REF NO: 100521/05
Branch: NWRI: Project Support
SALARY : R376 596 per annum (Level 9)
CENTRE : Pretoria Head Office
REQUIREMENTS : A National Diploma or Degree in Administration or relevant qualification. Three (3) to five (5) three years relevant experience in administration with two (2) years’ experience in supervisory role. Knowledge of development of business plans and reporting requirements. Knowledge and experience in financial management and budgeting. A valid driver’s licence (Attach a copy). High-level proficiency in relevant computer applications (packages such as Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, MS Word, and Internet). Ability to work under pressure and deadline oriented. Ability to plan, organise and co-ordinate the allocated activities. Experience in a project management environment would be beneficial. Skills and Competencies: Interpersonal, communication, report writing and presentation skills. Analytical thinking. Honesty and Integrity. Innovative and creative. Problem solving, Report writing and decision making skills.
DUTIES : Managing administrative and co-ordination support to the component. Assist with planning and implementation in respect of business plan of the directorate. Assist with the Strategic planning for the component. Ensuring accurate administration of information data. Respond to general enquiries regarding administration. Ensuring monthly reports available for managers. Expert advice on administration information implementation to managers. Overseeing the utilization of board rooms, equipment’s and liaising with relevant stakeholders. Provide office reception services for the Directorate. Manage cleaning and all telephone administration matters. Supervise staff and oversee the work of subordinates. Handle disciplinary matters as well as ensure training and development of subordinates. Manage the all administrative agreements/leases and contract management of accommodation requests under the Trading Account. Handle general administrative support including the arrangement of secretarial services for the Directorate meetings for the effective and efficient functioning of the office. Draft routine correspondence and reports. Arrange workshops/ conferences. Process/check correctness of travel claims. Form part in the budgeting process of the Sub-Directorate.
ENQUIRIES : Ms P Moodley, Tel No: (012) 336 6929 / 7247
APPLICATIONS : Head Office (Pretoria): Please email your applications quoting the relevant reference number to email@example.com
SENIOR SAFETY OFFICER (HEALTH AND SAFETY OFFICER)
REF NO: 100521/06
Branch: NWRI Northern Operations
SALARY : R316 791 per annum (Level 8)
CENTRE : Hartbeespoort Area Office
REQUIREMENTS : A National Diploma or Degree in Occupational Safety Management or relevant qualification. Three (3) five (5) years relevant experience. Knowledge of strategic and operational plan in Occupational Health and Safety Management. Policy implementation. Monitoring and evaluation principles. Knowledge of research procedures and techniques. Disciplinary knowledge in Occupational Health and Safety. Disciplinary knowledge in Public administration. Knowledge of design principles, techniques and tools. Knowledge of the writing process reviewing and proof-reading. Understanding of Government legislation. A valid drivers licence (Attached a copy). Knowledge of OHS Act and Regulations (Act 85 of 1993). Knowledge of the risk management theory and practical auditor’s assessment. Computer literacy skills. Good written and verbal communication skills.
DUTIES : To manage and co-ordinate implementation of the OHS Act. To develop SHE management systems. Interpret and coordinate recommendations from internal and external auditors report. Manage implementation of the Hazard Identification Risk assessment. Investigate all fatalities and report to the Department of Labour and the person appointed in terms of section 16.2 (Chief Director /Director). Compile Occupational Health and Safety budget. Conduct regular site inspection. Develop monthly and quarterly reports on fatalities, serious injuries and all related issues described on the incident reporting matrix. Assist with implementation of the OHSA system. Manage Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act (COIDA). Promote safety awareness in working environment. Ensure adequate support to team members. Ensure a culture of innovation and performance. Develop and implement a performance improvement suggestion scheme. Advise top management, as well as relevant sector bodies, on policies and strategies relevant to the section. Communicate effectively with stakeholders in the sector about the function of the section. Develop strategic plan for the section. Ensure that occupational health and safety rules are observed in a working environment. Distribution of emergency procedures and fire safety programs. Manage Human Resources within the section. Promote awareness safety programs. Liaise with fire Department regarding emergency procedures. Conduct safety inspections. Assist with the promotion of health and safety programs. Assist in the Basic Occupational Health and Safety policy implementation. Assist with the development of appropriate maintenance procedures through Best Practices. Assist in the organization and facilitation of workshops to create awareness on policies and guidelines.
ENQUIRIES : Mr JJ Pretorius, Tel No: (087)943 3719
APPLICATIONS : Hartbeespoort Area Office: Please email your application quoting the relevant reference number to HBPrecruitment@dws.gov.za
FOR ATTENTION : Mr S Murunzi