TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTRE TRAINING OFFICE: ELECTRICIAN

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

OTHER POSTS: TRADE ASSISTANTS: ASSESSSMENT (X4 POSTS)

POST 39/134 : TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTRE TRAINING OFFICE: ELECTRICIAN REF NO:
2018/028
(College Appointment)
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SALARY : R198 774 – R441 369 per annum plus benefits as applicable in the Public Sector (PL1)
CENTRE : Mandeni Campus
REQUIREMENTS : A relevant recognised artisan qualification. Minimum of 5 Years related industry experience post trade test. A skills test form part of the selection process. Very good
knowledge of subject area and work-related applications. 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 qualification. Advantageous: Assessor/Moderator qualification.
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Relevant teaching/training related experience. A recognised teaching qualification.
National Diploma or equivalent recognised qualification in the relevant field. A valid
driver’s licence.
DUTIES : Teaching and Learning Delivery: Train students in classrooms or workshops providing
theory and practical training through lecturers, discussions, practical demonstrations,
practical simulations and supervision. Prepare lesson (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 advice 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 programmes quality systems and processes including assessment,
moderation and performance records. Students Assessments 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. Compete all related
assessment and moderation administrative records or reports. Participate in
occupational programmes related assessment and moderation committees. Maintain all
assessment records of student progress and performance. 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 budget. Perform regular Health and Safety
inspections according to college policies and procedures of the training facilities and
equipment. Prepare and monitor the availability training manuals and consumable item
for assigned training programmes and manage the distribution thereof. Participate in the
college performance appraisal programme. Subject Development and Marketing of
Programmes: Maintain up-to-date knowledge of industry trends in subject area.
Participate in occupational courses and contribute 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. Student Guidance and Support: To provide advice on
occupational related career and qualification options and typical working scenarios. To
support apprentice/learners on an individual basis through academic or personal
difficulties and liaise with other professionals within the Student Support function as
needed. To mentor apprentices/learners during their training programme. To manage
apprentices/learners behaviour in the training venue or other campus premises,
applying appropriate measures in cases of misbehaviour or learning disruption.
ENQUIRIES : Ms ST Makhoba Tel No: (035) 902 9557
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
NOTE : Applications must be submitted on form Z83 (available at www.umfolozicollege.co.za,
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). Non-RSA 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,
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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.
CLOSING DATE : 18 October 2018 at 16:00

 

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