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ďA SKILLED AND CAPABLE WORKFORCE FOR AN INCLUSIVE GROWTHĒ BRANCH: VOCATIONAL CONTINUING EDUCATION AND TRAINING (VCET) PRINCIPAL POSTS (DIRECTOR LEVEL) (9 POSTS) COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND TRAINING COLLEGES: EASTERNCOMMUNITY
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree relevant to this post or equivalent qualification. A post-graduate degree/qualification will be an added advantage. Five to ten yearsí work experience in the Community Education and Training (CET) or post school education and training sector. Must have relevant work experience in the training and development or related environment. Experience in the Post Schooling Education and Training sector will be an added advantage. Extensive experience in any or all of the following general management spheres: college/education institution management, strategy management, education management, human resource management and development. Proven management skills and a track record in the preparation, implementation and management of strategic, operational and financial plans and projects. Ability to design internal systems and controls to ensure sound organisational governance, management and control. Ability to design internal systems and controls to ensure sound financial management. Proven computer literacy, including advanced MS Word, MS Excel and MS PowerPoint. Proven report writing and presentation skills. Sound knowledge of the community college sector and its regulatory and legislative framework. Knowledge of education and institutional management principles, methodologies and procedures. Knowledge of governance and public sector management reporting requirements. Strategic capability and leadership, client orientation and customer focus, financial management, people management and empowerment, communication, stakeholder management. A valid driversí licence. DUTIES: To drive the efficient and effective implementation of college governance frameworks and systems; and functioning of governance structures, including the college council and the academic board. To build and foster an effective management team that plans and executes the college mandate in an integrated, compliant and performance-focused manner. To fulfil the role of accounting officer of the college by establishing and monitoring college financial and supply chain management systems towards the achievement of strategic goals and in compliance with all relevant legislation and regulations. To establish and monitor effective human resource management and stakeholder engagement systems incorporating both marketing and communication. To create a platform for effective management decision-making through the establishment of an accurate and accessible information management platform. To lead the development and delivery of responsive community education and training curricula and programmes and monitor the associated quality assurance programme and impact on student
performance and placement. To operationalize community partnerships and linkages that translates into student placements, local workplace-based learning and articulation. To establish and manage a student management framework and system that facilitates student support and governance and provides all enrolled students with holistic academic and social support. To establish and manage agreements on college infrastructure that assures the acquisition, maintenance and management of physical resources that facilitates the achievement of strategic and operational objectives. Facilitate programme articulation and upward progression. PRINCIPAL POSTS (DIRECTOR LEVEL) TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING COLLEGES: GOLDFIELDS (REF DHET 163/11/2015), EAST CAPE MIDLANDS (REF DHET 164/11/2015), EKURHULENI WEST (REF DHET 165/11/2015) SALARY: R864 177 per annum (Level 13) All- inclusive remuneration packageREQUIREMENTS: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree relevant to this post or equivalent qualification. Five (5) to ten (10) yearsí work experience in the TVET or post school education and training sector. A post-graduate degree/qualification and experience in the Post Schooling Education and Training sector will be an added advantage. Must have relevant work experience in the training and development or related environment. Extensive experience in any or all of the following general management spheres: college/education institution management, strategy management, education management, human resource management and development. Proven management skills and a track record in the preparation, implementation and management of strategic, operational and financial plans and projects. Ability to design internal systems and controls to ensure sound organisational governance, management and control and financial management. Proven computer literacy, including advanced MS Word, MS Excel and MS PowerPoint. Proven report writing and presentation skills. Sound knowledge of the public TVET college sector and its regulatory and legislative framework. Knowledge of education and institutional management principles, methodologies and procedures. Knowledge of governance and public sector management reporting requirements. Strategic capability and leadership, client
orientation and customer focus, financial management, people management and empowerment, communication, stakeholder management. A valid driversí licence. DUTIES: To drive the efficient and effective implementation of college governance frameworks and systems; and functioning of governance structures, including the college council and the academic board. To build and foster an effective management team that plans and executes the college mandate in an integrated, compliant and performance-focused manner. To fulfil the role of accounting officer of the college by establishing and monitoring college financial and supply chain management systems towards the achievement of strategic goals and in compliance with all relevant legislation and regulations. To establish and monitor effective human resource management and stakeholder engagement systems incorporating both marketing and communication. To create a platform for effective management decision-making through the establishment of an accurate and accessible information management platform. To lead the development and delivery of responsive vocational and occupational curricula and programmes and monitor the associated quality assurance programme and impact on student performance and placement. To operationalize business partnerships and linkages that translates into student placements, workplace-based learning and articulation. To establish and manage a student management framework and system that facilitates student support and governance and provides all enrolled students with holistic academic and social support. To establish and lead college infrastructure and estate management system that assures the acquisition, maintenance, management and disposal of physical resources that facilitates the achievement of strategic and operational objectives. Facilitate programme articulation and upward progression. DEPUTY PRINCIPAL: CORPORATE SERVICES (DEPUTY DIRECTOR LEVEL) TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING COLLEGES: LETABA (REF DHET 170/11/2015), VHEMBE (REF DHET 171/11/2015), UMGUNGUNDLOVU (REF DHET 172/11/2015) SALARY: R569 538 per annum (Level 11) All -inclusive remuneration package REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree relevant to this post or equivalent qualification. Five (5) yearsí relevant work experience. A post-graduate degree/qualification will
be an added advantage. An understanding of the Department of Higher Education and Trainingís strategic vision and priorities. Knowledge of all policies and legislation governing education and training in South Africa. Experience in managing people and projects with the ability to plan strategically. Willingness to work irregular hours and travel extensively. Computer literacy (MS Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel, MS Excess and MS Outlook). A valid driversí licence. DUTIES: Provide Strategic Leadership in the areas of Human Resources, Facilities Management, Records Management and Governance. Also accountable for the effective delivery of services in each of these areas. Coordinates and drives the preparation for the annual reviews of the Collegeís Strategic Plan. Encourage and builds an organizational climate conducive to optimal performance through implementing change management. Manages the entire human resource management function. Development and implementation of best practice policies, procedures and internal control systems to ensure effective corporate governance. Oversee the proper and effective management of the Collegeís assets and facilities. Ensure the provision of appropriate and cost effective services. Responsible for IT and information management solutions to meet the specific needs of the College. CHIEF DIRECTORATE: NATIONAL EXAMINATION AND ASSESSMENT OFFICE OF THE CHIEF DIRECTOR POST: SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER (REF DHET 173/11/2015) SALARY: R243 747 per annum (Level 8) REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma/NQF Level 6 relevant to this post or equivalent qualification. Three (3) yearsí administrative experience and be fully computer literate in all MS Office programs. The successful candidate must be adaptable, disciplined, self-confident, able to work independently and under pressure and work within a diverse team. Good writing, communication and interpersonal relationship skills are essential along with experience in the compilation of reports. Extensive knowledge and experience in dealing with queries from the receipt and logging thereof, routing to relevant sections, tracking
and follow-ups, resolution and report writing on the outcome is essential. He/she must possess good interpersonal and communication skills and be able to work on confidential documentation in a high security environment. He/she should have excellent organizational skills, experience in record keeping and the management of queries. He/she must be able to work under pressure for extended periods of time with minimal supervision. The incumbent will be expected to work overtime when necessary. DUTIES: Coordinate the compilation of reports and finances for the chief directorate and manage examination-related enquiries on behalf of the senior managers in the chief directorate. Manage all examination-related enquiries received by senior managers in the chief directorate. Draft status reports, responses and submissions relating to enquiries. Collate reports and financial documentation for the chief directorate. Compile and/or edit reports relevant to queries, departmental reporting cycles and finances for the chief directorate. Provide administrative support to the office of the chief director when necessary. CHIEF DIRECTORATE: NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS AND ASSESSMENT POST: SENIOR ADMINISTRATION CLERK: CLAIMS (REF DHET 234/11/2015) SALARY: R158 985 per REQUIREMENTS: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12 or NCV certificate (level 4) with at least 1 to 3 yearsí experience in a financial administration environment. The applicant will be responsible for processing the setting and marking claims for TVET and AET examinations and the handling of queries arising from the claims process. He/she will be expected to work on confidential documentation in a high security environment. He/she must be able to work overtime and under pressure for extended periods of time with minimal supervision. The incumbent must be adaptable, disciplined, self-confident and be able to work in a diverse team. Good interpersonal and communication skills; Knowledge and experience of finance and procurement administration; Computer literacy, especially the use of Excel for maintaining a control register; excellent organizational, record keeping and filing skills.
DUTIES: Receive and capture setting and marking claims; Monitor receipt of claims against the setting and marking registers provided by the setting and marking units; Conduct verification of setter and marker data and effect the necessary corrections; Interact with setting panels and marking centres regarding the processing of claims; Respond directly to setting and marking claims queries, i.e. telephonic and email queries from setting panels and marking centres; Maintain a claims control register; General administration duties, i.e. organization and filing of hard copy claim forms and supporting documentation. SUB-DIRECTORATE: NC (V) RESULTING POST: SENIOR ADMINISTRATION CLERK: NATIONAL CERTIFICATE (VOCATIONAL) (REF DHET 208/11/2015) SALARY: R 158 985 per annum (Level 6) REQUIREMENTS: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12/NCV certificate (Level 4) with at least 1 to 3 yearsí experience in an administration environment. The applicant will be responsible for processing the registration and resulting of NC (V) candidates and handling NC (V) queries arising from examination centres. He/she will be expected to work on confidential documentation in a high security environment. He/she must be able to work overtime and under pressure for extended periods of time with minimal supervision. The incumbent must be adaptable, disciplined, self-confident and be able to work in a diverse team. Good interpersonal and communication skills; Computer literacy, especially the use of Excel for maintaining a control register; excellent organizational, record keeping and electronic filing skillsDUTIES: Receive and capture student data for registration and resulting purposes; Monitor receipt of student data from NC (V) examination centres against the published management plan; Conduct verification of student data and effect the necessary corrections; Interact with NC (V) examination centres regarding the registration and resulting of candidates; Respond directly to NC (V) examination queries, i.e. telephony and email queries from examination centres; General administration duties, i.e. processing and electronic filing of examination documents such as mark sheets and preliminary schedules. Packing, controlling and dispatching of statements of results,
certificates, preliminary schedules, examination admission letters and mark sheets to/from NC (V) examination centres. DIRECTORATE: ITEM DEVELOPMENT AND MARKING POST: SENIOR ADMINISTRATION CLERK:SENIOR TYPIST) (2 POSTS) (REF DHET 209/11/2015) SALARY: R 158 985 per annum (Level 6) REQUIREMENTS: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12/NCV certificate )Level 4) including Typing as a subject with at least one (1) to three (3) yearsí experience in typing and formatting of documentation in English and Afrikaans and record keeping and management of an electronic filing system. The applicant will be required to type and format national question papers, assessment tasks and marking guidelines according to specifications inclusive of complex formulae, graphs and tables. He/she will be expected to work on confidential documentation in a high security environment. He/she should be able to work overtime and under pressure for extended periods of time with minimal supervision. The incumbent must be adaptable, disciplined, self-confident and be able to work in a diverse team. Good interpersonal and communication skills; Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office programs such as Word; Advanced word processing skills, inclusive of typing and formatting skills; Excellent organizational, record keeping and electronic filing skills. DUTIES: Format and type national assessment instruments within stipulated timeframes; Insert mathematical and scientific formulae, equations and symbols in national assessment instruments; Make corrections to national assessment instruments on the instruction of editors; Check corrections effected against the amendments requested by editors; Print national assessment instruments for proofreading upon conclusion of formatting and editing processes; Maintain an electronic filing system; Organize flow of work and record incoming and outgoing question papers and documentation.
