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DATE OF ISSUE: 24 FEBRUARY 2012 TO ALL HEADS OF NATIONAL DEPARTMENTS/GOVERNMENT COMPONENTS

DEPARTMENTS/PROVINCIAL

ADMINISTRATIONS/

PROVINCIAL

PUBLIC SERVICE VACANCY CIRCULAR NO 08 OF 2012 1.

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Introduction 1.1

The aim of this Circular is not only to distribute advertisements of vacancies to departments and employees throughout the Public Service, but also to facilitate the deployment of employees who are in excess.

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As regards the latter issue, National Departments/Provincial Administrations and Government Components are called upon to give serious consideration during the filling of vacancies to the absorption of employees who have been declared in excess if they apply.

Directions to candidates 2.1

Applications on form Z83 with full particulars of the applicants’ training, qualifications, competencies, knowledge and experience (on a separate sheet if necessary or a CV) must be forwarded to the National Department/Provincial Administration/Government Component in which the vacancy/vacancies exist(s).

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Applicants must indicate the reference number of the vacancy in their applications.

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Applicants requiring additional information regarding an advertised post, must direct their enquiries to the National Department/Provincial Administration/Government Component where the vacancy exists. The Department of Public Service and Administration must not be approached for such information.

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Applications should be forwarded in time to the advertising department since applications received after the applicable closing date will not be accepted.

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Considering the aim of this Circular (see paragraph 1.1 above), advertisements contained herein are meant for the attention/perusal of serving employees only. Persons not employed in the Public Service may thus not apply for the vacancies advertised in this Circular, except if the relevant department has extended the scope of its recruitment initiative to persons not employed in the Public Service, in which case the relevant vacancy will have been advertised through other means such as the media. (Clarity in this regard can be obtained from the relevant advertising National Department/Provincial Administration /Government Component).

Directions to National Departments/Provincial Administrations/Government Components 3.1

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

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It must be ensured that employees declared in excess are informed of the advertised vacancies. Potential candidates from the excess group must be assisted in applying timeously for vacancies and attending where applicable, interviews.

Directions to National Departments/Provincial Administrations/Government Components in which vacancies exist 4.1

Where vacancies have been identified to promote representativeness, the measures contained in Chapter 1, Part III. D2 of the Public Service Regulations, 2001 must be complied with. Advertisements for such vacancies should state that it is intended to promote representativeness through the filling of the vacancy and that the candidature of persons whose transfer/appointment will promote representativeness, will receive preference.

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Candidates must be assessed and selected in accordance with the relevant measures contained in Chapter 1, Part VII. D of the Public Service Regulations, 2001.

AMENDMENTS

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PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: KWAZULU NATAL: DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: Kindly be advised that posts that were placed o Public Service Vacancy Circular No 07 of 2012 for Department of Health only the posts no’s that are indicated hereunder NEED TO BE WITHDRAWN. Deputy Manager: Payroll & Voucher Control: Level 11 (Post 07/88) Ref No:G30/2012 Assistant Manager: Payroll & Voucher Control; Level 9( Post 07/93) Ref No:G32/2012 Senior Finance Management officer: Accounts Payable: Level 8( 5posts) Post 07/95) Ref No: G33/2012 Senior Finance Management officer: Payroll & Voucher Control: Level 8 (Post 07/96) Ref No:G34/2012


INDEX NATIONAL DEPARTMENTS NATIONAL DEPARTMENT

ANNEXURE

PAGES

ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS

A

03 – 04

HEALTH

B

05 – 07

INDEPENDENT COMPLAINTS DIRECTORATE

C

08

JUSTICE AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

D

09 – 16

MINERAL RESOURCES THE PRESIDENCY

E F

17 – 18 19 – 21

TOURISM

G

22 – 23

TRADE AND INDUSTRY

H

24

WOMEN, CHILDREN AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

I

25 – 29

PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATIONS PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION

ANNEXURE

PAGES

GAUTENG

J

30 – 32

KWAZULU NATAL

K

33 – 43

NORTHERN CAPE

L

44 – 47

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ANNEXURE A DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS 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. CLOSING DATE APPLICATIONS

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05 March 2012 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, to the Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, private Bag x 447, Pretoria, 0001.The National Department of Environmental Affairs is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. MANAGEMENT ECHELON

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DIRECTOR –WASTE POLICY AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AP17/2012

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R716 034 per annum (all inclusive remuneration package) Pretoria An appropriate recognized three year Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification in Law or Natural Sciences. She/he must have an understanding of the policy and legislative framework governing pollution and waste management. Five years experience of working in the waste management field will be an added advantage. Three or more years experience in legislation drafting and policy development. Three or more years technical experience in environmental/waste information management. Experience in project management. The incumbent must have leadership experience. Skills Required: Legislation drafting, Report writing, good interpersonal relations, well-developed communications skills, analytical thinking, business and legal writing skills, advanced computer skills. Excellent time management and discipline in terms of keeping to deadlines. The incumbent will be required to travel and must be able to work independently and efficiently under pressure Develop national policies, strategies, legislation, norms and standards on pollution and waste management. Collect, maintain, manage and disseminate information on pollution and waste management. Undertake and promote appropriate research on pollution and waste management. Undertake, coordinate and oversee planning, for the waste sector. Monitor and evaluate planning frameworks across all spheres of government in relation to pollution and waste management. To manage stakeholder relationships. To establish and maintain internal controls and reporting systems in order to meet performance goals. To provide support to key stakeholders on information and knowledge management. Ms Nolwazi Cobbinah Tel (012) 310 3356 Ms T Makitla OTHER POSTS

POST 08/01

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CONTROL BIODIVERSITY OFFICER (ALIEN AND INVASIVE SPECIES BIOSAFETY) AP8015/2012

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Appropriate salary will be determined according to the Public Service regulatory framework (based on OSD) Pretoria An appropriate recognized three year Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification in Natural/ Environmental Science. A post graduate qualification will be an added advantage. Extensive experience in policy development, Biosafety, Microbiology, management and research entailing Alien and Invasive Species and Genetically Modified Organisms. Skills: planning, organising, analytical, auditing, problem solving, excellent communication (verbal and written), research, financial management, change management, knowledge management and Service Delivery Innovation (SDI) skills. Understanding of policy and legislative framework governing risk management strategies for Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) and Alien and Invasive Species (AIS) .The ability to work independently and efficiently under pressure. Valid driver’s licence. Develop and co-ordinate a National Response Strategy for management of Alien and invasive species in South Africa ●Assist competent authorities to control and eradicate existing invasive species listed in terms of the National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act, 2004 (Act 10 of 2004) with emphasis on urgent action in biodiversity priority areas ●Co-ordinate the implementation of national strategies to address Bio Safety and alien and invasive species research ●Facilitate the national implementation of international agreements pertaining to Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) and Alien and Invasive Species (AIS) ●Co-ordinate national stakeholder focus discussions on AIS and Bio Safety matters. Ms W Mandivenyi 012 310 3396 Ms T Makitla

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BIODIVERSITY OFFICER PRODUCTION: POLICY DEVELOPMENT AP8016/2012

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Appropriate salary will be determined according to the Public Service regulatory framework (based on OSD) An appropriate recognized three year Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification in Natural/Environmental Sciences. ● Sound knowledge of biodiversity issues, and experience in policy formulation and implementation of biodiversity-related legislation is essential, in particular the National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act (Act No 10 of 2004) and its associated regulations ● Experience in or an advanced knowledge of the implementation of provisions of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) ● Advanced knowledge of sustainable use of natural resources, alien and invasive species, threatened or protected species and CITES-listed species ● Good managerial, organizational, communication, interpersonal and administrative skills ● Knowledge of financial management ● A valid driver’s license will serve as an added advantage. Key Performance Areas: The successful candidate will be required to assist the sub-directorate responsible for the: Development of national biodiversity-related regulations, norms and standards, policies, strategies, programmes, indicators and other legislative tools relating to the sustainable use of wildlife resources, with specific reference to threatened or protected species, alien species and listed invasive species and CITES-listed species; Providing the legal framework to facilitate the implementation of and compliance with multilateral environmental agreements (CITES and CBD) through the development of appropriate and relevant legislative provisions in terms of NEMBA; Providing sound advice to line function staff and stakeholders outside the Public Service on the sustainable use of wildlife resources relating to threatened or protected species, alien species and listed invasive species and CITES-listed species; Facilitate and coordinate public awareness on issues relating to the sustainable use of wildlife resources with specific reference to threatened or protected species, alien species and listed invasive species and CITES-listed species. Ms M Boshoff 012 310 3534 Ms T Makitla

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ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: LOCAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT AP6017/2012

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R221 058 per annum (Total package of R310 937 per annum conditions apply) KZN - Amajuba District Municipality (Newcastle) An appropriate recognized Bachelor’s degree or National Diploma in Environmental Management/ Environmental Sciences/ Developmental Studies or equivalent qualification as well as training in project management coupled with relevant extensive experience in the field of environmental management. Relevant experience in community facilitation and development; government planning processes (especial Local Government planning) and spatial planning; interacting with provincial and local authorities. In-depth knowledge of environmental legislations and their application, Project management, Intergovernmental Relations, Expanded Public Works. The following skills will serve as recommendations, computer literacy, good verbal and written communication skills, interpersonal, coordination and stakeholder management, organizational, facilitation and a good understanding of government planning processes. The successful candidate must have a valid driver’s license. Support all departmental programmes/activities aimed for the municipalities. Support Environmental Planning/ Management in the municipalities: facilitate the development of environmental sector plans in the municipalities; advice the municipalities on municipal mandates in line with different environmental legislations and their application. Facilitate & coordinate environmental capacity building initiatives: conduct capacity analysis to assess the capacity of the municipality to carry out their environmental management mandate; facilitate capacity building initiatives for the municipalities. Support municipal planning process and forums/ structures: participate in the municipal planning processes such as Integrated Development Planning and ensure the integration of environmental priorities. Support the implementation of Social Responsibility Programmes: support the project identification; planning; implementation and monitoring and evaluation; facilitate stakeholder engagement in projects. Mr L Dombo (012) 310 3042 Mr M Mashele

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ANNEXURE B 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

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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, Civitas Building, Corner of Struben and Andries Streets, Pretoria. Applications should be submitted on form Z83 obtainable from any Public Service Department and should be accompanied by a CV (previous experience must be comprehensively detailed) and certified copies of qualification certificates, service certificates, including ID and driver’s licence. Place applications in green box at Security. No faxed 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 and other vetting 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. MANAGEMENT ECHELON

POST 08/04

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DIRECTOR: CONDITIONAL GRANT REF.NO. NDOH 20 /2012

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An all inclusive remuneration package of R685 200 per annum inclusive of basic salary of 60% 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 applicable guidelines of the Senior Management Service. Chief Directorate: HIV and AIDS and STI, Pretoria. *A three-year Bachelor’s degree/National diploma or equivalent NQF 6 Certificate in Health and/or a Financial field *Five years relevant experience in Financial Management and HIV and AIDS issues at the level of Deputy Director *Strong demonstrated experience in financial management and reporting (accounting and budgeting) skills *Effective and strong communication (written and verbal) skills *Good working knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), Treasury Regulations, Division of Revenue Act (DORA), Preferential Procurement Policy Act, Supply Chain Management, Public Service Act, Public Service Regulations and Basic Accounting System (BAS) *Computer literacy in MS Office Suite, MS Windows and/or Windows XP *A valid driver’s licence. *Oversee all financial management activities and ensure that financial management systems are effective and properly maintained and are compliant with DORA *Develop Annual Provincial and National Business plans *Ensure alignment of the planned targets with the NSP, APP and DHP *Cost all planned activities to determine the required funds for implementation *Monitor and ensure compliance by provinces in submitting monthly and quarterly reports in line with DORA timeframes *Ensure compliance by provinces in submitting performance data reports for each intervention to National Department of Health (NDoH) *Conduct monitoring and support visits to all provinces, at least twice annually, in line with DORA for verification of reported expenditure and programme performance *Generate Performance reports (quarterly and annual) to be submitted to National Treasury and SCOF *Consolidate quarterly reports and annual report and submit to National Treasury quarterly and annually respectively Dr TD Mbengashe at tel (012) 395 9157 5 March 2012 (Applications received after the closing date will not be considered). OTHER POSTS

POST 08/05

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ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: NURSE TRAINER Reference number NDOH 18/2012 (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).

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R221 058 per annum (plus competitive benefits) Chief Directorate: HIV and AIDS and TB. Directorate: TB/HIV/STI Nurse Trainer. Pretoria. *A three-year Nursing/Medical Sciences degree or diploma *Registration with a health professional body/ council *At least two (2) years experience in the Training of nurses and/or Health Care Workers (HCW) *Proven experience in working with key stakeholders, capacity building for volunteers as well as counsellors and HCW’s *Clinical experience managing patients with RB/HIV/STI *Experience with health management as well as interacting with and

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mobilising communities *Sound and in-depth knowledge of relevant prescripts, applications of human resources as well as understanding of the legislative framework governing the Public Service *Computer skills including database management *Project and financial management skills *Good planning, organisational, analytical and interpersonal skills *Good communication (written and verbal) skills *Must be willing to travel and work irregular hours *A valid driver’s licence. *Responsible for strengthening nurse training programmes around HIV/AIDS and TB *Liaise with the Chief Directorate: Human Resources and tertiary institutions to ensure national guidelines are incorporated into curricula *Liaise with professional associations to accredit courses for continuing professional development *Assist to convene a National Training Task team to review available training materials and write, disseminate and finalise draft national training materials (electronic presentations) and submit for approval *Co-ordinate the printing and distribution of training materials and annual review and amending thereof *Co-ordinate the production of a best practice document on how to set up TB/HIV Training Districts *Co-ordinate training of provincial master trainers and provide support to provincial master trainers to train other trainers *Maintain a database of the number of health workers trained. Dr A Vilakazi/Nhlapo at tel (012) 395-9218. 19 March 2012 (Applications received after the closing date will not be considered).

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POST 08/06

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SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER REF.NDOH 19/2012 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, 1991 will not be considered for the post).

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R185 958 per annum (plus competitive benefits). Chief Directorate: Corporate Services: Directorate: Support Services, Pretoria. National Diploma or equivalent NQF 6 in Public Administration or any related Administration qualification. At least two years experience in office administration. Knowledge and experience in Departmental procedures with regard to finances and budgeting. Sound and in-depth knowledge of relevant prescripts and application of human resources as well as understanding of the legislative framework governing the Public Service. Knowledge of Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and Treasury Regulations. Knowledge of PERSAL system and LOGIS. Computer literacy. Good communication skills (written and verbal).Good planning and organisation skills. A valid driver’s licence. *Control of documentation within the Directorate *Manage the mail register, receiving documents, registering documents and disseminate documents to the relevant personnel *Ensure adequate provision of stationery for the unit *Collection of salary advices for the staff *Keep record of personnel payroll *Ensure that all confidential documents are treated as such *Administer Human Resources Management functions *Prepare submissions on vacant posts *Coordinate interviews for the directorate *Organise training courses for the directorate *Register leave applications for the internal staff *Prepare and administer office budget and expenditure control *Advise the staff regarding the directorate’s spending *Maintain filing system in the directorate *Make travel and accommodation arrangements for officials * *Ensure safekeeping of information and documentation *Retrieve requested documents from files *Provide logistical support to Directorate *Coordinate the procurement of stationery and computer consumables*Capturing of requisitions, goods receipt and compiling documents for payment *Approval of LOGIS transactions in line with financial delegations *Liaising with private companies for required goods not offered by stores. Ms SL Vilane tel. (012) 395 9374. 19 March 2012 (Applications received after the closing date will not be considered).

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EPIDEMIOLOGY AND SURVEILLANCE OFFICER 3 POSTS REF.NDOH.21/2012

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R149 742 per annum (plus competitive benefits). Chief Directorate: Health Information, Epidemiology, Evaluation and Research: Directorate: Epidemiology and Surveillance, Pretoria. *A three year degree/National diploma or equivalent NQF 6 certificate in Health Sciences. A relevant post -graduate degree would be an advantage *One (1) to two (2) years experience in management of databases. *Knowledge of and experience in health surveillance systems. *Excellent computer skills in statistical packages. *Good communication skills (written and verbal). *Good interpersonal skills *Good organizational and planning skills *Preparedness to travel regularly to provinces. A valid driver’s licence. *Manage and process health surveillance data. Responsible for the National Outbreak Response team activities *Compile Epi-comments and statistical notes publications *Provide technical support to other units in the department and the provinces on Epidemiology related activities*Manage the notification system of Notifiable Medical Conditions. *Assist the directorate in the coordination of the National Antenatal, HIV and Syphilis Prevalence Survey* Assist in information requests from the public including parliamentary questions Dr T Mosala at tel. (012) 395 8140

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CLOSING DATE

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5 March 2012 (Applications received after the closing date will not be considered).

POST 08/08

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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER REFERENCE NUMBER NDOH 17/2012 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.

