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Campus: Central Office 

Salary: R316 791.00 (Salary Level 8) plus benefits as applicable in the Public Service 

Ref: SAOLR/02/2020 

Minimum Requirements: Grade 12 or equivalent qualification and National Diploma/Degree in Labour Relations or equivalent qualification with three (3) years’ experience in labour relations. Computer literacy (Microsoft Office Suite, Ms Word, Ms Excel, Ms PowerPoint) and a valid driver’s licence. 

Recommendations: Knowledge of PERSAL. Must have excellent presentation skills, ability to communicate well with people at different levels and from diversified backgrounds. The prospective appointee should have sound verbal and written communication skills, sound organizational and planning skills. High level of reliability and ability to handle confidentiality. Must have sound analytical thinking and research skills. High level of conflict management skills and ability to be part of negotiations. Ability to act with tact and discretion and handle conflict. Good telephone etiquette and interpersonal skills. Basic skills on report writing. Ability to work under pressure and to take initiative. Ability to work independently and in a team. Sound knowledge of the public service regulations, public service act and a myriad of other relevant human resource legislative imperatives. Experience in labour relations is an essential requirements for the post. 

Duties: Administer and investigate grievances. Investigate, initiate and/or preside over misconduct cases. Represent the College at conciliation and arbitrations and facilitate the implementation of settlement agreements and arbitration awards. Ensure compliance with legislative framework relating to grievances and disputes. Keep or maintain statistical records in respect of all grievances, disciplinary and disputes handled within the College. Compile reports/submissions in respect of grievances, disputes, advice on industrial action matters. Promote sound labour peace within the College. Produce monthly report and analyse the report to establish trends and develop interventions where necessary. 

Contribute to the College’s planning and monitoring and evaluation processes. Manage the implementation of policies, resolutions, plans and strategies relating to labour relations. Ensure compliance with legislative framework and monitor and evaluate implementation thereof; further suggest improvements where necessary. Develop internal control measures, guidelines and standard operating procedures on labour relations in line with National and Departmental human resource practices, guidelines and policies. Conduct in-service training and induction of staff on labour related matters. Attend to audit queries including the implementation of the recommendations thereof. Advice management, employees and the department on labour relations practices, procedures, guidelines and policies, etc. Support the Human Resource Manager in achieving the strategic objectives of the College on labour relations management. Be willing to undergo continuous training and development. Attend and run meetings. 

Enquiries: Mr KA Shangase Tel. 0343264888 

Before you apply: 

Please take note that correspondence will only be conducted with the shortlisted candidates. If you have not been contacted within three (3) months of the closing date of the advertisement, please accept that your application is unsuccessful. 

Majuba TVET College reserves the right not to fill any of these advertised posts. 

Applications: Applications must be submitted on form Z83 (Public Service Application form), obtainable from any Public 

Service Department, and must be completed in full. Applications must be accompanied by a CV, certified copies of qualifications, identity document and valid driver's license. Please Note: All copies attached must be certified a true copy of the original and not older than three months. Please send a separate and complete application for each post you apply for, stating the correct reference for each position you are interested in. Faxed and e-mailed applications will not be accepted. Candidates must comply with the minimum appointment requirements. 

CV's should be aligned to reflect one's degree of compliance with the advert requirements and responsibilities. 

It is the sole responsibility of an applicant to ensure that their application reaches Majuba TVET College before 28 February 2020 @ 12H00. Indicate the reference number and position you are applying for on your application form (Z83) and post your complete application to the relevant address as indicated below: 

The Principal – Majuba TVET College, Private Bag X6602, Newcastle, 2940 or hand deliver to the ‘CV’ Box at Majuba TVET College Central Office (83 Allen Street, Newcastle), between 07h35 to 15h15. 


Closing date: 28 February 2020 before 12H00 

MAJUBA TVET College is committed to the achievement and maintenance of diversity and equity in employment at which preference will be given, especially in respect of race, gender and disability.