GENERAL PUBLIC SERVICE SECTORAL BARGAINING COUNCIL (GPSSBC)
The General Public Service Sectoral Bargaining Council (GPSSBC) is designated in terms of Section 36 of the Labour Relations Act of 1995 (as amended). The objectives of the Council are, amongst others, to: • Create an environment
conducive for collective bargaining within the Scope of the Council • Maintain and promote labour peace • Prevent and expeditiously resolve labour disputes.
Key performance areas: • Provide secretarial support for meetings of Chambers, Council, EXCO, Task Teams and ad hoc Committees • Plan and organise meetings for the Chambers, and other structures within the organisation • Create and maintain a follow-up system on actions arising from the meetings • Manage general correspondence of Chambers and Council dealing with collective bargaining issues and report accordingly • Ensure maintenance of the integrity of incoming and outgoing documents within the Collective Bargaining Unit • Regularly correspond with the various structures to ensure that logistics are confirmed for meetings and workshops • Maintain regular and clear communication with the Structures • Be responsible for relationship building with the various Structures • Carry out Special Council projects, including AGM of Council, AGMs of Chambers, and Training Activities delivered by Council • Provide assistance to Council and all other Structures of Council including Chambers as and when required • Complete tasks allocated on Council's correspondence and task management system, Collaborator • File to the Council's electronic file plan on Collaborator • Ensure the effective and efficient operational functioning of the Collective Bargaining Unit • Perform general administration duties • Liaise with service providers.
Enquiries for the above position must be directed to Ms Johanna Mapola, tel. (012) 644-8132.
Interested candidates for this position must forward a covering letter, Indicating the post they are applying for and a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae (with certified copies of qualifications) marked as "Confidential" for the attention of the Secretary to Council, PO Box 16663, Lyttelton 0140, e-mall: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax: (012) 664-8062.
Closing date for applications: 14 February 2020 (Friday)
Note: This office will acknowledge receipt of applications from candidates who are shortlisted.
Candidates who have not received letters of acknowledgement within 30 days after the closing date may consider their applications unsuccessful.
Appointment will be made at the sole discretion of the GPSSBC.