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R149 742 per annum (plus competitive benefits) Chief Directorate: Compensation Commissioner for Occupational Diseases. Directorate: Compensation Commissioner for Occupational Diseases. Johannesburg. *A three year degree/National diploma or equivalent NQF 6 Certificate in Office Administration or Public Administration/Public Management *Two to three years experience in office administration *Extensive knowledge of Batho Pele Principles *Knowledge of the Occupational Diseases in Mines and Works Act, (Act 78 of 1973) *Knowledge of Mine Workers Compensation System *Knowledge of Metro filing system *Computer literacy *Ability to work under pressure *Must be willing to travel and work irregular hours *Good presentation skills *Good planning and organisationsl skills *Report writing skills *Initiative and customer care skills *Good interpersonal relations *Good communication skills (written and verbal) *Valid driver’s licence. *Ensure that the enquiries section’s policies and procedures are implemented *Ensure that enquiries staff attend to clients in a satisfactory manner *Ensure adherence to the Batho Pele Principles *Ensure that the right beneficiaries are compensated *Ensure that the processing of claims is streamlined *Ensure that all documents submitted by the clients are complete *Ensure that the system is updated. Ms T Khaka at tel (011) 713-6900. 19 March 2012 (Applications received after the closing date will not be considered).

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PERSONAL ASSISTANT I REFERENCE NUMBER NDOH 22/2012 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).

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R121 290 per annum (plus competitive benefits) Chief Directorate: Financial Planning and Health Economics. Directorate: Public Private Partnership. Pretoria. *Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or equivalent NQF 4 Certificate/Secretarial diploma *At least one (1) year experience in rendering a support service to senior management *Knowledge and experience in general office and provisioning administration *Basic knowledge of financial management *Proactive and ability to work independently *Computer literacy (MS Word, MS Windows, Excel, PowerPoint and GroupWise) *Good planning and organisational skills *Good telephone etiquette *Good interpersonal relations *Good communication skills (written and verbal) *Provide a secretarial/receptional support service to the Director *Manage the Director’s diary *Type submissions, letters and memorandums *Arrange meetings and refreshments for the Director’s office *Take minutes during meetings as requested *Assist with the administration of the Director’s budget *Check and correlate BAS reports to ensure that expenditure is allocated correctly *Handle all incoming and outgoing correspondence *Maintain filing system *Trace files and documents when required *Ensure the safekeeping of all documentation in the office of the Director in line with the relevant legislation and policies *Update filing system regularly *Make travel and accommodation arrangements and process subsistence claims for the Director *Manage the leave register and telephone accounts for the Director *Operate standard office equipment (fax, photocopy machine, telephone *Assist in other logistics in the unit. Ms H Motsogi/ Mr Solani Khosa at tel (012) 395-8107 12 March 2012 (Applications received after the closing date will not be considered).

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ANNEXURE C INDEPENDENT COMPLAINTS DIRECTORATE The Independent Complaints Directorate is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. It is our intention to promote representativity in terms of race, gender and disability within the Department through the filling of posts. Candidates, whose appointment/promotion/transfers would be considered will promote the achievement of employment equity within the ICD, will receive preference. Candidates in the Pretoria and surrounding areas will receive preference. NOTE

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Applications should be submitted on a Z83 obtained from any Public Service Department, accompanied by a comprehensive CV, certified copies of qualification, ID document and driver’s license. OTHER POST

POST 08/10

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CASE ANALYST 1 REF NO: Q9/2011/42

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R 101 007 per annum Empangeni Grade 12/ Matric plus at least one (1) year legal experience. Knowledge of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Law of Evidence, Human Rights and SAPS investigation systems and procedures will count in the candidates favour. Ability to conduct research electronically and manually as well as computer literacy. Knowledge of government’s broad transformation objectives and initiatives is essential. A relevant degree or Diploma will count in the candidates favour. Interpersonal as well as good verbal/written communication skills are essential. Applicants must be willing to work irregular hours and under extreme pressure. A valid card driver’s Licence is essential. Key competencies include: Consultations with complainants; Receipt and registration of complaints from members of the public; Analyse such complaints and classify them according to the relevant classifications; Assist with monitoring of cases and compilation of statistics; The candidate will also assist with administration tasks and typing; Ensure that cases are captured on the database upon receipt; Administration of manual registers. MR Sibani Ndlovu @ 031 310 1300 Independent Complaints Directorate, Private Bag X 54303, Durban, 4000.Or hand delivered to: No 22 Dorothy Nyembe (Gardiner) Street, 3st Floor, The Marine building, Durban. 15 March 2012 The successful candidate will have to undergo security vetting. His/ her character should be beyond reproach. Applications should be submitted on a Z83 obtained from any Public Service Department, accompanied by a comprehensive CV, certified copies of qualifications, ID and drivers Licence. Preference will be given to employees who have been declared in excess and person with disabilities. If you have not been contacted within 3 months after the closing date of these advertisements, please accept that your application was unsuccessful, as communication will be made with the shortlisted candidates only.

POST 08/11

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ACCOUNTING CLERK: EXPENDITURE Re-Advert: People who applied before are encouraged to apply again

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FOR ATTENTION CLOSING DATE

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R84 483 per annum Pretoria Applicants should be in possession of a Matric and or Relevant Bachelor’s degree/diploma added as advantage. Basic accounting knowledge and experience; Working knowledge of BAS and LOGIS will be an added advantage; Knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act and National Treasury Regulations. Computer skills (MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel); Ability to work under pressure and prepared to work irregular hours; A valid driver’s license is an advantage. Key competencies include: Verify all allocation codes and supporting documentation for payments received. Preparation of BAS payments for capturing. Perform reconciliation of creditors’ statements. Process of creditor payments and employee payments on BAS. Capturing of invoices for payments on LOGIS. Handling of Petty Cash. Safe keeping of state money. Handling of Cashier duties. Sending of EBT stubs to suppliers and employees. Ensure adherence to the PFMA and Treasury Regulations. Handling of all relevant telephone enquiries. Mr M Mohale @ (012) 399 0214 Independent Complaints Directorate Private Bag X 941 Pretoria 0001, City Forum Building, 114 Vermeulen Street, Pretoria 0002 Mr M Matsapola @ (012) 399 0210 09 March 2012

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ANNEXURE D DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT NOTE

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Applications must be submitted on Form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the internet at www.gov.za. A Z83 & CV must be accompanied by certified copies of qualifications, identity document and driver’s license where necessary. A SAQA evaluation report must accompany foreign qualifications. Applications that do not comply with the above mentioned requirements will not be considered. 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. Shortlisted candidates will be subjected to a personnel vetting process. 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. MANAGEMENT ECHELON

POST 08/12

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SENIOR IT PROJECT MANAGER 4 POSTS REF: 12/73/ISM Three Years Contract

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CLOSING DATE NOTE

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R716 034 per annum (All Inclusive). The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. Please note that this is a re-advertisement and previous applicants need not re-apply for the positions. National Office,Pretoria A National Diploma/Degree in Information Systems/Technology/Computer science or equivalent qualification at NQF6; Five (5) years relevant IT management experience which includes at least three (3) years SDLC project management experience; Project Management of Organizational Turnaround Projects will be an added advantage; Knowledge and experience of PMBOK methodologies and processes. Business Analysis experience will be an added advantage. Skills and Competencies: Good communication (written and verbal) skills; Project Management and Management skills; Good interpersonal relations; Creative and analytical; Ability to work independently and under pressure; Vendor/Supplier Contract and Service Level Management skills; Attention to detail. Project Management of systems development projects as per SDLC including project initiation, business process analysis, solution design, solution development, solution testing, solution piloting, solution training, solution deployment, post implementation support. Management of deliverables from Vendor/Supplier and other organizational delivery entities. Ensure effective and consistent communication with all stakeholders throughout the project lifecycle; Manage all project issues, incidents, risks and changes; Produce regular status reports for management; Manage project documentation and configuration management for audit requirements and compliance; Produce the benefits tracking documents and ensure that the project attain the envisaged benefits. Manage business readiness activities including training, change management and communication. Ms E Zeekoei  (012) 315 1150 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria. 05 March 2012 Please note that this is a re-advertisement and previous applicants need not re-apply.

POST 08/13

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DIRECTOR: JUSTICE CRIME PREVENTION AND SECURITY CLUSTER COORDINATION REF: 12/89/CS 1 Year Contract

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R685 200 – R819 240 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. National Office; Pretoria An appropriate Bachelor’s degree; Five years management experience; A qualification in project management or strategic management would be an advantage; Knowledge of government’s priorities and objectives, especially relating to the JCPS Cluster; Understanding of the challenges facing the country’s Criminal Justice System; A valid driver’s license. Skills and Competencies: Strategic capability and leadership skills; Good planning, Conceptualization and Organizational skills; Competency in monitoring and evaluation process; Communication

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(written and verbal) skills; Computer literacy; Analytical and numeric skills; Ability to interact at high levels, work under pressure and meet deadline; Innovative and creative thinking. Key Performance Areas: Provide strategic, administrative, logistical and secretariat support to the Integrated Justice System (IJS) Development Committee; Ensure that the IJS Development Committee meets its reporting obligations in the Cluster; Facilitate the development of a common strategic approach for the Cluster and ensure alignment with government’s priorities and objectives; Ensure effective coordination with other Cluster Committee Secretariats and the Presidency and proper functioning of the JCPS Cluster; Ensure strategic alignment between the JCPS Cluster and other relevant clusters; Monitor and provide strategic guidance to the Provincial IJS Development Committee structures; Facilitate the establishment of provincial, area and local JCPS structures and the two-way flow of information between structures; Prepare and account for the Budget of the Office. Ms C Patrick (012) 315 1150 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The Human Resource: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria 12 March 2012

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DIRECTOR: CHILD JUSTICE AND FAMILY LAW REF: 12/65/CS Job Purpose: To manage all aspects within the Family Law and Child Justice.

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R685 200 – R819 240 per annum (all inclusive). The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. National Office, Pretoria LLB or a four year Law Degree; 6 years in Legal Administration and Management; A valid driver’s license. Skills and Competencies: Strategic capability and leadership; Communication skills; Organizing and Leadership skills; Programme and Project management; Change management; Computer skills (MS Office); Service Delivery Innovation. Key Performance Areas: Manage the implementation of legislation related to Family Law and Children in courts; Monitor and submit internal and external reports; Initiate and manage projects for the effective implementation of legislation of Family Law and Children; Manage budgets and provide monthly expenditure reports; Compile requests for legal opinions and give advice on legal issues relating to Family Law and Children; Provide effective people management; Respond to Parliamentary questions and handle ad hoc tasks; Provide the manager with information that impacts on strategy and policy issues on the Branch emanating from inter-sectoral engagement; Ms C Patrick  (012) 315 1150 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. or Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria. 12 March 2012 Preference will be given to women and people with disability. OTHER POSTS

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SENIOR ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEY, LP-6 REF NO: 12/60/SA

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R501 933– R706 899 per annum. (Salary will be in accordance with OSD determination).The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. State Attorney: Pretoria An LLB or four year recognized legal qualification; At least 8 years’ appropriate post qualification legal/litigation experience; Admission as an Attorney; Right of appearance in the High Court of South Africa; A valid driver’s license. Skills and Competencies: Computer literacy; Communication (written and verbal) skills with the ability to motivate and direct people; Supervisory and mentoring skills; Legal research and drafting; Case flow management; Strategic and conceptual orientation; Project management; Creative and analytical; Problem solving and conflict management; Key Performance Areas: Guide and train Candidate State Attorneys; Handle litigation and appeals in the following Courts: High Court, Magistrate Court, Labour Court, Supreme Court of Appeal, Constitutional Court, Land Claims Court, CCMA, Tax and Tax tribunals; Attend to liquidation, insolvency queries and conveyancing as well as notarial services; Draft and/or settle all types of agreements on behalf of the various client departments; Render advice and legal opinions for the benefit of client departments; Handle all forms of arbitration and including interdepartmental arbitrations; Register trusts, companies and debt collection. Ms K.C Ngomani  (012) 357 8661

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Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal Address: Human Resource: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development; Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical Address: Application Box, First Floor, Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Building, Pretoria, 0001. 27 February 2012 A current certificate of good standing from the relevant law Society must accompany the application.

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FAMILY ADVOCATE; LP-7 – LP-8: REF NO: 12/55/FA

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R452 256 – R750 282 per annum. Salary will be in accordance with OSD determination. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. Family Advocate: Mthatha An LLB Degree or recognized four-year legal qualification; Admitted as an Advocate; Admitted as an attorney with the right of appearance in the High Court will be an advantage; The right of appearance in the High Court of South Africa; At least 5 years appropriate post qualification, litigation experience. A valid driver’s license. Skills and Competencies: Litigation ;Advocacy; Legal research and drafting; Dispute resolution; Case flow management. Key Performance Areas: Execute the mandate of the Office of the Family Advocate; Perform all functions and duties of the Family Advocate in accordance with relevant legislation; Endorse settlement agreements or commenting thereon; Institute enquires to ascertain the best interest of the minor child by means of ADR procedures and evaluation; Attend to Hague matters when delegated to do so; Attend to relevant circuit courts within the province. Mr M G Kooko (012) 315 1164 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The Human Resource: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria. 12 March 2012

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LEGAL RESEARCHER REF:12/71/CS Division: Office of the Chief Family Advocate

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R221 058 – R260 388 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. National Office, Pretoria An LLB or four year recognized legal qualification; 3 years relevant experience; Knowledge of Family Law; A valid driver’s license. Skills and Competencies: Computer literacy; Report writing skills; Research and analytical skills; Ability to integrate knowledge from diverse sources; Accuracy and attention to detail; Project management, including planning and organizing skills; Ability to work under pressure. Key Performance Areas: Develop and conduct legal research in support of the Family Advocate as a Central Authority; Maintain monthly statistics of the Hague Convention matters and liaise with International Central Authorities; Update the Office of the CFA with the ratification and acceptance by South Africa or by other participating states; Maintain the Family Advocate’s webpage in relation to General Information and decided cases pertaining to work done; Monitor and bring attention to the Office of the CFA and its subordinates the new developments in law and jurisprudence; Conduct any other research related matters as required by the Office of the Chief Family Advocate. Mr M. G. Kooko (012) 315 1164 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The Human Resource: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria 12 March 2012

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COURT MANAGER 15 POSTS REF NO: LIMPOPO: 12/12/LMP AND WORCESTER: 9/12/WC

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An appropriate 3 year Bachelor’s Degree or 3 year Diploma or National Diploma in Service Management (NQF Level 5) plus the module on Case Flow Management or relevant and equivalent tertiary qualification ● At least 3 year’s management or supervisory experience. The following will serve as strong recommendations: ● Knowledge of, and experience in, office and district administration ● Knowledge of financial management and the PFMA● A valid code EB driver’s license. Skills and competencies: ● Computer literacy ● Strong leadership and management capabilities ● Strategic capabilities ● Good communication (verbal and written). Key Performance Areas: ● coordinate and manage the financial and human resources of the office ● coordinate and manage risk and security in the court ● manage the strategic and business planning processes ● manage the facility, physical resources, information and communication related to court ● implement departmental policies at the courts ● compile and analyse court statistics to show performance and trends ● support case flow management at the court ● compile annual performance and statutory reports to the relevant users ● develop and implement customer service improvement strategies ● lead and manage the transformation of the office ● manage the projects intended to improve court management ● manage communication and relations with the internal and external stakeholders ● manage service level agreements Limpopo: Mr. Madibana MH. (015) 287 2025 or Cape Town: Mr J Manuel at Tel: (021) 462 5471 Separate applications must be made for each centre if applying for more than one post and failure to do so will result in consideration given to the first choice only. Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: LIMPOPO: The Regional Head, Department of Justice & Constitutional Development, Private Bag x9526, Polokwane 0700 OR Physical address: Reception area, Limpopo Regional Office, 92 Bok Street, Polokwane, 0700. CAPE TOWN: The Regional Head, Department of Justice, X 9171, Cape Town, 8000 OR Physical address: Eleventh floor Plein Park Building, Plein Street, Cape Town For Attention: Ms M Baker Fortune 12 March 2012

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SYSTEM CONTROLER: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT REF NO: 12/74/CFO 12 months contract position

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R221 058 +37% (in lieu of benefits) =R302 849.46 National Office; Pretoria An appropriate 3 years qualification, Degree/ National Diploma in Supply Chain Management or equivalent; Relevant experience in SYSCON Financial Systems; At least 3 years working experience in Supply Chain Management; Knowledge of PFMA; Treasury Regulations and Supply Chain Management processes and procedures; Knowledge of call centre environment will be an added advantage (e.g. handling written and telephonic enquiries). Skills and Competencies: Computer literacy (MS Office); Communication (written and verbal) skills; Problem solving and analytical thinking skills; Customer care skills; Sound organizational, planning and interpersonal skills Key Performance Areas: Perform all system controller functions; Maintain code structure on JYP in line with approved Departmental establishment; Monitor and report back on goods return notes issues as well as cancellation of orders; Manage the call center, log calls with SITA and provide feedback to users promptly; Attend to audit queries relating to the system; Assist the SCM division with administrative support as and when requested. Ms. E Zeekoei Tel: (012) 315 1436 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: Human Resource: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria. 12 March 2012

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SENIOR PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION OFFICER REFERENCE: 12/64/MAS This is a re-advertisement; candidates who previously applied are encouraged to re-apply

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R185 958 – R219 048 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. Master Of High Court: Cape Town A three year Bachelor’s degree/National Diploma in Public Administration/Finance or equivalent qualification; 3 years relevant experience on JYP system with regard to provisioning administration and finance management; Knowledge of procurement and provisioning prescripts, PFMA, National Treasury Regulations , DFI and Public sector prescripts; A valid driver’s license will be a recommendation; Skills and Competencies: Communications Skills (Verbal and Written); Computer literacy (Ms Office); Analytical skills; Report writing skills; Interpretation skills; Problem solving skills.

