          technology to meet the challenges of massification. Co-operate with colleagues
                          in other functions and departments to ensure seamless service delivery;
                          Supervise staff in some instances, by scheduling and allocating work; Interface
                          at operational levels inside and outside the organisation; Communicate with
                          clients and service providers, both internal and external, to enhance service
                          delivery; Communicate appropriately in writing and verbally. Support the
                          strategic direction defined for the function, Support transformation and
                          massification imperatives e.g., collaboration, outsourcing and monitoring; Attend
                          to the detail in area of expertise; Give guidance and assistance to others and
                          apply task relevant computer literacy. Personal Attributes: *The person will have


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                   to demonstrate effective problem identification and analytical skills. *Demonstrate
                   assertiveness, trustworthiness and honesty. *Ability to maintain a high level of
                   confidentiality.
DUTIES         :   Supporting initiatives for the transformation of a unit of the Academy to give
                   effect to the vision, strategy and scope of the Academy. Delivery of proactive,
                   flexible, technology enabled administrative / secretarial / logistical services to the
                   Executive Development Branch, to give effect to the vision, strategy and scope of
                   the Academy. Support for wider activities of the Academy. Co-operation and
                   teamwork with colleagues and other departments to serve the interests of the
                   Academy. Support for the corporate governance of the Academy through
                   effective control and utilisation of allocated resources.

POST 04/64     :   40XADMINISTRATORS
                   Various Branches

SALARY         :   Range from R76 194 to R117 501 per annum, plus competitive benefits
CENTRE         :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS   :   Experience, Skills and Knowledge: The ability to work as part of a project team.
                   Computer literacy, database management programme, and administrative
                   knowledge. To demonstrate the knowledge of a particular expertise (e.g. Ms
                   Excel and Ms Access). Reasonable expertise in the field of management and
                   leadership development. Sufficient understanding of the skills development
                   legislation, SAQA, the NQF, etcetera. Sufficient understanding of PALAMA to
                   liaise with clients in this regard. Sufficient understanding of the public sector as
                   this is the environment in which PALAMA operates. Delivery of administrative /
                   logistical /secretarial / services that require some general knowledge and
                   experience, usually acquired by matric and extensive job related experience., or
                   a degree or technical diploma and Requires some guidance in area of expertise.
DUTIES         :   Supporting initiatives for the transformation of a unit of the Academy to give
                   effect to the vision, strategy and scope of the Academy. Delivery of proactive,
                   flexible, technology enabled administrative / secretarial / logistical services to the
                   Executive Development Branch, to give effect to the vision, strategy and scope of
                   the Academy. Support for wider activities of the Academy. Co-operation and
                   teamwork with colleagues and other departments to serve the interests of the
                   Academy. Support for the corporate governance of the Academy through
                   effective control and utilisation of allocated resources.




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                                                                                                      ANNEXURE M

                                   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               :      13 February 2009
NOTE                       :      A curriculum vitae with a detailed description of duties and the names of two


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

                                                              e 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 A
                                  candidates must be prepared to undergo competency assessment. “The
                                  Department of Social Development supports people with disabilities”

                                                OTHER POSTS

POST 04/65                 :      SOCIAL WORK ADVANCED SPECIALIST (CDA)
                                  Directorate: Substance Abuse and Central Drug Authority

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               :
                                  qualification) plus credible experience in the field of substance abuse.




                                  National Drug Master Plan and Central Drug Authority will serve as an
                                  advantage.




                                                    Attributes:
                                  pressure and to cope with a high workload.
DUTIES                     :

                                  sub-committees in relation to the management and implementation of projects.


                                  National Drug Master Plan by other govern
                                  processes related to research, information management and implementation of
                                  specific mini-
                                                                                                    with new

                                  complex social work research and development are undertaken.
ENQUIRIES                  :      Mr M Kalaemodimo Tel no: (012) 312-7448

POST 04/66                 :      ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: CO-ORDINATION AND PROGRAMME SUPPORT
                                  Directorate: HIV/Aids: Care and Support

SALARY                     :      R217 482 per annum
CENTRE                     :      Pretoria


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REQUIREMENTS   :   An appropriate Bachelors Degree in Social Sciences (or equivalent qualification)
                   PLUS sufficient experience in the field of HIV and Aids. Knowledge of HIV / AIDS

                             Problem solving skills.



                   management skills. Attributes:

DUTIES         :
                   coordination between the development agencies and donor activities within the
                                                                             orkshops of the

                   present reports on donor and development agencies activities within the care and
                                                                                                  ic
                   partnership with Donors and development agencies to strengthen programmes


                   programme in stakeholder forums.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms J de Beer Tel no: (012) 312-7309

POST 04/67     :   SENIOR SECRETARY GRADE III
                   Office of the Director-General

SALARY         :   R117 501 per annum Plus a monthly allowance of R979. 17
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
                                            Knowledge of document tracking, storage and retrieval.
                      Knowledge of provisioning administration prescripts. Knowledge of filing
                   systems.                              Planning and organising skills. Ability to
                   interpret directives. Interpersonal skills. Problem solving skills. Typing skills.
                      Communication (written and verbal) skills. Cost consciousness.
                   literacy (MS Office Suite). Telephone etiquette. Personal attributes: Friendly.
                      Confident. Accurate. Adaptable. Independent. Ability to work under
                   pressure and to cope with a high workload.
DUTIES         :                                                -General’s Task System and follow

                                                 -Inventory Controller for the Office of the Director-
                   Gener


                                                          -General’s journeys and accommodation.

ENQUIRIES      :   Ms H.I Ntuli Tel no: 312-7768

POST 04/68     :   SENIOR SECRETARY GRADE III
                   Directorate: Youth Development

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. Comp                        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         :                            Answer the telephone, make telephone calls on behalf of
                   the senior manager and direct telephone calls to the relative unit. Receive
                   clients or visitors. Arrange meetings, workshops and appointments and provide


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                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 MP Luka Tel no: 312-7530




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                                                                                                      ANNEXURE N

                                      DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT
 Department of Transport is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer with clear employment equity
                  targets. Women and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

APPLICATIONS              :     Sekgala Group, P O Box 7086, Halfway House, 1685 OR Unit B6 Greenoaks
                                Office Park, Cor Bekker Road and Gregory Avenue, Vorna Valley, 1685.
                                Enquiries: 086 172 6267. Employees are reminded to quote the relevant
                                reference numbers when applying for these posts.
CLOSING DATE              :     13 February 2009
NOTE                      :     Applications must be accompanied by form Z83, obtainable from any Public
                                Service Department, (or obtainable at www.gov.za) and a recent updated
                                comprehensive CV (previous experience must be comprehensively detailed, ie
                                positions held and dates), as well as certified copies of all qualifications and ID
                                document. Failure to submit the requested documents/information will result in
                                your application not being considered. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have
                                foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority
                                (SAQA). The Department reserves the right not to fill the posts. The successful
                                candidates must be willing to sign an oath of secrecy with the Department.
                                Applicants will be expected to be available for selection interviews and
                                assessments at a time, date and place as determined by the Department. All
                                appointments are subject to the verification of educational qualifications, previous
                                experience, citizenship, reference checks and security vetting. Please note:
                                Correspondence will only be entered into with short-listed candidates.

                                                OTHER POST

POST 04/69                :     SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER: PROJECT ADMINISTRATION
                                (Branch: Transport Logistics and Corridor Development)
                                (Sub- Directorate: Administration)

SALARY                    :     R145 920 Per annum
CENTRE                    :     Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS              :     Appropriate three years Bachelor Degree/ National Diploma in Financial related
                                studies with three years relevant experience in Financial Management or
                                equivalent tertiary qualifications supported by three years relevant experience. A
                                project management certificate would be an added advantage  Note: The
                                following will serve as a recommendation: Knowledge of Public Finance
                                Management Act. Good financial management skills. Knowledge of human
                                resource issues. Planning and Organizing skills. Very good analytical and
                                interpersonal skills. Computer literacy. Ability to work under pressure. Project
                                management background will be an added advantage. Understanding of the
                                transport sector will be an added advantage. Very good communication skills
                                (Verbal and Written). Ability to meet commitments and produce results. Conflict
                                management skills. Willingness to work irregular hours when required.
DUTIES                    :     Render a strategic assistance and support to the Branch. Provide a financial
                                support to the Brach, including monitoring expenditure, liaising with supply chain
                                management and finance on budgetary enquiries as well as conducting enquiries
                                on irregularities in the budget. Assist in the coordination of all HR related matters.
                                Arrange travel and accommodation and bookings as well as preparing and
                                submitting branches personnel claims. Provide a general office support services
                                to the Brach regarding personnel, tenders, acquisition, record management and
                                photocopying. Assist in the organizational planning process. Manage critical
                                projects as identified by the office of Deputy Director-General. Provide logistical
                                support. Interact with various stakeholders.
ENQUIRIES                 :     Ms T Mokoena Tel: (012) 309 3781
NOTE                      :     Shortlisted candidates will be subject to personality profile analysis




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                                                                                                     ANNEXURE O

                              DEPARTMENT OF WATER AFFAIRS AND FORESTRY
 The Department of Water Affairs and Forestry is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. It is the
   intention of the Department to promote representativity in the Public Service through the filling of these
        positions and the candidature of persons whose transfer/promotion/appointment will promote
      representativity will receive preference. An indication by candidates in this regard will expedite the
  processing of applications. If no suitable candidates from the underrepresented groups can be recruited,
                           candidates from the represented groups will be considered.

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 Drivers
                                 license. Incomplete Z83 form will not be considered. No faxed or emailed
                                 applications will be accepted. Applications received after the closing date will not
                                 be considered. Communication will be limited only to short-listed candidates. If
                                 you do not hear from us within 6 weeks after closing date, please accept that
                                 your application has been unsuccessful.

                                               OTHER POSTS

POST 04/70                 :     DEPUTY DIRECTOR: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

SALARY                     :     R407 745 per annum (All inclusive salary package)
CENTRE                     :     Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS               :     An appropriate three year tertiary qualification in International Relations,
                                 Economics or Political Studies. Appropriate experience in Government in the field
                                 of International Relations. Ability to co-ordinate and promote the DWAF water
                                 sector and forestry in Africa and internationally within the context of NEPAD, AU
                                 and the Global Agenda. Experience in or knowledge of Water Resource
                                 Management and Forestry will be advantageous. Excellent interpersonal and
                                 communication (verbal and written) skills. Strategic thinking skills. Research
                                 background and experience. Ability to adapt in a team environment. Ability to
                                 supervise work and others in a team. Good liaison and organisational skills.
                                 Office administration and project management skills. Knowledge of and
                                 experience in Ms Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and the Internet. A valid
                                 driver’s licence. Willingness to travel extensively. Ability to work under pressure
                                 and extra hours. Fluency in Public speaking and presenting at international fora.
                                 knowledge of international relations and expertise in negotiating bilateral and
                                 multilateral agreements and treaties. Knowledge of exchange programmes from
                                 international countries.
DUTIES                     :     Key Performance Areas: Report directly to the Director in International Relations.
                                 Promote multilateral relations of South Africa (DWAF) and other African
                                 Countries (NEPAD). Support the development and implementation of trans-
                                 boundary water and forestry-related treaties (NEPAD and SADC agenda).
                                 Facilitate and co-ordinate ODA initiatives in Africa and globally. Give budgetary
                                 inputs on financial issues related to specific projects to the Chief Director. Draft
                                 speeches, presentation and briefing notes for the Minister and Senior
                                 Management. Represent DWAF at international fora and host delegations visiting
                                 DWAF on capacity building initiatives. Represent DWAF at interdepartmental
                                 committees on foreign relations.
ENQUIRIES                  :     Ms D Twayi Tel (012) 336 7118
APPLICATIONS               :     The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                                 Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION              :     Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE               :     13 February 2009

POST 04/71                 :     DEPUTY   DIRECTOR:   INTERNATIONAL                     RELATIONS         OFFICIAL
                                 DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE (ODA)

SALARY                     :     R407 745 per annum (All inclusive salary package)
CENTRE                     :     Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS               :     An appropriate three year tertiary qualification in Accounting, Political Studies
                                 and Donor Assistance. Experience in International Relations and Official
                                 Development Assistance. Knowledge of Water issues would be advantageous.
                                 Ability to facilitate ODA processes to ensure ODA coordination. Ability to adapt to


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                    work in a team environment. Ability to supervise work and others in a team. Good
                    liaison and organisational skills. Office administration and project management
                    skills. Knowledge of and experience in Ms Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and
                    the Internet. A valid driver’s license. Willingness to travel extensively. Ability to
                    work under pressure and extra hours. Fluency in public speaking and presenting
                    at international fora. Knowledge of international relations and expertise in
                    negotiating bilateral and multilateral agreements and treaties. Knowledge of
                    exchange programmes from international countries.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Facilitate guidelines for ODA. Coordinate procedure for
                    DACC and donor aid, ensure that a database on current International
                    Development Partners and potential International Development Partners is
                    developed and maintained. Ensure that quarterly DACC meetings are
                    coordinated, together with other ad hoc meetings as necessary. Monitor
                    projects/programmes for effective ODA coordination and liaising with internal and
                    external stakeholders regarding ODA. Report directly to the Chief Director in
                    International Relations. Contribute to the documents/submissions/agreements
                    developed by project managers relating ODA projects. Develop briefing notes
                    and speaking notes relevant to ODA projects for the Minister, DG and other
                    senior members of staff. Prepare submission to the Minister and DG regarding
                    ODA work. Represent DWAF at National Department’s (including National
                    Treasury) meetings relating to ODA. Coordinate the programme for meetings
                    with international delegations regarding ODA. Collate information relating to ODA
                    in preparation for international visits.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms D Twayi Tel (012) 336 7118
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/72      :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: POLICIES AND MONITORING (MAIN ACCOUNT)

SALARY          :   R407 745 per annum (All inclusive salary package)
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A B Com degree or NQF level 6 qualification in Accounting and Auditing plus
                    appropriate extensive experience in Financial Accounting i.e. Debt Management,
                    Payroll, General Ledger and Accounts Payable. Knowledge of computerised,
                    financial and business systems. Strong knowledge and interpretation of the
                    PFMA, Treasury Regulations, Public Audit Act, GRAP, PPPFA, SCM. Sound
                    knowledge of BAS, LOGIS and PERSAL. Ability to conduct financial analysis.
                    Good interpersonal relations and ability to work effectively with officials across all
                    levels within the department as well as outside the department. Strong leadership
                    and management qualities.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Develop and update financial policies, procedures,
                    processes and circulars consistent with PFMA, Treasury Regulations, GRAP and
                    any new legislation. Implement effective strategies of rolling out of all updated
                    policies, procedures, processes and circulars to all regions within the
                    department. Oversee the internal and external audit process by ensuring timely
                    submission of information requested by Auditors (Internal and External).
                    Consolidate quality responses to audit queries raised and create an audit
                    database. Monitor effective implementation of internal controls within the financial
                    accounting environment as well as the implementation of the accrual accounting
                    system and GRAP. Assist with the compilation of the annual financial statements.
                    Ensure compliance with PFMA, GRAP, Treasury Regulations, departmental
                    policies, financial delegations and also through applicable compliance
                    certificates. Supervise and review work carried out by Assistant Directors and
                    ensure that performance targets are set and monitored regularly. Prepare
                    monthly reports on progress of functioning of the unit. Perform reasonable duties
                    assigned by the Director from time to time.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms GV Mkhabela
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001.
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009




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POST 04/73      :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: PAYROLL (MAIN ACCOUNT)

SALARY          :   R407 745 per annum (All inclusive salary package)
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A Bachelor Degree or National Diploma in Financial Management or Accounting
                    with extensive payroll or salary management experience and traceable
                    supervisory or middle management experience. Extensive knowledge of Persal
                    and BAS systems. Strong knowledge of the application of the Public Service Act,
                    Public Finance Management Act, Treasury Regulations, Generally Recognized
                    Accounting Practice and Tax Legislation. Ability to reconcile payroll general
                    ledger accounts.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Manage payments of exit benefits, salary appointments
                    and deductions on salaries of all employees. Perform monthly reconciliations of
                    payroll general ledger accounts between BAS and Persal systems as well as
                    third party payments. Ensure that all suspense accounts are cleared monthly.
                    Perform IRP5 reconciliation at the end of the tax year and ensure timeous
                    submission thereof to the Receiver of Revenue. Ensure that manual IRP5s are
                    calculated accurately. Prepare monthly EMP 201s and submit to SARS
                    timeously. Ensure that payrolls for all pay points are certified and filed by
                    respective managers. Ensure that emoluments attachment orders are verified
                    with respective magistrate courts prior to implementation. Resolve amicably
                    payroll related queries timeously. Provide accurate responses to audit queries
                    from the internal and external auditors. Manage the workflow and ensure that
                    there the workload is balanced. Review work performed by assistant directors.
                    Ensure staff development. Prepare monthly management reports.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms GV Mkhabela Tel (012) 336 8052
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001.
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/74      :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: MEDIA LIAISON AND LOGISTICS

SALARY          :   R407 745 per annum (All inclusive salary package)
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A degree or diploma in communications, journalism, marketing or public relations
                    and/or relevant experience. Experience in media relations and management. An
                    understanding of the government communications framework and systems with
                    an ability to operate at a strategic level. A team player with people skills and a
                    flexible personality. Willingness to work flexible hours and to travel extensively. A
                    valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Manage the media liaison and monitoring function
                    across the department. Facilitate media interaction and networking sessions.
                    Develop and manage an updated/up to date media database and digitised
                    contacts. Manage all logistics with regards to organisation of media briefings,
                    excursions, field trips, media campaigns, etc. Initiate and service media
                    partnerships and joint ventures with sector role players and stakeholder
                    organisations.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr M Scott Tel (012) 336 8264
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/75      :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: INTER-GOVERNMENTAL COMMUNICATION AND
                    SPECIAL PROJECTS

SALARY          :   R407 745 per annum (All inclusive salary package)
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A degree or diploma in Communications, Journalism, Marketing, or Public
                    Relations and/or relevant experience. An understanding of the Government
                    communications framework and system with an ability to operate at a strategic
                    level. Expertise in project management campaign execution. Expertise in the
                    Government development communications programme will be an added
                    advantage. A team player with people skills and a flexible personality.



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                    Willingness to work flexible hours and to travel extensively. A valid driver’s
                    licence.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Co-ordinate inputs of the Department into the GCIS
                    Communications Cluster System. Develop and manage the departmental
                    Izimbizo programme and liaise with GCIS. Coordinate departmental inputs into
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                    the EPWP programme, 2010 communication and 2 economy communications
                    interventions. Define and implement strategy to participate in Government-wide
                    communications programme, in partnership with sister departments and
                    stakeholder organisations.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr M Scott Tel (012) 336 8264
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/76      :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: REGIONAL CO-ORDIANTION AND CAMPAIGNS

SALARY          :   R407 745 per annum (All inclusive salary package)
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A degree or diploma in Communications, Journalism, Marketing or Public
                    Relations and/or relevant experience. An understanding of the Government
                    communications framework and systems with an ability to operate at a strategic
                    level. Knowledge of the DWAF communications system and environment will be
                    an added advantage. A team player with people skills and a flexible personality.
                    Willingness to work flexible hours and to travel extensively. A valid driver’s
                    licence.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Design and Manage a co-ordination system between
                    regions and the national Department. Facilitate and Manage inter regional
                    communications programmes. Design and manage an interregional
                    communications calendar of events. Constitute, chair and strategically manage a
                    sector and regional communications forum and programme. Give support to
                    cross-cutting regional programmes like Vision 20/20, Youth and Women in Water
                    Awards and other strategic campaigns at regional level.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr M Scott Tel (012) 336 8264
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001.
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/77      :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: MEDIA RESEARCH AND CONTENT (WRITER)

SALARY          :   R407 745 per annum (All inclusive salary package)
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A degree or diploma in Communications, Journalism, Marketing or Public
                    Relations and/or relevant experience. Expertise in media research and writing.
                    An understanding of the government communications framework and systems
                    with an ability to operate at a strategic level. A team player with people skills and
                    a flexible personality. Willingness to work flexible hours and to travel extensively.
                    A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Conduct media research and write ups on all issues in
                    the media environment. Develop and manage the implementation of media
                    strategies and programmes. Facilitate and coordinate all writing of opinion
                    pieces, speeches and background content on water, sanitation and forestry
                    issues in the media environment. Assist the intergovernmental communications
                    unit in Government communications cluster inputs. Manage the outputs of all
                    media content in the Department.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr M Scott Tel (012) 336 8264
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/78      :   SENIOR LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

SALARY          :   R407 745 per annum (All inclusive salary package)
CENTRE          :   Pretoria


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REQUIREMENTS    :   A B. Proc or an LLB degree. Appropriate post qualification experience in the legal
                    profession or in the application of law. Appropriate management skills and
                    experience. Knowledge of the Constitution of South Africa, Public Service Act
                    and Regulations and Public Finance Management Act. Experience and skills in
                    the drafting of legislation, management of litigation; negotiation, drafting and
                    interpretation of contracts. Broad knowledge of environmental, water and forestry
                    laws, administrative law, the Constitution and Public Service transformation
                    policies. Experience in the enforcement of law and compliance. Interpersonal
                    skills. Good presentation skills. Analytical thinking, research, report writing, policy
                    formulation and project management skills. Good communication skills (verbal
                    and written). Computer literacy (Ms Word, PowerPoint Outlook). Willingness to
                    travel.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Manage a Sub-directorate. Supervise the provision of
                    legal services in the Sub-directorate. Manage the budget and control expenditure
                    in the Sub-directorate. Human resource management and perform development.
                    Supervise the management of litigation for and against the Department and the
                    Ministry. Compile litigation reports for strategic intervention by the Department.
                    Provide support on the enforcement of law and compliance. Supervise the
                    drafting of legal documents such as affidavits, directives, delegations,
                    assignments and cabinet memoranda. Negotiate and draft contracts and
                    international agreements. Provide legal training or make presentations on the
                    Acts administered by or having a bearing on the Department. Assist in the
                    application and interpretation of labour law and legislation administered by the
                    Department. Appear before the Water Tribunal on behalf of the Department.
                    Supervise debt recovery and litigation related thereto. Provide and supervise
                    ongoing legal advice/opinions to the Department and Ministry. Liaise with
                    customers, Counsel, State Attorney, other organs of State and the public.
                    Provide general legal support to the Department and Ministry to ensure that the
                    goals of the Department are met. Comment on or make recommendations on
                    policies/strategies for the Department and Public Service/State. Represent the
                    Department and the Directorate: Legal Services at committees and meetings.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms M Setwaba Tel (012) 336 8331
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/79      :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
                    Directorate: Institutional Establishment

SALARY          :   R407 745 per annum
CENTRE          :   Durban
REQUIREMENTS    :   An appropriate recognized degree in Engineering, Natural or Earth Science or a
                    National Diploma or equivalent qualification. Appropriate experience in water
                    resource management. A good understanding of principles of Integrated Water
                    Resource Management. Broad Knowledge of the National Water legislation and
                    related policies.     Proven managerial and leadership skills.            Strategic
                    management skills. Good communication skills(written or Verbal). Initiative and
                    innovative thinking skills. Willing to travel the entire KZN Region and work longer
                    hours. Drivers license, computer literacy.
DUTIES          :   Implementation of the National Water Act in the KZN region. Give guidance and
                    advice to clients about DWAF policies and procedures in respect of the
                    requirements of the acts involved in integrated water management programmes.
                    Interpret the policy and the act in the recommendations of the license
                    applications. Provide plans for the eradication of water use license application
                    backlogs. Assist the region in fast tracking decisions of license applications
                    Implement effective water conservation and water demand management
                    practices in the department. Review and evaluate in terms of legal, technical
                    water resource management and integrating socio-economic mechanisms with
                    environmental & ecological priorities in evaluating WULAs submitted for
                    approval. Integrate key areas of work with relevant priority departmental
                    programmes such as: Water allocation reform, Water for growth and
                    development and Water conservation and demand management. Provide
                    technical support to water resource management institutions. Co-ordinate plans
                    of the section to talk to other sections of the department. Manage the
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                    department. Manage the finances of the unit in accordance with the PFMA
                    regulations. Ensure processing of license applications in terms of the act.
                    Investigate the lawfulness of water abstractions throughout KZN. Manage the
                    stream flow reduction activities of the sub-directorate. Overall management of
                    staff and ensure staff development of the unit.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr F.P. Ndlovu (031) 336 2700
APPLICATIONS    :   Chief Director: KwaZulu-Natal, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, P.O.
                    Box 1018, Durban 4000
FOR ATTENTION   :   The Manager (Human Resources)
CLOSING DATE    :   27 February 2009

POST 04/80      :   WATER RESOURCE INFORMATION MANAGER (3 POSTS)
                    (Directorate: Water Resource Planning systems)

SALARY          :   R344 052 per annum (All inclusive salary package)
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   An appropriate three year undergraduate degree or post graduate degree in the
                    subset of the following fields: Hydrology, Water Resource Management,
                    Engineering, Geohydrology, Water Quality, Socio-economics, Information
                    Technology and Mathematical Modelling. Extensive, appropriate experience. The
                    success of the work depends on the ability to appreciate complex business
                    needs in the light of current technological limitations, and identify practical
                    processes to meet these needs within a framework that increases the option
                    open to address future uncertainties. Computer literacy. Report writing skills.
                    Interpersonal communications skills. Project and time management skills. A high
                    level of innovation on an individual level and as part of a team is imperative.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: The successful candidate will work under the
                    supervision of a Senior Specialist Engineer and will form part of a project team
                    that will be involved in the development of support tools for the planning of future
                    water resource management in South Africa. He/She will be responsible for
                    coordination of development and support for these systems, including
                    requirements identification, business process analysis, quality control,
                    information assembly and training.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr M Waston Tel (012) 336 6731
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/81      :   QUALITY CONTROL SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR                          (WATER      SECTOR
                    SUPPORT PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT)
                    2 year performance based contract

SALARY          :   R243 514 per annum (All inclusive salary package)
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   An appropriate three-year Social or Commercial Science Degree or Diploma.
                    Knowledge of government systems and processes. Excellent networking and
                    communication skills. Strong critical analytical writing skills. Extensive experience
                    In strategic facilitation. Computer literacy. A valid code 08 driver’s licence.
                    Knowledge of the implementation of ISO 9000 will be a strong recommendation.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: conduct internal work-studies on all staff members and
                    prepare relevant reports to Management. Develop and implement systems and
                    quality control plans for the Chief Directorate .Perform quality checks on all
                    correspondence emanating from the Chief Directorate and ensures that it is on
                    appropriate templates and letter heads. Determine training needs for Chief
                    Directorate staff and facilitate relevant in-service training sessions. Develop
                    succession plans for all managerial positions. Support and advice on staff
                    training and mentoring. Facilitate and ensure appropriate training and skills
                    development to sector practitioners.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr W Nkabinde Tel (012) 336 6776
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009




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POST 04/82      :   CONTROL INDUSTRIAL TECHNICIAN

SALARY          :   R217 482 per annum
CENTRE          :   Levuvhu/Letaba WMA
REQUIREMENTS    :   *A National Diploma (Civil Engineering) or equivalent qualification plus
                    appropriate experience in Dam Safety, Dam Design, Construction of Dams,
                    Water Resources Engineering or BSc degree with relevant experience in WRM
                    or Environmental Engineering studies. *Computer literacy. *Good verbal and
                    written communication skills. *Valid driver’s licence and willingness to travel.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: *Process classification and registration applications of
                    dams with a safety risk. *Evaluate technical documents, including design reports,
                    operation and maintenance manuals and emergency preparedness plans
                    required by the Dam safety Regulations. *Provide technical support, equipment
                    and budget control and perform ad hoc tasks for Chief Engineers in the Dam
                    Safety Office. *Maintain and upgrade Dam Safety Office database. *Inspect and
                    visit dams for classification purposes. *Investigate the illegal construction of
                    dams, existing dams with problems or defects and dams under construction as
                    requested by the responsible Chief Engineer. *Communicate verbally and in
                    writing with dam owners, technicians, engineers, municipalities, interested and
                    affected parties and the public.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mrs. AD Maumela, tel. (015) 290 1358 or Mr. MA Munzhedzi, tel. (015) 290 1295
APPLICATIONS    :   The Chief Director, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag X
                    9506, Polokwane, 0700, for attention: Mr MJ Nzima. (Applications can also be
                    hand delivered to the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, 49 Joubert
                    Street, corner Thabo Mbeki and Church Streets, AZMO Place Building
                    (Application Box-Ground Floor).
CLOSING DATE    :   23 February 2009

POST 04/83      :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (3 POSTS)

SALARY          :   R217 482 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A three-year tertiary qualification in Economics, International Relations or
                    Political Studies. Appropriate Government experience. Research background
                    and experience or a good understanding of the principles of integrated water
                    resource management, sustainable development and the current policies driving
                    South African international multilateral and bilateral relations in Africa and
                    globally. Knowledge of the Water and Forestry sector of South Africa will be an
                    added advantage. Ability to operate in a multi-skilled environment. Good
                    communication skills (written and verbal). Good interpersonal skills. Project
                    management and good administrative skills will be strong recommendations.
                    Ability to work in a team environment. Willingness to travel extensively. Flexibility
                    to work under pressure and after hours.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Co-ordinate and facilitate DWAF’s bilateral and
                    multilateral relations in Africa and globally. Co-ordinate and facilitate DWAF’s
                    participation in multilateral institutions in Africa and globally. Provide admin and
                    logistical support to DWAF delegations attending meetings and water forums in
                    Africa and globally. Draft speeches, presentations and briefing notes for the
                    Minister and Senior Management. Represent DWAF at international meetings
                    and host delegations to DWAF from African countries. Represent DWAF at
                    interdepartmental committees on foreign relations.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr G. Mosupye Tel (012) 336 6985
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/84      :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: ASSET MANAGEMENT

