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DATE OF ISSUE: 22 MARCH 2013 TO ALL HEADS OF NATIONAL DEPARTMENTS/PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENTS/GOVERNMENT COMPONENTS PUBLIC SERVICE VACANCY CIRCULAR NO 12 OF 2013

1. Introduction 1.2 The aim of this Circular is not only to distribute advertisements of vacancies to departments and employees throughout the Public Service, but also to facilitate the deployment of employees who are in excess. As regards the latter issue, National Departments/Provincial Administrations and Government Components are called upon to give serious consideration during the filling of vacancies to the absorption of employees who have been declared in excess if they apply. ADMINISTRATIONS/ PROVINCIAL

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Directions to candidates 2.1 Applications on form Z83 with full particulars of the applicants training, qualifications, competencies, knowledge and experience (on a separate sheet if necessary or a CV) must be forwarded to the National Department/Provincial Administration/Government Component in which the vacancy/vacancies exist(s). Applicants must indicate the reference number of the vacancy in their applications. Applicants requiring additional information regarding an advertised post, must direct their enquiries to the National Department/Provincial Administration/Government Component where the vacancy exists. The Department of Public Service and Administration must not be approached for such information. Applications should be forwarded in time to the advertising department since applications received after the applicable closing date will not be accepted. Considering the aim of this Circular (see paragraph 1.1 above), advertisements contained herein are meant for the attention/perusal of serving employees only. Persons not employed in the Public Service may thus not apply for the vacancies advertised in this Circular, except if the relevant department has extended the scope of its recruitment initiative to persons not employed in the Public Service, in which case the relevant vacancy will have been advertised through other means such as the media. (Clarity in this regard can be obtained from the relevant advertising National Department/Provincial Administration /Government Component).

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Directions to National Departments/Provincial Administrations/Government Components 3.1 3.2 The contents of this Circular must be brought to the attention of all employees. It must be ensured that employees declared in excess are informed of the advertised vacancies. Potential candidates from the excess group must be assisted in applying timeously for vacancies and attending where applicable, interviews.

Directions to National Departments/Provincial Administrations/Government Components in which vacancies exist 4.1 Where vacancies have been identified to promote representativeness, the measures contained in Chapter 1, Part III. D2 of the Public Service Regulations, 2001 must be complied with. Advertisements for such vacancies should state that it is intended to promote representativeness through the filling of the vacancy and that the candidature of persons whose transfer/appointment will promote representativeness, will receive preference. Candidates must be assessed and selected in accordance with the relevant measures contained in Chapter 1, Part VII. D of the Public Service Regulations, 2001.

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INDEX NATIONAL DEPARTMENTS NATIONAL DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES DEFENCE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ENERGY ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS GOVERNMENT PENSIONS ADMINISTRATION AGENCY (GPAA) HEALTH HUMAN SETTLEMENTS JUSTICE AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT LABOUR OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION PERFORM,ANCE, MONITORING AND EVALUATION PALAMA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT TOURISM WATER AFFAIRS PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATIONS PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION GAUTENG KWAZULU-NATAL LIMPOPO WESTERN CAPE ANNEXURE R S T U PAGES 71 81 82 83 84 85 - 90 ANNEXURE A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q PAGES 03 04 05 07 08 10 11 12 13 18 19 20 21 27 28 32 33 40 41 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 53 54 70

ANNEXURE A DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHERIES It is the Departments intention to promote equity through the filling of posts, according to the set Employment Equity targets. To facilitate this process successfully, an indication of race, gender and disability status is required. APPLICATIONS : Applications may be posted to URS Response Handling, P. O. Box 11506, Tierpoort, 0056 OR deposited in the URS Response Handling boxes at any one of the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries offices indicated below. Pretoria: Reception, Agriculture Place, 20 Steve Biko Street (formerly Beatrix Street), Arcadia, Pretoria, Gauteng. Cape Town: Reception (Ground Floor), Foretrust Building, 3 Martin Hammerschlag Way, Foreshore, Cape Town, Western Cape. Stellenbosch: Reception (Support Building), Quarantine Station, Polkadraai Road, Stellenbosch, Western Cape. Pietermaritzburg: Reception (5th Floor), Old Mutual Building, 185 Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal. King Williams Town: Reception (Ground Floor), Old SABC Building, 2 Hargreaves Avenue, King Williams Town, Eastern Cape. Nelspruit: Reception (4th Floor), Prorom Building, Corner Brown and Paul Kruger Streets, Nelspruit, Mpumalanga. Makhado: Reception (1st Floor), Magistrate Building, 110 Munnik Street, Makhado, Limpopo UMTATA: Reception (3rd Floor), PRD Building, 2 Sutherland Street, Umtata, Eastern Cape The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries and Ultimate Recruitment Solutions (URS) will NOT accept liability for any applications forwarded to any other address besides those indicated above. Enquiries: URS Response Handling, Tel. 012 811 1900. 5 April 2013 Applications must be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service department or on the internet at http://www.info.gov.za/documents/forms/employ.pdf and should be accompanied by a recently updated, comprehensive CV as well as copies of all qualification(s) [Matric certificate must also be attached] and IDdocument and Drivers licence [where applicable]. Non-RSA Citizens/Permanent Resident Permit Holders must attach a copy of his/her Permanent Residence Permit to his/her application. Should you be in possession of a foreign qualification, it must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). Failure to submit all the requested documents will result in the application not being considered. Correspondence will be limited to short listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted within three (3) months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Suitable candidates will be subjected to a personnel suitability check (criminal record check, citizenship verification, financial/asset record check, qualification/study verification and previous employment verification). Successful candidates will also be subjected to security clearance processes. Where applicable, candidates will be subjected to a skills/knowledge test. Successful candidates will be appointed on a probation period of twelve (12) months. The Department reserves the right not to make appointment(s) to the advertised post(s). OTHER POSTS POST 12/01 : WEB DEVELOPER 2 POSTS REF NO: 31/2013 (Six Months Contract) Directorate: Knowledge and Information Management R464 919 per annum (All inclusive package) Pretoria Applicants must be in possession of a Bachelors degree or National diploma in Computer Sciences and/or Information Technology. Extensive knowledge of and experience in website development, integration, Project Life Cycle and SCLC, My SQL and MS SQL, web technologies/scripting tools (HTML, XML, CSS, JavaScript, JSP, Web Services, Adobe Flash, etc.). Knowledge of the Object Oriented environment and exposure to DreamWeaver of ITIL. A valid drivers licence.

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The incumbent will be responsible for website development (may include business area analysis, solution definition, design, building, testing, training and post implementation support). Develop and maintain architecture using the latest website development toolsets. Integrate content from several websites into one. Provide overall design and structure of the website. Establish coding guidelines (error handling logging, testing, threading, etc.) and enforce guidelines. Develop a website update site. Ensure that the design patterns can be maintained and extended. Using the information from the business analyst he/she must identify, define and catalogue all data the application stores in the database. Define infrastructure requirements. Website support, i.e. manage software configurations, monitor faults and fault reports, provide technical support and informal training to users. Corrective maintenance, i.e. correct faults, software coding or executions not satisfying functional requirements. Preventative maintenance, i.e. prevent future systems problem. Optimisation, i.e. improve operations, performance, cost effectiveness, etc. Enhancements, i.e. meet expanding user requirements. Document all programming specification, technical specifications and changes. Mr E. Senamela, Tel. 012 319 7908. Short-listed candidates will be subjected to competency assessment. Applicants must be prepared to travel. PRINCIPAL HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER REF NO: 103/2013 Directorate: Human Resources Management R160 224 per annum Pretoria Applicants must be in possession of a Grade 12 (Matric) Certificate or a National diploma/degree in Human Resources Management. Sufficient knowledge of and experience in Human Resources Administration dealing with conditions of service and service benefits, such as termination of service, overtime, administration of leave and long service recognition, of the Public Service Regulations and Public Service Act, 1994 (Act 103 of 1994) as well as other Human Resources prescripts and legislation. The ability to interpret HR prescripts and apply them. Organising and sound Interpersonal relations, numeric and good communication (verbal and written) skills. The ability to work well under pressure with several different issues simultaneously as well as identify urgent and/or important matters. He/She must be receptive to ideas and suggestions from supervisors, colleagues and clients. Innovative thinker and be able to express creativity. Computer literacy in MS Office software. Proven experience in and knowledge of PERSAL administration functions. Proof of your current salary level must be attached to your application. A valid drivers licence. The incumbent will be responsible to supervise the activities of the Sub-division. Check and administer all functions related to service benefits, conditions of service, termination of service for salary levels 1 to 12, which include, overtime authorisation, housing and State guarantees, remunerative work outside the employment of the Department, all types of leave, auditing of leave and housing files, processing the termination of service of contract and permanent employees, long servicerecognition, etc. Proven human resources information support (e.g. PERSAL). Supervise, evaluate and develop staff reporting to this position. Give inputs for the development of policies and/or improvement of human resources practices and/or procedures. The incumbent may be required to travel from time to time. Ms E. Lepart, Tel. 012 319 7824. A pre-interview test will be conducted to asses the required skills and knowledge.

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ANNEXURE B DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE CLOSING DATE NOTE : : 12 April 2013 (Applications received after the closing date and faxed copies will not be considered). Applications must be submitted on the prescribed form Z83 (obtainable from any Public Service department), which must be originally signed and dated by the applicant and which must be accompanied by a detailed CV (with full particulars of the applicants training, qualifications, competencies, knowledge & experience) and clear certified copies of original educational qualification certificates, ID document and Drivers license (where applicable). Failure to comply with the above instructions will result in applications being disqualified. Applicants applying for more than one post must submit a separate form Z83 (as well as the documentation mentioned above) in respect of each post being applied for. If an applicant wishes to withdraw an application it must be done in writing. Should an application be received where an applicant applies for more than one post on the same applications form, the application will only be considered for the first post indicated on the application and not for any of the other posts. Under no circumstances will photostat copies or faxed copies of application documents be accepted. The successful candidates will be subjected to Personnel Suitability Checks (criminal record-, citizenship- & financial/asset record checks and qualification and employment verification). Successful candidates will also be subjected to security clearance processes. Potential candidates, declared in excess must indicate their excess status on Z83, Applicants who do not receive confirmation or feedback within 3 (three) months after the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful. Due to the large volume of responses anticipated, receipt of applications will not be acknowledged and correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. For more information on the job description(s) please contact the person indicated in the post details. Successful candidates will be appointed on probation for the period of twelve (12) months ito the prescribed rules. The Department reserves the right not to make appointment(s) to the advertised post(s). The advertisement(s) contained herein is/are meant for the attention/perusal of serving employees/officials of the DOD/Public Service. Persons not employed by the DOD/Public Service may thus not apply for the vacancies advertised in this Circular. OTHER POSTS POST 12/03 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR (DEPARTMENTAL POLICY ADVISOR) This post is advertised in the DOD and broader Public Service Defence Policy, Strategy and Planning Division R495 603 per annum Pretoria BA-degree, majoring in policy management and development environment. Training in DOD Policy writing will be an advantage. 3-5 experience in policy management and development environment. Special requirements (skills needed): Proven leadership, project management, analytical and evaluations skills. Ability to communicate in English (written and verbal) at different levels. Special knowledge of legislation, regulations, processes and procedures applicable to the Department of Defence. A valid drivers license within a year. Ensure that Policy Owners (Divisional Chiefs) and Policy Writers produce and maintain functional departmental policies for implementation in the DOD. Assist with the establishment, deployment, maintenance and management of Departmental policy system. Provide management reports on the status of Departmental policy. Provide an advisory service to users of the DOD policy system and procedures at all levels. Ensure process compliance and do quality control at policies tendered for approval by the Defence Policy Board/Plenary Defence Staff Council. Do continuous scanning of external policy environment. Assist with training of users of the policy system. Dr S. Bretenbach, (012) 355 6978 or Z. Slabbert, (012) 355 5634 Department of Defence, Defence Policy, Strategy and Planning Division, Private Bag X 910, Pretoria, 0001.

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ASSISTANT DIRECTOR (DEFENCE STRATEGY) This post is advertised in the DOD and broader public service. Defence Policy, Strategy & Planning Division, Chief Directorate Strategic Management (Directorate Strategy and Plan), Defence Headquarters Erasmuskloof R252 144 per annum Pretoria. (NQF 6 level) plus academic qualification with specialization in management science, strategic studies or related field. A post graduate qualification will be a strong recommendation. A minimum of two years experience in the development and implementation of corporate strategy, planning, monitoring and evaluation. Special requirements (skills needed): Good research, writing skills, analytic, communication, report writing and presentation skills. Understanding and interpretation of relevant regulatory frameworks, Acts, Regulations and Policies. Sound understanding of Government planning framework, risk management, and monitoring and evaluation. Excellent end user computer skills in MS Word, MS Excel, MS Powerpoint. Astute programme and project management skills. Must be able to function under pressure and against deadlines. Experience in dealing with management planning or strategic issues at least at Divisional level (level 2) or corporate level in the Public Service. Practical experience in policy writing, strategic planning workshops at corporate level will be an advantage. Must be able to comply with the security clearance processes of the Department of Defence. Analyse the Defence Strategic Environment: Analyse Government strategic direction and the impact on the department. Participate in the external environmental review processes of the DOD, which encapsulate the identification and management of strategic issues in the department. Assist with the promulgation of the Annual Defence Strategic and Functional Guidelines for Planning: Facilitate and assist with the compilation and issuing of strategic and functional guidelines in the department. Interaction with external stakeholders as and when required by legislation. Assist with the reviewing of the Defence Secretariat strategic and Annual Performance Plans. Ability to analyse and provide well researched, reports/correspondence on strategic planning matters that affect the department. Management of special projects pertaining to the strategic planning of the DOD. Conduct research into international best practices or benchmarking in respect of specific strategic issues that impact the DOD. Facilitate and assist with the identification of gaps in the strategic planning or reporting systems of the DOD, especially if there is a deviation from Government Policies and provide well researched professional advice on corrective action to address such. Mr M.L. Cox / Mr P. Ramsing, (012) 355-5966/5967. Department of Defence, Chief Directorate Human Resource Management, Directorate Career Management, Ms L. Hammond, Private Bag X137, Pretoria, 0001 or may be hand delivered to Poynton Building, Bosman Street 195, Pretoria where it must be placed in wooden box 4 at Reception. Applicants will be expected to undergo a competency test. A report and a 10 minute presentation as part of the interview will be required. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR (ADMINISTRATION) This post is advertised in the DOD and broader Public Service Defence International Affairs Division, Armscor Building, Erasmuskloof R252 144 per annum Pretoria. Degree/National Diploma in Administrative course. Knowledge of Government policies, Departmental Policy, Decisions and Wider Intra-Departmental Activities in Government. Special requirements (skills needed): Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel, Power Point), Planning and programming-, Interpersonal skills, conflict handling-, problem solving-, management-, leadership-, conceptual thinking skills, written and verbal communication. Plan, co-ordinating and control the CDDIA programme. Manage CDDIA`s correspondence and personal staff work. Co-ordinate general administration of the CDDIA. Formulate, direct and control the DIA strategic planning process. Act as liaison point between CDDIA and the rest of the Division. Ensure quality control of staff work to and from the CDDIA. Control and manage the Budget and Business Plan for the Office of the CDDIA and Directors. Manage all resources in the Office of the CDDIA. Plan and arrange visits, meetings, functions and conferences.

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ANNEXURE C ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT APPLICATIONS : : : : Economic Development Department, Private Bag X 149, Pretoria,0001 or Hand deliver to The DTI Campus, Corner Meintjies and Esselen Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria, Uuzaji Building, Block E, Ground Floor Ms Nthabiseng Mahlangu 05 April 2013 Applications must be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the internet at www.gov.za/documents. The completed and signed form Z83 should be accompanied by recently updated, comprehensive CV as well as certified copies of all qualification(s) and ID-document. Should you be in possession of a foreign qualification, it must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). Applicants who do not comply with the above-mentioned requirements, as well as applications received late, faxed and emailed will not be considered. Failure to submit all the requested documents will result in the application not being considered. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted within three (3) months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Suitable candidates will be subjected to a personnel suitability check (criminal record, citizenship, credit record checks, qualification verification and employment verification). OTHER POSTS POST 12/06 : : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: EMPLOYMENT IMPACT REF NO: EDD/2013/03/1 (2 years contract) R464 919 per annum. The Middle Management Service (MMS) package is flexible and may be individually structured as prescribed. The remuneration package is th inclusive of all cost-related service benefits/obligations including basic salary, 13 cheque, medical assistance, housing assistance, pension fund contributions, etc. (Level 11). Pretoria Masters degree or equivalent experience; at least two years experience in evaluating the impact of state measures. Support research to improve understanding of the impact of state actions of all kinds on employment creation in both the public and private sectors. Assist in organising training courses for departments, provinces and municipalities. Assist in development of training materials and curricula for the training programme. Assist in annual review of the direct and indirect impact of the state on employment. Ms Nthabiseng Mahlangu Tel no: (012) 394 5603 DEPUTY DIRECTOR: EDD/2013/03/7 (3 years contract) : SMALL AND MICRO ENTERPRISE REF NO:

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R464 919 per annum. The Middle Management Service (MMS) package is flexible and may be individually structured as prescribed. The remuneration package is th inclusive of all cost-related service benefits/obligations including basic salary, 13 cheque, medical assistance, housing assistance, pension fund contributions, etc. (Level 11). Pretoria Masters degree or equivalent experience; at least one years experience in policy development on SMEs Assist in developing strategies to upgrade incomes and productivity in small and micro enterprise. Assist in annual review of existing strategies for SMEs at all levels of the state, identifying their aims, synergies or otherwise, resourcing and approaches to extension, financing, conditions of work, access to markets and access to suppliers Ms Nthabiseng Mahlangu Tel no: (012) 394 5603 DEPUTY DIRECTOR: EDD/2013/03/4 (3 years contract) YOUTH EMPLOYMENT STRATEGY REF NO:

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R464 919 per annum. The Middle Management Service (MMS) package is flexible and may be individually structured as prescribed. The remuneration package is th inclusive of all cost-related service benefits/obligations including basic salary, 13 cheque, medical assistance, housing assistance, pension fund contributions, etc. (Level 11). Pretoria Masters degree or equivalent experience; at least two years experience in policy around youth in the economy. Assist in developing proposals to ensure that implementation of the NGP contributes to overcoming the disadvantaged position of youth in the economy. Assist with annual review of youths position in the economy, and how it has been affected by state actions. Organise regular platforms on youth in the economy Ms Nthabiseng Mahlangu Tel no: (012) 394 5603 DEPUTY DIRECTOR: DATA MANAGEMENT REF NO: EDD/2013/03/5 (3 years contract) R464 919 per annum. The Middle Management Service (MMS) package is flexible and may be individually structured as prescribed. The remuneration package is th inclusive of all cost-related service benefits/obligations including basic salary, 13 cheque, medical assistance, housing assistance, pension fund contributions, etc. (Level 11). Pretoria Masters or equivalent experience in relevant fields plus at least one years work with economic statistics and relevant software. Support improved utilisation of data across EDD. Identify and systematise data sources and databases. Identify and procure appropriate software. Organise regular training in data utilization and analysis and in relevant software for EDD staff members. Assist with monthly consolidation and presentation of new data on employment, economic growth and equity. Ms Nthabiseng Mahlangu Tel no: (012) 394 5603 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: AGRICULTURAL SECTOR STRATEGIES REF NO: EDD/2013/03/2 (3 years contract) R236 532 per annum level 9 Pretoria Bachelor degree or equivalent experience with a focus on agricultural and/or rural development; at least one years experience in relevant policy work. Support improved engagement with agricultural stakeholders, including within the state, on achievement of relevant targets for employment. Assist in annual review of developments in agriculture and rural development, and the role of the state in that context. In second and third year, support work with stakeholders on strategies for subsectors within agriculture. Ms Nthabiseng Mahlangu Tel no: (012) 394 5603 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: GENDER AND THE NGP REF NO: EDD/2013/03/3 (3 years contract) R236 532 per annum level 9 Pretoria Masters degree or equivalent experience; at least one years experience in policy issues of gender and the economy . Help to develop proposals to ensure that implementation of the NGP contributes to overcoming the disadvantaged position of women in the economy. Assist with annual review of womens position in the economy, and how it has been affected by state actions. Organise regular platforms on women in the economy. Ms Nthabiseng Mahlangu Tel no: (012) 394 5603 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: SECTOR STRATEGIES REF NO: EDD/2013/03/6 (3 years contract)

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ANNEXURE D DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY APPLICATIONS FOR ATTENTION CLOSING DATE NOTE : : : : The Director-General, Department of Energy, Private Bag X96, Pretoria, 0001 or hand delivered to, Corner Paul Kruger and Visagie Street. Pretoria Ms S Rabodiba/ Mr P Ndlovu 05 April 2013 Applications must be on a fully completed Z83 forms, signed and dated accompanied by a Comprehensive CV and certified copies of qualifications as well as ID. References should include present and former supervisors as well as their telephone, fax and e-mail addresses. Suitable candidates will be subjected to Personnel Suitability Checks (criminal record, citizen, credit record checks, qualification and employment verification). Confirmation of final appointment will be subject to a positive security clearance. All non SA citizens must attach a certified proof of permanent residence in South Africa. Due to the large number of responses anticipated, receipt of applications will not be acknowledged and correspondence will be limited to short listed candidates only. Applicants are advised not to send their applications through registered mail as the Department will not take responsibility for non collection of these applications. It is the applicants responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA) and proof must be attached thereof. It will be expected of candidates to be available for selection interviews on a date, time and place as determined by the Department. All applications must be sent to the address provided above, and not to the specific region(s). The successful candidates will be required to sign a performance agreement within three (3) months of appointment. Should you not be contacted after 60 days of the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful. OTHER POSTS POST 12/13 SALARY CENTRE REQUIREMENTS : : : : ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER R160 224 per annum, Level 07 Head Office (Pretoria) Bachelors Degree/ National Diploma in Public Administration/Management or Office Management with relevant experience in administration PLUS the following key competencies:2Knowledge of: Basic knowledge of legislation (Energy, PFMA, Public Service)iKnowledge of the Department of Energy and GovernmentiKnowledge of Human Resource and Finance Administration2Skills: Basic numeric and literacy skillsiAnalytical and problem solving skills2 Communication: Good verbal communication2 Creativity: Good judgmentiDecision makingiPlanningiInnovative thinking. Administer the Directorates budgetiCoordinate and administer Human Resource Management activitiesiCoordinate and administer Supply chain and related activitiesiArrange and coordinate meetings, workshops and conferencesiArrange travelling and accommodation for the directorateirepresent the directorate in support related committeesiProvide general administrative support Ms Y Mapekula (012) 406 7860 PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR: COMMUNICATION R160 224 per annum, Level 07 Head Office (Pretoria) Appropriate National Diploma/Degree Office Administration or Equivalent Qualification with relevant experience PLUS the following key competencies: 2Knowledge of: Knowledge on the relevant legislation/polities/prescripts and procedure. Basic knowledge of financial administration 2Skills: Good telephone etiquetteiComputer literacyiSound organization skills2Communication: Language skills and the ability to communicate well with people at the different level and from different Background. Provide Secretariat/Reception Support to the ManageriReceive telephone callsiPerforms advance typing workiRecords the engagements of the senior iCompiles Realistic Schedule of appointmentsiRendering Administration support services to the manager/unitiScrutinize document to determine action/information/other document required for meetingiCollects and compile all

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ANNEXURE E DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS The National Department of Environmental Affairs is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer NOTE : Must be submitted on a Z83 form with a copy of a comprehensive CV, certified copies of qualifications and ID document in order to be considered, It is the applicants responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). Correspondence will be limited to successful candidates only. If you have not been contacted within three 3 months after the closing date of the advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Short-listed candidates will be subjected to screening and security vetting to determine their suitability for employment, including but not limited to: Criminal records; Citizen status; Credit worthiness; Previous employment (reference checks); and Qualification verification The persons appointed to these positions will be subjected to a security clearance. SMS candidates will be subjected to a competency assessment test and the signing of a performance agreement and an employment contract (once appointed) the department reserves the right not to make an appointment. OTHER POSTS POST 12/15 : : DIRECTOR: ADMINISTRATION SERVICES) REF: AP 8003/2013 SUPPORT (ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY

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Remuneration package of R R719 613 per annum (all-inclusive salary package). The remuneration package includes a basic salary (70% of package), States contribution to the Government Employee Pension Fund (13% of basic salary) and a flexible portion which can be structured according to the individuals personal needs. Pretoria An appropriate degree or diploma in Administration or equivalent qualification and extensive experience in administration management. Knowledge of the Public Service and departmental procedures and prescripts Knowledge of strategic coordination planning, business planning, business process management, organisation performance management, risk management and audit procedures as well as project management. Good communication skills,both written and verbal Sound organising and facilitating skills Good interpersonal relations skills . Ability to protect the confidentiality of documents. Willingness to travel as and when required. Advanced computer skills. Manage and Monitor the administration of the required planning processes and implementation of delegated management decisions. Manage the administration of Branch/Unit performance as per the strategic plan, APP and PAs. Manage the administration of the Branch/unit financial Planning, procurement, control and audit processes. Manage the provision of general correspondence, document, asset and human resource administration and general support services to the Branch Unit. Manage and coordinate the representation of and compliance by Branch /Unit with Departmental and other regulatory policy administration Mr G Ntshane Tel: (012) 310 3367 The Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag X447, Pretoria, 0001 or hand-delivered to: 315 Pretorius Street, Cnr Pretorius and Van Der st Walt Street, Fedsure Forum Building, 1 Floor Room 106, Information Centre, North Tower ES Zungu 08 April 2013 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT REF NO: AP6033/2013 R236 532 per annum (Total salary package of R330 912 p.a. / conditions apply) Pretoria An appropriate 3 year Bachelors degree/Diploma in Human Resource Development or with relevant experience in Human Resource Development field. Good verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills. Knowledge and understanding of legislative frameworks within the human resource development area. Ability to implement projects and understanding of PFMA and procurement processes. Valid drivers license is essential.

