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Tuesday, 21 January 2014 20:48

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HLABISA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZ 274)

 

NB:- Some of these applications are being re-adverised. All those who applied before must not apply because their applications will be considered.

Local Municipality invites qualified, suitable, experienced, innovative and committed individuals to apply for the following positions:-

HEAD OF INTERNAL AUDIT

Post Reports to                    :               Municipal Manager

Directorate                             :              Executive

SALARY                                 :              Task Grade 15 of category 1 municipality

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Matric;
  • Bachelor Degree/National Diploma in Internal Auditing or relevant Qualification;
  • 5-years internal audit experience in a Local Government environment;
  • Valid Code 08 Driver’s License;
  • Knowledge of legislation and other prescriptions affecting the organization (including financial and non-financial legislation);
  • Registered with the Institute of Internal Auditors SA;
  • High level of Computer Literacy;
  • Have thorough knowledge of the relevant legislation, regulations, ordinances and by-laws;

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

  • Good report writing and communication skills;
  • Ability to multi-task and ability to work under pressure;
  • Good record keeping skills
  • A strategic and analytical thinker with passion and enthusiasm;
  • Unquestionable integrity honesty and high level of emotional intelligence; &
  • The ability to lead a team of professionals but also be a good team player and people’s person.

RESPONSIBILITIES.

The successful candidate will be responsible will be responsible for:-

  • Conducting programmes to assess, evaluate and analyze the control environment through processes such as risk assessment and analysis;
  • Conducts compliance audits relating to the Municipality’s institutional performance management system by assisting with the determination of processes and overseeing the operational audit reviews to determine if the institutional performance indicators adopted are reliable to ensure compliance with legislated provisions;
  • Conducts training programmes in accordance with established standards to create an institutional culture conductive to honesty and integrity;
  • Facilitates the improvement of the control environment by acting as a change agent by recommending alternative courses of action, revised operating systems, drafting of guidelines and publications related to the role of internal audit, the control environment and good corporate governance, etc. to establish the principles of accountability and motivate and assist staff;
  • Advises Directorates/Departments on various financial, operational and legal matters through reference to legislation, contract law, regulations, standards, policies, procedures, etc. to ensure that all issues are able to withstand scrutiny by the Auditor General, Court of Law, etc.
  • Facilities and control self assessment (CSA) and risk assessment workshops and exercises to provide a change management process relating to attitudes relevant to control attitudes;
  • Perform site audits by performing audit processes, including compiling audit evidence to determine the degree of compliance with the objectives of the audit programmes to ensure that the control objectives identified can be measured and reported on;
  • Assist officials with the advise on various queries or problems detected during audits through reference to regulations, policies, procedures, etc. to facilitate the creation of a positive control environment;
  • Acknowledges the scope of the work and the control of audit programme devised for staff to perform, supervises internal audit staff allocated for the task, if any, prepares working papers to the appropriate standards and submits audit files for review to Municipal Manager for final review in order that accurate reports may be issued to the auditor and the Audit Committee;
  • Assist with special investigations by compiling documentation, etc. and conducting interviews in cases where serious fraud is suspected in consultation with the Municipal Manager to facilitate the creation of a positive control environment;
  • Maintain documentation of audits by establishing supportable and logical indexed working papers in accordance with the Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing (published by the Institute of Internal Auditors), Internal Audit Office Policies, procedures and under the directives of the Municipal Manage, Compliance and Governance so that accurate reports may be issued to the auditor

MANAGER FINANCIAL PLANNING AND BUDGETING

Post Reports to                    :               Chief Financial Officer

Directorate                             :              Finance

SALARY                                 :              Task Grade 15 of category 1 municipality

