Department of Sport and Recreation – SRSA Vacancies – 2020


SRSA Vacancies – 2020

Dear Prospective applicant

In light of the recent extension of the nation wide lockdown announced by the President, the Department will review and update the extension of the closing date for applications after the lockdown has been lifted.

DIRECTOR: COMMUNITY RECREATION

Chief Directorate: Active Nation

Directorate: Community Recreation

REF: 01/03/2020

Salary: An all-inclusive salary of R1 057 326.00 per annum. The package includes a basic salary (70% of package) and a flexible portion that may be structured in terms of the Senior Management Service Handbook

Requirements: •An undergraduate qualification (NQF Level 7) as recognized by SAQA in Sport Science/ Administration. coupled with five (5) years appropriate experience at a middle/ senior management level • Must be a S.A. Citizen or a Permanent Resident and must be in possession of a Code 08 driver’s licence •Must be willing to travel extensively and work irregular hours and over weekends •Shortlisted candidates will also be expected to undertake a pre-entry practical exercise on the technical or generic requirements of the post and a Competency Assessment to assess suitability and to identify developmental gaps • Candidates must furthermore be multi-skilled, dynamic, self-motivated professional with well-developed and proven leadership and management abilities • Extensive experience in the sport and recreation environment • Good communication, managerial, organizational and writing skills • Strong negotiation and interpersonal skills • Ability to interact at a high level

Core Management Competencies: • People Management and Empowerment • Financial Management • Client Orientation and Customer Focus • Strategic Capability and Leadership • Programme and Project Management • Change Management • Knowledge Management • Service Delivery Innovation • Problem Solving and Analysis • Communication • Honesty and Integrity and • the Batho Pele Principles • Team Building.

Duties: • Manage the Directorate • Responsible for planning and organizing the activities of the Directorate to ensure optimum service delivery • Manage and monitor own directorate’s expenditure • Provides strategic leadership pertaining to the development and implementation of best practices, policies, procedures and systems to enhance delivery of mass participation projects funded through the conditional grant.• Strategically facilitates, gives guidance, monitors and evaluates  the implementation of community sport, active recreation, community outreach projects and projects funded through the conditional grant • Scan the sporting, political and social environment to keep abreast of new developments • Identify strategic and operational risks and finalise strategies to mitigate risks. Identify threats and possible opportunities; identify when changes/adaptation of existing processes and systems are required  • Collaborate with strategic partners and stakeholders to deliver on Sport and Recreation programmes and projects • Advise stakeholders, SRSA ministry and management on sport and recreation related issues • Provide strategic leadership pertaining to programmes and coordinate and integrate programmes to increase the number of participants in sport and recreation activities  Monitor existing mass participation programmes • Ensure proper recordkeeping.

For post-related enquiries, please contact Ms I Masisi, tel. (012) 304 5204

For general enquiries, please contact Ms J Boonzaaier, tel. (012) 304 5007

DIRECTOR: SPORT SUPPORT SERVICES

Chief Directorate: Winning Nation

Directorate: Sport Support Services

REF: 02/03/2020

Salary: An all-inclusive salary of R1 057 326.00 per annum. The package includes a basic salary (70% of package) and a flexible portion that may be structured in terms of the Senior Management Service Handbook

Requirements: •An undergraduate qualification (NQF Level 7) as recognized by SAQA in Sport Science/ Administration. coupled with five (5) years appropriate experience at a middle/ senior management level • Must be a S.A. Citizen or a Permanent Resident and must be in possession of a Code 08 driver’s licence •Must be willing to travel extensively and work irregular hours and over weekends •Shortlisted candidates will also be expected to undertake a pre-entry practical exercise on the technical or generic requirements of the post and a Competency Assessment to assess suitability and to identify developmental gaps • Candidates must furthermore be multi-skilled, dynamic, self-motivated professional with well-developed and proven leadership and management abilities • Extensive experience in the sport and recreation environment • Good communication, managerial, organizational and writing skills • Strong negotiation and interpersonal skills • Ability to interact at a high level.

Core Management Competencies: • People Management and Empowerment • Financial Management • Client Orientation and Customer Focus • Strategic Capability and Leadership • Programme and Project Management • Change Management • Knowledge Management • Service Delivery Innovation • Problem Solving and Analysis • Communication • Honesty and Integrity and • the Batho Pele Principles.