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Check procurement documentation prior to procurement process and authorizing payment documents; Print open orders from JYP on monthly basis and provide statistics or procurement expenditure; Control stock items in storeroom and perform ad hoc stock taking to combat losses; Perform quarterly asset verification, maintain asset and Labour Saving devices registers; Maintain and update office inventory lists of office furniture/equipments and dispose of obsolete/defective furniture/equipments; Assist with yearly budget inputs, safe guarding and monitoring of Government contracts; Ensure effective people management. Ms Z Buthelezi (012) 315-1264 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The Human Resource: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria. 27 February 2012

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ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: VETTING SERVICES REF NO: 12/80/COO

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R149 742 – R176 391per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. National Office, Pretoria A 3 year National Diploma in Social Science or equivalent qualification; At least 1 year experience in administration; Practical 5 years investigation experience A valid driver’s license; Skills and Competencies: Computer literacy (MS Office) Interpersonal relation skills Ability to work under pressure Attention to details Analytical skills. Excellent communication (written and verbal) skills. Key Performance Areas: Administer vetting files and provide complete reports Conduct vetting investigation as well as fieldwork; Render administrative support services; Maintain all vetting files Ms T Mdluli  (012) 315 1893 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The Human Resource: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria. 12 March 2012

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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER: REFERENCE: 12/72/JC

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R149 742 – R176 391 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. Justice College, Pretoria Appropriate Bachelor’s Degree/National Diploma or equivalent qualifications; At least 1 year relevant experience in administrative process in a Public Sector environment; Knowledge of Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), Treasury Regulations and other relevant prescripts; A valid driver’s license. Skills and Competencies: Communication skills (written and verbal); Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel, e-mail and internet); Ability to work under pressure; Willingness to work long hours when required. Key Performance Areas: Responsible for all administrative duties for Justice College; Ensure procurement, receiving and issuing of goods or services; Liaise with suppliers and other stakeholder; Maintain the asset register for Justice College; Provide effective people management. Ms C Pfeil  (012) 315 1271 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The Human Resource: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria. 12 March 2012

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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER REF: 12/61/CLO

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R149 742 – R176 391 per annum the successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement National Office: Pretoria Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification in Management/Administration; 1 year administrative experience; Knowledge of departmental strategic goals as well as departmental and prescripts; General knowledge of corporate services in Government; Knowledge of Justice Yellow Pages (JYP) will be added advantage. Skills and Competencies: Communication (written and verbal) skills; Computer literacy (MS Office, MS Word); Interpersonal relations; Customer

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service orientation; Ability to work independently, yet as part of a team when required and work under pressure and meet deadlines; Basic Report writing. Key Performance Areas: Provide logistical support services for the integrated branch meetings and operations; Conduct follow-ups on CLO’s instructions to ensure prompt execution by relevant branches; Liaise with Senior Manager, National Office and other stakeholders with regard to Corporate Services matters; Attend to record less-complicated Corporate Services enquiries; File the Office support services records and maintain the filing system; Order stationery for the Office Support Services; Render administrative Support and other duties as may be allocated from time to time. Mr J. Motsoene  (012) 357 8646 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal Address: The Human Resource: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development; Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical Address: Application Box, First Floor, Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Building, Pretoria, 0001. 05 March 2012

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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER REF: 12/75/SA

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R149 742 – R176 391 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. State Attorney, Bisho A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification; At least one (1) year relevant experience in Office and District Administration; Knowledge of Treasury Regulations, PFMA and Performance Management; Knowledge of Procurement and Provisioning; Valid driver’s license. Skills and Competencies: Computer literacy (MS Office); Good communication (verbal and written) skills; Ability to interpret and apply policy; Problem solving and interpersonal skills; Supervisory skills; Analytical skills; Planning and co-coordinating skills Key Performance Areas: Coordinate and executes all administrative processes in the office of the State Attorney such as registry, transport, operators and messengers; Handle special projects such as Social Welfare and Home Affairs matters; Procure Goods and Services for the office; Manage, asset and stock control and assist with budget; Co-ordinate office functions, Conferences, Workshops, etc; Provide effective people management. Mr B Sibiya  012 357 - 8650 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical Address: Application Box, First Floor, Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Building, Pretoria, 0001. 12 March 2012

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COMMUNICATION OFFICER: MEDIA SERVICES REFERENCE: 12/79/PEC

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R149 742 – R176 391 per annum. The successful candidates will be required to sign a performance agreement. National Office A 3 year qualification in Social Science or equivalent qualification; 1 year experience in Public Community Outreach environment; A legal certificate and or background will be an added advantage; A valid driver’s license. Skills And Competencies: Excellent presentation (public speaking) and report writing skills; Ability to understand and apply legislation; Research, analytical thinking and problem solving skills ; Ability to work independently and under pressure; Mediation and conflict resolution skills; Understand the environment of disadvantaged communities and victims of crime; Basic Financial Management skills; Computer literacy especially MS word and Power Point Presentation; Creative project design and organizational skills; Project Management skills. Key Performance Areas: Co-ordinate, plan, convene and facilitate workshops/ information sessions/ outreach projects with communities; Conduct research into the needs and perceptions of communities with regards to the services offered by the department; Distribute information material; Establish partnership with members of civil society who deal with justice related matters; Ms N Mngadi  012 315 1717 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: Human Resource: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria. 05 March 2012

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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER: NATIONAL REGISTER FOR SEX OFFENDERS REF: 12/81/CS 1 year contract

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R149 742 + 37% = R209 146 per annum (All inclusive). The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. National Office 3 years National Diploma in Administration/Management or an equivalent qualification; At least one year relevant experience in Office Administration, financial management and liaison with stakeholders; Knowledge of government provisioning and procurement processes and Public Finance Management Act and budgetary/financial management will also be an advantage. Skills And Competencies: Computer literacy (MS office); Project Management; Communication (verbal and written) skills; Interpersonal skills; Customer Service Orientation; Be able to work under pressure and maintain a positive attitude. Key Performance Areas: Render administrative services; Perform any other office administration duties as directed by the Supervisor; Develop and maintain a sound filing and record-keeping system; Ensure proper records keeping of complaints received and resolved. Develop and maintain database of stakeholders. Assist with the coordination of workshops, training and meetings. Mr GM Kooko  (012) 315-1164 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical Address: Application Box, First Floor, Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Building, Pretoria, 0001. 05 March 2012

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R149 742 – R176 391 per annum. The successful candidates will be required to sign a performance agreement. National Office, Pretoria A 3 years relevant Degree or National Diploma in HRM; Minimum of 1year experience in Human Resource Management within the Public Service; Knowledge/Experience of Public Service prescripts in relation to HR. Skills and Competencies: Organizing skills; Analytical and decision-making skills; Computer literacy (Ms Office); Communication skills (verbal and written); Interpersonal skills; Accuracy and attention to detail. Key Performance Areas: Provide general administrative support and efficient resource management; Assist in monitoring and reviewing of Human Resource policies; Provide guidelines on recruitment process; Handle advertising, HR databases and response handling of the HRM; Provide monthly statistics, analyze and report to the manager; Provide effective people management. Mr G Ntobeng  (012) 315 1736 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The Human Resource: 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. 12 March 2012

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ADMINISTRATION OFFICER - FACILITIES MANAGEMENT REFERENCE: 12/VA21/NW

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R 149 742 – R176 391 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. Regional Office, Mmabatho A three year bachelor degree/ diploma in Administration / or relevant and equivalent tertiary qualification; At least 1 - 3 year relevant experience; A valid drivers’ licence; Skills and competencies: Excellent communication skills ( verbal and written); Computer literacy (MS Office); Problem solving; Ability to work under pressure and deliver according to tight deadlines; Ability to work individually and within a team; Administrative and organizational skills; Customer care; Supervisory/leadership skills; Accuracy and attention to detail. Render registry services; Management of facilities, leases and state houses; Maintenance of facilities; Submit space and cost norm of buildings or additional accommodation needs; Compilation of building needs; Direct and manage projects aimed at improving the administrative efficiency; Work directly with external stakeholders i.e. other departments; Manage and supervise administrative staff in the sub directorate including the management of PMDS within the directorate. Ms. W Jacobs at  (018) 397 7054 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional Head, Private Bag X2033, Mmabatho, 2735. OR Physical address: Reception area, North West Regional Office, Ayob Gardens, 22 Molopo Road, Mafikeng, 2745 11 MARCH 2012

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SECRETARY: NATIONAL REGISTER FOR SEX OFFENDERS REF: 12/82/CS 1 year contract

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R101 007 + 37% in lieu benefits= R138 379 per annum. The successful candidates will be required to sign a performance agreement. National Office Grade 12 (with typing as subject or Secretarial Certificate or any other training/qualification that will enable the person to perform the work satisfactorily); Knowledge of Financial Provisioning and/or Administration procedures and processes; Knowledge of procedure and processes applied in Office Management; Understanding of confidentiality in Government. Skills and Competencies: Planning and organizing skills; Intermediate typing skills (ability to do high speed typing and utilize software packages effectively to type more advanced documents which include tables, graphs); Language skill and ability to communicate well with people at different levels and from different backgrounds; Ability to correctly interpret relevant documentation; Computer literacy; Good interpersonal relations and customer service orientation; Proper usage of office equipments. Key Performance Areas: Make travel arrangements, process travel and subsistence claims for the manager and members of the Unit; Coordinate Units activities and reports; Record appointments and events in the diary of the Manager; Operate office equipment such as fax machines, photocopies, etc. and ensure that it is in good working order; Source information which may be of importance to the Manager (e.g. news papers, clippings, internet articles and circulars); Provides support to manager regarding meetings; Remains up to date with regards to prescripts/policies and procedures applicable to the work terrain to ensure efficient and effective support to the manager; Draft routine correspondence submissions, reports and other correspondence and notes; Keep a complex document filing and retrieval system. Mr GM Kooko  (012) 315-1164 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: Human Resource: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria. 05 March 2012

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TELECOM OPERATOR: SECRETARIAT REF: 12/33/MC

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R84 483 – R99 516 .The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. Magistrates Commission Grade 12 or equivalent qualification; Experience in the operation of switchboard; Experience in Clerical / Administrative function will be an added advantage; Skills and Competencies: Communicate (written and verbal) skills; Interpersonal and organizational skills; Computer literacy; Ability to work under pressure and in a team. Key Performance Areas: Handle incoming and outgoing calls, and convey messages; Update departmental telephone directory and test the switchboard consoles; Record and maintain the register for security-related matters; Ensure proper maintenance of the switchboard equipment; Prepare the telephone printouts for private calls, keep records and provide statistics thereof; Maintain the Teltrace system; Render administrative services. Ms C Patrick  (012) 315 1150 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The Human Resource: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Postal address: Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001.OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria. 12 March 2012

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The Director-General, Department of Mineral Resources, Private Bag X59, Arcadia, 0007 or hand delivered to Trevenna Campus, corner Mentjies and Schoeman Street, Sunnyside 13 March 2012 Ms M Palare / Mr S Matlakala 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. Applicants who do not comply with the above-mentioned requirements, as well as application received late will not be considered. Confirmation of final appointment will be subject to a positive security clearance. Due to the large number of responses anticipated, correspondence will be limited to short listed candidates only. Short listed candidates will be contacted within three weeks after the closing date. Applicants who have not been contacted during this period may regard their applications as unsuccessful. MANAGEMENT ECHELON

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DIRECTOR: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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R 716 034 per annum, (all inclusive package) Level 13 Head Office (Pretoria) An appropriate recognised Bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent qualification in Information Management and Information Technology environment plus relevant experience in Information Technology. A postgraduate qualification in the relevant field, ITIL, COBIT standards, TOGAF will be an added advantage. A sound understanding of strategy development and implementation coupled with extensive experience in management. Good leadership qualities and proven track record in information technology, sound experience in project management and business quality management. Strong interpersonal relations, negotiations skills, communication skills, analytic skills and problems solving skills. A valid driver’s licence. PLUS the following key competencies: 2Knowledge of:iStrategy formulation and ImplementationiProgramme ManagementiInformation TechnologyiProject ManagementiMonitor Expenditure against budget in terms of treasury regulationsiFull understanding of the structures, management and government processes within the Department iUnderstanding/experience of test methodologies and techniques – both structured and exploratoryiResearch and policy developmentiIT LAN and WAN infrastructure, Information Security, VOIP, VCX support and Virtual infrastructure 2Skills:iExcellent ManagerialiCommunication and Interpersonal iStrong Leadership and OrganisationaliClient Focused, Facilitation and PresentationiReport WritingiCommunication between government departments, business organizations and institutions at executive level 2Communication:iGood Listener and Communicator (written and verbal)iAssertive and able to communicate with people at different levels 2Creativity:iOrganisational Knowledge CustodianshipiManaging, Coaching and empowering othersiProblem SolvingiSelf driven and Innovative KRA’s: Determination of norms and standards for the delivery of IT and formulate IT policy and project plansiAlign the department’s information technology strategies with the strategic direction of the departmentiPromote effective management of information and information technology as an enabling strategic resource, Resolve LAN and WAN connectivity issuesiDevelop and maintain departmental IT infrastructure, Information Security as well as monitoring and implementation of ICT policies and Procedures to regulate and govern ICT usage, Manage Service Desk and Desktop support, Service requests, Information security issues, Resolve Server related issues, Support the virtual environment(Server & Desktop)iPrevent unnecessary duplication and redundancy of IT in the departmentiTake leadership role in knowledge management and do diagnostic action research to enable the strategic and conceptual orientationiEstablish and maintain a helpdesk service to improve service delivery and Manage the Directorate. Ms Cathy Leso (012) 444-3865 OTHER POSTS

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VETTING INVESTIGATOR

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following areas will be an advantage: analysis, conflict management, listening and interviewing skills. PLUS the following key competencies: 2Knowledge of:iApplicable legislation/ legal mandate with regard to vetting (MISS, National Strategic Intelligence Act, National Vetting Strategy, etc.)2Skills:iAnalytical skillsiCustomer focus and responsivenessiSelfmanagementiAcceptance of responsibilityi computer skills (MS Office) iPlanning and organizingiNumeracy skillsiproblem-solving 2Communication: Language proficiencyiListening skillsiReport writing skillsiInterviewing skillsi diplomacy 2Creativity: InitiativeiInnovationiCreative. KRA’s: Conduct Vetting Fieldwork InvestigationsiGather relevant information iConduct proper analysis and quality checks on informationiCompile and submit reports to management and State Security Agency, Domestic Branch (SSA: DB) on all vetting files and reports completed on regular basisiConduct vetting investigations in respect of Confidential, Secret and Top Secret levelsiProvide inputs for the development and implementation of policies, guidelines, norms and standards in vetting investigationsiAnalyse, research and evaluate all vetting related informationiAssist in the development, implementation and maintenance of investigation operational proceduresiProvide advice and guidance on the interpretation and application of legislation, policies and procedures iEnsure effective communication between the Department, SSA: DB and other related agenciesiLiaise regularly with SSA: DB, SAPS, SASS, Defence, Home Affairs and other stakeholders for advice and assistance with regard to vetting as well as special eventsiEstablish and promote relationships with external stakeholders, including information credit providers, to access informationiParticipation in task teams dealing with matters relating to vetting and security Administer vetting files and reports Mr N Dlamini 012-444 3039

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TRAINING OFFICER

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R121 290 per annum, Level: 6 Head Office (Pretoria) A B- degree / National Diploma in Human Resources Development with relevant experience PLUS the following key competencies: 2Knowledge of:iKnowledge of Skills Development Act & Skills Development Levies ActiEmployment Equity ActiSAQAiUnderstanding of SETA functions and requirements iKnowledge and Understanding of NSDSiABET iDevelopment of policiesiKnowledge of research & Human resources 2SkillsiCommunication skilliComputer skillsiWriting skillsi Facilitation SkillsiPresentation skillsiPolicy development skills 2Communication:iAbility to negotiateiCommunicate at all levels 2Creativityi Problem solving iInnovative. KRA’s: Liaise with service providers on the design and development of learning interventionsiOversee/monitor learning interventionsiReport on the outcomes of learning interventions iAssess the impact of training interventionsiReport on progress with the implementation of the WSP iProvide advice and guidance on training programmes and learning interventions Mr L Nemudzivhadi 012 444 3724

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R121 290 per annum, Level: 6 Head Office (Pretoria) A B- degree / National Diploma in Human Resources Management or equivalent qualification coupled with relevant experience PLUS the following key competencies: 2Knowledge of:iKnowledge Human Resources policies and prescripts. Performance ManagementiConditions of Services. Recruitment and selectioniAppointmenti Retention / Attractions iActing allowanceiUp or down gradingiTransfers / PromotionsiKnowledge of Persal2Skills: Interpersonal skillsiPlanning and Organising skills iProblem solving 2Communication:iAbility to negotiate iInterpersonaliCommunicate at all levels 2Creativity:iProblem solvingi Information evaluation. KRA’s: Offer advice and guidance regarding Human Resources matter to the business units of the departmentiCapture relevant HR data on PersaliDraft letters for the Directorate regarding HR matters on an ongoing basis. Ms M Mamaganyane  012 444 3350

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ANNEXURE F THE PRESIDENCY The Presidency is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. It is our intention to promote representivity (race, gender and disability). The candidature of persons whose transfer/appointment will promote representivity will receive preference. Candidates with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Candidates will be subject to a security clearance up to the level of “Top Secret”. APPLICATIONS