SALARY          :   R217 482 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A Bachelor’s degree or National Diploma in Accounting/Financial Management or
                    equivalent tertiary qualification in a recognised accounting field. Extensive
                    appropriate experience in Asset Management with specific reference to an
                    Accounting environment. Proven supervisory experience. Sound knowledge of
                    the application of the Public Financial Management Act (PFMA), Treasury


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                    Regulation, Asset Management Framework and other relevant legislation.
                    Knowledge of Basic Accounting System (BAS) and LOGIS. Computer literacy
                    with sound knowledge of the full Ms Office suite, preferably Excel. Demonstrate
                    leadership/interpersonal, management skills. Good client service orientation
                    skills. Ability to monitor and check information as well as set up and maintain
                    information system. Willingness to work cooperatively with others as a team.
                    Sound project management skills.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Ensure that assets are properly recorded and
                    accounted for in the Asset Register. Update the Asset Register with new
                    acquisitions, disposals, transfers and losses. Assist in the preparation of the
                    asset disposal plan. Develop and update the Loss Asset Register on a monthly
                    basis. Perform verification of existing departmental assets on a bi-annual basis
                    against the Asset Register. Ensure that all departmental assets are bar coded.
                    Preparation of monthly reconciliation the Asset Register and the trial balance.
                    Management of immovable assets including biological assets. Quality assure the
                    asset management processes. Regular update the lease registers and prepares
                    reconciliation thereof. Manage the workflow of Asset Management staff and
                    ensure that deadlines are met. Quarterly review staff performance within Asset
                    Management in line with the Human Resources guidelines.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms AM Woko Tel (012) 336 8982
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/85      :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: COSTING AND EVALUATIONS
                    (Directorate: Management Accounting (WTA))

SALARY          :   R217 482 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A Bachelor’s degree in Cost and Management Accounting or equivalent
                    qualification. Appropriate middle management experience and appropriate
                    experience in financial management with extensive involvement in budgeting,
                    preparation of management’s accounts and application of costing models. Report
                    writing skills, analytical and problem solving skills. Communication skills.
                    Computer literacy. Sound knowledge of PFMA, Treasury Regulation, and GAAP
                    Standards. A valid driver’s license. Knowledge of SAP will be an advantage
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Ensure sound Financial Management principles are
                    strictly adhered to. Ensure that financial policies and regulations are implemented
                    properly. Review and maintain costing models. Prepare monthly management
                    reports. Assist in the preparation of annual budget and cash flow forecast.
                    Ensure that corporate governance procedures, risk management and internal
                    controls are implemented and strictly adhered to. Answer audit queries.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mrs. QN Ambe 012 336 8454
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/86      :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: BUDGET CONTROL                      AND     MASTER      DATA
                    MAINTAINANCE
                    (Directorate: Management Accounting (WTA))

SALARY          :   R217 482 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A B.Com or National Diploma in Accounting, Financial Management, Cost and
                    Management Accounting or equivalent qualifications. Appropriate experience in
                    financial management matters. Thorough knowledge of and application of the
                    PFMA, Treasury Regulations, GAAP and all related financial prescripts.
                    Knowledge of SAP system and experience in Microsoft Excel is essential.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Provide support to the Deputy Director: Budget
                    Controlling and Reporting on all functions related to the Directorate. Maintain and
                    create master data on SAP system. Alignment SAP cost centre structure with
                    approved structure. Create and maintain primary and secondary cost elements.
                    Perform budget uploads and maintenance on SAP system. Perform cost
                    controlling and analysis of expenditure per line item. Ensure that expenditure and


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                    revenue flows to the correct profit/cost centres and link expenditure to budget.
                    Assist in the preparation of monthly management reports and CO month-end
                    closure of periods. Perform interdepartmental invoicing. Assist in training of CO
                    users.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms KJ Mthethwa Tel (012) 336 6848
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/87      :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: WATER USE EFFICIENCY

SALARY          :   R217 482 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A three-year tertiary qualification or equivalent qualification in one of the following
                    fields of study: Civil Engineering/ Applied Science in Water Utilisation/ Industrial
                    Engineering/ Environmental Science. Appropriate experience in a water
                    management-related field. A clear understanding of the DWAF role and policy
                    with respect to water resource management. Knowledge of the National Water
                    Act and Water Services Act and its related policies, strategies and guidelines to
                    effect principal objectives of the departmental regulatory framework. Appropriate
                    experience in Water Conservation and Water Demand Management. Sound
                    knowledge of Water Resources Management, Water Services Provision and
                    implementation of Water Conservation and Water Demand Management
                    Measures to improve overall water use efficiency. Appropriate knowledge of
                    Water Conservation and Water Demand Management requirements specifically
                    within the Local Government sector. Willingness to travel and work abnormal
                    hours. A valid code 08 driver’s licence.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Support the Directorate, DWAF Regional Offices and all
                    Domestic Sectors with respect to the implementation of Water Conservation and
                    Water Demand Management programmes, strategies, business plans and
                    projects. Manage projects aimed at the assessment of Water Conservation and
                    Water Demand Management within the various water service institutions and
                    development of local scale, regional scale and national scale Water Conservation
                    and Water Demand Management action plans for implementation by the water
                    use sector. Effectively implement and enforce WC/WDM strategies, business
                    plans and implementation plans developed as part of WC/WDM potential
                    assessment studies. Facilitate the operationalisation of the Water Use Efficiency
                    Information System and the website on water use efficiency and ensure that it
                    gains national status and keeps up with trends in water use efficiency within the
                    domestic sector. Support the development and facilitate the provision of
                    appropriate training manuals and courses to relevant stakeholders within the
                    domestic sector. Conduct suitable research to improve the functions of strategic
                    committees and commission joint projects and initiatives with other Directorates.
                    Support the development of a five year strategic plan for the Director: Water Use
                    Efficiency Financial Management. Manage projects to develop monitoring and
                    compliance with Water Conservation and Demand Management standards,
                    benchmarks, key performance indicators and regulations. Participate in the
                    development of appropriate water use efficiency pricing and tariff structures that
                    support improved water use efficiencies and related incentives as provided in the
                    Acts. Supervise and manage the activities of subordinates, as well as financial
                    management and reporting.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr C Tsatsi Tel (012) 336 8172
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/88      :   ASSITANT DIRECTOR: ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT MONITORING (2 POSTS)

SALARY          :   R217 482 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A BSc qualification preferably with majors in Natural Sciences or Social
                    Sciences, or Environmental Engineering for one post and a qualification in the
                    Social Sciences for another post or an appropriate, recognized tertiary
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                    environmental and monitoring field. Ability to read the designs and maps as well
                    as manage “multiple” projects. Ability to identify the critical paths in projects
                    programmes. Knowledge of and experience in “multiple” project management
                    implementation and technical report writing. Strong knowledge of all relevant and
                    related legislation in the field of environmental management and implications for
                    infrastructure development and operation. Computer literacy in MS Word, Excel,
                    Project, Power Point, etc. A valid driver’s license. NOTE: People with disabilities
                    are encouraged to apply.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Reporting to the Deputy Director, be directly
                    responsible for managing the social and ecological responsibility related to
                    infrastructure development and management as well as assessing the success of
                    mitigation measures for various projects. Plan, design and implement monitoring
                    systems. Analyse and interpret results. Conduct regular site/technical visits in the
                    water resource infrastructure as required. Monitor compliance and the impact of
                    the EMP (construction, post construction and operational) where necessary.
                    Generate technical/monitoring reports. Act as Middle project manager where
                    necessary for the management of projects within the sub-directorate. Act as an
                    assistant manager on various aspects of the projects including human, technical
                    and financial resources. Manage all the resources attached to projects he/she
                    carries responsibility for. Provide strong technical support and link between the
                    managers and lower level posts (officials). Identify and provide guidance on all
                    policy shortfalls within the line function which need to be addressed through the
                    policy process. Develop the emergency responses (i.e. contingency planning and
                    emergency preparedness) and providing feedback continual improvement.
                    Participate in Climate Change Matters. Develop an environmental monitoring
                    checklist as aligned to all the activities at the dams and its management.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms M.A Mathekgana Tel: (012) 336 8322 / 8485
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/89      :   CONTROL INDUSTRIAL TECHNICIAN: TRAINING AND CO-ORDINATION
                    (Directorate: Spatial and Land Information)

SALARY          :   R217 482 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A National Diploma in Surveying or equivalent qualification accompanied by
                    proven, appropriate experience. Proven supervisory skills complemented by a
                    thorough knowledge of the Land Survey Act, No 8 of 1997. Extensive practical
                    survey experience in levelling, triangulation, traversing, tacheometry and global
                    positioning systems. Excellent presentation skills. Proven skills: to convey
                    knowledge to others. Self confidence. Ability to improvise. Proven organisationa
                    and problem solving abilities. Registration with the South African Council for
                    Professional Land and Technical Surveyors (PLATO) at least at Surveyor Valid
                    code EB driver’s licence.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Reporting directly to the Director: Spatial and Land
                    Information Management, the incumbent will: Manage, co-ordinate and
                    practically train technical students, interns and department officials. Facilitate the
                    development of course content, manuals and training guides in line with DWAF
                    Learning Academy, Tertiary Institutions and PLATO. Co-ordinate and
                    administrate the training initiatives and facilitate the career path development for
                    Spatial and Land Information Management Directorate. Facilitate the
                    development of course content, manuals and training guides. Provide a
                    project/contract management technical function. Perform project management,
                    financial and asset management.              Supervise staff and evaluate their
                    performance. Participate in various training- related advisory, executive and
                    moderating committees.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms C Rajah Tel (012) 336 8130
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009




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POST 04/90      :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: COMMUNICATION

SALARY          :   R217 482 per annum
CENTRE          :   Polokwane Regional Office
REQUIREMENTS    :   *A relevant three-year degree or National Diploma in Communications/Public
                    Relations/Journalism or equivalent qualification, plus proven track record coupled
                    with traceable, appropriate experience in communication and the media.
                    *Advanced computer literacy (all programmes). *Valid driver’s licence.
                    Recommendations: *Excellent writing skills (ability to write speeches, media
                    plans, alerts and briefing notes for senior management). *Excellent
                    communication skills. *Critical analysis and research skills. *Project
                    management, planning and organisational skills, as well as interpersonal and
                    customer relation skills and the ability to work in a team. *A highly developed
                    interpretive and conceptualisation/formulation ability. *Ability to develop and
                    maintain networks relevant to the task environment.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: The successful candidate will head the regional
                    communication section and will be responsible for the following key result areas:
                    *Regional strategic management. *Event management implementation of
                    sectional/components communication programmes. *Media and public relations.
                    *Management of human, financial, physical information and regional resources.
                    *Linking with internal and external strategic stakeholders of the Department.
                    *Planning and co-ordination of all exhibitions and related activities. *Writing
                    articles for internal publications as well providing communication advice to the
                    regional office. *Acting as regional contact team manager on issues relating to
                    communications.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr. ME Maluleke, tel. (015) 290 1202
APPLICATIONS    :   The Chief Director, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag X
                    9506, Polokwane, 0700, for attention: Mr MJ Nzima. (Applications can also be
                    hand delivered to the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, 49 Joubert
                    Street, corner Thabo Mbeki and Church Streets, AZMO Place Building
                    (Application Box-Ground Floor).
CLOSING DATE    :   23 February 2009

POST 04/91      :   PRINCIPAL ENVIRONMENTAL             OFFICER:      RESOURCE       MANAGEMENT
                    PLANNING (2 POSTS)

SALARY          :   R174 243 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A B.Sc qualification with majors in natural sciences or social sciences
                    respectively or an appropriate, recognized tertiary qualification. A postgraduate
                    degree in this field will be an added advantage. A minimum of 4 years experience
                    in the environmental and monitoring field, Experience in community involvement
                    on projects will be an added advantage (i.e. projects that involve community
                    beneficiation). Computer literacy in MS Word, Excel, Power Point, etc, Ability to
                    function well under pressure and manage multiple projects (i.e.
                    “multiple“project(s) management), A valid driver’s license. Note: People with
                    disabilities are encouraged to apply.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Be responsible for environmental monitoring tasks
                    within specific geographical area/projects. Independently handle some of the
                    complex matters on/ site with minimum supervision. Evaluate, regulate and
                    develop resources within the area of operation. Prepare and provide resource
                    information (i.e. generating reports, etc). Monitor the impact of development on
                    the surrounding environment (i.e. dams /reservoirs) and propose best practise
                    environmental management solutions on the identified impacts. Provide
                    awareness on environmental responsibilities with the aim of improving
                    performance on all implementation processes. Function as a team player in the
                    Public Private Partnerships in the Sub-directorate. Engage in the social and
                    ecological issues relating to dam to the RMPs. Implement the various plans for
                    specific various resources.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms M.A Mathekgana Tel: (012) 336 8322/8484
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009




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POST 04/92      :   PRINCIPAL SCIENTIST: PROGRAMMES COORDINATOR
                    (Directorate: Resource Protection and Waste)

SALARY          :   R174 243 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   An appropriate, recognised three-year tertiary qualification in fields of study such
                    as Chemistry/ Biochemistry/ Microbiology/ Water Utilisation/ Environmental
                    Science/ Biological Science/ Geohydrology/ or an appropriate degree in Civil or
                    Chemical Engineering. Good knowledge OF and experience in project and
                    programmes management will be strong recommendations. Verifiable strong
                    report writing, presentation and communication skills. Advanced knowledge of
                    and practical experience in computer application programmes such as Ms Word,
                    Excel, PowerPoint, Access, etc. Sound knowledge and understanding of water
                    quality management in the Department’s regional and national offices.
                    Knowledge and understanding of the water sector: i.e. external stakeholders,
                    relevant legislations including the National Water Act (Act 36 of 1998) – NWA
                    and the related policies, regulations, principles, guidelines, tools and procedures,
                    policy development, implementation and monitoring. Good knowledge and
                    understanding of the principles of Integrated Water Resources Management
                    (IWRM). Proven practical experience in evaluating water use licence applications
                    (WULAs) and waste disposal site permit applications. Sound knowledge OF and
                    experience in water use compliance monitoring and enforcement. Knowledge of
                    key departmental programmes such as-: Water for Growth and Development
                    (WfGD), Waste Discharge Charge System, etc. Proven liaison and networking
                    skills especially as they relate to corporative governance and stakeholder
                    engagement. Sound strategic planning and proven experience in the compilation,
                    implementation, monitoring of and reporting on business plans and budgets.
                    Excellent innovative thinking and analytical/problem-solving skills as well as
                    sound organisational, office management and interpersonal skills. Willingness to
                    work abnormal hours and under pressure as well as travel country-wide. A valid
                    Code 8 (EB) driver’s licence.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Monitor, co-ordinate and report to the Director on all the
                    programmes and projects in the Sub-directorates within the Directorate:
                    Resource Protection and Waste. Co-ordinate appropriate submissions of
                    ministerial, cab-memos, queries, etc and monitor and track deadlines to ensure
                    prompt response are prompt. Gather information, prepare and deliver
                    presentations. Assist the Director with the tracking and monitoring of the
                    processing of WULAs as well as the Record of Decisions (RODs) in the
                    Directorate. Maintaining the internal database of WULAs and RODs in the
                    Directorate as well as tracking and assigning of the WULAs in the Water Use
                    Licence Application Tracking System (WULATS). Arrange liaison meetings with
                    internal and external stakeholders with regard to projects, programmes, WULAs
                    and RODs as well as taking technical minutes for most meetings of the
                    Directorate and making follow-ups stemming from the meetings. Ensure the
                    continuous flow of work: projects and programmes. Stand in for the Secretary in
                    his/her absence.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr N Musekene Tel: (012) 336- 7277
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director-General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C. Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/93      :   PRINCIPAL DEVELOPMENT EXPERT: INTEGRATED WATER SECTOR
                    SUPPORT

SALARY          :   R 174 253 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   Recognized three-year National Diploma or degree with appropriate experience.
                    Report writing skills. Experience and knowledge of monitoring and evaluation.
                    Knowledge of Local Government and understanding of the Free Basic Water
                    (FBW) programme and Capacity Building programme. communication, analytical,
                    project management and integration skills. Good Presentation skills and
                    computer literacy. A valid driver’s license.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Co-ordinate the Free Basic Water and Sanitation
                    programmes and ensure that appropriate support is provided to Water Services
                    Authorities (WSAs) to implement Free Basic Water and Sanitation through


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                    Regions. Ensure that Regions access Donor materials to accelerate Free Basic
                    Water (FBW) implementation. Accelerate service delivery through hands on
                    support. Ensure integration of Free Basic Services (FBS) into Municipal Planning
                    and budgeting processes. Co-ordinate Free Basic Water Task Team meetings.
                    Ensure effective implementation of water and sanitation programmes according
                    to the published policy. Work with all stakeholders to plan and monitor progress.
                    Compile monthly and quarterly reports. Identify golden Key Performance
                    Indicators and further develop sector key performance indicators over time.
                    Ensure that Free Basic Services and Sanitation Key Performance Indicators
                    development is part of integration into the overall Key Performance indicators
                    and monitoring and evaluation system for water services sector. Work with the
                    Department of Provincial and Local Government on the Special Intervention
                    Programme (SIP) and the Integrated Project Development (IPD) programme.
                    Work on Free Basic Water website.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr S Mthembu Tel (012) 336-8065
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/94      :   LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER
                    (5 year contract)

SALARY          :   R174 243 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A B. Proc or an LLB degree. Appropriate post qualification experience in the legal
                    profession or in the application of law. Broad knowledge of the Constitution of
                    South Africa, the Promotion of Administrative Justice. The Public Finance
                    Management Act and the Treasury Regulations. Experience and skills in the
                    implementation of the Promotion of Administrative Justice Act, the Promotion of
                    Access to Information Act, the Public Finance Management Act and the Treasury
                    Regulations. Proven skills and experience in the interpretation and grafting of
                    legislation. Broad knowledge of environmental forestry and water law. The
                    constitution and public service transformation policies. Interpersonal skills. Good
                    presentation skills, research, report writing. Good communication skills (verbal
                    and written). Computer literacy (Ms Word, Ms PowerPoint, Outlook). Willingness
                    to travel.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Draft legislation and legal documents such as affidavits,
                    directives and contracts. Provide legal training, make presentations and deal with
                    requests in terms of the Promotion of Administrative Justice Act and the
                    Promotion of Access to Information Act. Assist in the application and
                    interpretation of labour law and legislation administered by the Department.
                    Appear before the Water Tribunal on behalf of the Department. Handle debt
                    recovery and litigation matters. Provide ongoing legal advice/opinion to the
                    Department and Ministry. Liaise with customers, Counsel, State Attorney, other
                    organs of state and of public. Provide legal advice on enforcement and
                    compliance. Provide general legal support to the Department and Ministry to
                    ensure that the goals of the Department are met. Comment on or make
                    recommendations on policies/strategies for the Department and Public
                    Service/State to the Directorate Legal Services. Represent the Department at
                    committees and meetings.
ENQUIRIES       :   Adv N Mbedzi Tel (012) 336 8296
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001.
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/95      :   PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO DEPUTY DIRECTOR GENERAL: POLICY AND
                    REGULATION

SALARY          :   R174 243 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   An appropriate three year tertiary qualification or matric certificate with extensive,
                    relevant and practical experience in providing senior management support.
                    Knowledge and understanding of public service and the general core business of
                    the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry will be an advantage. Excellent


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                    administrative and organisational skills, communication skills (verbal, writing and
                    editing), and interpersonal skills relations. Practical, hands-on knowledge of MS
                    Office package (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook). Ability to work
                    independently and under pressure. A valid driver’s licence and willing to travel
                    where necessary.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Assist the Deputy Director General with tracking and
                    monitoring tasks, including the developments and operation of a personal
                    organisation and tracking system. Co-ordinate information from 7 Chief
                    Directorates. Facilitate stakeholder and interdepartmental relations within the
                    Office of DDG. Co-ordinate meetings & workshops including minutes taking.
                    Manage and handle confidential documents. Develop a document tracking and
                    management system. Keep abreast of all requirements and adhoc reports and
                    initiate compilation of such reports. Liaise with high level management offices like
                    the office of the Minister, Director General, other Deputy Director Generals, Chief
                    Directors, internal and external clients. Prepare submissions, presentations and
                    reports for the DDG. Ensure that travel arrangements and claims are processed.
                    Manage the DDG’s working schedule in coordination with the secretary; ensure
                    continuous flow of work when the DDG is not in office and proper management of
                    the office. Execute any other task or instructions as required by the DDG.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms N Ncapayi Tel (012) 336 8800
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/96      :   CHIEF INDUSTRIAL TECHNICIANS: CADASTRAL SURVEY (3 POSTS)

SALARY          :   R174 243 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A National Diploma in Surveying or equivalent, extensive appropriate experience
                    in Microstation, skilled in the use of Surpac, uSmart and various programs in
                    CAD, GIS, Cadastral Survey, and Land Information System. Extensive,
                    appropriate experience in Cadastral data acquisition, sourcing, classification,
                    verification, processing and interpretation of cadastral and deeds information.
                    Cadastral data calculations topographical drafting and survey data manipulation.
                    Sound knowledge of and experience in using Arc software and warehousing in
                    geo-database information systems. Knowledge of GPS, Surveying, mapping and
                    spatial analysis, Co-ordinates and Deeds systems of South Africa. Proven skills
                    and sound knowledge of Ms Access and other MS Office software. Good verbal,
                    written communication, interpersonal, planning and organisational skills, as well
                    as the ability to work under pressure, in a team and individually are highly
                    recommended. Knowledge of budget compiling and expenditure control. A valid
                    driver’s licence.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Ensure cadastral data acquisition, processing and
                    management thereby sourcing and capturing spatial cadastral and deeds
                    attribute data. Produce survey compilation drawings and plans for topographic,
                    pipeline, cadastral, general, long/cross sections for survey projects and handle
                    ad hoc CAD/LIS and related tasks and queries. Produce time sheets and project
                    plans. Produce ground schedules and tender documentation to office standards.
                    Provide support to the Land Surveyors and other stakeholders in the compilation
                    of geo spatial data for tender and licensing purposes. Produce electronic and/or
                    hardcopy outputs from own and sourced data for forestry and water scheme
                    purposes. Prepare special reports for various stakeholders. Administer Land
                    Information database, geo-database of properties in DWAF’s custody. Provide
                    Cadastral and Deeds information for water use projects. Provide support to the
                    establishment, development and implementation of spatial information systems.
                    Perform general administrative functions, research and introduce new
                    technologies to advance office procedures and facilitate staff development.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr MD Lilimu Tel (012) 336 8900
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009




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POST 04/97      :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: WATER USE EFFICIENCY (EDUCATION AND
                    AWARENESS)

SALARY          :   R174 243 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   An appropriate, recognized three year tertiary qualification in Social Sciences/
                    Communication or equivalent qualification. Appropriate experience in water
                    conservation and water demand management as well as sound knowledge of
                    water resource management. Computer literacy. Managerial and negotiation
                    skills. An appropriate knowledge of water conservation and water demand
                    management requirements for the domestic, agricultural, mines, industries and
                    power generation sector education and awareness programmes. Knowledge and
                    interpretation of the Departmental policies, the national Water Act and Water
                    Services Act will be an added advantage. Willingness to travel and work
                    abnormal hours. A valid code 08 driver’s licence
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Lead research on and analysis of people with
                    understanding and perception regarding Water Conservation and Water Demand
                    Management, including research analysis that monitors the impact of Water
                    Conservation and Water Demand Management and knowledge of public on the
                    awareness campaigns. Develop research initiatives to identify consumer needs.
                    Assist with the establishment of various national, regional and local coordinating
                    committees. Facilitate programmes on how to integrate various water
                    conservation and water demand management’s campaigns , establishing
                    networking systems and monitoring the establishment of various campaigns by
                    different water sector institution, including other government departments, public
                    institution, private institution, non-governmental organizations, community based
                    organization and international organization. Assist with the establishment and
                    management of strategic international partnership with emphasis on SADC and
                    Africa to facilitate networking and collaboration in Water Conservation and Water
                    Demand Management education and awareness programmes. Engage relevant
                    stakeholders on suitable incentive schemes towards water conservation and
                    water demand management. Assist in the implementation and development of
                    water a informative billing system.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms N Breakfast Tel (012) 336 7127
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/98      :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: WATER USE EFFICIENCY

SALARY          :   R174 243 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   An appropriate, recognised three-year tertiary qualification in Agriculture/
                    Chemistry/ Biochemistry/ Microbiology/ Water Utilization/ Environmental Science/
                    Biological Science/ Geohydrology. Appropriate experience in water conservation
                    and water demand management. Sound knowledge of water resource
                    management in urban development. Working knowledge of the water
                    conservation and water demand management programmes in either of the fields
                    identified above. Computer Literacy. Commitment, diligence and initiative.
                    Management and negotiation skills. Extensive knowledge of the interpretation of
                    the Departmental policies, the National Water Act and Water Services Act will be
                    an added advantage. Willingness to travel and work abnormal hours. A valid
                    code 08 driver’s licence.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Participate in the development of water use efficiency
                    standards, benchmarks and key performance indicators for water service
                    institutions. Provide regional office support in the monitoring, development and
                    implementation of water use efficiency programmes in the 19 water management
                    areas in support of catchment management agencies. Conduct relevant research
                    projects to determine water use efficiency devices that could be promoted as part
                    of national standards and specifications for housing and related developments,
                    where water use efficiency is of importance. Facilitate the establishment of
                    regional and national water use efficiency committee of relevant stakeholders
                    and role –players to support and increase water conservation and demand
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                    amongst water services sectors. Integrate socio-economic concerns with
                    environmental and ecological priorities.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr C Tsatsi Tel (012) 336 8172
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/99      :   SENIOR DEVELOPMENT EXPERT: WATER USE EFFICIENCY (WATER
                    SERVICES SECTOR)

SALARY          :   R174 243 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   An appropriate, recognized three-year tertiary qualification in Civil Engineering/
                    Water Utilization/ Environmental Science/ Geohydrology. Appropriate experience
                    in water conservation and water demand management. Sound knowledge of
                    water resource management in urban development. Working knowledge of the
                    Water Conservation and Water Demand Management programmes in either of
                    the fields identified above. Computer literacy. Commitment, diligence and
                    initiative. Management and negotiation skills. Extensive knowledge of the
                    interpretation of the Departmental policies, the National Water Act and Water
                    Services Act will be added advantages. Willingness to travel and work abnormal
                    hours. A valid code 08 driver’s licence.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Participate in the development of water use efficiency
                    standards, benchmarks and key performance indicators for water services
                    institutions. Provide regional office support in the monitoring, development and
                    implementation of water use efficiency programmes in the 19 water management
                    areas in support of catchment management agencies. Conduct relevant research
                    projects to determine water use efficiency devices that could be promoted as part
                    of national standards and specifications for housing and related development,
                    where water use efficiency is of importance. Facilitate the establishment of a
                    regional and national water use efficiency committee of relevant stakeholders
                    and role-players to support and increase in water conservation and demand
                    management initiative to reduce water losses, wastage and inefficient uses
                    amongst water services sectors. Integrate socio-economic concerns with
                    environmental and ecological priorities.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr C Tsatsi Tel (012) 336 8172
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001.
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/100     :   SENIOR   DEVELOPMENT              EXPERT:       WATER       USE      EFFICIENCY
                    (AGRICULTURAL SECTOR)

SALARY          :   R174 243 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   An appropriate recognised three-year tertiary qualification in Agriculture/
                    Chemistry/ Biochemistry/ Microbiology/ Water Utilization/ Environmental science/
                    Biological Science/ Geohydrology or extensive experience in water control, water
                    conservation and water demand management as well as sound knowledge of
                    water resource management in agriculture. Computer literacy. Commitment,
                    diligence and initiative. Managerial and negotiation skills. Extensive knowledge of
                    the interpretation of the Departmental policies, the National Water Act and Water
                    Services Act will be an added advantage. Willingness to travel and work
                    abnormal hours. A valid code 08 driver’s licence.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Participate in the development of water use efficiency
                    guidelines, norms, standards, benchmarks and key performance indicators for
                    the irrigation sector. Manage projects aimed at the assessment of water use
                    efficiencies and losses within the irrigation sector and development of local,
                    regional and national scale conservation and water demand management
                    strategies and business plans for implementation by the irrigation sector. Provide
                    support to the regional office in the monitoring, development and implementation
                    of water use efficiency programmes in the 19 water management areas in
                    support of catchment management agencies. Conduct relevant research projects
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                    national standards and specifications for agriculture and irrigation practices.
                    Facilitate the establishment of agriculture water management institutions and
                    participate in irrigation forums. Manage the implementation of water management
                    plans. Provide advice on water use and irrigation development matters. Manage
                    projects to develop monitoring and compliance with water conservation and
                    demand management standards, benchmarks, key performance indicators and
                    regulations. Supervise and manage of the activities of sub-ordinates as well as
                    financial management and reporting.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr T Masike Tel (012) 336 6793
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/101     :   PRINCIPAL HYDROLOGIST:               GROUNDWATER           ASSESSMENT         AND
                    INFORMATION EXTENSION