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Appropriate salary will be determined according to the Regulatory Framework (based on OSD) Pretoria An appropriate Bachelors degree or equivalent (e.g. Environmental Science, Development Planning) is required. The candidate should have a broad knowledge of environmental management policies and legislations. Knowledge of governments policies; programme and planning instruments. The candidate must have sound project management and financial management skills. Good planning skills and communication skills. Must be able to work individually and within a team as well as under pressure. Report writing and computer literacy skills are required. The successful candidate will be responsible for the strategic coordination of the secretariat functions and planning of MINTECH Working Group which requires the development of the Annual Work Plan and preparation of the quarterly progress reports on the key performance areas. Manage and coordinate the Outcome 10 Secretariat functions which involve rendering support on the implementation and refinements of the Outcome 10 Delivery Agreement; participating and contributing in the institutional structures for coordination of Outcome Approach and act as the focal point of coordination for the Outcome 10 work in the department and the sector. Manage planning and reporting on the implementation of the environment sector priorities and programmes. Ms KC Tlouane (012) 310 3745 The Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag X447, Pretoria, 0001 or hand-delivered to: 315 Pretorius Street, Cnr Pretorius and Van Der Walt Street, Fedsure Forum Building, 1st Floor Room 106, Information Centre, North Tower Mr S Pheeha 08 April 2013 BIODIVERSITY OFFICER PRODUCTION: POLICY DEVELOPMENT REF NO: REF NO: AP8004/2012 Appropriate salary will be determined according to the regulatory framework (based on OSD) Pretoria An appropriate recognized three years Bachelors degree or equivalent qualification in natural/environmental sciences (a degree in Environmental Law will serve as an added advantage). Sound knowledge of biodiversity issues, and experience in policy formulation and implementation of biodiversity-related legislation is essential in

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particular the National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act (Act 10 of 2004) (NEMBA) and its associated regulations. Experience in or advanced knowledge of the implementation of provisions of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). Advanced knowledge of sustainable use of natural resources, threatened or protected species and CITESlisted species. Good managerial, organization, communication, interpersonal and administration skills. Knowledge of financial management. A valid drivers licence. The successful candidate will be required to assist the sub-directorate responsible for the: development of national biodiversity-related regulations, norms and standards, policies, strategies, programmes, indicators and other legislative tools relating to the sustainable use of wildlife resources, with specific reference to threatened or protected species and CITES listed species. Provision of the legal framework to facilitate the implementation of and compliance with multilateral environmental agreements (CITES and CBD) through the development of appropriate and relevant legislative provision in terms of NEMBA. Provision of sound advice to line function staff and stakeholders outside the Public Service on the sustainable use of wildlife resources relating to threatened or protected species and CITES-listed species. Ms M Boshoff (012) 310 3534 The Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag X447, Pretoria, 0001 or hand-delivered to: 315 Pretorius Street, Cnr Pretorius and Van Der Walt Street, Fedsure Forum Building, 1st Floor Room 106, Information Centre, North Tower Ms ES Zungu 08 April 2013 ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER SPECIALISED PRODUCTION (4 POSTS) LOCAL GOVERNMENT SUPPORT REF NO: AP6034/2013 Appropriate salary will be determined according to the regulatory framework (based on OSD) Applicants must specify their preferred centre Northern Cape Siyanda District Municipality (Upington) (X1) Limpopo Capricorn District Municipality (Polokwane) (X1) Western Cape Overberg District Municipality (Bredasdorp) (X1) Western Cape Eden District Municipality (George) (X1) An Appropriate Bachelors degree in Environmental Management/ Environmental Sciences/ or equivalent qualification as well as training in project management. The applicant should at least have three years experience in the field of environmental management, relevant experience in community facilitation and development; government planning processes (especial Local Government planning) and spatial planning; interacting with provincial and local authorities; in-depth knowledge of environmental Legislations and their application, Project management, Intergovernmental Relations, Expanded Public Works. The following skills will serve as recommendations, computer literacy, good verbal and written communication skills, interpersonal, coordination and stakeholder management, organizational, communication, facilitation and a good understanding of government planning processes. The successful candidate must have a valid drivers license. Support all departmental programmes/activities aimed for the municipalities. Support Environmental Planning/ Management in the municipalities: facilitate the development of environmental sector plans in the municipalities; advice the municipalities on municipal mandates in line with different environmental legislations and their application. Facilitate & coordinate environmental capacity building initiatives: conduct capacity analysis to assess the capacity of the municipality to carry out their environmental management mandate; facilitate capacity building initiatives for the municipalities. Support municipal planning process and forums/ structures: participate in the municipal planning processes such as Integrated Development Planning and ensure the integration of environmental priorities. Support the implementation of Social Responsibility programmes: support the project identification; planning; implementation and monitoring and evaluation; facilitate stakeholder engagement in projects. Langanani Dombo (012) 310 3042 The Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag X447, Pretoria, 0001 or hand-delivered to: 315 Pretorius Street, Cnr Pretorius and Van Der Walt Street, Fedsure Forum Building, 1st Floor Room 106, Information Centre, North Tower Mr M Mashele

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R198 975 per annum (Total package of R285 343 p.a. conditions apply) Pretoria An appropriate 3-year Bachelors degree or equivalent qualification, or Grade 12 with appropriate experience in education, training and development. Computer literacy and knowledge of MS Office, strong verbal and written communication skills, knowledge of relevant skills development legislation and guidelines, valid drivers licence, Work experience in the environment and education sector will be a strong recommendation. The successful candidate will assist in the implementation of the Environmental Education and Career Development programmes which involves: Planning and coordination of Environmental Education and Career Development workshops in partnership with schools, FET colleges municipalities, NGO and NPOs. Conducting Environmental Career Exhibitions for schools in partnership with provincial and local municipalities; Coordinate the celebration of the World Environmental calendar days with special focus on Environmental Education, Careers and Curriculum; Coordinate Environmental Education and Career Information session through the use of Community Radio stations. Liaise and plan collaboratively with the University Career Centers to conduct Environmental Careers Development workshop for the undergraduate. Coordinate the development and distribution of the Enviro-Teach to support teachers Environmental Education knowledge base. Mr P Dzhugudzha (012) 310-3080 The Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag X447, Pretoria, 0001 or hand-delivered to: 315 Pretorius Street, Cnr Pretorius and Van Der st Walt Street, Fedsure Forum Building, 1 Floor Room 106, Information Centre, North Tower Ms B Grobbelaar (012) 310-3294 08 April 2013 SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT REF NO: AP6029/2013 R129 780 per annum (Total Package of R201 386 per annum - conditions apply) Pretoria A Grade 12 coupled with relevant in experience in Human Resource Development field. An appropriate three year tertiary qualification will be an added advantage. Knowledge and understanding of legislative frameworks within the human resource development area. Good verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills. Ability to implement projects and understanding of PFMA and procurement processes. Valid drivers license is essential. The incumbent of this post will perform the following duties: Assist with the development of the Workplace Skills Plan (WSP). Assist to facilitate processes towards skills audits. Assist with coordination of skills courses / programmes to DEA employees, as per the Workplace Skills Plan. Coordinate bursary programme and manage bursary files. Coordinate the facilitation of ad hoc internal and external skills courses / programmes to DEA employees. Update the skills programme database, bursary database and EDMS database to provide valid and reliable data. Mr J Moepya (012) 310-3763 The Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag X447, Pretoria, 0001 or hand-delivered to: 315 Pretorius Street, Cnr Pretorius and Van Der Walt Street, Fedsure Forum Building, 1st Floor Room 106, Information Centre, North Tower Mr Given Nkosi 08 April 2013 OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR I: OFFICE OF VARIOUS DIRECTORS REF NO: AP6032/2013 R129 780 per annum per annum (Total inclusive package of R200 186.00 /conditions apply) Pretoria A Grade 12 certificate plus relevant working experience in office administration. A relevant three year qualification will serve as an added advantage. Good

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ANNEXURE F GOVERNMENT PENSIONS ADMINISTRATION AGENCY (GPAA) APPLICATIONS : Please forward your application, quoting the relevant reference number, Government Pensions Administration Agency, Private Bag X63, Pretoria 0001. Please note that due to the Post Office strike which may delay the GPAA receiving your posted applications on time, therefore we urge applicants to hand deliver the applications to the following addresses: GAUTENG: 34 Hamilton Street, Arcadia, Pretoria POLOKWANE: 87 (a) Bok Street, Polokwane NELSPRUIT: Block A, Ground Floor, 19 Hope Street, Ciliata Building MAFIKENG: Office No.4/17, Mega City, Mmabatho CAPE TOWN: 12st Floor, No.1 Thibault Square, LG Building BLOEMFONTEIN: No.2 President Brand Street KIMBERLY: 11 Old Main Road PIETERMARITZBURG: 3rd Floor, Brasfort House, 262 Langalibalele Street DURBAN: 8th Floor, Salmon Grove Chambers, 407 Anton Lembede Street PORT ELIZABETH: Ground Floor, Kwantu Towers, Sivuyile Mini Square, next to City Hall MTHATHA: 2nd Floor, PRD Building, 2nd Floor, CNR Sutherland and Madeira Streets BISHO: No.12 Global Life Office Centre, Circular Drive JOHANNESBURG: 2nd Floor, Lunga House, Marshall Street (corner Marshall & Eloff - Gandhi Square Precinct) Marshalltown Ms F Mahlaba 12 April 2013, No faxed / e-mailed / late applications will be considered. Requirement of applications: Must be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service Department (originally signed) or on the internet at http://www.info.gov.za/documents/forms/employ.pdf. Must be accompanied by a comprehensive CV with original certified copies of all qualifications (including matriculation), ID document and drivers licence if a prerequisite (copies of certified documents will not be accepted). Certified documents should not be older than 3 months. Non-RSA Citizens/Permanent Resident Permit Holders must attach a copy of his/her Permanent Residence Permit to his/her application. Should you be in possession of a foreign qualification, it must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). Applications that dont meet the above requirements will be deemed as regret. Must include the name and contact details of three references that can comment on their performance. Applications without an indication of the specific reference number/s as stated in this advertisement will be regarded as unsuccessful. If you have not been contacted within 3 months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. Suitable candidates will be subjected to a personnel suitability check (criminal record check, citizenship verification, financial/asset record check, qualification/study verification and previous employment verification). Successful candidates will also be subjected to security clearance processes. Where applicable, candidates will be subjected to a skills/knowledge test. The Department reserves the right not to make appointment(s) to the advertised post(s). OTHER POST POST 12/26 : : : : HRD: TRAINING OFFICER REF NO: HRD-TO/2013/02 Training Section R 160 224 per annum (all inclusive salary) Pretoria Recognised Bachelors degree or equivalent qualification with 2 years proven experience in the Training environment or Grade 12 with at least 5 years experience in the Training environment of which one year should be in the retirement fund industry. Computer literacy that would include a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office products. Understanding of the policies governing the Skills Development Act. Understanding of the processes of compiling a Workplace Skills Plan Understanding the process of Bursary Administration An understanding of what a Leadership program and Adult Basic Education and Training (ABET) are and how they fit into training and development. A strong understanding of the Skills Development Act

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and related legislation. Maintaining collaborative relationships. Good communications skills (report writing, presentation and facilitation). Problem solving Good analytical skills. Ability to initiate projects and work independently. Administration skills. Effective organisational skills. Good interpersonal relations. Effective presentation skills. The incumbent will be responsible for a wide variety of administrative tasks which includes the following: Administration of bursaries Researching new training techniques Facilitation of training Facilitation of Adult Education and Training Assist in the compilation of Workplace Skills Plan Updating of training material and manuals. Co-ordination of training. Ms. F Mahlaba 012 319 1455 One position for Training Officer in the Training section is currently available at the Government Pensions Administration Agency. This is a permanent position.

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ANNEXURE G NATIONAL DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH The Department of Health is registered with the Department of Labour as a designated Employer and the filling of the following posts will be in line with the Employment Equity Act (including people with disabilities). APPLICATIONS : The Director-General, National Department of Health, Private Bag X828, Pretoria. 0001. Hand delivered applications may be submitted at Reception (Brown application Box), Civitas Building, corner of Thabo Sehume (formerly known as Andries) and Struben streets.Pretoria. Ms N Sombinge 8 April 2013 Applications should be submitted on form Z83 obtainable from any Public Service Department and should be accompanied by a CV (previous experience must be comprehensively detailed) and certified copies of qualification certificates, service certificates, including ID and drivers licence. No faxed or e-mailed applications will be considered. Applications received after the closing date and those that do not comply with the requirements will not be considered. It is the applicants responsibility to have foreign qualifications and national certificates (where applicable) evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). The department reserves the right not to fill the post. The successful candidate will be subjected to personnel suitability checks and other vetting procedures. Applicants are respectfully informed that correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If notification of an interview is not received within three (3) months after the closing date, candidates may regard their application as unsuccessful. The Department will not be liable where applicants use incorrect/no reference number(s) on their applications. MANAGEMENT ECHELON POST 12/27 : CLINICAL MANAGER (MEDICAL) GRADE I REF NO: NDOH 9/2013) Chief Directorate: Occupational Health and Compensation Commissioner for Occupational Diseases. Directorate: Medical Bureau for Occupational Diseases R793 434 per annum Johannesburg A MBChB qualification with registration as a Medical Practitioner with the Health Professions Council of South Africa *A post-graduate qualification in Occupational Health will be an advantage *Six years appropriate experience as Medical Officer after registration with the HPCSA as Medical Practitioner. Experience should include working with occupational health related matters, occupational diseases and injuries as well as the interpretation of diagnostic tests and special investigations in occupational diseases with the emphasis on diseases of the cardio-respiratory system *Experience in setting up occupational health services and appropriate referral systems as well as experience in working within the legal framework of the Occupational Diseases in Mines and Works Act (ODMWA), 1973, the Mines Health and Safety Act (MHSA), 1996 and other health and safety and compensation legislation in South Africa *Knowledge of the Health Act and Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) *Managerial, financial management and problem solving skills *Planning, organisational, time management and strategic planning skills *Good communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal skills *Ability to work in a pressured environment *Willingness to travel and work irregular hours *Valid drivers licence. Provision of medical benefit examinations for workers and ex-workers in controlled mines and works *Management of the clinical facilities and support infrastructure for medical benefit examinations *Supervise health professionals and support staff within the clinical services section *Support for the development and implementation of strategic, operational and annual performance plans of the MBOD in line with the overall plans of the Occupational Health Chief Directorate within the Department of Health *Assistance with performance monitoring, clinical audits, inspections of controlled mines and works and compilation of quarterly and annual reports *Compilation of other reports as requested by the Director *Assist with the management of the Risk Committee, Certification Committee, Reviewing Authority and Joint Meetings of the Committee of the MBOD *Provision of support and advice to the Commissioner of the Compensation Fund and its committees *Support for decentralised services for workers and ex-workers in controlled mines and works

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*Provide training for health professionals and service providers on occupational diseases in mines and works *Deputise for the Director of the MBOD as required. Ms P. Mukendi at tel no (012) 395 8744 or Mr S Masilela at tel no (011) 403 1326 MEDICAL SPECIALIST (DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGIST) REF NO: NDOH 10/2013 Chief Directorate: Occupational Health and Compensation Commissioner for Occupational Diseases. Directorate: Medical Bureau for Occupational Diseases Grade I: R 747 564 per annum: An MBChB as well as registration with the HPCSA as Medical Specialist in a normal speciality (no experience required). Grade 2: R854 751 per annum: Same qualification requirements as above plus five years appropriate experience as Medical Specialist after registration with the HPCSA (or a recognised foreign Health Professions Council in respect of foreign qualified persons)as Specialist in a normal speciality. Grade 3: R991 974 per annum: Same qualification requirements as above plus 10 years appropriate experience as Medical Specialist after registration with the HPCSA (or a recognised foreign Health Professions Council in respect of foreign qualified persons)as Specialist in a normal speciality. Johannesburg *Qualifications and experience as indicated above. Experience should include occupational health, occupational diseases and injuries as well as experience in the use, interventions and interpretation of diagnostic tests and special radiographic investigations in occupational diseases with an emphasis on diseases of the cardiorespiratory system *Knowledge of and experience in the ILO classification of radiographs for pneumoconiosis and in setting up and managing a radiology service *Knowledge of and experience in working within the legal framework of the Occupational Diseases in Mines and Works Act (ODMWA), 1973, the Mines Health and Safety Act (MHSA), 1996 and other health and safety and compensation legislation in South Africa *Knowledge of the Health Act and Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) *Planning, organisational and supervisory skills *Good communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal skills *Willingness to travel and work irregular hours *Ability to work in a pressured environment *Valid drivers licence. *Provision of diagnostic and special investigations in radiology for occupational diseases and injuries *Manage the radiology service *Supervise health professionals and support staff within the radiology section *Assist with performance monitoring, clinical audits, inspections of controlled mines and works and compilation of quarterly and annual reports *Compile other reports as requested by the Director or Deputy Director *Provision of support and advice to the Risk Committee, Certification Committee, Reviewing Authority and Joint Meetings of the Committee of the MBOD *Provision of support and advice to the Commissioner of the Compensation Fund and the committees *Support for the decentralised radiology services for workers and exworkers in controlled mines and works *Provide training for health professionals and service providers on radiology and occupational diseases *Provide a diagnostic and advisory referral service for occupational health professionals and national institutes. Ms P. Mukendi at tel no (012) 395 8744 or Mr S Masilela at tel no (011) 403 1326 DIRECTOR: MEDICAL BUREAU FOR OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES REF NO NDOH 7/2013 Chief Directorate: Occupational Health and Compensation Commissioner for Occupational Diseases. Directorate: Medical Bureau for Occupational Diseases An all inclusive remuneration package of R719 613 per annum [basic salary consist of 70% of total package, States contribution to the Government Employees Pension Fund (13% of basic salary) and a flexible portion]. The flexible portion of the package can be structured according to Senior Management Service guidelines. Johannesburg *A MBChB qualification with registration as a Medical Practitioner with the Health Professions Council of South Africa *A post-graduate qualification in Occupational Health will be an advantage *Five (5) years relevant working experience in Occupational Health related matters of which three (3) years must have been in a management/leadership position *Knowledge of and experience in occupational diseases and injuries *Knowledge of and experience in setting up occupational health services, working within the legal framework of the Occupational Diseases in Mines and Works Act (ODMWA), 1973, the Mines Health and Safety Act (MHSA), 1996 and other health and safety and compensation legislation in South Africa *Knowledge of the Health Act and Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) *Financial

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ANNEXURE H DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SETTLEMENTS NOTE : Applications must be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service department and must be accompanied by a detailed CV, together with certified copies of your qualification certificates and your ID/Passport. Failure to submit the required documents will result in your application not being considered. Applicants must note that further checks will be conducted once they are short listed and that their appointment is subject to positive outcomes on these checks, which include security clearance, qualification verification and criminal records. If you apply for more than one position in the Department, please submit separate application forms for each post. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted within 4 months of the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. It will be expected from the selected candidates to be available for the interviews on a date, time and place as determined by the Department of Human Settlements. MANAGEMENT ECHELON POST 12/40 : : : : DIRECTOR: SANITATION INTERDEPARTMENTAL CO-ORDINATION REF NO: DOHS/49/2013 R719 613.009 per annum (all-inclusive salary package) Pretoria Applicants must have an appropriate three-year Bachelors degree or equivalent qualification in Geography/ Environmental studies / Hydrology / Economics. Post graduate qualification will be an added advantage. At least 3 years managerial experience in the field .Good communication skills (verbal and written) and computer literacy are essential requirements. In addition, applicants must have: The ability to maintain sound interpersonal relations. Understand the Sector. Ability to work with community based organisations. Ability to mobilise rural communities and local leadership structures and to promote health and hygiene .Preparedness to travel and work long hours. The successful candidate will: Co-ordinate the implementation of sanitation programme and capacitate the sector to enable it to deliver efficiently. Ensure the development of a broad sanitation strategy framework. Develop a sanitation capacity building and training strategy Mr P Chauke (012) 444 5096 / 5097 Forward Applications, quoting reference numbers: Human Communications, Private Number X06, Rivonia, 2128 05 April 2013 DIRECTOR: SANITATION ADMINISTRATION AND CO-ORDINATION REF NO: DOHS/50/2013 R719 613 per annum (All-inclusive salary package) Pretoria Applicants must have an appropriate three-year Bachelors degree or equivalent qualification in Public Administration or Social Sciences. Post graduate qualification will be an added advantage. At least 3 years managerial experience in the field .Good communication skills (verbal and written) and computer literacy are essential requirements. In addition, applicants must have: The ability to maintain sound interpersonal relations. Understanding of the Sector. Project Management Knowledge. Knowledge of the Water Services Act. Understanding of Intergovernmental relations. The successful candidate will: Coordinate admin support for the programme at regional level. Act as liaison person between the National Department and regions on admin, finance, assets and human resource matters. Ensure institutional sanitation at schools, clinics, etc, adheres to good health and hygiene policies. Ensure that through IDP hearing and planning processes, sanitation plans and budgets are properly integrated by municipalities. Mr P Chauke (012) 444 5096 / 5097 Forward Applications, quoting reference numbers: Human Communications, Private Number X06, Rivonia, 2128 05 April 2013

