Senior Personnel Practitioner: Human Resource Development

REF NO: 2020/04
SALARY : R316 791 per annum
CENTRE : Kimberley Regional Office
CLOSING DATE : 31 January 2020

A three year tertiary (NQF Level 6) qualification or equivalent qualification as recognised by SAQA.
Relevant experience in training and development practices.
Knowledge of standards, practices, processes and procedures related to HR development.
structure and functioning of the Department.
Employment Equity Plan of the Department.
regulatory framework related to HR development, including the Skills Development Act.
Constitution of the RSA, Public Service Act and Regulations, Collective Agreements, Codes of Remuneration and the Public Finance Management Act.
Basic numeracy.
interpersonal and diplomacy skills.
general administration and organisational skills.
interpretation of policies.
ability to undertake basic research/gather information.
computer utilisation.
financial administration.
change/diversity management.
analytical thinking.
problem solving skills.
motivational skills.
influencing skills.
presentation skills.
advanced negotiation skills.
conflict management.
communication and report writing abilities.
ability to work under stressful situations.
ability to communicate at all levels.
people orientated.
ability to work independently.

Support the skills development process with regard to.
compliance with legislative requirements, the skills facilitation process, skills audit of regional competencies, development of individual development plans, development and implementation of the workplace skills plan, developing training plans and reports.
Support the provisioning of education, development and training.
support learnership and internship processes, ensure access to skills development opportunities on the basis of individual development plans, support the development and participation of mentors and coaches, facilitate induction programmes, facilitate the certification of successful learners, support the utilisation of related service providers, maintain the skills development database, compile data on training statistics, perform nodal point activities related to skills development administrative functions, provide secretarial support to regional education, development and training committees.
Assist in the administration of study support.
facilitate and market the allocation of study support, administrate the allocation and management of bursaries.
Support personnel performance management processes.
facilitate and monitor respective performance management processes, provide support and advice to supervisors and managers on the administration of the performance management process in general, and particularly during performance reviews, appraisals and processing of performance bonuses and rewards, determine and analyse trends on performance management, including data/statistics on employment equity, support integration of performance management processes with related HR processes.
facilitate the award of incentives for good performance and monitor the management of poor performance.