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Matric;
  • Relevant B. Com Degree;
  • Meeting minimum Competency Levels in terms of Gazette 29967;
  • At least 5-years experience in a senior position in a Municipal Finance environment or related field;
  • Membership of IMFO shall be an added advantage;
  • Valid Code 08 Driver’s License;
  • High level of Computer Literacy, including Microsoft Office programmes such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access;
  • Superb knowledge of Municipal Budgeting and preparation of Municipal Financial Statements;
  • Sound knowledge and understanding of all applicable legislation including the Municipal Finance Management Act, Amended Municipal Systems Act, Municipal Structures Act, Division of Revenue Act, Local Government Property Rating Act;
  • Ability to manage and lead people at a management level;
  • Through knowledge of GAMAP and GRAP Statements;
  • Ability to communicate effectively; &
  • Sound knowledge of planning and scheduling of budget and financial statement processes

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

  • Good report writing and communication skills;
  • Ability to multi-task and ability to work under pressure;
  • Good record keeping skills
  • A strategic and analytical thinker with passion and enthusiasm;
  • Unquestionable integrity honesty and high level of emotional intelligence; &
  • The ability to lead a team of professionals but also be a good team player and people’s person.

RESPONSIBILITIES.

The successful candidate will be responsible to manage the Section: Financial Planning; Budgeting and Treasury, including the following:-

  • Comply with all the legislative requirements and delegations to the Chief Financial Officer in terms of the Municipal Financial Management Act and all relevant legislation;
  • Liaise with other spheres of Government and all other stakeholders with regard to requirements of the Municipal

Finance Management Act;

  • Report to the Chief Financial Officer on all the operations of the Department: Finance;
  • Acting as Chief Financial Officer in the absence of the Chief Financial Officer;
  • Conducting programmes to assess, evaluate and analyze the control environment through processes such as risk assessment and analysis;
  • Liaise with the Auditor General’s Office (External Auditors) in performance of the annual audit on the Financial activities of the Council;
  • Prepare the annual and interim budgets in conjunction with the financial activities of the Council;
  • Prepare the financial statements;
  • Submitting the annual budgets and financial statements within the prescribed times;
  • Implementing actions and resolutions of Council, directives of legislation and recommendations from both internal and external Auditors;
  • Co-ordinate all the functions of the Section: Finance of a large Municipality;
  • Maintenance of the Asset Register;
  • Maintenance of Council’s Insurance Portfolio;
  • Give advice to Chief Financial Officer on all matters relating to finance in general;
  • Sourcing best practices in municipal financial administration; &
  • Leadership development and training including team building.

MANAGER INTERGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLANNING / PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Post Reports to                    :               Municipal Manager

Directorate                             :              Executive

SALARY                                 :              Task Grade 15 of category 1 municipality

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Matric;
  • Bachelor of Arts (Development Studies);
  • Meeting minimum competency levels in terms of Gazette 29967;
  • Valid Code 08 Drivers license;
  • 5 years’ management / management experience preferably in Local Government;
  • High level of Computer Literacy, including Microsoft Office programmes such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access;
  • Sound knowledge and understanding of all applicable legislations;
  • Ability to manage and lead people at a management level;
  • Ability to communicate effectively; &

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

  • Good report writing and communication skills;
  • Ability to multi-task and ability to work under pressure;
  • Good record keeping skills
  • A strategic and analytical thinker with passion and enthusiasm;
  • Unquestionable integrity honesty and high level of emotional intelligence; &
  • The ability to lead a team of professionals but also be a good team player and people’s person.

RESPONSIBILITIES.

The successful candidate will be responsible to manage the Section: IDP/PMS, including the following:-

  • Reporting to the Municipal Manager;
  • Prepare the IDP framework and Process Plan to inform stakeholders of guidelines and steps that will be followed in developing the IDP so that there is integrated planning and coordination among all stakeholders (including locals);
  • Establish an IDP Task Team and Project Team to assist in the development and/or review of the IDP;
  • Establish a representative forum and attend meetings related to IDP to ensure that guidelines and process plan are adhered to as well as ensure that issues raised are recorded for consideration by the IDP task team, project team and Council;
  • Monitor and evaluate the IDP by analysing monthly and quarterly progress reports to ensure that delivery by directorates/departments is aligned to the SDBIPs and the IDP;
  • Conduct municipality ward analysis by participating in ward forums/meetings to determine delivery against the SDBIP and the IDP and highlight any gaps to the immediate superior;
  • Align the IDP with the budget and PMS by participating in the development of SDBIPs by directorates/departments, as well as liaise with the PMS Manager on the development of performance work plans to ensure alignment between the IDP, SDBIPs and PMS;
  • Prepare reports for Council committees to inform the committees on progress/gaps on the implementation of the IDP;
  • Facilitate the implementation of a performance management system in the Department to ensure compliance with regulatory frameworks;
  • Support Management with the planning, monitoring and review of and reporting on municipal performance against the IDP;
  • Participate in the compilation of municipal annual performance reports in line with legislative requirements;
  • Liaise with internal and external stakeholders on IDP-related matters;
  • Facilitate educational awareness workshops on IDP and change management in order to foster an improved culture of performance in the Municipality; &
  • Perform any other related duties delegated by the Municipal Manager.