SALARY          :   R174 243 per annum
CENTRE          :   Polokwane Regional Office
REQUIREMENTS    :   *An appropriate four-year BSc (Hons) degree in Geohydrology or equivalent
                    qualification with extensive experience in groundwater exploration and
                    assessment as well as knowledge of dissemination. *A related postgraduate
                    qualification will be an added advantage. The following will serve as
                    recommendations: *Proven knowledge of and experience in geohydrological
                    processes, geohydrological assessment and evaluation principles and the
                    application of appropriate scientific software. *Superior computer literacy and
                    knowledge of and experience in GIS applications in the geohydrological field.
                    *Experience in water resources planning and management and understanding of
                    integrated water resources management. *Appropriate experience in
                    groundwater management, acquisition and provision of groundwater information
                    and the evaluation of monitoring data. *Applied knowledge of the National Water
                    Act, 1998 and related policies, strategies and guidelines. *Proven ability to
                    provide appropriate training in all aspects of the geohydrological field. *Proven
                    experience in supervision and management of a team of hydrologists,
                    technicians and contractors. *Excellent verbal and written communication skills,
                    negotiation and facilitation skills. *Knowledge of Human Resources policies.
                    *Willingness to undertake field trips away from home and work irregular hours. *A
                    valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: *Assess and manage groundwater resources in respect
                    of quantity, quality, availability and sustainability. *Explore the potential of new
                    groundwater resources for future use. *Apply technical and scientific
                    methodology with respect to groundwater development, management and
                    assessment. *Implement and manage groundwater assessment projects and
                    activities in the province, including personnel and contractors. *Provide expert
                    geohydrological and related advice and guidance regionally and nationally.
                    *Maintain the regional and national groundwater database through the collection,
                    verification and uploading of all groundwater data. *Oversee and manage the
                    processing and dissemination of groundwater data and information.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr. W.H Du Toit, tel. (015) 290 1262
APPLICATIONS    :   The Chief Director, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag X
                    9506, Polokwane, 0700, for attention: Mr MJ Nzima. (Applications can also be
                    hand delivered to the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, 49 Joubert
                    Street, corner Thabo Mbeki and Church Streets, AZMO Place Building
                    (Application Box-Ground Floor).
CLOSING DATE    :   23 February 2009

POST 04/102     :   PRINCIPAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL OFFICER

SALARY          :   R 174 243 per annum
CENTRE          :   Bloemfontein
REQUIREMENTS    :   An appropriate recognized three-year tertiary qualification in Chemistry,
                    Biochemistry, Microbiology, Botany, Zoology, Earth Resources or Engineering or
                    any relevant field of study. A valid Driver’s license. Computer literacy,
                    Experience in a water and mining related field, Environmental Impact Studies
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DUTIES          :   Apply policies and strategies for water Quality Management in a designated area
                    to ensure that principles and legal aspects are complied with by all water users
                    as set up in the National Water Act 36 of 1998. Provide professional advice to
                    Local Authorities, mines and Industries.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr. W Grobler Tel: 051 – 405 9000
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms. P Mogolo
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009
APPLICATIONS    :   Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Free State Regional Office, Private
                    Bag 524 Bloemfontein, 9300

POST 04/103     :   SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

SALARY          :   R145 920 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   An appropriate three-year tertiary qualification and knowledge of International
                    Relations. Excellent interpersonal and communication (written and verbal) skills.
                    Knowledge and experience of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and the
                    internet. A valid driver’s license. Willingness to travel internationally.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Provide administrative assistance. Provide co-
                    ordination with respect to office activities and project/programme information.
                    Liaise with department officials and other stakeholders. Respond to and refer
                    office correspondence. Provide general administrative, logistical and secretarial
                    support. Assist with preparation for meetings, workshops and other appointments
                    of office. Assist in writing reports and contribute in handling office documents and
                    presentations.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms L Sebitso
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General: Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag
                    X313, Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/104     :   SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

SALARY          :   R145 920 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   An appropriate, recognised degree/diploma and /or equivalent qualification in
                    Fleet Management or Travel Reservation Services. Excellent verbal and written
                    communication, problem solving, investigation and good interpersonal relation
                    skills. Ability to perform under pressure. Good negotiation and report writing
                    skills.. Knowledge of Performance Management Development System (PMDS).
                    Computer literacy in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Facilitation of travel reservation services, distribution of
                    flight and accommodation forms to the agencies fairly, record keeping of
                    distribution list, liaise with agencies. Administer dinner’s club accounts, supervise
                    and assign travel bookings to transport officers, co-ordinate Performance
                    Management Development Systems, attend to enquiries, and monitor travel
                    agencies. Liaise with the Assistant Director of Policy and Maintenance.
                    Implement and maintain the travel reservation policy.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms VM Ndabane Tel (012) 336 7234
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001.
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/105     :   SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT: COSTING AND EVALUATIONS
                    (Directorate: Management Accounting)

SALARY          :   R145 920 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A B.Com/National Diploma in Cost and Management Accounting or equivalent
                    qualification. A strong background of financial environments, Budgets
                    preparation, Preparation of management’s accounts. Report writing skills,
                    analytical and problem solving skills, communication skills, and computer literacy.
                    Knowledge of Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), Treasury Regulation,
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DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Ensure that costing models are implemented properly,
                    review, amend and maintain proper accounting processes. Prepare monthly
                    management reports. Prepare monthly cash budget. Assist in the preparation of
                    annual budgets. Ensure that internal controls are implemented and strictly
                    adhered to.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mrs QN Ambe Tel (012) 336 8454
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/106     :   SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANTS: BUDGET                         CONTROLLING         AND
                    REPORTING (4 POSTS)
                    (Directorate: Management Accounting (WTA))

SALARY          :   R145 920 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A relevant degree/diploma in Finance or related finance courses with Accounting
                    or Management Accounting or in a third year level of study, plus appropriate
                    experience in financial environment. Administration experience. Knowledge of
                    budgeting and expenditure controlling, quality assurance. Data analysis skills and
                    competency. Report writing and analytical skills. Computer literacy (MS office)
                    and SAP. Communication skills (verbal and written) and problem solving skills.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Provide support to Assistant Director on all functions
                    related to the Directorate. Analyse of expenditure per line item, analyze and
                    report expenditure variances per unit. Separation of Opex and Capex
                    expenditure. Ensure expenditure and revenue flow to correct profit /cost centres,
                    linking of expenditure to budget. Assist with monitoring of the departmental
                    expenditure. Prepare of income and expenditure reports from SAP. Consolidate
                    augmentation reports. Prepare augmentation reconciliation. Perform budget
                    uploads on SAP and budget maintenance. Provide training and support
                    regarding budgetary issues to Head office and regional offices.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms KJ Mthethwa Tel (012) 336 6848
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/107     :   SENIOR   HYDROLOGIST:             GROUNDWATER            ASSESSMENT          AND
                    INFORMATION EXTENSION

SALARY          :   R145 920 per annum
CENTRE          :   Polokwane Regional Office
REQUIREMENTS    :   *An appropriate four-year BSc (Hons) degree in Geohydrology or equivalent four-
                    year qualification with applicable experience in groundwater exploration and
                    assessment. *A related postgraduate qualification will be an added advantage.
                    The following will be recommendations: *Superior computer literacy and
                    knowledge of GIS applications in the geohydrological field. *Knowledge of water
                    resource planning and management and understanding of integrated water
                    resources management. *Experience in groundwater management, acquisition
                    and provision of groundwater information and the evaluation of monitoring data.
                    *Knowledge of the National Water Act, 1998 and related policies, strategies and
                    guidelines. *Ability to manage a diverse team of technicians. *Ability to transmit
                    knowledge and skills. *Good communication (verbal and written). *Willingness to
                    undertake field trips away from home and work irregular hours. *A valid driver’s
                    licence.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: *Execute regional groundwater assessment projects.
                    *Evaluate and characterise groundwater resources in the Province. *Assess and
                    comment on environmental impacts and related groundwater protection issues.
                    *Participate in the management of a groundwater information system and GIS
                    support. *Assess GRIP data. *Oversee data capturing and quality control thereof
                    and render support services to other sub-directorates. *Provide an extension
                    service to the public at large and consultants as well as groundwater education
                    and training. *Undertake capacity building and organisational development for
                    local communities and municipalities to manage their own resource. *Evaluate
                    and assess groundwater use licenses for existing and new groundwater use.


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                    *Facilitate capacity building among staff and ensure informed stakeholder
                    participation in water management issues. *Liaise with Provincial and Local
                    Government as well as with industry, on issues relating to groundwater data
                    acquisition, assessment and management.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr. W.H Du Toit, tel. (015) 290 1262
APPLICATIONS    :   The Chief Director, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag X
                    9506, Polokwane, 0700, for attention: Mr MJ Nzima. (Applications can also be
                    hand delivered to the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, 49 Joubert
                    Street, corner Thabo Mbeki and Church Streets, AZMO Place Building
                    (Application Box-Ground Floor).
CLOSING DATE    :   23 February 2009

POST 04/108     :   CHIEF GEOHYDROLOGICAL TECHNICIAN: GROUNDWATER ASSESSMENT
                    AND INFORMATION EXTENSION (2 POSTS)

SALARY          :   R145 920 per annum
CENTRE          :   Polokwane Regional Office
REQUIREMENTS    :   *An appropriate three-year National Diploma (Geotechnology or Geology) or
                    equivalent qualification with appropriate experience in groundwater exploration
                    and assessment. The following will serve as recommendations: *A BTech
                    degree. *Appropriate experience in all aspects of geohydrology and geophysics
                    and acquisition and provision of groundwater information. *Knowledge of GIS in
                    groundwater assessment. *Ability to supervise and manage a team of Auxiliary
                    Officers. *Interpersonal skills and leadership ability. *Good communication skills
                    (written and verbal). *Knowledge of the NWA. *A valid driver’s licence. *Love for
                    the outdoors. *Willingness to work irregular hours. *Computer skills.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: *Participate in the assessment of existing and new
                    groundwater resources in terms of their occurrence, quality and exploitation
                    potential. *Conduct geophysical surveys using the different methods, borehole
                    census, drilling programs and supervision, pumping tests and sampling
                    programmes. *Interpret and evaluate geophysical, geohydrological and hydro-
                    chemical field data. *Collect/capture and evaluate high-quality groundwater data
                    to assess, manage and protect the groundwater resources and to populate the
                    regional and national groundwater databases. *Execute groundwater awareness
                    programs amongst communities, the public and schools. *Disseminate
                    groundwater information. *Provide a professional service to the Geohydrologist
                    and the Department as a whole. *Provide geotechnical training to technicians
                    and auxiliary staff.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr. W.H Du Toit, tel. (015) 290 1262
APPLICATIONS    :   The Chief Director, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag X
                    9506, Polokwane, 0700, for attention: Mr MJ Nzima. (Applications can also be
                    hand delivered to the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, 49 Joubert
                    Street, corner Thabo Mbeki and Church Streets, AZMO Place Building
                    (Application Box-Ground Floor).
CLOSING DATE    :   23 February 2009
FOR ATTENTION   :   Mr. M.J Nzima

POST 04/109     :   CHIEF GEOHYDROLOGICAL               TECHNICIAN:       GROUNDWATER          DATA
                    MANAGEMENT (3 POSTS)

SALARY          :   R145 920 per annum
CENTRE          :   Polokwane Regional Office
REQUIREMENTS    :   *An appropriate three-year National Diploma (Geotechnology or Geology) or
                    equivalent qualification with appropriate experience in groundwater exploration
                    and assessment and groundwater monitoring network development and data
                    assessment. The following will serve as recommendations: *A BTech degree.
                    *Appropriate experience in all aspects of geohydrology and geophysics and the
                    acquisition and provision of groundwater information. *Knowledge of GIS in
                    groundwater management and monitoring. *Ability to supervise and manage a
                    team of Auxiliary Officers and Technicians. *Interpersonal skills and leadership
                    ability. *Good communication skills (written and verbal). *Knowledge of the NWA.
                    *A valid driver’s licence. *Love for the outdoors. *Willingness to work irregular
                    hours. *Computer skills.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: *Participate in the management of groundwater
                    resources. *Conduct geophysical surveys, borehole census, drilling programs
                    and supervision, pumping tests and sampling, installation, maintenance and


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                   downloading of electronic data loggers and data collection. *Interpret and
                   evaluate geophysical, geohydrological and hydro-chemical field data. *Develop,
                   implement and maintain a groundwater monitoring network and related
                   information systems. *Process and assess monitoring data and compile status
                   report. *Collect/capture and evaluate high-quality groundwater data to assess,
                   manage and protect the groundwater resources and to help populate the regional
                   and national groundwater databases. *Advice water users and managers on
                   groundwater management and protection. *Execute groundwater awareness
                   programmes amongst communities, public and schools. *Disseminate
                   groundwater information. *Provide a professional service to the Geohydrologist
                   and the Department as a whole. *Provide geotechnical training to technicians,
                   Geohydrologists and auxiliary staff.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr. W.H Du Toit, tel. (015) 290 1262
APPLICATIONS   :   The Chief Director, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag X
                   9506, Polokwane, 0700, for attention: Mr MJ Nzima. (Applications can also be
                   hand delivered to the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, 49 Joubert
                   Street, corner Thabo Mbeki and Church Streets, AZMO Place Building
                   (Application Box-Ground Floor).
CLOSING DATE   :   23 February 2009

POST 04/110    :   SENIOR PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

SALARY         :   R145 920 per annum
CENTRE         :   Mopani District Office
REQUIREMENTS   :   *Grade 12 certificate with at least five-years’ experience in Supply Chain
                   Management or an appropriate Bachelor’s degree/National Diploma in Supply
                   Chain Management and Asset Management. *Knowledge of the Public Finance
                   Management Act, Public Service Act and Treasury Regulations. *Computer
                   literacy (MS Word/Excel). *Strong analytical, administration and organisational
                   skills. *Good verbal and written communication, as well as good interpersonal
                   skills. *Sound financial management and budgeting skills. *Ability to manage
                   external stakeholders. *A Code 08 driver’s license would be an added
                   advantage.
DUTIES         :   Key Performance Areas: *Facilitate and co-ordinate implementation of asset
                   management policies, strategies and processes. *Ensure that all assets bought
                   are budgeted for. *Monitor action plan and ECC principles and delegation.
                   *Manage losses (ensure that losses are reported to loss control and are
                   investigated). *Manage supply chain processes for demand and supply. *Identify
                   redundant and obsolete assets. *Perform reconciliation of asset register.
                   *Facilitate physical assets verification. *Ensure that assets are bar coded before
                   distribution. *Office inventory management. *Handle audit queries (internal and
                   external) and ensure that recommendations are implemented. *Report monthly to
                   management. *Ensure the implementation of control measures. *Ensure
                   compliance with rules and regulations for supply chain. *Record management of
                   PSPs bids documents. *Manage database rotation. *Ensure that sufficient
                   supporting documents are attached to the payments. *Authorise projects, goods
                   and services payments. *Ensure that logistic processes are consistent with the
                   Government’s broader policy. *Reconcile stocktaking reports. *Facilitate and co-
                   ordinate the implementation of asset management policies, strategies, processes
                   as well as measures. *Facilitate physical assets verification. *Manage losses and
                   ensure that losses are reported to loss control and asset disposal methods.
                   *Perform loss control management. *Identify redundant and obsolete assets.
                   *Manage bid process and advice end users on the bid process. *Goods
                   purchased and services rendered. *Ensure staff training, coaching and
                   mentoring. *Manage the PMDS of Supply Chain and Chief Users.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms. H.S Vuma, tel. (015) 812 0090
APPLICATIONS   :   The Chief Director, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag X
                   9506, Polokwane, 0700, for attention: Mr MJ Nzima. (Applications can also be
                   hand delivered to the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, 49 Joubert
                   Street, corner Thabo Mbeki and Church Streets, AZMO Place Building
                   (Application Box-Ground Floor).
CLOSING DATE   :   23 February 2009

POST 04/111    :   CHIEF INDUSTRIAL TECHNICIAN (4 POSTS) (WARMS)

SALARY         :   R145 920 per annum


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CENTRE         :   Limpopo WMA X2 & Levuvhu/Letaba WMA X2
REQUIREMENTS   :   *A diploma in Business Information Systems (or Information Technology) and
                   knowledge or a diploma and experience in WARM/SAP data management. *A
                   valid driver’s licence. *Computer literacy, preferably in MS Excel, Word and
                   PowerPoint. Experience in or knowledge of the following will serve as a strong
                   recommendation: *The Water Services Act (Act 108 of 1997). *The National
                   Water act (Act 36 of 1998). *The previous Water Act (Act 54 of 1956). *The
                   national water use registration process. *Information system development and
                   database management.
DUTIES         :   Key Performance Areas: *Reporting to the Deputy Director, the prospective
                   incumbent of this position will take responsibility for: *The co-ordination,
                   finalisation and documentation of the business requirements for the Water Use
                   Authorisation and Management System (WARMS). *Prioritisation and co-
                   ordination of new development requirements for the WARMS. *Prioritisation and
                   co-ordination of upgrades to and maintenance on the WARMS. *The
                   implementation and interpretation of procedures, in terms of the National Water
                   Act (Act 36 of 1998) for the registration of water use. *Management of data
                   capturing and general office administration of registration of water use.
                   *Conducting the process of water use registration. *Producing statistical reports
                   and ensuring that file maintenance systems are maintained. *Undertake the
                   overall planning of workflow. *Co-ordination of the User support to WARMS
                   Users. *Co-ordination of User’s participation for the User Acceptance Testing of
                   the WARMS deliverables. *Ensuring periodic auditing of the WARMS and
                   general supervision.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mrs. AD Maumela, tel. (015) 290 1358 or Mr. MA Munzhedzi, tel. (015) 290 1295
APPLICATIONS   :   The Chief Director, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag X
                   9506, Polokwane, 0700, for attention: Mr MJ Nzima. (Applications can also be
                   hand delivered to the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, 49 Joubert
                   Street, corner Thabo Mbeki and Church Streets, AZMO Place Building
                   (Application Box-Ground Floor).
CLOSING DATE   :   23 February 2009

POST 04/112    :   CHIEF INDUSTRIAL TECHNICIAN (3 POSTS)

SALARY         :   R145 920 per annum
CENTRE         :   Levuvhu/Letaba WMA
REQUIREMENTS   :   *An appropriate, recognised three-year diploma/degree in Hydrology, Civil
                   Engineering or other fields relevant to Water Resource Management.
                   *Knowledge of GIS will be an added advantage. *Knowledge of the National
                   water Act, 1998. *A valid driver’s licence. The following will serve as
                   recommendations: *Computer literacy in MS Office. *Good verbal and
                   communication skills. .
DUTIES         :   Key Performance Areas: *Perform general office administration for the
                   registration of water use in terms of the National Water Act of 1998. *Handle
                   enquiries and other communication with water users. *Gather and process
                   information from water use applications. *File and retrieve various registrations
                   and licensing documents. *Compile section 32 and section 33 applications for
                   approval. *Manage, control and verify water uses. *Perform general office duties.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mrs. AD Maumela, tel. (015) 290 1358 or Mr. MA Munzhedzi, tel. (015) 290 1295
APPLICATIONS   :   The Chief Director, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag X
                   9506, Polokwane, 0700, for attention: Mr MJ Nzima. (Applications can also be
                   hand delivered to the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, 49 Joubert
                   Street, corner Thabo Mbeki and Church Streets, AZMO Place Building
                   (Application Box-Ground Floor).
CLOSING DATE   :   23 February 2009

POST 04/113    :   CHIEF INDUSTRIAL TECHNICIAN (CIVIL) (2 POSTS)
                   Sub-directorate: Water Resource Information

SALARY         :   R145 920 per annum
CENTRE         :   Hydrometry, Tzaneen
REQUIREMENTS   :   *An appropriate National Diploma (T/N-stream Civil) or registration as
                   Engineering Technician (Civil) in terms of section 14 (1) or 14 (2) of the
                   Engineering Profession of South Africa Act, 1990. *Hydrology as a subject.
                   *Three years’ experience in all facets of practices, maintenance methods, data
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                    systems applied to the full spectrum of the Hydrometry field. *Good technical
                    problem-solving abilities. *Appropriate experience in project management,
                    fieldwork, formulating and setting standards, managerial and administrative
                    fields. *A sound understanding of Government policies. *Knowledge of the
                    implementation of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHS). *Knowledge
                    and an understanding of the Government procurement system, Environmental
                    Conservation and the National Water Act (Act No 36 of 1998). *Good
                    interpersonal relations, presentation, organising and analytical skills. *Good
                    communication skills (written and verbal). *Computer literacy. *A valid driver’s
                    licence. *Willingness to travel and work away from home for long periods of time.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: *Calibrate and evaluate gauging weirs. *Perform quality
                    control tasks on calibrations, evaluations and data processing done by
                    subordinates. *Compile relevant monthly statistics and progress reports.
                    *Conduct research on station history and update the Hydstra database. *Manage
                    people.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr. T Brandt Tel. (015) 307 8600
APPLICATIONS    :   The Chief Director, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag X
                    9506, Polokwane, 0700, for attention: Mr MJ Nzima. (Applications can also be
                    hand delivered to the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, 49 Joubert
                    Street, corner Thabo Mbeki and Church Streets, AZMO Place Building
                    (Application Box-Ground Floor).
CLOSING DATE    :   23 February 2009

POST 04/114     :   DEVELOPMENT EXPERT: SOCIAL JUSTICE
                    (Directorate: Stakeholder Empowerment)

SALARY          :   R117 501 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   An appropriate recognised Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualifications and/or
                    relevant experience. Knowledge of institutional and social development.
                    Knowledge of principles of capacity building and empowerment, social justice,
                    public participation, equity and sustainability as applied to social development
                    projects. Computer literacy in Ms Office package including internet. Knowledge of
                    the National Water Act and regulations relating to Water Resource Management
                    (IWRM). Excellent verbal and written communication and facilitation and good
                    interpersonal skills. Ability to work in a team.. A valid code 08 driver’s licence.
                    Willingness to travel. Ability to work under pressure.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Participate in the development and oversee the
                    implementation of policies, guidelines and programmes on the requirements for
                    stakeholder participation, capacity building and empowerment, in attaining equity,
                    efficiency, sustainable livelihoods and representation in the management of
                    water resources by the Department and its delegated water management
                    institutions. Participate in the development and overseeing the implementation of
                    monitoring evaluation and reporting mechanisms for compliance with the
                    legislative framework and its stakeholder participation and empowerment guiding
                    principles. Conduct research in the area of socio-economic and community
                    development activities. Participate and support implementation of socio-
                    economic development projects and other related programmes. Participate in the
                    development and oversee monitoring, evaluation and reporting mechanisms for
                    compliance socio-economic and community development programmes. Actively
                    attend and participate in the socio-economic development forums. Establish and
                    maintain the database of stakeholders, programmes and projects. Provide
                    advisory service and technical service in the areas of socio-economic and
                    community development. Facilitate and co-ordinate capacity building and
                    dialogue programmes in the area of socio-economic development. Provide
                    support service to the Sub-Directorate.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms N Mbele Tel (012) 336 6979
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/115     :   CHIEF PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION CLERK

SALARY          :   R117 501 per annum
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REQUIREMENTS    :   A Senior certificate with appropriate experience or equivalent qualification in
                    Fleet Management. Excellent verbal and written communication, problem solving
                    skills, investigation skills, good interpersonal relation, negotiation skills, and the
                    ability to perform under pressure. Knowledge of Performance Management
                    Development System (PMDS). Computer literacy in Microsoft Outlook, Word,
                    Excel. Report writing skills.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Ensure that all traffic fines are recorded and the
                    offenders are identified in order to refer traffic fines to the responsible
                    individuals/user. Administer excess payments from official if the official was found
                    negligent during the accident. Administer risk management during accident,
                    vehicle abuse, fuel card fraud, and administer unauthorised vehicle use.
                    Administer procurement of ministerial vehicles, asset control, disposal, and
                    maintenance and fuel card control.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms VM Ndabane Tel (012) 336 7234
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/116     :   CHIEF PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION CLERK

SALARY          :   R117 501 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A Senior certificate or equivalent qualification plus extensive experience in
                    Supply Chain Management. Good verbal and written communication skills.
                    Computer literacy. Knowledge of SCM Practice notes and circulars, PFMA,
                    Treasury Regulations and PPPFA. Problem solving skills and ability to prioritize
                    work and work under pressure. Extensive experience in minute taking for high
                    profile meetings particularly DBAC meetings. Self motivated individual.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Attend and minute all decisions taken at the
                    Departmental Bid Adjudication Committee (DBAC) Draft agenda for DBAC and
                    do follow ups of submissions returned to end users for corrections. Advise end
                    users on applying the relevant Policies and delegations in procurement
                    processes. Adhere strictly to the stipulations of the National Archives of South
                    Africa Act, No 43 of 1998 and accompanying directives. Process and distribute
                    all submissions/ reports together with the agenda to committee members. Give
                    written feedback of all decisions taken by the committee to the end users on
                    time. Be responsible for all the administrative tasks of the committee.
                    Communicate resolutions to IT Section as well as Communication for updating of
                    DWAF web page. Dealing with irregular and unauthorised expenditure in terms of
                    Treasury Regulations.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms H van der Merwe Tel (012) 336 7725
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/117     :   SENIOR SECRETARY GRADE IV (MAIN ACCOUNT)

SALARY          :   R117 501 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A Senior Certificate or Secretarial Diploma or equivalent qualification. Experience
                    in office administration and co-ordination. Ability to perform under pressure and
                    adhere to strict timeframes. Knowledge of and experience in MS Word, Excel,
                    PowerPoint, Outlook and the Internet, coupled with sound typing skills. Excellent
                    interpersonal and organisational skills. Good written and verbal communication
                    skills. Ability to handle confidential matters. Willingness to work after hours, work
                    long hours and under pressure.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Responsible for the overall administration of the
                    Director’s office, diary management and co-ordination of office activities,
                    management of all incoming and outgoing correspondence. Co-ordinate and
                    prepare for meetings, workshops, type documents and minutes as well as
                    presentations. Provide reception services, including call screening, receiving as
                    well as attending to messages and provide hospitable reception to visitors of the
                    Directorate. Provide secretarial services to the Directorate. Maintain an effective
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                    arrangements as well as process all subsistence and travel claims. Responsible
                    for procurement of goods and services and ensure proper control over
                    maintenance of all equipment and stationery in the Directorate.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms GV Mkhabela Tel (012) 336-8052
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/118     :   SENIOR SECRETARY GRADE IV
                    (Directorate: Financial Accounting (WTE))

SALARY          :   R117 501 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A Senior Certificate or Secretarial Diploma or equivalent qualification. Experience
                    in office administration and co-ordination. Ability to perform under pressure and
                    adhere to strict timeframes. Knowledge of and experience in MS Word, Excel,
                    PowerPoint, Outlook and the Internet, coupled with sound typing skills. Excellent
                    interpersonal and organisational skills. Good written and verbal communication
                    skills. Ability to handle confidential matters. Willingness to work after hours, work
                    long hours and under pressure when required.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Responsible for the overall administration of the
                    Director’s office, diary management and co-ordination of office activities,
                    management of all incoming and outgoing correspondence. Co-ordinate and
                    prepare for meetings, workshops, type documents and minutes as well as
                    presentations. Provide reception services, including call screening, receiving as
                    well as attending to messages and provide hospitable reception to visitors of the
                    Directorate. Provide secretarial services to the Directorate. Maintain an effective
                    filing system in the office of the Director. Make travel and accommodation
                    arrangements as well as process all subsistence and travel claims. Responsible
                    for procurement of goods and services and ensure proper control over
                    maintenance of all equipment and stationery in the Directorate.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr T Tladi Tel (012) 336 6893
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/119     :   STATE ACCOUNTANT
                    (Directorate: Financial Accounting: General Ledger (WTE))

SALARY          :   R117 501 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A National Diploma or equivalent qualification with appropriate experience.
                    Knowledge and understanding of SAP, PFMA and Treasury Regulations.
                    Computer literacy. Ability to work under pressure. Good communication and
                    interpersonal relation skills. Problem solving skills.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Ensure that the money received at cashier office is
                    recorded timely in our financial system. Ensure that the money received is
                    banked in time. Allocating the receipts to the relevant general ledger account.
                    Perform daily petty cash reconciliation. Ensure that regional clearing accounts
                    are reconciled monthly.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr V Luthada Tel (012) 336 7713
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/120     :   SENIOR SECRETARY GRADE IV (3 POSTS)

SALARY          :   R117 501 per annum
CENTRE          :   Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS    :   A Senior certificate or Secretarial Diploma or equivalent qualification. A proven
                    relevant secretarial experience. Ability to perform under pressure and adhere to
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                    maintain sound interpersonal relations. Computer literacy. Good administrative
                    and organisational skills.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Execution of duties in relation to the administration of
                    the office of the Director: Communications. Provide Secretarial and support
                    services to the Chief Directorate: Communications. Co-ordination of office
                    activities. Including the management of the Director’s diary, provision of reception
                    services-call screening, receiving messages and priority scheduling. Responsible
                    for incoming and outgoing correspondence. Arranging venues and refreshments
                    for meetings. Making travel and Accommodation arrangements. Typing
                    documents and maintaining an effective filing system in the office of the Director
                    and general office administration.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr M Scott Tel (012) 336 8264
APPLICATIONS    :   The Director General, Department: Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag x313,
                    Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms C Mazibuko, ZwaMadaka Building, Room 610
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/121     :   SENIOR INDUSTRIAL TECHNICIAN (CIVIL) (2 POSTS)
                    Sub-directorate: Water Resource Information

