DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING – VARIOUS POSITIONS (PERMANENT ONLY)


(KING HINTSA (TVET) COLLEGE AND SOUTH CAPE TVET COLLEGE)
The department is committed to providing equal opportunities and practicing affirmative action
employment. It is our intention to promote representivity: (race, gender and disability) in the
Department through the filling of posts and a candidate whose appointment, transfer or promotion
will promote representivity will receive preference.
OTHER POSTS


POST 24/41 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: CURRICULUM SERVICES REF NO:
KHC/2020/10/04
Permanent Appointment
SALARY : R470 040 per annum (Level 10)
CENTRE : King Hintsa TVET College (Central Office)


REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 or Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification at NQF level 4.
Appropriate N diploma/Degree in Education, Teacher qualification and
SACE Registration. 5 years’ experience in the relevant field at least 2
years’ supervisory experience in Education and Training environment.
Must have experience in working at a TVET College in the teaching and
learning disciplines; a sound and thorough knowledge of College
programmes; must have an understanding of DHET’s & College strategic
vision and priorities; be knowledgeable of academic policies and
legislation governing TVET Colleges in South Africa; a valid driver’s
license; have the ability to engage constructively with people; have
excellent communication skills; have very good ambassadorial and
diplomatic skills; have the ability to manage a number of competing
demands; be flexible and adapt to changing circumstances; be willing and
able to exercise judgement and take risks.


DUTIES : Achievement of the requisite pass rate through the monitoring of
assessments, attendance, retention of students and certification; monitor
the implementation of Teaching and Learning; subject improvement plans;
standardization of timetables, Sim rooms & workshops. Ensure the
consolidation and coordination of functions between all academic
structures, sub-structures and campuses to facilitate proper operational
and management reporting. Monitor implementation of WBE during the
year to achieve the college targets; meaningful participation and support
of the College Academic Board and provide strategic leadership regarding
the proficient delivery of all College programmes offering. Liaising with all
staff e.g: Heads of Departments regarding tools; monitor the moderation
process in all levels; manage the college operations including academic,
administration of lecturers for imparting quality programme delivery to
students. Propose and ensure that relevant academic and curriculum
development policies related training is provided, including placement in
business, commerce and industry in collaboration with Marketing and
Learner Affairs. Lead, coordinate, and facilitate the implementation of new
curriculum as required. Formulate strategies and policies related to
performance and ensure its implementation and target achievement as
per the Monitoring and Evaluation tool; building a strong network of
contacts with other institutions and industries; ensuring that day to day
operations of all the programmes in campuses are effectively and
efficiently coordinated; monitor implementation of staff training sessions
in conjunction with other sections. Establish and maintain sound
relationships with quality assurances bodies to ensure quality programme
delivery and compliance. Competencies: Advanced Computer Literacy
(MS Office Package). Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Self-motivated, innovative and diligent person. Report writing an absolute
necessity. Strong organizational, planning, planning, analytical,
Leadership skill and problem solving skills. A valid Driver’s License.


ENQUIRIES : Ms Soyizwapi P at Tel No: (047) 401 6400
APPLICATIONS : Please Forward Your Application, Quoting The Reference Number to: The
Principal, King Hintsa TVET College, Private Bag X3018, Butterworth,
4960 Or Hand Deliver to: 218 Mthatha Road Ibika Township, Butterworth.
Email: Recruitment@kinghintsacollege.edu.za (Reference No. must be
written as the Subject on the emails
NOTE : Applications must be submitted on forms Z83 obtainable from any public
service department and must be accompanied by a comprehensive CV
and certified copies of qualifications. The successful candidate will be
subjected to a security clearance and verification of qualifications.
Interviewed candidates will be subjected to a competency assessment
where necessary. Correspondence will only be entered into with shortlisted applicants. The College /department reserves the right to withdraw
any of the advertised posts at any time depending on the need. Enquiries:
Mr MM Ndzame at Tel No: (047) 401 6400
CLOSING DATE : 06 November 2020, applications received after the closing date or faxed
applications will not be considered.


POST 24/42 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR EXAMINATIONS AND ASSESSMENTS REF
NO: KHC/2020/10/05

Permanent Appointment
SALARY : R470 040 per annum (Level 10)
CENTRE : King Hintsa TVET College
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate M+3 degree or diploma; a professional teacher
qualification with a minimum of 5 years teaching experience; 3-5 years’
experience in the management of assessments and examinations; Must
be computer literate in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook);
Must possess a valid driver’s license; Assessor and / or moderator training
will be an added advantage. Competencies: An extensive understanding
of the DHET Examination & Assessment Policies and revised ICASS
guidelines; Excellent management and organizational skills; Excellent
verbal and written communication skills; Must be prepared to work long
hours when the need arises. Must be able to work under pressure and
adapt to changes in the TVET sector. Computer literate on Assessment &
Examinations eLearning platforms.


