Assistant Director: Professional Integrity And Ethics Promotion

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE
REF NO: 2018/120/OCJ
SALARY : R334 545. R394 065 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE : National Office: Midrand
CLOSING DATE : 13 April 2018

REQUIREMENTS :
Grade 12 and relevant tertiary qualification (3 year Diploma/ Degree in Professional Ethics, Public Management and Administration or equivalent.
A of which two supervisory will be an added advantage.
Knowledge and experience of Anti-corruption initiatives in the public service.
Operational(practical) knowledge of financial disclosure system (e-disclosure system).
Knowledge of Professional Ethics infrastructure in the public service.
Ability to conduct research to compile reports based on good governance legislation, especially, the extent licence.
Skills and competencies: Presentation skills.
Planning and organizing, Knowledge of relevant legislatures related to management, Ethics Fraud and anti-corruption, Client orientation and customer focus, results/quality 32 management, Problem solving and analysis, Service delivery innovation, knowledge of financial disclosure system (e-disclosure system).
Operational knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel and Outlook) and Analytical skills for report writing.

DUTIES :
The incumbent will required to assist with the development and implementation of integrity & ethics management strategy and plan for the department.
Monitoring and evaluating delivery against ethics and anti-corruption plans.
Conduct ethics and integrity awareness sessions for the department.
Conduct research on Anti-Corruption initiatives and Professional Ethics to inform policy development.
Conduct research on the Professional Ethics infrastructure in the public service.
Provide advice and prepare reports on Professional Ethics and Anti-Corruption instruments to key stakeholders.
Provided the system administration functions of the financial disclosure system (e-disclosure), Provide support to the Departmental Ethics Committee.