DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY
APPLICATIONS : Applications can be submitted: By post to the Registry Office, The Department of
Trade and Industry, Private Bag X84, Pretoria, 0001; Hand-delivered to the dti
Campus, corner of Meintjies and Robert Sobukwe Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria; or
go to: http://www.thedti.gov.za and click on the “Careers” link to submit online
CLOSING DATE : 03 August 2018
NOTE : Applications must be submitted with a completed and signed form Z83, obtainable
from any Public Service Department or on the internet at www.gov.za/documents
or http://www.thedti.gov.za/careers. Shortlisted candidates will be subjected to a
technical exercise and the selection panel for MMS and SMS positions will further
recommend candidates to attend a generic managerial competency-based
assessment. Background verification and security vetting will form part of the
selection process and successful candidates will be subjected to security vetting.
The dti is committed to the pursuit of diversity and redress. It is the applicant’s
responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African
Qualifications Authority (SAQA). Applications received after the closing date will
not be considered. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed 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. The dti
reserves the right not to fill any advertised position(s).
OTHER POSTS: OFFICE ASSISTANT
POST 29/42 : NON-PROLIFERATION OFFICER REF NO: ITED/TECH SERV 005
Overview: To provide technical and administrative support with regard to South
Africa’s implementation of the International non – proliferation obligations.
SALARY : Commencing salary of R299 709 per annum, excluding benefits, Level 08
CENTRE : Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : Mandatory requirements: A three-year National Diploma / B Degree in Science /
Chemistry and or Biological Sciences / Biochemistry. 0 – 1 year relevant
experience in a science environment. Key requirements: Experience in evaluating
permit applications. Experience in coordinating meetings and providing secretariat
support. Experience in conducting research and analysis. Communication Skills
(Verbal and written), Client Orientation, Planning and Organising and Problem
Solving Skills. Proficient in (MS Office packages). Knowledge and understanding
of Public Service Regulation, PFMA, Public Service Act and Non-Proliferation Act.
Valid EB Driver’s Licence.
DUTIES : Evaluate permit applications and applications for registration submitted by
industry: Consolidate Issue Evaluate permit applications for the import and export
of controlled goods according to the company’s request. on Request Permit
System. Provide support in the implementation of the Registration Regulation.
Preparation of declarations: Provide support in the preparation of declarations as
required in terms of the CWC and BTWC. Liaise with the industry and other
relevant stakeholders on the requirements of the CWC and BTWC declarations.
Conduct local industry analysis to identify chemicals and biological facilities that
have activities with regards to controlled goods. Preparation and maintenance of
a database of declarable activities. Conduct all relevant activities as stipulated in
the legislation with respect to declarations. Council support: Provide support in
coordinating logistics for the council meetings. Handle correspondence of the
OPCW and Embassy. Provide research support to the unit such as retrieval of
relevant documentation for preparation of reports to the Council and information
documents for the industry. Coordinate meetings of the CWWC and BWWC and
provide secretarial support. Logistical arrangement for OPCW courses and
inspections: Provide support in convening courses. Participation in inspections and
provide logistical support. Co-ordinate administrative functions of the unit: Provide
secretariat support to the unit and the Council such as compiling monthly reports,
project reports and submissions. Provide and oversee administration management
support to the unit, which includes tracking of highly confidential documentation,
monitoring of tasks and milestones for the Council and related activities. Develop
and implement a quality management system for the unit. Participation in
international meetings related to the CWC and BTWC and technical evaluation of
working papers and other documentation: Participate in international conferences,
working groups and other meetings related to the CWC and BTWC. Review and
evaluate technical documentation related to the CWC and BTWC as received
through the international organisations and provide technical evaluation and
interpretation, where necessary.
ENQUIRIES : Should you have enquiries or experience any problem submitting your application
contact the Recruitment Office on 012 394 1809/1835.
NOTE : In terms of the dti’s EE requirements, preference will be given to Coloured, Indian,
White candidates and African male candidates.