DUTIES : Manage the College examination and Assessments Section
Standardization of ICASS Assessments throughout campuses Coordinate Regional Focus Groups on Setting standardized assessments
tasks Co-ordinate the Site Based Assessments (SBA) as per DHET
Guidelines & Policies Manage the campuses Internal Marking Centers.
Ensuring the submissions of all term marks to MIS and meeting deadlines.
Verification of submitted college term marks on assessments & final
resulting. Support the Integrity of the Implementation of ISAT throughout
Campuses. Provide assessment and examination support to all
campuses. Monitor all campuses on the implementation of examination
related policies. Ensuring the state of examination readiness for the
college. Manage the process of pending results and post-examination for
the college. Oversee the process of internal marking for the college.
Manage all College scripts during examinations. Be a Distribution Point
manager during the examination period. Oversee the implementation of
DHET/College Management plans regarding assessments and
examinations. Be the liaising person between the college and DHET on
all the examination related matters Develop, review and implement the
College examination related policies. Provide guidance to the graduation
committee. Writing reports weekly, monthly; and for academic board.


ENQUIRIES : Ms Soyizwapi P at Tel No: (047) 401 6400
APPLICATIONS : Please Forward Your Application, Quoting The Reference Number to: The
Principal, King Hintsa TVET College, Private Bag X3018, Butterworth,
4960 Or Hand Deliver to: 218 Mthatha Road Ibika Township, Butterworth.
Email: Recruitment@kinghintsacollege.edu.za (Reference No. must be
written as the Subject on the emails
NOTE : Applications must be submitted on forms Z83 obtainable from any public
service department and must be accompanied by a comprehensive CV
and certified copies of qualifications. The successful candidate will be
subjected to a security clearance and verification of qualifications.
Interviewed candidates will be subjected to a competency assessment
where necessary. Correspondence will only be entered into with shortlisted applicants. The College /department reserves the right to withdraw
any of the advertised posts at any time depending on the need. Enquiries:
Mr MM Ndzame at Tel No: (047) 401 6400
CLOSING DATE : 06 November 2020, applications received after the closing date or faxed
applications will not be considered.


POST 24/43 : OFFICE MANAGER REF NO: KHC/2020/10/03
Permanent Appointment
SALARY : R376 596 per annum (Level 09)
CENTRE : King Hintsa TVET College- Admin Centre.
REQUIREMENTS : Matric plus a Bachelor’s Degree or National Diploma in Public
Administration or equivalent qualification from a recognized institution of
higher learning. Diploma in Monitoring & Evaluation or an advanced
Monitoring & Evaluation Certificate NQF level 5 and a minimum 5 years’
experience in a public sector/ TVET College. Must be in possession of the
following skills: Proven computer skills, good leadership skill, Excellent
interpersonal and communication skills. Self-motivated, innovative and
diligent person. Report writing an absolute necessity. Strong
organizational, planning, planning, analytical and problem solving skills. A
valid Driver’s License and managerial experience will be an added
advantage.


DUTIES : Manages the provision of strategic information to College Management
for all planning, monitoring and reporting purposes on a monthly basis and
provide support services to sections and units. Maintain the use of the
Monitoring and Evaluation Policy and Framework within the college.
Monitors proper implementation of the strategic plan, monitors compliance
with the Annual Performance Plan (APP) Monitors and Evaluate the
college performance against the planned targets. Facilitating the
development of strategic plan, annual performance plan and operational
plan for the College. Coordinate quarterly, mid – year and annual
performance reports, and produce analysis performance report on
planned targets. Maintaining the Performance Management
recordkeeping system. Ensure the compliance on submission of required
reports to the DHET. Ensure the development and implementation of all
strategic and operational plans, policies and procedures in line with
legislation. Develop College quarterly and annual reports. Manage and
coordinate operations and staff in the Principal’s office. Coordination of
stakeholder engagement. Prepare and manage the office of the
Principal’s budget and ensuring the effective and efficient functions in the
officer within budgetary constraints. Facilitate and provide administrative
support to the Principal and entire Senior Management with regard to all
functions in the office of the Principal. Deal with high level and confidential
correspondence on behalf of the Principal, that does not require a direct
response from the Director General. Organise and prepare for media
briefings and interviews for the Principal. Ensure compliance with the
College policies and legislation. Monitor the implementation of
management resolutions. Any other duties as may be assigned.