Duties: • Manage the Directorate • Responsible for planning and organizing the activities of the Directorate to ensure optimum service delivery as well as staff development, evaluations, feedback, discipline and ongoing coaching• Ensure that the transfer of best practices occurs within the department focusing on commitment, team building, role modeling and attitude/behaviour change. • Manage and monitor own directorate’s expenditure•  Ensure that office equipment and stationery are maintained within the office and that equipment is used correctly • Ensure repair and maintenance is conducted on office infrastructure as and when need arises • Responsible for the supervision, training, mentoring, evaluations, feedback, discipline and ongoing coaching and development of all sub-ordinates  • Provide strategic leadership pertaining to programmes to support sport and recreation structures  • Keep abreast with international best practices with regards to support of sports and recreation structures •  Manage the development and maintenance of a framework to support sport and recreation structures  • Manage the development and implementation of interventions to increase, improve and maintain support of sport and recreation structures  • Manage the development of delivery mechanisms to increase, improve and maintain the support of sport and recreation structures •  Oversee the management of the monitoring of support to sport and recreation structures  • Oversee regular reporting on status and progress  • Develop the strategic vision of the Directorate  •  Ensure integrated support to sport and recreation structures  • Liaise between Departments and Directorates within SRSA in order to ensure an integrated approach to support of sport and recreational structures  • Ensure integration of service delivery / planning  • Monitor existing support of sport and recreation structures  • Advise stakeholders, SRSA Ministry and Management on sport and recreation related issues  • Advise SRSA management on client support related issues, including other relevant policies and legislation. • Communicate the Directorate’s strategic vision.

For post-related enquiries, please contact Mr S Mncube, tel. (012) 304 5173

For general enquiries, please contact Ms N Zinganto, tel. (012) 304 5192

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

DIRECTOR: ATHLETE, COACH AND TECHNICAL OFFICIATING SERVICES

Chief Directorate: Winning Nation

Directorate: Athlete, Coach and Technical Officiating Services

REF: 03/03/2020

Salary: An all-inclusive salary of R1 057 326.00 per annum. The package includes a basic salary (70% of package) and a flexible portion that may be structured in terms of the Senior Management Service Handbook

Requirements: •An undergraduate qualification (NQF Level 7) as recognized by SAQA in Sport Science/ Administration. coupled with five (5) years appropriate experience at a middle/ senior management level • Must be a S.A. Citizen or a Permanent Resident and must be in possession of a Code 08 driver’s licence •Must be willing to travel extensively and work irregular hours and over weekends •Shortlisted candidates will also be expected to undertake a pre-entry practical exercise on the technical or generic requirements of the post and a Competency Assessment to assess suitability and to identify developmental gaps • Candidates must furthermore be multi-skilled, dynamic, self-motivated professional with well-developed and proven leadership and management abilities • Extensive experience in the sport and recreation environment • Good communication, managerial, organizational and writing skills • Strong negotiation and interpersonal skills • Ability to interact at a high level.

Core Management Competencies: • People Management and Empowerment • Financial Management • Client Orientation and Customer Focus • Strategic Capability and Leadership • Programme and Project Management • Change Management • Knowledge Management • Service Delivery Innovation • Problem Solving and Analysis • Communication • Honesty and Integrity and • the Batho Pele Principles.

Duties: • Manage the development and maintenance of policy, systems, norms and standards for the provisioning of support to targeted athletes, coaches and officiating officials

• Develop programmes to support national federations with the scientific development of targeted athletes and coaches • Manage processes to monitor, evaluate and report on compliance with policy, systems, norms and standards for the provisioning of support to targeted athletes, coaches and officiating officials as well as targeted support programmes • Liaise with sport entities, school sport, community club units and sport service providers to ensure an integrated approach towards the development of targeted athletes, coaches and officiating officials • Liaise with South  African Institute for Drug-free Sport (SAIDS). Ensure compliance to World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Code Advise stakeholders, SRSA Ministry and Management on sport and recreation related issues• Ensure the effective and efficient utilisation of resources allocated to the Unit including, human, financial and other resources • Oversee the Directorate’s budget and resources in accordance with the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) of 1999 and Treasury Regulations.

