PAN SOUTH AFRICAN LANGUAGE BOARD (PANSALB)
Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB) is a statutory body established in terms of Act 59 of 1995 (as amended). PanSALB seeks to appoint results-driven, assertive and dedicated individuals to fill the following positions in our Organisation.
Experience in working with all spheres of government as well as community-based organisations will be advantageous; Sound knowledge and understanding of all relevant legislative prescripts including but not limited to the PanSALB Act, Public Finance Management Act, Treasury Regulations, Public Service Act and its Regulations as well as government structures and procedures, Sound knowledge of Framework for Managing Performance Information and Government-wide Monitoring and Evaluation System; Sound knowledge, understanding and experience in financial management including budget planning and control; Proven track record in the successful development and implementation of turnaround strategies; ability to drive the organisation to performance based culture; leadership and management capabilities. A good command of at least three official South African languages will be an added advantage; must have extensive knowledge and understanding of linguistic rights and current language debates, In-depth knowledge of the Government legislation, policy, research and the National Program of Action.
Technical Competencies: Strategic capability and leadership; Conceptual Thinking; Continuous Improvement; Strategic Influencing; Business Intelligence; Business Acumen; Visioning; initiative; People management and empowerment; Project and Programme Management.
Key Performance Areas: The CEO wilt be responsible for the following, amongst others: Provide strategic and executive leadership to the full-time administrative staff of PanSALB and its Provincial Offices as well as its structures; To enable the Board to execute its mandate in accordance with corporate governance principles; Ensure the development and implementation of comprehensive strategic plans to achieve the strategic objectives of the Board; Establish clear authority levels within PanSALB; Ensure the development and implementation of sound people management practices; Setting and monitoring of PanSALB's key performance indicators; Setting and monitoring the implementation of PanSALB's organisational performance standards; Establish and strengthen collaboration and relevant strategic partnerships; Facilitate projects that promote participation of the broader community and other relevant stakeholders in language development, promotion and protection; Ensure effective communication with and reporting to the Board, its sub-committees and the relevant parliamentary Portfolio committee on the activities, achievements and challenges of PanSALB; Serve as Chief Accounting Officer: preparing and negotiating budgets and ensuring good financial governance and management of the budget.
Applications: To apply interested candidates must submit a duly completed, signed and dated PanSALB Application Form, obtainable from the PanSALB Website (www.pansalb.org), accompanied try a cover letter, a recent comprehensive CV, and originally certified copies of qualifications as well as ID. Interested individuals are invited to submit their applications to firstname.lastname@example.org and copy: email@example.com.
MANAGER: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE
Salary Package: R 733, 257 per annum (All-inclusive package, of which a portion can be structured according to the individual's needs)
Location: Head Office (Pretoria)
Requirements: Applicants must be in possession of a Senior Certificate and a National Diploma (Degree in information Technology, or equivalent qualification. At least 3-5 years' experience in Information Technology, specifically in applications development, IT infrastructure development, sharp, .NET and SQL. Stakeholder liaison role financial administration background will be an advantage. Sound knowledge of the PanSALB Act, assertiveness, trustworthy, ethical and professional with integrity. Must be Creative, self-driven, and results-oriented. Ability to work both independently and as part of a team. Ability to work under pressure and maintain a high level of confidentiality. A valid drivers' licence and preparedness to travel, work outside normal hours and willingness to accept responsibility and perform any other ad-hoc function as may be required
Technical Competencies: Financial awareness. Inter-governmental relations, Public sector governance, Project management and administration, Knowledge of Communication Technology systems and procedures, Problem identification and solution development. Knowledge of hardware platforms and their capabilities and limitations; Software problem understanding and identification, Knowledge of XML/XSL, Knowledge of relevant server.
Key Performance Areas: The successful incumbent will be expected to perform amongst others but not limited to the following tasks and responsibilities: Implementation IT strategy and Master Systems Plan; Implementation of infrastructure strategy; Implementation and evaluation of infrastructure systems Internet, internet end telecoms systems; Monitor user access management: and configuration management; Business applications development; Ensure the availability and effective running of all systems; Applications deployment; Application hardware and software inventory; Implementation of Backup and recovery plans; Management of network design, tuning and optimisation. Maintain ownership for own wont, performance management and development. Provision of ICT service desk and user support services. Define, negotiate, and manage agreements with external ICT service providers. Ensure compliance with governance requirements with regards ICT legislation and regulatory frameworks. Satisfy all ICT audit requirements. Maintain a secure and virus-free environment, Financial and human resources management of the ICT unit.
Applications: To apply interested candidates must submit a duly completed, signed and dated PanSALB Application Form, obtainable from the PanSALB Website (www.pansalb.org), accompanied by a cover letter, a recent comprehensive CV, and originally certified copies of qualifications as well as ID. Interested individuals are invited to submit their applications to firstname.lastname@example.org and copy: email@example.com.
All enquiries should be by email to the relevant email address given above.
PanSALB is committed to equity employment practices.
PanSALB reserves the right not to appoint any applicant to this position and to conduct pre-employment security screening.
If you have not been contacted within 1 month after the closing date, kindly deem your application as unsuccessful.
Correspondence will only be with short-listed candidates.
Closing date for applications: 21 October, by no later than 16h30
“One nation many languages”