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DPSA Vacancies 2022 Apply for Assistant Director Provincial Office Support Jobs in Pietermaritzburg
DPSA has released a Assistant Director Provincial Office Support job notification at www.dpsa.gov.za Careers website. Department of Public Service and Administration has displayed vacant seats for the post of Assistant Director Provincial Office Support vacancies. Candidates satisfying the desired eligibility conditions as mentioned in the Department of Public Service and Administration official notification can submit their application in the prescribed format on before last date with the help of details given below-
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|Name of Available Job Post ⇒||Assistant Director Provincial Office Support|
|Name of Vacancies ⇒||DPSA Vacancies 2022|
|Job Location ⇒||Jobs in Pietermaritzburg|
|Salary ⇒||R 382,245.00 Yearly|
|Last Date ⇒||10 May 2022|
DPSA Assistant Director Provincial Office Support Job Description
REQUIREMENTS : Ideal candidate’s profile: A National Diploma/Degree (New NQF Level 6 or 7)
in the field of Social Sciences, Labour Relations/Law/Public
Administration/Management and or Human Resources. 2-3 years’ experience
as a State Administrative Officer or equivalent experience in a related field,
including in the private sector. Advanced computer skills in MS Office Suite,
including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Good interpersonal relations.
Must be assertive, trustworthy, ethical and professional with integrity. Must
have effective administrative, organizational and communication skills. Must
be creative, motivated, self-driven, results-oriented and initiative. Ability to work
both independently and as part of a team. Ability to work under pressure and
maintain a high level of confidentiality. Must have commitment to
transformation. An understanding of the Constitutional Values and Principles
(CVPs) in Section 195 and how these CVPs contribute towards effective public
service delivery. An understanding of how this post supports the role of the
Public Service Commission (PSC) regarding the CVPs. Must have a valid
driver’s license (with exception of disabled applicants).
Provide support in: Conducting investigations of Grievances and Complaints
emanating from the Provincial Departments. Updating the grievances and
complaints emanating from the Province. Collecting and forwarding the sixmonthly grievance reports in terms of Rule I.1 of the Grievance Rules.
Advocacy (i.e. Workshops in Grievance and other LR related Matters).
Research Project/s. Monitoring and Evaluation of adherence by Provincial
Departments to the Constitutional principles governing Public Administration.
Research Projects. Advocacy in M&E and CVP Promotion Compiling section
196(4)(e) Report. Service Delivery Inspections. Monitoring of 30 Day Payment.
Compiling bi-annual report in the implementation of the PSC
recommendations. Investigating complaints lodged. Collating information
relating to financial misconduct from the Provincial Departments and submit
same to Head Office. Collating financial disclosure forms from the Provincial
Departments and submit same to Head Office. Referral of cases emanating
from the National Anti-Corruption Hotline to the SSC and follow-up on same.
Ethics Research. Advocacy in Ethics.
ENQUIRIES : Ms Pumziwe Kwanini – KwaZulu-Natal Office Tel No: 033 345 9997
Ms Salome Meso – Mpumalanga Office Tel No: 013 755 4070