OFFICE OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE – VARIOUS POSTS X87


OFFICE OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE
The President of the Republic of South Africa proclaimed, by Proclamation No 44 of 2010, the
establishment of the Office of the Chief Justice (OCJ) as a national department on 23 August 2010 to
support the Chief Justice as the Head of the Judiciary and the Head of the Constitutional Court. The
services of the following dynamic person/s are required to capacitate the Office:
APPLICATIONS : National Office: Midrand: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your
application to:
The Director: Human Resources, Office of the Chief Justice,
Private Bag X10, Marshalltown, 2107. Applications can also be hand delivered
to the Office of the Chief Justice, Human Resource Management, 188, 14th
Road, Noordwyk, Midrand, 1685 or Email to applicationsNO@judiciary.org.za
Gauteng: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to:
The Provincial Head, Office of the Chief Justice, Private Bag X7,
Johannesburg, 2000. Applications can also be hand delivered to the 12th floor,
Cnr Pritchard and Kruis Street, Johannesburg or Email
applicationsGAU@judiciary.org.za
Kwazulu-Natal: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application
to: The Provincial Head, Office of the Chief Justice, Private Bag X54372,
Durban, 4000. Applications can also be hand delivered to the Office of the
Chief Justice, Human Resource Management, 1st floor, 2 Devonshire place,
off Anton Lembede Street, Durban or Email to
applicationsKZN@judiciary.org.za
North West: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to:
The OCJ Provincial Head, Office of the Chief Justice, Private Bag X 2033,
Mmabatho, 2735 Applications can also be hand delivered to 22 Molopo Road,
Ayob Gardens: Mafikeng or Email applicationsNW@judiciary.org.za
Eastern Cape: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application
to: The Provincial Head, Office of the Chief Justice, Postal Address: Private
Bag x 13012, Cambridge 5206, East London. Applications can also be hand
delivered to 59 Western Avenue, Sanlam Park Building, 2nd Floor, Vincent
5242, East London or Email to applicationsEC@judiciary.org.za
Mpumalanga: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application
to: The Provincial Head: Office of the Chief Justice, Private Bag X 20051,
Mbombela 1211. Applications can also be hand delivered to, Mpumalanga
Division of the High Court, Office of the Chief Justice Provincial Service Centre,
311 Samora Machel Drive, Mbombela 1200 or Email to
applicationsMP@judiciary.org.za
Northern Cape: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application
to: The Provincial Head, Office of the Chief Justice, Private Bag X5043,
Kimberley, 8300 Applications can also be hand delivered to the High Court, Sol
Plaaitjie Drive, Room B107, Kimberley or Email
applicationsNC@judiciary.org.za
CLOSING DATE : 12 June 2020
NOTE : The Office of the Chief Justice is an equal opportunity employer. In the filling
of vacant posts, the objectives of section 195(1)(i) of the Constitution of South
Africa, 1996, the Employment Equity imperatives as defined by the
Employment Equity Act, 1998 (Act 55) of 1998) and the relevant Human
Resources policies of the Department will be taken into consideration. Women
and People with Disabilities are encouraged to apply Note: Shortlisted
candidates must be willing to undergo normal vetting and verification
processes. All candidates shortlisted for SMS positions will be required to
undergo a technical exercise that intends to test the relevant technical
elements of the job. One of the minimum entry requirements for SMS is the
pre-entry certificate. For more details on the pre-entry course visit:
https://www.thensg.gov.za/training-course/sms-pre-entry-programme/. No
appointment on SMS level will be effected without proof of the completion of
the pre-entry certificate. Applications must be submitted on form Z83,
obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the internet at
www.dpsa.gov.za/documents. The completed and signed form should be
accompanied by a recently updated CV as well as certified copies of all
qualification/s and ID document (no copies of certified copies are allowed;
certification should not be more than three months old). Failure to submit all
the requested documents will result in the application not being considered.
Please indicate the reference number and position you are applying for on your
application form. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only.
If you have not been contacted within three (3) months after the closing date,
please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Applications received
after the closing date, will NOT be considered or accepted.
MANAGEMENT ECHELON