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The Presidency, Private Bag X1000, Pretoria, 0001 or hand deliver at 535 Proes, Arcadia, Pretoria. Mr K Futhane 09 March 2012 @ 16h00 Applications must be submitted on form Z83 and should be accompanied by certified copies of qualifications, ID 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. Shortlisted candidates will be subjected to screening and security vetting to determine the suitability of a person for employment. Failure to submit the requested documents will result in your application not being considered. No faxed or e-mailed applications will be considered. OTHER POSTS

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DEPUTY DIRECTOR: PROTOCOL AND ADMINISTRATION 3 POSTS Chief Directorate: Protocol, Ceremonial and Events Management

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All inclusive remuneration package of R434 505 per annum (level 11) Pretoria An appropriate Bachelor’s degree/diploma or equivalent (NQF level 6) plus a minimum of 5 years relevant experience OR a Senior Certificate with a minimum of 8 years relevant experience. A good understanding of Protocol and Ceremonial matters as well as International Relations. A valid driver’s licence. Competencies: Computer literacy, proficiency in second international language, other than English would be a recommendation. Excellent planning, organisational, communication and interpersonal skills, negotiation and leadership skills. Diplomacy, Project Management, Ability to pay attention to detail, team player, capable of handling a wide range of tasks, ability to work quickly, independently, under pressure and meet deadlines. Financial management and good interpersonal skills. Ensure that all Protocol and Ceremonial matters are attended to with Political Principals, locally and abroad. Manage all Protocol functions, Project a positive image of the Principals and advise the Political Principals and public on Protocol and Ceremonial matters. Manage and coordinate planning of public appearances of the Political budget and expenditure, Supervise staff, Travel as and when required. Mr M Feni (012)300-1448

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DEPUTY DIRECTOR: CORPORATE IDENTITY & FRONTLINE STAFF Corporate Information Management

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R 434 505 per annum (level 11) Pretoria An appropriate 3 year National Diploma / Degree or equivalent qualification plus at least five (5) years experience in a relevant field. The candidate must have excellent planning, communication, and organising skills, must be computer literate, have a good knowledge of the South African Art environment. The candidate must further have good project management and report writing skills. A driver’s licence would be an added advantage. The candidate will be responsible for the development and maintenance of a Corporate Identity for The Presidency and its principals in line with the objectives of the office and the larger Government brand. Render assistance and training to all stakeholders in the implementation of the corporate identity, develop of policies and strategies to control and maintain the brand across all offices and manage the frontline service at all points of entry to the Presidency. Ms A Nothling (012) 308 1722

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ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: CORPORATE IDENTITY AND FRONTLINE STAFF Corporate Information Management

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An appropriate 3 year National Diploma / Degree or equivalent qualification plus at least a minimum of three (3) years experience in a relevant field. The candidate must have good planning, communication, and organising skills, must be computer literate. The candidate must further have good and report writing skills, and must be client service orientated. A driver’s licence will be an added advantage. The candidate will be responsible to assist in the development and maintenance of a Corporate Identity for The Presidency and its principals. Render assistance to all stakeholders in the implementation of the corporate identity, assist in maintaining the brand and manage the frontline service at all points of entry to the Presidency. Ms A Nothling (012) 308 1722

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SENIOR WORK STUDY OFFICER Directorate: Organisational Development

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R185 958 per annum (Level 08) Pretoria A tertiary education (Degree/Diploma) i.e. National Diploma: Organisational and Work Study/ Management Services (Public Service/Office) or Certificate in Organisational and Work Study/Management Services and relevant 3-5 years experience. Analytical & problem solving skills, communication & computer skills, Report writing & formulation, Organizing, planning and coordinating skills. Basic Research Negotiation skills. Ability to listen and Interpret, Facilitation skills Execute organisational development interventions (organisational structures, post provision, etc. Execute job/work analyses to provide advice on: Process, procedures, office accommodation, labour saving devices, form design, management systems, etc. Job demarcation (job description and specifications). Job grading (job evaluation). Assist with/participate in the administration of efficiency related management systems (approved establishment, job evaluation, etc.). Advice on the implementation of the findings of interventions and job/work/process analyses investigations. Ms M Naidoo (012) 300 5883

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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Office of the Deputy President

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R149 742 per annum (Level 07) Cape Town The candidate must be in possession of Bachelor Degree/National Diploma (or equivalent on NQF level 6) with 3 years administrative experience OR Grade 12 with 6-10 administrative experience. Knowledge of prescripts, policies and practices. Experience and knowledge of Political, Parliamentary and Cabinet processes in South Africa. Problem solving skills, planning and organizing skills, report writing and communication skills. Client orientated and customer focused. Willingness to work under pressure and irregular hours. Assist with administrative tasks within the Office and ensure that the office is manned at all times. Provide support to the Private Secretariat and Deputy Director: Administration. Receive and respond to all public enquiries received in consultation eith the Deputy Director. Receive, acknowledge and process all correspondence received in the office. Ensure that all correspondence is routed timeously to the correct recipient (s) within the Office in consultation with the Deputy Director. Serve as a contact and liaison person between Cape Town and Pretoria offices. Control stock and stationer in the office. Mr Solani Chauke (012) 300 5278/021 464 2177

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SUPPLY CHAIN OFFICER Supply Chain Management

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R149 742 per annum (level 7) Pretoria Bachelor Degree/diploma in Logistics Management or Supply Chain Management or an equivalent NQF level 6 certificate. Knowledge of Supply Chain Management procedures. Logistical Information System ( LOGIS) Revised Procurement Regulations 2011, Treasury Regulations. Good communication skills both written and verbal. The successful candidate will be responsible of the 0-9 file follow up of all outstanding orders. Communicate with the supervisor with suppliers that don’t deliver goods or service. Monitor the diary of orders receive goods and record receipts. Issue goods and record issues. Ensure that invoices are certified in time and keep records. Capture such receipts on-line. Monitor commitments report against orders in the file. The successful candidate will also be required to deal with audit queries and will also be a member of the stock take team. Mr P Maila (012) 308-1956

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POST 08/41

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CLEANER Directorate: Accommodation Services

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R59 625 per annum (level 2) Pretoria ABET training with relevant experience in cleaning. Good communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to read and write. Clean all areas of the building such as offices, toilets, lifts, storerooms, conference rooms, court yards, entrance, exists, stair cases, passages and stoops. Dusting and polishing of all furniture. Polishing of door handles and office numbers, window handles grids, flags poles, carpet rods, ornaments and brassware. Vacuum of carpets and upholstery. Sweeping of courtyards, entrance exists, stair cases and stoop. Cleaning of washing of dust bins. Assist with moving furniture. Refuse removal. Cleaning of ashtrays. Washing of windows. Cleaning of bathrooms and toilets. Reporting of all defects in the building. Washing and ironing of curtains, table cloths, flags and toilet seats. Cleaning and filling of water bottles and glasses. Assist in serving, providing tea, coffee during meetings. Washing of dishes and glassware. Ensure effective and efficient use of cleaning equipment and materials. Assist with work related matters in cases of absenteeism, emergencies and crises even outside designated areas. Assist in storing of trunks and computer boxes. Cleaning and emptying of shredding machine bags. Hanging and removing of curtains. Hanging of pictures/photos and paintings. Loading and off loading of items. Ms H Farland (012) 308-1701

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FOOD SERVICE AID II Directorate: Accommodation and Household

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R59 625 per annum (level 2) Pretoria ABET training with relevant experience in the hospitality industry and cleaning. Good communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to read and write Preparing and serving refreshments and cleaning. Preparation and serving of beverages and other refreshments. Preparing in advance for the serving of refreshments at meetings and functions. Assisting outside of the normal working area and/or outside normal working hours in cases of the absence of colleagues, or during extraordinary events. Cleaning and filling of water bottles. Washing of dishes and dish cloths. Washing and ironing of table cloths. Cleaning of kitchens – working area, floor, windows and kitchen equipment. Safekeeping and maintenance of catering and other equipment and utensils. Ensure effective and efficient use of kitchen equipment and cleaning materials. Removal of kitchen waste. Cleaning of waste bins. Polishing of silver and brass ware. Ms H Farland (012) 308-1701

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ANNEXURE G DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM APPLICATIONS

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The Director-General, National Department of Tourism, Private Bag X 424, Pretoria, 0001 or hand deliver to Tourism House, 17 Trevenna Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria, 0002. For the attention of Mr P Sengwane. 16 March 2012 In order to be considered, applications must be submitted on a Z83 form, accompanied by all required certified copies of qualifications, Identity Document, proof of citizenship if not an RSA citizen and a comprehensive CV (including three contactable references). The Department of Tourism is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. It is our intention to promote representivity (race, gender and disability) in the Department through the filling of these posts. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted within three months of the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. The Department reserves the right not to make an appointment. Note: short-listed candidates will be subjected to screening and security vetting to determine the suitability of a person for employment. OTHER POST

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SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER: OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR-GENERAL NDT18/2012

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R185 958 per annum (Total inclusive package of R268 349 per annum /conditions apply) Pretoria An appropriate recognized Degree/National Diploma and/or Grade 12 or equivalent qualification with extensive experience in office administration The incumbent must have good interpersonal skills, ability to communicate and write at all levels, organizing and problem solving skills. Good computer literacy. Good administration, writing/ typing skills and the ability to draft minutes. The incumbent must have knowledge of the overall government administrative policies, and the Public Service in general. Assist in the maintenance of general administrative support services for the effective coordination of the Directorate: Administration in the office of the Director-General. Assist with the facilitation of the Ministerial and Director-General’s referrals and completed workflow. Support services for the Sub Directorate: Administration by making follow ups on referred work flows. Prepare and finalise documents for DG’s signature. Assist in the asset management services and handle all general administration for the Sub-Directorate in the office of the Director-General. Mr T Koena, Tel 012 444 6154 16 March 2012 Persons with disabilities will receive preference and are therefore encouraged to apply

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SENIOR SECURITY OFFICER NDT19/2012

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R 121 290 per annum (Total inclusive package of R189 885 /conditions apply) Pretoria A Grade 12 certificate/ ABET, PSIRA Grade C Certificate. Knowledge of MISS, MPSS and Occupational Health and Safety Act. Ability to understand and implement policies, directives and related prescripts in security administration. Good communication skills (verbal and written). Planning and organizing skills. Good interpersonal skills. Ability to work long hours and shifts. Ability to work under pressure. Ability to gather and analyze information. Valid driver’s license will serve as an advantage. Perform access control functions for the Department of Tourism. Ensure safety in the building and premises. Ensure that equipment documents and stores do not leave or enter premises unauthorized. Ensure all incidents are recorded in the occurrence book/ register. Perform control room duties. Implement security policies and directives. Report all security breaches and non compliance with the Departmental security policy and other security related policies. Mr T Segage, Tel: (012) 444 6056

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SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK: FINANCIAL CONTROL AND ACCOUNTING NDT17/2012

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R121 290per annum (Total inclusive package of R189 885per annum /conditions apply) Pretoria A Three year recognized qualification or a National Senior Certificate coupled with appropriate experience. Candidate must have thorough knowledge of financial matters relating to the listed duties as the minimum requirements for appointment. Skills in Government Accounting,

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Numeracy, Computer literacy in MS word and Excel. Knowledge of Basic Accounting System (BAS), Logis, Safety net, Treasury Regulations, Public Finance Management Act. The successful candidate will perform the following tasks: Create and maintain entities on BAS and Logis. Verify Vat and registration numbers on SARS and CIPRO websites. Print and reconcile payment stubs and disbursement reports each morning and file accordingly. Maintain the safekeeping of financial batches and reconcile the registers monthly. Attend to enquiries related to the section. Ms E Mondlana, Tel 012 444 6258 9 March 2012

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ANNEXURE H DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS

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POST 08/46

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WORK STUDY OFFICER REF: GSSSD/OD&T 009

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R 149 742.00 per annum (excluding benefits) Pretoria National Diploma in Management Services/ Organisational and Work Study/Certificate in Organisation and Work study. 1-2 years experience in Organisational Design principles, Job Evaluation and compilation of job descriptions. A valid code 08 Driver’s license Planning and Organising skills Interview skills Problem Solving skills Communication skills Analytical and system thinking skills Research Skills Report writing skills The successful candidate will be required to perform the following duties: Aligned Organisational Structures Compile Job Descriptions Conduct Job Evaluation interviews Coordination of Administration aspects relating to Organisational Design

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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT: ORGANISATIONAL DESIGN REF: GSSSD/OD & T 013

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R 101 007 per annum (excluding benefits) Pretoria Matric with 1-2 years Administration experience in Public or Private sector. A valid code 08 Driver’s License Planning and Organising skills Communication skills Business writing skills Peer relationship/ability to work in a team The successful candidate will be required to perform the following duties: Records Keeping. Job Evaluation Panel Preparation. Secretarial/ Office management. Coordinate travel arrangements. Provide administrative management support and ordering of stationery. Carry out the reception duties.

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ANNEXURE I DEPARTMENT OF WOMEN, CHILDREN AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES The purpose of the Department for Women, Children and People with Disabilities is to oversee Government’s agenda for the realization of equality and the rights of women, children and people with disabilities by organs of State, civil society and the private sector. We are looking for dynamic and energetic people who are passionate about their work and would like to play a pivotal role in shaping the South Africa of the future. APPLICATIONS

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The Department for Women, Children and People with Disabilities, Private Bag x 931, Pretoria, 0001 or hand deliver at 36 Hamilton Street, Arcadia, Pretoria. Ms T Siko 09 March 2012 Applications must be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service department or on the internet at www.gov.za/documents and should be accompanied by a recently updated, comprehensive CV as well as copies of all qualification(s) and ID-document [Driver’s license where applicable]. Non-RSA Citizens/Permanent Resident Permit Holders must attach a copy of their Permanent Residence Permit. Should you be in possession of a foreign qualification, it must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). Failure to submit all the requested documents will result in the application not being considered. Correspondence will be limited to short listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted within three (3) months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Suitable candidates will be subjected to a personnel suitability check (criminal record check, citizenship verification, financial/asset record check, qualification/study verification and previous employment verification). Successful candidates will also be subjected to security clearance processes. Where applicable, candidates will be subjected to a skills/knowledge test. Successful candidates will be appointed on a probation period of twelve (12) months. The Department reserves the right not to make appointment(s) to the post(s). MANAGEMENT ECHELON

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CHIEF DIRECTOR: ADVOCACY AND MAINSTREAMING (PWD)

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All-inclusive remuneration package of per annum (Level 14) Pretoria Appropriate Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) and five to eight years’ relevant experience. Postgraduate qualification will be an added advantage. High-level managerial, communication, research and report writing skills. Good leadership and organisational skills. Financial Management skills. Knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act and Treasury Regulations. Knowledge of policy formulation and implementation. Facilitate the development, maintenance and review of national policies and strategies related to People with Disabilities. Advise on policy and mainstreaming of People with Disabilities promotion activities into Government processes. Oversee the design and implementation of catalytic projects for mainstreaming. Conduct outreach and communication efforts and promote research findings through briefings to policy-makers and other stakeholders. Facilitate the development and implementation of advocacy guidelines and frameworks. Participate in the implementation of the 365 days Activism for No Violence against Women and Children Campaign. Mr M Toni (012) 359 0197

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CHIEF DIRECTOR: INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT AND CAPACITY BUILDING (CR)

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All-inclusive remuneration package of R867 876 per annum (Level 14) Pretoria Appropriate Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) and five to eight years’ relevant experience. Postgraduate qualification will be an added advantage. High-level managerial, communication, research and report writing skills. Good leadership and organisational skills. Financial Management skills. Knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act and Treasury Regulations. Knowledge of policy formulation. Experience in working within Private/Public or NGO’s dealing with skills development. Specialisation in Education and Training, Skills Development and Development Studies will be added advantage. Develop and ensure the implementation of capacity building and institutional support programmes. Develop and implement advocacy guidelines and frameworks. Develop and coordinate programmes in partnership with relevant stakeholders. Co-ordinate and facilitate the implementation o catalytic programmes. Mr M Toni (012) 359 0197

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OTHER POSTS POST 08/50

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COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER X2

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R434 505 per annum (Level 11) Pretoria Three Year Degree or Diploma. Essential Criteria: Ideal candidate should possess in-depth knowledge of communications. Excellent people/ interpersonal skills (including diplomacy & problem solving). Advanced computer literacy in MS Office packages (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc). Excellent planning and organizing skills. Excellent facilitation skills. Excellent writing and research skills. Strong analytical and problem solving skills. People management skills. Project Management skills. Ability to develop and implement a strategic plan. Experience: At least 2 to 5 years experience in the field of Public Relations, Marketing, Events Management and/or Communication. Communication experience in Public sector or private sector and or both. General managerial and administration experience. Communication Strategy/ Plan and Policy: Develop an internal communications plan and policy within the approved communications strategy and policy to facilitate the implementation of integrated communication within the Department. Internal Communication: Design and prepare a framework for the delivery and distribution of internally-focused communication platforms keep staff abreast of developments within the department and to continuously enhance understanding of the department and its activities. Policy Development and Management responsibility: Oversee development and implementation of policies and procedures, plans and strategies in the department pertaining to functions/ services provided by the Department. Developing and implementing business plans for the department to achieve organization-wide business objectives. Infomation Management: Oversee the uploading and updating of content for the intranet to ensure that the intranet has relevant, accurate, up-to-date information and is a valuable source of information for internal stakeholders. Stakeholder Analysis: Oversee and develop framework for research on the Department’s stakeholder need analysis. Stakeholder Relationship Management: Oversee Department’s stakeholder relationships by informing, educating, awareness campaigns, negotiations, networking, meetings and consultation process. Public Relations and Customer Relations: In liaison with the Senior Managers, oversee public relations to raise awareness of the Department, its role and functions. Oversee media relations, media monitoring and research in order to maintain the image of the Department and to ensure that the organization communicates with its stakeholders. Create stakeholder awareness on departmental services and implementation of its mandate. Monitor and evaluate the implementation of communication strategies. Develop departmental corporate publications. Manage the co-ordination of departmental internal and external events. Implement departmental marketing strategy. Ensure effective communication between the Department and key stakeholders. Provide input on the development of communication-related policies in the Department. Conduct communication research to ensure positive perception of the Department by the public. Mr C Monama (012) 359 0224