ENQUIRIES : Ms Soyizwapi P at Tel No: (047) 401 6400
APPLICATIONS : Please Forward Your Application, Quoting The Reference Number to: The
Principal, King Hintsa TVET College, Private Bag X3018, Butterworth,
4960 Or Hand Deliver to: 218 Mthatha Road Ibika Township, Butterworth.
Email: Recruitment@kinghintsacollege.edu.za (Reference No. must be
written as the Subject on the emails
NOTE : Applications must be submitted on forms Z83 obtainable from any public
service department and must be accompanied by a comprehensive CV
and certified copies of qualifications. The successful candidate will be
subjected to a security clearance and verification of qualifications.
Interviewed candidates will be subjected to a competency assessment
where necessary. Correspondence will only be entered into with shortlisted applicants. The College /department reserves the right to withdraw
any of the advertised posts at any time depending on the need. Enquiries:
Mr MM Ndzame at Tel No: (047) 401 6400
CLOSING DATE : 06 November 2020, applications received after the closing date or faxed
applications will not be considered.


POST 24/44 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT REF NO:
PS01/2020)

(College Council appointment)
SALARY : R376 596 – R443 601 per annum (Level 09) excluding service benefits.
This is a senior appointment, so we are looking for an individual who can
demonstrate the necessary maturity and professionalism which can be
expected to fulfil this role. The person will manage a team of five and
report to the Deputy Principal Finance.
CENTRE : Central Office
REQUIREMENTS : Matric plus a minimum 3-year accredited Degree/Diploma in Cost
Accounting/Logistics Management/Purchasing Management/Public
Administration/Business Management or Supply Chain. A minimum of 5-
7 years relevant work experience of which 2 years in a supervisory
position. Computer Literacy (MS Office). A valid code 08 driver’s license.
Computer Literacy (MS Office). Recommendations: Team leadership
skills. Ability to work as a team. High level computer skills. Problem solving
skills. Planning and organizing skills. People management skills.
Knowledge of ITS will be advantageous. Knowledge of relevant Public
sector legislation, regulations and policies Ability to effectively
communicate in at least two of the three official languages of the Western
Cape. Personal Attributes: Good communicator. Results-driven.
Analytical. Loyal.


DUTIES : Manage the Supply Chain function in accordance with College policy
including Contract management and Supplier database management.
Liaison with various budget holders. Visiting campuses to ensure effective
and efficient operations. Fixed assets management in accordance with
College policy, including disposal management. Ensuring effective and
efficient administration. Identify deviations, fruitless/wasteful and irregular
expenditure. Reporting of various performance activities. Monitor
compliance with policies relating to SCM and report deviations. Preparing
and maintaining all audit requirement. Ad hoc assignments within the
finance department. Review templates within the SCM function. NB: An
academic record must be attached with your application for this post.


ENQUIRIES : Mrs. G de Jager Tel No: (044) 8742360
APPLICATIONS : Applications have to be addressed to the attention of: The Deputy
Principal: Corporate Services, South Cape TVET College (Central Office),
125 Mitchell Street, George 6529. It is preferred that due to COVID 19
Regulations, that Applications to be submitted online to
careers@sccollege.co.za

FOR ATTENTION : Mr. M.E Gcuwa
NOTE : General Instruction: A completed Z83 form should be accompanied by a
recently updated comprehensive CV (inclusive of three contactable
referees and contact details), Original certified copies (not older than three
months) of all qualifications with academic transcripts/record, Trade Test,
ID document and drivers licence. Please quote the relevant reference
number of the post you are applying for. Candidates who apply for more
than one post should complete a separate application form for each post.
Successful candidates will be subjected to a vetting process (criminal
record, citizenship, credit record checks [where applicable], qualification
and employment verification). Where applicable, shortlisted candidates
will be subjected to a skills/knowledge/competence test. Matching and
redeployment to other workstations within the College may be considered
based on the operational requirements. Applicants in possession of a
foreign qualification must attach an evaluation certificate from the South
African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to their application forms. NonRSA citizens/Permanent resident permit holders must submit a copy of
his/her Permanent Resident Permit with his/her application. Please Note:
No late applications will be considered. No faxed applications will be
accepted. The College/DHET reserves the right not to make appointments
where it deems fit to do so. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted
candidates only. If you do not receive any response within three months
after closing date of this advertisement, kindly accept that your application
as unsuccessful. Preference will be given to persons from designated
groups, especially with regard to race, gender and disability. In terms of
Public Service Regulations 2016 (s60) an executive authority shall not reappoint a former employee, if that employee left the public service: (a)
Earlier on the condition that he or she would not accept or seek reappointment; (b) Due to ill health and cannot provide sufficient evidence
of recovery; and (S61)(1) A former employee was dismissed in terms of
sections 17(2) (d) of the Act of misconduct.
CLOSING DATE : 30 October 2020