POST 14/15 : CHIEF DIRECTOR: HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND
DEVELOPMENT REF NO: 2020/63/OCJ
SALARY : R1 189 338. per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.
CENTRE : National Office: Midrand
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate qualification (NQF level 7) in Humanities, Social Sciences
(emphasis on Human Resource Management, Public Administration or related
qualifications); A relevant post graduate qualification will be an added
advantage; 6 or more years’ relevant experience of which 5 years’
experience must be at a senior managerial level in a human resource
management environment; Pre-entry certificate. For more details on the preentry course visit: https://www.thensg.gov.za/training-course/sms-pre-entryprogramme/; a valid driver’s license; Willingness to travel; Excellent
understanding and proven ability to implement the Public Service Human
Resource Regulatory Framework, directives as well as the laws governing
human resources management (Labour Relations Act, Employment Equity
Act, Skills Development Act, Occupational Health and Safety Act);Excellent
managerial and organisational skills; Innovative and self-driven professional
with proven leadership skills; Excellent interpersonal skills; and ability to perform
under pressure. Core Management Competencies: Capability and leadership;
Financial management; Programme and project management; People
management and empowerment; Change management; Service delivery
innovation; Client orientation and customer focus; and Communication. Skills
and Behavioural Competencies: Analysis, problem solving and sound judgment;
Decision making; Managing complexity; Planning and organising;
Accountability; Resilience; Customer service orientation; Business performance
management; and Organizational resource management
DUTIES : As the Head of the Human Resource Management and Development Chief
Directorate, the successful candidate will be responsible for providing overall
strategic management and leadership in respect of the Human Resource
Management and Development functions in the Office of the Chief Justice
through: Managing the development of a strategic HR planning and policy
framework that supports the objectives of the Department; Facilitating the
development and maintenance of an organisational structure that is in line with
and supporting the strategic objectives of the Department; Managing the
promotion of the optimal recruitment, utilization and retention of human
resources; Ensuring the provision of human resource support services to
operational staff in line with business requirements and departmental strategy;
Building capacity through human resource development and performance
management; Maintaining an appropriate labour relations environment and
relationships with organised labour and other key role-players; Ensuring a
workforce that is equitably representative at all levels and compliance with the
Employment Equity Act; Facilitating processes for ensuring that the
Department has adequate human resource capacity; Promoting employee
health and wellness in the Department; Undertaking a risk assessment,
implementing and maintaining an effective risk management strategy; Ensuring
compliance with the Public Service Act and all prescripts related to human
resource management; and Managing resources allocated to the Human
Resource Management and Development Unit and administer the performance
management and development system.
ENQUIRIES Ms L Kwinika Tel No: (010) 493 2500


OTHER POSTS
POST 14/16 : STATE LAW ADVISOR, REF NO: 2020/47/OCJ
Re-Advertisement Candidates Who Previously Applied, Need Not Reapply
SALARY : R763 212. per annum (LP7-LP8) (Salary will be in accordance with the
Occupation Specific Dispensation Determination). Applicant must attach a
service certificate/s for determination of their experience. The successful
candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE : National Office: Midrand
REQUIREMENTS : An LLB or 4 years recognised legal qualification. At least 5 years’ appropriate
post qualification litigation or advisory experience. Admission as an advocate
or attorney. A valid driver’s licence. An understanding of the functioning of the
Superior Courts would be an added advantage. Skills and Competencies:
Legal Research and Analytical skills, problem solving and decision-making
skills, Good communication skills (written and verbal). Computer literacy,
Planning and organising skills, and report writing skills.
DUTIES : Conduct legal research on Judges ethics and conduct of Judicial Officers,
Establish and maintain Complaints Register of complaints lodged against
Judges; Provide legal advisory on complaints lodged against Judges, Provide
Secretariat support to the Judicial Conduct Committee and other Committees
of the Judicial Service Commission; and Manage litigation process for the
Judicial Service Commission.
ENQUIRIES : Ms L Mothemane/Ms S Tshidino Tel No: (010) 493 2500