For post-related enquiries, please contact Mr S Mncube, tel. (012) 304 5173

For general enquiries, please contact Ms N Tshabalala, tel. (012) 304 5142

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

DIRECTOR: INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING

Chief Directorate: Infrastructure

Directorate: Infrastructure Planning

REF. 04/03/2020

Salary: An all-inclusive salary of R1 057 326.00 per annum. The package includes a basic salary (70% of package) and a flexible portion that may be structured in terms of the Senior Management Service Handbook

Requirements: • A relevant undergraduate qualification (NQF 7) in the Built-Environment coupled with 5 years of appropriate experience at a middle/ senior management level in the Public Sector Management, and/or related management experience, in the delivery and oversight of infrastructure programmes.• A multi-skilled, dynamic, self-motivated professional with well-developed, proven leadership and management abilities • Thorough knowledge of the sporting environment in South Africa will be an added advantage • Excellent managerial, organizational and writing skills• Strong negotiation and interpersonal skills• The ability to interact at a high level • A Code 08 driver’s license and willingness to travel • Professional registration with a relevant Professional Council in South Africa will be desirable • Computer Literacy

Core Management Competencies: •Strategic Capability and Leadership •Financial Management skills, •People Management and empowerment skills •Programme and Project Management skills• Problem solving and analysis, as well as Change and Risk Management skills• Policy development and implementation skills• Good communication skills

Duties: • Medium Term Expenditure Budget, Annual Budget, Adjustment Budget, Infrastructure Programme Management Plan (IPMP), Construction Procurement Strategy and Infrastructure Programme Implementation Plan (IPIP) • Oversight of Capital and Scheduled Maintenance Project Implementation • Manage leases and utilities • Institutional support to the identified Sport and Recreation Facilities where infrastructure projects are implemented and where changes in the operational sport and recreation systems are required • Strategic management of the Directorate in terms of setting of the visionary and strategic direction, participating in strategic planning, evaluate performance against agreed performance indicators, monitor and report progress and ensure compliance to service delivery imperative and legal prescripts. Manage Human Resources of the Directorate to achieve the pre-determined performance indicators and service delivery imperatives, motivated, competent, appreciated and performance orientated staff and sound Labour Relations.

For post-related enquiries, please contact Mr L Mogoera, tel. (012) 304 5294

For general enquiries, please contact Ms N Zinganto, tel. (012) 304 5192

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: RISK MANAGEMENT

(CONTRACT POST UNTIL 31 JULY 2020)

REF. 05/03/2020

Salary: An all-inclusive salary of R869 007.00 per annum. The package includes a basic salary (70%/75% of package) and a flexible portion that may be structured in terms of the Middle Management Service Guidelines

Requirements: • Candidates must have as a minimum qualification a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification in Internal Audit (NQF 6) with at least 5 years’ appropriate experience in a relevant discipline• Enterprise Risk Management Framework, Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act No 1 of 1999) and Treasury Regulations. Understanding and application of International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing. A multi-skilled and dynamic professional, with self-motivation and well-developed, proven leadership and middle management abilities • Good communication, managerial, analytical and writing skills, with the ability to interact at high-profile levels • Must be a South African citizenship or a Permanent Resident • Must be in possession of a South African Code 8 driver’s licence and willingness to travel.

Duties: Drive the Directorates internal audit strategic plan  • Development and management of a rolling three years internal audit plan as well as in-year plan  • Perform and manage diverse internal audit assignments at the corporate level  • Provide internal audit assurance and consultancy services to the organisation as may be required from time to time  • Supervision and co-ordination of the Directorate’s budget •  Manage communication and relationship between the Directorate and its clients both internally and externally •  Review and quality-check internal audit report •  Report on all audit activities to Audit Committee and Accounting Authority on a quarterly basis  • Represent the Directorate in all relevant bodies and institutions as may be required. • Work with Senior Management to develop the overall enterprise risk management vision, risk management strategy, risk management policy, as well as risk appetite and tolerance levels for approval by the Accounting Officer •  Communicate the risk management implementation plan to all stakeholders in Boxing South Africa  •  Report on all risk management activities to Audit Committee and Accounting Authority on a quarterly basis •  Set up the risk management structure and risk management reporting lines within Boxing South Africa  • Continuously drive the risk process towards best practice  • Develop a common risk assessment methodology that is aligned with the Boxing South Africa’s objectives at strategic and operational levels for approval by the Accounting Authority  • Co-ordinate risk assessments within Boxing South Africa/Division/Business Unit on a regular basis • Sensitise Management in developing and implementing risk responses for each identified material risk  • Participate in the development of the combined assurance plan for Boxing South Africa, together with Internal Audit and Management • Ensure effective information systems exist to facilitate overall risk management improvement within Boxing South Africa • Provide input into the development and subsequent review of the fraud prevention strategy, business continuity plans, occupational health, safety and environmental policies and practices and disaster management plans.