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OTHER POSTS POST 12/42 SALARY CENTRE REQUIREMENTS : : : : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: CORPORATE SECRETARIAT REF NO: DOHS/57/2013 R236 532 per annum (All inclusive of salary package) Pretoria An appropriate Bachelors Degree/National Diploma, Coupled with extensive experience in committee work. Exceptional analytic and writing skills, Ability to pay attention to detail during meetings, analyze meeting proceedings, synthesize discussions and resolutions of meetings and present them before meetings adjourn as per the requirements of the IGR Framework Act). Knowledge of a variety of relevant computer programmes particularly MS Word & Micro Office Power Point, Good communication skills and the ability to interact at high level while maintaining sound interpersonal relations. Understanding of the functions of intergovernmental structures that promote cooperative governance and integrated planning/delivery. Sound understanding of the housing environment as well as government policies and prescripts, Ability to work under pressure and in a hectic & unpredictable environment, Planning & organizing skills, Supervision, management and leadership skills. Basic financial management skills, Willingness to travel extensively, A valid Code 8 drivers license. In addition to the above the applicants must be prepared to travel, work long hours and undergo security clearance. The selection process will involve subjecting candidates to an intense competency test in the form of writing. Provide secretariat, logistical and administrative support to various decision making structures of the Department including Strategic Management Committee, Audit Committee, Risk Management Committee, workshops, Housing Indabas and other adhoc intergovernmental structures. Liaise with the relevant stakeholders to ensure participation of members, Monitor, track, coordinate and communicate decisions of various decision-making structures to relevant role players. Synchronize decisions taken at various structures of the Department to ensure that they reach the highest decision-making structures in the Department. Develop and maintain a database of resolutions of these structures, Supervise and provide in-service training to subordinates on a variety of matters related to committee work, Compile reports, memoranda and letters regarding issues of the Sub-Component, Assist to oversee the budget of the Sub-Component. Ms Zandile Mokou (012) 421 1638. Forward Applications, quoting reference numbers: Human Communications, Private Number X06, Rivonia, 2128 05 April 2013 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR (FINANCIAL REPORTING) REF NO: DOHS/43/2013 (2 Year Contract) Please Note: This advert is not restricted to PUBLIC SERVANTS ONLY, people from outside may also apply R236 532 per annum (plus 37% in lieu benefits) Pretoria Candidates should be in possession of a B com degree or National diploma in Finance or Auditing, 3 years minimum number of years of experience relevant to the field, Computer literate (Microsoft office), Extensive Knowledge of the PFMA and Treasury Regulations, Extensive Working knowledge of government transversal Systems including BAS. Ability to communicate at all levels (written and verbal).The incumbent must also have the ability to work under pressure with good interpersonal skills and analytical problem solving skills. The successful candidate will be responsible for the following: Monitoring and evaluation of project plan for Interim Financial Statements (IFS) and Annual Financial Statements (AFS), Monitor the co-ordination of inputs requested for the IFS & AFS. Compile Interim Financial Statements, Compile Annual Financial Statements, Check response to internal audit queries, external audit queries and parliamentary questions. Monitor progress on fruitless and wasteful expenditure, irregular expenditure and unauthorised expenditure recorded on IFS or AFS, Supervision & staff development, Handling all queries relating to IFS or AFS, Assisting with other financial administrative functions. TM Matshika Tel: (012) 421-1321 The Director-General, Department of Human Settlements, Private Bag X644, Pretoria, 0001, Physical Address: 240 Justice Mohamed (Walker) Street, Govern

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SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT (FINANCIAL REPORTING) REF NO: DOHS/44/2013 Please Note: This advert is not restricted to PUBLIC SERVANTS ONLY, people from outside may also apply (2 Year Contract) R198 975 per annum (plus 37% in lieu benefits) Pretoria Candidates should be in possession of a B com degree or National diploma in Finance or Auditing, 2 years minimum number of years of experience relevant to the field, Computer literate (Microsoft office), Knowledge of the PFMA and Treasury Regulations, Working knowledge of government transversal Systems including BAS. Ability to communicate at all levels (written and verbal).The incumbent must also have the ability to work under pressure with good interpersonal skills and analytical problem solving skills. The successful candidate will be responsible for the following: Update and maintain project plan for Interim Financial Statements (IFS) and Annual Financial Statements (AFS), Co-ordinate inputs requested for the IFS & AFS. Assist with the compilation of Interim Financial Statements, Assist with the compilation of Annual Financial Statements. Draft responses to internal audit queries, external audit queries and parliamentary questions, Check progress on fruitless and wasteful expenditure, irregular expenditure and unauthorised expenditure recorded on IFS or AFS, Handling queries relating to IFS or AFS, Assisting with other financial administrative functions. TM Matshika TEL: (012) 421-1321 The Director-General, Department of Human Settlements, Private Bag X644, Pretoria, 0001, Physical Address: 240 Justice Mohamed (Walker) Street, Govern Mbeki House, Corner Justice Mohamed (Walker) and Troye Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria. Abel Mositsa, Tel: 012 4211469 29 March 2013 PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE CHIEF DIRECTOR: BRANCH CORPORATE SERVICES REF NO: DOHS/52/2013 Chief Directorate: Corporate Support R160 224 per annum (All-inclusive salary package) Pretoria The ideal candidate must have A three year tertiary qualification plus 2 years of experience, Understanding of the PFMA, administration principles, Batho Pele principles, Computer literacy, must have good interpersonal relation skill, Communication skills (both written and verbal), Good telephone etiquette, analytic skills, basic project management skills, Knowledge of financial management and networking skill. The successful candidate will: Develop and maintain an effective document flow system for the office; Provide secretarial support to the CD; Provide administrative support to the CD; Manage the budget and assets for the office; Support the CD on any task/assignment as directed; Responsible for collation of reports, information as directed by the CD. Mr ME SITHOLE (012) 421 1576 Forward Applications, quoting reference numbers: Human Communications, Private Number X06, Rivonia, 2128 05 April 2013 PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE CHIEF DIRECTOR: CAPACITY DEVELOMENT REF NO: DOHS/53/2013 Chief Directorate: Technical Capacity Development R160 224 per annum (All-inclusive salary package) Pretoria The ideal candidate must have: A three year tertiary qualification plus 2 years of experience, Understanding of the PFMA, administration principles, Batho Pele

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principles, Computer literacy, must have good interpersonal relation skill, Communication skills (both written and verbal), Good telephone etiquette, analytic skills, basic project management skills, Knowledge of financial management and networking skill. The successful candidate will: Develop and maintain an effective document flow system for the office; Provide secretarial support to the CD; Provide administrative support to the CD; Manage the budget and assets for the office; Support the CD on any task/assignment as directed; Responsible for collation of reports, information as directed by the CD. Mr M Maclean 012 444 5208 Forward Applications, quoting reference numbers: Human Communications, Private Number X06, Rivonia, 2128 05 April 2013 PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE CHIEF DIRECTOR: HUMAN SETTLEMENTS STRATEGY & PLANNIN REF NO: DOHS/54/2013 R160 224 per annum (All-inclusive salary package) Pretoria The ideal candidate must have: A three year tertiary qualification plus 2 years of experience, Understanding of the PFMA, administration principles, Batho Pele principles, Computer literacy, must have good interpersonal relation skill, Communication skills (both written and verbal), Good telephone etiquette, analytic skills, basic project management skills, Knowledge of financial management and networking skill. The successful candidate will: Develop and maintain an effective document flow system for the office; Provide secretarial support to the CD; Provide administrative support to the CD; Manage the budget and assets for the office; Support the CD on any task/assignment as directed; Responsible for collation of reports, information as directed by the CD. Dr Z Sokopo 012 444 5094 Forward Applications, quoting reference numbers: Human Communications, Private Number X06, Rivonia, 2128 05 April 2013 ADMINISTRATION OFFICER REF NO: DOHS/55/2013 Directorate: Project Resourcing R160 224 per annum (Level 7) Pretoria Applicants must have an appropriate degree or equivalent qualifications. 2 to 3 years applicable experience. Good written and verbal communication skills, computer literacy, The successful candidates will be responsible for the following: Managing the office as well as transport and accommodation arrangements. The managing of incoming and outgoing correspondents; The rendering of general logistical support including project related assistance. The drafting of documents as instructed and the managing of the workflow record system. The handling of procurement of standard items; and. The arranging of meetings including the keeping of minutes and secretariat support. Ms J Bayat 012 444 5236 Forward Applications, quoting reference numbers: Human Communications, Private Number X06, Rivonia, 2128 05 April 2013 ADMINISTRATION OFFICER REF NO: DOHS/56/2013 Directorate: Project Risk Management R160 224 per annum (Level 7) Pretoria Applicants must have an appropriate degree or equivalent qualifications. 2 to 3 years applicable experience. Good written and verbal communication skills, computer literacy, The successful candidates will be responsible for the following: Managing the office as well as transport and accommodation arrangements. The managing of incoming and outgoing correspondents; The rendering of general logistical support including project related assistance. The drafting of documents as instructed and the managing

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ANNEXURE I DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT . The Department of Justice is an equal opportunity employer. In the filling of vacant posts the objectives of section 195 (1) (i) of the Constitution of South Africa, 1996 (Act No: 108 of 1996), the Employment Equity imperatives as defined by the Employment Equity Act, 1998 (Act No: 55 of 1998) and relevant Human Resources policies of the Department will be taken into consideration NOTE : Applications must be submitted on Form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the internet at www.gov.za. A Z83 & CV must be accompanied by certified copies of qualifications, identity document and drivers license where necessary. A SAQA evaluation report must accompany foreign qualifications. Applications that do not comply with the above mentioned requirements will not be considered. Shortlisted candidates will be subjected to a personnel vetting process. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you do not hear from us within 3 months of this advertisement, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful. The department reserves the right not to fill this position. OTHER POSTS POST 12/50 : : : : SENIOR ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEY LP5-LP6 REF NO: 13/116/SA (6 Months Contract Appointment) R320 598 R756 381 per annum. (Salary will be in accordance with OSD determination). The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. State Attorney: Durban An LLB or 4 year recognized legal qualification; Admission as an Attorney with the right of appearance in the High Court of South Africa; At least 4 years appropriate post qualification legal/litigation experience; A valid drivers license. Skills and Competencies: Computer literacy; Communication skills; Ability to motivate and direct people; Legal research and drafting; Case flow management; Problem solving and conflict management; Accuracy and attention to detail. Key Performance Areas: Represent the State in Litigation and Appeal in the High Court, Magistrates Court, Labour Court, Supreme Court of Appeals Constitutional Court, CCMA, Tax and Tax Tribunals; Furnish legal advice and opinions; Give effect to the Departments strategic plans, policies and prescripts; Maintain all records of work performed and provide statistics required; Draft and/or settle all types of agreements on behalf of the various clients; Deal with all forms of arbitration including inter-departmental arbitration; Attend to conveyancing and relates matters on behalf of the state. Ms K. Ngomani Tel: (012) 357 8661 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria. 08 April 2013 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: FAMILY ADVOCATE, REF NO: 13/102/CS R236 532 R285 729 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement Cape Town A Bachelors degree in Public Administration, Administration or equivalent qualification; 3 years experience in management; Knowledge of Public Service, legislation and prescripts; Knowledge of Public finance Management Act, Treasury regulations and Departmental Financial Instructions; Basic knowledge of the core functions of the office of the Family Advocate; A valid drivers license. Skills and Competencies: Computer literacy (Ms Office); Communication (written and verbal) skills; Financial Management; Leadership and interpersonal; Problem solving and decision making; Project management; Ability to interpret and apply policy; Selfdriven and Innovative. Key Performance Areas: Manage and supervise administrative staff in the office of the Principal Family Advocate/ in the offices of the Family Advocate within the specified region; Manage financial, assets, procurement and budget functions of the office; Prepare all monthly statistical and financial reports; Ensure effective internal

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Legal research and drafting; Dispute resolution; Case flow management; Computer literacy; Strategic and conceptual orientation; Communication skills (written and verbal). Key Performance Areas: Handle litigation and appeals in the following Courts: Magistrates Courts, High Court, Labour Court, Constitutional Court, Land Claims Court, CCMA; Draft and/or settle all types of agreements on behalf of the various clients; Furnish legal advice and opinion; Deal with all forms of arbitration, including inter-departmental arbitrations and debt collection. Ms. K. Ngomani Tel: (012) 357 8661 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria. 08 April 2013 Separate application must be made, quoting the relevant reference number ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: SPECIALISED COURT SERVICES 2 POSTS Reference: 13/129/CS: SEXUAL OFFENCES AND Reference: 13/128/CS: VICTIM SUPPORT Division: Sexual Offences (1) and Victim Support (1) R160 224 R188 739 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement National Office, Pretoria Bachelors Degree/National Diploma in Administration or equivalent qualifications; At least 1 year working experience in Office Administration; Relevant experience in generic administrative processes in a Public Sector Environment; Knowledge of government provisioning and procurement processes; Knowledge of Public Finance Management Act and budgetary/ financial management will be an advantage; A valid drivers license. Skills and Competencies: Information recording; Problem solving; Decision-making skills; Interpersonal relations; Computer literacy (MS Office ;Excel and Data Base Management software); Good communication skills (verbal and written); Be able to work under pressure and maintain a positive attitude. Key Performance Areas: Perform administrative function of the office; Keep quality control of documents distributed to internal and external role players; Draft and distribute minutes and agendas for meetings; Assist in compilation and management of the sub-directorates budget; Coordinate meetings seminars and workshop for committees; Develop data bases for all the stakeholders within the Directorate; Ensure correct information flow in respect of any administrative circulars and policies within the department. Mr MG Kooko (012) 315 1164 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: Human Resource: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001, OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria. 15 April 2013 Specify the division applying for and quoting the relevant reference number CHIEF ACCOUNTING CLERKINTERNAL CONTROL REF NO: 13/VA25/NW R160 224 R188 739 annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement Regional Office: NW A Bachelors degree/National Diploma in finance; At least two (02) years experience in finance; Knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act, Treasury Regulations, Justice Deposit Accounting System (JDAS); Departmental Financial Procedure Manuals, Third Party Funds and Vote Account; Knowledge of PERSAL, BAS and Justice Yellow Pages(JYP) will be an added advantage and A valid drivers licence. Skills and competencies: Good communication skills (verbal and written); Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel and PERSAL); Sound interpersonal relations; Accuracy and attention to detail; Analytical skills; Time management Asses and reviewing existing internal controls and their effectiveness; Conduct preaudit function in all offices of the region; Assist with follow up of audit queries in the region; Assist in financial training of sub-offices within the region; Monitor and evaluate all financial transactions and records to ensure compliance with prescripts, acts, policies and procedures; Assist with compilation and consolidation of Annual Financial Statement Inputs in the Region.

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Ms. W Jacobs at (018) 397 7054. Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional Head, Private Bag X2033, Mmabatho, 2735 or hand it at 22 Molopo Road, Ayob Gardens, Mafikeng. 08 April 2013 ESTATE CONTROLLER EC REF NO: 13/98/MAS R123 453 per annum. Salary will be in accordance with OSD determination. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. master of The High Court: Mthatha An LLB degree or equivalent qualification. Skills and Competencies: Communication skills (verbal and written); Problem solving; Customer focus; Attention to detail; Computer literacy. Key Performance Areas: Administer deceased- and insolvent estates, Curatorships, Trusts and all aspects related to the administration thereof; Render professional service to clients in line with the service level agreements; Identify and report opportunities or problems that may impact on service level agreements or effectiveness of operations to the Assistant Master; Assist with training and development of new staff; Prepare all monthly management and court reports in the prescribed formats. Mr S Maeko Tel: (012) 315 1996 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria. 08 April 2013 To all above 4 positions you address your application to the below address ADMINISTRATION CLERK REF NO: 13/97/MAS R108 078 R127 311 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement Master of High Court: Mthatha Grade 12 or equivalent. Skills and Competencies: Communication skills (written and verbal); Interpersonal relations; Computer literacy (MS Office); Customer service. Render general clerical support services; Provide supply chain clerical support services within the component; Provide personnel administration clerical support services within the component; Provide financial administration support services in the component. Mr S Maeko (012) 315-1996 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to Postal address: The Human Resource: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria. 02 April 2013 ADMINISTRATION 13/94/CFO CLERK: STANDARDISATION & TRAINING REF NO:

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the public; Good filing skills; Ability to work independently; Accuracy and attention to detail. Key Performance Areas: Type reports; Handle general correspondence; Answer telephone and take messages; Undertake other administrative duties including library services, as and when required. Capture available data from source documents as required by the management; File documents as required; Improve and maintain the quality typed work; Maintain electronic data files; Comply with information security policy. Ms. W Jacobs at (018) 397 7054. Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Regional Head, Private Bag X2033, Mmabatho, 2735 or hand it at 22 Molopo Road, Ayob Gardens, Mafikeng. 08 April 2013 ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN REF NO: 13/104/SA R90 396 R106 482 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement State Attorney: Durban Grade 12 or equivalent qualification; Relevant working experience in the Library environment; General knowledge of a legal library will be an advantage.Skills and Competencies: Good communication skills (verbal and written); Computer Literacy; Interpersonal relations; Ability to work under pressure; Customer orientation; Research and planning skills. Key Performance Areas: Maintain relevant registers and statistics in the library and handle inquiries; Render library administrative functions; Ensure renewal notice for Government Gazette is submitted to Procurement Section for payments and filing; Classify all publications; (in-house classification systems) and pack publications on the shelves; Ensure publications are ordered; Conduct literature searches on Sabinet, internet, juta e-publications and My LexisNexis. Ms. K Ngomani Tel (012) 357 8661 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: Human Resources: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001.OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria. 08 April 2013 TELECOM OPERATOR REF NO: 13/106/SA R90 396 R106 482 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement State Attorney: Mahikeng Grade 12 or equivalent qualification; Relevant experience in the operation of switchboard; Clerical/Administrative function will be an added advantage; Communicate in English as well as an African language. Skills and Competencies: Interpersonal and organizational skills; Computer literacy; Ability to work under pressure and in a team; Key Performance Areas: Handle all incoming, outgoing calls and convey messages; Update departmental telephone directory; Maintain the Teltrace System; Test the switchboard consoles; Ensure proper maintenance of the switchboard equipment; Prepare the telephone printouts for private calls, keep records and statistics thereof; Record and maintain the register for security-related matters: Ms K Ngomani (012) 357 8661 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: Human Resource: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001 OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria 08 April 2013 MESSENGER REF NO: 13/122/SA (6 Months Contract Appointment) R76 278 + 37% per annum in lieu of benefits. The successful candidates will be required to sign a performance agreement. State Attorney: Mthatha Grade 10/ Abet qualification; Experience as a messenger; A valid drivers licence.Skills and competencies: Communication at appropriate level (written and

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verbal); Sound interpersonal relations; Ability to liaise with team member, clients and members of the public; Basic computer literacy skills: Ability to work under pressure. Key Performance Areas: Collect, deliver and serve documents as instructed; Distribute mail to the various offices; Collect and deliver post at the Post Office and transport officials to various destination if required; Render other driver/ messenger responsibilities as requested; Assist with general office duties. Ms K. Ngomani 012 357 8661 Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: Human Resource: Department of Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X81, Pretoria, 0001. OR Physical address: Application Box, First Floor Reception, East Tower, Momentum Building, 329 Pretorius Street, Pretoria. 08 April 2013

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SENIOR EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PRACTITIONER REF NO: HR 4/4/4/02/05 Commencing: R 198 975 per annum, All Inclusive: R 268 303 per annum Directorate: Employment Service: Labour Centre: Pretoria A relevant Three years tertiary qualification or equivalent qualification. Two years functional experience. Knowledge: ILO Conventions Financial Management Human Resource Management Social Plan Guidelines Compensation of Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act Skills Development Act Unemployment Insurance Act Public Service Act PFMA. Skills: Interpersonal Analytical Leadership Networking Presentation Planning and organising Computer Literacy Communication. Identify and formalize the relationship with relevant stakeholder to acquire placement opportunities Disseminate information to the relevant users for continues development/ improvement Maintain relationship with stakeholder Monitor the progress of placed employees. Ms. MA Phasha, Tel: (012) 309 5050 CHIEF PERSONNEL OFFICER: EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS REF NO: HR 4/4/10/88 Commencing: R 198 975 per annum, All inclusive: R 268 303 per annum Provincial Office: Western Cape A three year Degree/ Diploma in Labour Law/ Relations or Human Resource Management with Industrial or Employment Relations. Two years relevant experience in Employment Relations/ Labour Relations. Knowledge: Public Service Commissions rules for dealing with complaints and grievances Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Councils Resolutions Interpretation of Legislation and Policies Interpretation of case law and trends in Labour Law Planning and organising Drafting of submissions Research and analysing. Skills: Good communication, presenting Computer literacy negotiation problem solving Research Analytical. Conduct and analyse all grievances and complaints received from employees in the Department Draft charged and finalise all misconduct cases in the Department Provide secretariat function to the Departmental Appeals Authority Represent the Department in all disputes referred to the General Public Service Sectoral Bargaining Council (GPSSBC) and the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) Facilitate and represent the Department in collective bargaining processes with its recognised unions Provide training and advocacy on labour related matters to Provincial Directorates and Programmes at Head Office. Ms Z Maimane, Tel: (021) 441 8125 GENERAL INSPECTORS 3 POSTS REF NO: HR 4/4/10/90 Commencing R 198 975 per annum, All inclusive R 268 303 per annum Labour Centres: Cape Town, Bellville and Mitchells plain A three year tertiary qualification or equivalent. Three to five year in Inspection and Enforcement environment. Knowledge: Departmental Policies and procedures Skills Development Act Labour Relations Act Basic Conditions of Employment Act Skills Development Levies Act Occupational Health and Safety Act COIDA SABS Codes Unemployment Insurance Act UI Contributions Act Employment Equity Act Immigration Act. Skills: Facilitation Planning and Organising Computer literacy Interpersonal Conflict handling Negotiation Problem Solving Interviewing listening and observation Presentation Innovative Analytical Verbal and written communication. Plan and independently conduct substantive occupational inspections with the aim of ensuring compliance with all labour legislations, namely Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA), Labour Relations Act (LRA) Employment Equity Act (EEA), Unemployment Insurance Act (UIA) Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act (COIDA), Occupational Health and Safety (OHS), Skills Development Act (SDA) and UI Contributions Act (UCA). Plan and execute investigations independently on reported cases pertaining to contravention of labour legislation and enforce as and when necessary including making preparations for and appearing in Court as a State witness. Plan and conduct allocated proactive (Blitz) inspections regularly to monitor compliance with labour legislation including compilation and consolidation of reports emanating from such inspections Plan and