POST: CHIEF DIRECTOR: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TVET) COLLEGES PROGRAMMES AND QUALIFICATIONS (REF DHET 166/11/2015) SALARY: R1 042 500 per annum All inclusive salary package REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree relevant to this post or equivalent qualification. A postgraduate degree will be an added advantage. To lead the Chief Directorate, TVET Colleges Programmes, Qualifications and Institutional Development. Five (5) to ten (10) years relevant experience and managerial experience is essential of which three (3) years at management level. The main function of the Chief Directorate is to support TVET Colleges to achieve their mandate. The successful candidate will be a dynamic leader and team builder with excellent research and communication skills. The research skills should include establishing, maintain and managing information that allow for planning of interventions and support. The successful candidate should have experience in policy making as well as people and financial management skills. The ability to provide strategic leadership and to work under pressure will be a strong recommendation. The appointee will be part of the management echelon of the Department of Higher Education and will be expected to contribute at that level. DUTIES: Manage the development, evaluation, and maintenance of policy, Programmes and systems of Colleges and monitor implementation thereof. Support the implementation of the National Certificates (Vocational) in TVET Colleges. Support the development and implementation of Programmes targeting youth for skills development. Monitor the implementation of the TVET Recapitalization programme. Provide strategic support. Provide strategic support to public TVET College. Evaluate budgets expenditure and delivery and provide sound policy and financial advice regarding public TVET College. Support the national and provincial planning and reporting framework of the Department of Education and National Treasury. Support the initiation and publication of research to support policy development .oversee the implementation of connectivity in Colleges. Ensure the registration of private TVET College .Ensure the registration of private TVET College.
DIRECTORATE: PRIVATE TVET POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT (REF DHET 174/11/205) SALARY: R569 538 per annum (level 11) All- inclusive remuneration package REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma/NQF Level 6 in Education or equivalent qualification. At least five (5) years actual or appropriate experience. Extensive knowledge of College qualification and curricular is essential. Applicants should be adaptable, disciplined, self-confident and able to work independently. The ability to provide leadership, think conceptually, manage people and work together in a multidisciplinary team under pressure is very important. Further aspects are proven in: Knowledge of TVET College policy environment. Excellent writing ability and verbal communication. Co-ordination and organizational skills. Promoting public service transformation and services delivery excellence. Innovative thinking and leadership, computer literacy. Ability to travel. A valid driverís licence DUTIES: Maintaining and advancing a national curriculum framework for TVET Colleges; Supporting implementation of the NC(V) curriculum in TVET Colleges; Developing learning and assessment standards; Coordinating and overseeing the development of new curriculum; Collaborating with the General and Higher Education Branches to promote the principles of accessibility of and articulation; Collaborating across a wide spectrum of stakeholders to determine education and training demands; Guiding the development and management of policy, development of strategies, procedures and guidelines for curriculum development relating to ensuring quality, responsive and relevant TVET programmes; Promoting and monitoring and reporting on TVET Colleges curriculum issues; Managing, planning and coordinating projects; Investigating latest developments in the field to acquire, store, assess and disseminate curriculum development information to support a responsive TVET College System; Handling correspondence and submissions; Interfacing with departmental line function mangers, provincial structures and role players to affect these duties.
DIRECTORATE: COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND TRAINING CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT POST: PERSONAL ASSISTANT (REF DHET 210/11/205) SALARY: R196 278 per annum (Level 7) REQUIREMENTS: A Senior Certificate/ Grade 12 or NCV certificate (Level 4). Diploma in Secretariat or Office management will be an added advantage. A minimum of 3 years employment experience in rendering administrative and secretarial support. Knowledge of filing systems, document tracking, storage and retrieval. Competencies needed: Planning and organizing skills. Ability to work independently and in a team, Interpersonal skills, Problemsolving skills, typing skills. Communication (written, verbal and liaising) skills.MS Office, Telephone etiquette, Attributes: Confident, Accurate, Independent, take initiatives. Ability to work under pressure and be able to cope with a high workload. Be able to work long hours when required. A valid driverís licence DUTIES: Provide secretarial support to the Chief Director. Answering and screening calls. Receive clients or visitors. Arrange meetings, workshops and appointments and provide administrative support. Manage the Chief Directorís diary. Arrange travelling and accommodation for the Director. Compile and submit travel claims, cell phone claims, subsistence and travel claims. Scan, Fax, Copy, manage and draft correspondence. Take notes, keep minutes of the meetings and do typing for Chief Director. File copies of all documentation. Tracking of documents. Type letters, submissions, memos, reports. Render a general secretarial and office. Manage the filling system of the Directorate and retrieval of documents as and when required. Render general support to the Directorate.
DIRECORATE: COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND TRAINING CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT (REF DHET 175/11/205) SALARY: R 289 761 per annum (Level 9) REQUIREMENTS A recognized 3 year Bachelorís degree/Diploma/NQF level 6 in Education or equivalent qualification. Five (5) years relevant work experience preferably in curriculum and extensive knowledge of and insight into education policies and legislation for Community Education and Training. Prospective candidate should be pro-active, effective, confident and able to provide leadership and work in a diverse team. The candidate should possess excellent verbal and writing skills. In addition, the successful candidate must have competency in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access and Microsoft PowerPoint and applicants should be prepared to perform a skills test as part of the selection process. A valid driverís licence. DUTIES The successful candidate will primarily be required to: Assist with the development and implementation of curriculum statements in Community Education and Training. Assist with the development of curriculum policy, systems, structures and guidelines in Adult Education and Training; Assist with the development of strategies for improved learner performance and achievement; Assist with the provision of support to Regions on curriculum implementation; Assist with developing strategies for ensuring integration and progression from literacy to the GETC and NASCA programmes within the Community Education and Training system; Assist with the development and co-ordination of learning and teaching resources for Adult Education and Training Programmes. Perform other duties delegated from time to time in the Directorate. CHIEF DIRECTORATE: PLANNING AND INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT DIRECTORATE: PRIVATE COLLEGES POST: ADMINISTRATION OFFICER (REF DHET 211/11/2015)SALARY: R 196 278 per annum (Level 7)
REQUIREMENTS: A Senior Certificate/ Grade 12 or NCV certificate (Level 4) with at least 3 years relevant experience. Knowledge of the PFMA, Public Service Act and Regulations, Corporate Services (IT, HR and Finance) Financial Management skills. Computer skills (Ms Word, Excel etc). Written and verbal communication skills. Analytical and logistical skills. Report writing skills. Events planning and administration skills. Information management skills. DUTIES: Administer and monitor the Directorateís financial system in line with the Departmental financial system in order to ensure that the Directorateís finances are maintained in an accurate and timely manner. Implement financial policies and procedures. Provide assistance in budget planning and execution. Manage and monitor cash flow. Compile monthly financial reports. Maintain financial files and records. Initiate procurement of goods and services. Administer payroll. Manage and maintain asset register. Advise and facilitate movement of assets within and outside of the Directorate. Distribute telephone accounts and monitor payments thereof by staff. Manage HR matters within the capacity of the Directorate. Provide logistical support to the Directorate. BRANCH: SPECIAL PROJECTS POST: UNIT COORDINATOR: SPECIAL PROJECTS UNIT (REF DHET 181/11/2015) CONTRACT POST (until March 2018) SALARY: R361 659 per REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma/NQF level 6 in Office Administration/Office Management and Technology or equivalent qualification. At least 5 yearsí experience in administration. Experience in providing support at operational and strategic level. Knowledge of office administration and the ability to operate an efficient and organized office. Knowledge of budgeting and financial management. Computer Literacy, including a good working knowledge of Microsoft products, especially Microsoft Excel. Knowledge of Department of Public Service procedures, the Public Finance Management Act and National Treasuryís Regulations a strong advantage. Good planning, organizing and coordinating skills. Problem solving skills in an administrative environment. Good English written and verbal communication skills - telephone
etiquette, strong interpersonal skills, ability to work under pressure and, on occasion, to work flexible hours. Must be able to take responsibility. Basic report writing skills DUTIES: The incumbent will be responsible for a wide variety of tasks which includes the following: Assist the Head of the Unit to develop longer term standard operating procedures with Branch Partners and stakeholders; to liaise with stakeholders of the Unit; to liaise with provinces and provide support; to support the management of partnership agreements with the Unit. The incumbent will be responsible for providing administrative support to the Unit; ensuring training of Unitís staff as required; overseeing the submission of monthly and quarterly performance reports to management and relevant stakeholders. The incumbent will also assist the Head of the Unit to develop the Risk Management Plan of the Unit; to maintain up-to-date reports on the performance of the sectors within the Unit and with partner; to develop and maintain an information system that enables easy access to information as required and to perform provisioning and administrative functions related to the work in the Unit. He/she will also need to check diverse documents for completeness and correctness; liaise with travel agencies to make travel arrangements; and to process the travel and subsistence claims for the Unit. She/he will also need to administer matters like the leave registers and telephone accounts; receive record and distribute all incoming and outgoing documents; handle the procurement of standard items like stationary, refreshments, etc. She/he will, over time help build an effective electronic document management system for the Unit; receive and direct telephone and electronic calls and messages for the Unit; maintain filing; receive and acknowledge all correspondence and handle all confidential documents sent to the Unit; prepare reports, submissions and correspondence for the Unit; assist with the preparation of presentations; ensure effective meeting preparation and minuting. Identifies venues, invites role players, organizes refreshments and sets up schedules for meetings and events. Draft agendas for meetings. Take accurate minutes of meetings. Safe-keeping of minutes and distribution.
POST: PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO DIRECTOR: SPECIAL PROJECTS UNIT (REF DHET 212/11/2015) CONTRACT POST (until March 2018) SALARY: R196 278 per annum (Level 7) REQUIREMENTS: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12/NCV certificate (Level 4). Secretarial or Office Management qualification Certificate will be an advantage (one year plus). A minimum of 3 yearsí Office management or administrative or secretarial support experience; Knowledge of manual and electronic filing systems, document tracking, storage and retrieval; Planning and organizing skills; Ability to work independently and in a team; Good interpersonal skills; Problem-solving skills; Typing skills; Communication (written, verbal and liaising) skills; Computer literacy in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook; Excellent telephone etiquette and customer DUTIES: Provide secretarial support to the Director ; Answer and screen calls; Receive clients or visitors; Arrange and coordinate meetings, workshops and appointments and provide administrative support; Manage the diary; Arrange travel and accommodation logistics for the Director; Compile and submit travel claims, cell phone claims, subsistence and travel claims; Render basic quality assurance on standard documents coming and leaving the office; Scan, fax, copy, manage and draft correspondence; Take notes keep minutes of the meetings and do typing for Director ; File copies of all documentation; Tracking of documents; Type letters, submissions, memos, reports; Manage the filing system of the Directorate/Chief Directorate and retrieval of documents as and when required; Render general support to the office of the Director. POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: ADMINISTRATION OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR-GENERAL (REF DHET 182/11/2015) SALARY: R569 538 per annum (Level 11All- inclusive remuneration package REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma/NQF Level 6 in Public Administration or equivalent. At least (5) years relevant work experience in office management. Strong organizational skills with specific reference to the management of documents. Sound
understanding of financial policies as guided by Treasury Regulations. Good communication skills with a high proficiency in writing. Specialist knowledge such as advanced level of computer literacy (MS Office, Excel and Power Point). Must be assertive, have sound interpersonal relations and conflict management skills. Ability to work without supervision. Ability to work as part of a team and under pressure. Ability to coordinate and liaise with internal Departmental branches and external stakeholders. Willingness to work overtime. A valid driverís license. DUTIES: Maintain a workflow system for the registration, tracking, coordinating and filing of information and/or documentation from and to branches within the Department, external government departments, entities and stakeholders. General administrative duties to ensure the effective and efficient functioning of the Office of the Director-General. Take responsibility for the processing of documentation that goes through the Office of the DG. Quality assurance of documents for the DGís attention as well as from the Director-Generalís office to the Ministry and external government departments, entities and stakeholders, including speeches, parliamentary questions, briefing notes and submissions. Work in collaboration with the parliamentary officer in the processing of responses to parliamentary questions, briefing notes and other relevant documents. Liaise with branches within the Department regarding the management of documents and workflow. POST: SENIOR ADMINISTRATION CLERK: OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR-GENERAL (REF DHET 213/11/2015)2 POSTS)SALARY: R 158 985 per annum (Level 6) REQUIREMENTS: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12 or NCV certificate (level 4). A minimum of 1 to 3 yearsí experience in secretariat and general administration. Knowledge of office financial management such as procurement, supply chain management, asset management and office maintenance. Computer literacy and the use of the following computer applications: Ms Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Knowledge of administration procedures and secretarial duties, including to scan, e-file and hyperlink and to maintain record keeping systems. Communication skills, client orientation and customer focus, accountability, ethical conduct and report writing skills.
