Senior Personnel Practitioner: Labour Relations Employee Health & Wellness And Hr Specialized Services

REF NO: 064/2018 Sub-
Directorate: Labour Relations EHW & Specialised Services
SALARY : R281 418 R331 497 per annum (Level 08) plus benefits
CENTRE : Pretoria
CLOSING DATE : 22 June 2018

A 3 year tertiary qualification (NQF 06) in Labour Relations/Human Resources Management/Development or equivalent with at least 5 years experience of which 3 years must be in Labour Relations/Employee Health and Wellness and 2 years at supervisory level.
Must have Investigation, report writing, motivational, negotiation and advisory skills.
Computer skills and analytical skills.
Should possess the following skills: Ability to apply technical/ professional skills.
Ability to accept responsibility, work independently, and produce good quality of work.
Must be a team player, flexible, reliable and have good verbal and written communication skills.
Must have good Interpersonal relations, Planning and Execution skills and good leadership skills.
Ability to Manage/Control financial resources.
Must have the ability to delegate and empower subordinates.
Knowledge of PFMA and Treasury Regulations and Public Service Act and Regulations.
Drivers licence is a requirement.

The successful candidate will be responsible to render Labour Relations and Employee Health and Wellness services and HR Specialised Services.
This entails Assisting in Developing or revising and facilitating the approval of LR and Employee Health and Wellness policies.
Assisting in drafting policies, consulting employees and labour representatives and sensitizing employees about new policies put on intranet, and conduct workshops.
Advice managers and employees about LR and EHW prescripts and implement them.
Handle grievances, acknowledge receipt of grievances and open and close files for grievances.
Investigate or facilitate the appointment of investigation officers and assist in compiling and submitting investigation reports to the Executive Authority for approval.
Notify the aggrieved parties about the outcome of the investigation.
Refer grievances to the OPSC, and make a follow-up.
Capture the grievances to the internal grievance statistics template and Persal and ensure adherence to the prescribed grievance time frames.
Facilitation of misconduct cases as per disciplinary Code and Procedures.
Facilitate collective Bargaining in the Department and promotion of Gender Mainstreaming within the Department.

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