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DEPUTY DIRECTOR: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

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R434 505 per annum (Level 11) Pretoria An appropriate three-year tertiary qualification or equivalent and extensive working experience in the Public Services and/or private sector in a supply chain and logistics environment. A thorough understanding and knowledge of and experience in all legislation, regulations, policies and guidelines pertaining to Supply Chain Management in the Public Sector. Advanced computer literacy, which includes advanced Microsoft Excel skills. The following skills will be highly recommended. Policy development, Report writing, Contract management. The ability to manage tight deadlines and communicate at strategic levels. Manage and supervise staff. Assist the Director: SCM to develop and implement an SCM Framework, policy and procedures. Ensure adequate printing and resources and inventory management. Ensure compliance to SCM policy. Develop and manage contracts, service level agreements and render an internal procurement function. Manage fixed and movable assets. Render logistics services Mr L Vabaza (012) 359 0351

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R278 130 - R676 017 per annum (MR 6) Pretoria LLB Degree plus 8 years’ appropriate post qualifications legal experience. Knowledge of advanced law in general, constitutional and administrative law, law of contracts and legislation as well as international laws. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Dispute

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resolution and negotiation skills. Exposure to legislative drafting and writing of opinions. Integrity and willingness to undergo Security Clearance. Excellent people management, office administration and planning. Ability to work independently yet functions as part of a team. Proven ability to analyse, conceptualise and apply policy. Knowledge of Public Service Act and Public Finance Management Act, Promotion of Administrative Justice Act, Promotion of Access to Information Act and other relevant legislation. The successful candidate will provide professional legal support and advice to the Department and Ministry and will perform the following specific duties: Draft legal documents, memoranda, reports and submissions and provide verbal and written legal opinions on a variety of mattersiScrutinize legislation and subordinate legislation administered by the Department and provide assistance during the legislative processiHandle all litigation on behalf of the Department through the Director: Legal Services iAdvise the Minister or Director – General on appeals lodged against administrative decisions taken in terms of legislation administered by the Department.iScrutinize draft international agreements and comply with the prescribed procedure for the conclusion of international agreements.iSupervise and develop staff. Ms N Maome 012 359 0209

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SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT: MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING

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R185 958 per annum (Level 8) Pretoria Minimum educational qualification: A relevant three year degree or diploma in Finance, Auditing or Economics or an NQF level 6 equivalent. Appropriate experience in management and financial accounting. Competencies (knowledge/skills): Advanced computer literacy (MS Excel and Word). Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability interact with a broad range of users. Ability to analyse information, problem solving and lateral thinking skills. The ability to work cooperatively with colleagues and stakeholders at all levels of authority but also to work independently and unsupervised; Sound understanding of accounting principles. Knowledge of the budgeting process, In-Year monitoring and reporting and AFS reporting, BAS and LOGIS. Knowledge of the PFMA and National Treasury Regulations. Key result areas/outputs: To provide support with regards to the planning and budgeting processes within the Department. Ensure effective implementation of the budget policy and assist in formulating norms and guidelines for all budgeting responsibilities. Provide advice on costing of projects and other budgeting processes. Compile Departmental chapter for Estimates of National Expenditure (ENE), departmental adjustment estimates including submissions regarding shifting of funds as well as roll over funds. Analyse expenditure trends and deviations and provide report to management. Prepare monthly Early Warning Reports and identify budget deviations and report the projected shortfalls. Assist with the re-allocation of funds and monitor movement of funds allocated within the budget after reprioritisation. Confirm availability of funds regarding the requisitions of goods and services. Managing of payables and receivables in terms of financial accounting, control over document flow, and implementation of financial controls and policies of the department. Ms F Mnisi (012) 359 0354

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ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS

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R149 742 per annum (level 7) Pretoria An appropriate Three year diploma in Public Administration, Public Management, Political Studies or equivalent (NQF level 6) plus basic relevant experience. The ideal candidate should have proven computer, communication skills, good administrative skills as well as ability to work in team and be proactive on the area of responsibility. A further requirement is the ability to be trustworthy and manage confidential documents and information with utmost discipline. The successful candidate must be prepared to travel and work extensive hours. Maintain and manage the administration of the Parliamentary office of the Minister. Liaise with stakeholders on reports that relate to Cabinet and Parliamentary matters. Responsible for photo - copying documents, recording minutes, manage the filing system, act as a Secretary to the Parliamentary Liaison Officer. Responsible for assisting in all matters pertaining to document registration, processing and management. Compilation of Cabinet files in preparation for the Minister’s Cabinet meetings. Dispatching of documents from the Ministry to the Portfolio Committee. Collation all Parliamentary correspondence and brief the Parliamentary Liaison Officer accordingly. Ms A Lowe (012) 359 0012

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ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: INTERNAL AUDITOR

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A 3 years Bachelor’s Degree or National Diploma in Auditing, Accounting, Law or Police Administration; 1 year experience in an auditing/investigation environment with more emphasis on financial matters; Advanced knowledge of financial investigations and ability to apply knowledge in practical situations; Knowledge of relevant applicable legislation e.g. PFMA and National Treasury Regulations. The successful candidate will be required to undergo a security clearance. Provide input on development of three year rolling and annual audit plans; Assist in reviewing audits files to ensure that audits are conducted in accordance with the approved audit methodology and IIA standards; Conduct research for Internal Audit Unit; Maintain and update the database for audit operational activities; Maintain and update register of audit projects and findings; Assist in monitoring the implementation of and adherence to audit recommendations. Assist in the administration of the Internal Audit Activity. Ms T Siko (012) 359 0115

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ACCOUNTING CLERK: FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

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R121 290 per annum (Level 6) Pretoria Grade 12 or equivalent qualification with Mathematics or Accounting as a passed subject; Relevant experience in Finance; Knowledge of Treasury Regulations and Public Finance Management Act (PFMA); Knowledge of Basic Accounting System (BAS), Skills and Competencies: Computer literacy (with focus on Excel); Good interpersonal skills; Good written and verbal communication; Numerical. Ability to work under pressure and be self-motivated. Key Performance Areas: Receive and verify invoices and requisitions for goods and services. Perform day to day processing of accounts payable transaction on BAS in accordance with financial instructions. Complete payroll functions in order to ensure staff are paid in an accurate and timely manner. Provide financial administration support. Maintain confidentiality concerning financial and employee files. Attend to internal and external enquiries. Compile and distribute agency services account, responsible for receiving, banking and reconcile accounts Ms F Mnisi (012) 359 0354

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REQUISITION CLERK: SUPPLY CHAIN

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R121 290 per annum (level 6) Pretoria Senior Certificate (or equivalent at NQF level 3). Knowledge and proven experience in Supply Chain Management. Computer literacy i.e. MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Knowledge of PFMA and National Treasury Regulations. Knowledge of LOGIS and BAS system. Extensive knowledge of Supply Chain Management prescripts. Strong organizational skills. Good communication skills and Client service management. Request suppliers to submit quotations for goods and services. Evaluate received quotations against the request for goods and services. Submit qualifying quotations to the end user. Daily updating of the commitments register and expediting orders. Liaise with suppliers as well as business unit regarding to deliverables. Identify and report irregular expenditure. Compile weekly reports for all the invoices that have been received by Logistics. Liaise with internal and external clients regarding queries. Provide admin procurement support to all stakeholders. Ms Y November (012) 359 0128

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HANDYMAN Directorate: Facilities Management

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R101 007 per annum (level 5) Pretoria Qualifications: A Grade 10 or equivalent certificate. A training certificate in either plumbing or electrical maintenance will be added advantage. Ability to read and write. Must have Basic Skills in Maintenance Services (plumbing, electrical, etc.). Sound interpersonal skills. Ability to liaise with team members and clients. Customer focused. Ability to work independently without close supervision. Ability to work under pressure. Fix and repair minor damages in and around the building. Check and replace globes/bulbs and starters. Repair damaged and broken furniture. Inspect the facilities on daily basis and report all defects to the Supervisor. Moving of furniture in the building. Co-ordinate the overall maintenance of furniture, plumbing and electrical appliances that would require specialized attention. Keep a register of all maintenance work conducted in all the buildings. Mr J Madela (012) 359 0393

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LOGISTICS CLERK

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Pretoria A senior certificate and appropriate experience in or equivalent qualifications. Relevant experience in Supply Chain. Management/Provisioning Administration and a drivers license will be an advantage. Very good communication and interpersonal skill. Ability to work under pressure and independently. Computer literacy with knowledge of Excel MSWord and Outlook. Good organizational skills. Knowledge of LOGIS, PFMA, BAS and government procurement procedures will be an advantage Handle all payment queries from companies. Responsible for the safe keeping of Payment Batches. File the payment BAS stubs and payment advices daily. Reconciliation of statements and payments. Administration of cell phone and printing machine contracts. Assist in annual stock count. Provide general office support. Show initiative and close attention to detail. Control work statistics and maintenance thereof within the component. Capturing of payments and banking details on LOGIS. Provide weekly statistics. Ms Y November (012) 359 0128

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ANNEXURE J PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: GAUTENG DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE NOTE

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POST 08/60

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DEPUTY DIRECTOR: ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT REF NO: 70441859 Directorate: Hire to Retire

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R434 505 – R511 827 per annum (All inclusive package) Johannesburg The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years experience in Job Evaluation, Organisation Structure Design and Change Management as well as a relevant Degree or Diploma. Determine appropriate post establishments and design organization structures for GPG Departments. Develop job profiles, conduct job evaluation and support the Departments of Public Service and Administration’s National Coordination process for job evaluation. Give advice to departments on the Governments organization development framework and relevant legislation. Develop and implement change management interventions for GPG Departments. Maintain good customer relations and manage service level agreements of client departments. Manage performance evaluation of project team members. Kedibone Seodi (011) 689 -8973 Applications can be delivered to: Gauteng Shared Service Centre, 77 Fox Street, Johannesburg or posted to Private Bag x 114, Marshalltown 2107 or apply online by visiting our website at www.gautengonline.gov.za or contact the GSSC call Centre on (011) 355 2222 for more options. Please Note: Due to the large number of applications we envisage receiving, applications will not be acknowledged, You may however contact our Call Centre to check the status of your application. If you do not receive any response within 3 months, please accept that your application was not successful. 9 March 2012

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POST 08/61

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ASSISTANT MANAGER NURSING–PAEDIATRIC AREA (SPECIALTY AREA) PN-B4 REF NO: 70441779 Directorate: Nursing

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R 360 996-406 299 per annum (plus benefits) Far East Rand Hospital Basic Nursing Diploma/Degree as a Professional Nurse registered with the SANC. Post-basic qualification with duration of at least 1 year with the SANC in the Child Nursing Science in terms of Government Notice R212. Experience- A minimum of 10 years recognizable experience in paediatric nursing of which at least six (6) years of the ten (10) year period referred above should be experience after obtaining the post basic qualification. At least three (3) years of the ten (10) years should also include experience at management level. The incumbent will be responsible for the overall supervision and management of all paediatric units and activities in the hospital. Will be part of the team in the implementation of national paediatric goals and objectives as directed in saving children programmes. Overall supervision of quality nursing care and in the paediatric units within legal framework. Ms. I.R Masilela, Tel No: (011) 812-8313 Applications must be submitted on form Z83,which must be completed in full. A CV, copy of your identity document and qualifications must be certified and attached. The specific reference number of the post must be quoted. Failure to comply with these instructions will disqualify

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applications from being processed. Applications must be delivered directly to - Far East Rand Hospital, for attention Ms. L. Marcus, HR Department, Private Bag X50 Springs 1559 09 March 2012

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OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING–PAEDIATRIC HIGH CARE UNIT SPECIALTY (PNB3) REF NO: 70441780 Directorate: Nursing

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R 330 360-371 820 per annum (plus benefits) Far East Rand Hospital Basic Nursing Diploma/Degree as a Professional Nurse and Midwifery registered with the SANC, plus a post-basic diploma in Child Nursing Care Science, with duration of at least 1 year with the SANC in terms of Government Notice R212. Experience- A minimum of 9 years recognizable experience in paediatric nursing required, At least five (5) years of the nine (9) years should be experience after obtaining the post basic training in Child Nursing Science. The incumbent will be in charge of the paediatric high care unit and the overall supervision of the provision of all nursing care. The provision of a holistic high quality nursing care will be her/his responsibility. Planning, organizing and supervision of all nursing activities within the legal framework. Coordination of all activities and interventions by all members of the health team. Ms. I.R Masilela, Tel No: (011) 812-8313 Applications must be submitted on form Z83,which must be completed in full. A CV, copy of your identity document and qualifications must be certified and attached. The specific reference number of the post must be quoted. Failure to comply with these instructions will disqualify applications from being processed. Applications must be delivered directly to - Far East Rand Hospital, for attention Ms. L. Marcus, HR Department, Private Bag X50 Springs 1559 09 March 2012

POST 08/63

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OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST GRADE I/II/III REF NO: 70441802 Directorate: Allied

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R185 778 / R 218 841 / R 257 787 per annum (plus benefits) Far East Rand Hospital HPCSA approved Occupational Therapist Certificate. Registration with HPCSA. Good communication skills, verbal and written. To render and manage a quality occupational therapy service. To participate in institutional occupational therapy policy making and planning for service improvement. To execute occupational therapy procedures correctly and according to standard protocols. To ensure that patient rights are in accordance with the normal patient’s right charter. To ensure optional patient care according to the Batho Pele principles. To plan patient treatment for a week in advance. To record patient progress and treatment in accordance with the policy of the occupational therapy department. To participate and facilitate in CEU as required by the HPCSA. To implement QA measures in area of work. To supervise subordinate and other support personnel within the component according to department guidelines. To provide optional physiotherapy treatment according to prescribed protocols and medico legal requirements. Applications must be submitted on form Z83,which must be completed in full. A CV, copy of your identity document and qualifications must be certified and attached. The specific reference number of the post must be quoted. Failure to comply with these instructions will disqualify applications from being processed. Applications must be delivered directly to - Far East Rand Hospital, for attention Ms. L. Marcus, HR Department, Private Bag X50 Springs 1559 Mr. S. Gopal, Tel No: (011) 812-8535 09 March 2012

POST 08/64

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PROFESSIONAL NURSE PNA3 REF NO: 70441781 Directorate: Nursing

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R 183 732 – 213 000 per annum (plus benefits) Far East Rand Hospital Grade 12, registration wioth the SANC as a Professional Nurse. A minimum of ten (10) years appropriate recognizable experience in nursing after registration as a Professional Nurse with SANC as a General Nurse. Provision of optimal, holistic nursing care within the set standards of Professional and legal frame work. Effective communication skills with all stakeholders. Ms. I.V. Masilela, Tel No: (011) 812-8313 Applications must be submitted on form Z83,which must be completed in full. A CV, copy of your identity document and qualifications must be certified and attached. The specific reference number of the post must be quoted. Failure to comply with these instructions will disqualify

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applications from being processed. Applications must be delivered directly to - Far East Rand Hospital, for attention Ms. L. Marcus, HR Department, Private Bag X50 Springs 1559 09 March 2012

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DRIVER (LIGHT VEHICLE) REF NO: 70441750 Directorate: Support Services

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R84 483 per annum (plus benefits) South Rand Hospital Grade 10/12 certificate and 2 years experience as a driver. Good understanding of management and maintenance of government fleet. Valid drivers license, PDP drivers permit and computer literacy. Ability to communicate well with people at different levels. Must be prepared to work shifts. Execute all authorized transportation trips of Patients, staff, documents and linen to relevant destinations. Check levels and conditions of oil, fuel, tyres and water at all times before driving a vehicle. Report accidents, minor and major defects on the vehicle to the supervisor immediately. Comply with occupational health and safety act prescripts and procedures at all times. Complete vehicle logbook as prescribed by legislation before commencing with the trip. Attend to enquiries in a professional way, give guidance and advise when required. Promote proper handling, safekeeping and control of vehicles. Respect risk guidelines to avoid vehicle lost and damages at all times. Clean the vehicles, attend meetings and trainings as arranged by the supervisor. Mr. M.H. Bidi Tel: (011) 681 -2093 Please note that candidate should be within Gauteng Health Department and be at the same level. Please note that application forms must be delivered to the HR Managers office South st Rand Hospital, admin block 1 floor, Friars Hill Road, Rosettenville / to be posted to PO Box 1, Rosettenville, 2130 09 March 2012

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ANNEXURE K PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: KWAZULU DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH This Department is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer whose aim is to Promote representatively in all occupational categories in the Department. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply. NOTE