DUTIES: Responsible for overall general administration in the office the Director-General. Responsible for processing invoices and claims and making of travel and accommodation arrangements. Processing of requisitions, supply chain management and procurement of goods and services. Responsible to scan, e-file and hyperlink documents and to maintain both electronic and manual record keeping systems. Responsible for the operation and maintenance of standard office equipment (fax, photocopy machine, internet connections and telephones) and asset management. Handling of confidential documents. Performance of administrative tasks such as taking minutes, typing of correspondence such as reports, letters and internal memos. Responding to enquiries received from internal and external stakeholders and interface with internal and external clients. BRANCH: CORPORATE SERVICES DIRECTORATE: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: HUMAN RESOURCE ADMINISTRATION COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND TRAINING (CET) X2 (REF DHET 183/11/2015) Salary: R 289 761 per annum (Level 9) REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma/NQF level 6 in Human Resource Management/Public Administration or equivalent qualification. A minimum of 5 yearsí experience in Human Resource Administration. Experience in the appointment and conditions of service of Educators and Adult Education and Training will be an advantage. Extensive knowledge and experience of PERSAL System. Must be able to understand and interpret prescripts and policies. Must have effective leadership abilities, interpersonal relations and conflict management skills withregard to people management. Good communication skills with a high proficiency in writing. Advanced level of computer literacy (Ms Word, Excel and PowerPoint). Ability to work under pressure and willingness to work extended hours when required. DUTIES: To manage the administrative/personnel needs of the staff in the Department and to assist in the management of the conditions of service for all staff of the Department. A business partner with clients. Manage all PERSAL functions which include appointments, transfers, promotions etc. Training skills must be of a satisfactory level to ensure that the candidate will be
able to train, evaluate and mentor subordinates and inform departmental staff of prescripts with knowledge and confidence. Writing of submissions, memos and letters. The candidate will be expected to communicate on a professional and personal level with staff both personally and telephonically. POST: SENIOR PERSONNEL PRACTITIONER: RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION (REF DHET 184/11/2015) SALARY: R243 747 per annum (Level 8) REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma/NQF Level 6 in Human Resource Management or equivalent qualification plus three years relevant experience in Recruitment and Selection. Thorough knowledge and understanding of applicable HR legislation and procedures. Excellent planning and organizing skills, interpersonal and decision-making skills. Good written and verbal communication skills. Good computer literacy (MS Word and Excel). Willingness to travel and work extra hours. A valid driversí licence will be an advantage. DUTIES: Handle the administrative process with regard to Recruitment and Selection, which includes advertising of vacancies, drafting of selection committee submissions and conduct competency assessment for SMS members. Facilitate personnel suitability checks on recommended candidates. Response handling of applications, shortlisting and interviews, prepare documentation to obtain approval for nomineeís appointment and prepare the offer of employment. Drafting complex submissions relating to HR matters. Advise line managers and staff on matters regarding recruitment and selection. Provide support in the development and implementation of HR policies. Supervision of subordinates. POST: PERSONNEL PRACTITIONER: RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION (REF DHET 214/11/2015) SALARY: R196 278 per annum (Level 7) (4 POSTS) REQUIREMENTS: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12 or NCV certificate (level 4) plus three years relevant experience in Recruitment and Selection. Thorough knowledge and understanding of
applicable HR legislation and procedures. Excellent planning and organizing skills, interpersonal and decision-making skills. Good written and verbal communication skills. Good computer literacy (MS Word and Excel). Willingness to travel and work extra hours. A valid driversí licence will be an advantage. DUTIES: Handle the administrative process with regard to Recruitment and Selection, which includes advertising of vacancies, drafting of selection committee submissions and conduct competency assessment for SMS members. Facilitate personnel suitability checks on recommended candidates. Response handling of applications, shortlisting and interviews, prepare documentation to obtain approval for nomineeís appointment and prepare the offer of employment. Advise line managers and staff on matters regarding recruitment and selection. Provide support in the development and implementation of HR policies. Mentoring of interns POST: PRINCIPAL PERSONNEL OFFICER: CONDITIONS OF SERVICE (2 POSTS) (REF DHET 215/11/2015) SALARY R196 278 per annum (Level 7) REQUIREMENT: A Senior Certificate/ Grade 12/ or NCV certificate (Level 4) coupled with at least 3 years appropriate experience. Preference will be given to candidates who have the ability to deal with all levels of staff, are computer literate and have good verbal and written communication skills. Thorough knowledge of all aspects of personnel benefits. Good team building skills, a sound knowledge of the Persal system, and sensible interpretation of the Public Service Act and Regulations are additional recommendations. DUTIES: The incumbent will be responsible for the writing of standard letters, minutes and submissions to the Director-General and the Minister, approval of transactions on Persal, as well as training, development, supervision and control of subordinates. In addition to the supervisory functions the incumbent may be requested to assist with all aspects of personnel functions regarding appointments, transfers, conditions of service, travel and subsistence claims and termination of service.
POST: SENIOR REGISTRY CLERK: PERSONNEL REGISTRY (REF DHET 216/11/2015) (3 POSTS) SALARY R132 399 per annum (Level 5) REQUIREMENT: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12 or NCV certificate (Level 4) coupled with at least one to three years relevant experience is required. Preference will be given to candidates who have the ability to deal with all levels of staff, are computer literate and have good verbal and written communication skills. It will be expected of the successful candidate to have a thorough knowledge of all aspects of personnel registry. Good team building skills, a basic knowledge of the Archive Rules pertaining to personnel records are additional recommendations. DUTIES: The incumbent will be responsible for the writing of standard letters to institutions and government departments, handle basic enquiries, keep the filing and card systems up to date, receive and post documents, maintain registers and files. DIRECTORATE: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENTPOST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT (REF DHET 185/11/2015) R 289 761 per annum (Level 9)REQUIREMENTS An appropriate Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma/NQF Level 6 in Human Resource Development/ Human Resource Management or equivalent qualification. At least 5 yearsí experience in Human Resource Development environment. Knowledge of skills development legislation, e.g. HRD Strategy for South Africa, Skills Development Act, HRD Strategic Framework for the Public Service, SAQA Act, etc. Ability to work under pressure. Good communication skills (verbal and written); excellent training management and coordination skills; policy development, implementation and monitoring; good interpersonal relations; presentation and facilitation skills; ability to conduct research; planning and organizing skills. Be creative; innovative; flexible and highly motivated. Job knowledge; computer literacy with advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office package, e.g. word, Excel, Access, Projects, PowerPoint, etc. Ability to work independently and in a team. Shortlisted candidates may be required to travel extensively.
DUTIES: The successful candidate will be required to develop, present and submit the Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) and Annual Training Report to the relevant stakeholders, Communicate and monitor the implementation of the Departmental WSP; Coordinate skills audits and training needs analysis; Monitor course attendance and compile monthly reports; Develop and submit Quarterly Monitoring and Expenditure reports to PSETA; Analyze and report on the training expenditure trends; Assess and report on the impact of training; Coordinate and generate reports to stakeholders in line with compliance issues, e.g. HRD implementation plan; Monitoring and Evaluation review of HRD policies and Strategies; Coordinate and serve as the secretariat for the Departmental Skills Development Committee; Provide HRD support to all employees including those based at TVET Colleges; Liaise with relevant stakeholders in/and outside of the Public Service; and Manage stakeholder relations including coordinating pre course meetings with service providers. POST: SENIOR TRAINING OFFICER: (BURSARIES) (REF DHET 186/11/2015) SALARY: R243 747 per annum (Level 8) REQUIREMENTS: Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma in Human Resource Development/ Management or equivalent qualification coupled with at least 3 years Training and Development experience. Knowledge and understanding of the legislations that governs Skills Development Act. Excellent interpersonal relations. Ability to function both independently and as part of the team. Ability to handle pressure. Good communication and writing skills, Good presentation and facilitation skills, problem solving skills, planning and organizational skills, Time management, co-ordination, Computer literacy (MS Office, Word, Excel, etc) , Extensive experience in the coordination and management of bursaries. DUTIES: Coordinate and administer bursaries, Provide secretariat support to Bursary committee, Conduct bursary audits, Invite employees/staff members to apply for bursaries, Respond to queries and compile quarterly reports, Communicate outcomes to applicants and their managers, Advise managers and staff regarding bursaries, Develop and update bursary database, Process bursary payments.
DIRECTORATE: GITO POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: WEBMASTER (REF DHET 187/11/205) SALARY: R569 538 per Requirements: A recognized 3 year Bachelorís degree/Diploma/NQF level 6 in Web Development and/or Software Development or equivalent qualification. Five (5) years working experience within an IT environment and at least 3 yearsí experience in developing and managing websites, ECM solutions experience, applying web usability and quality principles, database management including experience in mobile technology. Experience in and knowledge of Web-based languages Ė HTML, CSS ASP.net, VB.net and Content Management Solutions eg; SharePoint, Dot Net Nuke, Joomla , Drupal and Word pressWeb and graphic design software, such as Visual Studio , Adobe Suite and Adobe Acrobat, SQL database experience, Excellent understanding of W3 technologies. Creative and attention to detail. The ability to work independently, fast and accurately. The ability to meet deadlines, initiative, and experience in open source software packages or languages and IIS knowledge will be advantageous. Duties: Develop and manage the Departmentís online strategy and related policies. Manage the Departmentís ECM environment. Manage the Departmentís website (intranet/internet), including design and layout, Maintain the general appearance of the Departmentís website and ensure its ongoing development in line with best practices. Design and manage databases. Develop a website style guide and website policy. Ensure that all content placed on the website is approved in line with relevant Government and public information legislation and internal policies.Design and publish online Newsletter. BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT CHIEF DIRECTORATE: INDLELA POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: ASSESSMENT ADMINISTRATION (REF DHET 189/11/2015) SALARY: R674 979 per annum (Level 12) All inclusive remuneration package
REQUIREMENT: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma/ NQF Level 6 relevant to this post or equivalent qualification. A qualification in accounting and auditing would be an advantage. At least 5 years work experience in office administration, preferably dealing with adult learners. Good knowledge of Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), Treasury Regulations and related act. Skills Development Act. Good knowledge in Performance Information Management, Project management skills, good communication skills and ability to facilitate workshops and present policies and, procedures. Planning and organizing skills. Negotiation, analytical and sound interpersonal skills. Ability to work under pressure. Good analyzing and interpersonal skills. Problem solving skills. Management/leadership and supervisory skills. Computer literacy. A valid driverís licence. DUTIES: Develop and maintain INDLELA assessment management systems, effective control of assessment documents and effective recording, compilation and reporting of the assessments results. This includes: Implement and maintain a candidate trade testing administration system inclusive of fee mechanism and trade test scheduling in line with the trade test regulations ;Ensure that all trade test applicants are given feedback on trade test results and certification inclusive of responses to enquiries: Submit all necessary documentation to NAMB for recommendation of certification: Submit reports on registration and completions to NADSC and Management as required: Investigate and report on any irregularities and/or fraud within administration process and represent DHET at relevant legal processes in collaboration with DHET Legal Unit: Coordination of centralized functions of HR, ICT, supply chain, assets, security, facilities management, maintenance, auxiliary services and transport related to INDLELA day to day operations.: Apply good governance and HR management principlesPOST: SENIOR ADMINISTRATION CLERK: TRADE TEST AND REGISTRATION (REF DHET 217/11/2015) SALARY: R158 985 per REQUIREMENTS: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12 or NCV certificate (level 4). At least One (1) to three (3) years administration experience. Good knowledge of the repealed Manpower Training Act, 1981, and Skills Development Act, 1998. Knowledge of Departmental Policies. Skills:
Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel, Power Point). Report writing, planning and organizing, verbal and written communication, problem solving skills. Administration skills. DUTIES: Compile monthly workshop Assessment Schedules. Capture assessment applications within 2 working days of receiving from the SETAs and the Provincial Labour Centreís. Dispatch notification letters to all stakeholders applied. Process assessment results verified by the Section Heads and approved by the Deputy Director: Assessment. Issue certificates for the trade test results. File results and copies of the trade test certificates. Collate monthly statistics for completion and forward to the Manager for consolidation. POST: FOOD SERVICE AID: HOSTEL (2 POSTS) (REF DHET 218/11/2015) SALARY: R78 156 per annum (Level 2) REQUIREMENTS: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12 or NCV certificate (Level 4). 1 to three years relevant experience. Knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety Act. Knowledge of cooking meals. Knowledge of serving food. Skills: Communication and report writing skill. Problem solving. DUTIES: Preparation of meals, salad and deserts; Dishing up of meals during breakfast, lunch and dinner; Pack groceries in stores and fridges; Washing of dishes, cleaning of all kitchen equipment and utensils; Prepare tables. POST: LINEN STORES ASSISTANT: HOSTEL (3 POSTS) (REF DHET 219/11/2015) SALARY: R93 444 per annum (Level 3) REQUIREMENTS: A Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or NCV certificate. 1 to 3 yearsí experience Knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety Act. Knowledge of cleaning facilities. Knowledge of laundry services. Skills: Communication and report writing skill. Problem solving. Machine operator. Related garden skills such as landscaping.