POST 14/17 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REF NO:
2020/48/OCJ
SALARY : R733 257. per annum (All-inclusive remuneration package). The successful
candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE : North West Provincial Service Centre
REQUIREMENTS : A three (3) year National Diploma/Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource
Management and/or Development or Public Administration. A minimum of 5
years’ experience in Human Resource Management of which three years’ must
be at supervisory level and a Valid driver’s licence. Technical knowledge
competencies: Knowledge of Human Resource Administration as well as
Recruitment and Selection. Knowledge of PERSAL, Knowledge and
understanding of the current public service legislations, regulations and
policies. Computer literacy in MS Office. Skills and competencies: Good verbal
and written communication skills; Strong leadership and Project management
skills; Good interpersonal relations skills, Problem solving, Presentation and
Conflict Management skills; Self-disciplined and able to work under pressure
with minimum supervision; People management and Supervisory skills; Policy
Development and Report writing skills.
DUTIES : Develop and review HR administration related policies; Manage HR
Provisioning (Recruitment & selection and appointments) in the Province;
Manage staff Establishment of the Province; Manage HR administration,
Training and HR Records in the Province; Manage the Performance
Management and Development system; Manage conditions of service and
benefits for all levels including OSD, MMS and SMS employees; Facilitate the
process of Employee Relations in the Province; Provide expert advisory
support to stakeholders; Responsible for the interpretation and implementation
of OSD policies and resolutions; Give advice on Procedural and technical
related matters in respect of Human Resource administration policies and
strategies to ensure compliance with applicable prescripts and regulations
governing Human Resource Management; Manage and administer policy and
procedure in incapacity leave and ill-health retirement (PILIR) in the
department.
ENQUIRIES : Mr OPS Sebapatso Tel No: (018) 397 7114


POST 14/18 : INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY PROJECT MANAGER
REF NO: 2020/49/OCJ
SALARY : R733 257 per annum (All-inclusive remuneration package). The successful
candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE : National Office: Midrand
REQUIREMENTS : A three (3) year Bachelor’s degree with preference for a B Sc., B Sc (Eng), B
Sc (Computers/IT) or equivalent. Project management diploma or Certificate
i.e. PMP, Prince 2 or equivalent required. Five (5) years of relevant ICT project
management experience. At least five (5) years of relevant ICT Project
Management experience, preferably infrastructure and software development
background. 5 or more years’ experience in managing multiple teams across
multiple projects and methodologies. Experience with traditional and agile
projects. Exposure to Agile, alternative delivery methodologies and
frameworks, PMO structures and functions. Exposure to business processes
analysis, change management, system integration. Exposure to Active
Directory. Group policies, services, and roles. Exposure in the management of
Office 365 or other cloud-based solutions. Valid Driver’s licence. Technical
knowledge and competencies: Knowledge of Project Management
Methodologies. A good understanding of the ICT industry, Project Governance
and Government processes. Create and maintain fit for purpose project
methodology, practices and tools in line with best practices and that will enable
the efficient and effective delivery of projects. Ensure applicable project
documentation is created in line with methodology. Behavioural Competencies:
Effective leadership, interpersonal and communication skills. Impact and
influence. Good understanding of the procurement process including
negotiation with third parties. Good knowledge of program and project
management methods including MSP and PRINCE2 or PMBOK. Good
knowledge of budgeting and resource allocation procedures. Sufficient
seniority and credibility to advise project teams on their projects in relation to
the program and also to resolve conflicts. The ability to find ways of solving or
pre-empting problems.
DUTIES : Coordinate the development of Service Level Agreements and the Portfolio
Management Frameworks and Methodologies. Develop project plan or
relevant management and delivery approach OR Project management life
cycle. Ensure that projects are delivered on time, in budget and to the required
quality standard as per project schedule. Identify and manage project
dependencies, risks, issues and impediments. Manage, monitor and evaluate
the cross functional team assigned to the project.
ENQUIRIES : Ms S Tshidino/ Ms B RakgothoTel No: (010) 493 2500/2533