POST 24/45 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: LEGAL ADMINISTRATION REF NO:
PS02/2020
(College Council appointment)

SALARY : R376 596 per annum (Level 09) plus 37% benefits
CENTRE : Central Office
REQUIREMENTS : Matric plus a minimum 3-year accredited Degree/ Diploma in the study
fields: B.Proc/BA LAW/LLB in Law or related equivalent qualification. A
minimum of 5 years relevant work experience in legal services including
a minimum of 3 years in a supervisory position. Computer Literacy (MS
Office). A valid code 08 driver’s license. Computer Literacy (MS Office).
Recommendations: Sound understanding of legal processes and
legislative framework that guide the public sector. Ability to produce
accurate and concise reports; proficiency inn MS Office applications:
Efficient time management skills and ability to meet deadlines. Efficient
record keeping and information management. Knowledge of public sector
regulations. Ability to effectively communicate in at least two of the three
official languages of the Western Cape.


DUTIES : Oversee the provision of legal support with regard to litigation. Develop
strategies and policies governing legal matters and facilitate the
implementation thereof to ensure college compliance with relevant
legislation and other regulations. Manage the provision of advisory
services in respect of legislation, contracts, agreements or any other legal
document. Ascertain the protection of college legal interests including
contribution to draft legislation. Ensure that college policy framework
complies with South African legislation. Manage the negotiation,
execution, performance modification and termination of contracts with
various parties including customers (Students), suppliers, contractors and
employees. Provide secretarial support to college council and committees
including that the decisions and actions are solved at meetings are
monitored and executed, proper record keeping of all relevant council
documentation, logistical arrangements and preparation of minutes for
college council and committees. Drafting of relevant government policies,
procedures, templates and guidelines to ensure standardization across
the college. Provide executive and managerial support to the office of the
Principal.NB: An academic record must be attached with your application
for this post.


ENQUIRIES : Mr.ME Gcuwa Tel No: (044) 884 0359
APPLICATIONS : Applications have to be addressed to the attention of: The Deputy
Principal: Corporate Services, South Cape TVET College (Central Office),
125 Mitchell Street, George 6529. It is preferred that due to COVID 19
Regulations, that Applications to be submitted online to
careers@sccollege.co.za

FOR ATTENTION : Mr. M.E Gcuwa
NOTE : General Instruction: A completed Z83 form should be accompanied by a
recently updated comprehensive CV (inclusive of three contactable
referees and contact details), Original certified copies (not older than three
months) of all qualifications with academic transcripts/record, Trade Test,
ID document and drivers licence. Please quote the relevant reference
number of the post you are applying for. Candidates who apply for more
than one post should complete a separate application form for each post.
Successful candidates will be subjected to a vetting process (criminal
record, citizenship, credit record checks (where applicable), qualification
and employment verification). Where applicable, shortlisted candidates
will be subjected to a skills/knowledge/competence test. Matching and
redeployment to other workstations within the College may be considered
based on the operational requirements. Applicants in possession of a
foreign qualification must attach an evaluation certificate from the South
African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to their application forms. NonRSA citizens/Permanent resident permit holders must submit a copy of
his/her Permanent Resident Permit with his/her application. Please Note:
No late applications will be considered. No faxed applications will be
accepted. The College/DHET reserves the right not to make appointments
where it deems fit to do so. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted
candidates only. If you do not receive any response within three months
after closing date of this advertisement, kindly accept that your application
as unsuccessful. Preference will be given to persons from designated
groups, especially with regard to race, gender and disability. In terms of
Public Service Regulations 2016 (s60) an executive authority shall not reappoint a former employee, if that employee left the public service: (a)
Earlier on the condition that he or she would not accept or seek reappointment; (b) Due to ill health and cannot provide sufficient evidence
of recovery; and (S61)(1) A former employee was dismissed in terms of
sections 17(2) (d) of the Act of misconduct.
CLOSING DATE : 30 October 2020