DUTIES: Provide Housekeeping services, Render laundry services, Clean windows, Monitoring of linen, assets and equipment, Cleaning of bathrooms and other related duties. DIRECTORATE: SETA SUPPORT AND LEARNERSHIP POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: LEARNING PROGRAMMES (REF DHET 190/11/2015) SALARY: R289 761 per annum (Level 9) REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma/ NQF Level 6 relevant to this post or equivalent qualification. At least (5) years relevant work experience. Policy development Monitoring and Analysis, Education and Training Quality Assurance and a valid driverís license is required. Skills and competencies: An in-depth understanding of Skills Development legislations / prescripts such as Skills Development Act, Skills Development Levies Act, South African Qualifications Authority Act, National Qualifications Framework Act, Public Finance Management Act, Labour Relation Act, Employment Equity Act, key SA Labour Market partners. Project management, Financial management, Quality management, Performance management, stake holder management, conflict resolution, development of regulation and framework, Financial and statistical, grant, general knowledge of the public service regulation Act, Investigation skills, Communication skills, Computer literacy, Negotiation skills, business writing, report writing skills and analytical skills, Monitoring and evaluation, report analysis. DUTIES: Assist in the drafting of policy in the Learning Programmes Sub-Directorate. Ensure compliance and adherence to all legislative requirements relevant to the branch. Coordinate task team meeting in the Learning Programmes Sub- Directorate. Quality check all the submissions, memos and letters for all Learning programmes related work. Draft presentations and reports for Learning Programmes task team meetings. Develop and update the standard operating procedures for Learning Programmes registration process. Register and analyze Organizing Framework for Occupations (OFO) submissions from SETAs and other stakeholders. Update and review the OFO guidelines. Build capacity to SETAs on the OFO updating process, identification and reporting of occupations for skills planning. Liaise with QCTO on the development of occupational qualifications. Assist with the analysis and feedback of Sector Skills Plans developed by SETAs.
Quality checks the manual and electronic registration of all Learning Programmes applications from SETAs. Monitor the implementation of the Learning Programmes regulations and registration system. Handle and coordinate all queries related to OFO, Learning Programmes Regulations and registration process including learner queries. Liaise with SAQA and other branches on career advice and development. POST: SENIOR PRACTITIONER: QUALITY AND INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT (REF DHET 191/11/2015) SALARY: R 243 747 per annum (Level 8) REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma/ NQF Level 6 relevant to this post or equivalent qualification with at least 3 years relevant experience within Education and Training or Skills Development environment. SKILLS AND COMPETENCIESKnowledge of Project Management, Knowledge of Skills Development legislation, National Qualification Framework (NQF) Act Quality Council for Trade and Occupations (QCTO) and Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA). Demonstrate ability to produce reports, coordinate multiple stakeholder meetings and workshops. Excellent oral and written communication skills. An in-depth understanding of Skills Development legislations / prescripts such as Skills Development Act, Skills Development Levies Act, South African Qualifications Authority Act, National Qualifications Framework Act, Public Finance Management Act, Labour Relation Act, Employment Equity Act, key SA Labour Market partners. Project management, Financial management, Quality management, Performance management, stake holder management, conflict resolution, development of regulation and framework, Financial and statistical, grant, general knowledge of the public service regulation act, Investigation skills, Communication skills, Computer literacy, report writing skills and analytical skills, monitoring and evaluation, report analysis. A valid driverís license. DUTIES: Provide support and monitor the quality of provision for Occupational Qualifications through the QCTO and the NQF in line with the Skills Development Act. Manage the process of making a determination for the QCTO funding through SETA Grant funding in line with SETA Grant Regulations, Develop and communicate a schedule for the approval of the QCTO funding by the Minister to all relevant Stakeholders, ensure that the QCTO submits a budget as per the
dates on the schedule, drafting the circular and the letter to the QCTO chairperson regarding the Ministerís approval of the funding request. Manage the QCTO cooperate Governance matter, assist in the process of appointment of the QCTO Council Boards, and the Chief Executive Officers, assist in guiding and coordinating the induction of all newly appointed QCTO Council members. Provide support to the QCTO and monitor the implementation of its APP, assist with the coordination of meetings between the Skills Branch management and QCTO executive, designed to address issue of governance, assist with drafting of submission of the comments on the Strategic Plans and APP to the CFOís office. Assist in managing the work of the sub-directorate POST: SENIOR PRACTITIONER: SETA SUPPORT (REF DHET 192/11/2015) SALARY: R243 747 per annum (Level 8) REQUIREMENT: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma/NQF Level 6 in Public administration, Social Sciences, Humanities and Education and Training development or equivalent qualification. At least three yearsí experience in education environment. Demonstrate ability to produce reports, coordinate multiple stakeholder meetings and workshops. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Be fully computer literate in all MS Office programs. DUTIES: Assist with managing projects related to the implementation of skills development legislation; Coordination of skills development activities; Evaluate learnership registration applications from SETAs; Register Learnership applications from SETAs; Manage the learnership database and information; Build capacity to SETAs regarding registration of learnerships; Coordinate meetings and workshops relating to learning programmes; Liaise with QCTO on qualification development; Prepare and compile submissions to the DDG/DG/Minister; Compile reports on all activities undertaken; Administrative support to all activities undertaken in the sub directorate; Coordinate Learning Programmes and Bursary Task Team meetings; Coordinate qualification related queries and information between SAQA and the SETAs; Conduct investigations on learnerships/skills programmes matters; Liaise with employers and general public regarding skills development.
DIRECTORATE: NATIONAL SKILLS AUTHORITY SECRETARIAT (2 POSTS) POST: SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER (REF DHET 193/11/2015) 2 years contract R243 747 per annum (Level 8) REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma/ NQF Level 6 relevant to this post or equivalent qualification, including computer training. A minimum of 3 years employment experience in rendering administration and secretariat support. Good interpersonal and communication skills to interface with people from various backgrounds. Reasonable experience in using computer applications in office management including Ms Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Good organizational, report writing, minute writing and basic events management skills. Knowledge of Batho Pele principles and PFMA. DUTIES: Provide office administration and secretariat support to the NSA Directorate. Arrange NSA subcommittee meeting, events and projects. Render travel and logistical arrangements for subcommittee meetings and events. Liaise with board members to confirm availability to attend meetings and events. Prepare documentation for NSA meetings and events. Compile minutes of the meetings and circulate to members. Maintain an electronic and manual records keeping system. BRANCH: CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER POST: SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT: EXPENDITURE ADMINISTRATION (REF DHET 194/11/2015) SALARY: R243 747 per annum (Level 8) REQUIREMENT: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma/NQF Level 6 relevant to this post with accounting as a subject or equivalent qualification. Three (3) years appropriate experience in Government Financial Accounting; the BAS system, knowledge and understanding of the PFMA and Treasury Regulations; knowledge and understanding of the Basic Accounting System (BAS); good communication (verbal and written) skills; computer literacy; problem-solving skills; planning and organizing skills; analytical skills; liaison skills; client orientation skills; financial management skills; presentation skills; customer care skills. Requesting of BAS
reports when required; Filing of claim related documents. Communicate with Colleagues and officials of the department (both permanent and on contract) and Suppliers, Institutions and Auditor-General. Friendly and trustworthy; Accuracy; Confidence; Ability to work under pressure; Ability to work in a team and independently; Assertiveness; and Self starter. DUTIES: The successful candidate will be expected to handle documents and information with strict confidentiality. Duties include: Checking and authorizing sundry and creditor payments on BAS, which includes the Travel Accounts, Telkom and Cellular phone Accounts Checking and authorizing order payments on LOGIS online; Capturing of payments on BAS; Assist on Audit Queries; Responsible for the managing and clearing of general ledger accounts; Assist with the provision of information for the compilation of the quarterly and annual financial statements with specific reference to general ledger accounts; Authorizing of General Journals applicable to expenditure; Issuing and reconciling interdepartmental claims, claims in respect of the National Skills Fund and the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations. Clearing of suspense accounts related to expenditure. Manage and respond to enquiries related to this function. Supervise the work performance of subordinates by inter alia, allocating and controlling work and maintaining office discipline. POST: SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT: CASH FLOW MANAGEMENT (REF DHET 195/11/2015) SALARY: R243 747 per annum (Level 8) REQUIREMENT: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma/NQF Level 6 relevant to this post with accounting as a subject. or equivalent qualification Three (3) yearís appropriate experience in Government Financial Accounting; the BAS system, knowledge and understanding of the PFMA and Treasury Regulations; knowledge and understanding of the Basic Accounting System (BAS); good communication (verbal and written) skills; computer literacy; problem-solving skills; planning and organizing skills; analytical skills; liaison skills; client orientation skills; financial management skills; presentation skills; customer care skills. Requesting of BAS reports when required; Filing of claim related documents. Communicate with Auditor-General, Colleagues and officials of the department (both permanent and on contract). Friendly and
trustworthy; Accuracy; Confidence; Ability to work under pressure; Ability to work in a team and independently; Assertiveness; and Self starter.DUTIES: The successful candidate will be expected to handle documents and information with strict confidentiality. Duties include: Preparation of cash flow reports to the Minister and Management and ensure that the expenditure is within the approved budget of various functions and to report any envisaged over-expenditure; Compile IYM expenditure report and submit to National Treasury monthly; The compilation and submission of the Conditional Grant report in accordance with the format prescribed by National Treasury not later than 20 days after the end of each month; Updating, recordkeeping and monthly cash flow statement of official entertainment and report to Management; Request reports, check and rectify any incorrect allocations on a daily basis; Request commitment reports and check the commitments; Authorize General Journals on BAS; Liaise with managers on cash flow matters; Respond to queries raised on Cash Flow Statements and IYM reports; Manage and respond to enquiries related to this function; Supervise the work performance of subordinates by inter alia, allocating and controlling work and maintaining office discipline. POST: SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT: FINANCIAL SERVICES (REF DHET 196/11/2015) SALARY: R243 747 per annum (Level 8) REQUIREMENT: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma/NQF Level 6 relevant to this post or equivalent qualification with accounting as a subject. Preference will be given to candidates with 3 years appropriate experience in Government Financial Accounting; the BAS system, knowledge and understanding of the PFMA and Treasury Regulations; knowledge and understanding of the Basic Accounting System (BAS); good communication (verbal and written) skills; computer literacy; problem-solving skills; planning and organizing skills; analytical skills; liaison skills; client orientation skills; financial management skills; presentation skills; customer care skills. Requesting of BAS reports when required; Filing of claim related documents. Communicate with Colleagues and officials of the department (both permanent and on contract)
and Auditor-General. Friendly and trustworthy; Accuracy; Confidence; Ability to work under pressure; Ability to work in a team and independently; Assertiveness; and Self starter.DUTIES: The successful candidate will be expected to handle documents and information with strict confidentiality. Duties include: Assist in the preparation of budget documentation. Assist in the preparation of examination payments. Assist in the preparation of financial statements. Assist in the follow-up of expenditure transactions. Assist with coordination of audit queries. Request reports, check and rectify any incorrect allocations on a daily basis. Prepare documentation for the Director for special meetings; Respond to financial support services enquiries; Supervise the work performance of subordinates by inter alia, allocating and controlling work and maintaining office discipline. POST: STATE ACCOUNTANT: EXAMINATIONS AND CLAIMS (REF DHET 220/11/2015) SALARY: R196 278 per annum (Level 7) Requirement: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12 or NCV certificate (Level 4) with accounting as a passed subject. A Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma/ NQF Level 6 or equivalent qualification with accounting as a passed subject will be an added advantage. At least 3 years relevant working experience, 1 year appropriate experience in Government Financial Accounting; the PERSAL and BAS system, knowledge and understanding of the PFMA and Treasury Regulations; knowledge and understanding of the Basic Accounting System (BAS); good communication (verbal and written) skills; computer literacy; problem-solving skills; planning and organizing skills; analytical skills; liaison skills; client orientation skills; financial management skills; presentation skills; customer care skills. Communicate with examiners and moderators, marking centre managers, CET lecturers, Auditor-General. Requesting of BAS reports when required; Filing of claim related documents. Friendly and trustworthy; Accuracy; Confidence; Ability to work under pressure; Ability to work in a team and independently; Assertiveness; and Self starter. DUTIES: The successful candidate will be expected to handle documents and information with strict confidentiality. Duties include: Manage the processing of salary claims in respect of
examiners and moderators for both TVET and CET examinations and CET officials on the relevant system; Manage the processing of travel and subsistence claims in respect of examiners and moderators for both TVET and CET examinations on the relevant system; Manage the processing of CET lecturer claims; Liaise with relevant stakeholders in order to obtain necessary source documents; Attend to payments rejected by the banks and enquiries related to payments; Manage and respond to enquiries related to this function; Manage the recordkeeping and registration of all claims received for this function; Provide on the job training where necessary. Debtor control: Check and approve examination related debt calculations and transactions to be effected on the BAS and control debt documentation. Supervise the work performance of subordinates by inter alia, allocating and controlling work and maintaining office discipline. POST: CHIEF ACCOUNTING CLERK: SALARY CONTROL (REF DHET 221/11/2015) SALARY: R196 278 per annum (Level 7) REQUIREMENT: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12/ or NCV certificate (Level 4) with accounting as a passes subject. A Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma/ NQF Level 6 or equivalent qualification with accounting as a passed subject will be an added advantage. At least 3 years Ďrelevant working experience. Have in-depth knowledge of the Basic Accounting System (BAS) and PERSAL. Other requirements will be: in-depth knowledge of the requirements of the PFMA, Treasury Regulations and related policies governing PERSAL; good interpersonal, communication and managerial skills; experience in salary remuneration control; ability to work under pressure with strict deadlines; and good computer literacy skills (MS Excel and MS Word). Colleagues and PERSAL users in the Department as well as all employees within the Department to assist them with salary related enquiries. Officials from National Treasury, examiners and moderators, officials from the South African Revenue Service and other institutions. Requesting of Persal reports when required; Filing of Persal and salary related documents. Friendly and trustworthy; Accuracy; Confidence; Ability to work under pressure; Ability to work in a team and independently; Assertiveness; and Self-starter.