POST 14/19 : COURT MANAGER, REF NO: 2020/50/OCJ
SALARY : R733 257. per annum (All-inclusive remuneration package). The successful
candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE : High Court: Grahamstown
REQUIREMENTS : A three (3) year relevant qualification in management or administration. 6-8
years’ experience in supervisory or junior management. A valid driver’s licence,
Technical knowledge and competencies: Knowledge of human resources,
Financial, asset and supply chain management, Understanding of facilities and
security management. Leadership capabilities. Behavioural Competencies:
Effective communications skills, Good interpersonal skills, Problem solving
skills, Conflict management skills, Time management and ability to work under
pressure.
DUTIES : Provide strategic and operational leadership to the Division to optimally deliver
on the, OCJ mandate, provide integrated human resource management and
development services, overall financial, asset and supply chain management
services in the Division, Coordinate and facilitate internal audit and risk
management services. Provide administrative and technical support, Monitor
the overall performance of the Court and enhance Judicial stakeholder
relations, Provide effective and efficient management of facilities and security
services to the Judiciary.
ENQUIRIES : Mr S Mponzo Tel No: (043) 726 5217


POST 14/20 : CHIEF REGISTRAR, (RE-ADVERTISEMENT) REF NO: 2020/51/OCJ
Re-advert Candidates who previously applied are encouraged to re-apply
SALARY : R473 820 per annum. (MR-6) (Salary will be in accordance with the Occupation
Specific Dispensation Determination). Applicant must attach a service
certificate/s for determination of their experience. The successful candidate will
be required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE : Middelburg High Court
REQUIREMENTS : An LLB Degree or equivalent qualification. At least 8 years’ appropriate post
qualification legal experience and a valid driver’s licence. Leadership and
Managerial experience. Computer literacy. Skills and Competencies:
Communication (Verbal and Non-verbal), Numerical Skills, Technical
Expertise, Attention to detail, Planning, Organizing and Control, Problem
solving and decision making skills, Customer service, interpersonal skills,
conflict management, work ethic and motivation, Self-management,
Professionalism appearance and conduct.
DUTIES : Mentor and advice on the tracking and management of the progression of all
cases filed in Court. Management of time and events necessary to move cases
from initiation through to disposition. Reporting to the Judge President, make
input on amendments of Court rules. Practice Directives to improve efficiency
at the High Court. Implement directives issued by the Judge President. Manage
implementation of the Departmental Strategic Objectives relating to the
processing of Cases within the Case Flow Management Framework at the High
Court. Reporting, compile training manuals and provide training to Registrars.
Support staff, Stakeholder Management, Human Resources Management,
Court and Case-Flow Management/Quasi-Judicial Functions. Manage Service
Level Agreement Framework. Managing Strategic Court Efficiency Projects
and Best Practices, Information and Case/Court Documentation Management
System. Safeguard case records in accordance with prescripts. Achieve
excellence in delivering the planned Customer Service outcomes (i.e. Service
levels and Standards) for the Department and monitoring the unit’s Service
Delivery in order to achieve the service delivery targets. Ensure the highest
level of Customer Care and Customer satisfaction and Manage PMDS of staff.
ENQUIRIES : Mr V Maeko Tel No: (013) 758 0000


POST 14/21 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: DEMAND MANAGEMENT, REF NO: 2020/52/OCJ
SALARY : R376 596. per annum (The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.
CENTRE : National Office: Midrand
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate three (3) year qualification in Supply Chain Management or any
equivalent qualification, 3 to 5 years’ experience in Supply Chain Management,
of which 2 years must be at supervisory level and a valid driver’s licence. Three
(3) years’ experience in tenders will serve as an added advantage. Knowledge
of relevant legislation, ability to meet deadlines, ability to work under pressure
and preparedness to work overtime when required as well work independently,
must be client orientated with client service experience (internal and external
clients), excellent analytical, planning, project and organizational skills, good
interpersonal relations and ability to work well in a team environment, effective
communication skills (written and verbal) and the understanding of clients and
the ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
DUTIES : Facilitate development of demand Management, facilitate development of
procurement plan, facilitate bid administration and facilitate SCM reporting on
bids.
ENQUIRIES : Ms L Mothemane/Ms S Tshidino 010 493 2500