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Applications must be submitted on the prescribed Application for Employment form (Z83) which must be originally signed and dated. The application form (Z83) must be accompanied by a detailed Curriculum Vitae, certified copies of certificates, Identity Document and Driver’s Licence (not copies of previously certified copies). The Reference Number must be indicated in the column (Part A) provided thereof on the Z83 form. NB: Failure to comply with the above instructions will disqualify applicants. Persons with disabilities should feel free to apply for the post. The appointment is subject to positive outcome obtained from the NIA to the following checks (security clearance, credit records, qualification, citizenship and previous experience employment verifications). Applicants are respectfully informed that, if no notification of appointment is received within 3 months after the closing date, they must accept that their applications were unsuccessful. Applicants in possession of a foreign qualification must attach an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to their applications. Non- RSA Citizens/Permanent Resident/ Work Permit holders must submit a documentary proof together with their applications. All employees in the Public Service that are presently on the same salary level but on a notch/package above as that of the MANAGEMENT ECHELON

POST 08/66

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HEAD: CLINICAL DEPARTMENT (MEDICAL) GRADE 1: FAMILY MEDICINE REF NO NDH 20/2012

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The appointment to Grade 1(R1 280 981 all inclusive salary package) Master in Family Medicine or fellowship in Family Medicine; PLUS, Current Registration with HPCSA and a Specialist Family Physician; PLUS, Minimum of four years(4)experience after registration an specialist with HPSCA The incumbent of this post will report to the Medical Manger, and will be responsible to ensure that high quality medical services are rendered by integrating and reinforcing primary health care systems, procedure, clinical protocols and conducting research within Western Area 2 of KZN, and as such the ideal candidate must: Master in Family Medicine or Fellowship in Family Medicine; PLUS Current Registration with HPCSA as Specialist Family Physician; PLUS Minimum of four years (4) experience after registration as Specialist with HPCSA. Human Resource Management , Information management, Quality assurance programmes, Sound clinical, procedural, teaching and training, skills. Knowledge of current Health and Public Service legislation and policy including epidemiology and regional health planning. Sound programme planning, implementation and evaluation skills. Incumbent of the post will be based at Northdale hospital. Ensure the delivery of comprehensive in and out-patient Clinical Generalist Medical Serrvice. Provide Clinical consultancy support including after – hour work. Co-ordinate and ensure the development of District Level Health Services (Family Medicine Service) in the Pietermaritzburg Metropolitan Hospital complex, and Area 2(Western KZN). Provide an Outreach Program to support District Level, Institutions and the Community and Primary Health Care Clinics. Develop Family Medicine services at the district component of Edendale Hospital, Strengthen existing Family Medicine sites in Area 2. Provide and develop Academic Family Medicine Services. Liaise with Health Districts and the KZN Department of Health. Ensure the provision of teaching and training in Family Medicine in Area 2. To undergraduate students of the Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine (NRMSM). To postgraduate students of the NRMSM (REGISTARS) and to expand the registrar programme to other accredited sites. To visit trainees from other institutions nationally and internationally. To visit doctors and allied medical staff working in the public sector in Area 2. Liaise with the Professor and Academic Head of Family Medicine at University of Kwazulu Natal and the Dean at NRMSM to facilitate the above. Promote research in Family Medicine; provide resources for research, Facilitate participation in research by trainees and consultants, Build the image and profile of the Department of Family Medicine with internal and external stakeholders, locally, provincially, nationally and internationally. Support & build the relationship between the Department of Health of the Province of Kwazulu Natal and NRMSM as it pertains to the above activities. Strive to enhance and improve standards of care and teaching, and ethical practice in research. Dr MAG Molla 033 387 9014 All application should be forwarded to : Human Resources Administration Northdale Hospital , Private Bag x 9006 Pietermaritzburg ,3200,Telephone ,033 3879020 or hand deliver to Northadele Hospital 1389 Chota Motala Road Pietermarizburg 3201

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CLINICAL MANAGER MEDICAL (GRADE 1) REFERENCE: STC/08/2012

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R695 616 per annum All inclusive salary package (This inclusive package consist of 70 % basic salary and 30% flexible portion that can be structured in terms of applicable rules) Other Benefits: Commuted Overtime (Negotiable ) rural allowance 18% St Chads CHC •MBCHB degree or equivalent qualification •Proof of current registration with HPCSA as a Medical Practitioner •Full registration certification as a Medical Practitioner• Minimum 4 years appropriate experience as Medical Officer after registration with HPCSA. Knowledge, Skills, Training and Competencies Required: •Knowledge of current health and public services legislation and policies • Sound clinical knowledge and experience to diagnose and manage routine medical and surgical problems• Medical and Paramedical knowledge.• Sound knowledge of human resource management, financial management and project management .• Ability to develop and implement policies.• Excellent human relations , communication skills, leadership and team building skills •Sound negotiation, planning, organizing, decision making and conflict management skills.• Computer Literacy. Key Performance Areas • To ensure co-ordination of various clinical and support services so that functions are performed within a multi disciplinary approach to allow for total patient care• To provide leadership to the medical / paramedical team and liaise with Senior Management team on matters thereof• Ensuring that a full Primary Health Care (PHC) Package is provided with emphasis on newly introduction programmes like HCT AND MMC• Oversee the implementation of integrated PHC , including the anti-retroviral and tuberculosis therapy programmes Lat PHC level • To provide leadership in the development of material and Child Health Care Oral as well as management on non-communicable disease •Maintain optimal management appraisals for all staff under the incumbent’s control •Performance management appraisals for all staff under the incumbent’s control• After hours clinical participation –ensure 24 hours medical coverage •Participate in senior management and strategic activities Mrs C.K Hadebe Telephone: 036 6312202 The District Manager or Hand Delivered To Uthukela Health District Office 32 Lyell Street, Private Bag X9958 Ladysmith 3370 Human Resource Manager 09 March 2012 OTHER POSTS

POST 08/68

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ASSISTANT MANAGER: PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICE REFERENCE: STC /04/2012

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R532 089 p.a. plus 12% Rural Allowance St Chads CHC Appropriate B Degree in Pharmacy. Registration certificate with the South African Pharmacy Council (SAPC) plus proof of current registration. Five years experience after registration with SAPC as a Pharmacist. Knowledge in all the regulation and legislation that government pharmaceutical service. Strong interpersonal, communication and presentation skills. Ability to make independent decision. High level of numeracy and accuracy. Ability to prioritize issues and other related other matter and to comply with time frame. Overall management of the Pharmacy Department of the CHC and clinics –including financial, human resource and drug supply management. Develop protocols, procedures and guidelines for an efficient and cost-effective pharmaceutical service. Provide medicine related information to clinical department and staff. Ensure a 24 HR access to drugs at the CHC. Monitor patient’s treatment and medicine usage through clinical audits. Perform standby / on –call duties after hours. Ensure weekly allocation of staff to cover Pharmacy critical areas, wards and clinic visits. Co-ordinate and chair the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee for the CHC Monthly review of expenditure vs. budget. Be responsible for the procurement, control and security of drug stock and equipment and ensure proper procedures for ordering, authorizing, storage and control of drug supplies. Develop, implement and monitor standard operating procedures and policies for all aspects of the Pharmaceutical services, in accordance with the applicable legislation, regulation and Good Pharmacy Practice. Co-ordinate department training programmes for Pharmacist assistants and In-service Training for clinicians. Mrs C.K Hadebe Telephone: 036 6312202 The District Manager or Hand Delivered To Uthukela Health District Office 32 Lyell Street, Private Bag X9958 Ladysmith 3370 Human Resource Manager 09 March 2012

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MEDICAL OFFICER: (GRADE 1;2;3) NO OF POSTS: 2 REFERENCE: STC/07/2012

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Grade 1 -R486 618 per annum (all inclusive Package) Grade 2 -R556 398 per annum (all inclusive Package) Grade 3 -R645 717per annum (all inclusive Package) Other Benefits: 18% In-hospital Rural Allowance of basic salary ST CHADS CHC •An appropriate qualification in the appropriate Health Science MBCHB plus •Current registration certificate with the HPCSA as a Medical Practitioner EXPERIENCE: Grade 1 = Nil Grade 2 = Five years appropriate experience after registration with HPCSA as a Medical Practitioner Grade 3 = Ten years appropriate experience after registration with HPCSA as a Medical Practitioner Knowledge, Skills, Training, And Competencies Required: •The incumbent of this post should have a good understanding of clinical necessities regarding male circumcision and men’s health in general. • Knowledge of the legislative and policy framework as well as journals and papers informing the areas of operation. •Ability to analyse complex informing and to accurately transform that in user –friendly policies and guidelines providing institutional CEO’s with clearly defined ‘’process map ’’to assist in VMMC without compromising good governance imperatives• Ability to prioritise issues and work related matters and to comply with time frames. •Team management • Communication •HIV/AIDS Management • Problem solving • Data gathering and analysis• Basic general management skills, knowledge and practical experience of the District Health System •Sound knowledge of current Health and Public Service Legislation. Key Performance Areas •Provide medical service at department appointed. •Assist ,facilitate and participate in quality of care assisting team members with quality assurance , quality improvement projects , morbidity and mortality reviews , monthly audits , development of clinical guidelines , policies as per speciality and disease proofing .• Patient satisfaction , patient satisfaction surveys and reducing waiting times • Active participation in training interns and community service doctors. • Maintain and continuously improve professional and ethics standards • Instill confidence in public service and also in medical profession through exemplary behavior. • Participation in after hours work is essential • Clinical responsibilities including examine , investigate , diagnose and over see the treatment of patients to the relevant department •Conduct orientation and induction programme for interns , community service doctors and juniors colleagues. • Maintain and teach junior colleagues about appropriate and accurate health records in accordance with legal/ethical and continuity of the patient care • NB : Application for Obs & Gyn will be required to perform CTOP Mrs C.K Hadebe Telephone: 036 6312202 The District Manager or Hand Delivered To Uthukela Health District Office 32 Lyell Street, Private Bag X9958 Ladysmith 3370 Human Resource Manager 09 March 2012

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MEDICAL OFFICER (FORENSIC) REFERENCE NO: UTHUK 03/2012 02 POSTS

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Grade 1 – R486 618.00 per annum (all inclusive) Grade 2 - R556 398.00 per annum (all inclusive) Grade 3 – R645 717.00 per annum (all inclusive) Benefits: Commuted Overtime (negotiable) Uthukela Health District (Mortuaries) Estcourt Ladysmith • Appropriate qualifications in Health Science – MBCHB.• Current registration with the Health Professions Council of South Africa as a Medical Practitioner. • Current registration certificate with HPCSA as a Medical Practitioner •Valid drivers license and be prepared to travel. •The incumbent will be required to undergo orientation and training in Forensic Pathology at Gale Street Medico-Legal Mortuary in Durban for a minimum period of 6 months. •Recommendation : Diploma in Forensic medicine /Pathology / Clinical Pathology) Experience :Grade 1- Nil ;Grade 2 -5 years appropriate experience after registration with HPCSA as a Medical Practitioner. ,Grade 3-10 years appropriate experience after registration with HPCSA as a Medical Practitioner. Knowledge, Skills, Training And Competencies• Potential to develop a working knowledge and the ability to perform Medico-Legal Post Mortem examinations. • Develop good communications skills and decision making qualities. •Must be able to acquire knowledge and interpret current Health and Public Service Legislation, Regulations and Policies.• Good communication skills – both written and verbal.• Must be computer literate. Key Performance Areas •To perform a medico-legal post-mortem examinations.(external examination of the body, prosection where necessary and dissection of the body, retain exhibits for evidentiary purposes, generate comprehensive medico-legal reports (including diagrams) in the form of an affidavit, provide a testimony in a court of law)•Attending the crime scene.(assist police investigation by establishing post-mortem interval, determination of weapon used in committing the crime).•Maintain satisfactory clinical, professional and ethical standards related

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to Forensic Autopsy Services. •Provide assistance in the training of Allied Health Personnel and promote community orientated service. Mrs C.K Hadebe Telephone: 036 6312202 The District Manager or Hand Delivered To Uthukela Health District Office 32 Lyell Street, Private Bag X9958 Ladysmith 3370 Human Resource Manager 02 March 2012

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MEDICAL OFFICER GRADE 1 REF. NO: BETH03/2012

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R486 618 per Annum (All inclusive package) and Committed Overtime Bethesda Hospital Tertiary qualification (MBCHB or equivalent). Current registration with the Health Professionals Council of South African as a Medical Practitioner. One (1) year relevant experience after registration as a Medical Practitioner, with a recognized foreign health professional council, in respect of foreign qualified employees, of whom it is not required to perform Community Service as required in South Africa. General skills as a Medical officer are required. Ability to work in multi- disciplinary team setting. Excellent communication skills and ability to teach and train staff within team. Ability to work and maintain meaningful relationship with diverse community. Ability to make a difference. Program planning, implementation and evaluation. Information management. Knowledge of Health and Public Service Legislation, Regulation and Policies. Medical ethics, epidemiology and statistics. Provision of quality patient centered for all patient. Examine, investigate, diagnose and oversee the treatment of patients. Provision of after – hours services to care for emergency cases. Provide medicine related information to clinical staff as may be required. Participate in communicable health programme and ensure the relevant patient statistics are maintained to facilitate proper decision making. Undertake ongoing care individual patients to allow for continuity of care. Maintain accurate health records in accordance with legal ethical consideration, train and guide staff and health associates professionals. Liaise with emotional, social and physical aspects of disease. Provide preventive health interventions and measures to promote health. Medical Manager: Dr. K.R Gate Tel no. 035 – 595 1004 All applications should be forwarded to: The Chief Executive Officer, Bethesda Hospital, Private Bag x 602, UBOMBO, 3970 02 MARCH 2012

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R330 369 Other Benefits: 13TH Cheque, Medical Aid (Optional), Housing Allowance (Employee must meet prescribed requirements) PLUS 8 % Rural allowance St Chads CHC • Current registration with South African Nursing Council. •Diploma OR Degree in General Nursing and Midwifery• A minimum of 10 years appropriate / recognizable experience in nursing after registration as a professional Nurse with the SANC in general Nursing •At least 3 years of the period referred to above must be appropriate/ recognizable experience(management experience) •Diploma / Degree in the Health Service Management• Proof of Computer Literacy (MS office Suite. Knowledge, Skills, Training and Competencies required •Knowledge of Nursing Care processes and procedures, nursing statutes and other relevant legal framework such as Nursing Act, Occupational Health and Safety Act, Patient Right Act, Batho Pele principles etc.• Good communication, report writing and facilitating skills• Knowledge and understanding of legislative framework governing the public services, knowledge of HR and Financial policies and practices such as skills development Act, Public Service Regulations• Knowledge of Code of Conduct, Labour Relations, Conflict Management and negotiation skills• Leadership skills, problem solving and negotiation skills Key Performance Areas: •Oversee the Co-ordination, integration and development of inputs into the CHC improvement plan •Monitor, evaluate, provide early warning and report on the implementation of a CHC annual performance plan• Ensure implementation of the total quality management framework• Conduct quarterly quality audits and performance review• Ensure monitoring and evaluation of patient care delivery in the CHC• Enforce compliance to the legislative prescripts in all units within the facility jurisdiction •Ensure development, implementation and maintenance of a reliable & accurate information system in line with department policy and system imperatives• Co-ordinate staff training and manage the night duty services •Ensure that quality and infection control programs are effectively and efficiently implemented monitored and evaluated• Manage all resources• Ensure the implementation of National Core Standards. Mrs C.K Hadebe Telephone: 036 6312202

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ULTRASOUND RADIOGRAPHER REF. NO: BETH04/2012

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R232 275 per Annum (All inclusive package) Plus 13 Cheque, Medical Aid (Optional), Housing Allowance (Employee must meet prescribed requirements) Bethesda Hospital An appropriate National Certificate / National Diploma /Degree in Ultrasound. Registration with South African Health Professionals as an Ultrasound Radiographer. Current registration as an Ultrasound Radiographer. Sound knowledge of obstetrics & gynecology, general, cardiac and vascular ultrasound procedures and equipment. Sound report writing and administrative skills. Computer literacy. Knowledge of relevant Health & Safety Acts & infection control measures. Ability to communicate effectively and problem solving skills. Good interpersonal relations and ability to perform well within a team. Ability to work autonomously. To provide high quality ultrasound services according to patient needs. Correct interpretation of ultrasound scans. To promote good health practices and ensure optimal care of patients. To execute all clinical procedures competently to prevent complications. To perform reception, clerical duties as required. To compile reports as required in the working environment. To contribute to the overall running of ultrasound services. To comply with and promote Batho Pele principles. To inspect and utilized equipment professionally and thus ensure compliance with safety regulations. To participate in the quality improvement programs. Mr. J. Sianyaka Tel no. 035 – 595 1004 All applications should be forwarded to: The Chief Executive Officer, Bethesda Hospital, Private Bag x 602, UBOMBO, 3970 02 MARCH 2012