MANAGER INCOME AND EXPENDITURE

Post Reports to                    :               Chief Financial Officer

Directorate                             :              Finance

SALARY                                 :              Task Grade 15 of category 1 municipality

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Matric;
  • Bachelor of Commerce Degree;
  • Meeting minimum competency levels in terms of Gazette 29967;
  • Membership of IMFO shall be an added advantage;
  • Valid Code 08 Drivers license;
  • 5 years’ management / financial management experience (preferably expenditure and compiling of financial statements)
  • High level of Computer Literacy, including Microsoft Office programmes such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access;
  • Sound knowledge and understanding of all applicable legislation including the Municipal Finance Management Act, Amended Municipal Systems Act, Municipal Structures Act, Division of Revenue Act, Local Government Property Rating Act;
  • Ability to manage and lead people at a management level;
  • Through knowledge of GAMAP and GRAP Statements;
  • Ability to communicate effectively; &
  • Sound knowledge of planning and scheduling of budget and financial statement processes

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

  • Good report writing and communication skills;
  • Ability to multi-task and ability to work under pressure;
  • Good record keeping skills
  • A strategic and analytical thinker with passion and enthusiasm;
  • Unquestionable integrity honesty and high level of emotional intelligence; &
  • The ability to lead a team of professionals but also be a good team player and people’s person.

RESPONSIBILITIES.

The successful candidate will be responsible to manage the Section: Income and Expenditure, including the following:-

  • Manage and control the key performance indicators associated with the Income & Expenditure Department's functionality and ensure that procedures, policies and legal requirements are enforced and adhered to as well as accounting procedures are directed and executed;
  • Managing financial operations;
  • Controlling the Income and Expenditure sections;
  • Controlling the spending of budget by reporting to all departments on actual spending;
  • Assisting with the compilation of budget and capturing final budget on financial system;
  • Budget implementation in accordance with the MFMA;
  • Guiding personnel to allocate expenditure to various cost centres and votes;
  • Ensuring expenditure is managed according to approved budget and control is exercised regarding adjustments;
  • Preventing unauthorised, wasteful and irregular expenditure;
  • Managing and supervising personnel;
  • Performing ad hoc activities, eg monitoring of expenditure system, checking of petty cash, attendance of meetings, etc.

MANAGER INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING

Post Reports to                    :               Senior Manager Infrastructure Planning & Development

Directorate                             :              Infrastructure Planning & Development

SALARY                                 :              Task Grade 15 of category 1 municipality

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Matric;
  • B.Sc in Quantity Surveying;
  • Registration with a professional body SACQS;
  • Proficiency in Engineering Codes and Standard pertaining to Municipal Infrastructure Projects;
  • Meeting minimum competency levels in terms of Gazette 29967;
  • Valid Code 08 Drivers license;
  • 5 years’ management / management experience preferably in Local Government;
  • Experience/background in dealing with the construction/electrical contracting/Quantity Surveying field;
  • Previous project management experience is an added advantage;
  • High level of Computer Literacy, including Microsoft Office programmes such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access;
  • Sound knowledge and understanding of all applicable legislations;
  • Ability to manage and lead people at a management level; &
  • Ability to communicate effectively.

