LABOUR RELATIONS PRACTITIONER: HEAD OFFICE

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT
The Department of Transport 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 to.
APPLICATIONS : Should be directed to The Department of Transport, Office No. A48, 32 Flemming
Street, Stellenbosch Park, Schornville, King William’s Town Post to: The Senior
Manager – HRM, Department of Transport, Private Bag X 0023, Bhisho 5605.
Enquiries: Mr. Ngcobo 043 604 7455 Ext 7458.
Amatole District: Private Bag X9009, East London, 5200
Sarah Baartman: Private Bag X6010, Port Elizabeth, 6000
Chris Hani: Private Bag X7185, Queenstown, 5320
Joe Gqabi: Private bag X1001, Aliwal North, 9750
O.R Tambo District: Private Bag X5036, Umtata, 5099
Alfred Nzo: Private Bag X3561, Kokstad, 4700
GFMS Trading Entity: East London: Hand Delivery: Office No 9 at 9 Cotton Road,
Westbank, East London, Post to: The Head of Entity, Department of Transport,
Private Bag X 0001, Westbank, East London, 5218. Enquiries: Mrs. P. Mbewu 043
731 1249.
FOR ATTENTION : Mr M.A.F Tokota
CLOSING DATE : 18 May 2018
NOTE : Applications must be submitted on a Z83 Form, obtainable from any Public Service
department or on the internet at
http://www.info.gov.za/documents/forms/employ.pdf which must be signed (an
unsigned Z83 form will disqualify an application) and should be accompanied by a
recently updated, comprehensive CV as well as 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. 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). Persons with disability and women are encouraged to apply. For SMS
posts, preference will be given to women according to the departmental
Employment Equity Plan. For SMS posts all shortlisted candidates will be
subjected to a technical exercise that intends to test relevant technical elements
of the job. 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 assessment. The department of Transport
welcomes applications from all racial groups. However in making appointments
preference for these posts may be given to the designated groups in pursuit of
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departmental EE targets. It is the responsibility of the applicants to ensure that
applications are directed to the correct centre as specified in the advert.

OTHER POST: EMPLOYEE RELATIONS OFFICER

POST 18/150 : LABOUR RELATIONS PRACTITIONER: HEAD OFFICE REF NO: DOT
19/05/2018
SALARY : R226 611 per annum (Level 07)
CENTRE : Head Office (KWT)
REQUIREMENTS : A B degree in Labour Relations Management / Human Resource Management. 1
year relevant experience in labour relations. Competencies: Disciplinary
procedure. Grievance procedure. Labour relations Act. Public Service Code of
Conduct. Public Service Act 1994 as Amended. Public Service Regulations of
2001. Planning and organising. Report writing.
DUTIES : Administer handling of misconducts and grievances. Receive complaints before
they become grievances. Investigate complaints and mediate between the two
parties. Receive and record grievances. Provide administrative support to the
grievance procedure. Prepare witnesses and documents for provision of evidence
in arbitration. Administer handling of disciplinary cases: Arrange sittings for
disciplinary cases. Provide secretariat services on disciplinary cases.
Communicate disciplinary sanctions to all affected parties. Monitor implementation
of disciplinary cases. Facilitate the sittings of Appeals Committee established by
MEC. Provide administrative support in the promotion of sound labour relations:
Organise training sessions for departmental staff on disciplinary procedure.
Organise awareness sessions on new policies and PSCBC resolutions. Provide
secretariat services to labour management forum meetings. Manage the allocated
resources and supervisees. Maintain high standards by ensuring that the
supervisees produce excellent work in terms of quality / quantity and timeliness.
Resolve problems of motivation and control with limited guidance from supervisor.
Delegate functions to supervisees based on individual potential and provide the
necessary guidance and support. Ensure timeously development of job description
and implementation of Work Plans and Personal Development Plans (PDP’s) for
supervisees. Manage daily employee performance and ensure timely Performance
Assessments of all supervisees. Ensure management, maintenance and
safekeeping of allocated assets.
ENQUIRIES : can be directed to Mr M.L Ngcobo Tel No: 043 604 7455

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