POST 24/46 : PROJECT MANAGER CAPITAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND EFFICIENCY
GRANT PROJECTS: MAINTENANCE AND FACILITIES REF NO: PS
03/2020

(College Council appointment)
SALARY : R376 596 per annum (Level 09) plus 37% benefits
CENTRE : Central Office
REQUIREMENTS : Matric plus an accredited minimum 3-year accredited National
Diploma/Degree in Construction Management/Construction Science or
Quantity Surveying with a minimum of 5-10 years relevant work
experience in Construction of which 3 years have been in
supervision/management role. Computer Literacy (MS Office). A valid
code 08 driver’s license. Recommendations: Knowledge of organizational
objectives, CIBD regulations, Occupational Health and Safety
Regulations (OHS). Environmental management. Project Management.
Risk Management. Financial Management. Compliant to policies and
legislation. Information Management Analytical abilities. Committed.
Hardworking, Good coping skills. Ability to work independently. Policy
development and implementation skills. Ability to work in a team and also
individually. Ability to effectively communicate in at least two of the three
official languages of the Western Cape.


DUTIES : Responsible to supervise different task in completing construction or
repairs and maintenance projects. Responsible for the flow of information
from the college level project supervisor (organizational point where the
service/project is requested) to the team regarding the project in the
Department of Higher Education and Training Department. Make the
arrangement for projects documentation on the recommendation and
specification of the Department and ensure that specifications are met.
Meet the project owner, ensure that appropriate specification are set, or
meet a higher standard. Update information on the project management
tools. Make arrangement for the project completion based on
specifications of the project owner. Put a proficient team together to
achieve the purpose of work in changing circumstance and fixed
circumstance, and in a responsive circumstance using leadership and
management expertise. Plan, commence, execute, supervise, and
roundup assigned projects. Ensure compliance with legal, contractual and
safety requirements for all College projects. Manage implementation of
work within established policies, systems, procedures, processes and
practices. Ensure that the appropriate legislation, policies and standard
procedures are complied with and that there is no negligence in this
regard. Monitor legislation updates and communicate to relevant staff.
Provide advice in line with applicable legislation. Liaise with all
professionals including the OHS and Environmental Officers. Provide
administrative support to progress report meetings. Attend to these
meetings and provide progress report meetings. Attend to these meetings
and provide progress report and feedback Drafting, submission and
presentation of College project related management reports. Act as a
liaison between the consultants and the college management. Make
recommendations of the projects to management. Report to management
in relation to projects underway. Facilitate legal and regulatory
requirements for all projects. NB: An academic record must be attached
with your application for this post.


ENQUIRIES : Mr.ME Gcuwa Tel No: (044) 884 0359
APPLICATIONS : Applications have to be addressed to the attention of: The Deputy
Principal: Corporate Services, South Cape TVET College (Central Office),
125 Mitchell Street, George 6529. It is preferred that due to COVID 19
Regulations, that Applications to be submitted online to
careers@sccollege.co.za

FOR ATTENTION : Mr. M.E Gcuwa
NOTE : General Instruction: A completed Z83 form should be accompanied by a
recently updated comprehensive CV (inclusive of three contactable
referees and contact details), Original certified copies (not older than three
months) of all qualifications with academic transcripts/record, Trade Test,
ID document and drivers licence. Please quote the relevant reference
number of the post you are applying for. Candidates who apply for more
than one post should complete a separate application form for each post.
Successful candidates will be subjected to a vetting process (criminal
record, citizenship, credit record checks [where applicable], qualification
and employment verification). Where applicable, shortlisted candidates
will be subjected to a skills/knowledge/competence test. Matching and
redeployment to other workstations within the College may be considered
based on the operational requirements. Applicants in possession of a
foreign qualification must attach an evaluation certificate from the South
African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to their application forms. NonRSA citizens/Permanent resident permit holders must submit a copy of
his/her Permanent Resident Permit with his/her application. Please Note:
No late applications will be considered. No faxed applications will be
accepted. The College/DHET reserves the right not to make appointments
where it deems fit to do so. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted
candidates only. If you do not receive any response within three months
after closing date of this advertisement, kindly accept that your application
as unsuccessful. Preference will be given to persons from designated
groups, especially with regard to race, gender and disability. In terms of
Public Service Regulations 2016 (s60) an executive authority shall not reappoint a former employee, if that employee left the public service: (a)
Earlier on the condition that he or she would not accept or seek reappointment; (b) Due to ill health and cannot provide sufficient evidence
of recovery; and (S61)(1) A former employee was dismissed in terms of
sections 17(2) (d) of the Act of misconduct.
CLOSING DATE : 30 October 2020


