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DPSA Vacancies 2022 Apply for Deputy Director Jobs in Mbombela

DPSA has released a Deputy Director job notification at www.dpsa.gov.za Careers website. Department of Public Service and Administration has displayed vacant seats for the post of Deputy Director 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 ⇒ Deputy Director
Name of Vacancies ⇒ DPSA Vacancies 2022
Job Location ⇒ Jobs in Mbombela
Salary ⇒ R 882,042.00 Yearly
Last Date ⇒ 10 June 2022

DPSA Deputy Director Job Description

REQUIREMENTS : Applicants must be in possession of a Grade 12 Certificate and a Bachelor’s
degree in the field of Humanities / Social Science / Law. 3 years’ experience in
a Junior Management level. Job related knowledge: Thorough knowledge of
land tenure security matters, Labour Tenant Act (LTA), Communal Property
Associations Act (CPA), Extension of Security of Tenure Act (ESTA),
Upgrading of Land Tenure Rights Act (ULTRA), Monitoring and evaluation,
Strategic planning, Human resources management, Financial management,
Supply chain management and Knowledge of economics. Job related skills:
Communication skills (Excellent verbal and written communication skills),
Negotiation and conflict resolution skills, Strategic management and leadership
skills, Project management skills, Networking skills, Team management skills,
People management skills, Customer and client focus and Statistical
forecasting. A valid driver’s licence and willingness to travel.

DUTIES : Provide support to communal land tenure programmes. Liaise with
stakeholders, (Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs
(COGTA), Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa (CONTRALESA),
National House of Traditional Leaders (NHTL)) to ensure dispute resolution
between parties. Ensure rights holders on communal areas are not being
violated. Monitor agreements on communal land. Liaise on the interim
measures on an annual basis as governed by Interim Protection of Informal
Land Rights Act. Assist the District in mediation between community members
and traditional councils in land rights violation cases. Provide support to land
rights programmes. Update and monitor database for land rights cases. Assist
the District in mediation between the farm occupiers and farm owners in land
rights violation cases. Negotiate an offer to sell with the farm owners. Facilitate
out of court settlement between the parties. Engage the relevant stakeholders,
regarding land rights matters. Facilitate relocation of farm occupiers. Refer the
land rights violation cases to court through the Land Rights Management
Facility (LRMF). Provide support to the legal representatives during court
process. Facilitate the upgrading of tenure rights in terms of ULTRA. Conduct
land rights awareness and capacity building to internal and external
stakeholders (farm dwellers, farmers associations, Labour Tenants, nongovernmental organization (NGOs), municipality, Department of Labour etc.).
Establish, maintain and support communal property institutions. Facilitate the
establishment of CPAs. Establish and maintain the CPA database. Conduct
CPA workshops during and after registration of a CPA. Monitor the functionality
of the CPAs. Intervene in the affairs of CPAs and serve as a conciliator during
dispute resolution process. Attend to all CPA enquiries. Compile the CPA
annual report on the functionality of CPAs to be tabled in Parliament. Establish
and chair the district CPA forums. Conduct mediation, negotiations and round
table conference for CPAs and similar entities. To assist the CPA wherein their
property is being executed for non-payment of water irrigation bills. Refer noncompliant CPAs to the LRMF to intervene and mediate disputes and ensure
regularisation. Monitor the panellist appointed by LRMF. Facilitate support to
land dispute resolutions. Promote capacity building land dispute matters.
Promote awareness on land rights. Facilitate the implementation of land rights
policies, procedures, guidelines. Provide support to land tenure upgrading.
Facilitate the involvement of Surveyor General Office in boundary dispute
matters. Facilitate Labour Tenants applications and provide support thereto.
Manage and Co-ordinate the processing of the Labour Tenant applications.
Manage and Co-ordinate the referrals of unresolved matters to Court. Manage
and Co-ordinate the issuance of Section 17 Notices and publishing on the
Government Gazette. Manage and Co-ordinate the acquisition and allocation
of hectares to Farm dwellers, ESTA Occupiers and Labour Tenants. Update
and Monitor /Manage the Labour Tenants database.

ENQUIRIES : Ms M Senwana Tel No: (013) 754 8098

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