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

  • Good report writing and communication skills;
  • Ability to multi-task and ability to work under pressure;
  • Good record keeping skills
  • A strategic and analytical thinker with passion and enthusiasm;
  • Unquestionable integrity honesty and high level of emotional intelligence; &
  • The ability to lead a team of professionals but also be a good team player and people’s person.

RESPONSIBILITIES.

The successful candidate will be responsible to manage the Section: Infrastructure Planning, including the following:-

  • Community Liaison – Site walks with the community structures discussing work to be done;
  • Preparation of Bills of Quantities – Using the Standard system of measurement in measuring quantities off of drawings and compiling a BOQ. (Experience in Civil and Mechanical bills);
  • Preparation of budget estimates – Using rates obtained from previous tenders to price the BOQ and give a budget estimate;
  • Tender adjudication – Compiling comparison BOQ’s and writing the tender adjudication Report;
  • Preparation of Payment certificates – Converting the tender BOQ into the correct payment certificate format;
  • On site measuring for payment certificate verification – Measurements taken on site in order to verify interim payment certificates and final site measure in order agree final payment certificate;
  • Preparation of Tender documents – Compiling the tender document by combining the specifications document, BOQ and drawings into one bound document;
  • Cash Flow Projection – Processing invoices received through the cash flow in order to understand the potential budget outcome;
  • Ordering of materials and equipment – Ordering of materials or equipment and recording the order value and order number in a filing system;
  • Ensure compliance with statutory requirements, legislated regulations & policies;
  • Develops, Implement, Monitor and control capital projects and contract administration;
  • Establishing the key performance indicators and measures for determining and accessing the level of service delivery;
  • Ensure the implementation of IDP strategic objectives of the department and district;
  • Ensure legal compliance in terms of Occupational Health and Safety Act;
  • Project-manage Labour Intensive Projects in line with the Extended Public Works Programme (EPWP) framework and reporting requirements;
  • Ensure compliance of all legal aspects and conditions required from the different spheres of government;
  • Manage related Municipal Infrastructure Grant Programs (MIG).

SENIOR MANAGER : COMMUNITY SERVICES

Post Reports to                    :               Municipal Manager

Directorate                             :              Community Services

SALARY                                 :              Negotiable

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Degree in Public Management /or NQF Level 6 Relevant Qualification.
  • A Post Graduate degree or CPMD will be an added advantage
  • Relevant experience which must include 5 years managerial experience in local government.
  • Knowledge and understanding of Traffic and Local Government legislations and Policies that governs Municipalities
  • Project Management and Social Facilitation
  • Conflict Management and Problem solving
  • Computer Literate in Ms Office, with good communication skills;
  • Be in possession of a valid code 08(EB) drivers license

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

  • Good report writing and communication skills;
  • Ability to multi-task and ability to work under pressure;
  • Good record keeping skills
  • A strategic and analytical thinker with passion and enthusiasm;
  • Unquestionable integrity honesty and high level of emotional intelligence; &
  • The ability to lead a team of professionals but also be a good team player and people’s person.

RESPONSIBILITIES.

The successful candidate will be responsible to manage the Senior Manager Community Services, including the following:-

  • Compilation of the Departmental SDBIP, Monitor and report on programme implementation.
  • Ensure the development of appropriate strategies, policies and plans for all relevant areas
  • Direct the implementation of specific procedures, systems and controls associated with key functional areas embodied in the Community Services departmental Structure.
  • Provide Strategic leadership and planning for the department, Community development Management.
  • Responsible for Public Safety, which amongst other things includes traffic management, security management and Law Enforcement.
  • Responsible for Management of Community Facilities e.g. Community Halls, Cemeteries, Sport Fields, Libraries, and other Municipal properties.
  • Responsible for environmental management in general and the co-ordination of disaster management.
  • Co-ordinate and monitor development of Sports and Social Programmes.
  • Productivity/ Performance and personnel Management
  • Evaluating the project management cycle.
  • Alignment, creating awareness, capacity and relationship management in all stakeholder forums
  • Execute any other duties that may be assigned by the Municipal Manager.