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ANNEXURE K OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION The Office of the Public Service Commission is an equal opportunity, representative employer. It sees itself as an employer that embraces and promotes representivity (race, gender and disability) in the Public Service through the filling of positions. Candidates whose appointment/transfer/promotion will promote representivity will therefore receive preference. Persons with disability are especially encouraged to apply. An indication of representivity profile by applicants will expedite the processing of applications. APPLICATIONS : : : : Forward your application, stating the relevant reference number, to: The DirectorGeneral, Office of the Public Service Commission, Private Bag X121, Pretoria, 0001, or hand deliver at Commission House, corner Hamilton & Ziervogel Streets, Arcadia. Ms A West 12 April 2013 Applications must be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service department and should be accompanied by a comprehensive CV and certified copies of qualifications, ID document and a valid drivers license. It is the applicants responsibility to ensure that foreign qualifications are evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. If you have not been contacted within 3 months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. The Office of the Public Service Commission (OPSC) will verify the qualifications, conduct reference checking and security clearance of the recommended candidates prior to appointment. No faxed, E-mailed and late applications will be considered. MANAGEMENT ECHELON POST 12/77 : : DIRECTOR: HUMAN RESOURCE BEST PRACTICE 2 POSTS REF NO: D/HRBP2/2013 All inclusive remuneration package of R719 613 per annum. The package includes a basic salary (70% of package), States contribution to the Government Employees Pension Fund (13% of basic salary) and a flexible portion of 30% that may be structured in terms of applicable rules. The successful candidate will be required to enter into a performance agreement within three months after assumption of duty. Head Office, Pretoria Appropriate recognised Bachelors Degree or equivalent qualification in the field of Human Resource, Social Sciences and/or Public Sector Management, Knowledge of the Public Service Regulatory Framework, Experience in and knowledge of Public Service Leadership, Human Resource Management, performance management and/or SMS conditions of service Experience in Monitoring and Evaluation in the Public Service, Experience in Social Science/ Management Research, Ability to analyse and summarise complex data Good communication skills with specific reference to report writing and presentation, Proven project management experience/skills Ability to work in a team, Sufficient computer skills and experience in the Microsoft Office Suite, e.g. Excel, Word and PowerPoint A valid Drivers Licence and willingness to travel is essential. Key performance areas: Monitor and Evaluate practices impacting on Public Service Leadership and Human Resource Management Conduct and develop good practices in the areas of Public Service Leadership and Human Resource Management Monitor and Evaluate Human Resource Management and SMS employment practices and formulate proposals/recommendations to promote good practice Formulate strategic plan for the unit in line with the broader organizational mandate Participate in cross functional projects, investigations, monitoring and evaluation exercises Advise the Public Service Commission (PSC) on any human resource management practice in line with the execution of its mandate and the performance of its functions Manage the budget of the Directorate to ensure that it contribute towards effective financial management of the organisation Manage human resources and ensure effective utilisation thereof Supervise and manage the execution of projects. Mr S Ngema Tell: (012) 352 1029/1210 Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. If you have not been contacted within 3 months of the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

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ANNEXURE L DEPARTMENT OF PERFORMANCE MONITORING AND EVALUATION The Department of Performance Monitoring and Evaluation is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. It is our intention to promote representivity (race, gender and disability) in the Department through the filling of these posts. APPLICATIONS : Applications must be sent to: The Department of Performance Monitoring and Evaluation, attention Ms K Soorju, by mail to Private Bag X944, PRETORIA, 0001 or hand delivered at Union Buildings, Main Entrance, Government Avenue, Pretoria. website: www.thepresidency-dpme.gov.za 05 April 2013 @ 16h30 The relevant reference number must be quoted on all applications. Applicants must complete a Z83 form. http://www.dpsa.gov.za/dpsa2g/documents/forms/employ.pdf), accompanied by a comprehensive CV (maximum 5 pages), an ID copy and copies of all qualifications. Confirmation of final appointment will be subject to a positive preemployment screening. Correspondence will be limited to short listed candidates only. For salary levels 11 to 15, the inclusive remuneration package consists of a basic salary, the states contribution to the Government Employees Pension Fund and a flexible portion in terms of applicable rules. It is the applicants responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). OTHER POST POST 12/79 SALARY CENTRE REQUIREMENTS : : : : MESSENGER/DRIVER REF NO: 128/2013 R96 363 R113 511 (Level 4) per annum, plus benefits Pretoria Grade 10 with 5 years relevant experience OR Grade 12 with 2 years relevant experience. Valid drivers license is required. Skills required are: Communication both verbal and written, computer literacy, client orientated, .planning, organization and problem solving. Be presentable to outside clients. Able to handle pressure. Responsible for the following; rendering mail distribution service internally as well as externally; rendering a driver service for the Department; maintenance and safekeeping of state vehicles; updating of log books and monthly reconciliation; report any transport related matters to the supervisor. Adherence and interpretation of transport policies and procedures to ensure effective and efficient transport services. Mr M Mafafo, 012 308 1472

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ANNEXURE M PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT ACADEMY PALAMA is a government department within the portfolio of the Minister for Public Service and Administration. PALAMA is the primary department through which the South African government builds the capacity of the public service through various training interventions. In terms of its capacity building role, PALAMA is also a key player in contributing to the development agenda of government, transformation and service delivery in the public service. APPLICATIONS FOR ATTENTION : : : : Director-General: PALAMA, Private Bag X759, Pretoria, 0001 Mr WJ Victor, (012) 441-6809, HR Department, PALAMA by hand at ZK Matthews Building, 70 Meintjes Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria. E-mailed and faxed applications will not be accepted 5 April 2013 Applications must consist of: a fully completed and signed Z83 form; a recent comprehensive CV; contactable referees; certified copies of ID document and educational qualifications. PALAMA seeks to promote equity as defined in its Employment Equity Plan when filling vacant posts. Foreign qualifications must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). All non-SA citizens must attach a certified copy of proof of permanent residence in South Africa. All short-listed candidates may be required to undertake a competence assessment exercise and be subjected to security and qualifications vetting. PALAMA reserves the right not to make an appointment. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. OTHER POST POST 12/80 : TEAM ASSISTANT Chief Directorate: Quality Assurance This post was previously advertised, candidates who applied and are still interested in the position do not need to re-apply as their applications will be considered. (Salary level 7) commencing at R160 224 per annum plus competitive benefits (R219 507 per annum Cost to Company) Pretoria B Degree or equivalent and extensive experience in administration or office management. Delivery of administrative / logistical /secretarial / services that require a high level of knowledge and experience. The ability to work as part of a project team. Computer literacy, database management programme, and administrative knowledge. To demonstrate the knowledge of a particular expertise (e.g. MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access and Project). Reasonable expertise in the field of training development. Sufficient understanding of the skills development legislation, SAQA, the NQF, etc. Sufficient understanding of PALAMA to liaise with clients in this regard. Sufficient understanding of the public sector as this is the environment in which PALAMA operates. Provide an administrative and secretarial support service to the Chief Directorate in the various Units. Disseminate information to all stakeholders. Make travel arrangements for the team. Event co-ordination, including the sourcing of venues and catering as appropriate. General administrative functions managing diary of the chief director and the directors; typing, sending faxes, development and maintenance of a filing system, making photocopies, preparing documents and refreshments for meetings; travel and accommodation bookings in compliance with SCM and PFMA etc. Drafting of letters, memoranda, presentations and submissions; establishing and maintaining an efficient database for the chief directorate. Design, develop, implement and update appropriate administrative systems. Process service providers payments and clients invoices. Assist with the maintenance and logistics of the office accommodation. Ordering of stationary and other supplies. Render a secretariat service to meetings when required. In connection with the applications kindly contact Mr WJ Victor, (012) 441-6809 and in connection with the post the relevant Branch Head, Mr B Maja, (012) 441-6733

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ANNEXURE N DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY The main focus of the Department of Science and Technology is on implementing the national research and development strategy. The strategy is implemented through an integrated approach that includes human resource development, knowledge generation, investment in science and technology infrastructure, and the strategic management of the public science and technology system. To assist us in achieving our goals, we wish to appoint dynamic individuals in the following positions in our head Office in Pretoria: APPLICATIONS : : : You can apply by sending your Z83, CV and Application Letter by post to Private Bag X894; Pretoria, 0001 or hand deliver it to CSIR Campus, DST Building, 53, Meiring Naude Road, Brummeria. 28 March 2013 Shortlisted candidates will be requested to submit certified copies of all qualifications, identity document, pay slip, if employed and reference report. It is the responsibility of the applicant to have his/her foreign qualification evaluated by South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). All qualifications will be verified. Confirmation of final appointment will be subject to a positive security clearance and vetting of qualifications. Due to the high volume of responses anticipated, correspondence will be limited to short listed candidates only. SMS members (Level 13 to 16) will be subjected to competency based assessment. On assumption of duty, the incumbent will have to enter into a performance agreement and sign declaration forms OTHER POSTS POST 12/81 : : : : SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 6 Months Contract R198 975 per annum plus 37% in lieu of benefits Pretoria A three year National Diploma at NQF level 6 in Public Administration or Office Management plus two years experience. The candidate should have the following attributes and skills: Computer literacy (Ms word, Ms Excel and Ms Power Point); ability to work independently; good verbal and written communication skills; administration skills; good inter-personal relations and good organizational skills. The incumbent will be responsible for providing administrative and secretarial support to the Chief Director, management of the office of the Chief Director; diary management, minutes taking; drafting letters and submissions; document and information management; arrange and co-ordinate events; and report compilation and formatting, Monitoring and reporting and handling outgoing and incoming correspondence; arranging traveling and accommodation. Ms Rose Mocoeletsane (012) 843 6708 CHIEF REGISTRY CLERK 160 224 per annum Pretoria Three year qualification (NQF level 6): Diploma in Public / Office management / Information Science / Archival Studies with minimum of 23 years relevant experience. Knowledge of records management practices, Promotion of Access to Information Act and associated regulatory framework, good interpersonal, organising and planning skills, report writing, ability to work under pressure and with variety of people and teams, and problem solving skills. Attention to detail, knowledge of National Achieves and Records Management Act and associated regulatory framework. Knowledge of good record keeping practices. The incumbent will be responsible for control incoming and outgoing mail by recording mail in the relevant registers; monitor the franking of outgoing mail and sealing envelopes. Management of courier services and administration of newspaper distribution. Allocation of file reference numbers, maintenance and management of quality of files and records control mechanisms. Management of venue bookings, manage all resources of the Registry, Manage the provision of Registry Counter services and control of access to Registry. Ms Joyce Maluleke, Tel: 012 843 6792

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ANNEXURE O DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT It is our intention to promote representivity (race, gender and disability) in the Public Service through the filling of this post and candidates whose transfer / promotion/ appointment will promote representivity will receive preference. APPLICATIONS FOR ATTENTION CLOSING DATE NOTE : : : : The Director General, Department of Social Development, Private Bag X901, Pretoria, 0001, Physical Address: HSRC Building, 134 Pretorius Street Ms E de Waal 12 April 2013 A curriculum vitae with a detailed description of duties, the names of two referees, certified copies of qualifications and identity document must accompany your signed application for employment (Z83). Shortlisted candidates for SMS posts will be required to undergo competence assessment. The successful candidate will sign an annual performance agreement, complete a financial disclosure form and also be required to undergo a security clearance. If the candidate is applying for an OSD post, certificates of service must be attached to the CV. No faxed or e-mailed applications will be considered. It is the applicants 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. Personnel suitability checks will be conducted on short listed candidates and the appointment is subject to positive outcomes of the checks. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. If you have not been contacted within three months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. The Department of Social Development supports persons with disabilities MANAGENENT ECHELON POST 12/83 : PROGRAMME MANAGER: INTEGRATED JUSTICE SYSTEM (IJS) (Two-year contract position) Programme Management Office R719 613 per annum, This inclusive remuneration package consists of a basic salary, the states contribution to the Government Employees Pension Fund and a flexible portion that may be structured i.t.o. the applicable rules. Pretoria, HSRC Building An appropriate and recognised Degree/National Diploma PLUS a qualification in Advanced Programme Management. Minimum of 5 years experience in managing projects PLUS experience in using projects management tools. Post-graduate qualification in project management and registration with relevant professional body will be an added advantage. Knowledge of the relevant Public Service Legislation. Knowledge of the project management discipline and life cycle (PMBOK, PRINCE2) Knowledge of project management techniques and tools. Competencies needed: Financial management. Planning and coordination. Project and programme management. People Management and empowerment. Time Management. Risk Management. Presentation and facilitation. Stakeholder Management. Communication (verbal and written). Contract management. Capacity Building. Monitoring and Evaluation. Analytical. Quality Management. Critical thinking and problem-solving. Leadership. Conflict management. Computer literacy. Attributes: Good interpersonal relations. Ability to work under pressure. Innovative and creative. Ability to work in a team and independently. Adaptability. Critical thinker. Cost consciousness. Honesty and Integrity. Influential. Key Responsibilities: Manage the IJS departmental projects and project teams. Manage the development and implementation of project management tools and methodologies, processes and standards to ensure uniformity when executing projects. Manage the alignment of project plans in accordance with the departmental priorities and perform programmes analysis. Oversee the execution of projects from the initiation through to project closure. Manage projects repository and provide project performance reports to management and key stakeholders. Monitor and evaluate quality of project deliverables and ensure that set standards and measures are adhered to. Mr S Ntsioa Tel: (012) 312 7756/7191

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R198 975 per annum (Level 8) George A 3 year National Diploma /Degree in Human Sciences. 3-5 years relevant experience. Good communication & writing skills Policy implementation skills. Monitoring and evaluation principles. Conflict management skills. Excellent presentation skills. Computer literate. Project management. Cultural awareness, flexibility & initiative. Valid drivers license (certified copy must be attached). The following will serve as recommendation: Knowledge of Water related legislation, policies and practices. Understanding of water resources programmes. Experience in Community or Rural development as well as interacting with other spheres of Government. Sound understanding of integrated water resource management. Ability to manage conflict through a transparent and participatory approach. Solve complex project related problems. Interpret and apply legislation, policy and strategy. Willingness to travel extensively and work irregular hours. Must be able to work independently. Liaise closely and provide support to water stakeholders including farmers (both commercial and emerging), all spheres of government, industries, local communities and other external institutions. Providing advice and support to the institutional development function of water resource management in the Gouritz Water Management Area. Assist in the establishment, co-ordination and management of a Catchment Management Agency and Water User Associations. Mr. J Roberts, Tel. 021 941 6179 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head: Western Cape, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X16, Sanlamhof, 7532 or hand deliver to Sigma Building, 3 Blanckenberg Road, Bellville Mr. B. Saki COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT OFFICER Sub Directorate: Water Sector Collaboration R198 975 per annum (Level 8) Bloemfontein A 3 year National Diploma /Degree in Human Sciences. 3-5 years relevant experience in the water sector. Computer literacy, preferably MS Word and PowerPoint. Knowledge of relevant legislation: National Water Act, Water Services Act and other Water Sector related legislation. A valid drivers license. Project and programme management skills. Good written and networking skills. Good reception skills and ability to interact with a diverse range of human personalities in the water sector. Assist in the identification and facilitation in the implementation of Integrated community development intervention in partnership with the community and other relevant stake holders. Support communities and perform administrative support on community development and related activities. Assist with the liaison, co-ordination

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and monitoring of projects and other community development ventures and report on the progress thereof. Assist with the planning of water programmes. Assist with the implementation of water regulatory framework. Assist with the monitoring and evaluation of water programmes Mr. S Mpopetsi, tel, 051 405 9000 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head: Free State, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag 528, Bloemfontein, 9300 or hand deliver at 2nd Floor, Bloem Plaza Building, c/o Charlotte Maxeke & East Burger Streets, Bloemfontein Ms. Pulane Shabe SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER 2 POSTS Directorate: Capital Projects Sub Directorates: Large Capital Projects and Betterment Capital Projects

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R198 975 per annum (Level 8) Pretoria Degree or National Diploma in Administration. 3-5 years experience in administration matters. Computer Literacy (Advanced Word and Excel); Knowledge and experience in Procurement and Supply Chain Management; Excellent Verbal and Report Writing skills are essential. Experience and working knowledge in general office and personnel administration. Knowledge and experience in human resources and financial management. A valid drivers license (code 08) will be an added advantage. Knowledge and experience of project administration. Perform projects administration duties. Ensure that project administration duties are performed as required. Ensure that project management events are arranged and planned for. Meeting management (venue, sending invites, taking minutes, distribution of meeting documents, arranging/serving refreshments, compiling meeting packs, etc). Ensure efficient and effective procurement of goods and services. Oversee the Document Management System (Filing, tracking of all incoming and outgoing documents, making follow-ups on outstanding submissions). Render general administrative support services such as travelling arrangements, S&T claims, photocopying, binding, etc). Corporate Service support (e.g. Leave management and ensuring compliance with HR policies) Mr. RB Martin: Tel. (012) 336 8072 or Mr. T Moore: Tel. (012) 336 8528 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X 350, Pretoria 0001 or hand deliver at the Continental Building, Cnr Visagie and Bosman, Continental Building. Ms T Bapela SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER R198 975 per annum (Level 8) Pretoria Degree or National Diploma in Administration. 3-5 years experience in administration matters. Understanding of the PFMA and treasury regulations is highly recommended. Knowledge and understanding of Public Service and the general core business of the Department will be an added Advantage. Knowledge of organizational performance management practices, procedures, administrative processes is imperative. Excellent administrative and organizational skills. Good interpersonal relations and communication skills. Computer literacy (Ms Word, Excel, PowerPoint and outlook). Ability to work independently, long hours and under pressure. Willingness to travel when necessary. To provide administrative support to the Office of the Deputy Director- General: Regions including administrative support during meetings or workshops; ordering and distribution of stationery, handling of telephone accounts, update and maintaining file systems, manage income and outgoing documentation, booking of flights and accommodation etc. Liaise with the Director Generals Executive support and Brach Regions Chief Directorates with respect to referrals and directives. Administer a document Management system and conduct quality assurance of submissions / directives / referrals / parliamentary questions. Maintain a database on decisions and commitments to provide a progress report. Mr. D. Siganunu (012) 336 7802 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X 350, Pretoria 0001 or hand deliver at the Continental Building, Cnr Visagie and Bosman, Continental Building. Ms T Bapela

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A Bachelors Degree or National Diploma in Accounting/ Financial Management or equivalent tertiary qualification in a recognized accounting field. A minimum of three years experience in Asset Management environment. Knowledge of the PFMA, Asset Management Framework and Treasury Regulations and other relevant legislation. Knowledge of Basic Accounting System (BAS), GRAP and Logis. Computer literacy with sound knowledge of the Ms Office suite preferably Excel. Demonstrate leadership/ interpersonal relationship and asset management skills. Good client service orientation skills. Ability to monitor and check information as well as set up and maintain information system. Willingness to work cooperatively with others as a team and good communication skills. Ensure that are properly accounted for in the Asset Register and complies with National Treasury Guidelines. Update new additions, movements, transfers and disposals. Reconcile the BAS with the Asset Register on monthly basis. Monitor all entries made on the Asset register as per minimum requirements. Retiring of all losses and disposed assets in the register. Update inventory list.. Ensure that asset policies and procedures guidelines are implemented and ensure compliance thereof. Ensure that the Departments asset registers are included in the budget. Perform quarterly asset count. Conduct Bi-annual physical verification of moveable assets and reconcile against the Asset Register and Trial Balance. Implement and manage registers for Finance Leases. Verify the existence of Finance Leases and prepare monthly reconciliation between BAS and amortization tables versus the Finance Leases register. Prepare journal on monthly basis. Ensure proper annual reporting and reconciliations. Quality assurance of asset management process. Quarterly review performance of staff within Asset Management in line with Human Resources Management guidelines. Ms G Ramashala tel, 012 336 8844 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X 350, Pretoria 0001 or hand deliver at the Continental Building, Cnr Visagie and Bosman, Continental Building. Ms T Bapela SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: WARMS R198 975 per annum (Level 8) Bellville A Degree or National Diploma in Administration. 3-5 years experience in Administration matters. Be computer literate and have sound knowledge of Microsoft Office. Knowledge of Water Services Act and National Water Act 1998(Act No 36 of 1998). Experience in the National Water use Registration process. Knowledge of administrative procedures. Supervisory skills. Understanding of Social and Economic development issues. Basic Financial management and knowledge of PFMA. Knowledge Management. Problem solving and Analysis. People and Diversity Management. Client Orientation and Customer Focus. Communication. Accountability and Ethical Conduct. Valid drivers license (certified copy must be attached). Implement administrative procedures for the component. Implement policies. Implement action plan for the section. Implementation action plan Adhere to the financial procedures in the section. Compile monthly reports Present monthly reports to Managers. Advise management on good administrative practices. Provide feedback on identified administrative gaps. Serve as the main interface between the clients and other functions in the national water use registration process including the handling of inquiries from clients. Handle all aspects relating to the filing and retrieval of water use files. Allocate task to staff and manage progress thereof. Keep register up to date. Compile monthly reports. Implement approved resolutions. Ms H Khoza (021) 941 6083 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head: Western Cape, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X16, Sanlamhof, 7532 or hand deliver to Sigma Building, 3 Blanckenberg Road, Bellville Mr. B Saki SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER R198 975 per annum (Level 8) NWRI: Central Operations (Standerton: Grootdraai dam) A Degree or National Diploma in Supply Chain Management/Finance/Purchasing / Public Administration or equivalent qualifications with three (3)- (5) five years relevant experience, which includes, logistics, procurement, assets, and disposal

