GAUTENG DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY SAFETY
Gauteng DCS is an equal opportunity employer and gender sensitive employer and it is its intention to promote representivity in the Public Service through the filling of these posts. The Department committed to the achievement and maintenance of diversity and equity employment. In the filling of vacant posts the objectives of section 195 (1) (i) of the Constitution of South Africa, 1996 (Act No: 108 of 1996), the Employment Equity imperatives as defined by the Employment Equity Act, 1998 (Act No: 55 of 1998) and relevant Human Resources Directives will be taken into consideration. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
APPLICATION : Applicants must apply online at: www.gautengonline.gov.za/
CLOSING DATE : 09 July 2021
DEPUTY DIRECTOR: CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM OVERSIGHT REFS/011389
Chief Directorate: Criminal Justice System
SALARY : R733 257 per annum. (An all-inclusive remuneration packages)
CENTRE : Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS : Matric plus Bachelor’s Degree (NQF 7) in Criminal Justice. 5-7 years’ relevant working experience in Criminal Justice System Environment with 3 years’ experience in junior management experience. No criminal record or any cases pending against you. A valid code 08/10 drivers’ licence. Knowledge and Skills: Departmental policies and procedures. Relevant Public Service Regulations. Reporting procedures. Information systems. Delegation of authority pertaining to the department of Community Safety. SAPS Act, regulations & amendments. SA Constitution. Gauteng Safety Strategy. Complaints Tracking System. Legal background. Interpreting& Evaluating Information. Verbal and written communication. Organizing/maintaining information. Communicating Information. Computer Literacy. Problem solving and conflict management. Listening and negotiation. Tact and diplomacy. Team building. Discipline. Competences: Change management. Delegation. Planning and organizing. Initiative. Monitoring and Correcting Performance. Strategic Capability and Leadership. Programme and Project Management. Financial Management. Knowledge Management. Service Delivery Innovation.
DUTIES : Participate in the development of programmes that address the APP mandate. Strengthen, promote, and harmonize relations between the community and the Criminal Justice System. Monitor implementation of recommendations emanating from oversight work. Advise the Director on issues pertaining to CJS in the province. Monitor implementation of QRS resolutions. Ensure the effective and efficient management of both human and material resources allocated to the directorate for the achievement of Departmental goals. Manage allocated financial resources of the Directorate in line with the relevant legislation.
ENQUIRIES : Ms. Makgopa Evelyn Tel No: (011) 689 3845/3726/3941
DEPUTY DIRECTOR: EMPLOYEE HEALTH AND WELLNESS PROGRAMMES REFS/011391
Directorate: Human Resource Management
SALARY : R733 257. per annum. (An all-inclusive remuneration package)
CENTRE : Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS : Matric plus National Diploma (NQF6)/ Bachelor’s Degree (NQF7) in Human Resources Management/ Psychology/ Human Resource Development/ Management of Training or any other equivalent qualification in the Human Resource Management / Employee Health and Wellness field. 5-7 years’ experience in Employee Health and Wellness environment with 3 years’ experience in junior management. No criminal record or any cases pending against you. A valid code 08/10 driver’s licence. Knowledge and Skills: Knowledge of GPG and Public service policies. Procedures and all regulatory frameworks. Understanding of Community Safety strategies. Knowledge of labour legislation: LRA, SDA, BCEA, EEA, OHSA. In-depth knowledge of Government’s policies regarding Employee Health and Wellness Programmes. Understanding of the National Strategic Plan on HIV/AIDS/TB and STI. Analytical, negotiation, communication, and record management skills. Resources management skills. Driving. Counselling.
DUTIES : Provide strategic guidance and direction in the implementation and promotion of integrated Employee Health and Wellness programmes, policies, standards, and interventions. Manage and implement the EHWP pillars as outlined in the Strategic Framework. Align documents to produce operational plans aligned to the EHWP strategy and the annual performance plan. Develop, manage, monitor, and evaluate the implementation of the Employee Health and Wellness Programme, interventions, and operational plans. Develop implementation plans. Measure implementation plan deliverables against operational plans. Report on progress, deviations, and corrective measures to different accounting bodies. Manage human and financial resources in line with Departmental policies, Public Services guidelines, policies, and other available regulatory frameworks. Liaise and coordinate with internal and external stakeholders on various aspects of work, programmes, and interventions. Oversee the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Employee Health and Wellness Programmes (EHWP) and work done by the sub-directorate. Provide technical support and advice to line managers on employee wellbeing issues. Manage, coordinate, and ensure the implementation of capacity building activities for staff members and wellness champions.
ENQUIRIES : Ms Makgopa Evelyn Tel No: (011) 689 3845/3726/3941