Gauteng Department of Health is looking for General Workers/handymen. This vacant is in the directorate of maintenance. 10 positions are available for qualifying candidates. The successful candidate will get paid R124 434.00 Per Annum (plus benefits). Enquiries Mr. Masiu Monaheng Tel: 072 668 0029/076 521 4118. Employer: Department of Infrastructure Development. Location: Charlotte Maxeke Facility Maintenance Hub.
Grade 9 / Abet Level 4 A minimum of 0-6 months general maintenance experience is required. COMPETENCIES: Understanding of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations, as well as GPG and Department of DID policies and procedures. Legislation and Public Service Regulations that apply. Recognize Department of DID-related initiatives or agencies. SKILLS- Customer connection, team player, customer focused, credible, proactive and resourceful, cost careful, quality driven, responsive, people orientated
Carry out responsibilities in line with instructions and the OHS Act. Make sure you have all of your equipment and supplies before you start working. After completing the task, clean the regions. Assist Artisan in determining material needed. Make sure you have all of your equipment and supplies before you start working. After the task is done, clean the area. Contribute to the updating of job cards and the follow-up on outstanding tasks. Make schedule reporting inputs. Participate in seminars, courses, and on-site training.
HOW DO I APPLY?
Only online applications will be accepted, and general inquiries should be sent to Human Resources at 072 668 0029/076 521 4118.
Please use the ONLINE APPLICATION to apply for the job.
This advertisement is both internal (inside the Department) and external (within the Department) (within Gauteng Province). This advertisement is intended to attract applications from the City of Johannesburg’s geographical region. PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY, in accordance with the Department’s Employment Equity Plan.
The new Z83 form, a complete Curriculum Vitae (CV), as well as certified copies of credentials not older than six (06) months, Identity, and a valid driver’s license (where driving/traveling is an essential necessity of the work), should be included with the application. We want to promote representivity (race, gender, and disability) in the Public Service by filling this position, and individuals whose transfer/promotion/appointment will advance representivity will be given precedence.
The Department intends to promote equality by meeting all numerical objectives outlined in the Employment Equity Plan. An indication of ethnicity, gender, and handicap status is essential to enable this procedure properly. It is the obligation of the applicant to get international credentials reviewed by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). The Department has the option not to appoint. Please assume that your application was unsuccessful if you do not get a response from us within three months.
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