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management procedure. Knowledge of the following: SAP computer system, stocktaking procedures and compiling of discrepancies reports, assets and disposable management procedures. Public Financial Management Act, Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, Treasury Regulations, Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act, SCM-A Guide for Accounting Officers/Authorities and SCM Practice Notes. Have good Supervisory skills, Computer skills, good communication skills (verbal and written), Good numeric skills, coordinating and organizing skills, ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines, willingness to work beyond normal working hours. A valid driver`s licence. Ensure compliance with policies, process and procedures of purchasing, receiving, storing, issuing and payments for goods and services. Managing staff performance and ensure compliance with Supply Chain Management Policies and procedures. Ensure that specification and bid documents are in order prior invitation of bids. Manage evaluation of bids and draft submission for recommendations to the DBAC. Manage advertisement of bids. Attend meeting and assist bidders (Briefing sessions). Liaise with internal and external clients. Attend to audit queries. Maintain an effective, efficient, transparent, economical and equitable Supply Chain and Asset Management for the office. Compile commitment report on monthly basis. Attend regular Departmental meetings. Provide leadership, training and guidance to subordinates. Compile reports related to SCM and Asset Management such as monthly BEE Spend Analysis, Monthly stock taking report, all relevant reports from SAP, reconciliation of the asset register, compile asset register (movable and immovable), Manage leases, disposals, losses and maintenance register. Ability to work independently, under supervision and under pressure. Enforce the OHS Act in the workplace. Conflict management. Mr. MH Thunye, Tel 017 712 9409 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to The Area Manager, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag x 2021, Standerton, 2430. Ms PN Myeni CHIEF ADMINISTRATION CLERK: WARMS R 160 224 per annum (Level 7) Bellville A Grade 12 Certificates. 3 years experience in administrative matters. Be computer literate and have sound knowledge of Microsoft Office. Knowledge of Water Services Act and the National Water Act 1998(Act No 36 of 1998). Knowledge in the National Water use Registration process. Supervisory skills. Knowledge of administrative procedures. Understanding of Social and Economic development issues. Knowledge of data management. Problem solving and Analysis. People and Diversity Management. Client Orientation and Customer Focus. Communication. Accountability and Ethical Conduct. Valid drivers license (certified copy must be attached). Implement administrative procedures for the component. Implement policies. Implement action plan for the section. Adhere to the financial procedures in the section. Compile monthly reports. Present monthly reports to Managers. Advise management on good administrative practices. Provide feedback on identified administrative gaps. To facilitate the correct application of disciplinary procedures. Serve as the main interface between the clients and other functions in the national water use registration process including the handling of inquiries from clients. Handle all aspects relating to the filing and retrieval of water use files. General office administration. Supervise staff. Ms H Khoza (021) 941 6083 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head: Western Cape, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X16, Sanlamhof, 7532 or hand deliver to Sigma Building, 3 Blanckenberg Road, Bellville Mr. B Saki CHIEF REGISTRY CLERK R 160 224 per annum (Level 7 Bellville A Grade 12 certificates. National Diploma or Degree in Public Administration will be an added advantage. 3-5 years experience in registry environment. The administration and supervising all of the registry procedures. Rendering of registry services. Management of post (incoming and outgoing mail). Controlling of insured and registered posts. Supervision of opening and closing of files. Management of the

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maintenance of files. Supervision of team members. Managing files and records. Understanding of Public Service Regulations. Telephone Etiquette. Organizational skills. Problem solving and Analysis. People and Diversity Management. Client Orientation and Customer Focus. Communication. Accountability and Ethical Conduct. Committed to high level of quality control. Knowledge of Registry Procedures, Processes and applicable prescripts and Acts. File management experience. Working knowledge of registered mail, priority mail and the sorting of mail. Computer literacy. Efficient running of the registry office. Receive documents for filing. File documents according to dates and folio number . Distribute files accordingly. Render administration for the component. Distribute document to the right office. Keep records of all the documents distributed. Do monthly reports. Prepare file covers. Insert the control sheet and the control card. Label the files. Manage the registered files accordingly. Manage the opening and closing of files. Attend enquiries from clients. Controlling of incoming and outgoing mails. Manage good customer relations with all clients. Do monthly reports. Do research on the latest filling system. Updating the system. Controlling the system. Supervise daily activities of team. Efficient running of the registry office. Mr P Janse Van Rensburg Tel. 021 941 6002 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head: Western Cape, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X16, Sanlamhof, 7532 or hand deliver to Sigma Building, 3 Blanckenberg Road, Bellville Mr. B Saki CHIEF ACCOUNTING CLERK R 160 224 per annum (Level 7 Pretoria A minimum of Grade 12, or Diploma/ degree in finance with accounting as a major subject will be an added advantage plus 3-5 years experience in Payroll Management. Salaries knowledge will be an added advantage. Knowledge of transversal systems applicable to the public Services. Ability to implement systems and exercise control to ensure sound financial management. Proven financial, communication and interpersonal skills. Understanding of PFMA, relevant Government regulations, Income Tax Act and policies. Ability to follow a proactive and creative problem solving approach. Computer literacy and ability to work under pressure. Approve payments and journals on the systems (PERSAL and BAS) in accordance with SCOA applications. Clear the suspense accounts and provide the reconciliations and age analysis monthly. Ensure that inter- departmental claims (Payables) are paid and confirmed. Update payment advice register. Ensure that Income Tax Act is followed and applied. Ensure that all ACB rejections are resolved timeously. Ensure that all allowances and deductions are implemented on time within run periods and closures. Attend to queries and ensure that documents are filed accordingly. Manage staff performance and review assessments. T Chibasa (012) 336 7608 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X 350, Pretoria 0001 or hand deliver at the Continental Building, Cnr Visagie and Bosman, Continental Building. Ms T Bapela SENIOR REGISTRY CLERK R129 780 per annum (Level 6) Bellville A Grade 12 certificates. Two years practical experience in Registry. Knowledge of Registry Procedures, Processes and applicable prescripts and Acts. File management experience. Basic Computer Literacy. Filing experience. Working knowledge of registered mail, priority mail and the sorting of mail. Computer literacy. Good interpersonal skills. Efficient running of the registry office. Open post and parcels. Accurate filing of all correspondences on a daily basis. Open and close files. Assist with the execution of functions attached to the registry office. Maintain a register of documents received and delivered. Order stationary. Receiving and dispatching of courier items. Ensure that there is no backlog on documents to be filed. Ensure that there is no file that leaves registry without being recorded. Issue and collect files from officials. Replace

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file covers and ensure that registry is efficient and effective. Deal with all registry related queries on a daily basis, in accordance with Batho Pele Principles. Mr. P Janse Van Rensburg Tel. 021 941 6002 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head: Western Cape, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X16, Sanlamhof, 7532 or hand deliver to Sigma House Building, 3 Blanckenberg Road, Bellville Mr. B Saki SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK 2 POSTS R129 780 per annum (Level 6) Bloemfontein Grade 12 with Accounting as a passed subject plus 3 years relevant experience of in Finance. Understanding of PFMA, National Treasury Regulations. Computer literacy (i.e. Outlook, Excel, Power Point and MS Word).Good (verbal and written) communication skills and report writing skills. Knowledge, experience in SAP will serve as an advantage. Coordinate budget inputs during the during the MTEF process. Assist with the completion and production of financial reports for performance, trend, and variance analysis, prepare monthly variance analysis report, and draw expenditure reports from SAP system. Assist in preparation and filling of management reports, ensure adherence to procedures and policies governing management accounting functions. Perform and submit monthly cash flow projections, perform transactional analysis to track over/under expenditure against the budget, attend to fund shifts requests/budgets virements. Mr. P Matsau tel, 051 405 9000 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag 528 Bloemfontein, 9300 or hand nd deliver at 2 Floor, Bloem Plaza Building, c/o Charlotte Maxeke & Eastburger Streets, Bloemfontein Mr. PJ Mofokeng SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK R129 780 per annum (Level 6) Pretoria Grade 12 with Accounting as a passed subject, plus 3 years relevant experience .Knowledge of transversal systems applicable to the public Services. Ability to implement systems and exercise control to ensure sound financial management. Proven financial, communication and interpersonal skills. Understanding of PFMA, relevant Government regulations and policies. Ability to follow a proactive and creative problem solving approach. Computer literacy and ability to work under pressure. Ensure payrolls are distributed on time. Accumulations of IRP5s are done on time and capturing of payments and journals on BAS. Follow-up on uncertified payroll certificates. Ensuring that filing of all salary payroll (month end and supplementary) are done accordingly and receive payroll certificates. Ensure that specimen signatures are updated timeously. Ensuring that IRP5s are on timeously distributed. rd Accumulate the IRP5 on Persal. Ensure that 3 party payments are done monthly. th Ensure that Item analysis is distributed before 7 of each month. Mr D Ramango (012) 336 7734 lease forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X 350, Pretoria 0001 or hand deliver at the Continental Building, Cnr Visagie and Bosman, Continental Building. Ms T Bapela SENIOR ADMINISTRATION CLERK 2POSTS Directorate: Capital Projects R129 780 per annum (Level 6) Pretoria Grade 12 Certificate. 1 to 2 years experience in administration matter. Knowledge and experience in Financial Management, Procurement and Supply Chain Management are essential. SAP. Experience and working knowledge in general office and personnel administration. Excellent verbal and report writing skills are required. Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel, Power Point). Knowledge of State finance and Budgeting in the public sector will be an added advantage

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Assisting the Assistant Director in with financial management and provisioning matters. Render efficient office administration support, coordinate meetings, workshop for the sub-directorates. Handle routine correspondence and enquiries related to payments and invoices, faxing, photocopying, bind documents, processing VA2s/requisition form; Manage S&T claims. Ensure efficient and effective procurement of goods and services and capturing onto SAP. Ordering equipment and supplies, maintaining inventories, etc. managing all maintenance of equipment of the Directorate. Render general administrative support services such as travelling arrangements, S&T claims, photocopying, binding, etc). Corporate Service support (e.g. Leave management and ensuring compliance with HR policies) Ms ME Seluka Tel. (012) 336- 7493 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X 350, Pretoria 0001 or hand deliver at the Continental Building, Cnr Visagie and Bosman, Continental Building. Ms T Bapela CHIEF AUXILIARY SERVICES OFFICER: ABSTRACTION AND ALLOCATION R129 780 per annum (Level 6) Clanwilliam Grade 12 Certificate. 2 -4 years experience as an Auxiliary Services Officer. Knowledge in handling water quality equipments. Be computer literate and have sound knowledge of Microsoft Office. Good verbal and written communication skills. Knowledge in purchasing equipment and materials. Knowledge in procurement process. Water quality files management. Valid drivers license. (Certified copy must be attached) Assist with the maintenance of instrumentation used for data collection in dams and rivers. Manage laboratory water quali0ty results. Assist with reaction to the pollution incidences. Assist with the preparation of water quality monitoring reports. Water quality files and reports management. Coordination of the sub directorate months and quarterly reports. Coordinate and manage the section performance portfolio of evidence. Manage the unit subsistence traveling and accommodation bookings. Support the Assistant Director Institutional Establishment with RPF related projects. Assist Catchmen Manager with management reports and projects management. General office administration. Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head: Western Cape, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X 16, Sanlamhof, 7532 or hand deliver to Sigma Building, 3 Blanckenberg Road, Bellville. Mr B Saki SENIOR PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION CLERK: BID ADMINISTRATION R129 780 per annum (Level 6) Bellville A grade 12 certificates. 3-6 years experience in Supply Chain Management. Candidates must be computer literate and have a sound knowledge of Microsoft Office. Knowledge of and understanding of the PFMA, PPPFA, Treasury Regulations and Supply Chain Management Procedures. Good communication and writing skills. Knowledge of procurement administrative procedures. Knowledge of bid administration processes. Send out RFQ to supplier. Arrange for the processing of the officials order. Filing of customer correspondence. Compilation of SBD forms after approval. Perform secretariat duties in the bid committees. Arrange Briefing sessions. Render effective procurement of goods and services. Receive and open bid documents. Ensure proper filing of contracts, invoices and progress reports. Maintenance and update the registers. Prepare the advert for publication. Perform contract management administration functions. Ms E Nkuna (021) 941 6214 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head: Western Cape, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X16, Sanlamhof, 7532 or hand deliver to Sigma Building, 3 Blanckenberg Road, Bellville Mr. B Saki SENIOR PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATION CLERK: GEORGE R129 780 per annum (Level 6) George

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Matric Certificate. 3-6 years experience in Supply Chain Management. Candidates must be computer literate and have a sound knowledge of Microsoft Office. Knowledge of and understanding of the PFMA, PPPFA, Treasury Regulations and Supply Chain Management Procedures. Good communication and writing skills. Knowledge of procurement administrative procedures. Knowledge of BAS. Knowledge of Logis.Knowledge of GAAP. Store/Warehouse Management. Receiving and issuing of Goods. Maintenance of warehouse. Daily follow up of outstanding orders. Stock taking. Assisting with asset management. Capturing of requisitions on LOGIS. Render effective procurement of goods and services. Render effective ordering, controlling and issuing of store items. Control and manage a quotation system as well as the roster system. Receive and open bid documents. Ensure proper filing of requisition (VA2). Process payments of invoices for rendered services. Ms M Smit (044) 802 2709 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head: Western Cape, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X16, Sanlamhof, 7532 or hand deliver to Sigma House Building, 3 Blanckenberg Road, Bellville Mr B Saki HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER: HRD R129 780 per annum (Level 6) Bellville A Grade 12 certificates. One (1) - two (2) years relevant experience in executing Human Resource Development administrative duties. Good verbal and written communication. Computer literacy skills. Knowledge of Training and Development polices and legislation. Ability to work without supervision. Creative and innovative. Project Management. Ability to work within a team context. Responsible for all administrative duties concerning Human Resource Development. Maintain the Human Resource Development Databases for Bursaries, ABET, young professionals, Recognition of Prior Learning and all other Training interventions. Responsible for all the logistical arrangements for meetings, workshops, courses, symposiums etc. Responsible for minutes taking and circulation of minutes. Coordinate all Training interventions including the formal induction programme. Ensure all updated policies and procedures circulated timeously. Responsible for the circulation and communication of all Human Resource Development matters to relevant stakeholders. Collect data complete Workplace Skills Plan, Monthly reports and Annual Training Reports. Filing of Human Resource Development documents. Ensure implementation of all relevant Human Resource Development forms and procedures. Ms MC Jansen Tel. 021 941 6057 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head: Western Cape, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X16, Sanlamhof, 7532 or hand deliver to Sigma House Building, 3 Blanckenberg Road, Bellville Mr. B Saki SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER R129 780 per annum (Level 6) Gauteng Region Pretoria Grade 12 certificate or equivalent qualification with three years relevant experience. PERSAL experience and attendance certificate. Sound knowledge of the public service regulatory framework. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Computer literacy. Good interpersonal skills. Good communication skills (written and verbal). Ability to work under pressure. Assist with advertising of posts. Update the database on a regular basis. Serve as secretary during short listing and interviews process. Write offer and regret letters. Process pension documents and I.O.D. process leave gratuity. Capture all types of leave. Drafting of submissions. Implementation of all HR-related transactions. Deal with all HR related queries on a daily basis in accordance with the Batho Pele Principles. Provide professional advice to line function on the effective and efficient interpretation of implementation of departmental HRM policies, systems, regulations, guidelines, resolutions and other prescripts. Ms. K. Mathole Tel: 012 392 - 1324 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X 995, Pretoria 0001 or hand deliver

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at Bothongo Plaza East, 285 Francis Baard (previously Schoeman Street), Pretoria, 0001 Ms K Mathole SENIOR ADMINISTRATION CLERK GRADE III R129 780 per annum (Level 6) NWRI, Central Operations (Bloemfontein) Grade 12 with One (1) - (2) years relevant experience in administration matter preferably in accounts payable. Experience in (SAP). Basic financial and Management and knowledge of PFMA. Computer literacy (MSWord, MS Excel, MS Outlook). Good communication skills (written and verbal), problem solving abilities, decision making and good interpersonal relations. Ability to work independently and under pressure. Knowledge of Supply Chain Management related prescripts and procurement procedures. Management of personnel matters. Providing of effective administrative support. Responsible for the following: accounts payable, suppliers payments, and capturing of payments on the SAP system. Ensure that suppliers are paid within 30 days. Attend to payments queries from suppliers. Receive and record invoices in the payment register. Responsible for Entity Maintenance Forms from Suppliers. Sourcing of quotations. Maintaining of Supplier Data Base. Ms E. Bosch, tel 051-4059276 or 051 405 9000 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to Department of Water Affairs, NWRI Central Operations, Private Bag 528, Bloemfontein, 9300 or hand-deliver at the Bloem Plaza, Bloemfontein, Second floor Mr. M Makhele CHIEF AUXILIARY SERVICES OFFICER 2 POSTS Directorate: Technical Engineering Services R129 780 per annum (Level 6) Pretoria A Grade 12 or equivalent qualification and 2-4 years Experience in Auxiliary Services Officer and relevant experience in a drawing reproduction/archiving environment would be n added advantage. The applicant must be computer literate and have good verbal and written communication skills. Experience with plan reproduction equipment, including large format scanners and printers, microfilm archiving systems, and filing skills are essential. Database experience will be an advantage. Applicants may be subjected to a verbal and/or written test to prove their ability to work in a drawing office environment. The successful candidate will be expected to work in a drawing archive/reproduction office. He/she will be expected to make copies of drawings; scan drawings into digital format; print drawings; forward plans via e-mail or postal services; enter data into a drawing database; provide assistance to clients at an information counter, and search for drawings in archives, databases, or microfilm systems. He/she will liaise with engineering staff as well as members of the public. Mr D.P. Johnson Tel (012) 336 8201 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X 350, Pretoria 0001 or hand deliver at the Continental Building, Cnr Visagie and Bosman, Continental Building. Ms T Bapela SENIOR ADMINISTRATION CLERK R 108 0878 per annum (Level 5) Bellville Grade 12 with One (1) - (2) years relevant experience in administration matter. Be computer literate and have sound knowledge of Microsoft Office. Knowledge of Water Services Act and National Water Act 1998(Act No 36 of 1998). Experience in the National Water use Registration process. Knowledge of administrative procedures. Understanding of Social and Economic development issues. Basic Financial management and knowledge of PFMA. Knowledge Management. Problem solving and Analysis. People and Diversity Management. Client Orientation and Customer Focus. Communication. Accountability and Ethical Conduct. Implement administrative procedures for the component. Implement policies. Implement action plan for the section. Implementation action plan Adhere to the financial procedures in the section. Compile monthly reports Present monthly reports

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to Managers. Advise management on good administrative practices. Provide feedback on identified administrative gaps. Serve as the main interface between the clients and other functions in the national water use registration process including the handling of inquiries from clients. Handle all aspects relating to the filing and retrieval of water use files. General office administration. Ms H Khoza (021) 941 6083 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head: Western Cape, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X16, SANLAMHOF, 7532 or hand deliver to Sigma House Building, 3 Blanckenberg Road, Bellville Mr B Saki SECRETARY 3 POSTS Directorate: Human Resource Development (OD) Directorate: Human Resources Transactions & Information (HRT) Directorate: Employee Relations (ER) R 108 078 per annum (Level 5) Pretoria Grade 12 and Certificate in Secretariat Services. A minimum of one (1)-(2) two years experience in secretarial duties and/or general administration. Knowledge of administrative procedures. Knowledge in secretarial duties, computer literacy, sound organisational skills. Good people skills. Basic written communication skills, basic Financial Management and knowledge of PFMA. Client Orientation and Customer Focus, Communication, Accountability and Ethical Conduct. Provides secretarial / receptionist and clerical support service to The manager. Receives telephone calls and messages for the manager and channels calls to relevant role players if needs be. Manages and coordinates the diary of the manager by recording appointments events. Does all required typing in the office of the manager. Operates office equipment like fax machines and photocopies. Liaise with travel agencies to make travel arrangements and other logistics. Coordinate and arrange all meetings and events for the office of the manager. Collects all relevant documents and information to enable the manager to prepare for meetings. Records minutes of the meetings of the manager when required. Process all travel and subsistence claims and all invoices that emanate from the activities of the work of the manager. Drafts routine correspondence and reports. Administers matters like leave registers and telephone accounts. Receives records and distributes all incoming and outgoing documents. Handles the procurement of standard items like stationary, refreshments etc. Remains up to date with regard to prescripts / policies and procedures applicable to her / his work terrain to ensure efficient and effective support to the manager. Studies relevant Public Service and Departmental prescripts / policies and other documents to ensure that the application thereof is understood properly. Remains abreast with procedures and processes that apply in the office of the manager. Mr. S Moyi tel, 012 336 7405 (OD), Ms K Pillay tel, 012 336 7681 (HRT) and Mr O Mulaudzi tel, 012 336 7789 (ER) Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X 350, Pretoria 0001 or hand deliver at the Continental Building, Cnr Visagie and Bosman, Continental Building. Ms T Bapela SECRETARY 2 POSTS Water sector and institution regulation Institutional establishment R 108 078 per annum (Level 5) Bellville Grade 12 Certificates. Certificate in Secretary Services, Office Management or Office Administration. 1-2 years experience in secretarial duties and general administration. Knowledge of administrative procedures and office management. Computer literary. Sound organizational skills. Good people skills. High level of reliability. Good written and verbal communication skills. Ability to act with discretion. Broad understanding of government objectives. Basic financial management and knowledge of PFMA. Knowledge management. Client Orientation and Customer focus. High level of accountability and ethical conduct. Provides secretarial / receptionist and clerical support service to The manager. Receives telephone calls and messages for the manager and channels calls to

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relevant role players if needs be. Manages and coordinates the diary of the manager by recording appointments events. Does all required typing in the office of the manager. Operates office equipment like fax machines and photocopies. Liaise with travel agencies to make travel arrangements and other logistics. Coordinate and arrange all meetings and events for the office of the manager. Collects all relevant documents and information to enable the manager to prepare for meetings. Records minutes of the meetings of the manager when required. Process all travel and subsistence claims and all invoices that emanate from the activities of the work of the manager. Drafts routine correspondence and reports. Administers matters like leave registers and telephone accounts. Receives records and distributes all incoming and outgoing documents. Handles the procurement of standard items like stationary, refreshments etc. Remains up to date with regard to prescripts / policies and procedures applicable to her / his work terrain to ensure efficient and effective support to the manager. Studies relevant Public Service and Departmental prescripts / policies and other documents to ensure that the application thereof is understood properly. Remains abreast with procedures and processes that apply in the office of the manager. Ms D Hene 021 941 6093, Ms A Petersen 021 941 6184 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head: Western Cape, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X 16 Sanlamhof, 7532 or hand deliver to Sigma Building, 3 Blanckenberg Road, Bellville Mr. B Saki SENIOR SECURITY OFFICER R 108 078 per annum (Level 5) NWRI, Central Operations (Usutu River) Grade 12 certificate or equivalent plus five years experience as a security. Candidate must be in possession of PSIRA grade D-C and supervisory experience. Must be in possession of a valid drivers licence. Firearm certificate will serve as a recommendation. National key point certificate. Supervise access control functions. Ensure all incidences are recorded in the occurrence book. Ensure the prohibition of unauthorised removal of equipment or documents from the premises. Ensure safety in the building and the premises. Guarding and patrolling of the national key point. Monitoring of surveillance system and access control. Ensure proper handling and use of firearm. Participate in emergency exercise, use of bi matrix system, investigate crime related incidents, use of maxi track patrol system, perform escort and administrative duties. Mr. MD Mhlanga (017) 846 6000 Please forward your application, quoting the reference number to: The Area Manager: Usutu River GWS, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X1004, Amsterdam, 2375 Ms KE Thomo TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPERATOR R 90 396 per annum (Level 4) Bellville Grade 12 Certificate, 1-3 years experience as a Receptionist. Administrative and clerical procedure. Word processing. Operate telecommunication system. Be able to communicate in various languages, especially proficient in English. Understanding of Public Service Regulations. Telephone Etiquette. Communication / Interpersonal Skills. Knowledge in operating telecom operators. Framework for managing telephone etiquette. Problem solving and Analysis. Client Orientation and Customer Focus. Receive incoming telephone calls. Transfer of calls to relevant stakeholders. Take messages where necessary. Receiving of visitors and direct them to relevant office where necessary. Ensure that telephone system is operated accordingly. Report faulty telephone system and other extensions within the organization. Managing files and records. Keep records of all the incoming and outgoing telephone calls. Generate telephone accounts for telephone calls. Distribute telephone accounts to relevant managers on monthly basis. Ensure that telephone calls are answered in time. Develop internal telephone directory. Ensure that data is maintained on the system. Distribute telephone directory to relevant officials. Ensure that all officials operate their telephone calls according to approved telephone policy. Manage correspondence where necessary. Ensure that there are proper controls on handling telephone systems. Attend enquiries from clients. Report all faulty telephone lines