For post-related enquiries, please contact Mr M Seroka, tel. (012) 304-5138

For general enquiries, please contact Ms N Tshabalala, tel. (012) 304 5142

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER GRADE B

Chief Directorate: Infrastructure

Directorate: Infrastructure Support

REF: 06/03/2020

SalaryR809 631.00 –R872 220.00.00 pa (Salary notch will be determined in accordance with experience, as outlined in terms of the Occupation-specific Dispensation for Engineering professions and related occupations)

Requirements: • A Bachelor’s degree or National Diploma in the Built Environment (NQF 6) coupled with 3 years post qualification experience in the Built environment • Compulsory registration as a  Professional Construction Project Manager with the SA Council for the Project and Construction Management Professions (SACPCMP) or as an Engineering Technologist (ECSA) • A multi-skilled, dynamic, self-motivated professional • Knowledge of the sporting environment in South Africa would be an added advantage• Excellent organizational and writing skills• Strong negotiation and interpersonal skills• The ability to interact at a high level • A Code 08 driver’s license and willingness to travel • Computer Literacy and MS Projects • Knowledge of local government infrastructure development programmes and policies

Duties: •Manage and co-ordinate all aspects of projects • Guide the project planning, implementation, monitoring, reporting and evaluation in line with project management methodology • Create and execute project work plans and revise as appropriate to meet changing needs and requirements  • Identify resources needed and assign individual responsibilities  • Manage day-to-day operational aspects of a project and scope; and Effectively apply methodology and enforce project standards to minimize risk on projects • Project accounting and financial management • Report project progress to the Infrastructure Manager  •  Manage project budget and resources • Provide inputs to other professionals with tender administration • Maintain the record management system and the architectural library • Keep up with new technologies and procedures • Research/literature on new developments on project management methodologies; and Liaise with relevant bodies/councils on project management.

For post-related enquiries, please contact Mr L Mogoera, tel. (012) 304 5294 

For general enquiries, please contact Ms N Tshabalala, tel. (012) 304 5142

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

CANDIDATE QUANTITY SURVEYOR

Chief Directorate: Infrastructure

Directorate: Infrastructure Support

REF: 07/03/2020

SalaryR535 563.00 –R568 443.00.00 pa (Salary notch will be determined in accordance with experience, as outlined in terms of the Occupation-specific Dispensation for Engineering professions and related occupations)

Requirements: • A Bachelor’s degree or National Diploma in Quantity Surveying (NQF 6) coupled with 3 years post qualification experiencein Quantity Surveying • Compulsory registration with the SA Council for the Quantity Surveying Profession (SACQSP) as a candidate Quantity Surveyor •A multi-skilled, dynamic, self-motivated professional • Knowledge of the sporting environment in South Africa would be an added advantage• Excellent organizational and writing skills• Strong negotiation and interpersonal skills• The ability to interact at a high level • A Code 08 driver’s license and willingness to travel • Computer Literacy

Duties: •Provide support in surveys to solve practical survey problems (challenges) to improve efficiency and enhance safety • Examine applications on new and existing technologies • Perform surveys of a varied nature • Develop cost effective solutions according to standards• Provide support to Professional Surveyors and associates in field and workshop • Render support in the evaluation plans, existing technical manuals, standard drawings and procedures to incorporate new technology• Promote safety in line with statutory and regulatory requirements •  Keep up with new technologies and procedures; Research/literature studies on survey technology to improve expertise; Liaise with relevant bodies/councils on survey-related matters; and Follow approved programme of development for registration purposes.

For post-related enquiries, please contact Mr L Mogoera, tel. (012) 304 5294 

For general enquiries, please contact Ms N Zinganto, tel. (012) 304 5192

CHIEF WORKS INSPECTOR (2 POSTS)

Chief Directorate: Infrastructure

Directorate: Infrastructure Support

REF: 08/03/2020

SalaryR316 791.00 pa

Requirements: • A Bachelor’s degree or National Diploma (NQF 6) in the Built Environment coupled with 3-5 years’ experience in the field of Infrastructure Support, Management and Delivery •  Multi-skilled, dynamic, self-motivated professional • Knowledge of the sporting environment in South Africa would be an added advantage• Excellent organizational and writing skills• Strong negotiation and interpersonal skills• The ability to interact at a high level • A Code 08 driver’s license and willingness to travel • Computer Literacy

Duties: •Ensure that the structural, mechanical and electro-technical aspects of building constructions are carried out in accordance with plans, specifications and to the required standards • Enforcing the laws and regulations relating to design, construction and building procedures• Ensuring compliance with specifications for construction, assembly and installation of components and products in the construction • Carry out site inspections, prepare reports and make recommendations• Prepare cost estimates • Draw up specifications and lists of materials for new works, as well as for building repairs, refurbishment and extensions• Progress reports and addressing the issue of payments to contractors and/or sub-contractors• Inspect jobs on completion and test the completed buildings or installations for compliance with the relevant specifications.