MANAGER SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT AND ASSETS

Post Reports to                    :               Chief Financial Officer

Directorate                             :              Finance

SALARY                                 :              Task Grade 15 of category 1 municipality

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Matric;
  • An Appropriate Degree or Diploma in Supply Chain/Procurement Management/Accounting.
  • Five (5) years’ appropriate proven experience in the management / management experience preferably in Local Government;
  • Thorough knowledge and understanding of Supply Chain Management within the Local Government Sector.
  • Knowledge and understanding of relevant procurement legislation and statutory provisions (MFMA, PPPFA, BEE etc.)
  • Contract Management and knowledge in application of GRAP 17.
  • Completed articles will serve as an added advantage.
  • Meeting minimum competency levels in terms of Gazette 29967;
  • Valid Code 08 Drivers license;
  • High level of Computer Literacy, including Microsoft Office programmes such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access;
  • Sound knowledge and understanding of all applicable legislations;
  • Ability to manage and lead people at a management level; &
  • Ability to communicate effectively.

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

  • Good report writing and communication skills;
  • Ability to multi-task and ability to work under pressure;
  • Good record keeping skills
  • A strategic and analytical thinker with passion and enthusiasm;
  • Unquestionable integrity honesty and high level of emotional intelligence; &
  • The ability to lead a team of professionals but also be a good team player and people’s person.

RESPONSIBILITIES.

The successful candidate will be responsible to manage the Section: Supply Chain Management & Assets, including the following:-

  • Overall Management & Administration of the Supply Chain Management Systems (SCM);
  • Establish an effective Demand Management System for the Municipality;
  • Manage the disposal of municipal goods n longer needed and/or redundant, ensuring integrity of all SCM systems, processes and internal control measures;
  • Supervise stores administration;
  • Plan and monitor the Municipality’s tender processes in terms of all the project within the Municipality’s Integrated Development Plan;
  • Establish through operational procedures, an effective system of acquisition management;
  • Establish and manage an effective internal monitoring system in order to determine on the basis of a respective analysis whether the authorized supply chain management processes were followed and the desired objectives achieve;
  • Manage the submission of Statutory reports in terms of the MFMA and the SCM Regulations;
  • Manage the receipt of tender/bid reports by departments and oversees the compilation of the Bid Adjudication Committee Agenda for consideration by the Bid Adjudication Committee, Management of Fixed Assets register in line with relevant accounting standards;
  • Perform all other general duties associated to the post listed in job description;
  • Develop, draft, formulate, review policies, procedure management reports relating to SCM;
  • Ensure compliance with all related legislation especially MFMA, SCM regulations, Municipal Systems Act, Municipal Structures Act, PPPFA, BEE etc;
  • Assist the Chief Finance Officer with Budget compilation, control and monitoring for SCM section;
  • Promote, recommend and implement SMME, Black Empowerment, job creation strategies, programmes;
  • Compiling reports on the achievement of BEE, job creation goals and objectives, managing and supervising staff in the SCM Unit;
  • Respond to, investigate SCM complaints, advise where necessary on contract management and administration, reviewing, monitoring Service Providers Contract;
  • Manage the compilation of Service Provider database of Professional Service Providers (PSP), General Service Provider (GSP) and Contractor for the entire Municipality;
  • Manage the internal support to departments on SCM, contract management and SCM issues;
  • Establish an effective system of risk management for identification, consideration and avoidance of potential risk in the SCM system;

MANAGER : OFFICE OF THE MAYOR

Post Reports to                    :               Municipal Manager

Directorate                             :              Executive

SALARY                                 :              Task Grade 15 of category 1 municipality

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Matric;
  • A recognized B Degree in Development Studies or any other relevant degree;
  • Relevant work experience within a local government, of which at least 5 years should be at management level within a Local Government;
  • Demonstrate a high level of problem solving and people management capabilities;
  • Working knowledge of project management will be an added advantage;
  • Demonstrate high levels of effective communication and managing complex teams capabilities;
    • Meeting minimum competency levels in terms of Gazette 29967;
    • Valid Code 08 Drivers license;
    • High level of Computer Literacy, including Microsoft Office programmes such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access;
    • Sound knowledge and understanding of all applicable legislations;
    • Ability to manage and lead people at a management level; &
    • Ability to communicate effectively.