DUTIES: The successful candidate will be expected to handle documents and information with strict confidentiality. Duties include: Check and authorize salary related transactions on PERSAL and BAS for both Departmental officials and examiners and moderators. Check and authorize Local and Foreign travel and subsistence claims; Control payments of salary claims; Control leave and lump sum payments; Control the compilation of the Monthly BAS/PERSAL interface reconciliations; Follow up and resubmit PERSAL exceptions on BAS; Debtor control: Check and approve salary related debt calculations and transactions to be effected on the BAS and control debt documentation; Supervise the work performance of subordinates by inter alia, allocating and controlling work and maintaining office discipline. POST: SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK: EXPENDITURE (REF DHET 222/11/2015) SALARY: R158 985 per annum (Level 6) REQUIREMENT: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12/ or NCV certificate (Level 4) with accounting as a passed subject. At least 1 to 3 yearsí relevant working experience. Preference will be given to persons with experience in government finances. Friendly and trustworthy; Accuracy .Requesting of BAS reports when required; Filing of expenditure related documents. Communications with Colleagues and Suppliers. DUTIES: The successful candidate will be expected to handle documents and information with strict confidentiality. The responsibilities of the appointee will entail assisting with the clearing of ledger accounts, verification of all requests for payments received for allocation codes and supporting documentation; capture payments on the BAS system; ensure payments adhere to legislation, government prescripts and departmental policies and procedures; prepare payment advices for certain accounts; perform monthly reconciliation of accounts to ensure that all invoices are paid in time. Perform administrative tasks relating to the safeguarding of documents; attend to queries related to payments.
POST: SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK: BOOKKEEPING (REF DHET 223/11/2015) SALARY: R158 985 per annum (Level 6) REQUIREMENT: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12 or NCV certificate (level 4) with accounting as a passed subject. At least 1 to 3 years relevant working experience. Preference will be given to persons with experience in government finances. Communicate with Officials from National Treasury and other institutions such as commercial banks and Colleagues. Requesting of BAS reports when required; Filing of bookkeeping related documents. Friendly and trustworthy; Accuracy.DUTIES: The successful candidate will be expected to handle documents and information with strict confidentiality. The responsibilities of the appointee will entail journalizing of bookkeeping transactions, capturing of receipts and bank details on the system and verification of banking details, assisting with the cashierís functions, daily bank deposits and collection of statements at National Treasury and the bank. POST: SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK: SALARY PAYMENTS AND DEDUCTIONS (REF DHET 224/11/2015) SALARY: R158 985 per annum (Level 6) REQUIREMENT: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12/ or NCV certificate (level 4) with accounting as a passed subject. At least 1 to 3 years relevant working experience. Filing of salary related documents; Assisting with keeping of a register for salary payments and deductions; Assisting with Audit Queries concerning salary payments and deductions. Friendly, trustworthy and accuracy.DUTIES: The successful candidate will be expected to handle documents and information with strict confidentiality. The responsibilities of the appointee will entail the capturing of salary related transactions on PERSAL and BAS for Departmental officials, the capturing of payments of supplementary claims such as overtime, sessional allowances and advances, the instating of
garnishee orders, the cancellation of deductions such as insurance policies, the capturing of Local and Foreign travel and subsistence claims, the checking and capturing of salary claims, the distribution of PERSAL Item Analysis reports to Financial Institutions and the filing of these reports on a monthly basis, the calculation and capturing of leave and lump sum payments and responding to enquiries related to this function. POST: SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK: EXAMINATIONS AND CLAIMS (REF DHET 225/11/2015) SALARY: R158 985 per annum (Level 6) REQUIREMENT: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12 or NCV certificate (level 4) with accounting as a passed subject. At least 1 to 3 years relevant working experience. Filing of examination related documents; Assisting with keeping of a register for examination related claims; Assisting with Audit Queries concerning examination related transactions. Communicate with Examiners and Moderators. Friendly, trustworthy and accuracy.DUTIES: The successful candidate will be expected to handle documents and information with strict confidentiality. The responsibilities of the appointee will entail calculation and payments of claims for examiners and moderators on the PERSAL and BAS systems, control over schedules of claims, capturing of new examiners and moderators on the system, liaising with examiners and moderators on outstanding information not submitted before a payment could be processed and handling of enquiries concerning examiner and moderator claims. POST: REGISTRY CLERK: EXAMINATIONS, CLAIMS AND PAYROLL MANAGEMENT (REF DHET 226/11/2015) SALARY: R158 985 per annum (Level 6) REQUIREMENT: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12 or NCV certificate (level 4). At least 1 to 3 years relevant working experience. Assisting with Audit Queries concerning this function. Communicate with Auditor-General and Colleagues. Friendly, trustworthy and accuracy.
DUTIES: The successful candidate will be expected to handle documents and information with strict confidentiality. The responsibilities of the appointee will entail filing of all salary payment/salary claim related enquiries, drawing of salary/salary claim files when required, distribution of all payrolls to various pay points, posting of all salary payment advices, IRP 5ís, keeping a register for all salary related enquiries and claims and assist in responding to queries. DIRECTORATE: INTERNAL AUDITOR POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: INTERNAL AUDIT (REF DHET 197/11/2015) R 289 761 per annum (Level 9) Requirements: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma/NQF Level 6 relevant to this post or equivalent qualification with majors in Auditing/Internal Auditing and Accounting. At least 5 years internal audit experience. The candidate will furthermore be required to comply with the Standards for Professional Practice of Internal Auditing. Knowledge and skills: Sound knowledge of accounting standards and the standards of the Institute of Internal Auditors; Knowledge of legislative requirements in the Public Sector, e.g. Public Finance Management Act, Treasury Regulations, etc; Knowledge of risk based auditing in the financial, compliance and performance information audit areas; Excellent written and verbal communication and interviewing skills; Analytical and problem solving abilities; Good staff and project management skills; Good interpersonal relations; Good Computer skills. Duties: The successful candidate will report to the Deputy Director: Internal Audit and will be responsible to; Assist to develop and implement the annual risk based internal audit plan. Plan and execute financial, compliance and performance information audit engagements at the Department; Prepare appropriate audit programmes, identify audit objectives, performed audit procedures for each audit; Ensure that all audit findings are supported by the required audit evidence; Prepare draft audit reports; Obtain and evaluate management response on audit reports; Supervise and develop audit staff; Review working papers; Review risk management in the department; Performing ad-hoc audits; Performed follow up audits.
POST: SENIOR INTERNAL AUDITOR (REF DHET 198/11/2015) SALARY: R243 747 per REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree/National Diploma/NQF Level 6 in Auditing/Internal Auditing from an accredited institution or equivalent qualification. At least 3 years relevant work experience in the audit environment. Knowledge of Public Finance Management Act/Treasury Regulations and the Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing. Good analytical skills. Ability to put theory into practice. Well-developed computer skills; Good communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills; Be able to work under pressure, meet tight deadlines and be target driven. DUTIES: Compile audit plans for engagements in accordance with SPPIA. Compile and execute audit programs. Examine and evaluate internal controls and document comprehensive findings. Prepare comprehensive working papers. Draft audit reports; Perform ad hoc audits (special assignments). Perform follow up engagements. Assist with the identification, evaluation and measurements of risks. Guide and develop junior audit staff. BRANCH: UNIVERSITY EDUCATION POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: UNIVERSITY POLICY AND DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT (REF DHET 106/07/2015) (This post is a re-advertisement, the applicants who applied before are encouraged to apply again) SALARY: R674 979 per annum (Level 12) All inclusive remuneration package REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate Bachelorís degree or equivalent in a relevant field. Due to the professional nature of the job, a Masterís degree will be a distinct advantage. The candidate must have at least 5 years of work experience linked to the implementation of research policies and/or HE policies in general. The candidate must be prepared to work odd hours as the job involves travelling from time to time. This is a middle management position that requires strong administrative and operational management competency. Envisaged for appointment in this position is an individual with sound organizational and administrative skills. The individual should have strong computer skills and knowledge of large databases. Furthermore, the position requires
excellent analytical skills, especially interpretation of statistical data; project management; strong writing skills, communication skills and sound interpersonal skills. Knowledge of local and international trends in HE generally and HE policy in particular will be an advantage, as will knowledge of the sector and stakeholders concerned. The appointee must be able to proactively identify and explore areas of synergy with other components of the Department, statutory bodies and non-government organizations. RESPONSIBILITIES: The scope of the position includes, but is not be limited to: Maintenance of the evaluation system for measuring research outputs of HE institutions, and the analysis of related data; Receiving research outputs from institutions and verifying to ensure compliance with the policy; Preparing spreadsheets of publications for evaluation by the research outputs panel; Convening the research outputs panel meetings to evaluate publications from HEIs; Analyzing panel decisions and developing an annual report on the results of the research outputs evaluation process; Development and management of relevant policies in various areas of HE; Support of research development and initiatives at HE institutions; Management and implementation of bilateral and multi-lateral education agreements. The successful candidate will also be expected: to provide support to various programmes promoting HE including the Higher Education and Training HIV and AIDS (HEAIDS) programme; Participate in departmental, inter-departmental and various other HE stakeholdersí committees/forums; and provide general administrative support to the Directorate to ensure efficient delivery on goals and targets. CHIEF DIRECTORATE: TEACHING AND LEARNING DEVELOPMENT POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: TEACHING QUALIFICATIONS AND POLICY REF DHET 201/11/2015)SALARY: R 351 659 per annum Level 10 REQUIREMENTS: A recognized 3 year Bachelorís degree/Diploma/NQF Level 6 in Education/Human Resources Management or equivalent qualification. Five (5) years relevant experience within the evaluation of qualifications environment. Consideration will be given to candidates with a clear understanding of and interest in teacher education qualifications, qualifications frameworks, requirements for registration of qualifications on the NQF, quality
assurance processes and accreditation of institutions and programmes in higher education; a clear understanding of policies regarding the evaluation of qualifications for employment in education; the ability to conduct basic research on local and foreign qualifications; the ability to communicate effectively with key stakeholders including teachers, TVET college lecturers, college managers, provincial officials, faculties and schools of education, the Council on Higher Education and South African Qualifications authority; basic computer literacy, including skills and knowledge of MS Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint. A relevant postgraduate qualification and work experience in the evaluation of qualifications for employment in education will be added advantages. A valid driverís license. DUTIES: The scope of the Assistant Directorís work will include but not be limited to: evaluation of local and foreign teacher education qualifications, as well as the approval of new teacher education programmes for employment in education; assisting provincial education department evaluators, Technical and Vocational Education and Training College and Community Education and Training Human Resource officials on the evaluation of teaching and lecturing qualifications; and advising universities on the specific admission requirements for different teacher and lecturer education qualifications. DEPUTY DIRECTOR: NATIONAL NORMS AND STANDARDS FOR VCET INSTITUTIONS INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING Ė TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TVET) COLLEGE (REF DHET 180/11/205) Salary: R569 538 per annum (Level 11) All- inclusive remuneration package REQUIREMENTS: Applicants should be in a possession of at least a three-year B degree with Economics, preferably with Econometrics (or equivalent qualification). A minimum of eight (8) years as an Assistant Director or equivalent work experience preferably in funding frameworks and policies. Extensive knowledge and insight into the education policies and legislations for public colleges. Experience in financial management in a Government environment will be an added advantage. Policy analysis, development and implementation skills. Knowledge of the policies or legislative framework in Vocational and Educational Training and Community Education and Training Colleges, Adult Education and Training, Public Finance Management Act.