For post-related enquiries, please contact Mr L Mogoera, tel. (012) 304 5294 

For general enquiries, please contact Ms J Boonzaaier, tel. (012) 304 5007

COMPLIANCE AND ENFORCEMENT OFFICER

Chief Directorate: Infrastructure

Directorate: Infrastructure Support

REF: 09/03/2020

SalaryR316 791.00 pa

Requirements: • A Bachelor’s degree or National Diploma (NQF 6) in the Built Environment coupled with 3-5 years’ experience in the field of Infrastructure Support, Management and Delivery •  Multi-skilled, dynamic, self-motivated professional • Knowledge of the sporting environment in South Africa would be an added advantage• Excellent organizational and writing skills• Strong negotiation and interpersonal skills• The ability to interact at a high level • A Code 08 driver’s license and willingness to travel • Computer Literacy.

Duties: •Research, investigation and analyses of infrastructure, with particular emphasis on sport infrastructures• Perform site inspections of the sport and recreation infrastructure projects• Ensure compliance to sport and recreation infrastructure norms and standards• Ensure compliance to the applicable design guidelines and building standards •Drafting of detailed site reports and recommend remedial actions• Assisting SRSA’s Directorate: Legal Services in preparation for cases and providing testimony at administrative hearings• Draft, implement and maintain policies to address compliance.

For post-related enquiries, please contact Mr L Mogoera, tel. (012) 304 5294 

For general enquiries, please contact Ms J Boonzaaier, tel. (012) 304 5007

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLICANTS

Interested and qualifying applicants may access our website at www.srsa.gov.za for further particulars of each position.   Applicants who previously applied are encouraged to re-apply.

Please Note: All candidates must be South African Citizens or Permanent Residents. All positions are based in Pretoria. Short listed candidates will be vetted and the appointments will be subject to positive vetting results. We encourage all applicants to declare any criminal and or negative credits records.

Sport and Recreation South Africa is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. It is our intention to promote representivity in the Department through the filling of posts and we reserve the right not to fill a position.

Applications must be submitted on Form Z.83, obtainable from any Public Service department which must be originally signed and dated by the applicant and should be accompanied by a comprehensive CV indicating three reference persons with the following information: name and contact numbers as well as an indication of the capacity in which the reference is known to the candidate. Originally certified copies of the matric certificate as well as any other formal qualifications, Identity Document as well as the Driver’s license (where applicable) must be attached (certification must not be older than six (6) months). Failure to comply with the above instructions will result in applications being disqualified. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) and to provide proof of such evaluation. Applicants applying for more than one post must submit a separate form Z83 (as well as the documentation mentioned above) in respect of each post being applied for. If an applicant wishes to withdraw an application, it must be done in writing. Should an application be received where an applicant applies for more than one post on the same application form, the application will only be considered for the first post indicated on the application and not for any of the other posts. Correspondence will be limited to successful candidates only. Short-listed candidates must avail themselves for an interview on a date, time at the venue to be determined by Sport and Recreation South Africa.

All shortlisted candidates for SMS posts will be subjected to a technical exercise that intends to test relevant technical elements of the job, the logistics of which will be communicated by Sport and Recreation South Africa. Following the interview and technical exercise, the selection committee will recommend candidates to attend a generic managerial competency assessment in compliance with the DPSA Directive on the implementation of the competency-based assessments. The competency assessment will be testing generic managerial competencies using the mandated DPSA SMS competency tools.

Please forward your application, quoting the relevant reference number, to the Human Resource Directorate, Sport and Recreation South Africa, Private Bag X896, Pretoria 0001. No faxed or e-mailed applications will be accepted. If you have not been contacted within three months of the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. For hand deliveries: 66 Regent Place, Cnr Queen and Madiba Streets, Pretoria

Closing date:     The Department will review and update the extension of the closing date for applications after the lockdown has been lifted.

Closing date30 June 2020 – 4:00pm