POST 14/22 : REGISTRAR, REF NO: 2020/53/OCJ
SALARY : R257 073.per annum (MR3 –MR5) (Salary will be in accordance with the
Occupation Specific Dispensation Determination). Applicant must attach a
service certificate/s for determination of their experience. The successful
candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE : High Court: Mthatha
REQUIREMENTS : An LLB Degree or a four (4) year Legal qualification. A minimum of 2–years’
legal experience obtained after qualification. Superior Court or Litigation
experience will be an added advantage. Skills and competencies: Excellent
communication skills (verbal and written). Computer literacy. Numerical skills.
Attention to detail. Planning, organizing and control. Problem solving and
decision making skills. Customer service orientated. Interpersonal skills.
Conflict management. Strong work ethics. Professionalism. Ability to work
under pressure and meeting of deadlines.
DUTIES : Co-ordination of Case Flow Management support process to the Judiciary and
prosecution. Manage the issuing of all processes initiating Court Proceedings.
Co-ordinate, interpreting services, appeals and reviews. Process unopposed
divorces and the facilitation of Pre-Trial conferences. Quality checks on
Criminal Record Book. Authenticate signatures of Legal Practitioners, notaries
and sworn translators. Supervision and management of staff. Provide practical
training and assistance to the Registrars’ Clerks. Ensure annotation of relevant
publications, codes, acts and rules. Attend to and execute requests from the
Judiciary in connection with cases and case related matters. Exercise control
over the management and safekeeping of case records and the record room.
Deal with the files in terms of the relevant codes and Legislation.
ENQUIRIES : Mr S Mponzo Tel No: (043 726 5217)


POST 14/23 : CONTRACT JUDGES SECRETARY (41 POSTS)
(3 Year Contract)
SALARY : R257 508. per annum plus 37% in lieu benefits. The successful candidate will
be required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE : Gauteng: Division: Pretoria (22 Posts), Ref No: 2020/54/Ocj
Gauteng: Local Division: Johannesburg (16 Posts), Ref No: 2020/55/Ocj
Johannesburg: Labour And Labour Appeals Court: (1 Post),Ref No:
2020/56/Ocj
Randburg: Land Claims Court: Land Claims Court: (Post Based In Durban) (1
Post), Ref No: 2020/57/Ocj
Durban High Court: (1 Post), Ref No: 2020/58/Ocj
REQUIREMENTS : Grade (12), One (1) to three (3) years’ Secretarial experience or as an Office
Assistant and a valid driver’s licence. An LLB Degree or a minimum of 20
modules completed towards an LLB, BA or BCom Law Degree will serve as an
added advantage and results must accompany the application. Shortlisted
candidates will be required to pass a typing test. Skills and Competencies:
Proficiency in English; Good communication skills (verbal and written).
Administration and organizational skills. Exceptional interpersonal skills. Ability
to meet strict deadlines and to work under pressure. Attention to detail.
Customer care service skills and excellent typing skills. Confidentiality and time
management. Computer literacy (MS Word) and research capabilities.
DUTIES : Typing (or format) of draft memorandum decision; opinions or judgement
entries written by or assigned by Judge; Provide general
secretarial/administrative duties to the Judge; Manage and type
correspondence; Judgements and orders for the Judge; Arrange and diarize
appointments; meetings for official visits and make travel and accommodation
arrangements; Safeguarding of all case files and the endorsement of case files
with an order made by Judge; Update files, documents and provide copies of
documents to the Registrar; Perform digital recording of Court proceedings on
urgent court cases after hours and ensure integrity of such recordings; Store,
keep and file Court records safely. Accompany the Judge to the Courts;
Management of Judge’s vehicle, logbook and driving thereof; Compile data and
prepare reports and documents for assigned Judges as necessary; including
expense reports, continuing legal hours, financial disclosure statements and
case management; Arrange receptions for the Judge and his or her visitors and
attend to their needs; Management of Judge’s library and updating of
documentation; Execute legal research as directed by the Judge and comply
with Prescripts; Departmental policies, procedures and guidelines.
ENQUIRIES : Gauteng:Ms T Mbalekwa Tel No: (011) 335 0404
Durban: Ms L Marrie Tel No: (031) 372 3164