Good financial analytical and research skills. Good communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills. Ability to work in a team and to work under pressure. Meet tight deadlines and be target driven. Computer literate with extensive knowledge of MS Word and Excel skills. Qualification in Accounting or Masters in Economics will be an added advantage. DUTIES: Plan the equitable distribution of funding in support of policies for education and training delivery in Community Education and Training Colleges. Manage models for planning equitable pro-poor funding. Gather, analyse and utilise data for the development of national Norms and Standards for Community Education and Training Colleges. Research and analysis of emerging issues to inform development and the review of funding norms. Determining required education inputs. Analyse and interpret emerging and evolving conditions for review of the funding policies where circumstances demand and/or at certain intervals. Manage the development, review and implementation of an equitable funding framework for Community Education and Training Colleges. Manage and monitor implementation to ensure compliance with the funding norms. Facilitate reporting on the implementation of the funding policy to identify areas for improvement as well as maintain and sustain best practices. Analyse, interpret and apply both financial and non-financial data for financial policy development. Benchmarking against other financing policies globally. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: RESEARCH, COSTING AND FINANCIAL SYSTEMS FOR VCET INSTITUTIONS FUNDING- TVET COLLEGES (2 POSTS) (REF DHET 179/11/205) Salary: R 289 761 per annum (Level 9) REQUIREMENTS: Applicants should be in a possession of at least a three year B degree with Financial Accounting or Financial Management as one of the majors (or equivalent qualification), 6 years relevant work experience preferably in the financial environment. Extensive knowledge of and insight into education policies and legislation for TVET Colleges. Experience in financial management in a government environment will be an added advantage. Experience in the interpretation and application of Generally Recognized Accounting Practices (GRAP). Experience in policy development and implementation skills. Knowledge of the legislative framework in
TVET colleges, the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and Treasury Regulations. Good analytical and research skills. Good communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills. Ability to work in a team and to work under pressure. Ability to meet tight deadlines and be target driven. Working of overtime may be required as and when required. Computer literate with extensive knowledge of MS word and excel skills. CTA qualification or honours in Accounting will be an added advantage. DUTIES: Analyze and interpret audited Annual Financial Statements (AFS) for TVET Colleges. Advice and support in financial policy development for TVET Colleges. Provide advisory support with regard to the financial system development for TVET Colleges. Manage the development and maintenance of a database for Annual Financial Statements and projection reports. Monitor and support financial management in TVET Colleges. Develop information systems to monitor financial management, expenditure and service delivery in the VCET sector. Develop and maintain costing models. Conduct research to support development and review of funding policies for VCET institutions. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: BUDGETING AND FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION FOR VCET INSTITUTIONS Ė TVET COLLEGES (2 POSTS) (REF DHET 178/11/205) Salary: R 289 761 per annum (Level 9) REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must be in possession of at least a three-year B degree (or equivalent qualification) with Financial Accounting or Financial Management as one of the major subjects. Minimum of five (5) years relevant work experience preferably in the financial accounting environment. Extensive knowledge and insight into the post-school education and training legislation and policies of state funded education institutions. Policy development and implementation skills. Knowledge of the legislative framework of Vocational Continuing Education and Training (VCET), Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and Treasury Regulations. Good financial analytical and research skills. Good communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills. Ability to work in a team and to work under pressure, meet tight deadlines and be target driven. Computer literate with extensive knowledge of MS office software packages.
DUTIES: Provide assistance on the analysis of expenditure reports and give inputs on the recommendations on funding, rollovers, virements, etc; Ensure availability of information required for the determination of the budgets to be allocated to VCET institutions and support the process for determination of the budgets; Monitoring and Reporting of the utilization of the budget allocated to VCET Institutions; Determination of the payment schedules for the transfer of allocations to VCET institutions; Ensure communication to VCET Institutions about indicative and final budget allocations; Ensure timeous approval of transfers of allocated funds to VCET institutions; Assist with processes of the procurement and payment of goods and services for VCET institutions; and perform any adhoc task as may be required from time to time. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: NATIONAL NORMS AND STANDARDS FOR VCET INSTITUTIONS INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING Ė TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TVET) COLLEGES: MONITORING AND REPORTING ON COMPLIANCE (REF DHET 177/11/205) Salary: R 289 761 per annum (Level 9) REQUIREMENTS: Applicants should be in a possession of at least a three-year B degree with Economics (or equivalent qualification). Research methodologies. Six years relevant work experience preferably in funding frameworks and policies. Extensive knowledge and insight into the education policies and legislations for public colleges. Policy analysis, development and implementation skills. Knowledge of the policies or legislative framework in Technical and Vocational and Educational Training (TVET) Colleges and Public Finance Management Act. Financial analytical and research skills. Good communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills. Ability to work in a team and to work under pressure. Meet tight deadlines and be target driven. Computer literate with basic knowledge of MS Word and Excel skills. Qualification in Built Environment will be an added advantage. DUTIES: Gather, analyse and utilise data to monitor and report on national Norms and Standards for TVET Colleges. Develop and manage monitoring systems and models for the TVET Colleges infrastructure funding norms. Develop and manage Monitoring plans of the TVET Colleges
infrastructure funding norms. Design different strategies and methods for monitoring to achieve specific purposes. Identify performance indicators or key areas for assessment. Develop survey instruments. Monitor implementation of the TVET Colleges infrastructure funding norms. Report on implementation of the funding norms to ensure compliance with the TVET Colleges infrastructure funding policies and further improvement. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: NATIONAL NORMS AND STANDARDS FOR VCET INSTITUTIONS INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING Ė TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TVET) COLLEGES: DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION (REF DHET 188/11/205) Salary: R 289 761 per annum (Level 9) REQUIREMENTS: Applicants should be in a possession of at least a three-year B degree with Economics (or equivalent qualification). Research methodologies. Six years relevant work experience preferably in funding frameworks and policies. Extensive knowledge and insight into the education policies and legislations for public colleges. Policy analysis, development and implementation skills. Knowledge of the policies or legislative framework in Technical and Vocational and Educational Training (TVET) Colleges and Public Finance Management Act. Financial analytical and research skills. Good communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills. Ability to work in a team and to work under pressure. Meet tight deadlines and be target driven. Computer literate with basic knowledge of MS Word and Excel skills. Qualification in Built Environment will be an added advantage. DUTIES: Gather, analyse and utilise data to develop and implement national Norms and Standards for TVET Colleges. Draft and review of infrastructure funding norms. Develop and manage advocacy strategy of the infrastructure funding norms. Develop models for implementation for infrastructure funding policy. Conduct readiness assessment for implementation of the infrastructure funding norms. Responsible for the implementation of the infrastructure funding norms.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: NATIONAL NORMS AND STANDARD FOR VCET INSTITUTIONS FUNDINGĖ TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TVET) COLLEGES, MONITORING AND REPORTING ON COMPLIANCE (REF DHET 199/11/205) Salary: R289 761 per annum (Level 9) REQUIREMENTS: Applicants should be in a possession of at least a three-year B degree with Economics (or equivalent qualification). Research methodologies. Six years relevant work experience preferably in funding frameworks and policies. Extensive knowledge and insight into the education policies and legislations for public colleges. Policy analysis, development and implementation skills. Knowledge of the policies or legislative framework in Technical and Vocational and Educational Training (TVET) Colleges and Public Finance Management Act. Financial analytical and research skills. Good communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills. Ability to work in a team and to work under pressure. Meet tight deadlines and be target driven. Computer literate with basic knowledge of MS Word and Excel skills. Qualification in Econometrics will be an added advantage. DUTIES: Gather, analyse and utilise data to monitor and report on national Norms and Standards for TVET Colleges. Develop and manage monitoring systems and models for the TVET Colleges funding norms. Develop and manage Monitoring plans of the TVET Colleges funding norms. Design different strategies and methods for monitoring to achieve specific purposes. Identify performance indicators or key areas for assessment. Develop survey instruments. Monitor implementation of the VCET institutions funding norms. Report on implementation of the funding norms to ensure compliance with the VCET institutions funding policies and further improvement.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: NATIONAL NORMS AND STANDARD FOR VCET INSTITUTIONS FUNDINGĖ TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TVET) COLLEGES, DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION (REF DHET 176/11/205) Salary: R289 761 per annum (Level 9) REQUIREMENTS: Applicants should be in a possession of at least a three-year B degree with Economics (or equivalent qualification). Research methodologies. Six years relevant work experience preferably in funding frameworks and policies. Extensive knowledge and insight into the education policies and legislations for public colleges. Policy analysis, development and implementation skills. Knowledge of the policies or legislative framework in Technical and Vocational and Educational Training (TVET) Colleges and Public Finance Management Act. Financial analytical and research skills. Good communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills. Ability to work in a team and to work under pressure. Meet tight deadlines and be target driven. Computer literate with basic knowledge of MS Word and Excel skills. Qualification in Econometrics will be an added advantage. DUTIES: Gather, analyse and utilise data for the development of national Norms and Standards for TVET Colleges. Draft and review of funding norms. Develop and manage advocacy strategy of the funding norms. Develop models for implementation for funding policy. Conduct readiness assessment for implementation of the funding norms. Responsible for implementation of the funding norms. BRANCH: HRD PLANNING, MONITORING AND MONITORING COORDINATION POST: CHIEF DIRECTOR: POLICY MANAGEMENT AND SYSTEMS PLANNING REF DHET 167/11/2015) SALARY: R 1042 500 per annum (all inclusive package) Level 14 REQUIREMENTS: A minimum requirement is a Bachelorís degree relevant to this post. A Masterís degree in a relevant field will be an added advantage. At least 5 - 10 yearsí experience in the education and training sector, management skills, basic human resource skills, finance skills. Knowledge of the South African education and training system specifically the legislative
frameworks, policies and regulations that govern Strategic Planning, Information Systems, Research and Monitoring and Evaluation . The candidate must have proven strategic management and leadership capabilities, and be a strong communicator with the ability to interact with Branches in the Department of Higher Education and Training, other government departments, entities and institutions. Additional requirements are excellent project management, problem solving, report writing and communication skills. The incumbent should be able to perform in a team environment. Good computer and analytic skills are a requirement. Good knowledge and understanding of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and public sector budgeting planning. A valid driverís licence. DUTIES: The scope of the Chief Directorís work will include but not be limited to: Strategic Planning, Monitoring and reporting of the Departmentís Annual Performance Plan, Information Systems Management, Policy Support, Analysis and reporting on key statistics on post-school education and training, Analysis and reporting on key indicators pertaining to the performance of the post-school education and training system, Analysis and reporting of investment trends in Post-School Education and Training, Research Coordination and Management, Labour Market Intelligence, The promotion of the use of Labour Market Intelligence, Secretariat services to Senior Management meetings and Ministerís meetings with senior management POST: CHIEF DIRECTOR: SOCIAL INCLUSION, EQUITY, ACCESS AND QUALITY SALARY: R 1042 500 per annum (all inclusive package) Level 14 REF DHET 168/11/2015) REQUIREMENTS: A minimum requirement is a Bachelorís degree in Educational Management, Education, Psychology, Social Science or another relevant field. A relevant Mastersí degree in one of the above disciplines will be an added advantage. At least 5 - 10 yearsí experience in the education and/or training sector, management skills, basic human resource skills, finance skills. Knowledge and understanding of the South African education and training system, specifically the legislative frameworks, policies and regulations that govern social inclusion, open learning, career development and the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). The incumbent should have extensive experience in managing one or more of these areas. The candidate must have proven strategic management and leadership capabilities, and be a strong communicator with
the ability to interact with different branches in the Department of Higher Education and Training, other government departments, entities and institutions. Further requirements are excellent project management, problem solving, report writing and communication skills. The incumbent should be able to perform in a team environment and have excellent computer skills. Good knowledge and understanding of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), public sector budgeting, planning etc. will be an added advantage. A valid driverís licence.DUTIES The duties will include: Manage the development of policies, provide support and monitor progress with regards to social inclusion and cohesion, including people with disabilities in the post-school education and training sector; Manage the development of policies, provide support and monitor progress about NQF related matters and statutory functions assigned to the Minister, Director-General, SAQA and the Quality Councils; Manage the development and implementation of national policy, provide support to Government Departments, entities and institutions in career development services, manage the National Career Development Services helpline and related services and monitor progress of the provision of career development services in the country; Manage the development of policies, provide support and monitor progress of Open and Distance Learning in the post-school education and training system; and Plan and provide open learning opportunities in the post school education and training system through the National Open Learning System. The incumbent will be responsible for strategic planning and management of resources allocated to the Chief Directorate in line with the Senior Management Service CMC framework. DIRECTORATE: INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT POST: DIRECTOR: INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT SALARY: R 867 177 per annum (all inclusive package) Level 13 REF DHET 169/11/2015) REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate Bachelorís degree relevant to this post. A graduate/post graduate degree in Information Systems, Statistics or Knowledge Management will be an added advantage. At least 5- 10 yearsí relevant experience in managing information systems or data management. Experience in the education and training environment will be an added advantage.