POST 24/47 : SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK: DEBTORS/BURSARIES AND
INCOME REF NO: PS04/2020

(College Council appointment)
SALARY : R257 508 – R303 339 per annum (Level 07) excluding service benefits
CENTRE : Central Office
REQUIREMENTS : Matric/NCV L4 plus a minimum 3-year accredited Degree/National
Diploma /National N Diploma in Financial Management/Public
Administration. A minimum of 3 years relevant work experience in Bursary
and Debtors Management. Computer Literacy (MS Office). A valid code
08 driver’s license. Recommendations: Management and supervisory
experience. Knowledge of Public Finance Management Act. Treasury
Regulations. Knowledge of ITS (Integrated Tertiary Software) systems will
be an added advantage. Ability to effectively communicate in at least two
of the three official languages of the Western Cape.


DUTIES : Receive and distribute mail to subordinates. Manage turnaround time of
all bursary claims. Verification of debtor’s transactions. Check and sign off
on invoices/documents submitted for payment. Capturing of income on
financial system. Capturing of corrective journals on student accounts.
Import and process bank reconciliation statements into ITS financial
system. Check and approve stipends for payment. Check and submit
stipends. Compiling of bad debt list for writing-off or handing over. Reports
(income, debtors, investments and bursaries). Campus visits. Mentoring
and training of Accounting Clerks: Debtors/Bursaries and Income. Review
policies and processes. NB: An academic record must be attached with
your application for this post.


ENQUIRIES : Ms C Robertson Tel No: (044) 884 0359
APPLICATIONS : Applications have to be addressed to the attention of: The Deputy
Principal: Corporate Services, South Cape TVET College (Central Office),
125 Mitchell Street, George 6529. It is preferred that due to COVID 19
Regulations, that Applications to be submitted online to
careers@sccollege.co.za

FOR ATTENTION : Mr. M.E Gcuwa
NOTE : General Instruction: A completed Z83 form should be accompanied by a
recently updated comprehensive CV (inclusive of three contactable
referees and contact details), Original certified copies (not older than three
months) of all qualifications with academic transcripts/record, Trade Test,
ID document and drivers licence. Please quote the relevant reference
number of the post you are applying for. Candidates who apply for more
than one post should complete a separate application form for each post.
Successful candidates will be subjected to a vetting process (criminal
record, citizenship, credit record checks [where applicable], qualification
and employment verification). Where applicable, shortlisted candidates
will be subjected to a skills/knowledge/competence test. Matching and
redeployment to other workstations within the College may be considered
based on the operational requirements. Applicants in possession of a
foreign qualification must attach an evaluation certificate from the South
African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to their application forms. NonRSA citizens/Permanent resident permit holders must submit a copy of
his/her Permanent Resident Permit with his/her application. Please Note:
No late applications will be considered. No faxed applications will be
accepted. The College/DHET reserves the right not to make appointments
where it deems fit to do so. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted
candidates only. If you do not receive any response within three months
after closing date of this advertisement, kindly accept that your application
as unsuccessful. Preference will be given to persons from designated
groups, especially with regard to race, gender and disability. In terms of
Public Service Regulations 2016 (s60) an executive authority shall not reappoint a former employee, if that employee left the public service: (a)
Earlier on the condition that he or she would not accept or seek reappointment; (b) Due to ill health and cannot provide sufficient evidence
of recovery; and (S61)(1) A former employee was dismissed in terms of
sections 17(2) (d) of the Act of misconduct.
CLOSING DATE : 30 October 2020


POST 24/48 : EMPLOYEE RELATIONS HRD AND WELLNESS OFFICER REF NO:
PS 05/2020
(College Appointment)

SALARY : R257 508 per annum (Level 07) plus 37% service benefits
CENTRE : Central Office
REQUIREMENTS : Matric plus a minimum 3-year accredited Degree/National Diploma
majoring in Human Resources, Labour Relations, Employment Relations,
Industrial Psychology or related fields with Labour Relations as a major
subject. A minimum of 2 to 3 years relevant work experience in Employee
Wellness and Labour Relations. Ability to effectively communicate
Computer Literacy (ICDL or MS Office): A valid code 08 driver’s license.
Ability to effectively communicate in at least two of the three official
languages of the Western Cape. Recommendations: Knowledge of
organizational objectives, Knowledge of Labour Relations Act,
Employment Equity Act, BCOEA, Constitution, Public Service Act and
COIDA. Project Management, Management of Business Processes,
Event Management, Risk Management, Protocol and Etiquette. Good
interpersonal relationship communication skills. Listening Skills. Team
Leadership skills, Planning and organizing skills, People Management.
Ability to manage time effectively and problem-solving skills. Report
writing skills. Personal attributes: Committed, loyal, client orientated,
professional and also with Integrity.