SALARY          :   R117 501 per annum
CENTRE          :   Hydrometry, Tzaneen
REQUIREMENTS    :   *An appropriate, recognised National Diploma (T/N-stream Civil) or registration
                    as Engineering Technician (Civil) in terms of section 14 (1) or 14 (2) of the
                    Engineering Profession of South Africa Act, 1990. *Hydrology as a subject.
                    *Extensive experience in and clearly demonstrate good understanding of and
                    competence in all facets of practices, maintenance methods, data collection
                    techniques, data processing, calibration of gauging weirs and all systems applied
                    to the full spectrum of the Hydrometry field. *Good technical problem-solving
                    abilities. *Appropriate experience in fieldwork and formulating and setting of
                    standards. *A sound understanding of Government policies. *Good interpersonal
                    relations, presentation, organising and analytical skills. *Good communication
                    skills (written and verbal). *Computer literacy. *A valid Code EB driver’s licence
                    and good driving expertise. *Willingness to travel and work away from home for
                    long periods of time.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: *Calibrate gauging weirs. *Perform data collection and
                    process time series data. *Manage people.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr. T Brandt Tel. (015) 307 8600
APPLICATIONS    :   The Chief Director, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag X
                    9506, Polokwane, 0700, for attention: Mr MJ Nzima. (Applications can also be
                    hand delivered to the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, 49 Joubert
                    Street, corner Thabo Mbeki and Church Streets, AZMO Place Building
                    (Application Box-Ground Floor).
CLOSING DATE    :   23 February 2009

POST 04/122     :   SENIOR INDUSTRIAL TECHNICIAN (SURVEY SERVICES)

SALARY          :   R117 501 per annum
CENTRE          :   Polokwane Regional Office
REQUIREMENTS    :   *An appropriate, recognised National Diploma (T/S-stream) or equivalent
                    qualification in land surveying, plus appropriate experience. The following will
                    serve as recommendations: *Field experience in the use of modern equipment
                    (total stations, electronic levels, GPSs and Trimble PRO-XRSs) *Computer
                    literacy, especially ModelMaker and Surpac software. *Good communication
                    skills (written and verbal). *Organisational and planning skills. *Ability to manage
                    a diverse team of Survey Officers and General Assistants. *A clear
                    understanding of transformation in the Public Service. *A valid driver’s licence.
                    *Ability to drive and willingness to travel extensively.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: *Collect and process survey data and provide quality
                    information for planning, design, construction and maintenance of water resource
                    infrastructures. *Compile and produce plans, co-ordinates and final reports.
                    *Contribute to the verification of compliance with and the implementation of
                    survey standards.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr. MR Ligudu, tel. (015) 290 1414
APPLICATIONS    :   The Chief Director, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag X
                    9506, Polokwane, 0700, for attention: Mr MJ Nzima. (Applications can also be


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                    hand delivered to the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, 49 Joubert
                    Street, corner Thabo Mbeki and Church Streets, AZMO Place Building
                    (Application Box-Ground Floor).
CLOSING DATE    :   23 February 2009

POST 04/123     :   HYROLOGIST (2 POSTS)

SALARY          :   R117 501 per annum
CENTRE          :   Limpopo WMA
REQUIREMENTS    :   *An appropriate, recognised three-year tertiary qualification in Hydrology, Earth
                    Science, Geohydrology or other field relevant to water resource planning and
                    management. *Good understanding of the principles of Integrated Water
                    Resource Management. *Liaison, presentation and negotiation skills pertaining to
                    water use sectors. *Computer literacy. *Good verbal and written communication
                    skills. *Ability to work under pressure. *A valid code B driver’s licence.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: *Ensure the equitable allocation of water resources.
                    *Review and recommend the issuance of water use license authorisations.
                    *Ensure the effective and efficient use of water. *Provide technical support to the
                    establishment of Water Management Institutions. *Ensure capacitated and
                    informed stakeholder support. *Provide scientific support to water use registration
                    and authorisations. *Prepare technical reports on the state of water resources
                    and use. *Support and promote departmental programmes such as 2020Vision,
                    Water and Arbor week, etc. *Promote WC/WDM measures.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mrs. AD Maumela, tel. (015) 290 1358 or Mr. MA Munzhedzi, tel. (015) 290 1295
APPLICATIONS    :   The Chief Director, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag X
                    9506, Polokwane, 0700, for attention: Mr MJ Nzima. (Applications can also be
                    hand delivered to the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, 49 Joubert
                    Street, corner Thabo Mbeki and Church Streets, AZMO Place Building
                    (Application Box-Ground Floor).
CLOSING DATE    :   23 February 2009

POST 04/124     :   WATER POLLUTION CONTROL OFFICER

SALARY          :   R 117 501 per annum
CENTRE          :   Bloemfontein
REQUIREMENTS    :   An appropriate recognized three-year tertiary qualification in Chemistry,
                    Biochemistry, Microbiology, Botany, Zoology, Earth Resources or Engineering or
                    any relevant field of study. A valid Driver’s license. Computer literacy,
                    Experience in a water and mining related field, Environmental Impact Studies
                    and Environmental Management Plans.
DUTIES          :   Apply policies and strategies for water Quality Management in a designated area
                    to ensure that principles and legal aspects are complied with by all water users
                    as set up in the National Water Act 36 of 1998. Provide professional advice to
                    Local Authorities, mines and Industries
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr. W Grobler Tel: 051 – 405 9000
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms. P Mogolo
CLOSING DATE    :   13 Febraury 2009
APPLICATIONS    :   Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Free State Regional Office, Private
                    Bag 524 BLOEMFONTEIN, 9300

POST 04/125     :   SENIOR WATER CONTROL OFFICER GR. I (7 POSTS)

SALARY          :   R94 326 per annum
CENTRE          :   Limpopo Proto CMA X3 & Levuvhu/Letaba Proto CMA X4
REQUIREMENTS    :   *Grade 12 certificate with Mathematics or equivalent qualification plus relevant
                    experience. *A valid driver’s licence. *Good verbal and written communication
                    skills, both in Afrikaans and English. *Computer literacy. *Willing to undergo
                    training. *Appropriate experience in Catchment Management will serve as a
                    recommendation. *A further recommendation will be the completion of
                    departmental courses in water control and water resources management.
                    *Certified proof must be submitted of the above requirements.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: *Be responsible for using GPS, maps and satellite
                    images. *Identify and investigate possible unlawful water works and water uses.
                    *Monitor and control water abstraction. *Undertake the inspection of dams in
                    accordance with dam safety legislation. *Assist with water use registration and
                    license applications. *Travel extensively in the execution of duties. *Support


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                   water utilisation and water resource strategy. *Assist in catchment area
                   management and monitor water use in the area.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mrs. AD Maumela, tel. (015) 290 1358 or Mr. MA Munzhedzi, tel. (015) 290 1295
APPLICATIONS   :   The Chief Director, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag X
                   9506, Polokwane, 0700, for attention: Mr MJ Nzima. (Applications can also be
                   hand delivered to the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, 49 Joubert
                   Street, corner Thabo Mbeki and Church Streets, AZMO Place Building
                   (Application Box-Ground Floor).
CLOSING DATE   :   23 February 2009

POST 04/126    :   CLEANER II (2 POSTS)

SALARY         :   R47 787 per annum
CENTRE         :   Polokwane Regional Office
REQUIREMENTS   :   *ABET or Grade 8 (standard 6). *Relevant experience. *Ability to operate
                   cleaning equipment. *Ability to work in a team and maintain good interpersonal
                   relationships. *Ability to work under pressure.
DUTIES         :   Key Performance Areas: *Clean and create an orderly working environment.
                   *Operate cleaning machines. *Ensure that the boardroom, offices and kitchen are
                   clean and tidy. *Prepare tea and other refreshments. *Wash dishes. *Load and
                   offload goods. *Assist with other duties as and when requested.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms. ME Lekganyane, tel. (015) 290 1317
APPLICATIONS   :   The Chief Director, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Private Bag X
                   9506, Polokwane, 0700, for attention: Mr MJ Nzima. (Applications can also be
                   hand delivered to the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, 49 Joubert
                   Street, corner Thabo Mbeki and Church Streets, AZMO Place Building
                   (Application Box-Ground Floor).
CLOSING DATE   :   23 February 2009




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                                                                                      ANNEXURE P

                   PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: GAUTENG
                       DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

APPLICATIONS   :   Gauteng Shared Service Centre, 78 Fox Street Johannesburg or posted to
                   Private Bag X 114, Marshalltown 2107 or contact the GSSC Call Centre on Tel
                   No: (011) 355-2222
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 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.

                           MANATEMENT ECHELON

POST 04/127    :   DIRECTOR: PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT REF NO: 70056264
                   Chief Directorate: Human Resource Management, Development and Systems

SALARY         :   An all-inclusive remuneration package of R615 633 p.a. (The package can, within
                   applicable rules, be restructured according to the individual's needs). A five (5)
                   year performance based contract - renewable. The successful candidate will be
                   required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Head Office, Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   An appropriate three-year qualification plus a minimum of at least 10 years
                   proven experience in management ● Understanding the priorities of the
                   government in delivering service to the public ● Good knowledge of the
                   education curriculum and institutions and education governance and
                   management generally as well as the education policy and legislative
                   environment ● Knowledge of standards in education and how to set and evaluate
                   them ● The incumbent must have good research and report writing skills as well
                   as skills for the transfer of knowledge ● A sound knowledge of Performance
                   Management systems ● A minimum of 10 years in management role. Key
                   competencies: A good understanding of the Head Office-District-School interface
                   ● Insight on the critical role that can be played by the institutional development
                   and support work in transforming and reforming education ● An in-depth
                   knowledge of criteria for establishing tasks, processes and entities which add
                   value and promote cost-effectiveness and efficiency both at the district and the
                   department as a whole ● An understanding of change management driven in the
                   context of the transformative agenda of government ● A good knowledge of the
                   public sector national and provincial policy, legislative and regulatory
                   environment, in particular the Public Finance Management Act, Preferential
                   Procurement Policy Framework Act, Public Service Act and the Batho Pele White
                   Paper as well as all the Human Resource Performance Management Systems as
                   implemented by the GDE. Skills: Data management, analytical and project
                   management skills ● People management and financial management skills ●
                   Sound communication, report writing as well as problem solving skills ● Conflict
                   resolution and situational analysis skills.
DUTIES         :   Implement, co-ordinate and manage the performance management strategy and
                   systems within the GDE ● Implement, analyse, interpret, monitor and report on
                   all the actual Human Resource Performance Management Systems within the
                   GDE ● Co-ordinate the collection and analysis of and report on statistical data in
                   line with the different time cycles for the separate performance management
                   systems ● Maintain and analyse a prioritized register of all HR performance
                   management documents/policies ● Improve HR performance and capacity
                   through the availability of quality information.
ENQUIRIES      :   M.N. Mabena, Tel: (011) 355-0404.

POST 04/128    :   DIRECTOR: QUALITY ASSURANCE REF NO: 70056265
                   Chief Directorate: Education Planning, Policy Development & Evaluation

SALARY         :   An all-inclusive remuneration package of R615 633 p.a. (The package can, within
                   applicable rules, be restructured according to the individual's needs). A five (5)



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                   year performance based contract - renewable. The successful candidate will be
                   required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Head Office, Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   An appropriate three-year qualification plus a minimum of at least 10 years
                   proven experience in management. ● Good knowledge of the education
                   curriculum and institutions and education governance and management
                   generally as well as the education policy and legislative environment ● The
                   incumbent must have knowledge of standards in education and how to set and
                   evaluate them ●Good research and report writing skills as well as skills for the
                   transfer of knowledge ● IT, IS and KM skills are also necessary.
DUTIES         :   Set and measure the standards of performance of learners, institutions and the
                   offices ● The incumbent will have to implement the Whole School Evaluation
                   Policy, design and manage learner attainment studies and measure the
                   compliance with the public sector service delivery policy framework ● The
                   incumbent is required to produce analytical reports on the learner, institutional
                   and organisational performance and make recommendations on quality
                   interventions to improve the quality of education and learning in the province ●
                   The incumbent should also be able to design and implement ad hoc quality
                   evaluations on a thematic basis if and when necessary ● Manage the quality
                   assurance directorate and its sub-directorates which includes standards setting,
                   systemic evaluation, whole school evaluation, evaluation development ● The
                   manager will participate in all relevant departmental, provincial and national
                   structures and processes.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr D. Chanee, Tel: (011) 355-0729.

POST 04/129    :   DIRECTOR: OVERSIGHT MONITORING AND EVALUATION REF NO:
                   70056266
                   Directorate: Oversight Monitoring and Evaluation

SALARY         :   An all-inclusive remuneration package of R615 633 p.a. (The package can, within
                   applicable rules, be restructured according to the individual's needs). A five (5)
                   year performance based contract - renewable. The successful candidate will be
                   required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Head Office, Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   An appropriate three-year qualification plus a minimum of at least 10 years
                   proven experience in management. Compliance with Security Clearance by
                   National Intelligence Agency (NIA) ● Professional Integrity ● Knowledge of GPG
                   and South African Political Environment ● Strategic Planning and analysis
                   experience ● Verbal and written communication skills ● Innovation management
                   ● Process Management ● Business acumen ● Strategic Capability and
                   leadership ● Programme in project management ● Knowledge of project
                   management ● Presentation skills with analytical and conceptual reasoning ●
                   Diversity management ● A minimum of 7 years in management role.
DUTIES         :   Responsible for alignment of: monitor performance targets identified by the MEC
                   ● Identify performance standards and quality assurance ● Evaluation of progress
                   against performance targets ● Report on programmes identified by the MEC ●
                   Written and verbal communication with internal and external stakeholders
                   Continuous liaison with the MEC CD, District Managers ● Ability to analyze
                   complex problems interpret operational needs and develop integrated creative
                   solutions ● Client orientation and Customer focus ● Service delivery ● Innovation
                   and performance standards.
ENQUIRIES      :   Panyaza Lesufi, Tel: (011) 355-0524.

POST 04/130    :   DIRECTOR: DISTRICTS (3 POSTS)
                   Chief Directorate: Districts

SALARY         :   An all-inclusive remuneration package of R615 633 p.a. (The package can, within
                   applicable rules, be restructured according to the individual's needs). A five (5)
                   year performance based contract - renewable. The successful candidate will be
                   required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRES        :   Sedibeng West (Ref No: 70056267)
                   Areas: Loch Vaal, Vanderbijlpark, Sebokeng, Palm Springs, Bophelong,
                   Boipatong, Evaton Tshwane South (Ref No: 70056268)
                   Areas: Atterdgeville, Eldoraigne, Erasmia, Irene, Lyttelton, Mamelodi, Pretoria
                   West, Rissik, Silverton, Centurion Tshwane North (Ref No: 7005629)
                   Areas: Hammanskraal, Pretoria, Sinoville, Soshanguve


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REQUIREMENTS   :   An appropriate three-year qualification plus a minimum of at least 10 years
                   proven experience in management ● An understanding of government's strategic
                   vision and Public Service legislation ● A thorough knowledge of all laws
                   governing education in South Africa ● An in-depth knowledge of policy
                   formulation processes, changes, strategies and interventions within the Gauteng
                   Department of Education ● Experience in Management of stakeholders and
                   working with communities especially those in informal settlements, rural and farm
                   settlements and the previously disadvantaged areas in general ● Understanding
                   of the socio-economic dynamics of the province and unquestionable commitment
                   to the advancement of policies. Key competencies: A good understanding of the
                   Head Office-District- School interface Insight on the critical role that can be
                   played by the institutional development and support work in transforming and
                   reforming education ● An in-depth knowledge of criteria for establishing tasks,
                   processes and entities which add value and promote cost-effectiveness and
                   efficiency both at the district and the department as a whole ● An understanding
                   of change management drive in the context of the transformative agenda ● A
                   good knowledge of the public sector national and provincial policy, legislative and
                   regulatory environment, in particular the public Finance Management Act,
                   Preferential Procurement, Policy framework Act, Public Service Act and the
                   Batho Pele White Paper. Skills: Analytical and project management skills ●
                   People management and financial management skills. Sound communication,
                   report writing as well as problem solving skills ● Conflict resolution and
                   situational analysis skills.
DUTIES         :   Manage the budgets allocated to the various units in the district ● Be able to
                   detect warning signals in the course of managing such budgets and develop
                   viable mechanisms to arrest any possibility of both under or over-expenditure ●
                   Deploy and harness in a fruitful manner both the material and human resources
                   in the district while due regard is given to cost- effectiveness and the
                   maximization of efficiencies ● Oversee, manage and supervise a sizable number
                   of staff involved in dynamic intervention projects implemented in constantly
                   changing contexts ● Measure the impact of such projects and the general
                   services delivery in the district with the view to providing appropriate direction ●
                   Compile and take full responsibility for regular reports forwarded the chief
                   Directorate: District Advise on the official utilization of resources and maximize
                   action to leverage strategies for quality improvement ● The Department retains
                   the right to place the successful candidates.
ENQUIRIES      :   Panyaza Lesufi, Tel: (011) 355-0524

POST 04/131    :   DIRECTOR: GENERAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING REF NO: 70056270
                   Chief Directorate: Institutional Development & Support (IDS)

SALARY         :   An all-inclusive remuneration package of R615 633 p.a. (The package can, within
                   applicable rules, be restructured according to the individual's needs). A five (5)
                   year performance based contract - renewable. The successful candidate will be
                   required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Head Office, Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   An appropriate three-year qualification plus a minimum of at least 10 years
                   proven experience in the management backed by extensive appropriate
                   experience in education in the areas of design, management and
                   implementation, the provision of quality education (focused on design
                   management and implementation). A postgraduate qualification in Education
                   Development would be an added advantage. Sound knowledge of all education
                   legislation and policies of government across the Social Cluster departments,
                   especially those which underpin curriculum development. Good understanding of
                   an Outcomes-based educational approach and the National Curriculum
                   Statements for the GET band. Be a visionary leader in the field of education,
                   development and institutional transformation. Solid background and knowledge
                   of issues in economics of education, and education provisioning. Must be able to
                   formulate strategies and plans in the relevant programme areas. Strong strategic
                   capability and leadership skills. Ability to interact with different stakeholders and
                   role players. Strong understanding of interface between schools (institutions)
                   and GDE offices (Head /District offices) and spheres of government. Team
                   building and conflict management skills. Ability to work with and across Gauteng
                   Provincial Government departments towards integrated quality service delivery.
                   A strong interest in the development of the education system is essential. A
                   deep understanding of issues in IDS across the different departmental spheres.


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                   Understanding policy development and analysis to ensure effective
                   implementation of policies. Valid driver’s license.
DUTIES         :   Manage the development and co-ordination of IDS work within the GET band.
                   Ensure the management of an Integrated Quality Education System and
                   programme towards transformation and development. Manage the establishment
                   and design of Whole School Development projects, School Improvement Plans
                   and programme as well as School Effectiveness projects. Drawing up of
                   operational plans, budget and resourcing norms for the directorate. Coordinate
                   the drawing up and preparation of operational plans for the GET/IDS component
                   for Head Office and District Offices. Participate in and represent GDE at relevant
                   provincial and National Education structures and Departments. Undertake
                   regular performance evaluation and assessment of staff in Directorate. Establish
                   and manage a comprehensive knowledge based system.
ENQUIRIES      :   N. Moiloa, Tel: (011) 355-1515/6

POST 04/132    :   DIRECTOR: ECD INSTITUTE (REF NO: 70056271)
                   Directorate: Director: ECD Institute

SALARY         :   An all-inclusive remuneration package of R615 633 p.a. (The package can, within
                   applicable rules, be restructured according to the individual's needs). A five (5)
                   year performance based contract - renewable. The successful candidate will be
                   required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Head Office, Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   An appropriate three-year qualification plus a minimum of at least 10 years
                   proven experience in management. ● A thorough knowledge of all laws
                   governing education in South Africa ● An in-depth knowledge of policy
                   formulation processes, changes, strategies and interventions within the Gauteng
                   Department of Education ● Experience in management of stakeholders and
                   working with a cross section of communities, rural and farm settlements and the
                   previously disadvantaged areas in particular ● Understanding of the socio-
                   economic dynamics of the province and unquestionable commitment to the
                   advancement of government policies ● Strong understanding of global issues
                   and developments around ECD and children. Key competencies: ● Thorough
                   knowledge of all laws governing education in South Africa ● An in-depth
                   knowledge of policy formulation and implementation processes ● The in-depth
                   understanding of the context and strategies pertaining to childhood
                   development–in particular children’s rights and Early Childhood Development
                   (ECD) ● Thorough understanding of the socioeconomic issues that affect early
                   childhood ● Strong capabilities for management, development and co-ordination
                   of integrated quality service delivery for the province (GPG) ● Strong knowledge
                   of aspects of provincial growth development and poverty alleviation strategies.
                   Skills: ● Programme and Project Management skills ● Planning,
                   budgeting/financial management, reporting and report writing skills ● Community
                   development and people management skills ● Team building, conflict
                   management mediation and negotiating skills ● Strong innovative and leadership
                   skills.
DUTIES         :   Manage the ECD institute towards provincial integration and quality service
                   (Education, Social Development and Health etc.) ● Manage and co-ordinate the
                   budget(s) allocated to the various elements of ECD (including home-based care:
                   0-6yrs and provincial and national contributions) ● Be able to detect early
                   warning signals in the course of managing such budgets and develop viable
                   mechanisms to arrest any possibility of both under or over-expenditure ● Deploy
                   and harness in a fruitful manner both the material and human resources in the
                   while due regard is given to cost-effectiveness and the maximization projects
                   implemented in constantly changing contexts ● Responsible for overall Human
                   Resource and staffing of the directorate (Institute) as well as for effectiveness
                   and efficiency ● Report writing and Operational Planning for directorate (Institute)
                   GPG ECD integrated activities ● Co-ordinate regular feedback on provincial ECD
                   activities as well as ongoing monitoring and liaison.
ENQUIRIES      :   G. Van Branden, Tel: (011) 355-0155

POST 04/133    :   DIRECTOR: OFFICE MANAGER (REF NO: 70056272)
                   Directorate: (HoD's) Head of Department's Office

SALARY         :   An all-inclusive remuneration package of R615 633 p.a. (The package can, within
                   applicable rules, be restructured according to the individual's needs). A five (5)


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                   year performance based contract - renewable. The successful candidate will be
                   required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE         :   Head Office, Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   An appropriate three-year qualification plus a minimum of at least 10 years
                   proven experience in management plus experience in customer relations as well
                   as a thorough understanding of government policies, procedures and processes
                   ● An in-depth understanding of legislation governing education in South Africa
                   and the GDE ● Project Management and knowledge of PFMA and other statutory
                   requirements ● People management and the understanding of the Batho Pele
                   Principles. Key competencies: ● The candidate must have a solid understanding
                   of the Head Office and branches interlink ● Insight and an understanding of the
                   oversight functions of the Office of the Head of Department ● Exposure to
                   negotiation skills, problem solving and analytical skills ● Report writing, as well
                   as communication skills both verbal and written ● Be in a position to interact with
                   top, senior and middle management ● Be computer literate ● Have excellent
                   presentation skills, honesty and integrity
DUTIES         :   Support the Accounting Officer and other executive managers of the Department
                   with information necessary for strategic-decision in ensuring the efficiency and
                   effectiveness of management and administration of the Department ● Monitor
                   and track the programmes implemented from the Office of the HoD ● Provide an
                   efficient and effective system for internal document controls ● Ensure that
                   provincial strategic priorities are executed through ongoing monitoring and review
                   of the activities ● Liaising and interacting where necessary with institutions and
                   other stakeholders involved with the various activities of the Department ●
                   Monitoring and reviewing all relevant developments impacting on the work of the
                   Department ● Assess the quality of information/reports provided to the
                   Department as part of monitoring and impact evaluation ● Provide strategic
                   support and input on such critical areas that needs attention ● Encourage the
                   documentation of best practices to influence policy formulation and foster
                   professionalism ● Manage the office of the Head of Department and undertake
                   any other duties that are ancillary to the above functions as the HoD may require
                   from time to time.
ENQUIRIES      :   Phindile Nkumane Mathabathe, Tel: (011) 355-1513

                   GAUTENG SHARED SERVICES CENTRE

APPLICATIONS   :   Gauteng Shared Service Centre, 78 Fox Street Johannesburg or posted to
                   Private Bag X 114, Marshalltown 2107 or contact the GSSC Call Centre on Tel
                   No: (011) 355-2222
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 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 POST

POST 04/134    :   SPECIALIST: ORG STRUCTURE DESIGN (2 POSTS) REF NO: 70056031
                   Human Resource Services

SALARY         :   R217 482 - R252 483 per annum (Plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Relevant related degree / diploma. Public sector experience, minimum 3-5 years,
                   Working knowledge of Equate, Persal, Org Plus System and HR experience in
                   Organization Structure and Job Design. The incumbent must have good
                   customer relations management skills, problem solving skills, be analytical, have
                   good communication skills, show initiative and process orientation
DUTIES         :   Develop organizational structures and coordinate the GSSC evaluation process
                   for internal clients, develop job profiles, maintenance of good customer relations,
                   identify organisation structure and post establishment gaps and needs, give
                   advice on organization structure and Job evaluation issues, conduct business
                   process re-engineering, conduct OD diagnostics and intervention.
ENQUIRIES      :   Bongiwe Mabandla, Tel No: (011) 689-6003



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                          DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

APPLICATIONS   :   Gauteng Shared Service Centre, 78 Fox Street Johannesburg or posted to
                   Private Bag X 114, Marshalltown 2107 or contact the GSSC Call Centre on Tel
                   No: (011) 355-2222
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 04/135    :   SENIOR CLINICAL MANAGER: SURGICAL DISCIPLINE REF NO: 70056228
                   Directorate: Medical

SALARY         :   R407 745 per annum (all inclusive package)
CENTRE         :   Tembisa Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   Registration with HPCSA as Medical Practitioner. Appropriate experience in
                   Health Management, at least 5 – 10 years experience. Good understanding of
                   National Health Act, PFMA, PSA and its regulations, Mental Health Act, and
                   other relevant statutes. Recommendations: Computer literacy, qualifications in
                   any of the following, Health Service Management, Research, epidemiology or
                   Public Health. Dynamic personality, with strong leadership skills. Experience in
                   quality improvement of Clinical Services.
DUTIES         :   Participation in hospital management and reporting to Chief Executive Officer
                   (CEO). Co-ordinate and manage Clinical and Support Services of all surgically
                   related disciplines. Oversee Surgical Disciplines including, Radiology,
                   Anaesthesiology, Casualty, Orthopaedics and O & G as a unit. Assist Clinical
                   HOD’s in development and implementation of clinical audits and to manage
                   business units. Ensure co-ordination of all activities necessary for quality and
                   effective patient care. Ensure adherence to the relevant health and Public
                   Service Legislation including Batho Pele Principle and Patients Rights Charter as
                   well as Service Pledge. Manage all Resources, including Human Resource to
                   ensure value for money. Undertaking any appropriate duty as directed by the
                   CEO. Ability to work with people.
ENQUIRIES      :   Dr. N.A. Msibi – (CEO), Tel No: (011) 923 - 2053
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009

POST 04/136    :   SENIOR CLINICAL MANAGER: MEDICAL DISCIPLINE REF NO: 70056226
                   Directorate: Medical

SALARY         :   R407 745 per annum (all inclusive package)
CENTRE         :   Tembisa Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   Registration with HPCSA as Medical Practitioner. Appropriate experience in
                   Health Management, at least 5 – 10 years experience. Good understanding of
                   National Health Act, PFMA, PSA and its regulations, Mental Health Act and other
                   relevant statutes. Recommendations: Computer literacy, qualifications in any of
                   the following, Health Service Management, Research, Epidemiology or Public
                   Health. Dynamic personality, with strong leadership skills. Experience in quality
                   improvement of Clinical Services.
DUTIES         :   Participation in hospital management and report to Chief Executive Officer
                   (CEO). Co-ordinate and manage Clinical and Support Services of all Medical
                   related Disciplines. Oversee Medical Disciplines including, Internal Medicine,
                   Family Medicine, ART, Peads, Psychiatric and all ALLIEDS. Assist Clinical
                   HOD’s in development and implementation of clinical audits and to manage
                   business units. Ensure co-ordination of all activities necessary for quality and
                   effective patient care. Ensure adherence to the relevant health and Public
                   Service Legislation including Batho Pele Principles and Patients Rights Charter
                   as well as Service Pledge. Manage all Resources, including, Human Resource to
                   ensure value for money. Undertaking any appropriate duty as directed by the
                   CEO. Ability to work with people.
ENQUIRIES      :   Dr. N.A. Msibi - (CEO), Tel No: (011) 923 – 2053
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009



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POST 04/137    :   PRINCIPAL MEDICAL OFFICER: DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY REF NO:
                   70056200
                   Directorate: Medical

SALARY         :   R344 052 per annum (all inclusive package)
CENTRE         :   Tembisa Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   MBChB or equivalent qualification. A minimum of five (5) years as a qualified
                   medical practitioner. Statutory registration with the Health Professions council of
                   South Africa as a medical practitioner. Knowledge and experience in general
                   surgery: In addition to the basic requirements, the applicant must have
                   completed Basic Surgical Skills Course, Advanced Trauma Life Support Course
                   (ATLS) and the Definitive Surgical Trauma Care Course. Extensive experience is
                   expected with a combined surgical experience of not less than five years.
DUTIES         :   Assess, diagnose, treat and perform surgical procedures on patients within the
                   scope of practice. Participate in the department clinical and academic programs.
                   Participate in the development and training of junior staff members. Assume a
                   managerial role in the department of Surgery. Participate in after hour’s overtime
                   as required.
ENQUIRIES      :   Dr. M.E. Radulescu, Tel No: (011) 923 - 2053
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009