POST 14/24 : STATE ACCOUNTANT REF NO: 2020/59/OCJ
SALARY : R257 508. per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.
CENTRE : National Office: Midrand
REQUIREMENTS : A three (3) year National Diploma/Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting. 3 years
working experience as Accounting Clerk. Skills and Competencies:
Understanding of Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), and treasury
regulations, Analytical thinking, Planning and Organising, Diversity
management, Human relations and communications skills, Knowledge of
financial systems, e.g BAS, LOGIS, and PERSAL, Computer literacy (Word,
Excel, PowerPoint), Ability to work under pressure, Administrative and
organisational skills, Sound interpersonal relations, Accuracy and attention to
detail.
DUTIES : Compile payment advices for payments processing and ensure all supporting
documents are attached, verification of invoices from service providers, handle
queries from officials, capturing of invoices on BAS and safety Web, identifying
outstanding payments from the invoice register, reconciliation of relevant
accounts, assists in attending Audit queries and provide copies of documents
when necessary, safekeeping and filling of payments advices (batch
processing), assist with the development and maintenance of Departmental
expenditure policies and delegations. Prepare reconciliations of payments of
accounts.
ENQUIRIES : Ms S Tshidino/ Ms B Rakgotho Tel No: (010) 493 2500/2533


POST 14/25 : LIBRARIAN, REF NO: 2020/60/OCJ
SALARY : R257 508. per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.
CENTRE : Northern Cape High Court: Kimberley
REQUIREMENTS : A three-year National Diploma/Degree in Library Science/ Information Science
or equivalent qualification. Minimum of two years’ experience in Library and
information systems. Experience in legal library will be an added advantage.
Knowledge of Library and Information Science. Knowledge of library prescripts,
legislation, procedure and processes. Skills and Competencies:
Communication, Planning, Organising and control, Computer Literacy
(Microsoft Office), Analytical thinking, Decision making skills, Ability to work
under pressure, Language proficiency, Conflict management and supervisory
skills.
DUTIES : Render an effective and efficient library and information service to the users of
the library and chambers. Manage the Library and information systems. Assist
with book selection for the library and chambers. Classify and catalogue the
High Court library material. Render reference and information services for the
High Court Library. Monitor the library budget and give inputs to the library
budget. Market and promote library services. Perform administration and
supervisory services.
ENQUIRIES : Ms S RuthvenTel No: (053) 807 2733


POST 14/26 : REGISTRAR’S CLERK, REF NO: 2020/61/OCJ
SALARY : R173 703 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a
performance agreement.
CENTRE : Gauteng Local Division: Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12. Skills and Competencies: Computer skills, good communication
skills (written and verbal), good interpersonal and Public Relation skills, good
Administration and Organisational skills; Customer Service skills; Ability to
work under pressure; Additional Competencies, which may be of advantage:
paralegal qualification, knowledge of court process and procedures.
DUTIES : Render efficient and effective support services to the Court; Issuing of Court
process at General Office, case management duties; render counter service
duties /functions. Prepare, analyse and submit Court statistics; Maintain and
keep all registers for Civil and Criminal matters; Filing and archiving of both
Civil and Criminal process; Attending to case management and set down
notices; Act as a liaison between Judges and Legal Practitioners;
Requisitioning of accused persons from prison. Attend to correspondence and
enquiries from the public and stakeholders. Prepare and send cases to
transcribers for appeal and review purposes; attend to complaints from
prisoners and members of the public; administrative duties in respect of mental
health, petition, review and appeal matters; Act as a liaison between Registrar
and Legal Practitioners, provide administrative support in general as requested
by the Chief Registrar, Court Manager and Supervisor.
ENQUIRIES : Ms T Mbalekwa Tel No: (011) 335 0404


POST 14/27 : DRIVER, REF NO: 2020/62/OCJ
SALARY : R122 595.00 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to
sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE : High Court: Durban
REQUIREMENT : Adult Basic Education and Training (ABET) or Grade 10 plus a minimum of 2
years’ experience as a messenger or driver. A valid code 8 drivers licence plus
Public Drivers permit (PDP) will be an added advantage. Skills and
Competencies: Computer literacy (MS Office), Good communication skills
(verbal and written), Attention to detail, Problem solving skills, Ability to liaise
with team members and members of the public, Ability to work under pressure,
Ability to work independently as well as in the team, Good organising, Good
interpersonal relations, must be responsible and have good work ethics.
DUTIES : Collect and deliver mail, distribute mail to various offices, Collect post bag from
the post office, Transport officials to various destinations, Daily delivery and
collection of posts from post office, Distribution of urgent /hand delivered mail
to various offices, Delivery of outgoing mail to post office, Maintenance of
register of mail distribution and ensure safeguarding of all correspondence.
ENQUIRIES Ms L Marrie Tel No: (031) 372 3164