NORTHERN CAPE PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE
LOCATION: KIMBERLEY- NORTHERN CAPE
Competencies: Strategic Management; Financial Management; People Leadership and Development; Leadership Skills; Communication Skills; Interpersonal Skills; Human Resource Management; Corporate Governance and Ethics; Public Administration; Public Relations; Stakeholder Relations; Public Finance Management Act; Financial Management Act; Financial Management of Parliament and Provincial Legislatures Act; Understanding of political environment; Understanding of legislative concepts and practices; Managerial/people management Skills; Change Management; Conflict Management Skills and Negotiation Skills.
Duties will include amongst others: Leads and manages the strategic planning processes of the Legislature; Oversees the overall management of Parliamentary services, including House Proceedings, NCOP mandating processes and legal services of the Legislature; Advices on the implementation of legislation and government policy in line with the Law-making, Oversight, Public Participation mandate of the Legislature; Leads and oversees all financial management plans and activities of the Legislature in compliance with the Financial Management Act (FAMPLA) and its amendments; Builds and maintains sound relations with institutional stakeholders; Manages and sustain collaborative relations with international stakeholders; Leads and manages the financial planning processes of the Legislature; Maintains a climate which attracts, keeps and motivates a diverse staff of top quality people.
For further information and enquiries, please contact Mr EK Matolweni on 078 803 9861.
Important note: In filling this position, we will be guided by the need to meet our Employment Equity Targets. The NCPL encourages People who are Differently Abled to apply. Applicants will be subjected to assessment centres. Appointment will be subjected to a compulsory pre-employment screening in the form of qualifications, references, security clearance, vetting and criminal checks. It is the applicant's responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA) prior to the selection process.
CLOSING DATE: 17 April 2020
If you have not received any response within three months (3) of the closing date, please consider your application as unsuccessful.
Regret correspondence will only be with the interviewed candidates.