DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND CONSTITUTIONAL is looking for 2 candidates to apply for administrative officers. The successful candidate will get paid the salary R321 543 – R378 765 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE: Magistrate’s Office: Phuthaditjhaba Ref No: 22/25/FS Magistrate’s Office: Sasolburg Ref No: 22/33/FS
REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
a three-year bachelor’s degree in public management administration or a national diploma in public management administration, or its equivalent; 3 years of administrative experience; familiarity with human resource management, asset management, supply chain management, and risk management; familiarity with the Public Financial Management Act, Departmental Financial Instructions, BAS, and Justice Yellow Pages. Competencies and Skills: Financial management (vote and trust account); people management; computer literacy (Microsoft programs); strong leadership and management abilities; good interpersonal interactions
Coordination and management of the office’s financial and personnel resources; coordination and management of risk and security in the court Control of the Family Courts sector, as well as the Supply Chain; Office management (Third Party Funds and Vote Accounts); Manage the Criminal and Civil Court Administration Sections; oversee the office’s personnel resources. Compile data to demonstrate performance and trends. Manage the Department’s facilities at the Court; To assure service delivery, coordinate, supervise, and administer support services to Case Flow Management and other court users; do any other responsibilities required to keep the office functioning well.
WHERE DO I APPLY?
Ms NM Dywili, Tel: (051) 407 1800, Ms NM Dywili, Tel: (051) 407 1800, Ms NM Dywili, Tel: (051) 40 APPLICATIONS: Please send your applications to The Regional Head, Private Bag X20578, Bloemfontein, 9300, or hand deliver to 53 Colonial Building, Charlotte Maxeke Street, Bloemfontein, 9301.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: MARCH 28, 2022
NOTE: Each application must be submitted separately, citing the applicable reference.
Interested individuals should send their applications to the address listed in each job posting. Only a completed and signed new Form Z83, available from any Public Service Department or on the internet at www.gov.za, a CV, copy of Identity Document, Senior Certificate, and the highest needed qualification, as well as a driver’s license when applicable, must be included in the papers. The copies must all be certified. Foreign qualifications must be accompanied by a SAQA assessment report. Applications that do not meet the above-mentioned criteria will be rejected. A technical and competence evaluation will be conducted on all selected applicants for SMS positions.
All SMS candidates must receive a pre-entry certificate from the National School of Government (NSG). A financial disclosure form will be completed, and the applicant will be subjected to a security clearance. Foreigners and dual nationals must provide their country of origin’s police clearance certificate. The Department of Justice and Consumer Protection is an equal opportunity employer. The objectives of section 195 (1) I of the Constitution of South Africa, 1996 (Act No: 108 of 1996), the Employment Equity imperatives defined by the Employment Equity Act, 1998 (Act No: 55 of 1998), and relevant Human Resources policies of the Department will all be considered when filling vacant positions.
People with disabilities are entitled to reasonable accommodations, even when a driver’s license is required. Only short-listed applicants will get correspondence. Please assume that your application has been unsuccessful if you have not heard from us within three months of this posting. The department has the option of not filling this post. Women and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply, and those who meet the EE Target will be given priority.
ERRATUM: Please be advised that the criteria for the position of Assistant Director: Recruitment, Ref No: 22/56/HR, originally announced in Circular 08 dated 04 March 2022, have been changed to: A Bachelor’s Degree/National Diploma at NQF level 6 or equivalent comparable education, as well as 3-5 years of experience as a Human Resource Practitioner, with as least 3 (three) years of supervisory experience. The deadline has been extended until March 28, 2022. Please accept our apologies for any trouble this has caused.
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