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OPERATIONAL NURSING MANAGER- NIGHT DUTY REFERENCE: STC 09/2012

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Grade 1: R224 952 Plus 13th Cheaque Plus 8% Rural Allowance Other Benefits: Medical Aid (optional), Housing Allowance (employee must meet Prescribed requirements ST Chads Community Health Centre •Appropriate B Degree /Diploma or equivalent in General Nursing Midwifery and Psychiatry• Minimum of 7 years appropriate/ recognizable experience in Nursing after registration as a Professional Nurse with SANC• Current registration with SANC. Knowledge, Skills, Training and Competences required: •Knowledge of nursing care delivery approaches• Knowledge and ability of formulating patient care related policies •Sound knowledge of the Provincial Health Nursing Act, Occupational Health and Safety Act of 1995• Aboard Orientation of the Public Service 1999, Labour Relations Act, understanding of relevant white paper and all other relevant legislation •Advanced supervisory/ management and interpersonal skills• Team building and supervision skills integrity and flexibility• Stress tolerance, flexibility, concern of excellence, empathy and capacity to maintain relationship Key Performance Areas: •Prepare duty roster for the staff on the night duty• Provide effective management and professional leadership ensuring that the units are organized• Provide quality client care• Manage and direct efficient use of human financial and physical resource towards optimal utilization •Implement and maintain clinical competence in all department at night• Exercise control of all major to critical patient• Work as part of multi- disciplinary team of the unit level to ensure good nursing care by nursing team •Leads and give direction to staff and liaise with doctors on call• Work effectively at a supervisory level with person with diverse intellectual, cultural, racial and religious standards• Advocate for patients in facilitating proper treatment and care adherence to patient right charter and Batho Pele principles•]Ensure]implementation of all programs and therapeutic environment• Prepare handover reports and night duty claims• Participate in the analysis, formulation and implementation of nursing guidelines, procedures, standard and procedures Mrs C.K Hadebe Telephone: 036 6312202 The District Manager or Hand Delivered To Uthukela Health District Office 32 Lyell Street, Private Bag X9958 Ladysmith 3370 Human Resource Manager 17 March 2012

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CLINICAL NURSE PRACTITIONER REFERENCE: STC/12/2012: 31 POSTS

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St Chads CHC • Degree / Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery PLUS 1 year post basic qualification in Primary Health Care .•Registration with SANC as General Nurse , Midwifery and Primary Health Care. Experience •Grade 01 A minimum of 4 years appropriate / recognizable experience in nursing after registration as a Professional Nurse with SANC in General Nursing and Midwifery.• Grade 02 A minimum of 14 years appropriate / recognizable experience in nursing after registration as a Professional Nurse with SANC in General Nursing and Midwifery of which 5 years must be appropriate / recognizable experience after obtaining the one year post basic qualification in Primary Health Care Knowledge , Skills, Training And Competencies Required: • Knowledge of nursing care processes and procedures nursing statutes and other relevant legal framework such as Nursing Act Mental Health Act, OH&S Act, Batho Pele and Patient Rights Charter, Labour Relations Act, Grievance procedure etc.• Leadership, organizational, decision making and problem solving abilities• Interpersonal skills including public relation, negotiating, conflict handling an counseling• Financial and budgetary knowledge •Good in-sight of procedures and policies pertaining to nursing care• Computer skills in basic programs Key Performance Areas• Render quality nursing care to patients. •Develop and ensure implementation of nursing care plans maintain complete and accurate nursing records according to legal requirements •Participate in clinical records audits• Utilize human, Material and physical resource effectively and efficiently• Monitor client satisfaction by the communication with patients and relatives• To take charge ship of the clinic in the absence of the sister in charge and provide reports on the issues during her absence •Assist the sister in charge with the overall management and necessary support for the effective functioning of the unit• Provide safe and therapeutic environment as laid down by the nursing Act, Occupational health & Safety Act and all other reviews (EPMDS)• Execute duties and function with proficiency and within prescripts of applicable legislation• Render quality nursing care in specialized units •Develop and ensure implementation of nursing care plans Mrs CGK Hadebe Telephone: 036 6312202 The District Manager or Hand Delivered To Uthukela Health District Office 32 Lyell Street, Private Bag X9958 Ladysmith 3370 Human Resource Manager 17 March 2012

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ASSISTANT MANAGER: FINANCE (LEVEL 9) REFERENCE: UGU DO 07/2012

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R 221 058 pa plus benefits : Housing allowance (a person must prescribed requirements, th Medical aid (optional), 13 Cheque UGU Health District Office Appropriate B Degree or National Diploma in Financial Management, Accounting or Public Management, 3-5 years supervisory experience, Valid code EB License (code 08), computer literacy: Ms Office Software Applications, BAS & PERSAL. Knowledge Skills Training Competencies Required : Knowledge and understanding of PFMA & policies, sound knowledge management, negotiation, interpersonal and problem solving skills, good verbal and written communication skills, ability to deal with all levels of staff, ability to work under pressure, good financial management skills.computer literacy: Ms WRD , Excel, PowerPoint, BAS & PERSAL applications. Co-ordinate, manage and collate the budget estimates for all programmes in the district office. Facilitate the district office budget allocation between all programmes in the district office. Manage and co-ordinate cash flow within the district. Prepare, collate and report on expenditure versus budget for all programmes in the district office. Identify risks and institute control measures to minimize risk in all departments that deal with financial matters. Conduct analyses on expenditure trends to determine whether budgetary allocations are in line with the envisaged output performance priorities and targets. Authorize all transactions captured on BAS in the district office. Mr MC Nguza Tel: (039) 688 3000 All applications should be forwarded to : The District Manager, Ugu Health District, Private Bag X735, Port Shepstone, 4240, For attention : Human Resources 09 March 2012

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PRINCIPAL TELECOM OPERATOR: LEVEL 6: 2 POSTS: REFERENCE No.G28/2012 Cluster: Institutional Integrity And Corporate Governance

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R121 290 per annum Other Benefits: 13 Cheque, Medical Aid (Optional), Housing Allowance: Employee must meet prescribed requirements Head Office: Pietermaritzburg Grade 12 Certificate; PLUS - A minimum of one (1) year experience in clerical/ administrative environment. NB: Applicant with disabilities is advantageous. Knowledge, Skills, Training And Competence Required:- The incumbent of this post will report to the Assistant Manager: Institutional Integrity and Corporate Governance, and will be responsible to manage and

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administer the provision of telecommunication services within Head Officer, and as such the ideal candidate must:- Possess knowledge of operating switchboard. Have communication skills. Possess excellent inter-personal and communication skills (both verbal and written). Have organizing and planning. Key Performance Areas:- Maintain a professional demeanour in providing telephone services. Compile monthly telephone bills and distribute to various departments accordingly. Attend to all queries. Upgrade telephone extensions and ensure that the number appear on supplementary lists for inclusion in existing directories. Liaise with Telkom with regards to telephone movement/installation of new lines and repairs Provides orientation, training and supervising of staff to man the switchboard. Mr N Kamendaas 033-395 2345 All applications should be forwarded to: The General Manager: Human Resource Management Services: KZN Department of Health, Private Bag x9051, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 OR Hand th Delivered to: 330 Langalibalele Street, Natalia Building, Registry, Room 101, 5 Floor, South Tower Mrs B C Shelembe 16 March 2012

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OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT GRADE 1 REF. NO: BETH06/2012

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R97 941 per Annum Plus 13 Cheque, Medical Aid (Optional), Housing Allowance (Employee must meet prescribed requirements) Bethesda Hospital Senior Certificate or equivalent.1 year Occupational Therapy Certificate. Registration as an Occupational Assistant with HPCSA and Current registration with HPCSA. Knowledge of the current Health and Public services Legislation, Regulations and policies. Knowledge of occupational therapy theory, practice and ethics. Good communication, team building and problem solving skills. Demonstrate interpersonal relationship skills. Ability to function under pressure and with Psychiatric patients. assist supervisor in the provision of high quality diagnostic and therapeutic Occupational Therapy services according to patients need .Assist supervisor in the execution of all clinical procedures and programs. Contribute to the overall wellbeing of the patient in terms of the treatment and psychosocial rehabilitation. Assist supervisor in the maintenance of clinical profiles on individual patients. Promote Batho Pele Principles in the execution of duties for effective services delivery. Compile reports and memos as required within the ambit of the delegation and environment. Mr. D.M Mpanza Tel no. 035 – 595 1004 All applications should be forwarded to: The Chief Executive Officer, Bethesda Hospital, Private Bag x 602, UBOMBO, 3970 02 MARCH 2012

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Applications must be forwarded to: The Manager: Human Resource Support, Office of The Premier, Private Bag X9037, PIETERMARITZBURG, 3200 OR may be hand-delivered to the st Office of the Premier at Invesco Centre, 1 Floor, 16 Chatterton Road, PIETERMARITZBURG, 3201 and marked for the attention of Mr GB Sithole, Tel. No. 033-3281738. 16 March 2012 All applications must be submitted on the employment form (form Z.83 signed and dated) one for each post applied for obtainable from any Public Service department stating the reference number, and should be accompanied by certified copies of all educational qualifications (not copies of certified copies), a comprehensive curriculum vitae as well as certified copies of an ID document and a driver’s licence. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications verified by South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). No late or faxed applications will be accepted. The Department will not take responsibility for any registered mail. MANAGEMENT ECHELON

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GENERAL MANAGER: STRATEGIC PLANNING AND MACRO POLICY DEVELOPMENT: REF 015013/02/12 Chief Directorate: Macro Policy

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An appropriate Bachelor’s Degree/Diploma coupled with 3-5 years relevant senior management experience. Valid Driver’s Licence •Computer experience in MS Word, MS PowerPoint and MS Excel Presentation. Knowledge & Skills: Working knowledge of the Public sector •Knowledge of Public service Act and Public Service Regulations •Policy development •Administrative law, Employment Equity Act and International Relations •Research skills, good verbal and written communication skills •Strategic planning and analytical thinking skills •Financial Management and policy analysis skills Ensure the provision of macro-planning modalities and frameworks •Manage the development and maintenance of Provincial Growth and development Strategies •Ensure provision of a Provincial Strategic Planning process •Ensure coordination and alignment of Provincial Policies and Programmes •Manage the resources of component •Provide advice on Provincial Department on strategic planning and macro-policy development •Provide a Provincial policy framework •provide advice on the interpretation, development and impact on programmes/ policies related to strategic planning and macro policy development •Identify Provincial priorities on public policy issues Ms YE Bacus, Tel: 031 327 9360/65

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PRINCIPAL STATE LAW ADVISOR (LEGAL SPECIALIST: LEGISLATION AND LABOUR LAW ADVISE): REF 015071/02/12

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OSD LP-10Inclusive Remuneration Package Scale: R713 052 to R1 081 869 per annum commensurate with qualifications and experience Pietermaritzburg The ideal candidate for this high-level, professional, legal specialist post also responsible for managing the Directorate: Legislation and Labour Law Advice in the Chief Directorate: State Law Advisory Services in the Office of the Premier, and reporting to the Provincial Chief State Law Advisor, is – (a) a seasoned, professional, legal specialist who would add value to the component; (b) a lateral thinker with strategic vision in relation to establishing the legal basis and the legal framework for service delivery by the Provincial Government; and (c) a sound oral and written communicator, who is in possession of an LLB or equivalent degree in Law. Applicants must be admitted Advocates or Attorneys with at least 10 years’ relevant experience, preferably in the public law sector, gained after obtaining an LLB or equivalent degree in Law. (The OSD for Legal production specialist stream was introduced to assist in the recruitment and retention of production specialists in the legal profession (including State Law Advisors) who have gained at least 10 years’ active legal experience and whose job description requires him/ her to be at least 80% actively involved in more complex legislative advisory services (in the case of Principal State Law Advisors)). Knowledge & Skills: In addition to an all-round knowledge of law, applicants must possess in-depth knowledge and experience in Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Labour Law and Interpretation of Statutes •Proven ability and skill in the drafting, legal editing and certification of legislation (Bills, Regulations and Proclamations) and the furnishing of well-researched and well-motivated legal opinions is imperative •Computer literacy; experience in the process of rationalisation of laws, legal research and review; and legislative drafting and labour law training (preferably formal qualifications in legislative drafting and labour law), are essential •As the successful candidate will also be responsible for the management of the Directorate: Legislation and Labour Law Advice, management experience would be a recommendation •Proficiency in English is essential •The ability to organise and work independently under pressure whilst displaying intuitive, analytical and creative thought is essential The successful candidate will also be responsible for the management of the Directorate: Legislation and Labour Law Advice and its human and financial resources. Key Performance Areas include: •Legally editing and certifying all Provincial legislation (Bills, Regulations, Proclamations) •Drafting, legally editing and certifying all legislation (Bills, Regulations, Proclamations) and notices for the Office of the Premier •Undertaking legal research •Furnishing legal opinion in respect of legislation and labour law •Liaising with the KZN Provincial Legislature and the Portfolio Committees of the Provincial Legislature •Liaising with State Law Advisors nationally and in other Provinces •Co-ordinating and facilitating Legislative Drafting Training and Labour Law Training •Assisting with the management and facilitation of the ongoing review and rationalisation of provincial laws •Performing the function of Secretariat for the KZN Public Sector Lawyers’ Forum •Chairing and performing the function of Secretariat for Monthly Meetings of the Directorate: Legislation and Labour Law Advice Adv J Wolmarans, Tel: 033-3413382

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MANAGER: ADMINISTRATION SUPPORT REF 015024/02/12 Directorate: Director-General’s Support This post is a re-advertisement, applicants who had previously applied are at liberty to re-apply.

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Pietermaritzburg A Bachelor degree / National Diploma in Public Administration/Management with 5 years experience in executive support services •Computer literacy •A valid driver’s licence. Knowledge & Skills: Knowledge of the Public Financial Management Act, Treasury Regulations, Public Service Act and Regulations •Problem structuring, definition and solving skills •Good organizational, analytical and technical skills •Good presentation and coordination skills •Good research and analytical thinking skills •Ability to interpret policies •Knowledge of policy development •Knowledge of protocol procedures •Good interpersonal skills Ensure efficient management of the diary of the Director-General and efficient coordination of the meetings of the Director-General •Manage correspondence and enhancement of the systems and processes in the office of the Director-General •Coordinate the development and finalization of all departmental plans (strategic plan, annual performance plan, operational plan, human resource plan, service delivery improvement plan) •Administer submissions and briefings on major policy and administrative issues referred to the Director-General •Manage the resources of the component and serve as the Responsibility Manager for the component’s budget •Manage resources of the Component Mr NVE Ngidi Tel: 033 – 341 3681 The incumbent appointed to this post shall be subjected to a competence assessment evaluation for SMS members and a full Security Clearance check.

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SENIOR MANAGER: SKILLS PLANNING, CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND QUALITY ASSURANCEREF 015098/02/12 Chief Directorate: Provincial Public Service Training Academy

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Level 13, Remuneration: R685, 200 per annum (A portion of the package can be structured the individual’s personal needs) Durban, Provincial Public Service Training Academy A Degree/National Diploma in Human Resource Management/Development or Public Management with 3 years management experience •An NQF aligned ETDP Practitioner certificate/Training officer certificate •Assessor training •Industrial Psychology will be an advantage •Knowledge of the Public Service Act and Regulations •Computer literacy •A Valid drivers licence. Knowledge & Skills: Knowledge of the legislative framework governing human resource management/development including the Skills Development Amendment Act, Skills Development Levies Act, National Qualifications Framework Act •Knowledge of education, training and development practices •Knowledge of assessment and moderation •Knowledge of outcomes based education and training •Knowledge of accreditation and quality assurance •Good research and analytical skills •Good leadership and project management skills •Ability to communicate ideas and issues to a variety of audiences, verbally and in writing, informally and formally •Strategic planning capability and organizational skills •Effective planning and organizational skills •People management and conflict skills •Facilitation and presentation skills •Good financial and change management skills Facilitate and coordinate skills planning, compliance, monitoring and impact assessment •Facilitate and coordinate the development and implementation of skills development/HRD strategies and programmes •Facilitate and coordinate curriculum and learning materials development •Facilitate and coordinate quality assurance services to the Academy and Provincial HRD units •Manage the physical and human resources of the Directorate Mr FMA Safla, Tel: 031-274 4118 OTHER POSTS

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STATE LAW ADVISOR CONSTITUTIONAL MATTERS AND LANGUAGE SERVICES: REF 015071/02/12-2

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OSD LP-08Salary Package Remuneration Scale: R532 731 to R 750 282 per annum commensurate with qualifications and experience Pietermaritzburg The ideal candidate for this professional, legal post in the Directorate: Constitutional Matters and Language Services in the Office of the Premier, and reporting to the Principal State Law Advisor, is – (a) a seasoned, professional, legal qualified individual who would add value to the component; (b) a lateral thinker with strategic vision in relation to the implementation of the Constitution (including the implementation of PAIA (the Promotion of Access to Information Act) and PAJA (the Promotion of Administrative Justice Act) and the provision of language services in the Province; and (c) a sound oral and written communicator, who is in possession of an LLB or equivalent degree in Law. Applicants must be admitted Advocates or Attorneys with at least 9 years’ relevant experience, preferably in the public law sector, gained after obtaining an LLB or equivalent degree in Law. (The OSD for Legal production stream was introduced to assist in the recruitment and retention of production specialists in the legal profession (including State Law Advisors)). Knowledge & Skills: In addition to an all-round knowledge of law, applicants must

