APPLICATIONS : uMfolozi TVET College, HRM&D Unit, Private Bag X5023, Richards Bay 3900
or alternatively, applications can be hand-delivered to the Central Office,
Naboomnek, Arboretum, Richards Bay 3900
CLOSING DATE : 20 April 2018 at 13:00
NOTE : Applications must be submitted on form Z83 (available at, from schools, colleges and government
departments) and must be completed in full and page 2 duly signed. Clear
indication of the post and reference number that is being applied for must be
indicated on your Z83 and covering letter. A recent, comprehensive
Curriculum Vitae. Certified copies of all original qualifications (Matric
Certificate must also be attached) and academic records, your ID Document
and valid driver’s licence (certification must be within the last 3 months). NonRSA
Citizens/Permanent Resident Permit Holders must attach a copy of their
Permanent Residence Permits to their application. Should you be in
possession of a foreign qualification, it must be accompanied by an evaluation
certificate from the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). A separate
application must be submitted for each post that you are applying for. Late
(received after closing date and time), incomplete, emailed and faxed
applications will not be considered. The employer is an equal opportunity
affirmative, action employer. The employment decision shall be informed by
the Employment Equity Plan of the Department. It is the Department’s intention
to promote equity (race, gender and disability) in the Department through the
filling of this post(s) with a candidate whose appointment will promote
representatively in line with the numerical targets as contained in our
Employment Equity Plan. The Employer reserves the right not to make an
appointment. Where applicable, candidates will be subjected to a skills test.
Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates. All short-listed
candidates will be subjected to a qualifications and citizen verification; criminal
record and financial/asset record checks. Applicants who have not been
invited for an interview within 60 days of the closing date should consider their
application unsuccessful.
ERRATUM: Kindly note that the following posts: Campus Manager, Ref No:
2018/001; Curriculum Specialists: NC (V) Business Studies Ref No: 2018/002,
Report 191 Business Studies, Ref No: 2018/003, NC (V) Engineering Studies,
Ref No: 2018/004 and Report 191 Engineering Studies, Ref No: 2018/005
advertised in circular 05 dated 02 February 2018 with the closing date of 23
February 2018 have been withdrawn. The mentioned posts will be readvertised
by the Department of Higher Education and Training.


SALARY : R185 796 – R414 432 per annum (PL1) plus benefits as applicable in the
Public Sector
CENTRE : Esikhawini Campus
REQUIREMENTS : A relevant recognised artisan qualification. Minimum of 5 years’ trade related
industry experience post trade test. A skills test forms part of the selection
process. Very good knowledge of subject area and work-related applications.
Good planning and organising skills. Good record keeping and administrative
skills. Good verbal and written communication skills. Good problem solving
and supervisory skills. Sound people skills. Computer proficiency in MS Office
Suite. Ongoing interest and upskilling in new developments and innovations.
Knowledge of QTCA related programmes and processes of artisan
qualifications. Advantageous: Assessor/Moderator qualifications; Relevant
teaching/training-related experience; A recognised teaching qualification;
National N Diploma or equivalent recognised qualification in the relevant field;
Valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES : KRA: Teaching and Learning Delivery: Train students in classrooms or
workshops providing theory and practical training through lectures,
discussions, practical demonstrations, practical simulations and supervision.
Prepare lessons (lesson plans) and produce materials such as typed notes,
diagrams, patterns and any consumables for use in teaching. Maintain student
attendance registers and produce student progress reports. Monitor the
provision of resources to engineering stores, libraries and/or access to IT
facilities appropriate to the subject requirements and advise on these
requirements. Monitor and report on student engagement and responsiveness
to teaching activities. Monitor and prepare relevant training materials and
consumables for each course. Comply with new decisions and planning
processes of occupational programmes; Comply with programme quality
systems and processes including assessment, moderation and performance
records. KRA: Student Assessment and Evaluation: Assess students by
setting and marking assessment tasks and assignments, and evaluating
completed projects. Perform pre-and post-assessment moderations of
assessments/assessment tools. Ensure that work is set and assessed
consistently, in line with different teaching principles and College Assessment
policy. Complete all related assessment and moderation administrative
records or reports. Participate in occupational programme related assessment
and moderation committees. Maintain all assessment records of student
progress and performance. KRA: Teaching administration: Maintain registers
of all textbook/tool allocations and check returned textbooks/tools (ensuring
charges for loss or damage). Submit annual and programme estimates of
material needs (including consumables). Report or facilitate the maintenance
of equipment and/or workshops. Comply with all registration, assessment and
other data entry requirements. Participate in regular study unit meetings,
informing colleagues of all matters pertaining to student performance. Provide
input towards the compilation of Technical Training Centre annual budgets.
Perform regular Health and Safety inspections according to college policies
and procedures of the training facilities and equipment. Prepare and monitor
the availability of training manuals and consumable items for assigned training
programmes and manage the distribution thereof. Participate in the college
performance appraisal programme. KRA: Subject development and marketing
of programmes. Maintain up-to-date knowledge of industry trends in subject
area. Participate in occupational courses and contribute subject specific
teaching enhancements. Maintain and/or revise instructional material and
assessment tools based on current industry trends. Represent the
occupational programme area at “open days” and other promotional events.
Provide guidance and work related insights to students, parents and the
general community. KRA: Student guidance and support: Provide advice on
occupational related career and qualification options and typical working
scenarios. Support students on an individual basis through academic or
personal difficulties and liaise with other professionals within the Student
Support function as needed. Mentor students during their training programme.
Manage student behaviour in the training venue or other campus premises,
applying appropriate measures in cases of misbehaviour or learning
ENQUIRIES : Ms NNF Mdladla at (035) 902 9532

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