DUTIES : Provide administrative support to maintenance of sound employee
relations: Assist the organization in the prevention and/or resolution of the
disputes in the work place. Assist the organization in the maintenance of
order and discipline in the workplace. Assist in facilitating the
implementation of an enabling environment for employees. Facilitate case
management for ER interventions. Communicate ER policies, processes
and procedures to staff. Provide administrative support to the promotion
and management of employee wellness programme: Assist employees in
improving their health by raising awareness of healthy lifestyles, disability
and other health related issues. Administer management of employee
wellness programme contract. Define implementation plan with service
provider and communicate with management. Monitor usage and general
running of the programme. Ensure programme fulfils the requirements as
set out in the OHSA. Intergrate employee wellness programmes focused
on the overall health and well-being of employees and their related
productivity. Listen to employees’ needs and interpret them into
improvement actions to the programs offered. Ensure compliance with
relevant legislation: Ensure that the appropriate legislation, policies and
standard procedures are complied with and that there is no negligence in
this regard. Monitor legislation updates and communicate to relevant staff.
Provide advice in line with applicable legislation. Ensure continuous and
effective updating of staff on various people issues that may arise or may
need to be discussed. Vendor Management: Managing the Employee
Wellness Programme. Ensuring that delivery and follow up standards are
met and that the content and assessments are integrated with the other
management development. Regularly engage with EWP service provider
for reporting, synopsis and effective utilization of the EWP mandate.
eporting: Compile monthly update and status report for submission of the
Assistant Director: Human Resources. Manage the provision of secretarial
functions of Labour and EWP Forums. Ensure pro-active problem solving
and decision making. Ensure validity of statistics. NB: An academic record
must be attached with your application for this position.


ENQUIRIES : Mr. ME Gcuwa at Tel No: (044) 8840359
APPLICATIONS : Applications have to be addressed to the attention of: The Deputy
Principal: Corporate Services, South Cape TVET College (Central Office),
125 Mitchell Street, George 6529. It is preferred that due to COVID 19
Regulations, that Applications to be submitted online to
careers@sccollege.co.za

FOR ATTENTION : Mr. M.E Gcuwa
NOTE : General Instruction: A completed Z83 form should be accompanied by a
recently updated comprehensive CV (inclusive of three contactable
referees and contact details), Original certified copies (not older than three
months) of all qualifications with academic transcripts/record, Trade Test,
ID document and drivers licence. Please quote the relevant reference
number of the post you are applying for. Candidates who apply for more
than one post should complete a separate application form for each post.
Successful candidates will be subjected to a vetting process (criminal
record, citizenship, credit record checks [where applicable], qualification
and employment verification). Where applicable, shortlisted candidates
will be subjected to a skills/knowledge/competence test. Matching and
redeployment to other workstations within the College may be considered
based on the operational requirements. Applicants in possession of a
foreign qualification must attach an evaluation certificate from the South
African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to their application forms. NonRSA citizens/Permanent resident permit holders must submit a copy of
his/her Permanent Resident Permit with his/her application. Please Note:
No late applications will be considered. No faxed applications will be
accepted. The College/DHET reserves the right not to make appointments
where it deems fit to do so. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted
candidates only. If you do not receive any response within three months
after closing date of this advertisement, kindly accept that your application
as unsuccessful. Preference will be given to persons from designated
groups, especially with regard to race, gender and disability. In terms of
Public Service Regulations 2016 (s60) an executive authority shall not reappoint a former employee, if that employee left the public service: (a)
Earlier on the condition that he or she would not accept or seek reappointment; (b) Due to ill health and cannot provide sufficient evidence
of recovery; and (S61)(1) A former employee was dismissed in terms of
sections 17(2) (d) of the Act of misconduct.
CLOSING DATE : 30 October 2020


POST 24/49 : PERSONAL ASSISTANT REF NO: PS06/2020
(Persal Appointment)

SALARY : R257 508 – R303 339 per annum excluding service benefits
CENTRE : Central Office
REQUIREMENTS : Matric plus a minimum 3-year accredited Degree/National Diploma in
Secretarial, reception, Legal Secretary, Office Administration and
Management Assistant. A minimum of 3 years relevant work experience.
Computer Literacy (ICDL or MS Office). Ability to effectively communicate
in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape. A code
08 driver’s License. Recommendations: Knowledge of conflict
management and people management. Knowledge of organizational
objectives. Report writing skills. Good interpersonal relationship
communication skills. Listening Skills. Planning and organizing skills,
people Management. Ability to manage time effectively and problemsolving skills. Personal attributes: Friendly and trustworthy, Integrity,
confidence, accuracy and assertiveness.


