Senior Administrative Officer Component: Human Resource Management

REF NO: DRPW 26/10/2017
SALARY : R 281 418 per annum (level 8)
CENTRE : Sarah Baartman Region (Port Elizabeth)
CLOSING DATE : 17 November 2017

An appropriate BachManagement or Human Resource Development with at least 3 years relevant experience in Human Resource Development.
Working knowledge of Persal with Introduction to Persal certificate attached is a prerequisite or any HR Information system accompanied with certificate relevant to the post license.
Knowledge & Skills: Knowledge & understanding of policies, practices and procedures applicable to Human Resource Management and Development as well as government financial systems.
Knowledge of education and training quality assurance processes and procedures.
Good knowledge regarding implementation of policies in relation to PMDS as well as managing performance information.
Good interpersonal relations skills with ability to interact and communicate well (verbally and in writing) with people at various levels.
Basic understanding of Employment Equity legislation and its implementation in the workplace.
Sound research, report writing, problem solving, and organizing, planning and administrative skills.
Good analytical, innovative and creative thinking abilities.
Ability to work in a team and under pressure.

Implementation of training and development within the region by: – Participating in the development of training plans, procedure manuals and guides on course materials.
Evaluate training materials prepared by instructors to ensure applicability and relevance of required training.
Conduct training needs analysis in order to compile and implement the Workplace Skills Plan for the Region as well as develop training programmes.
Report on the training budgetary requirements and needs.
Monitor, assess, record and report on training activities and program effectiveness for improvement of existing programmes.
Manage and coordinate induction and orientation programmes.
Ensure effective functioning of the Skills Development Committee.
Provide accurate data for the development of regional Training Plan.
Learnership and Internship management: – Provide logistical arrangements with regards to the appointment of unemployed graduates as interns or TVET learners.
Ensure proper implementation of internship and learnership programmes.
Performance management: – Effectively and efficiently implement PMDS within the Region.
Monitor compliance to 111 Employment Equity gaps and promote effective implementation of Employment Equity Plan through training and development, bursary and performance management.
Bursary management: – coordinate the placement of bursary holders within the region.
Advise/assist officials or students applying for bursaries and issue bursary application forms.
Take part in bursary committee meetings.
Market the Departmental careers during career exhibitions as invited.
Assist bursary holders with regards to their tuition fees, accommodation and study material.
Communicate with educational institutions to strengthen relationship.
Compile management reports.
Render general administrative duties related.
Supervise team within the unit.

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