Programme Management Administrator: Programme/project Infrastructure Delivery: Education

PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: WESTERN CAPE DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY SAFETY
REF NO: TPW 2018-75
SALARY : R334 545 per annum (Level 9)
CENTRE : Department of Transport and Public Works, Western Cape Government
CLOSING DATE : 14 May 2018

REQUIREMENTS :
A relevant 3-year National Diploma/B-relevant experience in Project Management.
Recommendations: Experience in the following.
Management of people.
Information Systems/ IT.
Programme/ Portfolio Management.
Business Process Design.
Competencies: Use and application of Project Management Information Systems, document administration and control.
Information Management.
Proven computer literacy.
Training / support to users.
Good communication (written and verbal) communication skills in at least two of the official languages of the Western Cape.
Report writing and strategic thinking skills.
Good planning and organisational skills.

DUTIES :
Effective management of Programme Information Administrators and support of the Project & Programme Management Discipline.
Ensuring appropriate performance of subordinate project information administrators and managing the performance of key resources (staff, systems, information, budgets, etc.
).
Maintain high-level competency in the deployment and application of the enterprise programme management information system/s (such as RPM/EPM), improvements and upgrades.
Assist the relevant stakeholders, including programme/ project managers and project teams, by providing a framework for them to operate within, including structures, processes, reporting lines, standards and coaching.
Ensure capture of accurate and useful project information and production of reports including all prescribed reports (such as APP, APR, QPR, IRM, etc) that are timeously made available to all users as required and that the project documentation are available for auditing purposes.
Support the production of the statutory annual documents (viz.
the Infrastructure Programme Implementation Plans (IPIPs), and the Service Delivery Agreements) between Education Infrastructure and its client departments with correct inputs and that documents are correctly compiled to the relevant standard.
Monitor the executive approval process, distribute and file the signed copies.

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