Senior Policy Analyst: Public Sector Personnel Policy

REF NO: S094/2019 Division: Budget Office (BO) Purpose: To provide advice and analysis on public sector personnel policy, financial implications in the liaison with the DPSA on general public sector reform matters and embody National Treasury in the general PSCBC remuneration negotiations.
SALARY : R869 007 per annum (all-inclusive remuneration package)
CENTRE : Pretoria
CLOSING DATE : 02 December 2019

experience obtained in government remuneration policy development and negotiations.
A minimum National Diploma/ Degree in Economics/ Accounting.
Knowledge of the government broader framework on remuneration and related policies.

Some key outputs include: Personnel Budget Projections: Develop and maintain a personnel sector database for recordkeeping and improvement of integrity of information, provide an in-depth analysis on personnel budgeting trends and spending, provide projections and advice on spending limitations due to budgetary constraints, provide costing simulations of future expenditure spending trends.
Public Sector Policy Advice: Disseminate policy determinations emanated from DPSA determinations and brief the MoF on its implications, Participate in MTEC, MTBPS and Budget hearings for enhancement of policy and processes, Keep records of policy determinations for future reference, Provide feedback on changes to policy influencing decision-making of stakeholders and their participation Remuneration Policy Development: Provide in-depth analysis and advice on remuneration policy matters for National, Provincial and Local Government.
Assess remuneration policy effectiveness in government against future trends: Consult stakeholders on changes to the remuneration policy developmental issues and consolidate their inputs.
Public Sector Bargaining Council Negotiations, represent employer in PSCBC and sectoral bargaining forums, assist with the preparation of briefing notes to MoF on Remuneration Policy matters impacting on the public service, prepare calculations on preliminary costing proposals of various mandates, Co-represent 30 government in various sub-committees of PSCBC.
Benchmarking and Research: Keep abreast on changes impact government and initiate benchmarking and research best practises with reputable international organisations, engage academic institutions on research projects pertaining to remunerations aspects within government.

Powered by Feedburner