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and telephone equipment. Ensure that the organization implement all new technology where necessary. Manage all enquiries on time. Ms N Matiso Tel 021 941 6098 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head: Western Cape, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X16, Sanlamhof, 7532 or hand deliver to Sigma House Building, 3 Blanckenberg Road, Bellville Mr B Saki SENIOR AUXILIARY SERVICE OFFICER R 90 396 per annum (Level 4) Bloemfontein Minimum Grade 8 plus 2-3 experience in auxiliary services , Computer Literate, Technical Skills, Willing to travel and work away from home ,a valid drivers license. Good technical problem solving abilities. Appropriate experience in project management Fieldwork, formulating and setting of standards, Managerial and administrative fields. A sound understanding of Government Policies, Knowledge of the implementation of Occupational Health and Safety act (OHS); Knowledge and understanding of Government Procurement system, Environment conservation and the National Water Act (Act no. 36 of 1998. Good Interpersonal relations. (Good human relations).Organizing and analytical skills. Management and performing of maintenance work on river flow gauging weirs. Management and performing of maintenance work on evaporation stations. Performing of minor construction works at gauging weirs construct evaporation and rainfall gauging stations. Assist in surveying of gauging structures, cross sections in rivers and gauge plates assist in current gauging. Procurement of equipment and materials for division. Assist with administrative work. Mr. W.C Hattingh, Tel 051 405 9000 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag 528 Bloemfontein, 9300 or hand nd deliver at 2 Floor, Bloem Plaza Building, c/o Charlotte Maxeke & Eastburger Streets, Bloemfontein. Ms P Shabe DRIVER/MESSENGER R 90 396 per annum (Level 4) Bellville Grade 12 certificate. 1-3 years experience in driver / messenger services. Knowledge in messenger services. Knowledge in tracing retrieving files. Knowledge of government regulations, practice notes, circulars, and policy frameworks. Client Orientation and Customer Focus. Communication skills. A valid drivers license (certified copy must be attached). Record incoming and outgoing files. Implement best practices of messenger services. Distribute files to managers. Deliver files to managers. Collecting and distribution of documents and mail on different floors/buildings. Take mail and postbag to post office in the morning and afternoon. Hand delivery of Courier documents. Collecting and taking away of registered mail. Sealing of all envelops for posting. Distribution of newspapers. Maintain the code of confidentiality and access of information. Provide an efficient and excellent messenger service to the Department. Adhoc driving duties Mr. P Janse Van Rensburg Tel. 021 941 6002 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head: Western Cape, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X16, Sanlamhof, 7532 or hand deliver to Sigma House Building, 3 Blanckenberg Road, Bellville. Mr. B Saki ADMINISTRATION CLERK R 90 396 per annum (Level 4) Gauteng Region Pretoria Grade 12 Certificate or equivalent qualification. Knowledge and experience In Data Capturing, Computer Literacy, MS Word, Microsoft Outlook, General Office Administration, good communication skills (verbal and Written). Recommendation: An understanding of the Departments role with respect to Information Management and Water Resource Management will be an advantage. Experience in the Water Management System (WMS) will be an added advantage.

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Data Capturing: Capture, verify, update all data relating to the Water Management System (WMS), Input Analysis Results as well as observation results into WMS, prior to storing these results on the database. Provide Information Support: Assist and ensure that all Projects, Tasks, and requests are executed and completed according to WMS Standards, Support decision making, to provide all the Water Pollution Control Officers and Managers, with the information required to effectively manage water resources, sources and monitoring in their catchment areas. Conduct all administrative duties relating to WMS. Processing of all WMS Forms, Registration of Monitoring Programmes, Maintain Programme change, Programmes administration and Consolidation of Monitoring Programmes. Quality checking, Releasing of results. Sample and Result Registration and Administration. Capture and update Stakeholder Information, Laboratory Information. Extraction of data, Compilation of Graphs & Compliance Management Reports, and Maintenance of Multimedia. Ms J Ramnanan tel,(012) 392 1492 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X 995, Pretoria 0001 or hand deliver at Bothongo Plaza East, 285 Francis Baard (previously Schoeman Street), Pretoria, 0001 Ms. K Mathole ADMINISTRATION CLERK R90 396 per annum (Level 4) Gauteng Region Pretoria Grade 12 Certificate or equivalent qualification. Computer Literacy, Experience in Provisioning/ Procurement administration. Experience in data capturing. Experience in fleet and asset management. Knowledge of filing. Render administrative support to the Chief Administration Clerk. Ability to multitask and work under pressure. A valid Code 08 drivers license. Data Capturing of requisitions on SAP. Assist with the management of inventory and equipment in the unit. Assist with the management of transport. Provide administrative support to the Section. Update the invoice/ order register. Mr. CSG Makuwe - (012) 392 1319 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X 995, Pretoria 0001 or hand deliver at Bothongo Plaza East, 285 Francis Baard (previously Schoeman Street)t, Pretoria, 0001 Ms. K Mathole TRADESMAN AID II (DATA ASSISTANT) R76 278 per annum (Level 3) Midmar Ability to read and write. 1 to 2 years experience. Able to read various water meters and gauge plates. Be physically fit. Good communication skills and ability to work in a team. Ability to work under supervision and independently. Experience in the field of maintenance. Must have a basic knowledge of using equipment, tools and light machinery. Extensive travelling within Kwa-Zulu Natal. A valid Code EB drivers license. Knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety procedures. Assisting the Data Collector with collections of electronic data and mechanical charts. Knowledge of administration in relation to correct completion of forms. Load and off load tools, materials and equipment on a daily basis. Assist with the cleaning and general repairs. Assist with cutting and removing grass, trees from gauging stations when required. Operate brush cutter and slashes when required. Clean gauge plates and instrumentation huts when required. Mr B Pillay, Tel 031 336 2700 Please forward your applications quoting the reference number to the Regional Head: KwaZulu-Natal, Department of Water Affairs, P O Box 1018, Durban, 4000 or th hand deliver to 88 Field Street, Southern Life Building, 9 Floor, Durban The Manager (Human Resources) GROUNDS MAN 4 POSTS R63 798 per annum (Level 2) NWRI, Central Operations (Bloemhof Dam)

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ABET qualifications, one (1) (2) two years experience. Knowledge of gardening equipments and appliances. Knowledge of lawn care process, pruning and trimming process and techniques. Knowledge of daily maintenance procedures for efficient machine / equipment performance. Knowledge of health and safety procedures. Knowledge of garden maintenance and planting practices. Must be able to read and write. Good communication skills (verbal and written), Good interpersonal skills self motivated and show willingness to work. Ability to work under pressure, independently and in a team. Must be able to work under supervision. Must have knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety. Cleaning and grounds and repair tools and structures (buildings, fences & benches) using hand and power tools. Mixing spray or spread fertilizers herbicides or insecticides onto grass, shrubs and trees. Provide proper upkeep and sweeping of sidewalks, driveways, parking lots and others. Maintain existing grounds / gardens by caring for sod, plants and trees. Rake and mulch leaves, irrigate plants and lawns. Cleaning of Galleries in the dam wall which includes but not limited to the following: sweeping and washing of the floors, maintenance of the surrounding dam areas, perform gardening duties on the side of the access road. Perform regular inspections on tools and report defaults. Assist with maintenance duties from time to time. Mr. H S van der Westhuizen, telephone 051 405 9216 Please forward your applications quoting the reference number to the Department of Water Affairs, NWRI Central Operations, Private Bag 528, Bloemfontein, 9300 or hand-deliver at the Bloem Plaza, Bloemfontein, Second floor Mr. M Makhele GROUNDSMAN

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Please forward your applications quoting the reference number to the Regional Head: KwaZulu-Natal, Department of Water Affairs, P O Box 1018, Durban, 4000 or hand deliver to 88 Field Street, Southern Life Building, 9th Floor, Durban The Manager (Human Resources) GENERAL WORKER: WORCESTER: HYDROLOGY 2 POSTS R63 798 per annum (Level 2) Worcester: Hydrology ABET (be able to read and write). Basic knowledge of construction and maintenance work. Basic knowledge of Occupational health and safety. Knowledge of gardening equipment and appliances. Knowledge of power tools. Knowledge of carpentry / bricklaying / welding. Knowledge of daily maintenance procedures for effective machine / equipment performance. General and structural maintenance of gauging sites. Refurbishment of gauging sites. Construction of gauging weirs and infrastructure. Technical assistance and special tasks. Mr. W Adonis 023 342 2673 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head: Western Cape, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X16, Sanlamhof, 7532 or hand deliver to Sigma House Building, 3 Blanckenberg Road, Bellville Mr. B. Saki GENERAL WORKER R63 798 per annum (Level 2) Bellville ABET (be able to read and write. Knowledge of gardening equipment and appliances. Knowledge of lawn care process. Knowledge of the pruning and trimming process and techniques. Knowledge of chemical use (dilution / mix ) chemical product knowledge. Knowledge of daily maintenance procedures for efficient machine / equipment performance. Basic Knowledge in supporting water utilization and water resource strategy. Knowledge of health and safety procedures. Knowledge of garden maintenance and planting practices. Basic Understanding of Government legislation. Do routine maintenance on the equipment. Repair damaged equipment. Refer equipment to other service providers for repairs. Maintain building structures. Be able to identify various chemicals. Mix chemicals according to procedures. Keep sprayers clean. Report when chemicals are about to used up. Look for cracks in measuring structures and report defects. Do maintenance of grounds pavements. Keep structures clean and their surroundings. Keep embankments in good condition. Holes on embankment must be reported. Stagnant water on the embankment must be reported. Maintain grounds properly. Keep records of repaired equipment. Keep job cards up to date. Repair minor equipment. Maintain lawns properly. Keep records of repaired equipment. Refer equipment for repairs to service providers in case it cannot be handled internally. Keep job cards up to date. Repair minor equipment. Maintained sidewalks clean. Keep offices clean. Refer equipment for repairs to service providers in case it cannot be handled internally. Keep job cards up to date. Ms N Matiso Tel 021 941 6098 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head: Western Cape, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X16, Sanlamhof, 7532 or hand deliver to Sigma House Building, 3 Blanckenberg Road, Bellville Mr B Saki GENERAL WORKER 2 POSTS R63 798 per annum NWRI: Central Operations Upper Vaal (1 X Rhenoster GWS, 1 X Vaal Dam ABET or equivalent qualification with appropriate experience as a General Worker. Be able to work in a team. Be able to perform manual work. Show commitment and loyalty. Must be punctual, productive and show good behaviour towards customers. Keep work premises clean. Keep canals and dams clean. Perform maintenance duties in the terraces. Perform other related tasks as instructed by the supervisors. Please forward your application quoting the reference number to The Area Manager, Vaal Dam, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X 02 Deneysville, 1932 Mr BS Mbongo

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CLEANER: ANALYTICAL SERVICES R63 798 per annum (Level 2) Pretoria, Roodeplaat Dam Grade 8 with two years relevant laboratory experience in general laboratory cleaning tasks. Good communication skills, knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety Act and safety principles/ practices. A valid Code EB drivers licence Clean laboratories, equipment and assist with fish tanks. Clean glass and plastic ware according to procedures. Fill 25 litre and other water containers Remove and sterilize waste. Complete accreditation forms. Mrs. M Nkosi, tel 012 808 9500 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag X 350, Pretoria 0001 or hand deliver at the Continental Building, Cnr Visagie and Bosman, Continental Building. Ms T Bapela MESSENGER R63 798 per annum (Level 2) Bloemfontein Senior Certificate (Grade 12). Good communication Skills, Knowledge of messenger services. Interpersonal Skills, Computer literacy. Collect/deliver mail to and from the post office. Operate franking machine. He/She will performs general messenger duties for the Regional Office. Receives and verifies delivered items, messages, mail and documents for correctness. Make photocopies and distribute documents to various stakeholders as required. Compile a report on the usage of the franking machine. Maintain tracking system for delivered documents. Keep the leave register for the sub-section. Reporting of faulty photocopiers and ensuring servicing of the photocopiers and fax machines as and when required. Assist with Registry duties when there is a need. The official will also be expected to do relief duties at the Reception/Switchboard. Ms M Maema tel, 051 405 9000 Please forward your application quoting the reference number to: The Regional Head, Department of Water Affairs, Private Bag 528 Bloemfontein, 9300 or hand nd deliver at 2 Floor, Bloem Plaza Building, c/o Charlotte Maxeke & Eastburger Streets, Bloemfontein. Mr. PJ Mofokeng

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ANNEXURE R PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: GAUTENG DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH It is the departments intention to promote equity through the filling of all numeric targets as contained in the Employment Equity Plan. To facilitate this process successfully, an indication of race, gender and disability status is required. NOTE : Applications must be submitted on form z83, obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the internet at www.dpsa.gov.za/documents. The Completed and signed form should be accompanied by a recently updated CV as well as certified copies of all qualification/s and ID document( no copies of certified copies allowed, certification should not be more than six months old). Failure to submit all the requested documents will result in the application not being considered. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted within three (3) months after the closing date please accept that your application was unsuccessful. OTHER POSTS POST 12/129 : : : : SPECIALIST FORENSIC PATHOLOGIST REF NO: 70449835 Directorate: Forensic Medical Service R 701 280 per annum (All inclusive package) Diepkloof Full registration with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPSCA) as a Specialist Forensic Pathologist. Experience in the rendering of forensic pathology services and medico- legal death investigation services. Proven teaching, research and management experience in the field of forensic medicine and pathology. Computer literacy including (MS word, Excel and PowerPoint). Good working knowledge of relevant Legislation, Regulations and Policies governing Forensic Pathology Services. Good written and verbal communication skills and interpersonal skills. The ability and willingness to work within groups and coordinate team activities. The ability to work under pressure as a Specialist Forensic Pathologist. Valid code 8 drivers license. This is a position on the joint staff establishment of the Gauteng Forensic Pathology Service (Diepkloof Cluster) and the Department of Forensic Medicine, University of the Witwatersrand. The duties and responsibilities of the successful candidate will primarily involve the following: to provide the full spectrum of forensic pathology and medico legal death investigation services at consultant level; rendering all relevant administrative duties as required; supervision of registrars and other academic and service personnel; rendering all academic duties as determined by the Head of Department, including curriculum implementation, under- and post graduate teaching, active participation in research activities within the Department; rendering of after-hours services during the week and over weekends; ensuring the implementation of a standardised, quality forensic pathology service by providing training for professional and support staff and a consultative service to the department and other institutions; compiling reports for the Courts and for statistical purposes; attending death scenes and performing post mortem examinations in routine and complex cases; performing microscopic histopathological examinations and training on relevant cases; attending Court and provide expert testimony when required and assisting the Courts as an Assessor; assisting with monitoring and evaluation of the Forensic Pathology Service Diepkloof and Sebokeng; assisting the Principal and Chief Specialist in their academic and management duties; rendering other related professional services and duties as may be assigned from time to time. Prof. J. Vellama Tel:011 489 1653 or 082 777 0737 or E mail:Vellema@telkomsa.net Applications must be forwardeddelivered to Forensic Pathology Service, 28 Harrison Street, ground floor, reception or can be posted to Forensic Pathology Service, PO Box 7128, Johannesburg,2000 05 April 2013 Application on Form Z83 with CV to be submitted, Proof of registration with HPCSA Certified, Certified copy of Drivers License, Certified copies of all qualifications.

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MEDICAL OFFICER Directorate: ForensiC Medical Service R 520 680 per annum (All inclusive package) Sebokeng 70448936 (2 Posts) Germiston 70448937 (1 Post) MBChb, MBBch or equivalent qualification. Completed community service full registration with HPCSA as a Medical Practitioner. Diploma in Forensic Pathology or related qualification recommended(if not qualified, the successful candidate will be expected to obtain the diploma in forensic pathology within two years of appointment) Ability and willingness to perform duties outside of normal hours and away from of employment when required. Ability to perform forensic autopsies. Ability to give evidence in courts. Ability to lecture. computer literacy (including Ms Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint). Valid code 08 drivers license. Good working knowledge of relevant legislation. Planning to specialize in forensic Pathology. Good written and verbal communication skills and interpersonal skills. Provide comprehensive medico-legal investigation of death services, inclusive of death scene attendance, after-hour services during the week and over weekends, performance of autopsies, preparation of relevant medico-legal reports and court attendance. Active participation in the management of Sebokeng Forensic Pathology Service. Assist the Principal and Chief Specialist in relevant management duties. Participate in teaching, research and learning activities in the department. Render other related professional services and duties as may be assigned from time to time. Dr J Mwesigwa/ Proj J Vellema Tel No: 082 782 1794 or 082 777 0737 Applications must be forwarded delivered to Forensic Pathology Service, 28 Harrison Street, ground floor, reception or can be posted to Forensic Pathology Service, PO Box 7128, Johannesburg, 2000 05 April 2013 Application on Form Z83 with CV to be submitted, Proof of registration with HPCSA Certified, Certified copy of Drivers License, Certified copies of all qualifications. REGISTRAR REF No: 70448915 Directorate: Urology Department R520 680 R544 464 per annum (all inclusive package) Kalafong Hospital Registrars must be registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa and must have completed Community Service. Registrars will be responsible for the rendering of clinical services, assessment and treatment of patients and related administrative duties. In addition they need to participate in all activities of the discipline in relation to teaching and research as well as participate in departmental audit activities. They will be responsible for preparing and writing reports, communication services and community liaison. Registrars will be rotated through related departments. Dr. R. Abulfeilat, Tel No. (012) 373-1047 Applications must be submitted to: Kalafong Hospital, Human Resource Department, Private Bag X396, Pretoria, 0001 or Hand Delivered at HR Department, 2nd floor, Ms Nomsa Mabasoss office Room B218. 05 April 2013 DEPUTY DIRECTOR: FINANCE REF NO: 70448934 Directorate: Forensic Medical Service R464 919 per annum (all inclusive package) Head Office An appropriate three year Degree or National Diploma in Financial /Public Management or equivalent qualification. Matric and 10 years experience in Financial Management environment. At least (5) years managerial experience in Finance and Extensive Experience in Finance and Revenue Management with a proven track record. In-depth knowledge of Government / Provincial Budget Procedures. Have the Ability to perform independently and under pressure. Good communication and interpersonal Relations. Planning, Organisational and Problem Solving Skills. Computer Literacy:- including Excel, Power Point: - BAS, SAP and SRM. Well conversant with the Provincial Financial Systems. Well conversant with the Legislation regulating Financial Management (Treasury Regulations), PFMA etc.