POST 04/138    :   PRINCIPAL MEDICAL OFFICER (2 POSTS) REF NO: 70056034
                   Directorate: Medical

SALARY         :   R344 052 per annum (all inclusive package)
CENTRE         :   Odi District Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   Degree in Medicine and registration with health Professional Council of South
                   Africa as Medical Practitioner. Minimum of two years experience. Knowledge in
                   Anti Retroval Therapy and Comprehensive Care Treatment and Management of
                   the HIV/AIDS programme.
DUTIES         :   Care of patients in OPD, Casualty, Wards, etc. Oversee and supervise
                   community service doctors. Teach medical students and nursing staff. Ensure
                   that relevant forms are completed timeously as part of administrative duties.
                   Ensure cost effectiveness and optimal use of resources. Assist in the formulation
                   of policies and protocols. Provide leadership in managing different departments
                   and assisting the Clinical Manager. Availability to work commuted overtime.
ENQUIRIES      :   Dr TP Dlamini, Tel No: (012) 702-2275/7 Ext. 108
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/139    :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: NURSING EDUCATION REF NO: 70056193
                   Directorate: Head of Department (Academic) Nursing College

SALARY         :   R268 218 per annum
CENTRE         :   SG Lourens Nursing College
REQUIREMENTS   :   Registration with the South African Nursing Council as a General Nurse and
                   Midwife. Diploma in Psychiatric Nursing Science. A post – basic qualification in
                   Nursing Administration and Education. Experience in Psychiatric Nursing
                   Science, proven planning, good interpersonal relations as well as verbal and
                   written communications skills. A minimum of five years Nursing Education
                   experience, Computer literacy and valid code 08 drivers’ license.
DUTIES         :   Participate in the daily management of the College; plan; co-ordinate and monitor
                   academic programmes in the subject field. Participate in policy development in
                   the College. Orientate Supervise and Appraise staff members in the Academic
                   department. Manage the department cost-centre budget. Participate in the
                   presentation of academic programmes (theory and clinical practice) in the subject
                   field. Supervise and participate in the setting, marking and moderation of
                   theoretical and practical examinations. Provide academic support to students.
                   Develop, review and evaluate the curriculum of academic programmes.
                   Participate in and encourage research in the subject field. Promote quality
                   assurance.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr Botha A.C Tel No: (012) 319-5620
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009




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POST 04/140     :   MIDDLE MANAGER: ADMINISTRATION REF NO: 70056041
                    Directorate: Administration

SALARY          :   R217 482 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE          :   Odi District Hospital
REQUIREMENTS    :   Grade 12 certificate plus Bachelor degree or equivalent. At least 3 years
                    experience in public service management at level 9. Strong leadership in
                    management. Understanding hospital corporate management will be an
                    advantage. High skills on the following :HR, Finance, Supply Chain Management,
                    Patient Administration, Support Service, Logistics and quality. Valid driver’s
                    licence.
DUTIES          :   Leadership of the corporate service of the hospital. Improve internal control of the
                    hospital. Support core service with regards to supply chain Management, HR,
                    Facility Management. Enuse sound financial management of budget and
                    accountability on expenditure. Ensure that his/her operations are in line with the
                    hospital strategy. Promote the vision. Mission and objectives of the hospital in
                    line with the GDH. Esure systems are in place for the continuous Maintenance of
                    the hospital. Assist the CEO with the management of the hospital budget and
                    compliance with PFMA, preparations of documents, reports and statistics.
                    Provide support to hospital gorvance with regard to hospital board, labour
                    management, policy, planning and budget for special projects / programmes
                    including implementation.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr. KS Boikanyo Tel. No :( 012) 702-2279
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/141     :   PROFESSIONAL NURSE REF NO: 70056301
                    Directorate: Nursing

SALARY          :   R205 569 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE          :   Steve Biko Academic Hospital
REQUIREMENTS    :   Grade 12. Registration with SANC as Professional Nurse. Minimum of 7 years
                    appropriate recognisable experience in Nursing after registration as Professional
                    Nurse with the SANC in General Nursing.
DUTIES          :   Coordination of optimal, holistic specialized nursing care, utilizing a cost effective
                    approach. Promote the Principles of Batho Pele in health care delivery. Ensure
                    availability of human and material resources. Set standards and norms of the
                    unit. Promote and maintain accreditation requirements. Engage in teaching and
                    research. Ensure that customer care services are in place. Implement strategies
                    to prevent medico legal hazards. Provision of effective support to Nursing
                    Service.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms. C. Rachmann, Tel No: (012) 354- 4603
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms. Victoria Skosana
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/142     :   PRINCIPAL PHARMACIST REF NO: 70056023

SALARY          :   R190 557 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE          :   Sebokeng Hospital
REQUIREMENTS    :   Registration with the South African Pharmacy Council. Computer literate.
                    Comprehensive understanding of HIV and AIDS antiretroviral agents and
                    pharmacovigilance.
DUTIES          :   Ensure proper drug supply management acquisitioning, prepacking,
                    manufacturing and compounding, distributing, storage and use of medicine and
                    the supervision thereof. Implementation of the 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. Advise and support to patients and other health care professionals
                    regarding pharmaceutical issues. Address pharmacovigilance and drug related
                    issues namely interactions, drug metabolism, etc.
ENQUIRIES       :   Dr. R.J. Khoali, Tel. No (016) 930-3303
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 09

POST 04/143     :   PROFESSIONAL NURSE REF NO: 70056302
                    Directorate: Nursing

SALARY          :   R177 318 per annum (plus benefits)


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CENTRE          :   Steve Biko Academic Hospital
REQUIREMENTS    :   Grade 12. Registration with SANC as Professional Nurse. Post basic nursing
                    qualification, with duration of at least 1 year accredited with the SANC in terms of
                    Government Notice No R48 in the relevant speciality. A minimum of 4 years
                    appropriate / recognisable nursing experience after registration as a Professional
                    Nurse with the SANC in General Nursing.
DUTIES          :   Provision of optimal, holistic specialized nursing care with set standards and
                    within a professional / legal framework. Effective utilization of resources.
                    Participation in training and research. Provision of Support to Nursing Service.
                    Maintain professional growth / ethical standards and self-development.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms. G. Malau, Tel No: (012) 354- 4613
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms. Victoria Skosana
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/144     :   PRINCIPAL PHARMACIST (2 POSTS) GENERAL AND ART REF NO:
                    70056033
                    Directorate: Pharmacy

SALARY          :   R174 243 Per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE          :   Odi District Hospital
REQUIREMENTS    :   B.Pharm.Registration with S.A.Pharmacy council. Previous experience as
                    pharmacist. Computer literate. Knowledge and ability good written and
                    communication skills. Comprehensive understanding of HIV/AIDS antiretroviral
                    agents and pharmaceuvigiliance. Counseling skills will be a recommendation.
                    Willing to register at the pharmacy council as a tutor for.
DUTIES          :   Ensure proper drug supply management acquisition, prepacking, manufacturing
                    and compounding, distributing, storage and use of medicine and supervision
                    thereof. Implementation of the standard operation procedures, good pharmacy
                    practice, norms and standards. Implement and maintain security measures.
                    Evaluating medicines needs and budget control. Counseling of patients to ensure
                    optimal compliance use of medication. Advice and support to patients and other
                    health care professionals regarding pharmaceutical issues. Networking with all
                    relevant stakeholders. Address pharmacovigilance and drug related issues
                    namely interactions, drug metabolism etc.
ENQUIRIES       :   Dr Dlamini Tel No: (012) 702 2274-87 Ext 108
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/145     :   MIDDLE MANAGER: HUMAN RESOURCES REF NO: 70056035
                    Directorate: Human Resources

SALARY          :   R174 243 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE          :   Odi District Hospital
REQUIREMENTS    :   3 Year Degree/Diploma in HRM with credible experience in HR management.
                    Organizational planning and co-ordination. Strong computer skills. Interpretation
                    of policies. Creativity and excellent communication (verbal and written) skills.
                    Work under pressure. Sound knowledge of PERSAL. A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES          :   Manage and control the staff establishment of the hospital. Perform cost
                    calculations applicable to HRM. Conduct research in HR planning and filling of
                    posts. Administration/auditing of the staff establishment. Monitor and report on
                    the utilization of posts. Prepare submissions and memorandums with regard to
                    Human Resource matters. Plan and implement HR strategies, guidelines and
                    procedures. Effective and efficient management of HR administrative aspects (eg
                    appointments, transfers, terminations, salary administration and management of
                    conditions of service, etc.). Manage the HR admin team and compliance with the
                    provision of all relevant legislation. Render HR advisory service to management,
                    line managers and staff. Manage audit queries. Management of Training and
                    Development of staff and Labour issues. Compile reports and co-ordinate
                    projects.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr KS Boikanyo, Tel No: (012) 702-2279
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/146     :   MIDDLE MANAGER: FINANCE REF NO: 70056037
                    Directorate: Finance

SALARY          :   R174 243 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE          :   Odi District Hospital


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REQUIREMENTS   :   3 Year Degree/Diploma in Finance; minimum experience of four years in budget
                   and financial management, Computer literacy in Excel, PowerPoint and MS
                   Word. A valid driver’s licence, Extensive knowledge of BAS /PERSAL/SAP
                   /MEDSAS.
DUTIES         :   Develop, implement and maintain effective budget. Ensure effective Financial
                   management systems guided by PFMA, Financial Regulations, other financial
                   circulars reporting (IYM), monthly projections and monthly reconciliations of
                   supplier payments and follow-up of unpaid invoices, budget preparations, MTEF
                   projections, capturing of budget on BAS and reconciliation with budget letter and
                   expenditure monitoring. Ensure effective management of Revenue Section to
                   ensure proper debt collection with the age analysis. Ensure proper management
                   of reconciliations e.g. BAS/PERSAL, BAS/MEDSAS, BAS/SAP, etc. on monthly
                   basis. Respond to quiries from Auditor General and Legislature. Prepare
                   monthly and ad-hoc budget report for senior management. Evaluate performance
                   of subordinates and supervise staff. Monitor and manage suppliers’ payments.
                   Implement control measures to prevent over/under payments and possible fraud
                   areas.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr KS Boikanyo, Tel No: (012) 702-2279
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/147    :   PRINCIPAL PHARMACIST (5 POSTS)
                   Directorate: Hast: Jubilee x1, Ref no: 70056145/1
                   Odi Hospital x1, Ref No: 70056145/2
                   Laudium x, Ref no: 70056145/3
                   Dark City x1, Ref no: 70056145/4
                   Soshanguve CHC’s x1, Ref no: 70056145/5

SALARY         :   R 174 243 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Tshwane Metsweding District
REQUIREMENTS   :   Registration with South African Pharmacy Council as a Pharmacist and as tutor
                   for interns and/ or Pharmacist Assistant. Knowledge of National and Provincial
                   Health policies and Pharmaceutical Act and Laws. Ability and willingness to tutor
                   Pharmacist Assistant and Intern Pharmacist.
DUTIES         :   Ensure quality provision of Pharmaceutical Care by implementing and monitoring
                   work procedures, policies and guidelines in keeping with Batho Pele, South
                   African Pharmacy Council and the National Drug Policy and national and
                   Provincial ARV Treatment guidelines. Manage and ensure effective drug supply
                   management (procurement, storage, control and distribution of pharmaceuticals)
                   for ARV and general medicines. Implement and monitor security measures to
                   ensure safekeeping of all pharmaceuticals within in the pharmacy and
                   Community Health Center. Manage, compile and monitor pharmacy budget and
                   expenditure. Manage ad provide professional advisory service to other
                   Healthcare Workers, including training and development of pharmacy staff.
                   Represent the pharmacy department at management level (meetings, strategic
                   planning) and control and manage recourses within the pharmacy.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mrs N.O. Matjebe Tel No: (012) 303- 9154
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/148    :   SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT REF NO: 70056176
                   Directorate: Health

SALARY         :   R145 920 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Pholosong Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   Three year relevant qualification or relevant, Grade 12 plus relevant extensive in
                   Expenditure & Accounts. Good communication and leadership skills. Sound
                   knowledge of relevant Acts/ Regulations (PFMA, PSA, Treasury regulation, etc.)
DUTIES         :   Conflict management. Advanced computer literacy and report writing skills are
                   essential. Experience with BAS, Medicom/ PAAB, MEDSAS and BAUD. The
                   successful candidate will be responsible for: Preparation and capturing of the
                   annual Budget. Clearing all control accounts and monitoring the pass journals to
                   correct misallocations. Requesting the monthly BAS reports to prepare IYM,
                   Annexure F and receivable. Coordinate activities and revenue in the hospital.
                   Reconciling PERSAL, BAS, MEDSAS, BAUD and PAAB on monthly basis.
                   Ensuring that the system of financial management and controls are in place.
                   Provide training, guidance and assistance. Appraise staff timeously.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms. L. Doorasamy, Tel No: (011) 812-5000


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CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/149    :   CHIEF PERSONNEL OFFICER REF NO: 70056036
                   Directorate: Human Resources

SALARY         :   R145 920 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Odi District Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   3 Year Degree/Diploma in HR Management or equivalent; or Standard 10 plus 8
                   years relevant experience. Persal Training. Computer literancy ( Word, Excel and
                   PowerPoint).      Knowledge of HR prescripts, legislative framework and
                   procedures. Skills in HR planning, labour and conflict management. Good
                   management and problem solving skills and competencies.
DUTIES         :   Effective and efficient management of HR administrative aspects (appointments,
                   transfers, terminations, salary administration and management of conditions of
                   services), etc. Ensure effective management of HR department of the hospital,
                   interpretation and implementation of policies, HR planning, implementation of HR
                   controls (e.g commuted overtime, etc.), PMDS, HRD and training. Develop and
                   implement internal controls.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr KS Boikanyo, (012) 702-2279
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/150    :   SENIOR DIETICIAN REF NO: 70056040
                   Directorate: Allied

SALARY         :   R145 920 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Odi District Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   Relevant Degree or Postgraduate Diploma in Dietetics. Minimum of three years
                   experience. Registration with HPCSA. Experience in teaching/training other
                   health professionals. Sound knowledge of practices and issues relating to the
                   delivery of Dietetics.
DUTIES         :   Nutritional care and education of individuals and groups. Implementation of
                   quality assurance measures. Liaise with multi disciplinary team. Supervise,
                   advise and evaluate junior staff. Review therapeudic menus and implement
                   control measures to stay within the budget.
ENQUIRIES      :   Dr TP Dlamini, Tel No: (012) 702-2274-87 Ext. 108
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/151    :   CHIEF COMMUNITY LIAISON OFFICER (MENTOR) (X 4 POSTS) REF NO:
                   70056147
                   Directorate: Hast

SALARY         :   R 145 920 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Tshwane District (Region C)
REQUIREMENTS   :   Appropriate 3 year B degree or equivalent in the Social/Health or related fields.
                   Code B Drivers license is a requirement. Knowledge and experience in HIV/AIDS
                   and counseling fields. Must be versatile with Mentoring and Supervision. Must
                   Have a good interpersonal skills.
DUTIES         :   Provide technical and emotional support to HIV/AIDS counselors on regular
                   basis. Be able to deal with personal issues that impact on the work of HIV/AIDS
                   counselors. Provide constructive feedback on performance based on their work.
                   Be involved in case Management and skills development. Act as skills resource.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mrs N.O.T Matjebe Tel No: (012) 303- 9154
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/152    :   CHIEF COMMUNITY LIAISON OFFICER (MENTOR) REF NO: 70056148
                   Directorate: Hast

SALARY         :   R 145 920 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Tshwane District (Region C)
REQUIREMENTS   :   Appropriate 3 year B degree or equivalent in the Social/Health or related fields.
                   Code B Drivers license is a requirement. Knowledge and experience in HIV/AIDS
                   and counseling fields. Must be versatile with Mentoring and Supervision. Must
                   Have a good interpersonal skills.
DUTIES         :   Provide technical and emotional support to HIV/AIDS counselors on regular
                   basis. Be able to deal with personal issues that impact on the work of HIV/AIDS



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                   counselors. Provide constructive feedback on performance based on their work.
                   Be involved in case Management and skills development. Act as skills resource.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mrs N.O.T Matjebe Tel No: (012) 303- 9154
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/153    :   CHIEF PROFESSIONAL NURSE GRADE 2 (9 POSTS)
                   Directorate: HAST

SALARY         :   R145 920 annum (Plus Benefits)
CENTRE         :   Laudium Ref: 70056106
                   Stanza Bopape CHC Ref: 70056107
                   K.T. Mutubatse Ref: 70056108
                   Dark City CHC: Ref: 70056109
                   Kalafong Ref: 70056110
                   Mamelodi Ref: 70056111
                   Jubilee Hospital Ref: 70056112
                   Odi District Hospital Ref: 70056113
                   Cullinan Rehabilitation Centre Ref: 70056114
REQUIREMENTS   :   A Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences/ Diploma in Communication /Midwifery &
                   Psychiatry. Clinical experience in working within the Hast environment, HIV and
                   AIDS, STI & TB. Knowledge and experience in HIV and AIDS/STI & TB
                   management. Sound knowledge and understanding of National HAST policy
                   guidelines and protocols. Leadership, supervision and facilitation skills. Computer
                   Literacy. Basic computer skills. Clinical experience in working with HIV and AIDS
                   infected and affected person. Supervision and facilitation skills. Communication &
                   facilitation skills. Team approach. Flexibility. Ability to work under pressure.
                   Readiness to work beyond office hours.
DUTIES         :   Asses patients eligible for ARTs. Asses patients for follow up on ARTs. Identify
                   patients eligible for down referral. Support the implementation of the HAST
                   programme within the health complex. Prommote the implementation of the
                   HAST programme policy guidelines and protocols. Coordinate and supervise
                   sub-ordinates. Be responsible for outreach services from the clinic as needed.
                   Facilitate community participation and social mobilization. Coordinate collection
                   of monthly statistics. Participate and support health awareness campaigns.
                   Responsible for own development and that of the multisectoral team. Initiate and
                   support down-referral sites. Function as part of the multidisplinary team. Provide
                   clinical support to doctors. Manage and review stable patients during follow-up
                   according to policy guidelines. Continuous monitoring of patients on ARV’s.
                   Manage patients according to the national TB/HIV collaboration guidelines.
                   Advise doctors on patients eligible for down-referral. Refer patients to other
                   identified disciplines. Participate in continuous education activities of
                   subordinates. Form part of the service delivery team within the facility. Participate
                   in pharmacovigilanace activities. Support research activities.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mrs. N.O. Matjebe Tel No: (012) 303 9154
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/154    :   CHIEF FINANCIAL CLERK (HAST) REF NO: 70056101
                   Directorate: HAST

SALARY         :   R145 920 Per annum (Plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Tshwane District (Region C)
REQUIREMENTS   :   Appropriate 3 year V degree / Diploma in Finance or equivalent. Knowledge of
                   PFMA and treasury regulation as well as appropriate knowledge of BAS.
                   Computer literacy. Drivers’ license will be an advantage.
DUTIES         :   Budget control. Effective system of internal control as well as fraud prevention.
                   Develop and maintain financial procedure and delegation. Control account
                   payable and suspense account. Responsible for the submission of monthly and
                   quarterly reports. Track NGO expenditure and compile monthly reports. Laise
                   with Regional and District Financial clerks. Ensure that expenditure is aligned to
                   budget. Support NGOs with Managing finances and to implement effective
                   financial Management System.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mrs. N.O. Matjebe Tel No (012) 303-9154
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009




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POST 04/155    :   PROFESSIONAL NURSE (10 POSTS) REF NO: 70056032
                   Directorate: Nursing

SALARY         :   R117 225 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Odi District Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   Basic qualification accredited with SANC in terms of Government notice 452(i.e.
                   Degree in Nursing Science).Registration with SANC. Good communication(
                   verbal & written) skills. Good leadership skill with PFMA knowledge. Problem
                   solving skills.
DUTIES         :   Implement and promote quality health care. Supervision of nursing personnel.
                   Assist with formulation and implementation of institutional operational plans.
                   Exercise control of all personnel regarding discipline, hours of duty and work
                   ethics. Education and training of nursing personnel and patients. Adher to all acts
                   and regulations pertaining to health service and public service management.
                   Monthly data collection, interpretation and analysis. Evaluate performance
                   surbordinates. Ability to function effectively under stressful situation, rotate when
                   needs arise work shift. Practice within the code of Conduct of the Public Service
                   prescripts. Work as part of the multi-disciplinary team to ensure good nursing
                   care. Display a concern for patients, promoting and advocating proper treatment
                   and care including awareness and willingness to respond to patients’ needs,
                   requirements and expectations(Batho Pele).
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms S J Boshaman Tel. No :( 012) 701-2843
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/156    :   FINANCIAL CONTROLLER REF NO: 70056251
                   Directorate: Revenue Department

SALARY         :   R117 501 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Pretoria West Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 with at least 5 year experience in finance section in a hospital
                   environment. Extensive knowledge of Reconciliation of Revenue and
                   Expenditure and working experience in BAS/BAUD, BAS/SAP, BAS/MEDSAS
                   and BAS/PERSAL. A driver’s licence is recommended. Computer literacy.
DUTIES         :   Supervision of subordinates. Managerial skills. Attendance of external and
                   internal meetings. Ensure effective management of Patient Accounts and Billing.
                   Ensure effective financial management in line with the PFMA, Treasury
                   Regulations and Financial Delegations. Ensure effective management of the
                   revenue and expenditure section to ensure proper debit collection within the age
                   analysis, correctness of annexure F’, reconciliations, receipts, deposit slips and
                   petty cash etc. Ensure proper customer management. Relevant experience on
                   budget planning process, expenditure monitoring and general financial reporting.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms. T, Keet, Tel No: (012) 380-1204
CLOSING DATE       16 February 2009

POST 04/157    :   SENIOR RADIOGRAPHER (2 POSTS) REF NO: 70056174
                   Directorate: Health

SALARY         :   R117 501 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Pholosong Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   Degree/ equivalent studies in Radiography. Registration with HPCSA. Working
                   experience in Radiography will be an advantage. Be prepared to work shifts and
                   weekends.
DUTIES         :   Supervise radiography staff and students at times. Contribute to patients
                   management in a 24hrs service. Be responsible for the planning and provisioning
                   of service as a whole in the section. Knowledge in finance and management of
                   resource. Be responsible for planning staff development and evaluation (PMDS).
                   Have knowledge on health policies and regulations like QA, Batho Pele, Patients
                   charter etc.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr. P.M. Madavha, Tel. No: (011) 812-5177
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/158    :   PROFESSIONAL NURSE REF NO: 70056303
                   Directorate: Nursing

SALARY         :   R117 225 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Steve Biko Academic Hospital


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REQUIREMENTS    :   Grade 12. Registration with SANC as Professional Nurse.
DUTIES          :   Provide direction and supervision for the nursing plan (clinical practice / quality
                    patient care). Implement standards, practices, criteria and indicators for quality
                    nursing care. Practice nursing and health care in accordance with the laws and
                    regulations relevant to nursing and health care. Maintain a constructive working
                    relationship with nursing and other stakeholders. Utilize human, material and
                    physical resources effectively and effectively.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms. G. Malau, Tel No: (012) 354- 4613
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms. Victoria Skosana
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/159     :   SECRETARY REF NO: 70056229
                    Directorate: Admin and Support Services

SALARY          :   R94 326 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE          :   Chris Hani Baragwanath Nursing College: situated at Coronation
                    Campus
REQUIREMENTS    :   Standard 10 (Grade 12) certificate or equivalent of 3 years experience. Basic
                    interpersonal relations. Computer literate and typing skills. Problem solving. Data
                    capturing and admin procedures.
DUTIES          :   Receiving and recording typing work, including keeping proper records in a
                    typing register, keeping typing file and regular updating of same. Typing and
                    processing of information, letters, correspondence and reports. Typing of
                    examinations and examination memoranda. Ensure confidentiality of all
                    documents. Typing of student learning materials, including student’s lists and test
                    schedules, allocation lists, curriculum notes and examination results and
                    minutes. Management of personnel information system including, departmental
                    diary, liaison and communication, taking messages, reporting procedures and
                    communicating effectively. Giving routine information to the public when
                    necessary. Management of stationery cupboard and booking of equipments.
                    Opening and maintenance of files.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms. A. Young, Cell No: 071 674 1779
CLOSING DATE    :   16 February 2009

POST 04/160     :   HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER REF NO: 70056198
                    Directorate: Human Resource Management

SALARY          :   R94 326 – 109 515 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE          :   Charlotte Maxeke Academic Johannesburg Hospital
REQUIREMENTS    :   Grade 12 certificate or equivalent qualification, plus relevant 2-3 years
                    experience. Computer literacy and report writing skills. Knowledge of PERSAL.
DUTIES          :   Implement and administer Human resource Practices in the following areas:
                    Conditions of service (Leave, Housing, Medical Aid, Injury on Duty, Terminations,
                    Long Service Recognition, Overtime, Relocations , Pensions and Allowances,
                    Performance Management, Recruitment and selection, Appointments, Transfers,
                    Verifications of qualifications, secretarial functions during interviews, Absorptions,
                    ,Probation reports). Provide human resource information and knowledge
                    management service to the department. Extensive knowledge of salary
                    administration will be an added advantage.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms.B.J Kajana Tel No: (011) 488 - 3711
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/161     :   PHARMACISTS ASSISTANT (10 POSTS)
                    Directorate: Hast

SALARY          :   R94 326 Per annum (Plus benefits)
CENTRE          :   Laudium Ref: 70056115
                    Pretoria West Hospital Ref: 70056116
                    Jubilee Hospital Ref: 70056117
                    K.T. Mutubatse CHC Ref: 70056118
                    Dark City: Ref: 70056119
                    Soshanguve CHC: Ref: 70056120
                    Odi Hospital Ref: 70056121
                    Cullinan Rehabilitation Centre Ref: 70056122
                    Tshwane District Hospital Ref: 70056123
                    Mamelodi Day Hospital Ref: 70056124


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REQUIREMENTS    :   Proof of successful completion of the Pharmacist’s Assistant ( Post Basic) course
                    Registration with the South African Pharmacy Council as a Pharmacist’s
                    Assistant (Post basic). Knowledge of laws relating to pharmacy. Appropriate
                    working experience.
DUTIES          :   Provide support and assistance to the pharmacist in the anti-retroviral (ARV)
                    Deport in delivering comprehensive, cost effective operational management of
                    the procurement, storage and distribution of ARV’s. Receive and check
                    requisitions. Select and Dispatch stock to authorized receiver. Complete and
                    maintain documentation and manage all stock movements via computerized or
                    manual stock control system. Assist in maintaining product security e.g. key care
                    in accordance with standard operational procedures. Assist in daily running of
                    department e.g. administrative functions. Participate in collections of statistics.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mrs. N.O. Matjebe Tel No (012) 303-9154
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/162     :   STAFF NURSE REF NO: 70056304
                    Directorate: Nursing

SALARY          :   R77 505 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE          :   Steve Biko Academic Hospital
REQUIREMENTS    :   Grade 12. Registration with SANC as Staff Nurse (Enrolled Nurse).
DUTIES          :   Development and implementation of basic nursing care plans. Provide basic
                    clinical nursing care. Effective utilization of resources. Maintain professional
                    growth / ethical standards and self development.
ENQUIRIES       :   Me G. Malau, Tel No: (012) 354- 4613
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms. Victoria Skosana

POST 04/163     :   ADMINISTRATION CLERK (4 POSTS)
                    Directorate: HAST

SALARY          :   R76 194 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE          :   Jubilee Hospital Ref: 70056097
                    Stanza Bopape CHC Ref: 70056098
                    K.T. Mutubatse CHC Ref: 70056099
                    Dark City CHC: Ref: 70056100
REQUIREMENTS    :   Grade 12 and computer literacy.
DUTIES          :   Responsible for patient administration and filling of patient records. Assists in
                    patients/ client satisfaction. Assist with time and with all administration function in
                    the clinic and in the manager’s office.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mrs. N.O.Matjebe Tel No: (012) 303 9154
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/164     :   MATERIAL RECORGING CLERK (PHARMACY) REF NO: 70056199
                    Directorate: Finance and Procurement Department

SALARY          :   R76 194 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE          :   Charlotte Maxeke Academic Johannesburg Hospital
REQUIREMENTS    :   Grade 12 certificate, qualification in financial accounting will be an added
                    advantage. Computer literacy. Knowledge of PFMA, SAP and treasury
                    Regulations, Supply Chain Management. Good writing and interpersonal,
                    communication and organizational skills. The ideal applicant should be able to
                    communicate at all levels, assertive, dynamic and be able to work independently
                    within a team.
DUTIES          :   Contact vendors for quotations on buy outs. Write manual reports, obtain
                    approval and fax purchase orders to vendors. Budget record keeping. Capture of
                    list 1 and 2 of circular 51. Reconcile manual orders and daily invoices. Create
                    requisitions of the reconciled manual orders and capture on SAP. Ordering of
                    pharmaceutical items from Medical orders. Submit monthly reports on buy outs
                    to Management and Chief Pharmacist. Capture of purchased orders on SAP
                    system. Respond to all queries.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr L.A James Tel No: (011) 488 - 3962
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009




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POST 04/165    :   HUMAN RESOURCE CLERK REF NO: 70056196
                   Directorate: Human Resource Management

