GAUTENG DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SETTLEMENTS (GDHS)
APPLICATIONS: Please apply online at www.gautengonline.gov.za
DEPUTY DIRECTOR: SOCIAL HOUSING AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT REF NO: REFS/004484
SALARY: R733 257 per annum (all-inclusive remuneration package)
REQUIREMENTS: Matric plus BTech/Degree (NQF Level 7) in built environment/ property/ construction/Commerce. A minimum of 3 - 5 years’ experiences at Middle management level. Knowledge: Property management, Inventory Management, public finance management act, treasury regulations, property related, social housing & inventory management legislations, market trends, construction industry, state property management acts, social housing act, by-laws and ordinances, contract management, financial management, corporate governance and project management. Skills: computer literacy, facilitation skills, good report writing and presentation skills, good communication skills, ability to work under stressful conditions. Ability to adapt in accordance to office requirements. Ability to travel. A valid driver’s license.
DUTIES: The incumbent will be responsible for social housing programme and immoveable asset and inventory management functions within the department with the following key results areas in accordance with approved strategic plan, annual performance plan and business plan: oversee the development and review of property strategies. Facilitate the assessment of social housing projects in Gauteng. Programme management of inventory in the department in accordance with related legislative requirements. Prescribe, monitor and evaluate the reporting responsibilities for inventory. Ensure that all inventories are recorded and accounted for. Control the updating of the inventory register with every transaction. Reconcile the inventory registers with the amount paid on FMS (General Ledger) on a monthly basis. Facilitate the maintenance of immovable assets. Assist in the development of immovable asset and inventory management policies, strategies and guidelines. Manage the identification, evaluation, management and implementation control of risks. Provide management support to the unit/section.
ENQUIRIES: Ms Mpho Mamashela Tel No: (076) 152 3167
CLOSING DATE : 20 September 2019
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: ONLINE MEDIA CHANNELS AND RESEARCH REF NO: REFS/004485
SALARY: R376 596 per annum
REQUIREMENTS: Matric plus a National Diploma/ Degree in Communications/Media Studies /Journalism, with a minimum of 3 - 5 years’ experience in Communications/Media/Online Media space. A valid driver’s license. Competencies and Skills: Excellent communication skills (written and verbal), interpersonal relations, analytical thinking, problem solving and decision making, presentation skills. Strong administrative, organisational, analytic and managerial qualities. Must be tech-savvy. Proven track record working in a service delivery environment. Ability to communicate effectively and work under stressful environments.
DUTIES: Manage current and emerging online digital and social media platforms. Daily content monitoring, research, management and posting. Develop online specific multimedia infographics for all media platforms. Website editorial input and overall maintenance. Strengthen and enhance the Department’s profile through all platforms digital and traditional. Provide general content and media support to the Unit. Assist from a digital point of view with proactive and efficient media engagements across all platforms. In addition, contribute to the development of key content products such as media statements, opinion pieces, speakers’ notes, media plans, strategies and messages
ENQUIRIES: Mrs Zandi Gamedze Tel No: (071) 677 3757
CLOSING DATE : 13 September 2019
LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER (MR5) REF NO: REFS/004486 (X2 POSTS)
SALARY: R373 389 - R912 504 per annum (all-inclusive OSD remuneration Package)
REQUIREMENTS: Matric plus LLB Degree qualification or equivalent, a minimum of two (2) years or more post qualification experience. Admission as an Advocate or Attorneys of the High Court of South Africa. Knowledge and skills: Knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act, Promotion of Access to Information Act, Labour Relations Act, Housing Act and relevant Public Service legislation and regulations. Contract drafting skills, Knowledge of Court Rules and procedures, Verbal and written communication skills, leadership skills, analytical, performance management, problem solving, Batho Pele principles. Computer literacy, financial management, departmental policies, analytical, interpretation of Acts and Regulations.
DUTIES: Attend to drafting of contracts and relevant documents. Provide legal advice and opinions to the Department. Attend to litigation on behalf of the Department. Liaise with third parties. Represent the Department on all legal matters.
ENQUIRIES: Ms. N Motaung Tel No: (079) 695 0811
CLOSING DATE : 13 September 2019