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Must have a Code 08 drivers licence. NB: Shortlisted applicants will be subjected to a competency test in financial management aspect. Establish and maintain appropriate systems to ensure effective and efficient management of the allocated resources. Advise the CEO and Managers in execution of their functions in terms of Treasury regulation and PFMA. Report to and liaise with Director. Ensure effective and efficient budget management and compile monthly reports. Develop and manage the budgeting process in the institution in consultation with management and other stakeholders in line with the Departments strategy of financial management and other applicable prescripts for the MTEF cycle. Must be able to plan and organize own work and that of support personnel to ensure proper care. Ensure correction and timely expenditure allocations. Ensure timely clearing of suspense account with relevant documentation. Monitor financial transaction with an aim of reducing irregular/ fraudulent transactions. Ensure HR management within your component and timely reporting. Ensure that payments are done within 30 days. Ensure that assets and liabilities are effectively managed. Keep electronic and physical accounting records. Ensure compilation and submission of IYM on a monthly basis. Ensure that suppliers statements are reconciled. Supervise performance of monthly reconciliations ( BAS/Persal, BAS/Medsas, BAS/SAP, BAS/BAUD and parking). Maintain commitment register for payment and internal control measures. Recommend actions to prevent any overspending, under spending, fruitless and wasteful expenditure. Ensure the implementation of Enterprise Risk Management. Ensure compliance to Auditor General recommendations and monthly reporting of action plans. Mr. G Phashe Tel No: 011 689 5542 E mail: Gregory.Phashe@gauteng.gov.za Applications must be forwarded delivered to Forensic Pathology Service, 28 Harrison Street, ground floor, reception or can be posted to Forensic -Pathology Service, PO Box 7128, Johannesburg, 2000 05 April 2013 OPERATIONAL MANAGER NURSING (GENERAL) GRADE I PN-A5 2 POSTS REF NO: 70448974 Directorate: Nursing Those who have previously applied for the post need not to re-apply as their applications will be considered. R279 045 per annum (plus benefits) Cullinan Care and Rehabilitation Centre Basic R425 qualification i.e. Diploma \ Degree in nursing or equivalent qualification that allows registration with SANC as a professional Nurse. A minimum of 7 years appropriate \ recognizable experience in nursing after registrations a Professional Nurse with SANC in general nursing. At least 5 years of the period above must be appropriate\recognized experience in Psychiatry. Strong leadership, good communication and sound interpersonal skills are necessary.Knwledge of the Mental Health Act, PFMA and other Public Sector Regulations and Legislative Framework. Strong leadership skills, good verbal and written communication skills, conflict management skills, good interpersonal relationship and ability to work under pressure. Basic computer literacy and a drivers licence will be an advantage. Coordination of optimal, holistic specialized nursing care provided within set standards and a professional\ legal framework. Manage effectively the utilisation and supervision of human, financial and services resourses.Co ordination of the provision of effective training and research.Mantain professional growth \ethical standards and development of self and subordinates. Promote quality of nursing as directed by the scope of practice and standards as determined by the institution. Demonstrate a basic understanding and effective implementation of HR and Finance policies and practices..Demonstrate effective communication with patients and the Multi-Disciplinary Team including report writing. Work effectively, cooperatively amicably with persons of diverse intellectual, culture, racial or religious differences. Be able to manage own work, time and that of subordinates. Ensure discipline of staff and resolve grievances as they arise. Ms.N.A Masigo, Tel: No :( 012) 734 7000 The applications must be hand delivered to the following address: Cullinan Care and Rehabilitation Centre, Zonderwater Road, Cullinan, or posted to Cullinan Care and Rehabilitation Centre, Private Bag x 1005, Cullinan, 1000 05 April 2013 EMS LECTURER PARAMEDIC: 3 POSTS REF NO: 70448913 Directorate: Professional Development

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GRADE 2: R 197 889- R 236 607 per annum (plus benefits) GRADE 3: R 246 303- R 281 622 per annum (plus benefits) GRADE 4: R 290 489- R 326 838 per annum (plus benefits) Lebone Colledge of Emergency Grade 2: National Diploma AET/EMC that allows registration with the HPCSA as Paramedic. Grade 3: National Diploma with 7 years after registration as a Paramedic or a B Tech Degree that allows registration with the HPCSA as Emergency Care Practitioner. Grade 4: National Diploma with 17 years after registration with HPCSA as Paramedic or a B Tech-degree with 10 years after registration with the HPCSA as ECP. Current registration with the Health Professionals Council of South Africa (HPCSA) Training experience is recommended. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills as well as writing and verbal communication skills in English. Computer Literacy in MS Word, Excel and Power Point is essential. Valid code B/ C1 drivers licence with PDP. Involvement in all aspect of Education Training and Development on the courses at the College including facilitation, assessment, mentorship and moderation. Participation in the road shifts during the practical phases of the course. Ensure that all aspects of the course is aligned to the relevant Legislation, Regulations and Policies. Participation in the formative and summartive assessments processes. Any other duties as may be required from time to time by the Principal. Mr. A.M. Malgas, Tel No: 012 356 8011 Applications must be submitted on a Z83 form with Certified copies of I.D and qualifications to be attached. Applications should be submitted to Applications must be delivered to Lebone College of Emergency Care, 43 Corner Steve Biko Road and Belvedere Street, Arcadia or can be posted to Lebone College of Emergency Care, PO Box 26876, Gezina 0031. 9 April 2013 CHIEF ACCOUNTING CLERK REF No: 70448905 Directorate: finance R 160 224 per annum (plus benefits) West Rand District Diploma Grade 12 or equivalent qualification. Computer literacy, and good communication skills. Knowledge of BAS, SAP, DORA, PFMA, and Treasury Regulations. Good writing skills and interpersonnel relations. 3 years experience in finance, a valid drivers licence (candidate will be tested during the day of interview). Do filling and safe keeping of documents. Compile report and attend finance related meeting. Work with petty cash, receipts and deposit slips. Do reconciliation between BAS/SAP- BAS/MEDSAS- BASBAUD BAS/PERSAL and any other reconciliation within the section compile payment and journals. Monitor NGOs and be able to handle queries. Budget management and clear misallocation. Compile and clear suspense account. Supervise Subordinate. Ms. D. Sekwale, Tel No :( 011) 953 4515 Applications must be submitted to: Coner Luipaard & Vlei Street, Krugersdorp, 1740. 05 April 2013 Disabled people are encouraged to apply HUMAN RESOURCE CLERK REF NO: 70448907 Directorate: Human Resource Management R 129 780 per annum (plus benefits) Tara the H. Moross Centre, Sandton Grade 12 or equivalent with 2 to 5 years experience in Human Resource Management. Excellent communication, good interpersonal relations and organizational skills. Be computer literate. Ability to interpret HR policies and prescripts. Knowledge of Persal. Ability to work with confidential information. Handling of all personnel administration matters pertaining to appointments, probations, leave, and compile monthly statistics and reports, transfers, secondments, promotions, notch progressions, service terminations, injury on duty, service termination, and PMDS. Administration of salary and employee benefits. Receive applications, assist with short-listing and take minutes during the interview proceedings. Compile mandates to be Send to the Gauteng Department of Finance. Carry out lawful duties allocated by the supervisor. Assist with attending to HR related enquiries. Mr. M. Groenewald Tel No: (011) 535 3029

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Applications must be submitted to-: Tara The H. Moross Centre C/o HR Section 50 Saxon Road Hurlingham 2196 or posted to-: Tara The H. Moross Centre HR Section Private Bag X7, Randburg, 2125 9 April 2013 CLIENT INFORMATION CLERK REF NO: 70448901 Directorate: Administration R90 396 per annum Kopanong Hospital Grade 12. Good physical condition. Ability to read, write and communicate effectively in English. Computer literate, good customer service. Management of the switchboard re: incoming and outgoing calls. Good control of pagers and cell phone messages. Be prepared and able to work shifts, Public holidays and weekends. Mrs. M. Leeuner,Tel No: (016) 428 7154 Applications must be delivered at Kopanong Hospital, 2 Casino road, Duncanville, Vereeniging, Admin block, HR Office or Posted to Private Bag X031, Vereeniging, 1930. 5 April 2013 CLIENT INFORMATION CLERK REF No: 70448914 Directorate: Switchboard Department R90 396 per annum (plus benefits) Kalafong Hospital Grade 12. At least 2 3 years relevant experience, Telephone etiquette, good communication skills, Interpersonal relations and Computer literacy. Handling incoming and outgoing calls. Answer general enquiries. Keep record of private calls, receive messages and convey them appropriately to division and persons. Updating of departmental telephone directory and distribution thereof. Arrange installations and transfer of telephone. Assist with costing of private telephones. Perform other tasks that may be delegated to by the supervisor. Work shifts, weekends and public holidays according to the duty roster. Adherence to Batho Pele Principles. Ms. M. Themba, Tel No: (012) 318 - 6731 Applications must be submitted to: Kalafong Hospital, Human Resource Department, Private Bag X396, Pretoria, 0001 or Hand Delivered at HR Department, 2nd floor, Ms Nomsa Mabasoss office Room B218. 05 April 2013 ADMINISTRATION CLERK REF NO: 70449019 Directorate: Admission Department R 90 396-R106 482 per annum (plus benefits) Pretoria West Hospital Grade 12 or equivalent; 0-2 years experience; computer literacy. Other Skills: Records Management; good communication skills; interpersonal relation skills; application of Batho Pele principles in a work situation; willing to work shifts; Knowledge of PAAB and UPFS will be an added advantage. Registration and admission of patients on PAAB system and manual during downtime; retrieval of files from records; capturing of daily statistics on statistics on TPH31 and TPH31A; copying and compiling Private and externally funded documents and completion thereof; completion of UPFS form and ensuring that working resources are available. Ms M .L Mosepedi, Tel. No - (012) 380 1245 Applications can be delivered to: Pretoria West Hospital, HR Department, 380 Sytze Wierda Avenue, Philip Nel Park, Pretoria West or posted to: Pretoria West Hospital, HR Department, Private Bag X02, Pretoria West. 0117 05 April 2013 SECURITY OFFICER REF NO: 70448908 Directorate: Support Services R63 798 per annum (plus benefits) Tara the H. Moross Centre, Sandton

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Grade 10/12 plus security certificate Grade D/C and registered with PSIRA. Computer literacy will be an advantage. At least 3-4 years relevant security experience. Knowledge of the Access to public premises and vehicles Act No. 53 of 1985 Sec 42 of Act 51 of 1997, PSIRA Act 56 of 2001 and Minimum Information Security Standards(MISS). Must be prepared to work shifts and under pressure. Safeguarding the hospitals assets, vehicles, employees, patients, contractors, visitor and the surroundings. Patrol inside the hospital, parking areas and controlling the movement of patients and visitors. Render escort services to staff members, visitors and patients when the need arises. Report all incidents/breaches in the Occurrences Book. Do body and vehicle searching. Enforcement of departmental policies, assisting nursing staff with patients if required, managing of hospital security aids and monitoring of CCTV . Mr. V. Doorasamy Tel No: (011) 535 3094 Applications must be submitted on a Z83 form, Certified copies of CV, ID and Qualifications to be attached. Applications must be submitted to-: HR Section 50 Saxon Road, Hurlingham 2196 or posted to-: Tara The H. Moross Centre C/o HR Section Private Bag X7, Randburg 2125 9 April 2013 DEPARTMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

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CHIEF DIRECTOR REF NO: 70192568 Directorate: Legal Services R 872 214 per annum (all inclusive package) Johannesburg (Head Office) LLB or postgraduate qualification and admitted Attorney or Advocate. A minimum of five years postgraduate experience in legal practice or legal department in the public or private sector. Knowledge: GPG and DID policies and procedures. Relevant legislation and Public Service Regulations. Understanding of expectations of customers. Knowledge of SLAs. Management information knowledge. Knowledge of GPG political and executive structures. Skills: Project management methodologies. Business performance management. Community relations. Stakeholder relationship management. Provide professional and well researched legal advisor service to the MEC and the Department. Provide strategic leadership to legal service and contract management units. Ensure compliance with all relevant laws and policies by the Department. Deal with legal actions instituted by or against the Department. Provision of legal opinions. Ensure that the Department has a manual of functions and index of records held by the Department. Participate in legislative process of the MEC. Direct identification, development and implementation of entire range of contract formation, negotiation, administration and determining the appropriate contracting strategy to complement the Departments strategic objectives. Establish highest level contract process to ensure the achievement of Departments expectations. Participates in the source selection processes. Champion contract policy review and improvement. Monitor legislation in order to determine its efficacy. Ms Masabata Mutlaneng Tel No : (011) 355 5855 OTHER POST

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The successful candidate must have legal research and drafting skills; dispute resolution; financial and project management skills; strategic capability and leadership skills; conflict management; report writing; good interpersonal and intercultural relations skills and excellent communication skills (written and verbal). Must be computer literate. Drafting, vetting and review of contracts and other legal documents on behalf of the Department (i.e. contracts, MOUs, MOAs, SLAs, memorandum etc.). Provisioning of legal opinions on requests received in terms of the Promotion of Access to Information Act on information held by the Department. Provide verbal and written legal opinions on a variety of matters pertaining to litigation involving the Department. Ensure legal support service in general litigation matters, which include issuing instructions to the State Attorneys, informing and advise the Department on trends that could lead to litigation against the Department. Render professional legal presentation in all litigation matters affecting the Department. Mr T Mlambo Tel No: 011 355 5199

OFFICE OF THE PREMIER It is the departments intention to promote equity through the filling of all numeric targets as contained in the Employment Equity Plan. To facilitate this process successfully, an indication of race, gender and disability status is required. APPLICATIONS CLOSING DATE NOTE : : : Applications can be delivered to: Gauteng Department of Finance, 78 Fox Street, Johannesburg or Private Bag X114, Marshalltown 2107. 9 April 2013 Appointment is subject to the signing of performance contract. The successful candidate will be required to submit to clearance check and qualification verification.Applications must be submitted on form z83, obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the internet at www.dpsa.gov.za/documents. The Completed and signed form should be accompanied by a recently updated CV as well as certified copies of all qualification/s and ID document( no copies of certified copies allowed, certification should not be more than six months old). Failure to submit all the requested documents will result in the application not being considered. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted within three (3) months after the closing date please accept that your application was unsuccessful. OTHER POSTS POST 12/143 : : : : PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO CHIEF DIRECTOR: REF NO: 70054951 Directorate: Strategy and Operational Support R160 224 per annum (plus benefits) Johannesburg An appropriate recognized Diploma in Office Management or Secretarial Diploma. Minimum of 3 5 years in rendering support to a Senior Manager, with experience in Public Service Structure. Advance Project Management, Human Resources, Financial and Management skills. Good Conflict Management, Report Writing, Communication, Organizing, Coordinating and Computer Skills are pre-requisite. Knowledge in Records Management, Policy Research, Human Resources Management and Government Communication will be an added advantage. To provide secretarial/receptionist and administrative support services to the Chief Director. Management and Coordination of the Chief Director`s diary. Management of records and the flow of documents in line with MISS in the Chief Director`s office. Provide support to the Chief Director and the Chief Directorate regarding meetings. Assist with the administration and controlling of the chief directorate`s budget. deal with the procurement of standard items in the chief directorate`s office. check and collate bas reports to ensure that expenditure is allocated correctly. administer and coordinate the chief director`s management structures. administrative oversight over tracking and monitoring of the implementation of the executive decisions of the chief directorate. set up and maintain systems in the office of the chief director to enhance efficiency in the office. proof read documents and corrects them prior to submitting them to the chief director. collate the chief director`s monthly reports. deal with all logistical arrangements involving the chief director. Mr. J. J. Shabalala, Tel No: (011) 355 6448

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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS : : Applications can be delivered to: Department of Social Development, 69 Commissioner Street, Thusanong Building, Jhb. For Attention: Mr. H. Pillay, Tel: (011) 227 0067 or posted to: Private Bag X 35 Johannesburg, 2000. 02 April 2013 OTHER POSTS POST 12/144 : SOCIAL WORK MANAGER GRADE 1 (SW-A10) (PARTNERSHIPS & FINANCING) REF NO: 70183445 Directorate: Regions R503 997 per annum (All inclusive remunerative package). The package can, with applicable rules, be structured according to the individual's needs). Johannesburg Metro Region Bachelors Degree in Social Work with a minimum of 10 years appropriate experience in Social Work after registration as a Social Worker with the South African Council for Social Services Profession. Valid drivers license. Extensive proven managerial experience/communication, conflict management and resolution/ interpersonal and people management skills with special reference to Diversity Management skills. Proven planning, strategic leadership and business partnering. Knowledge of legislative imperatives and policy framework underpinning partnerships and financing. Ability to link hard and soft competencies to enhance implementation of the Annual Performance Plan. Practical implementation of the NPO Act, Social Developments sector specific legislation (e.g. Older Persons Act, Childrens Act etc.) and Public Finance Management Act. The ideal candidate must have proven experience in Programme and Financial Management. Implementation of Labour Related Procedures in a highly unionised environment. Computer Literacy, Presentation and facilitation Skills including sound report writing abilities. Possess competencies to work in Multi-disciplinary teams in Service Delivery Improvement Programs of the Region. NPO Act implementation oriented objectives as directed by the Annual Performance Plan. Develop mechanisms which ensure NPO compliance with NPO Act, PFMA and all sector specific legislation in the Region. Maintain risk management processes including fraud prevention. Manage the development and implementation of Component operational plan. Manage compiling of monthly POA and quarterly reports in line with the strategic plan of the Department. Ensure credibility of data that informs the quarterly report and future funding of NPOs. Mr. S. Ndweni Tel No : (011) 374 1861 The Department reserves the right to fill this position(s). Applicants registered with Professional Bodies are kindly requested to attach the necessary certification with the applicable council. (First and current registration only).The Department reserves the right to fill this position(s) MANAGER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT GRADE 1(CD-A11) REF NO: 70183457 Directorate: Regions R 503 997 per annum (All inclusive remunerative package). The package can, with applicable rules, be structured according to the individual's needs). Johannesburg Metro Region An appropriate three year tertiary qualification in Development Studies or Social Science Degree. A minimum of 10 years recognizable experience in Community Development after obtaining the required qualification. Proven Managerial experience. Understanding Community Development Programs. Knowledgeable of Community Development Legislation. The candidate must be able to operationalize and implement strategic imperatives and policies. Experience in Project Management and Change Management. The candidate must be able to apply and advice on principle related to community Work; must be innovative in his or her approaches, must be able to manage and work and work effectively and cooperatively with persons of diverse backgrounds. A valid Drivers License. Managing the identification, facilitation and implementation of integrated development interventions in partnership with the community and other relevant stakeholder (internal and external) through the efficient, effective and economical utilization of resources by the Sustainable livelihood Component. Monitoring, interpreting and reviewing legislation and policies are still relevant and comply with current

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requirements. Managing the Sustainable Livelihood Component to ensure that effective community development services are delivered through the proper utilization of human, financial and physical resources. Keeping up to date with new development in the community development and management field to enhance service delivery. Mr. Solomon Ndweni Tel No: (011) 374 1861 Applicants registered with Professional Bodies are kindly requested to attach the necessary certification with the applicable council. (First and current registration only).The Department reserves the right to fill this position(s) DEPUTY DIRECTOR: NPO FUNDING REF NO: 70183598 Directorate: Regions R 464 919 per annum (All inclusive remunerative package). The package can, with applicable rules, be structured according to the individual's needs). Sedibeng Region Bachelors Degree or appropriate tertiary qualification. (BCOMM Accounts, Economics, and Management) will be an added advantage. Extensive proven managerial experience/ communication, conflict management and resolution/ interpersonal and people management skills with special reference to Diversity Management skills. Proven planning, strategic leadership and business partnering. Knowledge of current Social Development practices based on integrated development. Ability to link hard and soft competencies to integrated Service Delivery Improvement Plans in the Region. Practical implementation of the Public Finance management Act, to ensure compliance with the Act and Treasury Regulations. The ideal candidate must have proven experience in Financial Management. Implementation of Labour Related Procedures in a highly unionized environment. Computer Literacy, Presentation and facilitation Skills including sound report writing abilities. Possess competencies to work in Multi - disciplinary teams in Service Delivery Improvements Programs of the Region. Valid driver's license. Public Finance Management Act implementation oriented objectives as directed by the Provincial Treasury. Develop mechanisms which ensure PFMA compliance of NPO's in the Region, Maintain risk management processes including fraud prevention. Manage compiling of multi - term budget in line with the strategic plan of the Department. Ensure credibility of data that informs the budget, expenditure and projections. Ensure Transformation of the NPO's through effective implementation of Policy on financial awards. Manage NPO's budget, and advice on the panelling. Analyse financial reports and link with monitoring and evaluation unit. Analyse BAS and Supatsela payments reports; provide necessary guidance to address outstanding payments, underpayments and over payments. Ms. K. Jacobs Tel No : (016) 930 - 2004 The Department reserves the right to fill this position(s). SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER (MONITORING & EVALUATION) REF NO: 70183858 Directorate: Regions R198 975 per annum (plus benefits) West Rand Region Appropriate degree in Social Science and /or Finance with relevant experience. Computer literate in MS word, excel etc. Studies/ Courses in monitoring and evaluation of development programs will be an advantage. Drivers License is a must. Experience in monitoring and evaluation of programs/ services. Implementation of the monitoring and evaluation tools. Implement and monitor capacity building programs for NPOs especially new and merging NPOs. Tracking of programs/ services against planned indicators and targets, assists with project audits, baseline studies, monthly and quarterly reports. Experience in NGO coordination management. Ensure effective utilisation of resources. Work closely with monitoring and evaluation unit at Head Office to evaluate the impact of funding to inform continued funding and relevance of programs. Monitor the implementation of the outputs in the Business Plan of the NGOs including HIV/AIDS, Sustainable Livelihood (poverty and alleviation), Welfare NPOs and youth Development programs. Monitoring service level agreements. Maintain reporting systems on intersect oral funding. Facilitate development of new NPOs/CBOs in under-serviced areas implementing the Policy on Financial Awards to service providers including the Transformation imperatives. Ms. T. Maluleke, Tel. No: (011) 950 7707

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The Department reserves the right to fill this position(s). SOCIAL WORKER GRADE (1 4 ) (INTAKE& FIELD) REF NO: 70183316 Directorate: Regions R160 275 R365 031 per annum (plus benefits) West Rand Region Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, registration as a Social Worker with the South African Council for Social Services Professions. Appropriate recognizable experience will determine the salary package .Valid code 8 Drivers License. Documentary proof of all qualification and afore mentioned requirements. Conversant with Acts, Policies and Legislation pertaining to Social Welfare Services. Ability to coordinate and collaborate in an inter sectoral environment. Sound communication, interviewing, listening, problem solving, networking, advocacy, time management, conflict resolution, organisational, administrative and report writing skills. Computer literacy will be an added advantage. Efficiency in a variety of official languages will be an added advantage. Responsible for rendering of integrated Social Services to vulnerable persons, groups and communities through all Social Work methods with strong emphasis on development and outcome based programs. Intervention on all levels of service delivery i.e. early intervention, prevention, statutory intervention and continuum care. Perform relevant administrative functions and accountability through effective record keeping. Implementation of the Departments policies on operational level. Organising of own work load according to office objectives. Assessment, counselling and referral services where necessary. Community Mobilisation. Conduct elementary research and analyse trends as it relates to community needs and own sphere of service delivery. Attend to Ministerial Enquiries. Prepare for and attend Panel discussions. Ms. K. Kobeli, Tel No: (011) 950 7700 Applicants registered with Professional Bodies are kindly requested to attach the necessary certification with the applicable council. (First and current registration only).The Department reserves the right to fill this position(s). SOCIAL WORKER GRADE (1 4) (PROBATION & CANALIZATION) REF NO: 70183863 Directorate: Regions R160 275 R365 031 per annum (plus benefits) West Rand Region Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, registration as a Social Worker with the South African Council for Social Services Professions. Appropriate recognizable experience will determine the salary package .Conversant with Acts, Policies and Legislation pertaining to Social Welfare Services. Ability to interpret Policy/Legislative matters and operations within units at community level. Sound communication, negotiation and conflict management and strategic management skills. Leadership qualities and an understanding of the developmental social Welfare paradigm. Ability to coordinate and collaborate in an insectoral environment. Valid code 8 Drivers License. Probation services to youth in conflict with the law and their families. Functions assigned to a probation officer in the Child Justice Act. Development and implementation of crime prevention and development programs. Conduct investigations, compile reports and present criminal courts. Intervention on all levels of service delivery, i.e. prevention, early intervention, statutory intervention and continuum of care. Organizing own workload according to office objectives. Administrative accountability through effective record keeping. Networking and negotiating with stakeholders and clients. Elementary research. Ms. M. Mpete, Tel. No: (011) 950 7700 Applicants registered with Professional Bodies are kindly requested to attach the necessary certification with the applicable council. (First and current registration only).The Department reserves the right to fill this position(s). COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PRACTITIONER GRADE I REF NO: 70183695 Directorate: Regions R 135 429 per annum (plus benefits) Sedibeng Region Relevant 3 year qualification in Development Studies, Community Development or other related studies. Knowledge skills and values to engage in the Social Development of communities. The ability and competence to co - ordinate community