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

  • Good report writing and communication skills;
  • Ability to multi-task and ability to work under pressure;
  • Good record keeping skills
  • A strategic and analytical thinker with passion and enthusiasm;
  • Unquestionable integrity honesty and high level of emotional intelligence; &
  • The ability to lead a team of professionals but also be a good team player and people’s person.

RESPONSIBILITIES.

The successful candidate will be responsible to manage the Office of the Mayor including the following:-

  • Coordinate all the activities in the office of the Mayor;
  • Monitor progress and align/update strategy to evolving dynamics within the Hlabisa Local Municipal;
  • Conduct strategic research, design and structure development interventions, and influence key players to support/fund these interventions;
  • Build strong relationships with key stakeholders (public/private partnerships);
  • Monitor the successful implementation of mayoral projects within constraints of the approved budget and as per the approved policy and expanded mandate;
  • Manage Departmental risk and budget;
  • Monitor statutory compliance;
  • People and stakeholder management and keep the records to facilitate audits; &
  • Ensure linkage of the Mayoral Programmes to the Integrated Development Plan, Budget, Service Delivery and Budget Implementation Plan and Performance Management System;

MANAGER : COUNCIL SUPPORT

Post Reports to                    :               Senior Manager Corporate Services

Directorate                             :              Corporate Services

SALARY                                 :              Task Grade 15 of category 1 municipality

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Matric;
  • A recognized B Degree or Diploma in Public Administration or Local Government;
  • Relevant work experience within a local government, of which at least 5 years should be at senior management level within a Local Government;
  • Demonstrate a high level of problem solving and people management capabilities;
  • Working knowledge in Council Support will be an added advantage;
  • Demonstrate high levels of effective communication and managing complex teams capabilities;
    • Meeting minimum competency levels in terms of Gazette 29967;
    • Valid Code 08 Drivers license;
    • High level of Computer Literacy, including Microsoft Office programmes such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access;
    • Sound knowledge and understanding of all applicable legislations;
    • Ability to manage and lead people at a management level; &
    • Ability to communicate effectively.

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

  • Good report writing and communication skills;
  • Ability to multi-task and ability to work under pressure;
  • Good record keeping skills
  • A strategic and analytical thinker with passion and enthusiasm;
  • Unquestionable integrity honesty and high level of emotional intelligence; &
  • The ability to lead a team of professionals but also be a good team player and people’s person.

RESPONSIBILITIES.

The successful candidate will be responsible to manage the Section: Council Support, including the following:-

  • Providing secretarial support to various committees of Council and Forums;
  • Developing and implementing the schedule of council committee meetings;
  • Liaising with political office bearers and senior managers to prepare items for inclusion in the agenda;
  • Supervising the circulation of notification, agenda and minutes of previous meetings;
  • Responsible for the compilation of council resolutions register and making follow up on their implementation thereof;
  • Forwarding resolutions to appropriate departments to proceed with the execution of specific actions;
  • Checking and confirming the content of minutes of the meetings and correcting grammar, format to accuarately reflect discussions and resolutions;
  • Responsible for the coordination of all Operation Sukuma Sakhe activities and programmes;
  • Management of all public participation activities and programmes including the institutionalization of ward committees;
  • Provision of strategic administrative support to the Office of the Speaker

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST

Post Reports to                    :               Senior Manager Corporate Services

Directorate                             :              Corporate Services

SALARY                                 :              Task Grade 13 of category 1 municipality

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Matric;
  • Degree or Diploma in Information Technology;
  • Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA);
  • Microsoft certified Technology Specialist (MCTS);
  • Minimum of five (5) years’ experience in Networking environment;
  • Valid Driver’s Licence;
  • Must be prepared to travel to and from the various departments within the within the jurisdiction of the Municipality.

