Department of Education in the Eastern Cape is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. Females
and disabled persons are encouraged to apply. Employment Equity targets of the Department will be adhered
APPLICATIONS : Should be directed to Eastern Cape Department of Education, Private Bag X 0032,
Bisho 5605; or Hand deliveries at the Department of Education, Human Resource
Administration, Floor 4, Steve Vukile Tshwete Complex, Zone 6, Zwelitsha. and
enquiries can be directed to Mrs. NT Sipahlanga (040-6084064) / Mr. TK. Dimbaza
FOR ATTENTION : Mrs. NT Sipahlanga
CLOSING DATE : 29 March 2018
NOTE : Applications must be submitted on a Z83 Form, obtainable from any Public Service
department or on the internet at Z83 which must be fully
completed and signed (an unsigned Z83 form will disqualify an application) and
should be accompanied by a recently updated, comprehensive CV as well as
originally SAPS certified copies of all qualification(s) [Matric certificate must also
be attached] and ID-document and Driver’s license [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. All SMS appointments are subject to a competency
assessment. 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). NB: It is the departments objective to achieve equitable
representation across race and gender.


SALARY : R107 886 per annum (Level 03)
CENTRE : Various school hostels in province:
OR Tambo Inland District (Dalindyebo School) REF NO: DOE 45/03/2018 (1 Post)
Amathole West District (Fort Beaufort Primary School) REF NO: DOE 46/03/2018
(1 Post)
Nelson Mandela Metro District (St Colmicile School) REF NO: DOE 47/03/2018 (1
Alfred Nzo District (Mvenyane School) REF NO: DOE 48/03/2018 (1 Post)
OR Tambo Inland District (Jongilizwe School) REF NO: DOE 49/03/2018 (1 Post)
OR Tambo Inland District (Ngangelizwe School) REF NO: DOE 50/03/2018 (1 Post)
Amathole East District (Blythswood School) REF NO: DOE 51/03/2018 (1 Post)
Sarah Baartman District (Willowmore Sss School) REF NO: DOE 52/03/2018 (2
Sarah Baartman District (Aberdeen School) REF NO: DOE 53/03/2018 (2 Posts
Sarah Baartman District (Pearston School) REF NO: DOE 54/03/2018 (1 Post)
Sarah Baartman District (Aeroville School) REF NO: DOE 55/03/2018 (1 Post)
Sarah Baartman District (Willowmore Primary School) REF NO: DOE 56/03/2018
(1 Post)
REQUIREMENTS : A minimum of Grade 10 / Std 8. Acknowledge the unique needs of learners. Treat
each learner as an individual and respect their differences. Able to create an
accommodative environment to meet the needs of learners. Avoiding use of
language that is biased. An understanding of Public Service principles. Good
communication skills, be friendly and have good customer care. Ability to work as
part of the team. Promote welfare of learners and motivate learners to build selfesteem.
Acceptance of responsibility and be able to identify learner needs and
strengths. Create opportunities for learners to participate in activities. Have the
ability to do the right thing all the time. Choose to make a difference. An
understanding of Batho Pele Principles
DUTIES : Has a responsibility to take care of learners after school and at night. Assist and
train learners with dressing, feeding, bath, toilet training, grooming and dressing
up. Maintain safety in the hostel in terms of drugs, sexual abuse, physical abuse
and general safety and cleanliness. Apply basic communication skills in interacting
with the children. Sort out and supply clean linen, clothes and repair clothing of
learners. Observe children all time and take care of them when sick. Accepting all
learners, irrespective of their physical appearance, abilities, functioning levels, age,
race, gender and language etc. Has a responsibility to take care of learners during
day, after school and at night. Have patience and willingness to support learners
unconditionally. Promote welfare and uphold the rights of learners. Assist learners
with mobility and orientation in school with hostels. Make sure that the learners are
on time for school, in proper clean and ironed uniform. Marking of all children’s
clothes, shelve packing, keep record of all linen, equipment and supervision over
laundry. Any pressure sores or illness must be reported immediately. Responsible
for stock taking. Responsible for stock taking, supply, sort out clean linen and
clothes to learners. Escort /accompany sick learners to hospital / clinic and town.
Drawing up of working schedules and making of relief arments. Good
communication skills and Good Customer Care. Control and keep record and
registers up to date.
ENQUIRIES : Enquiries can be directed to Mrs. NT Sipahlanga (040-6084064) / Mr. TK. Dimbaza

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