DRDLR is anequalopportunity and affirmative action employer. It is our intention to promote representivity
in DRDLR through the filling Of posts. We reserve the right not to fill a position

 

APPLICATIONS

Please ensure that you submit your application before the closing date as no late
applications will be considered. It would be appreciated if you can only attach
course certificates applicable to the post requirements. Failure to submit the
requested documents may result in your application not being considered. If you
apply for more than one post, submit separate applications for each post that you
apply for. Correspondents will be entered into with short-listed candidates within
three months after the closing date of the post. If by then you have not been
contacted for an interview you were not successful in your application

SALARY : R733 257 per annum

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT REF NO: 3/2/1/2019/222
Directorate: Social Organisational and Youth Development

CENTRE : Gauteng (Pretoria)

REQUIREMENTS

National Diploma in Public Administration//Human Resources
Management/Human Resource Development/Education. 3 years’ management
experience in training and development/human resource development. Job related
knowledge: Constitution, Food Governance and Batho Pele Principles, Basic
Conditions of Employment Act, Labour Relations Act, Employment Equity Act,
National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS) III, Skills Development Act, South
African Qualifications Act, National Development Plan (NDP), New Growth Path
(NGP), Industrial Policy Action Plan (IPAP) II, National Skills Development Accord.
Job related skills: Strategic planning, Problem solving, Communication and
interpersonal relations, Project Management, Conflict resolution, Leadership,
People Management, Results oriented, Corporate governance, Presentation and
facilitation, Computer literacy, Financial Management, Monitoring and Evaluation.
A valid driver’s licence.

DUTIES

Develop, update and maintain a Provincial Skills Development Plan for the National
Rural Youth Service Corps (NARYSEC) Programme. Research and identify scarce
skills based on the economic priorities for the Districts and Province annually.
Identify appropriate learning programmes, linked to the identified scarce skills
annually. Plan and conduct career and vocational guidance sessions for
participants who have been recruited into the NARYSEC programme. Compile and
submit the Provincial Skills Development Plan. Manage the implementation of the
Provincial Skills Development Plan. Identify and engage accredited training
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providers to deliver the identified learning programmes. Ensure the involvement of
the relevant Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) in the delivery of the
identified learning programmes. Identify host employers (if required) that can be
used for workplace training and assist them to obtain site approval from the relevant
SETAs. Prepare training approval documentation for Provincial and National
projects approval committees. Ensure that approval learning programmes are
implemented, as stipulated in the implementation plans. Manage and maintain
Provincial skills development stakeholder partnerships. Identify and engage
strategic partners for the implementation of the skills development needs within the
Province. Conduct monthly meetings with training providers, host employers and
SETAs with regard to the skills development being implemented. Conduct monthly
meetings with District Coordinators with a view to ensure the successful
implementation of skills development in the Province. Monitor and quality assure
the implementation of the Provincial Skills Development Plan. Conduct monitoring
visits on a monthly basis at training providers and workplaces, completing the skills
development monitoring tools, developed for this purpose. Compile and submit
monthly skills development reports, as well as quarterly National Skills Fund (NSF)
report. Discuss skills development challenges with the management of training
providers, workplaces and NARYSEC, and ensure that remedial action is taken to
address the challenges. Ensure that training providers submit their tranche
payments as expected and verify correctness of claims and supporting documents.
Engage SETAs with regard to the uploading of learners onto the SETA
Management System, site approvals, quality assurance of the training being
delivered and issuing of certificates. Manage and maintain participant information
related to skills development. Compile skills development spread-sheets, reflecting
the information of all learners engaged in skills development activities. Update and
maintain the status of the skills development information on a monthly basis. Report
on status of participant information in the monthly skills development report.
Coordinate exit opportunities through further studies. Facilitation and coordination
of awareness campaign on entrepreneurship skills and other existing opportunities.
Link youth to identified internal and external existing opportunities. Report on youth
support through further study opportunities.

ENQUIRIES

: Mr W Mambana Tel No: (012) 337 3655

APPLICATIONS :

Applications can be submitted by post Private Bag X09, Hatfield, 0028 or hand it
delivered to: Sancardia Building, 6th floor, Cnr Steve Biko and Stanza Bopape
Street, Arcadia, 0007.
NOTE : Coloured, Indian and White males and Coloured, Indian and White females and
Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

 

CLOSING DATE : 14 June 2019 at 16:00

NOTE

DRDLR requests applicants to apply manually by submitting applications on form
Z83 obtainable from any Public Service department that should be accompanied
by comprehensive CVs (previous experience must be expansively detailed) and
certified (certification must not be older than 12 months) copies of qualifications,
service certificates (in case of an OSD post), identification document and
permanent residency/work permit. Reasonable accommodation shall apply for
People with Disabilities (including where a driver’s licence is a requirement in a
non-Occupational Specific Dispensation (OSD) post). All applicants must be SA
Citizens/Permanent Residents or Non-SA Citizens with a valid work permit.
Applicants will be expected to be available for selection interviews and/or
competency assessments at a time, date and place as determined by DRDLR. The
Department reserves the right to conduct pre-employment security screening and
the appointment is subject to a positive security clearance outcome. Applicants
must declare any/pending criminal, disciplinary or any other allegations or
investigations against them. Should this be uncovered during/ after the interview
took place, note that the application will not be considered and in the unlikely event
that the person has been appointed such appointment will be terminated.

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