SALARY         :   R76 194 – 88 464 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Charlotte Maxeke Academic Johannesburg Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12 certificate or equivalent qualifications with relevant 1-2 years
                   experience in Human Resource Administration. Computer literacy, report writing
                   skills and interpersonal skills. Knowledge of PERSAL.
DUTIES         :   Handling of all personnel administration matters pertaining to appointments,
                   probations, leave, transfers, secondments, promotions, service termination, injury
                   on duty and PMDS. Administration of salary and employee benefits. Receive
                   applications, assist with short-listing and take minutes during the interview
                   proceedings. Compile documents to be sent to GSSC. Carry out duties allocated
                   by supervisor. Ability to work with confidential information. Assist with attending
                   to HR related queries. Thorough knowledge of staff establishment administration.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms B.J Kajana Tel No: (011) 488 - 3711
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/166    :   DATA CAPTURE (4 POSTS)
                   Directorate: HAST

SALARY         :   R76 194 Per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Jubilee Hospital Ref: 70056102
                   Tshepong Hospital Ref: 70056103
                   K.T. Mutubatse Ref: 70056104
                   Laudium CHC: Ref: 70056105
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 12, Computer Literacy, Communication skills. Writing Skills. Interpersonal
                   skills, numeracy and administrative procedures. Responsible, pro-active,
                   flexibility, initiative and team player.
DUTIES         :   Capture data within relevant time frame. Check captured data for consistency
                   and accuracy. Follow –up on incomplete information. Verify and correct data for
                   accuracy. Data export to the relevant office within the set due dates. Develop
                   monthly reporting template for the submission of report.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mrs. N.O.T. Matjebe, Tel No: (012) 303-9154
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/167    :   DRIVER/ MESSENGER REF NO: 70056230
                   Directorate: Support Services

SALARY         :   R64 410 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Chris Hani Baragwanath Nursing College: Situated at Coronation
                   Campus
REQUIREMENTS   :   Standard 10 (Grade 12) certificate or ABET and minimum of 5 years experience.
                   Code 08 driver’s license. Knowledge and experience in registry procedures.
DUTIES         :   The delivery and collection of confidential documents. The marking of parcels for
                   distribution and posting thereof. Receipt and deliver of mail from the Post Office,
                   GSSC, Bank of Lisbon, Pretoria and other relevant places. Drivers and collect
                   documents from the College campuses. Transportation of staff. Take cars to
                   government garage for servicing. Must be prepared to work extra hours.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms. A. Young, Cell No: 071 674 1779
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009

POST 04/168    :   ENROLLED NURSE (X 8 POSTS)
                   Directorate: Hast
                   Stanza Bopapex1, Ref no: 70056149/1
                   K.T.Mutubatse CHC’S X1, Ref no: 70056149/2
                   Jubilee x1, Ref no: 70056149/3
                   Odi District x1, Ref no: 70056149/4
                   Mamelodi x1, Ref no: 70056149/5
                   Kalafong x1, Ref no: 70056149/6
                   Dr George Mukhari Hospital’s x1, Ref no: 70056149/7
                   Cullinan Rehabilitation Center x1, Ref no: 70056149/8

SALARY         :   R64 410 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Tshwane – Metswding Region



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REQUIREMENTS   :   Qualifications that allows registration with SANC as an Enrolled Nurse.
                   Registration with the SANC as an Enrolled Nurse and proof to be attached.
                   Recommendation: Must have relevant experience.
DUTIES         :   Render basic nursing care, attend to the health and safety needs of the patient.
                   Comprehensive assessment of the patients. Implent a nursing care plan to
                   promote patient safety and limit medico-legal hazards. Carry out specific
                   observations to identify possible complications as soon as possible. Perform
                   duties under direct and supervision as requested.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mrs N.O.T Matjebe Tel No: (012) 303- 9154
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/169    :   ENROLLED NURSE LAUDIUM CHC REF NO: 70056150
                   Directorate: Hast

SALARY         :   R64 410 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Tshwane – Metswding Region
REQUIREMENTS   :   Qualifications that allows registration with SANC as an Enrolled Nurse.
                   Registration with the SANC as an Enrolled Nurse and proof to be attached.
                   Recommendation: Must have relevant experience.
DUTIES         :   Render basic nursing care, attend to the health and safety needs of the patient.
                   Comprehensive assessment of the patients. Implent a nursing care plan to
                   promote patient safety and limit medico-legal hazards. Carry out specific
                   observations to identify possible complications as soon as possible. Perform
                   duties under direct and supervision as requested.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mrs N.O.T Matjebe Tel No: (012) 303- 9154
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/170    :   HOUSEKEEPER (4 POSTS) REF NO: 70056231
                   Directorate: Admin Support Services

SALARY         :   R64 410 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Chris Hani Baragwanath Nursing College: Situated Bonalesedi
                   Nursing College
REQUIREMENTS   :   ABET and relevant experience. Interpersonal relations skills.
DUTIES         :   Responsible for the proper use and caring of equipment. Request and issue of
                   stock. Keeping and control of records and registers. Assist management with
                   duties as instructed. Overall control, co-ordination and checking of all activities,
                   personnel and equipment. Compilation up of working schedules and making
                   relief arrangements. Compilation of duty sheets. Advice head of institution/
                   management on all matters regarding the smooth progress of activities.
                   Maintenance of neatness and tidiness and promotion of welfare of occupants.
                   Personal assistance to officials. Receipt of cash, meal coupons and control mess
                   register. Allocation of transit accommodation.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms. R. Ramahlafi, Cell No: 071 674 1810
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009

POST 04/171    :   ADMIN CLERK (2 POSTS) REF NO: 70056155
                   Directorate: Administration Services

SALARY         :   R64 410 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   East Rand TB Hospital
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 11/ Std 9 results. Good communication and interpersonal skills.
                   Knowledge of Batho –Pele Principles, computer literacy will be an added
                   advantage.
DUTIES         :   Admissions and discharge of patients. Operating filing system. Perform office
                   administration duties. Recording and safe keeping of patient files. Receiving and
                   issuing of receipts for valuables. Kitting of patients clothes and belongings.
                   Perform administrative duties in mortuary. Improve customer care and
                   implementation of Batho – Pele Principles and Patients Rights Charter.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms E. L. Phiri, Tel No: (011) 845 6005
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/172    :   NURSING ASSISTANT GRADE 1 (7 POSTS) REF NO: 70056038
                   Directorate: Nursing

SALARY         :   R59 400 per annum (plus benefits)


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CENTRE          :   Odi District Hospital
REQUIREMENTS    :   Registration with SANC as Nursing Assistant. Good communication (verbal and
                    written) skills.
DUTIES          :   Perform basic clinical nursing practice in accordance with the scope of practice
                    as determined by the hospital and Nursing Council. Promote basic quality
                    nursing care as directed by the health facility. Demonstrate elementary
                    understanding of nursing legislation and related legal and ethical nursing
                    practice. Willing to render a 24 hour service and rotate to different units.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms SJ Boshoman, Tel No: (012) 701-2843
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/173     :   ASSISTANT NURSE REF NO: 70056305
                    Directorate: Nursing

SALARY          :   R59 400 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE          :   Steve Biko Academic Hospital
REQUIREMENTS    :   Grade 12. Registration with SANC as Nursing Assistant (Enrolled Auxiliary
                    Nurse).
DUTIES          :   Assist patients with activities of daily living (physical care). Provide elementary
                    nursing care. Maintain professional growth / ethical standards and self
                    development.
ENQUIRIES       :   Me G. Malau, Tel No: (012) 354- 4613
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms. Victoria Skosana
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/174     :   SECURITY GUARD (4 POSTS) REF NO: 70056156
                    Directorate: Property Services

SALARY          :   R54 879 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE          :   East Rand TB Hospital
REQUIREMENTS    :   Grade 10 or Std 08 results/ certificate. Minimum grade B/C security certificate
                    with relevant experience. Literacy and Observation skills.
DUTIES          :   Provide access to premises. Check that staff clocks in and out. Search parcels of
                    staff where required. Patrol to all wards at night. Patrol to building and grounds
                    within fences. Patrolling in the hospital to check any illegal activities. Guard and
                    secure state vehicles, property and facilities. All vehicles to be searched by
                    entering or leaving the premises. Report and record incidence in the prescribed
                    manner in the OB book with a red pen. Security to be in the patients dining hall
                    during lunch times. Check that all visitors are off the premises at specific times.
                    Checking of handbags.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms E .L. Phiri, Tel No: (011) 845 6005
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/175     :   POTERS (2POSTS) REF NO: 70056182
                    Directorate: Health

SALARY          :   R47 787 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE          :   Pholosong Hospital
REQUIREMENTS    :   Grade10 certificate or equivalent. The candidate must be able to read and write.
                    Good communication skills. Be able to solve problems. The candidate should be
                    willing to work shifts and weekends.
DUTIES          :   To fetch patients from Ambulances/ cars into casualty including those on foot
                    struggling from taxies/ gate. Take patients from Casualty to X-Ray and back to
                    casualty/ OPD. Take corpses to Mortuary from various wards and departments.
                    Collect stretchers and wheelchairs from various wards and departments to
                    Casualty. Check and see that stretchers and wheelchairs are clean, tidy and are
                    also in good condition. Rendering assistance to nursing staff with transfer of
                    patients to be/ trolleys and vice versa. Act courteous, be friendly tactful and
                    helpful towards patients, colleagues and the public. Assist in general when
                    required.
ENQUIRIES       :   Ms. B.T.T. Motaung, Tel No: (011) 812-5000
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009




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POST 04/176       :   ADMINISTRATION CLERK (11POSTS) REF NO: 70056179
                      Directorate: Health

SALARY            :   R47 787 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE            :   Pholosong Hospital
REQUIREMENTS      :   Grade12 plus relevant experience. Computer literacy, Good verbal and written
                      communication skills. Be able to work shifts.
DUTIES            :   Perform general administrative function in wards. Patient administration affairs,
                      open files for patients, record patient details in registers, receive cash and issue
                      out receipts, issue out accounts for patients, admit and discharge patients on the
                      system, record and file patients records, retrieve files, record patients statistics,
                      compile necessary reports.
ENQUIRIES         :   Mr. K.P. Madiseng, Tel. No: (011) 812-5000
CLOSING DATE      :   13 February 2009

               DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT, ROADS AND WORKS

APPLICATIONS      :   Gauteng Shared Service Centre, 78 Fox Street Johannesburg or posted to
                      Private Bag X 114, Marshalltown 2107 or contact the GSSC Call Centre on Tel
                      No: (011) 355-2222
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.

                              MANAGEMENT ECHELON

POST 04/177       :   DIRECTOR: REF NO: 70056158
                      Directorate: Media and Strategy

SALARY            :   R557 133 – R 582 585 per annum (inclusive packages)
CENTRE            :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS      :   An appropriate recognized Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification plus
                      relevant experience. Extensive years of experience in management. Proven
                      experience in Media liaison and relations management.
DUTIES            :   Develop and manage the implementation of a comprehensive media
                      communication strategy for the Department, in line with departmental
                      programmes. Manage all functions and activities within the Directorate: Media
                      and Strategy through management of human and financial resources. Provide
                      direction and advice with regard to departmental media profiling and reputation
                      management. Manage the development, production and distribution of speeches,
                      media content for distribution. Provide direction with regard to departmental
                      messaging in relation to the media and other external stakeholders. Manage and
                      coordinate media relations activities of the department, including networking
                      efforts and media stakeholder database management. Manage the function of
                      media monitoring, evaluation and trend analysis.
ENQUIRIES         :   M. Mbali Seheri Tel: (011) 355 7479
CLOSING DATE      :   16 February 2009

                                     OTHER POSTS

POST 04/178       :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: MEDIA LIAISON REF NO: 70056159
                      Directorate: Media Strategy

SALARY            :   R 407 745 R 472 758 per annum (all inclusive packages)
CENTRE            :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS      :   Degree/Diploma in Communication or Journalism. Sound knowledge of Public
                      Service and Communication environment, Government policies and
                      programmes. Content Development and Writing skills.
DUTIES            :   Provide input into the compilation of the strategic and operational plans for the
                      directorate. Manage the implementation of the Annual Performance Plan.
                      Coordinate media liaison activities in line with strategic and operational plans as
                      well as departmental programme of action. Coordinate the development,
                      production and distribution of speeches, media content for information


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                   dissemination. Manage and Coordinate media relations activities of the
                   department, including networking efforts and, media stakeholder database
                   management.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr Mbali Seheri Tel: (011) 355 7479
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009

POST 04/179    :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: MEDIA LIAISON REF NO: 70056159
                   Directorate: Media Strategy

SALARY         :   R 407 745 - R 472 758 per annum (all inclusive packages)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Degree/Diploma in Communication or Journalism. Sound knowledge of Public
                   Service and Communication environment, Government policies and
                   programmes, Content Development and Writing skills.
DUTIES         :   Provide input into the compilation of the strategic and operational plans for the
                   directorate. Manage the implementation of the Annual Performance Plan.
                   Coordinate media liaison activities in line with strategic and operational plans as
                   well as departmental programme of action. Coordinate the development,
                   production and distribution of speeches, media content for information
                   dissemination. Manage and Coordinate media relations activities of the
                   department, including networking efforts and, media stakeholder database
                   management.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr Mbali Seheri Tel: (011) 355 7479
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009

POST 04/180    :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENTREF NO: 70056189
                   Directorate: Stakeholder Management

SALARY         :   R407 745 – R 472 758 per annum (all inclusive packages)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Tertiary qualification and experience in Stakeholder Relations. Social Facilitation,
                   interpersonal, people management, organizing, analytical Skills and supervisory
                   skills. Computer literacy and code 08 (B) drivers license.
DUTIES         :   Ensure that all the relevant stakeholders are informed of the activities,
                   programmes and projects of the department. Liaise with departmental
                   stakeholders, NGO, CBO and communities. Develop appropriate forums and
                   platforms to enable stakeholders concerns of stakeholders as it relates to
                   departmental programmes, projects and activities. Assist the department in
                   identifying and communicating effectively with stakeholders. Work closely and
                   assist with social facilitation of department projects in implementation of
                   departmental projects. Manage the sub-directorate Stakeholder Management.
                   Report to the Director: Stakeholder Management.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms Nerissa April Tel (011) 355 7538
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009

POST 04/181    :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: CORPORATE PARTNERSHIP REF NO: 70056190
                   Directorate: Stakeholder Management

SALARY         :   R 407 745 – R 472 758 per annum (all inclusive packages)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Tertiary qualification, extensive experience in corporate Social investment.
                   Knowledge in sponsorship and public-private partnership. Knowledge of recent
                   trends in corporate CSI investment. Computer literacy and code 08 (B) drivers
                   license.
DUTIES         :   Ensure that the private sector and business is informed about the programmes,
                   projects activities of the department. Liaise and build partnerships with the
                   private sector and business in the delivery of public works services. Develop
                   appropriate forums and platforms to enable business and the private sector to
                   access departmental services and opportunities. Assist the department in
                   identifying and communicating effectively with business and private sector.
                   Acknowledge and monitor the concerns of the private sector and business as it
                   relates to the departmental programmes, projects and activities. Manage the sub-
                   directorate Corporate Partnership. Report to the Director: Stakeholder
                   Management.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms Nerissa April Tel: (011) 355 - 7538
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009


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POST 04/182    :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: PROPERTY MANAGEMENT REF NO: 70056253
                   Directorate: GPG Kopanong Precinct Trading Entity

SALARY         :   R407 745 – R 472 758 per annum (inclusive benefits)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Relevant tertiary qualification and/or extensive years of experience in Middle
                   management. Extensive years of experience of Property Management of office
                   buildings; HR; Financial; Contract Management; Good verbal/written
                   communication skills. Computer literacy. Code 08 Drivers license
DUTIES         :   Manage Property Management Service Provider according to SLA/ Contract.
                   Develop a database of all tenants in current occupancy of Precinct buildings.
                   Manage the collection of rent from government/non Governmental tenants.
                   Manage the process of reimbursement from tenants for utilities made on their
                   behalf. Manage parking allocations. Ensure that Property Management Service
                   Provider fill vacant space in property portfolio. Ensure ongoing and scheduled
                   inspections of all properties in portfolio. Ensure the timeous renewal of leases.
                   Financial management through budgeting and expenditure control. Obtain
                   maximized level of productivity of staff within the Public Service Act, Labour
                   Relations Act, PMDS and HR prescripts.
ENQUIRIES      :   J S Gouws Tel: (011) 429 3882
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009

POST 04/183    :   DEPUTY DIRECTORS: FACILITIES MANAGEMENT REF NO: 70056254
                   Directorate: GPG Kopanong Precinct Trading Entity

SALARY         :   R 407 745 – R 472 758 per annum (inclusive packages)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Relevant tertiary qualification and/or 5 years experience in a middle
                   management. Extensive years of facilities management including space planning
                   and building maintenance, project management experience and compilation of
                   tender documents, communication skills.
DUTIES         :   Act as mediator between GPG Departments and Facilities Management Service
                   Provider. Manage the operational Facility Management contracts on behalf of
                   GPG Departments. Co-ordinate a security function to departments occupying
                   GPG Precinct buildings. Ensure that the maintenance provided Facilities
                   Management Service Provider is of quality standards in accordance with the
                   OHS Act. Ensure that all norms, standards and conditionality assessments are
                   completed. Planning, implementation and control of services/projects by Facilities
                   Service Provider. Develop record keeping of projects, timelines of completion
                   and quality standards of Facility Management Service Provider and keep an
                   effective Asset Register of Precinct buildings and facilities. Compile and maintain
                   database of as-built cad base of all building the Public Service Act, Labour
                   Relations Act, PMDSystem and HR prescripts.
ENQUIRIES      :   J S Gouws Tel: (011) 429 3882
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009

POST 04/184    :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 70056253
                   Directorate: GPG Kopanong Precinct Trading Entity

SALARY         :   R 407 745 – R 472 758 per annum (inclusive benefits)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Relevant tertiary qualification and/or extensive years of experience in Middle
                   management. Extensive years of experience of Property Management of office
                   buildings; HR; Financial; Contract Management; Good verbal/written
                   communication skills. Computer literacy. Code 08 Drivers license.
DUTIES         :    Property Management Service Provider according to SLA/ Contract. Develop a
                   database of all tenants in current occupancy of Precinct buildings. Manage the
                   collection of rent from government/non Governmental tenants. Manage the
                   process of reimbursement from tenants for utilities made on their behalf. Manage
                   parking allocations. Ensure that Property Management Service Provider fill
                   vacant space in property portfolio. Ensure ongoing and scheduled inspections of
                   all properties in portfolio. Ensure the timeous renewal of leases. Financial
                   management through budgeting and expenditure control. Obtain maximized level
                   of productivity of staff within the Public Service Act, Labour Relations Act, PMDS
                   and HR prescripts.
ENQUIRIES      :   J S Gouws Tel: (011) 429 3882


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CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/       :   DEPUTY DIRECTORS: FACILITIES MANAGEMENT 70056254
                   Directorate: GPG Kopanong Precinct Trading Entity

SALARY         :   R 407 745 – R 472 758 per annum (inclusive packages)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Relevant tertiary qualification and/or 5 years experience in a middle
                   management. Extensive years of facilities management including space planning
                   and building maintenance, project management experience and compilation of
                   tender documents, communication skills.
DUTIES         :   Act as mediator between GPG Departments and Facilities Management Service
                   Provider. Manage the operational Facility Management contracts on behalf of
                   GPG Departments. Co-ordinate a security function to departments occupying
                   GPG Precinct buildings. Ensure that the maintenance provided Facilities
                   Management Service Provider is of quality standards in accordance with the
                   OHS Act. Ensure that all norms, standards and conditionality assessments are
                   completed. Planning, implementation and control of services/projects by Facilities
                   Service Provider. Develop record keeping of projects, timelines of completion
                   and quality standards of Facility Management Service Provider and keep an
                   effective Asset Register of Precinct buildings and facilities. Compile and maintain
                   database of as-built cad base of all building the Public Service Act, Labour
                   Relations Act, PMDSystem and HR prescripts
ENQUIRIES      :   J S Gouws Tel: (011) 429 3882
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/185    :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT 700566189
                   Directorate: Stakeholder Management

SALARY         :   R 407 745 – R 472 758 per annum ( all inclusive packages)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Tertiary qualification and experience in Stakeholder Relations. Social Facilitation,
                   interpersonal, people management, organizing, analytical Skills and supervisory
                   skills. Computer literacy and code 08 (B) drivers license.
DUTIES         :   Ensure that all the relevant stakeholders are informed of the activities,
                   programmes and projects of the department. Liaise with departmental
                   stakeholders, NGO, CBO and communities. Develop appropriate forums and
                   platforms to enable stakeholders concerns of stakeholders as it relates to
                   departmental programmes, projects and activities. Assist the department in
                   identifying and communicating effectively with stakeholders. Work closely and
                   assist with social facilitation of department projects in implementation of
                   departmental projects. Manage the sub-directorate Stakeholder Management.
                   Report to the Director: Stakeholder Management.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms Nerissa April Tel (011) 355 7538
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009

POST 04/186    :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT 70056189
                   Directorate: Stakeholder Management

SALARY         :   R407 745 – R 472 758 per annum ( all inclusive packages)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Tertiary qualification and experience in Stakeholder Relations. Social Facilitation,
                   interpersonal, people management, organizing, analytical Skills and supervisory
                   skills. Computer literacy and code 08 (B) drivers license.
DUTIES         :   Ensure that all the relevant stakeholders are informed of the activities,
                   programmes and projects of the department. Liaise with departmental
                   stakeholders, NGO, CBO and communities. Develop appropriate forums and
                   platforms to enable stakeholders concerns of stakeholders as it relates to
                   departmental programmes, projects and activities. Assist the department in
                   identifying and communicating effectively with stakeholders. Work closely and
                   assist with social facilitation of department projects in implementation of
                   departmental projects. Manage the sub-directorate Stakeholder Management.
                   Report to the Director: Stakeholder Management.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms Nerissa April Tel (011) 355 7538
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009



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POST 04/187    :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: CORPORATE PARTNERSHIP 70056190
                   Directorate: Stakeholder Management

SALARY         :   R407 745 – R 472 758 per annum (all inclusive packages)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Tertiary qualification, extensive experience in corporate Social investment.
                   Knowledge in sponsorship and public-private partnership. Knowledge of recent
                   trends in corporate CSI investment. Computer literacy and code 08 (B) drivers
                   license.
DUTIES         :   Ensure that the private sector and business is informed about the programmes,
                   projects activities of the department. Liaise and build partnerships with the
                   private sector and business in the delivery of public works services. Develop
                   appropriate forums and platforms to enable business and the private sector to
                   access departmental services and opportunities. Assist the department in
                   identifying and communicating effectively with business and private sector.
                   Acknowledge and monitor the concerns of the private sector and business as it
                   relates to the departmental programmes, projects and activities. Manage the sub-
                   directorate Corporate Partnership. Report to the Director: Stakeholder
                   Management.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms Nerissa April Tel: (011) 355 - 7538
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009

POST 04/188    :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 70056253
                   Directorate: GPG Kopanong Precinct Trading Entity

SALARY         :   R 407 745 – R 472 758 per annum (inclusive benefits)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Relevant tertiary qualification and/or extensive years of experience in Middle
                   management. Extensive years of experience of Property Management of office
                   buildings; HR; Financial; Contract Management; Good verbal/written
                   communication skills. Computer literacy. Code 08 Drivers license
DUTIES         :   Manage Property Management Service Provider according to SLA/ Contract.
                   Develop a database of all tenants in current occupancy of Precinct buildings.
                   Manage the collection of rent from government/non Governmental tenants.
                   Manage the process of reimbursement from tenants for utilities made on their
                   behalf. Manage parking allocations. Ensure that Property Management Service
                   Provider fill vacant space in property portfolio. Ensure ongoing and scheduled
                   inspections of all properties in portfolio. Ensure the timeous renewal of leases.
                   Financial management through budgeting and expenditure control. Obtain
                   maximized level of productivity of staff within the Public Service Act, Labour
                   Relations Act, PMDS and HR prescripts.
ENQUIRIES      :   J S Gouws Tel: (011) 429 3882
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009

POST 04/189    :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: CORPORATE PARTNERSHIP 70056190
                   Directorate: Stakeholder Management

SALARY         :   R 407 745 – R 472 758 per annum (all inclusive packages)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Tertiary qualification, extensive experience in corporate Social investment.
                   Knowledge in sponsorship and public-private partnership. Knowledge of recent
                   trends in corporate CSI investment. Computer literacy and code 08 (B) drivers
                   license.
DUTIES         :   Ensure that the private sector and business is informed about the programmes,
                   projects activities of the department. Liaise and build partnerships with the
                   private sector and business in the delivery of public works services. Develop
                   appropriate forums and platforms to enable business and the private sector to
                   access departmental services and opportunities. Assist the department in
                   identifying and communicating effectively with business and private sector.
                   Acknowledge and monitor the concerns of the private sector and business as it
                   relates to the departmental programmes, projects and activities. Manage the sub-
                   directorate Corporate Partnership. Report to the Director: Stakeholder
                   Management.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms Nerissa April Tel: (011) 355 - 7538
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009



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POST 04/190    :   DEPUTY DIRECTOR: SPACE PLANNING 70056162
                   Directorate: Facilities Management
                   NB: This is a re-advertisement and candidates who applied previously need to
                   re-apply.

