DEPARTMENT OF OFFICE OF THE PREMIER
APPLICATIONS : Can be forwarded to the attention of the Director: Internal HR Management
through on the following options: Post to: The Director: Internal Human
Resource Management, Department of Office of the Premier, The Director:
Internal Human Resource Management, 30 Rahima Moosa Street, Newtown,
Johannesburg or posted to Private Bag X61 Marshalltown 2107 or Email
Recruitment.Premier@gauteng.gov.za or online on
CLOSING DATE : 23 February 2018
NOTE : Applications must be submitted on the Z83 Form accompanied by copies of
qualification(s), identity document (certified in the past 12 months), proof of
citizenship if not RSA citizen, a comprehensive CV, indicating three reference
persons: Name and Contact Numbers, A relationship with reference,
Reference checks will be done on nominated candidate(s). Note: Failure to
submit these copies will result in the application not being considered. Please
do not send any original certificates, diplomas or testimonials. Applicants must
note that further checks will be conducted once they are short-listed and that
their appointment is subject to the outcome of these checks include security
clearance, security vetting, qualification verification and criminal checking (It is
the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the
South African Qualifications Authority-SAQA). Note that correspondence will
only be conducted with the short-listed candidates. If you have not been
contacted by the Gauteng Office of the Premier within three (3) months of the
closing date of the advertisement, please accept that your application was
unsuccessful. We thank all applicants for their interest. All shortlisted
candidates for SMS posts will be subjected to a technical exercise that intends
to test relevant technical elements of the job, the logistics of which will be
communicated by department. Following the interview and the technical
exercise, the selection panel will recommend candidates to attend a generic
managerial competency assessment (in compliance with the DPSA Directive
on the implementation of competency based assessments). The competency
assessment will be testing generic managerial competencies using the
mandated DPSA SMS Competency assessments tools.
OTHER POST: FIELD RANGER (22 POSTS)
POST 06/119 : ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER: PERFORMANCE MONITORING AND
EVALUATION X2 (CONTRACT UNTIL 31 MARCH 2019) REF NO: 002308
Chief Directorate: Performance Monitoring and Evaluation
(This is Re – advertisement, those applied previously must re-apply)
SALARY : R226-611 – R 266 943 per annum
CENTRE : Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate Bachelor’s Degree/National Diploma or equivalent qualification
Plus 6 months to 2 years’ experience in the performance monitoring and
evaluation field. Knowledge of administrative field. Good understanding of
government decision-making, planning, policies and priorities. Knowledge of
financial, provisioning and procurement prescripts and procedures.
Knowledge of document management, tracking and retrieving of information.
Competencies needed: Planning and organising skills. Office administration
skills. Communication (verbal and written) skills. Problem-solving skills.
Computer literacy. Attributes: Good interpersonal relations. Compliant.
Systematic. Ability to work under pressure. Ability to work in a team and
independently. Adaptive. Confidentiality. Accuracy. Disciplined. Assertive.
Honesty and integrity. Friendly and trustworthy.
DUTIES : Assist with the coordination of quarterly performance review in key outcome
areas including GEYODI targets. Facilitate data verification and validation.
Undertake data analysis and strategic analysis and develop strategic
performance reviews. Participate in monitoring and evaluation activities,
including Service Delivery Monitoring. Assist with the management of
evaluations and policy research. Support policy analysis to facilitate
appropriate theories of change, setting of indicators and targets and alignment
with policy priorities. Contribute to the design and maintenance of appropriate
information management systems. Assist with logistical arrangements for
travelling, meetings, workshops and other stakeholder engagements. Prepare
and ensure distribution of meeting and workshop documents timeously. Assist
with taking minutes in evaluation steering committee meetings, tracking and
managing progress on evaluations undertaken. Assist with the capturing of
data, collect and disseminate relevant project information and reports. Render
secretariat services i.e. create, update and maintain project repository.
ENQUIRIES : Mr Tshepo Rasego, Tel: (011) 298 5696/5661
NOTES : This post was advertised on circular no. 4 with incorrect requirements and
duties. Please see the correct and re-apply if necessary.
CLOSING DATE : 23 February 2018