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

  • Good report writing and communication skills;
  • Ability to multi-task and ability to work under pressure;
  • Good record keeping skills
  • A strategic and analytical thinker with passion and enthusiasm;
  • Unquestionable integrity honesty and high level of emotional intelligence; &
  • The ability to lead a team of professionals but also be a good team player and people’s person.

RESPONSIBILITIES.

The successful candidate will be responsible to manage the Information Technology System including the following:-

  • Manage the information security function in accordance with the established policies and government guidelines;
  • Reporting to Manager Information Technology on all security issues;
  • Review Compliance with the information security policy and associated procedures;
  • Coordinate information security efforts with the Internal Audit Department;
  • Coordinate security orientation and security awareness programs;
  • Plan and coordinate network penetration tests on a regular basis;
  • Monitor physical access to all computer hubs;
  • Manage electronic access software including the Municipalities’ Time Management System;
  • Produce relevant reports on all aspects of security;
  • Manage all data backups;
  • Manager security of routers and switches;
  • Manage deployment of antivirus software throughout the Municipality; &
  • Management of internet and email security.

FLEET MANAGEMENT OFFICER

Post Reports to                    :               Human Resources Section Manager

Directorate                             :              Corporate Services

SALARY                                 :              Task Grade 11 of category 1 municipality

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Matric;
  • A relevant degree (or equivalent qualification) / NQF 6;
  • a minimum of 1 year relevant experience;
  • Knowledge and application of various pieces of legislation/areas with regard to the functioning of motor vehicles;
  • Demonstrate a high level of problem solving and people management capabilities;
    • Valid Code 08 Drivers license;
    • High level of Computer Literacy, including Microsoft Office programmes such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access;
    • Sound knowledge and understanding of all applicable legislations; &
    • Ability to communicate effectively.

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

  • Good report writing and communication skills;
  • Ability to multi-task and ability to work under pressure;
  • Good record keeping skills
  • A strategic and analytical thinker with passion and enthusiasm;
  • Unquestionable integrity honesty and high level of emotional intelligence; &
  • The ability to lead a team of professionals but also be a good team player and people’s person.

RESPONSIBILITIES.

The successful candidate will be responsible for fleet services including the following:-

  • Administer, maintain and control fleet;
  • Allocate pool vehicles to users for optimal use;
  • Ensure that vehicles are roadworthy, serviceable, licensed and stored safely;
  • Administration of fines and arrange for payments thereof;
  • Liaise with departments for replacement vehicles and order as per request;
  • Obtain quotations for minor vehicle damage due to accidents and obtain the relevant reports from users;
  • Verify subsidized transport log sheets and check claims submitted by users;
  • Compile reconciliation of vehicles, kilometres and daily expenditure;

COMMUNITY HELP DESK CLERK

Post Reports to                    :               Receptionist

Directorate                             :              Corporate Services

SALARY                                 :              Task Grade 05 of category 1 municipality

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Matric;
  • a minimum of 1 year relevant experience preferably in local government;
  • Knowledge and application of various pieces of legislation/areas with regard to the functioning of the municipality;
  • Be computer literacy; &
    • Ability to communicate effectively.

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

  • Good report writing and communication skills;
  • Ability to multi-task and ability to work under pressure;
  • Good record keeping skills
  • A strategic and analytical thinker with passion and enthusiasm;
  • Unquestionable integrity honesty and high level of emotional intelligence; &
  • The ability to lead a team of professionals but also be a good team player and people’s person.

RESPONSIBILITIES.

The successful candidate will be responsible for community services including the following:-

  • Provide clerical duties to the community;
  • Community liaison clerk;
  • Assist the receptionist will all her functions;
  • Liaise with the councilors to ensure that the community receive services and necessary information and issue proof of residence to the community; &
  • Perform all other duties he or she may be required to perform.

PAYROLL CLERK

Post Reports to                    :               Payroll Officer  

Directorate                             :              Finance  

SALARY                                 :              Task Grade 05 of category 1 municipality

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Matric;
  • National Diploma in Accounting (Cost & Management)
  • a minimum of 1 year relevant experience in Payroll preferably in local government;
  • Knowledge and application of various pieces of legislation/areas with regard to the functioning of the municipality;
  • Be computer literacy; &
    • Ability to communicate effectively.

