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: and click on the “Careers” link to submit online
CLOSING DATE : 17 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
or 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).


Overview: To enforce compliance to National Liquor Act.
SALARY : Commencing salary of R444 693 per annum, excluding benefits Level 10
CENTRE : Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : Mandatory requirements A three – year National Diploma / B degree in Law or
related degree. 3-5 years’ relevant experience in a compliance / enforcement
environment. Key requirements: Experience in conducting inspections and
investigations. Experience in providing inputs in developing and reviewing of
policies. Experience in stakeholder management and project management.
Experience in research and report writing. Presentation skills, communication skills
(verbal and written), planning and organising skills. Business performance
management and corporate governance. Knowledge and understanding of Public
Finance Management Act, Tax Act, Treasury Regulations, Public Service Act,
National Liquor Act, Criminal Procedure Act and Public Service Regulations.
DUTIES : Enforce and monitor compliance on National Liquor Act: Conduct all inspections
as contemplated in the Liquor Act. Conduct raid operations as and when required.
Compile weekly, monthly and quarterly reports. Conduct regular inspections to
ensure compliance with registration conditions. Conduct targeted inspections to
ensure compliance with National Liquor Act. Compile monthly and quarterly reports
on non-compliance notices issued. Issue compliance notices to non-complying
registrants. Co-ordinate partnership and networking within the dti and other
government departments and institutions: Provide technical support to the unit in
preparing of briefing documents and responding to ad-hoc queries. Initiate and
maintain the working relations between key stakeholders. Create database,
monitor and review stakeholder’s feedback and reaction. Provide effective
communication regarding outputs and activities of the external stakeholders and
industry initiatives. Coordinate administrative functions of the unit: Handle all
enquiries and requests regarding Legal Enforcement and Compliance. Contribute
in the review of business process procedures and systems. Provide inputs on
divisional budget and business plans. Compile progress reports on a monthly basis
on the projects as per request. Provide inputs into the strategic direction of the unit.
Participate in the implementation of the agreed project and programmes.
Participate in the developing and reviewing of the National Liquor policies and
strategy: Provide technical inputs into developing, reviewing and implementing
Liquor enforcement policies and strategies. Provide technical inputs in the
implementation of policies and strategies. Coordinate and participate in the
workshops which identify the value of chain and action plans for the Liquor sector.
Assess effectiveness of existing policies and procedures and recommend
improvements of managerial policies, practices, methods and procedures.
Monitors changes in regulations and technology that may affect operations,
implementation of the National Liquor policies.
ENQUIRIES : Should you have enquiries or experience any problem submitting your application
contact the Recruitment Office on Tel No: 012 394 1809/1835.
NOTE : In terms of the dti’s EE requirements, preference will be given to Coloured, Indian
and White candidates.

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