Project Manager: Hetmis Project (

REF NO: DHET 124/10/2017) (Contract until March 2020)
Branch: Policy, Planning and Strategy Chief
Directorate: Systems Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Directorate: Information Systems Management
SALARY : R948 174 per annum (All-inclusive remuneration package) (Level 13)
CENTRE : Pretoria
CLOSING DATE : 17 November 2017

REQUIREMENTS :
information systems (or similar qualification) as a major subject.
Have a working on high-level information systems.
Ability to create innovative solutions to complex information management challenges and possess practical experience in business process analysis.
Have a strong project management and organisational skills and the ability to work well under pressure.
Be highly proficient in the development and use of databases such as MS Access, SQL Server, and Oracle.
have advanced knowledge of MS Excel.
have advanced experience with Oracle Endeca.
Have an advanced level of programming skills in the NET environment.
and have excellent communication skills in writing, speaking and in preparing presentations.
Experience and knowledge of the education and training systems will be an e and be prepared to travel.

DUTIES :
Lead the Information Systems Management strategy of the Department and to develop a credible mechanism for skills planning.
Development and management of the Higher Education and Training Management Information System (HETMIS).
Development and maintenance of information policies, processes, standards and system specifications for all sub-sectors in the post-school system.
Development and maintenance of data tools and applications for data collection and integration across the post-school system and related external partner databases.
Provide support to the line functions in the development of their own management information systems and the development, management and maintenance of the central warehouse and reporting portal for the Department.
Provide support in the implementation of the developed management information system for the post-school sectors.
30 Provide support in the management of the online work integrated learning systems of the Department.