Ability to assess, quality assure, analyze and interpret large-scale data. Proven project management, financial and human resource management skills. Experience in policy development processes. Appropriate computer, information management, writing and verbal and communication skills A valid driverís licence. DUTIES: Develop and manage policies, standards, guidelines and protocols on matters pertaining to the management information system of the post-school education and training sector. Prepare an annual publication on statistics on post-school education and training. Ensure that data requests from the public and international organizations, are responded to. Design functional specifications, protocols, processes and tools for data collection from post-school education and training institutions and other relevant organizations. Establish and manage appropriate structures and mechanisms to coordinate the implementation of the management information system of the post-school education and training sector. Establish and implement protocols and processes to ensure that the data collected by the different sub-sectors of the post-school education and training sector are audited and quality assured. Serve as the Information Officer for the Department, and undertake all functions associated with this position, as outlined in the Information Policy. DEPUTY DIRECTOR: SYSTEM PLANNING AND ECONOMIC ANALYSIS REF DHET 202/11/2015 SALARY: R671 196 per annum (Level 12) All inclusive remuneration package REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate Bachelorís degree relevant to this post with 5 years relevant experience. A graduate/post graduate degree in Economics, Population Development, Statistics or a related field plus practical experience in the field of economic research and analysis will be an advantage. Consideration will be given to candidate with: Extensive experience in the use of STATA,EVIEWS or SPSS, plus MS Access as well as Advanced EXCEL; an extensive knowledge of education policy and planning issues; deep understanding of the post-school education and training sector including the SETA environment; experience in the calculation of indicators in the field of education and training and related fields; experience in the development of tools or instruments for information gathering and reporting and knowledge of research methodologies and techniques; excellent report writing and presentation skills and the ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines. A valid driverís licence.
DUTIES: The scope of the Deputy Directorsí work will include but not be limited to: Developing a framework for the monitoring of the post-school system; developing a framework for the monitoring of skills supply and demand; developing indicators and other tools to monitor the performance of the post-school system and produce an indicator report on system performance; developing indicators and other tools to monitor the interactions of the supply for and the demand for skills using the labour force survey and other related sources of data; producing the report on post-school statistics and indicators; conducting the projections of demand using econometric models (the output being a report on projections, and should include past trends, the status quo and projections); producing the report on skills supply and demand for annual publication; undertaking analysis, reporting and publication of large-scale data, including amongst others, the analysis and reporting of the findings of the revised WSP/ATR; managing research projects associated with the monitoring of the post-school system; assisting the Director with relevant tasks as required and represent the Department in meetings as required.CHIEF DIRECTORATE: POLICY MANAGEMENT AND SYSTEMS PLANNING DIRECTORATE: RESEARCH COORDINATION, MONITORING AND EVALUATION POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: RESEARCH COORDINATION SALARY: R674 979 per annum (level 12) all inclusive remuneration package) REF DHET 203/11/2015 REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree relevant to this post. Masterís or Doctoral degree in Education or a relevant Social Science discipline will be an advantage. At least five yearsí experience in writing research or evaluation reports in areas pertaining to post-school education and training. Experience in the management of large-and small-scale research or evaluation projects. Experience in developing research proposals as well as terms of reference for commissioned research. Experience in the development of tools and instruments for information gathering and reporting. Experience in preparing progress reports in response to, inter alia,
international commitments. Experience in promoting research utilization. Appropriate computer, writing and verbal skills. A valid driverís licence. DUTIES: Manage small- and large-scale research and evaluation projects. Prepare terms of reference for commissioned research. Prepare research proposals. Undertake small research projects. Evaluate research proposals. Prepare the research bulletin on post-school education and training. Coordinate and manage the work of the research forum on post-school education and training. Maintain the research repository on post-school education and training. Quality assure research and evaluation reports. Undertake any other tasks associated with research coordination. Develop and maintain research networks. Work independently as well as part of a team, especially across DHET units. Make oral presentations at seminars, workshops and conferences. Perform any other reasonable task assigned by the Director DIRECTORATE: GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS (INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS) POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR SALARY: R289 761 per annum (level 9) REF DHET 204/11/2015 Requirements: An appropriate Bachelorís Degree in Politics, International Relations, Diplomacy or related field. A post graduate qualification will serve as an advantage. At least 5 years relevant work experience, of which at least 2 years must have been in the conduct of international relations. The appointee should have a good understanding of South Africaís higher education and training policies as well as its foreign policy. Skills: Excellent written and verbal communication skills; demonstrated client service orientation and interpersonal skills; a strategic thinker with good analytical capabilities; demonstrated computer skills; a team player with good management and administrative skills having the ability to multi-task. The appointee will be expected to travel both locally and internationally, work under pressure and odd hours at times, and must have a driverís license. Applicants may be required to undergo competency assessment tests. A valid driverís licence. Duties: The appointee will be involved in the promotion of international relations concerning higher education and training matters at both bilateral and multilateral levels. Develop and monitor
agreements and implementation plans on bilateral cooperation. Provide strategic analysis of higher education and training developments in countries in order to assist in the formulation of cooperation strategies and policy development processes. Provide comprehensive status reports and synthesized political and education briefings on international collaboration programmes and projects. Liaise with the Department of International Relations and Cooperation and diplomatic missions both internally externally on matters concerning the promotions of bilateral and multilateral cooperation in higher education and training. Maintain relations with education and training institutions, specialized agencies and educational non-governmental organizations working in the field of promoting South Africanís educational objectives abroad. Contribute towards the maintenance of a database on international linkages and programmes of all higher education and training institutions through regular updates. To manage the logistical and programmatic arrangements for the hosting of incoming international delegations, conference, workshops, seminars and outgoing study visits and delegations. DIRECTORATE: STRATEGIC PLANNING AND SECRETARIAT SUPPORTADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER SALARY: R 196 278 per annum (level 7) REF DHET 227/11/2015) REQUIREMENTS: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12/NCV certificate (Level 4). Diploma in Administration or equivalent qualification will be an added advantage. A minimum of 3 years work experience in administration. Strong administrative and organizational skills, Computer literacy. Research skills. Report writing skills. Ability to work independently, as well as in a team, Good interpersonal skills, good verbal and written communication skills, attention to details, initiative and self-motivated. Knowledge of relevant legislation/policies/prescripts and procedures e.g. PFMA, Batho Pele. Basic knowledge of financial administration. DUTIES: The successful candidate will be expected to render general administrative support for the Directorateís meetings, minute taking, recording, organizing, capturing and retrieving correspondence and data. Draft letters and submissions and other documents. Handle outgoing and incoming correspondence. Update schedules, registers and statistics. Handle routine enquiries.
Distribute documents/packages to various stakeholders as required. Keep and maintain the filling system for the Directorate and ensure effective information system. CHIEF ADMINISTRATION CLERK TO THE DIRECTOR: GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS SALARY: R 196 278 per annum (level 7) REF DHET 228/11/2015 REQUIREMENTS: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12 or NCV certificate (level 4). A minimum of a certificate/diploma in office administration will be an added advantage. At least three yearsí experience in general office administration, workflow management and client service. The ideal candidate should be proficient in all MS Office programmes with excellent typing, written and verbal communication skills. Excellent organizational and time management skills; good telephone etiquette and document management skills. Must have a driverís license and own transportation. Applicants may be required to undergo competency assessment tests. DUTIES: Submission of visa and passport applications for Departmental officials, management of Directorateís office equipment and furniture; financial administration of all operations to ensure that finances are maintained and reported on in an accurate and timely manner and comply with relevant legislation, record keeping, filing and document management, general administrative and logistical support for the Directorate, including for international and domestic travel, incoming and outgoing delegations and meetings. PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR: GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS SALARY: R196 278 per annum (Level 7) REF NO DHET 229/11/2015 REQUIREMENTS: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12 or NCV certificate (level 4). A certificate/diploma in secretariat or office administration qualification will be an added advantage. Three yearsí experience in general office administration, workflow management and client service. The ideal candidate should be proficient in all MS Office programmes with excellent typing and written and verbal communication skills. Organizational and prioritization skills; good telephone
etiquette and document management. Applicants may be required to undergo competency assessment tests. DUTIES: Manage the Directorís diary, schedule meetings and set realistic appointments on behalf of the Director. Receive guests in the office of the Director; answer and screen all calls, directing or attending to those not required to be attended to by the Director; check in-tray on daily basis and make sure the Director attends to urgent issues; file copies of all documentation; keep a record of the workflow of the directorate. Track submissions/memoís routed via the Directorís office; make logistical arrangements as required; type letters, submissions/memos, reports and open mail; render a general secretarial and office auxiliary service. Arrange air, rail and road bookings and accommodation for the Director; monitor resolutions taken at management meetings and inform the Director on progress made; manage the filing system of the Directorate and retrieval of documents when required. DIRECTORATE STRATEGIC PLANNING POST: CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE CLERK SALARY: R 158 985 per annum (Level 6) REF NO DHET 230/11/2015 REQUIREMENTS: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12 or NCV certificate (level 4). Diploma in Administration or equivalent qualification will be an added advantage. A minimum of 1-3 years relevant work experience in a public sector environment. Knowledge of relevant legislation/policies/prescripts and procedures e.g. PFMA, Batho Pele. Basic knowledge of financial administration. Good telephone etiquette, computer literacy, ability to do research, analyze documentation and situations, strong administrative and organizational skills. Report writing skills, work independently, as well as in a team. Good interpersonal skills, good verbal and written communication skills, attention to details, initiative and self-motivated. DUTIES: The successful candidate will be expected to render general administrative support, meetings, minute taking, recording, organizing, capturing and retrieving correspondence and data. Draft letters and submissions and other documents. Handle outgoing and incoming
correspondence. Update schedules, registers and statistics. Handle routine enquiries. Distribute documents/packages to various stakeholders as required. Keep and maintain the filling system for the Sub-Directorate and ensure effective information system. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: STRATEGIC PLANNING SALARY: R 289 761 per annum (Level 9) REF NO DHET 205/11/2015 REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate 3-yearsí Bachelorís Degree relevant to this post or an equivalent qualification. A relevant post-graduate degree will be an added advantage. A minimum of 5 years work experience in strategic planning. Good understanding of the Framework for Strategic Plans and Annual Performance Plans, PFMA, Treasury Guidelines and Public Service Act/Regulations. Strategic thinking and analytical capability. Computer literacy. Proven research skills. Excellent report writing skills. Knowledge of strategic issues facing the Post-School Education and Training sector. DUTIES: The successful candidate will be expected to assist with the development and compilation of departmentís Strategic Plans, Annual Performance Plans and Management Performance Assessment Tool (MPAT). Plan and arrange strategic planning workshops with relevant stakeholders. Assist with providing support to the departmentís senior management in relation to strategic planning. Assist in the promotion of compliance with planning frameworks through periodic departmental workshops. Liaise with relevant departmental units for the collation of sector planning information. Facilitate submission and tabling of Strategic Plans and Performance plans to Parliament, National Treasury and the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation. Assist the Deputy Director with relevant tasks as required. Represent the Department in meetings as required.
PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE CHIEF DIRECTOR: POLICY MANAGEMENT AND SALARY: R 196 278 per annum (Level 7) REF NO DHET 231/11/2015 REQUIREMENTS: A Senior Certificate/Grade 12 or NCV certificate (level 4). A relevant certificate/diploma in secretariat or office administration will be an added advantage. A minimum of 3 years of experience in rendering administrative and secretarial support to senior management in the public service. Good interpersonal and communication skills to interface with people from diverse backgrounds. Good written and verbal communication skills. Experience in using computer applications Ms Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Good organizational and basic events management skills. Experience in recording minutes of meetings; creating and managing simple databases and preparing presentations on PowerPoint. Good knowledge and experience of public service financial administration and supply chain administration and management. Must be able to prepare and manage the unitís budgets and cash flows. DUTIES: Provide secretarial and administrative services to the Chief Director. Manage the Chief Directorís diary, schedule meetings and workshops. Prepare all necessary documentation for the Chief Director; perform routine duties in the office of the Chief Director including telephone, travel arrangements, hotel bookings and arranging appointments and meetings with stakeholders. Provide communication support services to the Chief Director, including handle all correspondence and queries requiring the attention of the Chief Director; interface with internal and external stakeholders and respond to all queries received from stakeholders. Provide financial administration support to the Chief Director, including the management and administration of budgets, cash flow and petty cash. Render chief directorate management support services including keep records of all documents received and processed; obtain inputs, collates and compile reports, e.g. progress, monthly and management reports; scrutinize routine submissions/ reports and make notes and/or recommendations for the Chief Director; and attend to general chief directorate administration. Provide document management support including record, safe keep and file all documentation and records in line with the relevant legislation and policies. Provide personnel
administrative support to the Chief Director including leave, planning, reporting and scheduling of meetings. PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO DIRECTOR: INFORMATION SYSTEMS REF NO DHET 232/11/2015 SALARY: R196 278 per annum (Level 7) REQUIREMENTS: Senior Certificate/Grade 12 or NCV certificate (level 4). A relevant certificate/diploma in secretariat or office administration will be an added advantage. A minimum of three (3) yearsí Office management or administrative or secretarial support experience; Knowledge of manual and electronic filing systems, document tracking, storage and retrieval; Planning and organizing skills; Ability to work independently and in a team; Good interpersonal skills; Problem-solving skills; Communication (written, verbal and liaising) skills; Computer literacy in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook; Excellent telephone etiquette and customer relations. DUTIES: Provide secretarial and administrative support to the Director; Answer and screen calls; Receive clients or visitors; Organize meetings; Manage the Directorís diary; Manage the Directorís diary; Arrange travel and accommodation logistics for the Manager; Compile and submit travel claims, cell phone claims, subsistence and travel claims; Render basic quality assurance on standard documents coming and leaving the office; Scan, fax, copy, manage and draft correspondence; Compile minutes of staff and other meetings; Record and track submissions, memos and other relevant documents; Manage the filing system of the Directorate and retrieval of documents as and when required; Render general secretarial and administrative support to the Directorate. PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE CHIEF DIRECTOR: SOCIAL INCLUSION, EQUITY, ACCESS AND QUALITY SALARY: R 197 278 per annum (Level 7) REF DHET 233/11/2015REQUIREMENTS: Senior Certificate/Grade 12 or NCV certificate (level 4). A relevant certificate/diploma in secretariat or office administration will be an added advantage. A
minimum of 3 years employment experience in rendering administrative and secretarial support to senior management. Good interpersonal and communication skills to interface with people from diverse backgrounds. Good written and verbal communication skills. Experience in using computer applications Ms Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Good organizational and basic events management skills. Ability to create and manage simple databases and presentations. Basic knowledge of financial administration, including budgets, and managing cash flow. DUTIES: Provide secretarial support service to the Chief Director, including support in the planning and managing of day to day office activities; schedule meeting and workshops; manage and administer the Chief Directorís diary and itinerary; prepare all necessary documentation for the Chief Director; perform routine duties in the office of the Chief Director including telephone, travel arrangements, hotel bookings; and arranging appointments and meetings with stakeholders. Provide communication support services to the Chief Director, including handle all correspondence and queries requiring the attention of the Chief Director; respond to enquiries received from internal and external stakeholders; and interface with internal and external clients. Provide financial administration support to the Chief Director, including handle and manage budgets, cash flow and petty cash. Render chief directorate management support services including keep records of all documents received and processed; obtain inputs, collates and compile reports, e.g. progress, monthly and management reports; scrutinize routine submissions/ reports and make notes and/or recommendations for the Chief Director; and attend to general chief directorate administration. Provide document management support including record, safe keep and file all documentation and records in line with the relevant legislation and policies. Provide personnel administrative support to the Chief Director including leave, planning, reporting and scheduling of meetings.
DIRECTORATE: LEGAL SERVICES POST: SENIOR LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER (MR-6) (REF DHET 206/11/2015) SALARY: R364 566 Ė R 730 182 per annum REQUIREMENT: An LLB or 4 years recognized legal qualification; At least 6 years appropriate legal experience post obtaining of the legal qualification; Admission as an Attorney or Advocate (preferably); Thorough and proven knowledge of labour relations and labour law in a unionised environment. Knowledge of Government and Departmental Policies and Strategies would be an added advantage. Knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act and Regulations, Skills Development legislation and budgetary / financial management will also be an advantage. Skills and Competencies: Legal research and drafting skills (legislation; sub-ordinate legislation, legal opinions; agreements); Planning and decision making skills; Strategic capability and leadership; Interpersonal; Problem Solving and Dispute Resolution; Time Management; Report Writing; Computer literacy (MS Office), Communication (written and verbal). A valid driverís license Duties: The person appointed to this challenging position in the directorate Legal and Legislative Services: Skills and Corporate Services will be fully involved in all key performance areas: Litigation; Legislation; Legal Advice and also in the disciplinary processes of both middle and senior management. Develop plans and strategic interventions related to the implementation of relevant legislation. Coordinate and liaise with relevant stakeholders / role players on effective implementation of legal framework related Skills Development. Draft, develop and compile legal documents; memoranda; reports and government notices. Monitor and evaluate reports related to the implementation of the legislation. Monitor and analyse legislation and provide legal advice on the impact of current legislation and Bills of other departments on the Department and recommend appropriate interventions. Conduct legal research and provide legal advice. Draft legal opinions and guidelines or any other policy to facilitate the implementation of the relevant legislation. Respond to parliamentary questions and requests in terms of PAIA. Handle hoc tasks in line with instructions.
POST: LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER GRADE 1 (REF DHET 207/11/2015) SALARY: R151 233 per annum REQUIREMENTS: A LLB Degree or 4 year recognized legal qualification; at least 1 year appropriate post qualification legal experience. Sound knowledge of South African legal system; knowledge of Government and Departmental Policies and Strategies would be an advantage; knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act and Higher Education and Training legislation and budgetary/financial management will also be an advantage. Skills and Competencies: legal research; drafting of agreements, sub-ordinate legislation, legal opinions; planning and decision making skills; good interpersonal skills; dispute resolution; time management and ability to prioritize; report writing and problem solving; project management; computer literacy (MS Office); communication (written and verbal) skills. DUTIES: The person appointed to this position in the Legal and Legislative Services Directorate for Education Institutions will be fully involved in all litigation; develop plans and strategic intervention related to the implementation of relevant legislation related to Higher Education and TRAINING laws. Draft legal documents, memoranda, reports and Government Notices; co-ordinate the submission of monitoring and evaluation report related to the implementation of the legislation; prepare, consolidate and compile institutional performance reports; analyse legislation and provide recommendation for appropriate interventions; respond to request for legal opinions; support the Senior Legal Administration Officer in drafting key documents related to the implementation of relevant legislation; support the Senior Legal Administration Officer in planning, monitoring and co-ordination of processes and stakeholders/role players in the implementation of relevant legislation; compile legal research documents, memoranda, reports and Government Notices; conduct research and provide recommendations on appropriate interventions to be taken to improve both legislation and programmes to enhance the implementation of relevant legislation; draft legal opinion and guidelines or any other policies to facilitate the implementation of the relevant legislation; assist the Senior Legal Administration Officer in compiling monthly reports. Deal with requests for legal opinions; respond to
Parliamentary questions; draft and provide legal advice on domestic and international agreements; handle ad hoc tasks in line with instructions. Note: Interviewed candidates will be subjected to a competency assessment where necessary. The successful candidate will be required to sign an annual performance agreement and employment contract on appointment, disclose his/her financial interest and be subjected to security clearance. APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED ON Z83 FORM OBTAINABLE FROM ANY PUBLIC SERVICE DEPARTMENT OR ON THE INTERNET AT WWW.GOV.ZA/DOCUMENTS AND MUST BE
ACCOMPANIED BY A COMPREHENSIVE CV AS WELL AS CERTIFIED COPIES OF ALL QUALIFICATIONS, IDENTITY DOCUMENT (ID) AND DRIVERS LICENCE (WHERE IT IS REQUIRED). IT IS THE APPLICANTíS RESPONSIBILITY TO HAVE FOREIGN QUALIFICATIONS EVALUATED BY THE SOUTH AFRICAN QUALIFICATION AUTHORITY (SAQA). FAILURE TO SUBMIT THE REQUESTED DOCUMENTS WILL RESULT IN YOUR APPLICATION NOT BEING CONSIDERED. CANDIDATES WHOSE APPOINTMENT WILL PROMOTE REPRESENTATIVITY IN TERMS OF RACE, GENDER AND DISABILITY WILL RECEIVE PREFERENCE. AS OF 1 JULY 2006, ALL NEW APPOINTMENTS IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE HAVE TO BE PART OF THE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE MEDICAL SCHEME (GEMS) IN ORDER TO QUALIFY FOR A GOVERNMENT MEDICAL SUBSIDY. PLEASE FORWARD YOUR APPLICATION, QUOTING THE REFERENCE NUMBER TO: THE DIRECTOR-GENERAL, DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING, PRIVATE BAG X 174, PRETORIA, 0001 OR HAND DELIVER TO: 123 FRANCIS BAARD STREET (FORMER SCHOEMAN STR.) PRETORIA. CORRESPONDENCE WILL ONLY BE ENTERED INTO WITH SHORT-LISTED APPLICANTS. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AFTER THE CLOSING DATE OR FAXED AND EMAILED APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. CLOSING DATE: 11 December 2015 at 16h00 ENQUIRIES: Ms L Blou / Mr D Sebela/ Ms D Pholo TEL NO: 012 312 5395/ 012 312 5512/ 0123125027

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