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possess in-depth knowledge and experience in Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, and Interpretation of Statutes. Proven ability and skill in the drafting, legal editing and certification of legislation (Regulations and Proclamations) and the furnishing of well-researched and wellmotivated legal opinions is imperative. Computer literacy; experience in the process of rationalisation of laws, legal research and review; and legislative drafting training (preferably formal qualifications in legislative drafting), are essential. Candidates must have proven knowledge of the Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000 (Act No. 2 of 2000), and the Promotion of Administrative Justice Act, 2000 (Act No. 3 of 2000), and must, preferably, demonstrate practical experience with implementation and advocacy of these laws. As the directorate is responsible for Language Services for the Province, proficiency in English and at least one other official language of the Province (isiZulu, Afrikaans or IsiXhosa) is essential. The ability to organise and work independently under pressure whilst displaying intuitive, analytical and creative thought is essential. The successful candidate will also be responsible for the developing a Province wide approach to the implementation of legislation derived from the Bill of Rights in the Constitution. Dealing with the monitoring and implementation of Constitutional matters Implementation of, and compliance with, PAIA (the Promotion of Access to Information Act) and PAJA (the Promotion of Administrative Justice Act) in the Province Assisting the Deputy Information Officers appointed for the Office of the Premier in terms of PAIA (the Promotion of Access to Information Act) Undertaking legal research Furnishing legal opinion in respect of the Constitution Monitoring Constitutional litigation and liaison with the Constitutional Court Liaison with State institutions supporting Constitutional democracy Drafting, legally editing and maintaining a register of all Premier’s Acts and Premier’s Minutes (Executive Acts of the Premier) in terms of the Constitution In consultation with the relevant special advisor(s) to the Premier (if any), advising the Premier in relation to reservations about the constitutionality of a Bill for possible referral of the Bill back to the Provincial Legislature (section 121 of the Constitution) Keeping a register of duplicate originals of all Bills assented to and signed by the Premier (such a Bill becomes a provincial Act) Ensuring prompt publication of provincial Acts in the Provincial Gazette Legally editing international Records of Understanding to which the Provincial Government is a party or signatory Co-ordinating and facilitating training iro PAIA and PAJA Assisting with the management and facilitation of the ongoing review and rationalisation of provincial laws; and Chairing disciplinary hearings Ms T Naidoo, Tel: 033-3413382 For The Above 2 Positions: Membership of the KwaZulu-Natal Association of Public Sector Lawyers (KAPSL) (www.KAPSL.org) or an indication by prospective applicants that they agree with the KAPSL Code of Ethics and will consider applying for membership of KAPSL, will be a recommendation. (KAPSL is the representative body of the organised legal profession in the public sector in KwaZulu-Natal. The Association is an independent voluntary professional association regulated by its own Constitution. KAPSL attempts to set high standards for the provision of legal support services in the public sector in accordance with a strict and laudable Code of Ethics which is justiciable for purposes of disciplinary action against members of the Association.) Applications must be accompanied by – •A comprehensive CV with traceable references which must, at least, include the current supervisor of the applicant, a colleague and a subordinate •Certified copies of qualifications •Certified copy of proof of admission as Advocate or Attorney •At least two recent examples of legal opinions furnished by the applicant Applicants must note that – •Late submission of applications will not be considered •Failure to provide certified copies of qualifications, certified copy of proof of admission as Advocate or Attorney and all required information (including the recent examples of opinions furnished) will result in the application submitted being given no further consideration •Only hard copies of applications, hand delivered or received by post (registered or ordinary mail) or courier, will be considered •Three hard copies of applications must be submitted. The Office of the Premier may subsequently require the submission of electronic copies of the application •The Office of the Premier reserves the right not to make an appointment and no correspondence may be entered into in this regard Prospective applicants are invited to visit the website of the Chief Directorate: State Law Advisory Services at http://CDSLAS.bravepages.com for further information.

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DEPUTY MANAGER: GENDER MAINSTREAMING: REF 015056/02/12 Chief Directorate: Human Rights

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Level 11, Remuneration: R434 505 per annum Pietermaritzburg An appropriate Bachelor’s Degree/Diploma in Gender/ Development Studies or any related Social Science discipline coupled with relevant experience in the Public Service. Valid Driver’s Licence •Computer experience in MS Word, MS PowerPoint and MS Excel Presentation. Knowledge & Skills: Good verbal and written communication skills. •Ability to work under intense pressure and meat deadlines •Good organizing and leadership skills •Ability to interact with people at all levels, ability to work independently and strategically and be creative in crisis

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situation •A clear understanding of South African Gender Management System and Provincial Gender Machinery •Facilitation and presentation skills •Good interpersonal skills •Good project management and coordination skills Develop coordinated and integrated mechanisms that will support and direct successful initiatives geared towards equality for both men and women •Initiate research and disseminate women’s empowerment and gender equality information •Provide principal focus on consultation between the women’s and men’s sectors and government •Build knowledge and organizational capacity on mainstreaming gender into all operations across all government spheres •To sharpen advocacy interventions through gender-based awareness campaigns Dr Q Mkabela-Castiano, Tel: 033 341 3447

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LEGAL ADMIN OFFICER: LITIGATION AND GENERAL LAW ADVICE: REF 015070/02/12

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MR5 Remuneration scale: R219 177 – R540 720 p.a Pietermaritzburg An LLB Degree or equivalent qualification and also be admitted as an Advocate/Attorney with 8 years post admission experience in a legal practice or legal department in the private or public sector •Computer Literate •A valid driver’s licence. Knowledge & Skills: Exceptional written and verbal communication skills •Well developed research skills, legal writing skills, innovative problem solving skills and analytical skills •Knowledge of the Public Service Act, Public Finance Management Act and other relevant public sector legislation would be strongly recommended • In addition to an all-round knowledge of law, applicants must possess in-depth knowledge and experience in Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Labour Law and Interpretation of Statutes Render legal advice on a multitude of matter relevant to the Office of the Premier including advice on the interpretation of legal liability in matters relating to loss control and debt issues •Drafting, editing and interpretation of contracts, assisting in litigious matters by and against the Office of the Premier and advising the Office of the Premier on new developments in law where necessary Mrs S Naicker Tel: 033-341 3386

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ANNEXURE L PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: NORTHERN CAPE DEPARTMENT OF CO-OPERATIVE GOVERNANCE, HUMAN SETTLEMENTS AND TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS CLOSING DATE NOTE

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MANAGER: HUMAN SETTLEMENTS FINANCE REFERENCE: HS (FA) 1/2012 Chief Directorate: Human Settlements Directorate: Human Settlements Administration

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R 434 505 (Level 11) all inclusive package Kimberley Bcom degree or Tertiary qualification in Accounting with 6-8 years relevant experience. Code 8 Drivers Licence is a pre- requisite. Competencies: Computer literacy, Finance, HR matters, Training, Compilation of Management reports, Computer literacy, Planning and Organising, Good Communication skills (written and verbal), Research analysis, Organizational skills, Interpersonal relationship, Conflict resolution, Project Policy /Objectives formulation, Management, Problem solving, Analytical thinking, Research, Facilitation & presentation. The person appointed to this position will be responsible for the effective planning of all Housing development and the efficient management of Housing funds according to the PFMA, DORA and related regulations which will include the following : Manage housing funds inline with PFMA. Manage the in year monitoring and budget of the Housing Programme inline with the DORA. Manage the reporting on all financial matters and audit enquiries to the CFO. Strategic and management of documents for the Chief Directorate, Housing Development co-ordinate, compile and presented. Prepare integrated multi-year housing development plans and monitor in accordance wit h the Housing Act 1997. Prepare integrated 3 year Housing spending plan and monitor in accordance with the Housing Act. 1997, DORA and MTEF. Ensure that all subsidies are allocated in consultation with every Municipality and in line with the Municipal IDP’s in accordance with the requirements of DORA. Approve all housing payments. Supervise and develop staff. Ms. R Soodeyal at @ (053) 830 9534

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MANAGER REERENCE NO: UP (HS) (3/ 2012) Sub-Directorate: Human Settlements

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R 434 505 PA Level 11 (All Inclusive Package) Siyanda Regional Office (Upington) Tertiary qualification (e.g. National Diploma (T/N/S)-stream, National Higher Diploma, Degree in the Build Environment and 6-8 years relevant experience in Management and Project Management. Trade Test in terms of section 13(2) of the Manpower Training Act or Certificate in terms of section 28 or 30 (or the Repealed section 27 of the said Act) in the Built Environment and 5-10 years relevant experience. A valid driver’s license is a prerequisite. Change management, Knowledge management, Problem Solving and Analysis, People Management and Empowerment, Client Orientation and Customer Focused, Communication (written and verbal), Project Planning and Management, Strategic Planning and Organising, Financial Management, Interpretation and interpretation of house plans, Knowledge of the Policies and Regulations on NHBRC, HSS, BNG, NBR & PFMA. The person appointed to this post will be responsible to implement housing services in the Region. This will include the following; Manage the implementation of the human settlements development in the Region. Facilitate and manage the construction of housing projects in the Region. Manage resources and staff development. Provide technical support to subordinates. Manage the budget of the section Mr. A Phete at  (054) 3375900

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ASSISTANT MANAGER: DISASTER MANAGEMENT REFERENCE: CG (DM) 1/2012 Directorate: Municipal Finance And Disaster Management

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R 221 058 pa (level 9) Kimberley Bachelor degree in Information Management or Tertiary Qualification Disaster Management with 3-5 years relevant experience. Driver’s License. Competencies: Ability to work under pressure, meet deadlines, work long irregular hours and willingness to travel. Project management, Reporting procedures, Good Analytical thinking systematic and meticulous approach to work tasks, Research, Problem solving, Interpersonal relationship, Sector support and development in terms of information management, Computer Literacy, Written and verbal communication The successful candidate will report to the Manager: Disaster Management and be responsible for the Central Communications and Information component of the Provincial Disaster Management Centre to facilitate and coordinate the implementation of servicers aimed and improving local governance to ensure and support implementation and implementation measures of the national Disaster Management Act 57 of 2002 with specific focus on the Northern Cape Province. This will include the following: Information Management Establishing and maintain and Data acquisition, Information management and Specialized system functionalities, Development of an integrated information management and Information dissemination and display module. Management and develop staff. Financial Management. Sector support and Development in terms of information management and communication Mr. H De Wee @ (053) 807 9862

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ASSISTANT MANAGER: LOCAL GOVERNANCE REFERENCE: JTG (CG) 1/2012

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R 221 058 pa (level 9) Kuruman Bachelor degree in Municipal Finance or Local Government or appropriate Tertiary qualification in similar fields with 3-5 years relevant experience. A valid driver’s licence is a prerequisite. Competencies: Municipal Finance administration. Auditing. Reporting procedures. Conflict resolution. Computer literacy. Problem solving. Interpersonal relationship. Strategic Planning and Organising. Directives interpretation. Assertiveness. Written and verbal communication. Knowledge of the IDP. Extensive knowledge of the Policies and Regulations on Municipal Financial Management Act. The person appointed to this post will be responsible to facilitate and co ordinate the implementation of services aimed and improving local governance. This will include the following: Assist municipalities with developing credible IDPs. Assist municipalities to promote good governance through compliance with applicable policy and public participation. Facilitate effective municipal financial administration, auditing and anti corruption practices. Monitor projects and report on progress. Manage and develop staff. Ms. R Kopeledi (053) 7731054

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ASSISTANT MANAGER: REFERENCE: SP (HS) (HP&S) 2/2012 Directorate: Human Settlement Sub Directorate: Housing Performance Subsidy Programme

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R 221 058 pa (Level 9) Namakwa Regional Office (Springbok) Bachelor degree or appropriate Tertiary qualification in Housing with 3-5 years relevant experience. A valid driver’s licence is a prerequisite. Compentencies: Planning and Organizing, Project Management, Management of a Multi disciplinary team of officials, Analytical thinking, Facilitation skills, Public Finance Management Act, Public Service Regulations, Communication (Written and Verbal), Understanding of Policies, Legislation and prescript such as; National Housing Act, National Housing Code, Consumers Protection Measures Act, National Norms and Standards in respect of permanent residential structures, Labour Relations Act The person appointed to this post will be responsible for rendering facilitation, monitoring and implementation of Housing projects and housing infrastructure projects, through the approval of housing subsidies in order to enable housing delivery in various municipal areas in a specific region. This will include to, The construction of at least 600 good quality houses per annum in Municipalities. The construction of municipal services for at least 600 houses subsidies per annum in Municipalities. The capturing, verification and approval of at least 600 houses subsidies on the Housing Subsidy System (HSS). Liaison with the various role players on municipal and project level to achieve above targets. The implementation of new policies i.e. Consumer Protection, NHBRC, Emergency Housing, Peoples Housing Process and repairing poor quality houses built in the past. The implementation of pilot projects in terms of new policy around informal settlement upgrading and the Breaking New Ground Strategy. Support and

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develop the staff under supervision effectively and efficiently. Implementation of service improvement targets for the Department in line with the BATHO PELE PRINCIPLES Mr. A Holland at (027) 7122090

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CHIEF PERSONNEL OFFICER: REFERENCE: HRM (CS) 1/2012 Component: Human Resource Management Division: Conditions Of Service

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R185 958 pa (Level 8) Kimberley An appropriate three year tertiary qualification in HRM and 3-5 years experience and/or Grade 12 and 3-5 years experience (Preferably in the Public Service). Valid drivers Licence is a pre requisite. Competencies: Dynamic and committed with Persal training, Numeracy skills, Communication skills, Interpersonal relations, Conflict management, basic research, Reporting procedures, Problem solving, Procedure on Incapacity Leave and Ill-health Retirement (PILIR) and knowledge of relevant legislation The successful candidate will be responsible to ensure effective and efficient conditions of service functions to the Department this will also include the following: Supervise the implementation of HR administration practices concerning conditions of service and service benefits. Assist in co-ordination of information sessions on conditions of service. Address human resource management with enquiries to ensure the correct implementation of HRM practices. Inform, guide and advise department/personnel on HR administration matters to enhance the correct implementation of practices. Maintain the department staff benefits administration in an effective and efficient manner. Approve transactions on Persal according to delegation. Supervise and develop staff. Ms. R Dawood at (053) 830 9417

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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER (COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION) REFERENCE: CG(MC&PP) 1/2012 Directorate: Municipal Compliance And Public Participation

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R149 742 pa (level 7) Kimberley Tertiary qualification with 1-2 years relevant experience and/or Grade 12 or equivalent qualification with 3-5 years extensive relevant experience in Community Development and Community participation Policies and Legislation. Code 8 (EB) Drivers Licence. Competencies: Finance, Computer literacy, Interpersonal relationship, Planning and Organising, Communication (written and verbal), Conflict Resolution, Compilation of management reports, Problem solving, Project management, Reporting procedures and All relevant Local Government Legislation. The person appointed to this post will be responsible to assist municipalities to develop and implement public participation policies, processes, mechanisms and assists in the effective management of the Community Development Workers Programme. This will include the following; Assist in the management of the Community Participation Unit. Assist municipalities to develop a culture that enhances community participation in terms of Chapter 4 of the System Act. Assist municipalities in developing mechanisms, processes and procedures for community participation. Assist municipalities to encourage communities to participate in its affairs. Monitor the admission of the public to meetings (Council, budget, ect ). Assist and support municipalities to establish Ward Committees. Ensures municipalities capacitate Ward Committees to ensure that they are effective and efficient. Assist in the management of the implementation of the Community Development Workers Programme. Mr. G Boshupeng at (053) 830 9488 All applications, together stating the relevant reference number should be sent to: The Head of Department, Department of Co-Operative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs Private Bag X5005 KIMBERLEY 8300 Ms. ESD Boboko

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Forward your application to the Department of Roads and Public Works, P. O. Box 3132, Kimberley, 8300 Mr. R.M. Dawids. 09 March 2012 Applications must be submitted on forms Z83 obtainable from any Public Service Department, and should be accompanied by certified copies of qualifications. Applications received after closing date will not be considered. All applicants please note that should written notification not

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be received within six (6) weeks of closing date of post/s, it can be assumed that short listing, interviews and appointments have already been carried out. OTHER POST POST 08/93

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LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER – GRADE 3 (MR 3) X 3 REFERENCE: DRPW 15/11

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R 149 487 per annum (plus benefits) Kimberley Applicants must be in possession of an appropriate legal qualification (LLB) with at least two (2) years` post qualification experience. Sound knowledge and experience in litigation, regulation and advisory services. Knowledge of the specific alignment of legislation and regulations. The ability to work in a team and be willing to travel. Applicants must also be in possession of a valid drivers` licence. Functional Competencies: Applicants must be able to analyze, interpret and advise in terms of research that will provide information and case law relevant to the legal matter at hand. Successfully conduct an interview in order to determine the client`s goals and objectives and be able to document the interview and all advice given during the legal consultation. Generic Competencies: Applicants must be able to achieve excellence in delivering the planned customer service outcomes for the department, achieve the service delivery targets and ensure the highest level of customer care and customer satisfaction. Measure and upgrade work methods, procedures and systems and decrease costs in order to improve the quality and cost efficiency of service and products delivered to customers. Collect data and information, analyze and translate information into knowledge for planning, decision making, communicating and distribution to different audiences, using a variety of information and communication technologies (e.g. e-mails, internet, etc.) Key Performance Areas: The successful candidate will assist in the development of plans and strategic intervention related to the implementation of relevant legislation related to Contracts Property Management and Litigation. Co-ordinate and liaise with relevant stakeholders/role players within the Department of Roads and Public Works on the effective implementation of legal framework related to the Department. Assist in the development of legal documents, memoranda, reports and government notices. Compile reports on the institutional performance reports related to relevant legislation. Analyse legislation and provide recommendation for appropriate interventions. Assist in the drafting of legal opinions and guidelines or any other policies to facilitate the implementation of relevant legislation. Assist in the management of budgets and provide monthly expenditure reports of the budgets related to the Sub-directorate. Mrs. K Mokgehle/ Mr. M. Mnyembane Tel. No: (053) 839 2162/ (053) 839 2229

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