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ANNEXURE S PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: KWAZULU-NATAL DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT The Provincial Administration of KwaZulu-Natal is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer APPLICATIONS : : : : Forward your application, quoting the relevant reference number to: Head: Transport, Human Resource Management Directorate, Private Bag X 9043, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 08 April 2013 Mr B Hornsby Applications must be submitted on the prescribed application form Z83 (which must be originally signed and dated) and must be accompanied by a detailed CV and originally certified copies (not copies of certified copies) of required educational qualifications set out in the advertisement (certificates are required, however, if a certificate is only to be issued at a graduation in the future, the statement of results, together with a letter from the educational institution, indicating the date of the graduation, will be accepted), identity document as well as valid drivers licence (where a drivers licence is a requirement). Failure to comply with these instructions will lead to applications being disqualified. Should an applicant wish to apply for more than one post, separate applications i.e. all the documentation must be submitted for each post applied for. It is the applicants responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). Under no circumstances will faxed or e-mailed applications be accepted. Receipt of applications will not be acknowledged and applicants who have not received an invitation to attend an interview within three (3) months of the closing date should assume that their application was unsuccessful. Please note that where experience is a requirement for the post, the successful candidate will be required to submit documentary proof of such work experience prior to assuming duty. A personnel suitability check (criminal record, citizenship, credit record checks, qualification verification and employment verification) will be conducted prior to employment. It will be expected of candidates to be available for selection interviews on a date, time and place as determined by the Department. The Department of Transport reserves the right not to fill the post(s). OTHER POSTS POST 12/151 SALARY CENTRE REQUIREMENTS : : : : ASSISTANT MANAGER: HELP DESK REF NO: P 08/2013 R236 532 per annum Motor Transport Services, Pietermaritzburg An appropriate recognized Bachelors Degree / National Diploma; plus *A minimum of 3 years supervisory experience; plus *Possession of a valid drivers licence (minimum Code B). Knowledge, Skills, Training and Competencies Required: *Knowledge of Skills Development. *Knowledge of Human Resource Management and Development processes. *Knowledge of Financial Management practices. *Knowledge of Reporting Procedures. *Knowledge of Training Development. *Knowledge of Road Traffic Legislation. *Knowledge of PFMA, NaTIS and TMS. *Knowledge of Delegation of Authority pertaining to the Directorate. *Analytical, writing and negotiation skills. *Computer literacy. *Interpretation of legislation skills. *Management, financial and facilitation skills. *Presentation, organizing and problem solving skills. *Group dynamics and diversity management skills. *The ideal candidate should be trustworthy, honest, loyal, friendly, diplomatic, responsible, accountable and accurate. He / she should also be team / people orientated, courteous, open minded and independent and have skills in conflict management. Approve the process of National Traffic Information System (NaTIS) Data Fixes. *Manage the Directorates Provincial NaTIS Help Desk Section including direct supervision of staff and therefore effective HR Management. *Manage the effective processing of Registration and Licensing transactions at the Provincial Help Desk, on the NaTIS ensuring compliance with Legislative prescripts i.e. the National Road Traffic Acts (Act 93 of 1996), Provincial Road Traffic Act (Act 7 of 1997). *Manage the effective application and performance of transactions by the Help Desk staff on the NaTIS Task Management System (TMS). *Deal with high level telephonic calls and faxes from Registering Authorities, RTI offices, and other customers. Mr R Abramson 033 395 1800

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ANNEXURE T PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: LIMPOPO OFFICE OF THE PREMIER The Provincial Administration of Limpopo is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and is committed to the achievement and maintenance of diversity and equity in the employment especially in terms of representativity. APPLICATIONS : Applications should be addressed to, The Director General, Office of the Premier, Private Bag X9483, POLOKWANE, 0700 OR delivered personally @ 40 Hans Van Rensburg Street, Mowaneng Building, Office No. A013, Registry Office, Ground floor. . Late applications, emails or faxed applications will not be considered. th 30 March 2013 @ 16H30 Applications accompanied by certified copies of educational qualifications, identity document, and a comprehensive curriculum vitae, should be submitted on Z83 forms obtainable from all government departments. Failure to comply with the above requirements will result in the disqualification of the application. Please accept that your application has not been successful if you do not hear from this Office three (3) months after the closing date. The Office of the Premier is an affirmative action employer. Suitable women and the disable remain the target group and are encouraged to apply in line with the Employment Equity Act No.55 of 1998.The Office of the Premier would like to invite suitably qualified candidates who are creative, energetic, self driven and hardworking and have a passion for improving the standard of living of citizens of Limpopo, to apply for positions as they appear below. MANAGEMENT ECHELON POST 12/152 : HEAD OF DEPARTMENT: SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT REF NO: OTP/02/ 13/ 01 Re-advertisement of the post of head of department of social development Inclusive remuneration package R1, 076, 619 per annum, Non-pensionable Head of Department allowance : 10% of the payable inclusive remuneration package, SMS Grade D, Salary level 15 Polokwane (Head Office) Appropriate NQF 6 or equivalent qualification backed by extensive relevant managerial experience. Competencies: Ability to interact at both strategic and operational levels, Extensive knowledge of Public Service Regulatory frameworks and Public Finance Management Act, Supply Chain Management and other relevant prescripts, Extensive Financial management skills, Understanding of change management, Knowledge of management of service delivery innovations, Problem solving skills and analysis, Client and customer orientation, Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, Analytical thinking and research skills, Computer skills. Key Performance Areas: The successful candidate will be the Head of Department and Accounting Officer responsible for:-Rendering support and advice to the MEC on the core mandates of the Department, Providing strategic direction and leadership in line with national, provincial and departmental goals and objectives. Managing the service delivery improvement plan of the department, Managing performance of the department, including submission of annual performance plans and monthly, quarterly and annual performance reports, Implementation and monitoring of the Provincial Growth and Development Strategy & LEGDP. Ensuring that financial and physical resources allocated to the Department are expended cost effectively, Provide strategic Human Resources Management of the Department, Provide and manage the departmental government land and buildings, Ensuring that the eight Gender Principles are effectively and efficiently implemented. The successful candidate will be expected to enter into a performance agreement with the relevant Executive Authority and sign a five year contract of employment upon assumption of duty with the Premier. The successful candidate will also be required to disclose his or her financial interests in accordance with the prescribed regulations. The recommended candidate(s) will be subjected to competency assessment and security clearance procedures. NB: Candidates who previously applied need to reapply as their applications will taken into account Mr. Junior Maboya or Ms. Johannah Maphangula at telephone numbers 015 287 6290 and 015 287 6450 respectively.

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ANNEXURE U PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: WESTERN CAPE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION The WCED promotes and applies the principles of Employment Equity and is committed to effective and efficient service delivery. Persons with disabilities are welcome to apply and an indication in this regard on the application for employment form (Z 83) will be appreciated. Applicants with disabilities, that are shortlisted, are requested to provide information on how the selection process can be adapted to suit their needs for purposes of reasonable accommodation. Kindly indicate disability status to facilitate the process. You are hereby invited to become a member of a dynamic management team where your competencies and personal qualities can empower our schools, communities and fellow employees. APPLICATIONS : Forwarding address for applications: Please forward your application(s) to: Western Cape Education Department, Recruitment and Selection Centre Private Bag X 9183 Cape Town 8000, or hand deliver to the WECD Client Services, Grand Central Towers, Cape Town, 2nd floor and place in the post box marked: Recruitment and Selection Centre. Closing date for applications: Thursday, 28 March 2013 by 16:00. Applications will not be accepted after the closing time and date. It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to ensure that their application(s) reach the WCED by the closing date and time. Applicants must complete an application form (Z 83) duly completed with all the required information as requested on the form. The application form Z 83 must be signed and dated by the applicant to ensure that the application is a legitimate application. The application form Z 83 is obtainable from the website of the WCED at http://www.wced.pgwc.gov.za or from any Public Service Department. The post number and/or name of the post applied for must be indicated on your application form. Applicants must submit a detailed up to date CV with an exposition of their training, experience, competencies and previous employment record as well as the names and telephone numbers of three persons willing to act as referees. Certified copies of original qualifications (degrees, diplomas, certificates etc), valid drivers licence (if applicable) and ID document to be submitted with application forms. Certified copies of their service certificates which indicate the exact dates of previous employment if these exact dates are not mentioned in their CVs should also be submitted. Applicants in possession of a foreign qualification must attach an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to their application forms. Non-RSA citizens/Permanent resident permit holders must submit a copy of his/her Permanent Resident Permit to his/her application. Kindly note that the aforementioned supporting documents will not be returned. Applications without a completed application form (Z 83) and/or the requested documents/information will not be considered. General Information: This vacant post is a Senior Management position: The appointment will be subject to security clearance and the signing of an annual performance agreement. Furthermore, the appointment is subject to personnel suitability checks that include qualifications, previous employment, criminal records and credit verification as well as reference checking, as directed by the Department of Public Service and Administration. Candidates will be subjected to a competency assessment before final decisions are made in respect of the filling of this post. We offer an attractive all-inclusive remuneration package that consists of a basic salary and a flexible portion. Communication: Communication will be limited to those applicants who have been short-listed. Applicants are respectfully informed that, if no notification of appointment is received within 3 months after the closing date, they must accept that their application(s) was/were unsuccessful. Selection Process: It is expected of shortlisted candidates to be available for selection interviews on a date, time and place as determined by the WCED. Candidates will be required to complete a work assignment. The WCED reserves the right not to make an appointment to any advertised posts. Under no circumstances must applications be handed to employees of the WCED or any other person to hand in applications at the Recruitment and Selection Centre Office. Postal applications should also not be marked for the attention of the person who has been identified to deal with the enquiries of applicants. Late applications that are received as a result of ignoring this rule will not be considered. Important note: Unidentified, late, e-mail, and/or fax applications will not be considered. Enquiries: Enquiries must be directed to the persons as indicated in the advertisement. Experience has shown that some applicants wait till the very last moment to submit their applicants, with the expectation that the speed post and/or courier service will ensure that their applications are delivered on time to the WCED. This does not always happen.

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Applicants are therefore urged to make allowance for possible postal delays to ensure that their application(s) reach the WCED on time. In this regard please ensure that the envelope(s) are correctly addressed. The WCED cannot be held responsible for postal delays. Competencies: The following inherent general competency requirements are attached to all SMS posts in respect of knowledge, skills and personal attributes: Knowledge of: Advanced knowledge of public policy analysis and public policy development processes advanced knowledge of strategy development, strategy management and strategy monitoring and review processes advanced knowledge of modern systems of governance and administration advanced knowledge of public finance, human resource advanced knowledge of public communication, public education, public participation and public discourse management processes knowledge of the latest advances in public management theory and practice knowledge of the policies of the government of the day knowledge of global, regional and local political, economic and social affairs impacting on the provincial government of the Western Cape Knowledge of Constitutional, legal and institutional arrangements governing the South African public sector Knowledge of intergovernmental and international relations Knowledge of communication, media management, public relations, public participation and public education. Skills: Strong conceptual and formulation skills a high level in-house advisor strong leadership skills with specific reference to the ability to display thought leadership in complex applications team building and strong interpersonal skills excellent verbal and written communication skills outstanding planning, organising and people management skills Presentation skills at senior management level computer literacy. Personal attributes: A highly developed interpretative and conceptualisation/ formulation ability the ability to render advice and guidance in an objective and dedicated manner the ability to multi-task, deal with ambiguity and manage under rapidly changing and pressurised circumstances the ability to persuade and influence the ability to lead and direct teams of professionals and service providers. General key performance areas at senior management level: The following inherent general key performance areas are applicable to all these posts in respect of strategic - , human resource and financial management: Strategic Management: Participation in the Departments strategic MANAGEMENT ECHELON POST 12/153 : CHIEF DIRECTOR: DISTRICTS REF NO: PS 44 Job purpose: To co-ordinate the delivery of quality education at education institutions across districts. The Chief Director is responsible for the overall management of the 8 Education District Offices and support over 40 0000 teachers and 8000 public servants. The WCED seeks to employ a strategic planner who will be responsible for driving efficient and effective delivery of quality education at education institutions across the eight districts. An all-inclusive salary package: R 872 214 per annum (Salary Level 14), Note: Package can be structured according to the individuals personal needs. Head Office, Cape Town Appropriate B degree or equivalent qualification plus 3 years senior management experience in an education environment. Key performance areas: To define and review on a continual basis the purpose, objectives, priorities and activities across Districts that lead to academic improvement and service delivery to schools; Participation in the Branchs strategic planning process; Active involvement in the development and management of the strategic and business plans across Districts, with special emphasis on District improvements Plans; To evaluate the performance of Districts on a continuing basis against predetermined key measurable objectives and standards; To report to the Deputy Director-General on a regular basis on the activities of the Districts and on matters of substantial importance to the Department; To identify areas of risk in the districts and to plan management actions to mitigate such risks. To monitor and ensure compliance with relevant legislation and prescripts in respect of adequate and appropriate reporting and record keeping of the activities of the Districts and of the resources employed by it, Play a leading role in the integration and co-ordination of the department services to the districts. To co-ordinate and drive the delivery of quality education at education institutions across districts. This includes the following broad areas of service delivery: Education Provisioning, the strategic utilization of information systems, quality assurance, district business planning, resource provisioning including LTSM, equipment and Learner Transport, and render a district level corporate service which satisfies the principles of Good Corporate Governance;

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Facilitate Institutional Management Governance (IMG) advice to District Management, Circuit Team Leaders and IMG managers; Facilitate Specialized Learner and Educator Support (SLES) advice to District Management, Circuit Team Leaders and SLES advisors with the purpose of promoting Inclusive Education; Facilitate Curriculum advice to District Management, Circuit Team Leaders and Curriculum advisors, and promote the delivery of the curriculum at all levels in schools; Ensure the application of Quality Assurance (Integrated Quality Management Systems and related Monitoring & Evaluation systems); Ensure planning, strategy and budgeting processes which support the WCED in the achievement of its goals; Ensure corporate support services at district level; Ensure operational interfaces with Head Office and external agencies; Oversee all education institution rationalisation programmes; Provide communication and interface management services at District level; Manage own internal human capital responsibilities. Assess proposals by outside agencies and make decisions regarding their usefulness. Strategic Management in terms of the Chief Directorate, Human Resource Management in terms of the Chief Directorate, Financial management in terms of the Chief Directorate. Mr J Lyners at (021) 467 2541/42.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH In line with the Employment Equity Plan of the Department of Health it is our intention with this advertisement to achieve equity in the workplace by promoting equal opportunities and fair treatment in employment through the elimination of unfair discrimination. NOTE : It will be expected of candidates to be available for selection interviews on a date, time and place as determined by the Department. Kindly note that excess personnel will receive preference. OTHER POSTS POST 12/154 SALARY : : : : ASSISTANT MANAGER: PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICES R 569 334 per annum (A portion of the package can be structured according to the individuals personal needs). Tygerberg Hospital, Parow Valley Minimum educational qualification: B. Pharm or equivalent recognised qualification accredited with the South African Pharmacy Council (SAPC) that allows registration with SAPC as a Pharmacist. Registration with a professional council: Current registration with the SAPC as a Pharmacist. Experience: A minimum of 3 years appropriate experience after registration as a Pharmacist with the SAPC. Inherent requirements of the job: Experience in dispensing management, clinical pharmacy management and Pharmacy and Therapeutic Committee (PTC) Management. Competencies (knowledge/skills): Knowledge of the Pharmacy Act 53 of 1974 as amended, Medicines and Related Substance Control Act, Act 101 of 1965 as amended, GPP, Public Finance Management Act and supply chain processes. Computer literacy (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Proof of Continuous Professional Development. Good interpersonal, organisational and communication skills. Appropriate management experience in Public Hospital Services. Note: A competency test may be administered as part of evaluation of candidates. Key result areas/outputs: Facilitate a comprehensive dispensing process, including the approval of items that are not on the Provincial Code List. Monitor and facilitate the drug supply management. Assist with the development and implementation of standard operating procedures (SOPs). Monitor and facilitate the training and development of pharmacy staff. Assist with the management functions of supervision and control of resources and equipment as well as human resource management of pharmacy staff. Facilitate and monitor research. Ms N Furumele-Chisoro, tel. no. (021) 938-5225 The Chief Director: Tygerberg/Dental Hospitals, Private Bag X3, Tygerberg, 7505. Ms Z Mtshisazwe 5 April 2013 MEDICAL OFFICER GRADE 1 TO 3 (West Coast District)

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Grade 1: R 520 680 per annum, Grade 2: R 595 347 per annum, Grade 3: R 690 918 per annum (A portion of the package can be structured according to the individuals personal needs). Malmesbury CDC, Swartland Sub District Minimum educational qualification: Appropriate qualification that allows registration with the Health Professional Council of South Africa (HPCSA) as Medical Practitioner. Registration with a professional council: Registration with the HPCSA as a Medical Practitioner. Experience: Grade 1: None after registration as Medical Practitioner with the HPCSA in respect of SA qualified employees. One year relevant experience after registration as Medical Practitioner with a recognised foreign Health Professional Council in respect of foreign qualified employees, of who is not required to perform Community Service as required in South Africa. Grade 2: A minimum of 5 years appropriate experience as Medical Practitioner after registration with the HPCSA as a Medical Practitioner in respect of SA qualified employees. A minimum of 6 years relevant experience after registration as Medical Practitioner with a recognised foreign Health Council in respect of foreign qualified employees, of whom it is not required to perform Community Service as required in South Africa. Grade 3: A minimum of 10 years appropriate experience as a Medical Practitioner after registration with the HPCSA as a Medical Practitioner in respect of SA qualified employees. A minimum of 11 years relevant experience after registration as Medical Practitioner with a recognised foreign Health Professional Council in respect of foreign qualified employees, of whom it is not required to perform Community Service as required in South Africa. Inherent requirements of the job: Commuted Overtime is compulsory for this post. Valid drivers licence (Code B/EB) and willingness to travel within the district. Availability after hours and willing to share in the overtime duties at the hospital. Competencies (knowledge/skills): Possession of the ATLS, ACLS, PALS certificates. Fluency in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape. Independent and effective decision-making. Ability to work under pressure and maintain a high standard of professionalism. Key result areas/outputs: Ensure effective and appropriate health services for all patients at the PHC clinics in the Sub-district, including the evaluation and management of patients. Relevant administration as required for Medical-legal purposes. Provide an outreach and support service to management and staff. Dr AJ Stoffels, (022) 487-9202 The Manager: Medical Services, Swartland Hospital, Private Bag X2, Malmesbury, 7299. Ms BA Josias 5 April 2013 DEPUTY DIRECTOR: FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING (Head Office, Cape Town) R 464 919 per annum (A portion of the package can be structured according to the individuals personal needs.) Directorate: Financial Accounting Minimum educational qualification: Senior Certificate (or equivalent) with Mathematics and/or Accountancy as passed subject and/or Senior Certificate (or equivalent) with extensive experience/competencies that focuses on the Key Performance Areas (KRAs) of the post. Experience: Extensive Financial Accounting experience. Inherent requirement of the job: Valid (Code B/EB) drivers licence. Competencies (knowledge/skills): Public Finance Management Act, National Treasury Regulations, Provincial Treasury Instructions and the departmental delegations and procedures. Advanced computer literacy in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel). Excellent written and verbal communication skills in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape. Strong leadership, managerial, organisational, strategic, operational and contingency planning, independent decision-making, problem-solving, interpersonal and excellent project management skills. Knowledge of asset and liability suspense accounts and extensive knowledge of debt management and book closure procedures. Knowledge of BAS (Basic Accounting System), LOGIS and PERSAL. Extensive knowledge of departmental debt policies. Key result areas/outputs: Control of the departments bank account. Manage the Head Office salary administration functions and manage Head Office payment section. Ensure BAS system operation and user support. Manage Head Office asset and liability suspense accounts. Maintain/develop debt policy. Analyse and manage the debt account, the reporting thereof and compilation of write-off submissions with

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regard of Head Office Debt and specifically bursary debt. Consolidate inputs with regard of the Interim and Annual Financial Statements. Control monthly departmental reporting. Overall Human Resource Management of Sub-directorates staff. Ms R Hurst, tel. no. (021) 483-4292 The Director: Human Resource Management, Department of Health, PO Box 2060, Cape Town, 8000. Ms C Versfeld 5 April 2013 CLINICAL PROGRAMME CO-ORDINATOR GRADE 1 (COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES) (Eden District) R 279 045 per annum (plus a non pensionable rural allowance of 8% of basic salary) Oudtshoorn Sub-district Minimum educational qualification: Basic R425 qualification (i.e. diploma/degree in nursing) or equivalent qualification that allows registration with the South African Nursing Council (SANC) as a Professional Nurse. Registration with the professional council: Registration with the SANC as a Professional Nurse. Experience: A minimum of 7 years appropriate/recognisable experience in nursing after registration as a Professional Nurse with the SANC in General Nursing. Inherent requirement of the job: Valid drivers licence (Code B). Competencies (knowledge/skills): Experience in working with/in the NPO sector. Computer literacy in MS Office to be able to do statistics and reports. Knowledge of the geographical area and the health facilities. Key result areas/outputs: Ensure the implementation of De-hospitalsed Care Service Delivery. Promote healthy lifestyles and wellness amongst community members and co-ordinate all the interventions planned. Provide support to the private service providers and NPOs to strengthen the CBS platform. Monitor and evaluate all NPOdriven programmes or projects and the financial expenditure attached to it. Ms I Reynierse, tel. no. (044) 803-2700 The District Manager: Eden District Office, Private Bag X6592, George, 6530. Ms S Pienaar 5 April 2013 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: MANAGEMENT) (Head Office, Cape Town) SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (CONTRACT

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DEPARTMENT OF THE PREMIER The WCG is guided by the principles of Employment Equity. Disabled candidates are encouraged to apply and an indication in this regard would be appreciated. APPLICATIONS CLOSING DATE NOTE : : : Applications are to be submitted online via www.westerncape.gov.za/jobs 5 April 2013 @ 16h00 Only shortlisted applicants will receive further correspondence. If you have not received a response from the department within three months of the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful. In the event of any negative outcomes during the competency assessment, security clearance and other vetting checks, the Department reserves the right to cancel any contractual obligations entered into with any candidate. Shortlisted candidates will be required to submit certified copies of their documentation for verification purposes and may also be required to undergo competency assessments/proficiency tests as well as interviews on a date and time as determined by the Department. Only applications submitted online will be accepted. OTHER POST POST 12/159 : : HEAD OF DEPARTMENT (DESIGNATE) Transport and Public Works All-inclusive salary package of R 1 406 796 per annum (Level 16). Note: The remuneration package consists of a basic salary (70%) and the employers contribution to the Pension Fund. The remainder of the package may be structured according to your personal needs. Transport and Public Works, Cape Town An appropriate post graduate qualification at NQF 7 level A minimum of 6 years' Senior Management experience in a construction/ infrastructure/ /transport environment A valid unendorsed driver's licence. Competencies: The ability to drive Leading Change Management initiatives and strategic organisational objectives The ability to utilise resources effectively and economically to achieve key deliverables A strong emphasis on the ability to drive infrastructure development and good corporate governance. Providing overall leadership and strategic management Focusing on the construction of new facilities and the upgrading, rehabilitation and maintenance of existing facilities of the Western Cape Province Managing the WCG property portfolio Leading the construction and maintenance of provincial proclaimed roads and the administration of all aspects relating to motor vehicle licensing and registration fees Providing leadership and direction for improved service delivery and increased governance to the Provincial Government Motor Transport Branch Ensure that effective public transport services and infrastructure are adequately managed and provided for the Western Cape Province Directing resources towards processes that foster community-based public works programmes Leading provincial road safety imperatives/campaigns. Andr Joemat, on (021) 483 6708 or Eugene Southgate, on (021) 483 5856

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