SALARY         :   R 344 052 – R 398 805 per annum ( inclusive packages)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Appropriate National Diploma/Degree and at least 3 years experience in Space
                   planning/Facilities Management. Extensive years of experience in Facilities
                   Management and knowledge of HR, Financial and Project Management skills.
                   Good communication skills. Computer literacy (MS Project, Word, Excel,
                   PowerPoint, Outlook). Code 08 driver’s license.
DUTIES         :   Manage space planning processes within the GPG property portfolio. Strategize
                   the operations of the facilities of the Head Office and GPG buildings in Regions.
                   Manage the facilities management in head office buildings and GPG buildings in
                   Regions. Manage the procurement procedures and make presentations.
                   Financial management through budgeting and expenditure control. Outline
                   strategy for implementing the Health and Safety Act. Review maintenance
                   procedures       e.g    lifts,     air    conditioning   etc.     Manage      the
                   renovations/refurbishments/upgrades of Head Office buildings. Determine work
                   procedures and methods. Eliminate risks. Manage the performance and
                   development systems. Staff management.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr A E Madzinge Tel (011) 355 9529
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009

POST 04/191    :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: MEDIA LIAISON AND STRATEGY (4 POSTS)
                   70056160
                   Directorate: Media and Strategy

SALARY         :   R 174 243 - R 202 287 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   A recognized Bachelor’s degree/Diploma or equivalent qualification in
                   communication/journalism/public relations plus relevant experience in a
                   communication environment. Analytical thinking and ability to work under
                   pressure.
DUTIES         :   Provide input into the compilation of the operational plan of the Directorate:
                   Media and Strategy. Manage the implementation of the Annual Performance
                   Plan for the unit. Contribute to the management of the media profile of the
                   Department; through facilitation of media strategies and stakeholder engagement
                   activities; research and coordinate and develop content for information
                   dissemination. Compile and submit monthly and quarterly reports.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr Mbali Seheri Tel: (011) 355 7479
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009

POST 04/192    :   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR IN THE OFFICE OF THE COO 70056255
                   Directorate: GPG Kopanong Precinct Trading Entity

SALARY         :   R 145 920 - R 169 410 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   B Degree or Diploma in Administration. Computer literate., sound Organizational
                   skills, high level of reliability and good written Communication skills. Ability to act
                   with tact and discretion.
DUTIES         :   Record the engagements of the COO. Coordinate with sensitize/advise the COO
                   regarding engagements. Ensure the effective flow of information and documents
                   to and from the office of the COO. Ensure the safekeeping of all documentation
                   in the office of the COO. Draft documents as required Manage the activities of
                   the office, including the diary, meetings and request for information. Coordinate
                   travelling arrangements. Manage leave register. Handle the procurement of
                   standard items like stationery, refreshments, etc for the activities of the COO and
                   the specific units. Screen telephone calls, enquiries, requests and handle them
                   appropriately Deal with incoming e-mails, faxes and post. Minute taking and
                   report writing. Arrange workshops, conferences and strategic sessions.
ENQUIRIES      :   Nandi Maphalala Tel: (011) 429 3831
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009




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POST 04/193    :   SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER                 (ACCOMMODATION           SUPPORT)
                   70056163
                   Directorate: Facilities Management

SALARY         :   R 145 920 – R 169 410 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Diploma/Degree in Facility Management and building environment or Equivalent .
                   Computer literacy. Communication and writing skills. Code 08 drivers license.
DUTIES         :   Manage queries in terms of cleaning, hygiene, pest control, risks, waste
                   management, lifts, air conditioning, level of comfort ( thermal, lighting,
                   ergonomics). Routinely inspect buildings with relations to facilities management
                   services. Register complaints and maintenance of buildings. Compile
                   monthly/weekly report. Call for quotes for procurement of materials e.g
                   refurbishment of offices. Complete petty cash claims. Verify/prepare payment
                   documents. Write letters to clients. Liaise with landlord and service providers.
                   Monitor the Service Providers. Develop staff and supervise subordinates.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr A E Madzinge Tel: (011) 355 9529
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009

POST 04/194    :   PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE DDG 70056256
                   Directorate: Project Management Unit

SALARY         :   R 117 501 – R 136 419 (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Matric/      National     Diploma,or       equivalent     qualification.     Good
                   organizational/planning, people and liaison skills at all levels including senior
                   management level. Experience in office and event management, procurement
                   procedures, financial management within governments systems.
DUTIES         :   Screen and transfer internal and external enquiries, including the handling of
                   telephonic enquiries and follow-ups. Manage the diary of the Deputy Director
                   General (confirming appointments and arranging meetings). Handling travel and
                   other logistical arrangements for meetings, Workshops and/or events. Handle
                   office    correspondence      and    distribute    it   accordingly.     Scrutinize
                   submissions/reports. Handle/manage the file routing system/database between
                   the Office of the Deputy Director General and the Department. Type documents/
                   memoranda and conduct proper filing. Arrange for documents packs for meetings
                   to be photocopied. Manage e-mails and refer to relevant Branches and
                   Directorates for response. Perform duties of the asset coordinator of the Office of
                   the Deputy Director General. Inform the Deputy Director General of all pertinent
                   issues. Ordering of stationery. Co-ordinate and administer the payment of
                   financial and procurement claims. Keep up to date with regard to policies and
                   procedures to ensure effective and efficient support to Deputy Director General.
                   Responsible for logistics of meetings organization, refreshments, minutes, etc.
                   Maintain a professional image of the DDG’s Office.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms T Magodielo Tel (011) 355 7417
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009

POST 04/195    :   ADMINISTRATION OFFICER (ACCOMMODATION SUPPORT) X 2 POSTS
                   70056164
                   Directorate: Facilities Management

SALARY         :   R 117 501 – R 136 419 per annum ( plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Diploma/Degree in Facilities Management or equivalent. Computer literacy.
                   Communication and writing skills. Code 08 drivers license with PDP.
DUTIES         :   Execute minor maintenance and related services in Regions. Routinely inspect
                   buildings for maintenance problems. Inform management of maintenance
                   problems. Refer major maintenance issues to appoint Service Providers.
                   Compile weekly/monthly report. Call for quotes/assist with compilation of petty
                   cash claims for smaller maintenance items. Manage movement of furniture.
                   Manage stock levels of maintenance items. Communicate with officials/landlord.
                   Supervise subordinates and developed staff.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr A E Madzinge Tel: (011) 355 9529
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009




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POST 04/196    :   PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE DDG 70056256
                   Directorate: Project Management Unit

SALARY         :   R 117 501 – R 136 419 (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Matric/ National Diploma,or equivalent qualification. Good organizational/
                   planning, people and liaison skills at all levels including senior management
                   level. Experience in office and event management, procurement procedures,
                   financial management within governments systems.
DUTIES         :   Screen and transfer internal and external enquiries, including the handling of
                   telephonic enquiries and follow-ups. Manage the diary of the Deputy Director
                   General (confirming appointments and arranging meetings). Handling travel and
                   other logistical arrangements for meetings, Workshops and/or events. Handle
                   office    correspondence     and     distribute   it    accordingly.    Scrutinize
                   submissions/reports. Handle/manage the file routing system/database between
                   the Office of the Deputy Director General and the Department. Type documents/
                   memoranda and conduct proper filing. Arrange for documents packs for meetings
                   to be photocopied. Manage e-mails and refer to relevant Branches and
                   Directorates for response. Perform duties of the asset coordinator of the Office of
                   the Deputy Director General. Inform the Deputy Director General of all pertinent
                   issues. Ordering of stationery. Co-ordinate and administer the payment of
                   financial and procurement claims. Keep up to date with regard to policies and
                   procedures to ensure effective and efficient support to Deputy Director General.
                   Responsible for logistics of meetings organization, refreshments, minutes, etc.
                   Maintain a professional image of the DDG’s Office.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms T Magodielo Tel (011) 355 7417
CLOSING DATE   :   13 February 2009

POST 04/197    :   GENERAL WORKER 70056165
                   Directorate: Facilities Management

SALARY         :   R 64 410 - R 74 772 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 10/Abet level 4 (Numeracy and literacy). Good verbal and written
                   communication and ability to work under pressure. Planning and organizational
                   skills. Basic technical skills.
DUTIES         :   Receive goods and material from suppliers. General work including moving of
                   furniture, replacement of globes, attending to plumbing problems. Repair broken
                   items. Install required items. Maintain equipment. Inspection of buildings.
                   Outsource quo quotations from suppliers. Supervise subordinates.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr A E Madzinge Tel: (011) 355 9529
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009

POST 04/198    :   GENERAL WORKER 70056166
                   Facilities Management

SALARY         :   R 54 879 - R 63 717 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE         :   Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS   :   Grade 10/Abet level 4 (Numeracy and literacy). Good verbal and written
                   communication and ability to work under pressure. Training and courses in
                   finance will be added advantage. Planning and organizational skills/Basic
                   Technical skills.
DUTIES         :   Office assistance in Regional office and Head Office. Receive goods and
                   material from suppliers. Maintenance of tools/buildings. Moving of furniture within
                   Head Office buildings. Install required items. Maintain equipment/provide
                   plumbing services and electrical service to the Department. Attend to all
                   enquiries regarding maintenance and maintain records of all equipment. Orders
                   stocks and tools. Inspection of all buildings with regards to maintenance issues.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr A E Madzinge Tel: (011) 355 9529
CLOSING DATE   :   16 February 2009




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                                                                                                       ANNEXURE Q

                             PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: KWAZULU-NATAL
                                           DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
 This Department is an equal opportunity, affirmative employer, whose aim is to promote representivity in all
levels of all occupational categories in the Department. Persons with disabilities should feel free to apply for
                                                   the post

NOTE                       :      The following documents must be submitted for Professional posts:-Application
                                  for employment form (Z83), which is obtained at any Government Department or
                                  from website-www.kznhealth.gov.za. Certified copies of highest educational
                                  qualifications Recently certified copies of Registration Certificates with SANC,
                                  Current registration receipt with SANC, Updated Curriculum Vitae. Applications
                                  must be submitted on or before the closing date. The reference number must be
                                  indicated in the column provided on the form Z83 e.g. ILE 01/2009, N.B Failure to
                                  comply with the above instruction will disqualify applicants. Please note that due
                                  to the number of applications anticipated, applications will not be acknowledged.
                                  Correspondence will be limited to short listed candidates only. If you have not
                                  been contacted within two months after the closing date of the advertisement,
                                  please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

                                                 OTHER POSTS

POST 04/199                :      PRINCIPAL SPECIALIST (PLASTIC                  SURGERY)       REFERENCE         NO:
                                  S.A/PRINC. SPEC./01/2009
                                  Component: Medical Services

SALARY                     :      An inclusive remuneration package of R 480 198 PER annum Successful
                                  candidate will be required to enter into a permanent employment contract and
                                  sign a Performance Agreement with the Manager of the post) plus 15% Scarce
                                  Skills and Commuted overtime.
CENTRE                     :      ST Aidans Mission Regional Hospital
REQUIREMENTS               :      An appropriate qualification in the appropriate Health Science plus Current
                                  registration with the Health Professionals Council of South Africa as a Specialist
                                  Plastic Surgeon, plus At least six (6) years extensive appropriate post registration
                                  experience as a Specialist in the relevant specialty. Knowledge, skills, training
                                  and competencies required: Appropriate specialist surgical and procedural skills
                                  and up to date knowledge of protocols within the field of expertise, General
                                  management skills, including human resources: organizing, planning, etc.
                                  Relevant knowledge of health legislation, acts, regulations and policies,
                                  Leadership, people management , problem solving, decision making and
                                  communication skills
DUTIES                     :      Key Performance Areas: Leadership and provision of direction for the specialty
                                  advertised, Provision of specialist services (Specialist clinics, problem and
                                  academic rounds, teaching, after hours duties, etc.) at a regional level. Registrar
                                  supervision Clinical Quality: morbidity and mortality reviews as per Provincial
                                  directive; monitor and evaluate disease profile, develop and implement clinical
                                  quality improvement plan, risk assessment, improve on existing clinical and
                                  ethical standards, ensure availability of policies and clinical guidelines. Patient
                                  satisfaction: implement Batho Pele Principles, measure and improve standards
                                  set at St Aidans Hospital. Human Resources: performance management,
                                  recruitment/ retention plan, training plan and maintain discipline., Liaison with all
                                  other stakeholders within hospital, Develop a customer friendly system.
ENQUIRIES                  :      Dr P Dayaram tel (031) 3142294
APPLICATIONS               :      All applications must be forwarded to: The Hospital Manager, St Aidans Mission
                                  Regional Hospital, P.O. Box 547, Durban, 4000
FOR ATTENTION              :      M.B. Ndlela (Human Resource Department)
CLOSING DATE               :      13 February 2009

POST 04/200                :      PRINCIPAL TECHNICAL ADVISOR REFERENCE: DPC/UMZI./01/2009
                                  Component: District Pharmacy Coordination

SALARY                     :      An all inclusive Salary Package R 407 745 per annum
REQUIREMENTS               :      Appropriate B Degree or equivalent qualification in Pharmacy, Registration with
                                  South African Pharmacy Council, At least three years management experience in
                                  District Pharmacy Coordination, Valid Code EB License ( Code 08). Knowledge,


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                    Skills, Training and Competencies Required: Extensive knowledge in all the
                    regulation and legislation that govern Pharmaceutical services, Sound project
                    management skills, Strong interpersonal, communication and presentation,
                    Ability to make independent decisions, An understanding of the challenges facing
                    the public health sector. Ability to translate strategic and transformation
                    objectives into practical planning frameworks, Ability to priorities issues and other
                    work related matters and to comply with the frames, High level of numeracy and
                    accuracy, The incumbent of the post should be fait with essential Drugs
                    Programme, and National Drug Policy and associated impact and cost of these,
                    Knowledge of the supply and dispensing chain is essential, Ability to capture in
                    writing the essence of recommendations in concise clear language.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Establish whether clinics and institutions are applying
                    pharmaceutical supply chain management principles and practice and develop
                    remedial action. Ensure clinics and institutions adhere to standard treatment
                    guidelines by monitoring prescription practices. Establish trends in the
                    procurement of pharmaceutical products and monitor cash flow patterns and
                    report thereon. Conduct inspections to determine correlations between disease
                    patterns and dispensing of drugs. Conduct pharmaceutical training needs of the
                    different staff categories and provide further development and training where
                    shortfalls are identified. Ensure availability of the latest EDL’s and STG’s at all
                    clinics, Facility EDL amendments as identified at district pharmacies to Head
                    Office policy determinants.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr. J. Mndebele Telephone: 034 2999 116
APPLICATIONS    :   Umzinyathi Health District Office, Private Bag X 2052, Dundee, 3000
FOR ATTENTION   :   Mr.P.N. Shezi
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/201     :   PRINCIPAL MEDICAL OFFICER:                ANAESTHETICS         REFERENCE        NO:
                    S.A/PMO 01/2009
                    Component: Medical Services

SALARY          :   Inclusive Package R 344 052 per annum PLUS Scare Skills Allowance = 15%)
                    no commuted overtime, but can be arranged with another hospital
REQUIREMENTS    :   A qualification in the appropriate Health Science (MBCHB) or equivalent – PLUS
                    Current registration with Health Professional Council of South Africa (HPCPSA)
                    as a Medical Practitioner. At least 4 years experience as a Medical Practitioner, 2
                    years of which must have been in Anaesthetics. Community service will be
                    counted as a year of experience. A Diploma in Anaesthetics and a certificate in
                    ACLS will be an advantage. Knowledge, Skills and Competences Required,
                    Knowledge and skills in providing anaesthesia to patients undergoing surgery.
                    Ability to communicate at various levels, Conflict management skills, Negotiation
                    skills, Ability to work in a team, Analytical thinking, Decision making skills
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: • Manage and provide a high quality service in line with
                    the vision and mission of the institution, To execute all clinical duties, functions
                    and responsibilities to the best of ability and within all applicable legislation.
                    Provide supervision and support to junior professional staff, Monitor and evaluate
                    the medical services to comply with the valid standards and indicators. Ensure
                    accurate diagnosis and appropriate management of clinical problems. Assist the
                    Principal Specialist wit a pre-Anaesthetic clinic/workup of patients.
ENQUIRIES       :   Dr U. Singh Phone: 031 3142247/ Dr P Dayaram 031 3142294
APPLICATIONS    :   All applications must be forwarded to: The Hospital Manager, St Aidans Mission
                    Regional Hospital, P.O. Box 547, Durban, 4000
FOR ATTENTION   :   M.B. Ndlela (Human Resource Department)
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/202     :   SPECIALIST:    OPHTHALMOLOGY                 REFERENCE          NO:      S.A/SPEC.
                    OPHTH.01/2009
                    Component: Medical

SALARY          :   R344 052 per annum plus 15% SCARE SKILLS, commuted overtime
CENTRE          :   ST Aidans Mission Regional Hospital
REQUIREMENTS    :   Tertiary qualification in the appropriate Health Science. Registration with
                    H.P.C.S.A. as a Specialist.(Ophthalmology), Proof of current registration with the
                    H.P.C.S.A. as a Specialist in Ophthalmology. Knowledge, skills, training and
                    competencies required: Broad working knowledge in an Ophthalmology
                    Department, Good communication and supervisory skills, Appropriate specialist


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                    procedures and protocols within the field of expertise, Human Resource
                    Management skills. Behavior Attributes: Stress tolerance, Ability to work within a
                    team, Self confidence, Capacity to build and maintain relationships
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Manage designated areas of responsibility of the
                    Ophthalmology Department, Conduct general Ophthalmology clinics and perform
                    ophthalmology surgery, Supervision of post graduate and undergraduate training.
                    Participate in the academic programme & perform research of the Department
                    Ophthalmology, Nelson R. Mandela Medical School
ENQUIRIES       :   Dr L Visser Tel : 031 2604341/ DR P Dayaram tel. (031) 3142294
APPLICATIONS    :   All applications must be forwarded to: The Hospital Manager, St Aidans Mission
                    Regional Hospital, P.O. Box 547, Durban, 4000
FOR ATTENTION   :   M.B. Ndlela (Human Resource Department)
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/203     :   SENIOR TECHNICAL ADVISOR: PROGRAMME DEVELOPMENT                                  (TB
                    CONTROL PROGRAMME) ONE (01) POST REFERENCE: ILE 01/2009
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SALARY          :   R260 403 per annum Other Benefits: 13 Cheque, Medical aid (Optional),
                    Housing Allowance Employee must meet the prescribed requirements
CENTRE          :   Ilembe Health District Office
REQUIREMENTS    :   B Degree / Diploma in Nursing Science, Minimum of nine (9) years appropriate /
                    recognizable nursing experience after registration as professional nurse, At least
                    three(3) years experience in National TB Control Programme, At least three(3)
                    years supervisory experience in Health environment, Current registration with
                    SANC as General Nurse Valid Code 8Drivers license, Computer literacy: Ms
                    Office Software Application. Knowledge, Skills, Training and Competencies
                    Required: Financial management skills, Empathy and counseling skills, Strong
                    interpersonal, communication and presentation skills, Project management skills,
                    Ability to make independent decisions, An understanding of the challenges facing
                    the public health sector, Ability to translate and transform objectives into practical
                    plans, Ability to priorities issues and other work related matters and comply with
                    time frames.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Plan, organize and conduct community rallies and
                    events that convey health messages and practices which support health
                    programme strategies, Collect, manage, coordinate and investigate surveillance
                    data, coordinate TB management which includes reporting trends and patterns.
                    Monitor indicators which measure health practices in institutions, provide support
                    and report on findings to District Health management. Coordinate all training
                    related to TB programme, Correspond and communicate on outreach activities
                    and events, Report on programme progress and receive guidance on
                    problematic issues, Communicate on District statistics and analysis thereof.
                    Monitor and evaluate the delivery / running of TB control programme in the
                    district, Coordinate and facilitate research activities conducted by research
                    organizations and tertiary institutions, Establish and maintain inspectoral
                    collaboration with other stake holders involved in TB control like CBO and other
                    government departments.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mrs NN Khumalo Tel no: 032-4373524
APPLICATIONS    :   Please forward applications to: The District Manager, Ilembe Health District
                    Office, Private Bag X10620, Kwa Dukuza, 4450
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/204     :   SENIOR TECHNICAL ADVISOR: INFECTION CONTROL ONE (01) POST
                    REFERENCE: ILE 02/2009
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SALARY          :   R260 403 per annum Other Benefits 13 Cheque, Medical aid (Optional),
                    Housing Allowance Employee must meet the prescribed requirements
CENTRE          :   Ilembe Health District Office
REQUIREMENTS    :   Appropriate B Degree or National Diploma in Nursing, Health and Therapy,
                    Minimum of nine (9) years appropriate / recognizable nursing experience after
                    registration as professional nurse, At least three (3) years experience must be in
                    Infection control. At least three(3) years supervisory experience in Health
                    environment, Current registration with SANC as General Nurse, Valid Code
                    8Drivers license, Computer literacy: Ms Office Software Application.
                    Recommendation: Infection control certificate will be an added advantage.
                    Knowledge, Skills and Competencies: Strong supervisory, interpersonal,
                    communication and presentation skills, Ability to make independent decisions, n


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                    understanding of the challenges facing the public health sector Ability to translate
                    transformation objectives into practical plans. Ability to prioritize issues and other
                    work related matters and to comply with timeframes, Sound knowledge of related
                    prescripts and applicable legislation, High levels of accuracy.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Monitor infection control indicators and practices
                    ,utilizing identified tools and report on matters arising, Train and develop
                    employees in infection control practices to develop the necessary insight to
                    sustain a climate sensitive to infection control needs. Conduct inspections to
                    ensure that infection control plans are developed and adequately and thoroughly
                    implemented Manage the establishment and training of infection control
                    committees at health facilities, Interact with identified health accreditation
                    representatives to identify areas for improvement.
ENQUIRIES       :   Miss R Strydom Tel no: 032-4373508
APPLICATIONS    :   Please forward applications to: The District Manager, Ilembe Health District
                    Office, Private Bag X10620, Kwa Dukuza, 4450
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/205     :   SENIOR MEDICAL OFFICER REF. NO MONT 02/2009

SALARY          :   R 217 482 plus Scarce Skills, Rural Allowances & Commuted Overtime, Medical:
                    Optional, Home Owner’s Allowance: Employee must meet prescribed
                    requirements
REQUIREMENTS    :   Tertiary qualification in an appropriate Health Science (MBCHB), Proof of current
                    registration with the Health Professional Council of South Africa as Medical
                    Practitioner (HPCSA). At least one (1) year experience as a Medical Practitioner.
                    Knowledge, skills, training and competencies required: Basic diagnostic, clinical,
                    investigate and therapeutic skills, Ability to do minor procedures, anesthetics and
                    obstetrics including caesarean section, Sound all round competencies relating to
                    clinical care, Must be service delivery oriented and possess sound Medical Ethic
                    skills. Knowledge of current Health and Public Services legislation, Good
                    communication, team building and motivation skills.
DUTIES          :   Key Performances Areas: To provide medico-legal services, To render diagnostic
                    and treatment services in inpatient and outpatients departments as well as
                    Primary Health care services, Provide supervision and support to junior
                    professional staff, Assist in clinical audits and quality improvement programmes,
                    Assist with the development, maintaining and updating of clinical protocols,
                    Handle medical and surgical emergencies. Participate in after hours commuted
                    overtime, Provide services at clinics outside the Hospital.
ENQUIRIES       :   Dr S Govender Tel: 033 506 7073
APPLICATIONS    :   Applications to be forwarded to: The HR Manager, Montebello Hospital, Private
                    Bag x506, Dalton 3236
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms SE Gumede
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/206     :   CHIEF PHYSIOTHERAPIST REFERENCE NO: S.A/CHIEF PHYSIO 01/2009
                    Component: Medical
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SALARY          :   R145 920 per annum plus other benefits: 13 cheque, 10% scarce skills, medical
                    aid: optional housing allowance: employee must meet prescribed requirements
CENTRE          :   ST Aidans Mission Regional Hospital
REQUIREMENTS    :   Bachelor’s degree/ Diploma in Physiotherapy, Proof of registration with the
                    HPCSA as Physiotherapist, Current receipt with HPCSA, Minimum of five years
                    experience in clinical physiotherapy. Knowledge, skills, training and
                    competencies required: Sound knowledge of Physiotherapy diagnostic and
                    therapeutic procedures and equipment, Good communication, team building and
                    problem solving skills, Sound knowledge of all Legislations and Regulations
                    applicable to health services, Leadership, good interpersonal relation,
                    Supervisory skills.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: To manage and provide a high quality physiotherapy
                    service according to patient’s needs. Plan and implement a suitable treatment
                    programme for an individual or group, Assist to develop protocols to ensure that
                    the physiotherapy service comply with the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
                    Manage the allocated budget and implement the financial management system
                    for the Physiotherapy Unit, Promote sound labour relations in compliance with
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                    timeous communications of decisions and policies. Monitoring and evaluate the
                    physiotherapy services to comply with the valid standards and indications.
ENQUIRIES       :   Dr P. Dayaram Tel. (031) 3142294
APPLICATIONS    :   All applications must be forwarded to: The Hospital Manager, St Aidans Mission
                    Regional Hospital, P.O. Box 547, Durban, 4000
FOR ATTENTION   :   M.B. Ndlela (Human Resource Department)
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/207     :   SOCIAL WORKER REFERENCE NUMBER: MONT 01/2009
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SALARY          :   R 117 501 pa plus13 Cheque Home Owner’s Allowance, Employee must meet
                    prescribed requirements, Medical Aid: Optional
REQUIREMENTS    :   Bachelor of Social Worker or any formal tertiary qualification in social worker,
                    Registration with South African Council for Social Service Worker. One (1) year
                    experience as a professional Social Worker. A Valid Driver’s Licence.
                    Recommendation: Training on HIV and Antiretroviral will be an added advantage
                    in both adult and children. Knowledge Skills and Competencies Required:
                    Knowledge of Social Worker legislation relating to patient care, Knowledge of
                    legislation relating to HIV and ARVs, Sound management, interpersonal and
                    problem solving skills, Good communication skills, Ability to communicate in
                    English and Zulu, Cross – culture awareness, Ability to maintain high level of
                    confidentiality.
DUTIES          :   Key Performances Areas: Render a social worker service with regard to the
                    case, support protection and development of the identity patient group (i.e. HIV
                    patient). Perform all administrative functions of the job, Compile statistics,
                    Participate in the in-service training programme within the clinic. Liaising between
                    ARV clinic, HIV clinic and other components, within and beyond the hospital on
                    behalf of the patients if the need arises, Counseling patients about Anti-retroviral,
                    compliance, side effect and life style changes. Attend meeting related to the clinic
                    within and outside the hospital, Render a supporting counseling service to
                    patients to enable them to cope with the diagnosis, Refer patients to appropriate
                    community resources if the need arises, Provide support to the Lay Counselors
                    attached to the clinic, Provide support for patients outside the hospital.
ENQUIRIES       :   Dr S Govender Tel: 033 506 7007
APPLICATIONS    :   Applications to be forwarded to: The HR Manager, Montebello Hospital, Private
                    Bag x506, Dalton 3236
FOR ATTENTION   :   Ms SE Gumede
CLOSING DATE    :   13 February 2009

POST 04/208     :   SPEECH THERAPIST ONE (1) POST REFERENCE NO: HRM /SPE 02/ 2009
                    Component: Speech and Audiology
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SALARY          :   R94 326 per annum (Other benefits: 13 cheque, 10% scarce skills allowance,
                    12% Rural Allowance, Medical Aid (Optional), Home Owner Allowance
                    (employee subject to meet prescribed requirements)
CENTRE          :   Appelsbosch Hospital
REUIREMENTS     :   National Diploma/ Degree in speech therapy and audiology, Registration with
                    HPCSA as Speech and Audiology Therapist, One (1) year post graduate
                    experience as a Speech Therapist. Knowledge, Skills and Competencies
                    Required: Sound knowledge of Speech Therapy and Audiology diagnostic and
                    therapeutic procedures and equipment, Sound knowledge Occupational Health
                    and Safety and other relevant Health Acts, Planning and organizing, Clinical
                    competence – procedures and dexterity, Communication skills – Team building
                    and problem solving.
DUTIES          :   Key Performance Areas: Provide high quality speech Therapy and Audiology
                    diagnostic and therapeutic service according to patient needs, Give factual
                    information to patients and clients on Speech Therapy and Audiology. Promote
                    good health practices to patients in need of Speech Therapy and audiology,
                    Execute all clinical procedures competently to prevent complications, Educate
                    patients on their conditions whilst ensuring that patient’s right are upheld,
                    Compile reports and memos as required in the working environment, Contribute
                    to overall work processes in the component, Develop and implement an outreach
                    programme aimed at supporting PCH facilities. Implement and sustain in-service
                    training programmes in our catchments areas, Implement quality assurance
                    program in the component.
ENQUIRIES       :   Dr G Lopez Tel: 032 294 8054 Fax: 032 294 0126


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APPLICATIONS              :     Applications should be forwarded to: The Human Resource Manager,
                                Appelsbosch Hospital, Private Bag X215, OZWATHINI, 3242
FOR ATTENTION             :     Ms T A Magwaza
CLOSING DATE              :     13 February 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
CLOSING DATE              :     13 February 2009
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
                                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 04/209               :     MANAGER: SPECIAL OPERATIONS (REF NO P 21/2009)

SALARY                    :     R557 133 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              :     *A Traffic Officer’s Diploma; plus *A minimum of 3 years management
                                experience in road safety and traffic law enforcement; plus *A valid driver’s
                                licence (minimum code B). Knowledge, Skills, Training and Competencies
                                Required: *Broad and in-depth knowledge of administrative policies and
                                practices and managerial functions. *Knowledge of planning and organizing.
                                *Knowledge of SCM Practice Notes. *Knowledge of PFMA and Treasury
                                Regulations. *Knowledge of Delegations of Authority. *Knowledge of Basic
                                Conditions of Employment Act.              *Knowledge of Project Management.
                                *Knowledge of Road Traffic Act and relevant policies / legislation. *Skills in the
                                interpretation and application of policy. *Research, policy development and
                                testing and managerial skills. *Strategic planning and co-ordination skills.
                                *Problem solving and analytical thinking skills. *Strong ability to communicate
                                and present issues to seniors and politicians. *Presentation and facilitation skills.
                                *Negotiation skills. *Computer skills. *Team building and motivation skills.
                                *Leadership skills. *The ideal candidate should have honesty and integrity, be an
                                innovative thinker, reliable, accurate, a team leader and be receptive to ideas
                                and suggestions. *He/she should also believe in openness and transparency,
                                have good verbal and written communication skills as well as good interpersonal
                                relations skills and have the ability to work under pressure.
DUTIES                    :     *Manage public transport and traffic enforcement services. *Ensure compliance
                                to legislation by combating fraud and corruption regarding traffic management.
                                *Provide traffic intelligence services.       *Manage the resources within the
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                    projects within the Directorate and report thereon.          *Manage arms and
                    ammunition of regulated personnel.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr B C Hlabisa Tel. No: 033 – 355 8808
FOR ATTENTION   :   Mr B Hornsby
NOTE            :   It is the intension of this Department to consider equity targets when filling this
                    post.

                                   OTHER POSTS

POST 04/210     :   SENIOR TECHNICAL TRAINING OFFICER:                     MENTORSHIP        TRAINING
                    (MECHANICAL) (2 POSTS) (REF NO P13/2008)

SALARY          :   R145 920 per annum
CENTRE          :   Head Office, Pietermaritzburg (T² Training Centre)
REQUIREMENTS    :   *A relevant National Diploma / Certificate / N3 or Trade Test or equivalent
                    qualification with a minimum of 3 years post qualification appropriate technical
                    experience in the mechanical field; plus a valid driver’s licence (minimum code
                    C1) Knowledge, Skills, Training And Competencies Required: *Knowledge of
                    procurement policies, procedures and guidelines. *Knowledge of Microsoft Word,
                    Excel and Powerpoint. *Knowledge of Public Service reporting procedures and
                    work environment. *Understanding of the Public Service and Departmental
                    policies, objectives and implementation procedures. *Knowledge and experience
                    within a technical and engineering environment. *Extensive knowledge of the
                    mechanics of heavy plant and the interpretation of componentry. *Experience in
                    mechanical engineering training environment would be and advantage.
                    *Knowledge of SAQA and the NQF would be an advantage. *Skills to read
                    mechanical plant flow diagrams and manuals *Application of policy and regulations
                    skills. *Well developed verbal and written communication skills including the ability
                    to network. *Team building skills. *Problem solving and analytical thinking skills.
                    *Motivation skills. *Computer literacy. *Presentation and facilitation skills. *Team
                    building skills. *The ideal candidate should be innovative, honest, reliable, co-
                    operative, be professional and have integrity. He / she should also demonstrate
                    interest in technical training and related fields, be receptive to suggestions and
                    ideas, be able to work in a team, believe in openness and transparency and have
                    a positive attitude.
DUTIES          :   *Ensure apprentices are well trained by assessing training needs, facilitating
                    training and assessing apprentices’ progress and exercise overall control over the
                    apprentices. *Ensure a well trained workforce by facilitating mechanical training,
                    moderating and assessing trainees to meet the Departmental and SAQA
                    Standards and Requirements. *Maintain liaisons with Educational institutions,
                    MERSETA and outside trainers, to assess new educational trends, keep abreast of
                    useful courses and to remain in line with SAQA and CETA and MERSETA’s
                    requirements. *Develop relevant training material that is up to date with
                    Departmental methods and standard, according to T² set standards and in line with
                    SAQA’s requirements. Align the training material with unit standards and with
                    SAQA’s requirements for programme accreditation.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr A C Visser Tel. No. 033-3558889
FOR ATTENTION   :   Mrs S M Nell
NOTE            :   It is the intension of this Department to fill these posts post with a person from
                    the Disabled Community or an African Female or an Indian Female.

