DPSA Senior Restitution Advisor Job Vacancies in Mbombela

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DPSA Vacancies 2022 Apply for Senior Restitution Advisor Jobs in Mbombela

DPSA has released a Senior Restitution Advisor job notification at www.dpsa.gov.za Careers website. Department of Public Service and Administration has displayed vacant seats for the post of Senior Restitution Advisor 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 ⇒ Senior Restitution Advisor
Name of Vacancies ⇒ DPSA Vacancies 2022
Job Location ⇒ Jobs in Mbombela
Salary ⇒ R 882,042.00 Yearly
Last Date ⇒ 27 May 2022

DPSA Senior Restitution Advisor Job Description

SALARY : R882 042 per annum (Level 12), (all-inclusive package to be structured in
accordance with the rules for MMS)
CENTRE : Mbombela
REQUIREMENTS : Applicants must be in a possession of a Grade 12 Certificate and appropriate
LLB or B Proc Degree. Minimum of 6 years extensive post-qualification legal
professional and advisory experience (with 4 years supervisory experience).
Post-qualification experience in court litigation. Admission as an Attorney or
Advocate of the High Court of South Africa. Job related knowledge: Knowledge
of Restitution of Land Rights Act, 22of 1994, Law and other relevant acts and
Legislative prescripts. Specialised knowledge of Constitutional Law. Law of
Contracts. Knowledge of SA law, in particular land reform laws. Knowledge of
conveyance and vetting of documents. Job related skills: Proven supervisory
and management skills. Ability to draft legal opinions and contracts.
Negotiation, research and very good drafting skills. Ability to think
independently, analytically and innovatively. Good problem-solving skills.
Mediation and conflict resolution skills. Computer literacy. Skills in court
litigation. Experience in conveyance and vetting of documents. A valid driver’s
licence. Preparedness to travel and work irregular hours under tremendous
DUTIES : Ensure legal compliance to the Restitution of Land Rights Act. Check research
report e.g. Rule 3, Rule 5 and non-compliance reports. Attend stakeholder’s
engagements after gazetting. Check representation by landowners and other
interested parties. Check response to the representations by landowners.
Check Gazette Notices. Check valuation analysis and offers to both claimants
and landowners. Check section 42D. Attend to negotiations with the farmer /
landowner. Prepare response to the representation for the farmer / landowner.
Check first draft of section 42E expropriation. Attend to service of the Notice of
possible expropriation. Attend to receive and peruse the representations by
landowners in response to the Notice of possible expropriation. Check second
draft of section 42E expropriation. Attend to serve the final notice of
expropriation. Check claimant verification. Check Communal Property
Associations (CPA)1 to CPA8 and CPA constitution. Check Deed of Trust.
Liaise with the landowners. Check financial compensation files for payment.
Participate in all meetings upon instructions to attend and provide legal
responses where required. Check legal monthly reports. Submit legal monitor
to National Office. Coordinate litigation support in the Restitution Branch. Draft
referrals. Draft memorandum requesting the Regional Land Claims
Commissioner to sign the notice of referral. Attend to make copies and issue
the notice of referral at court. Receive and peruse court papers filed against
the office e.g. notice of motions for interdicts, reviews, application to compel,
Summons, and other court proceedings. Draft memorandum informing
National Office about the new matter and request instructions from the Chief
Land Claims Commissioner. Draft letters of instruction to State Attorney and
request appointment of Counsel. Attend to supply the required documents and
any other information concerning the case. Facilitate the signing of the replying
documents e.g. opposing affidavits, answering affidavits. Attend to draft report
on the progress in cases to the Chief Land Claims Commissioner regularly.
Issue notice of instruction to appoint State Attorney. Facilitate the process of
legal representation. Exchange of court document (Pleadings). Attend courts
hearings. Attend pre-trials both telephonically and face to face. Serve referrals
and other court documents to interested parties. File the notice of referrals.
Facilitate the implementation of court orders. Attend consultations with State
Attorney and Advocates. Draft legal documents in respect of the Restitution
Act, regulations and policies of the commission. Draft legal documents for deed
of sale. Draft memorandum request signing of the sale agreement. Draft
correspondences to various stake holders e.g Attorneys, Companies,
Claimants e.t.c. Draft settlement agreement e.g financial compensation and
transfer of state land. Draft memorandums requesting signing of settlement
agreements. Draft lease agreement. Draft caretaker ship agreement. Draft
CPA constitution, CPA1-CPA8 documents required for the formation of CPAs.
Facilitate CPA workshops. Facilitate adoption of CPA constitution. Facilitate
the elections of the CPA. Draft legal opinion and other legal documents.
Transfer private and state land. Prepare financial compensation submission.
Manage transfer of properties and establishment of legal entities. Sign
agreements for both parties. Facilitate transfer of payments. Issue instruction
to conveyancers. Coordinate and intervene in obtaining. Monitor the transfer
regularly on the weekly basis and inspection. Issue instruction to state attorney
for transfer and pay the balance. Issue instruction to state attorney inclusive of
section 42D. Request clearance rates from municipality. Prepare
memorandums for payment of rates. Acquire proof of payment of rates. Obtain
certificates from municipality. Monitor the transfer process until the end and
inform the claimants. Conduct research in respect of special projects such as
expropriations and legislation emanating from land reform components. Liaise
with Research Institutions for research and data collection purposes. Analyse
collected data and provide inputs towards the development of policies that will
govern the special projects. Consult case laws and other legislations for legal
ENQUIRIES : Mr E Senosha Tel No: (013) 754 8043

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