Assistant Director: Human Resources

REF NO: GTVETC 32/10/2017
SALARY : R334 545 per annum, Level 09
CENTRE : Central Office (Goldfields TVET College)
CLOSING DATE : 13 November 2017

REQUIREMENTS :
Grade 12 / NCV Level 4, An Appropriate recognised (3)three-year Bachelor Degree/Diploma in Human Resource Management or relevant qualification in the related field, with 7- experience.
Knowledge of Human Resource Information Systems, the Public Service Regulatory Framework, Human Resource Legislations and Prescripts, Labour Relations Procedures, Client Orientation and Customer Focus, Knowledge of Financial Management is required, Decision Making, Business Report Writing, Written and Communication skills, Planning and Organizing, Presentation Skills, Problem Solving, Strong Analytical Skills, Influencing and working hours may be required.
Competencies to all Candidates: Communication Skills (written, verbal and non-verbal).
Good organisational, administration and planning skills.
Ability to work effectively under pressure and without immediate supervision.
Problem solving skills.
Time management skills.
Willingness to work after hours as and when required.
Self-motivated and computer skills.
Candidates must be professional at all-times regardless
DUTIES :
The successful candidate will be responsible for, amongst others, the following specific tasks: Implement conditions of service and service benefits, policies and procedures.
Facilitate, coordinate and implement advertisement, recruitment and selection processes.
Provide seamless service and consistent application of Recruitment policies, processes and supports common HR systems implementation.
Administer the conditions and service processes i.
e.
leave termination of service and pension matters.
Oversee the maintenance of records management on employee files and on PERSAL.
Facilitate and monitor the implementation of the Performance Management and Development System as well as the management of probation.
Provide expert advice and technical support on performance management and development system, including performance moderations.
Ensure continuous development, implementation and maintenance of the Performance Management and Development Systems.
Ensure the implementation of integrated performance management and skills development policies.
Ensure alignment of incentives with budget as prescribed by the incentives Policy Framework as well as the individual and organisational performance.
Manage the implementation of compensation and reward strategies to effectively distinguish top performers.
Analyse the overall performance result of employees and provide advice on relevant interventions.
Manage and monitor Performance Agreements of members of Senior Management Services in compliance with Chapter 4 of the SMS handbook.
Provide advice to Appeal Committee on grievances emanating from performance assessment outcome.
Recommend suitable training courses and quality assure development programs.
Conduct skills audit to determine the departments/college and employee current skills needs.
Participate in the skills development committee.
Ensure that employees are equipped with the required skills and resources to perform optimally.
Manage compliance of the unit against finance, asset management, supply chain and procurement regulations and policy requirements.
Manage the financial resources of programmes and projects in charge of in accordance to the PFMA.
Identify and monitor financial risks in relation to the projects in the unit.
Ensure on-going education to maintain knowledge and stay abreast of developments in relation to departmental requirements.

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