POST 04/211     :   CHIEF INDUSTRIAL TECHNICIAN: (MAINTENANCE TRAINING) (REF NO
                    P20/2009)

SALARY          :   R145 920 per annum
CENTRE          :   Head Office, Pietermaritzburg (T² training Centre)
REQUIREMENTS    :   Degree / National Diploma in Civil Engineering, plus A minimum of 3 years
                    technical experience in Road Construction or maintenance field, plus A valid
                    driver’s licence (minimum Code B). Knowledge, Skills, Training and
                    Competencies Required: *Knowledge procurement policies, procedures and
                    guidelines. * Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Acess. *
                    Understanding of the Public Service and departmental policies, objectives,
                    implementation procedures and project and financial management. * Knowledge
                    of Public Service reporting procedures and work environment. * Planning and
                    organizing skills. * Knowledge and experience within a technical and engineering
                    environment.      * Experience in civil engineering training environment.      *


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                    Knowledge of SAQA and the NQF. * Skills in the application of policies. * Team
                    building skills. * Well developed verbal and written communication skills
                    including the ability to network. * Problem solving and analytical thinking skills. *
                    Project Management skills. * Motivations skills. * Computer literacy. *
                    Presentation and facilitation skills.     *The ideal candidate should have a
                    demonstrated interest in technical, training, administrative and related fields, be
                    innovative, receptive to suggestions and ideas, reliable, co-operative, courteous
                    and professional. * He/she should also have a positive attitude, teamwork
                    orientated, honesty and integrity and believe in openness and transparency.
DUTIES          :   *Ensure a well trained workforce by assessing training needs, co-ordinating and
                    facilitating training and moderating and assessing trainees to meet the
                    Departmental and SAQA standards and requirements. * To maintain liaisons
                    with Educational institutions, CETA and outside trainers, to assess new
                    educational trends, keep abreast of useful courses and to remain in line with
                    SAQA and CETA’s requirements. * Develop relevant training material that is up
                    to date with departmental methods and standards and according to T² set
                    standards and in line with SAQA’s requirements. Align the training material with
                    unit standards and with SAQA’s requirements for programme accreditation. *
                    Research and determine the most efficient and effective work procedures and
                    methods from a technical point of view to achieve departmental goals and
                    objectives. * Monitoring external service providers conducting training for the
                    Training Centre.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr B Sursok Tel. No: 033-355 8805
FOR ATTENTION       Mr R Marillier
NOTE            :   It is the intension of this Department to fill this post with a person from the
                    Disabled Community or an Female or Indian Female

POST 04/212     :   FIELD SUPPORT OFFICER (REF NO P19/2009)

SALARY          :   R94 326 per annum
CENTRE          :   Area Office, Newcastle
REQUIREMENTS    :   Junior certificate and/or successful completion of the Road Works Foreman
                    course plus 3 years experience in road maintenance / construction environment;
                    plus a valid Code B Driver’s licence. Knowledge, Skills, Training and
                    Competencies Required: *Knowledge of Maintenance manuals, safety
                    regulations and Costing system. *Knowledge of General Admin procedures.
                    *Knowledge of weekly work and plant returns. *Knowledge of Service delivery
                    programme. *Knowledge of Departmental reporting structure and RRTF’s.
                    *Knowledge of legislation / policies and procedures pertaining to Public Sector.
                    *Knowledge of Disciplinary procedures. *Knowledge of PMDS. *Planning and
                    organizational skills. *Ability to learn, understand and apply. *Problem solving
                    skills. *Supervisory skills. *Communication skills. *Numeracy skills. *Computer
                    skills. The ideal candidate should be responsible, punctual, conscientious,
                    efficient and believe in team work. He / she should also be receptive to
                    suggestions and ideas, comply with the code of conduct, show empathy and be
                    culturally aware.
DUTIES          :   *Effective and efficient supervision, management and assessment of maintenance
                    and Zibambele team. Conduct regular inspection of roads. *Effective and efficient
                    allocation and management of daily work plant to respective areas. *Provide
                    guidance with regard to selection of Zibambele teams and ensure adherence
                    standards. *Timely report losses / thefts / IOD’s and accidents and compile
                    necessary forms / statements.
ENQUIRIES       :   Mr D M Mabena Tel. No: 034-328 4000
FOR ATTENTION       Mr R Marillier
NOTE            :   It is the intension of this Department to fill this post with a person from the
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                   PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: NORTH WEST
                           OFFICE OF THE PREMIER

APPLICATIONS   :     Please submit applications, quoting the reference number, to The Director-
                     General, Office of the Premier, Private Bag X129, Mmabatho 2735.
CLOSING DATE   :     13 February 2009
NOTE           :     Applications must be accompanied by Z83, certified copies of ID, certificates and
                     a comprehensive CV with three (3) contactable referees. Failure to submit the
                     required documents will result in your application not being considered.
                     Qualifications will be verified. The successful candidate for the above position will
                     be required to undergo security clearance. NB: It is the responsibility of the
                     applicant to make sure that foreign qualifications are evaluated by the South
                     African Qualification Authority.

                                    OTHER POST

POST 04/213    :     DEPUTY DIRECTOR: HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (HRD) REF:
                     K45441
                     Directorate: Human Resource Development

SALARY         :     An all inclusive salary package of R344 062 per annum
CENTRE         :     Mafikeng
REQUIREMENTS   :     An appropriate recognised three-year Bachelor’s Degree/National Diploma in the
                     Human Resource Management/Development field. Possession of the Accredited
                     ETDP/OD, Assessor and Moderator Certificates will be an advantage. Extensive
                     managerial experience in human resource management/development
                     environment. A valid driver’s licence.       Knowledge of the Public Service
                     Regulations, Skills Development policies and strategies. Labour Relations Act,
                     and Adult Basic Education and Training (ABET) Act, and skills in Policy
                     formulation and review; Strategic management and leadership; Verbal and
                     written communication; Planning and organisation; Budgeting & Financial
                     management.         Presentation and facilitation; Computer skills, People
                     Management; Conflict Management; Networking; Monitoring and evaluation. Be
                     assertive, innovative, able to interpret/apply policies and able to work under
                     extreme pressure.
DUTIES         :     Facilitate the development/review of Human Resource Development Policies.
                     Coordinate critical human resource development interventions among key role-
                     players. Manage career development processes and the implementation of
                     Internships, Learnerships and ABET programmes both in the department and in
                     Provincial departments. Formulate training strategies. Conduct and monitor skills
                     audit. Investigate and identify patterns of staff development at strategic level.
                     Ensure the effective delivery and coordination of transversal and mandatory
                     training programmes. Coordinate the development of departmental HRD
                     Strategies and Annual HRD Implementation Plans by Provincial Departments.
                     Compile budget and business/operational plan for the HRD Internal component.
                     Monitor expenditure trends against the allocated budget. Manage and evaluate
                     performance of personnel in the unit. Manage and provide resources for the
                     Public Service Training Centre. Manage and prepare reports on the
                     implementation of the WSP.          Prepare quarterly and annual reports to
                     management and the SETA
ENQUIRIES      :     Tselane Letseli, Tel No: (018) 387 8522




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                               PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: WESTERN CAPE
                                         DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
    The Western Cape Education Department (WCED) is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer
committed to effective and efficient service delivery.It is the intention to promote employment equity with the
  filling of these posts. An indication by applicants with regard to their group designation will expedite the
   processing of applications. Excess staff on the same level, will receive preference, if they meet the post
      requirements. Persons with disabilities are welcome to apply and an indication in this regard on the
                                      application form will be appreciated.



APPLICATIONS               :      Please forward your application, quoting the relevant post number, to: JobVest
                                  Response Handling, Private Bag X15, Tyger Valley 7536 or hand-deliver to:
                                  JobVest, 5th Floor, 47 on Strand, Strand Street, Cape Town.
CLOSING DATE               :      18 February 2009.
NOTE                       :      Required documentation: Applications must be submitted on a duly completed
                                  application form (Z 83), which must be signed by the applicant. These forms are
                                  obtainable from any Public Service Department or the Client Services Walk-in
                                  Centre of the WCED Head Office. IMPORTANT NOTE: The post number and/or
                                  the designation of the post must be indicated on the application form. The
                                  application form must be accompanied by an updated Curriculum Vitae with
                                  certified copies of all qualifications, together with full particulars of the applicant’s
                                  identity document number, employment record, training, experience, knowledge
                                  and skills, as well as the names and telephone numbers of three persons, willing
                                  to act as referees. Failure to submit the requested documents/information will
                                  result in the application not being considered. No faxed, E-mailed, or late
                                  applications will be accepted or considered. Applicants are kindly reminded to
                                  make sufficient provision for the time that they will need to ensure that their
                                  application(s) is/are received by JobVest on or before closing date for the receipt
                                  of applications. CVs and supporting documents will not be returned. Note: It will
                                  also be expected of shortlisted candidates to be available for interviews on a
                                  date, time and place as determined by the WCED.

                                                  OTHER POST

POST 04/214                :      DEPUTY CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER: ADMINISTRATION

SALARY                     :      All-inclusive flexible remuneration package of R407 745 – R472 758 per annum
CENTRE                     :      College of Cape Town for Further Education and Training
REQUIREMENTS               :      Qualifications: The candidate must have appropriate academic qualifications,
                                  supported by extensive experience of and insight into the key performance areas
                                  of the required post. The person appointed to this position should have: • a
                                  thorough understanding of the South African Human Resources Development
                                  Strategy with specific reference to the Further Education and Training Colleges
                                  Act 16 of 2006 • a sound understanding of the FET Colleges policies; South
                                  African skills development strategies; human resource management; human
                                  resource development and appraisal systems; financial management; strategic
                                  planning; management information systems; quality assurance systems. Note:
                                  The Deputy CEO: Administration is responsible for the full administrative
                                  leadership and management of the FET College and is accountable to the Chief
                                  Executive Officer of the College.
DUTIES                     :      The person appointed to this position will be required to co-ordinate, manage and
                                  develop supportive administrative systems ranging from human resources to FET
                                  management information systems. A new organisational culture of academic
                                  flexibility and demand driven responsiveness will require from the successful
                                  candidates strong leadership and competencies in: multiple-campus
                                  administration • management information systems • student administration
                                  management • human resources management and development for a large
                                  organisation • financial management • experience in managing multi-million rand
                                  budgets • public management and administration • asset management • risk
                                  management.
ENQUIRIES                  :      Mr Jannie Isaacs at (021) 404-6708.
NOTE                       :      Registered mail must only be sent to Tyger Valley AND NOT to the Cape Town
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                                        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.

APPLICATIONS              :      The District Manager: Eden District Office, Private Bag X6592, George, 6530.
FOR ATTENTION             :      Ms S Pienaar
CLOSING DATE              :      20 February 2009
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.

                                                OTHER POST

POST 04/215               :      CLINICAL PROGRAMME CO-ORDINATOR: WOMEN’S HEALTH, CHILD
                                 HEALTH, TRANING AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
                                 (Central Karoo District)

SALARY                    :      R 205 563 (PN-A4) per annum.
CENTRE                    :      Central Karoo District Office, Beaufort West
REQUIREMENTS              :      Registration with the South African Nursing Council as Professional Nurse and
                                 proof of licence for current year. Basic R425 qualification (i.e. diploma/degree in
                                 nursing) or equivalent qualification that allows registration with the South African
                                 Nursing Council as Professional Nurse. Valid drivers licence (Code B/EB).
                                 Experience: A minimum of 7 years appropriate/reconisable experience in nursing
                                 after registration as Professional Nurse with the South African Nursing Council in
                                 General Nursing. The following will serve as recommendations: Must be fluent in
                                 at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape. Ability to work
                                 under pressure. Presentation and report writing skills. Computer literacy. Ability
                                 to manage tasks simultaneously. Previous experience in this field will be a
                                 recommendation.
DUTIES                    :      Strategic and operational management, coordination monitoring and evaluation
                                 and support of Mother and Child and Women’s Health programmes. Effective,
                                 efficient and sustainable financial planning and coordination of programmes.
                                 Effective, efficient and sustainable liaison framework with other program
                                 managers, sub-district managers, health providers and supervisors. Planning and
                                 coordinating clinical training programs and skills development. Administrate and
                                 manage the effective use of reliable data through surveillance and data. Manage
                                 Human, Financial and Physical Resources.
ENQUIRIES                 :      Ms NE Msindo-Mayeng, tel.no. (023) 414-8200

                                          PROVINCIAL TREASURY
   In line with the Employment Equity Plan of the Western Cape: Provincial Treasury it is the intention to
         achieve equity in the workplace by giving preference to applicants from designated groups.

APPLICATIONS              :      Applications must be submitted to: The Human Resource Practitioner:
                                 Recruitment and Selection, Private Bag X9165, Cape Town 8000 or hand
                                                                              nd
                                 delivered to: 4 Dorp Street, Tower Block, 2 Floor, Room 2-11.
FOR ATTENTION             :      Mr B Damons
CLOSING DATE              :      13 February 2009
NOTE                      :      It will be expected from the selected candidates to be available for interviews on
                                 a date, time, and place as determined by the Provincial Treasury. Applicants may
                                 be subjected to competence assessment testing. Only applications submitted on
                                 a duly completed Z83 form (available from any Public Service Department or on
                                 Website address www.Capegateway.gov.za) with full particulars of training,
                                 qualifications, skills, competencies, knowledge, experience (on a separate sheet
                                 or curriculum vitae), certified copies of identity document and qualifications and
                                 the names of three referees, which will not be returned shall be considered and
                                 those without, shall be disqualified. Section B of the form is compulsory.
                                 Applications sent via fax or e-mail will not be accepted. The Provincial Treasury
                                 will only communicate with short listed candidates who have been selected for
                                 interviews and reserve the right not to make an appointment. As directed by the
                                 Department of public Service & Administration, applicants must note that further
                                 checks will be conducted once they are short-listed and that their appointment is
                                 subject to positive outcomes on these checks, which include security clearance,



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                   qualification verification,   criminal   records,   credit   records   and   previous
                   employment.

                                  OTHER POSTS

POST 04/216    :   ECONOMISTS REF NO: WCPT 02/03/09
                   Chief Directorate Public Finance
                   Directorate Public Finance Policy Research and Modelling

SALARY         :   All all-inclusive package of R 311 358 includes basic salary, state’s contribution
                   to the Government Employee Pension Fund and a flexible portion. This flexible
                   portion of the package can be structured according to the individual’s personal
                   needs.
CENTRE         :   Cape Town
REQUIREMENTS   :   The minimum qualification requirement for this position is a Master’s Degree in
                   Economics / Public Finance / Business Administration or in relevant Public Policy
                   Management •Proven appropriate experience in macro and socio-economic
                   research and analysis, applied intergovernmental (national, provincial and local
                   government) revenue analysis •Proven knowledge of government (national,
                   provincial or local) revenue and expenditure and government financial systems.
                   Required skills: •Creative and innovative researchers keen on working in an
                   applied economic policy environment. •Strong knowledge of economic theory/
                   statistical theory / taxation and sampling techniques •Knowledge of economic
                   indicators relative to national, provincial and local government •Verbal exchange
                   of highly specialized and complex information requiring difficult explanation as
                   well as tact and diplomacy. •Ability to plan and soundly organize. •Ability to
                   negotiate and resolute. •Ability to work under pressure •Ability to produce good
                   written documents/reports, gather and analyse economic data as well as to
                   present findings •Ability to do research and apply econometric skills •Good
                   computer literacy especially MS Office. Personal attributes: •Personal
                   commitment to growing the Western Cape •Self-driven and dynamic •Self-
                   confident, flexible to change and innovative •Ability to work efficiently under
                   pressure.
DUTIES         :   Determine the overall financing envelope for the Western Cape’s •Medium Term
                   Expenditure Framework, resourcing the iKapa PGDS strategy and associate
                   national policies. • Research, assess and provide input to key role players into
                   maximising the Western Cape’s share (and provinces generally) of nationally
                   raised revenue in respect of provincial equitable share and conditional grant
                   transfers. •Research and analyses into the Local Government equitable share
                   and conditional grant transfers from the national and the provincial governments
                   as a key input into the fiscal framework and sustainability assessments of
                   municipalities •Ensure the effective development and expansion of the own
                   revenue base of the provincial government and of municipalities that is in line
                   with relevant legislation, inclusive of research into alternative options for taxation.
                   •Evaluating the evolution of the fiscal governance model in respect of vertical
                   balance and/or imbalance and provincial taxation and borrowing powers,
                   functions and options •Evaluating the range of borrowing and financing
                   instruments in the capital market that are appropriate for both the provincial and
                   local governments and assessing the ability of local and provincial government to
                   access various borrowing and financing instruments •Assessing and assisting to
                   ensure the effective and efficient management of local and provincial government
                   borrowing to finance capital and infrastructure commitments. •Research and
                   development of a revenue estimation model that provides more accurate and
                   robust estimates of own revenue for both provincial and local governments
                   •Research and development of efficiency parameters and ratios that inform least
                   cost analysis in government spent.
ENQUIRIES      :   Mr H Malila at  021 483-6673

POST 04/217    :   PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST REF NO: WCPT 02/04/09
                   Chief Directorate Asset Management
                   Directorate Moveable Asset Management

SALARY         :   R174 243 per annum In addition to the salary mentioned, this post offers
                   competitive benefits which include an annual service bonus, conditional home
                   owners allowance, pension and medical subsidies.
CENTRE         :   Cape Town


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REQUIREMENTS   :   Minimum qualification requirements: • A three year tertiary qualification in
                   Accounting, Auditing, or Law is the minimum requirement / or an equivalent
                   qualification with major subjects in Accounting, Auditing, Commerce • At least 3-5
                   years experience in Supply Chain Management will be an added advantage
                   • Appropriate experience and training in contract management: Other minimum
                   requirements:      • Proven knowledge on procurement strategies and BEE
                   • Knowledge on industry trends and best practices per commodity groups
                   • Extensive knowledge of the Regulatory Framework and Policies governing
                   Supply Chain Management • A code EB license is a pre-requisite. Personal
                   attributes and skills: • Strong ethics • Independent • Strong written and verbal
                   communication • Computer literacy • Strong analytical skills • Ability to solve
                   problems • Presentation skills • Research • Ability to negotiate and display
                   diplomacy and unbiasness • Ability to manage many tasks simultaneously
                   • Ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines                • Contract
                   management skills • Report writing.
DUTIES         :   Key duties: • Provide assistance to departments during procurement process
                   with regards to technical specifications, costing analysis, maintenance and
                   contractual implications     • Assess, monitor and ensure implementation of
                   Procurement frameworks/systems in Departments • Provide input into legislative
                   frameworks/systems in Departments • Provide input into legislative frameworks
                   to promote Procurement compliance and implementation • Handle policy matters
                   pertaining to the content of the job; draft policies, procedures, and prescripts on
                   supply chain management • Asses and monitor the state of SCM throughout
                   provincial departments • Asses and monitor compliance of SCM to the regulatory
                   framework, policies and instructions • Compilation of reports based on the
                   assessments • Compilation of policy and practice notes • Compilation of
                   interventions for training • Attend on and respond to complaints received from
                   departments and suppliers.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms N Ebrahim  Tel. 021 483-4748

POST 04/218    :   PROCUREMENT AND PROVISIONING ANALYST REF NO: WCPT 02/05/09
                   Chief Directorate Asset Management
                   Directorate Moveable Asset Management

SALARY         :   R174 243 per annum In addition to the salary mentioned, this post offers
                   competitive benefits, which include an annual service bonus, conditional home
                   owners allowance, pension and medical subsidies.
CENTRE         :   Cape Town
REQUIREMENTS   :   Minimum qualification requirements: • A three year tertiary qualification in
                   Accounting, Auditing, or Law is the minimum requirement / or an equivalent
                   qualification with major subjects in Accounting, Auditing, Commerce • At least 3-5
                   years experience in Supply Chain Management will be an added advantage
                   Other Minimum requirements: • Appropriate experience and training in contract
                   management • Appropriate experience as a procurement and supply chain
                   professional      • Experience in financial analysis and/or risk management
                   • Experience in capital buying • Experience in vendor management and BEE
                   development • Experience and understanding of the South African marketplace
                   • A valid drivers license is essential. Other requirements: • Proven knowledge of
                   Strategic Sourcing and BEE • Proven knowledge of Supply Chain Management
                   activities • Knowledge on industry trends and best practices per commodity
                   groups • Knowledge of procurement best practices including sourcing strategies
                   and the different mechanisms for procurement • Knowledge on Procurement and
                   provisioning policies/procedures/contract management. Personal Attributes and
                   Skills: • Research and reporting procedures • Client needs • Planning and
                   organising • Interpretation of policy and legislation • Good communication skills
                   with strong emphasis on training abilities • Computer literate and application of
                   MS Office • Auditing • Report writing • Ability to multitask • Ability to work under
                   pressure and meet tight deadlines.
DUTIES         :   To realise effective and efficient acquisition of goods and services for
                   municipalities by: • Monitoring and maintaining information on supply chain
                   management matters • Assisting and advising with the implementation on supply
                   chain management • Providing technical assistance and training to municipalities
                   • Capacitating self by attending courses/seminars arranged by manager.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms N Ebrahim  Tel. 021 483-4748.




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                                                                                                     ANNEXURE T

                   THE UNIVERSAL SERVICE AND ACCESS AGENCY OF SOUTH AFRICA
                                              (USAASA)
The universal Service and Access Agency of South Africa (USAASA) is established in terms of the Electronic
Communications Act of 2005. USAASA is an equal employment employer, supportive of the objectives of the
  Employment Equity Act, and encourages suitably qualified individuals from all groups including special
                                          designated groups.

APPLICATIONS              :     Please e-mail: davidr@usaasa.org.za; or tshepiso@usaasa.org.za or fax to
                                0866946531 – Deliver to Block No. 21 – Thornhill Office Park – 94 Bekker Road
                                – Vorna Valley – Midrand - Quote Ref No: 3/1/4/1/ (K)
CLOSING DATE              :     13 February 2009
NOTE                      :     Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. Interested
                                candidates can forward their curriculum vitae with certified copies of their
                                qualifications and at least two referees. If you have not been contacted within
                                three (3) months of the closing date of the advertisement regard your application
                                as unsuccessful.

                                        MANAGEMENT ECHELON

POST 04/219               :     HEAD: RESEARCH & STRATEGY

SALARY                    :     All inclusive salary package of R675 276 per annum.
REQUIREMENTS              :     An appropriate Master’s degree or equivalent qualification and applied research
                                experience, knowledge and skills *Excellent analytical skills *Extensive
                                experience in and knowledge of policy analysis *Advanced writing skills *Proven4
                                projects management experience and general managerial experience *Ability to
                                analyse issues and trends pertinent to the ICT sector *Advanced skills in the co-
                                ordination and initiation of research assignments *Ability to take initiative,
                                demonstrate strategic and leadership capabilities and manage teams and work
                                as part of a team *Ability o communicate clearly with colleagues and various
                                stakeholders at all levels *Necessary knowledge of the Agency’s legislation and
                                policies, including the operation of the Agency’s institutions and stakeholders
                                *Ability to maintain sound interpersonal relations *Knowledge of the PFMA,
                                Treasury Regulations and ECA: *A valid drivers licence (Code 08) *Computer
                                literate with sufficient skills and knowledge of Microsoft applicants *Willingness to
                                travel extensively and work under pressure.
DUTIES                    :     Provide directions and support to all aspects to research including design
                                analysis, report writing and quality assurance *Initiate and undertake responsive
                                research to support policy development and implementation *Establish and
                                maintain research network conceptualise, design, plan, co-ordinate and manage
                                research projects. *Manage and provide research support to various business
                                units *Provide conceptually and theoretically sound advice to USAASA *Monitor
                                internal and commissioned research in the Agency. Determine and co-ordinate
                                the Agency’s research and agenda. Manage the dissemination of research
                                outputs *The Agency’s research resource nucleus i.e. manage a research
                                tracking and repository system *Identify trends in the Agency’s policy research
                                *Liaise with internal as well as external researcher, academics and State
                                departments *Promote best practice in research *Assume the managerial
                                responsibilities and duties attached to the post, e.g. supervise and assess the
                                performance of personnel *Provide constant reviews and updates on current
                                debates and trends in the field of ICT sector.
ENQUIRIES                 :     Mr. David Rangateng – Senior Personnel Officer (011) 564-1600.
NOTE                      :     The successful candidate will report to the Chief Executive Officer and will have
                                to sign an annual performance agreement.

POST 04/220               :     SENIOR MANAGER: RISK AND GOVERNANCE

SALARY                    :     All inclusive salary package:    R 675 276 per annum that can be structured
                                according to individual needs.
CENTRE                    :     Midrand

REQUIREMENTS              :     Applications are invited from dynamic persons in possession of a B degree in
                                Law / Business Administration or related disciplines with appropriate experience
                                in risk management and corporate or commercial environment to manage the


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                   Risk and Governance unit. Post-degree qualification will be an added advantage
                   *Proven knowledge of PFMA and Treasury Regulations*Senior management and
                   strategic management experience*Knowledge and understanding of corporate
                   Governance systems, best practice and its application in South Africa and
                   International jurisdiction as well as its application in South Africa*Knowledge and
                   understanding of the regulatory environment in which the ICT sector operate and
                   its application*Knowledge and understanding of the development,
                   implementation and monitoring of risk and governance systems and
                   procedures*Project management ability * Excellent verbal and written
                   communication skills*Computer literacy*Good organizational and planning
                   skills*Ability to work in a team environment, work under pressure and meet
                   deadlines*Strategic thinking, problem solving and strong negotiation skills*Good
                   analytical and communication skills
DUTIES         :   Responsible for all aspects of risk and governance issues in the Agency *develop
                   a risk framework* Identify, evaluate, mitigate and monitor risks in terms of the
                   framework *Provide strategic information about risks and vulnerabilities that may
                   have systematic impact on the Agency’s deliverables *Monitor and reporting on
                   treatment plans on risks and governance issues *Review financing strategies and
                   provide advice on risk and risk mitigation*Review risks associated with funding
                   and Treasury related products and tools* Evaluate the macro impact of risks
                   arising from external environment and legislation *Responsible for providing
                   strategic direction for the management on Corporate Governance.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms. Sharonne Scheepers – Senior Manager Human Resources (011) 564-1600.
NOTE           :   The successful candidate will report to the Chief Executive Officer and will have
                   to sign an annual performance agreement.

POST 04/221    :   CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

SALARY         :   All inclusive salary package of R675 276 per annum.
REQUIREMENTS   :   A relevant Financial Management degree (B.Com Accounting, B.Com Audit etc)
                   or equivalent is compulsory. Chartered Accountant or completed articles will be
                   an added advantage * Extensive experience in all aspects of financial
                   management and Supply Chain Management at a senior management level. In-
                   depth knowledge and application of the Act (PFMA), Treasury Regulations,
                   corporate governance systems, GRAP and GAAP. Excellent verbal and written
                   communication skills. The ability to work in a team environment and under
                   pressure and meet deadlines. Good planning and strategic leadership skills.
DUTIES         :   Business and financial strategy and planning * Monitoring and reporting,
                   including management and development of financial policies systems, processes
                   and procedures * Provide strategic guidance and expert advice on financial
                   management matters, business ethics and budgetary matters * Contributing to
                   strategic planning and development and keeping and distributing financial
                   records and reports. Other areas of responsibility: company insurance, SLA’s,
                   contracts and agreements, negotiations, (e.g. rental of premises, disposals of
                   assets, and service level agreements), major supplier/customer/partner
                   relationships and strategies, approvals and accreditations.
ENQUIRIES      :   Ms S Scheepers – Senior Manager: Human Resources (011) 564-1600.
NOTE           :   The successful candidate will report to the Chief Executive Officer and will have
                   to sign an annual performance agreement.

POST 04/222    :   PROGRAMME MANAGER: PROJECTS

SALARY         :   All inclusive salary package of R 557 133 per annum.
CENTRE         :   Midrand
REQUIREMENTS   :   *An appropriate degree / national diploma or equivalent qualification in financial
                   or Project Management and with proven senior projects and /on a senior level.
                   management experience within ICT sector. *Computer literacy in Word
                   processing, Spreadsheets, PowerPoint, Database and Microsoft Projects or
                   equivalent package. *A valid driver’s licence. Recommendations: *Knowledge of
                   financial prescripts. *Well develop written and verbal communication, liaison and
                   planning ability. *Accurate decision making skills
DUTIES         :   *Manage and monitor numerous facets of the projects programmes, inclusive of
                   contract administration. *Compile, manage and monitor budget and expenditure.
                   *Consult with project leaders at all relevant stages in project cycle. *Ensure
                   ongoing consultation and buy-in from relevant stakeholders. *Liaise with relevant
                   parties. *Help resolve disputes and differences that may arise with private


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                parties. *Implement and manage all information systems necessary for the
                proper planning and executions of the PPP project. *Report to the Head of
                management as and when necessary. *Prepare, compile and consolidate any
                information as may reasonably be required by the Agency from time to time with
                the Five PPP project. *Establish building programmes with client
                departments/stakeholders. *Ensure proper updating of information on projects in
                a database. *Monitor progress on site. *Prepare and submit reports. *Apply the
                legislative and policy framework informing the area of operation.
ENQUIRIES   :   Mr. David Rangateng: Senior Personnel Officer (011) 564-1600.
NOTE            The successful candidate will report to the Head of USAF Projects and will have
                to sign an annual performance agreement.




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