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ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT (Sl9)

 ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT (Sl9) 

Campus: Central Office 

Salary: R376 596.00 (Salary Level 9) plus benefits as applicable in the Public Service 

Ref: ADHR/01/2020 

Minimum Requirements: Appropriate Bachelor’s degree or National Diploma (NQF level 6/7) in Human Resource Management/Public Administration and/or Industrial Psychology, 5 years’ relevant experience in a corporate organization and at least 2 years’ relevant supervisory experience in a TVET College, University or similar educational institution. 

Recommendations: Conflict management skills with regard to people management. Good communication and writing skills. Knowledge of Public Service Act, Employment of Educators Act, Labour Laws (Basic condition of Employment Act, Labour Relations Act, Skills Development Act, Skills Levy Act, etc.) PFMA. Must be able to understand and interpret HR prescripts and policies. Ability to work under pressure and willingness to work extended hours when required. Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint). A valid driver’s licence and willingness to travel when required. 

Key Performance Areas: Human Resources Services: Provide HR planning and monitoring services by developing policies, processes and procedures; monitoring consistent compliance with prescripts; and monitoring the implementation of employment equity. Provide HR administration services by administering service conditions for staff; advertising and filling of vacancies; managing pension, medical aid and housing allowance for staff; and providing general HRA services including HR registry and Leave Management. Facilitate the maintenance of record management of the HR filing system and PERSAL. Performance management: Provide performance management services by currently using tools like IQMS (lecturing staff), PMDS (office-based lecturing staff) and EPMDS (non- lecturing staff). Human resource development: Provide training to staff by identifying training needs, coordinating training, developing and implementing WSP, conducting skills audits and maintaining skills profiles for staff Administer bursaries (Currently offered by DHET, ETDP SETA, etc.) and internships. Labour Relations: Provide labour relations services by promoting and monitoring labour peace. Provide dispute and grievance services by handling disputes, facilitating speedy conclusion of disputes and resolving grievances within approved mandates Provide disciplinary services by facilitating effective coordination of disciplinary matters within the relevant legislative framework. Unit management. Compile and implement HR unit’s annual performance plan. Compile and manage the unit’s budget and cash flow. Conduct performance reviews with unit’s staff, arrange and monitor personal development plans. Conduct meetings with unit staff and plan and assign work within the unit. 

Enquiries: Mr KA Shangase Tel. 0343264888