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

  • Good report writing and communication skills;
  • Ability to multi-task and ability to work under pressure;
  • Good record keeping skills
  • A strategic and analytical thinker with passion and enthusiasm;
  • Unquestionable integrity honesty and high level of emotional intelligence; &
  • The ability to lead a team of professionals but also be a good team player and people’s person.

RESPONSIBILITIES.

The successful candidate will be responsible for all payroll functions including the following:-

  • Compiles payroll data, and enters data or computes and posts wages, and reconciles errors, to maintain payroll records, using computer or calculator;
  • Compiles payroll data, such as hours worked, sales or piecework, taxes, insurance, and union dues to be withheld, and employee identification number, from time sheets and other records;
  • Prepares computer input forms, enters data into computer files, or computes wages and deductions, using calculator, and posts to payroll records;
  • Reviews wages computed and corrects errors to ensure accuracy of payroll;
  • Records changes affecting net wages, such as exemptions, insurance coverage, and loan payments for each employee to update master payroll records;
  • Records data concerning transfer of employees between departments;
  • May prorate expenses to be debited or credited to each department for cost accounting records;
  • Prepare periodic reports of earnings, taxes, and deductions;
  • Keep records of leave pay and nontaxable wages; &
  • Prepare and issue paychecks.

CHIEF RECORDS OFFICER

Post Reports to                    :               Chief Records Officer  

Directorate                             :              Finance  

SALARY                                 :              Task Grade 13 of category 1 municipality

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Matric;
  • Bachelors degree preferred, or comparable professional certification or experience in records management
  • Ability to communicate effectively.
  • At least 5 years administrative experience preferably in local government;
  • Knowledge and application of various pieces of legislation/areas with regard to the functioning of the municipality;
  • Be computer literacy; &

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

  • Good report writing and communication skills;
  • Ability to multi-task and ability to work under pressure;
  • Good record keeping skills
  • A strategic and analytical thinker with passion and enthusiasm;
  • Unquestionable integrity honesty and high level of emotional intelligence; &
  • The ability to lead a team of professionals but also be a good team player and people’s person.

RESPONSIBILITIES.

The successful candidate will be responsible for all payroll functions including the following:-

  • Storing, arranging, indexing and classifying records;
  • Facilitating and maintaining the development of long-term filing systems to meet administrative, legal and financial requirements;
  • Enforcing the implementation of retention and disposal schedules;
  • Overseeing the management and destruction of archived paper and electronic information;
  • Setting up, maintaining, reviewing and documenting archive systems;
  • Identifying the most appropriate records management resources;
  • Advising on and implementing new records management policies and classifications systems;
  • Ensuring compliance with relevant legislation and regulations;
  • Advising on the changeover from paper to electronic records management systems;
  • Preserving the integrity of archived corporate records;
  • Resolving problems with information management by effective use of software and other resources;
  • Enabling appropriate access to archived information;
  • Responding to internal and/or external information enquiries; &
  • Ensuring privacy is maintained for confidential records

Canvassing is strictly prohibited and proof thereof will disqualify applicants.

Applications must be accompanied of comprehensive CV, certified copies of qualifications, ID, unendorsed driver’s license and covering letter that indicate the position you are applying for and must be sent by post to:

The Municipal Manager; Hlabisa Local Municipality; P O Box 387; Hlabisa; 3937 OR Hand delivered to Lot 808, Off Masson Street; Hlabisa 3937

FAXED OR E-MAILED APPLICATIONS AND THOSE WITHOUT ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

Hlabisa Local Municipality subscribes to an affirmative action programme that is non-racial, non-sexist, non-discriminatory but based on merits. The Council reserves the right not to make any appointment.

Should you not be contacted within 30 days of the closing date, please accept that your application had been unsuccessful.

Further enquiries maybe directed to the Human Resources Manager Mrs L N Phakathi-Ndebele on 035-838 8500 during office hours

CLOSING DATE : 22 JANUARY 2014

MR D A KHUMALO

THE MUNICIPAL


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