DUTIES : Provide a Secretarial/receptionist support service to the Principal: Receive
telephonic calls in an environment where in addition to the calls for the
Principal with discretion. Performs advanced typing work. Operates and
ensures that office equipment, e.g. fax machines and photocopier are in
good order. Record engagements. Utilize discretion whether to decide to
accept/decline or refer to other deputy Principal’s requests of meetings.
Based on the accessed importance and urgency of the matter coordinate
with and/or sensitize/advice regarding engagements. Compile realistic
schedules of appointments for the Principal. Render Administrative
support services: Ensure and advice on the effective flow of information
and documents to and from the office of the Principal. Obtain inputs,
collate and compile reports, e.g. progress reports, monthly reports
management reports. Respond to enquiries received from internal and
external stakeholders. Collect, analyze and collate information requested
by the Principal. Ensure that travel arrangements are well coordinated.
Prioritizes issues in the office of the Principal. Manage the leave register
and telephone accounts for the staff in the branch of which the Principal
supervise. Handles the procurement of standard items, like stationary,
refreshments etc. for the activities of the Principal and the unit. Obtain the
necessary signatures on documents like procurement advice and monthly
salary reports. Administer travelling arrangements for the Principal such
as transport, accommodation, daily allowance, daily claims and S&T
claims. Provide support to the Principal regarding meetings: Arrange
Principal’s meetings in line with important dates and add these on
Principal’s electronic calendar. Access Principal’s emails when out of
office. Prepare packs for all Principals meetings and other stakeholders.
Coordinate logistical arrangements for the meetings 14 days prior to
meetings required. Send invitations to members of meeting 14 days prior
to meeting. Create a drop box and load electronic documents 14 days
prior to meeting, such as Agenda, approved minutes of previous meeting,
action log on matters arising, documents numbered according to Agenda
for panel to read through in prep of the meeting. Record minutes/decision
and communicate to relevant role –players, follow-up on progress made
and prepare briefing notes for the Principal. Collect and compile all
necessary documents for management, to inform management on the
contents. Support the Principal with administration of the budget: Collect
and coordinate all the documents that relates to budget. Assist Principal
in determining funding requirements for purposes of budget submission.
Keep record of expenditure commitments, requisitions and invoices,
contracts and monitor expenditure and alert Principal of possible over-and
under spending. Load documents for requisitions and follow up on loaded
requisitions. Identify the need to move branch funds between items,
consult with the Principal and compile draft memos for this purpose.
Analize the relevant Public Service and Departmental prescripts/policies
and other documents and ensure that the application thereof is
understood properly: Remains up to date with regard to the applicable
policies and procedures applicable to his/her work terrain to ensure
efficient and effective support to the Principal. Remain abreast with the
procedures and processes that apply in the office of the Principal. NB: An
academic record must be attached with your application for this position


ENQUIRIES : Mr. ME Gcuwa at Tel No: (044) 8840359
APPLICATIONS : Applications have to be addressed to the attention of: The Deputy
Principal: Corporate Services, South Cape TVET College (Central Office),
125 Mitchell Street, George 6529. It is preferred that due to COVID 19
Regulations, that Applications to be submitted online to
careers@sccollege.co.za

FOR ATTENTION : Mr. M.E Gcuwa
NOTE : General Instruction: A completed Z83 form should be accompanied by a
recently updated comprehensive CV (inclusive of three contactable
referees and contact details), Original certified copies (not older than three
months) of all qualifications with academic transcripts/record, Trade Test,
ID document and drivers licence. Please quote the relevant reference
number of the post you are applying for. Candidates who apply for more
than one post should complete a separate application form for each post.
Successful candidates will be subjected to a vetting process (criminal
record, citizenship, credit record checks [where applicable], qualification
and employment verification). Where applicable, shortlisted candidates
will be subjected to a skills/knowledge/competence test. Matching and
redeployment to other workstations within the College may be considered
based on the operational requirements. Applicants in possession of a
foreign qualification must attach an evaluation certificate from the South
African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to their application forms. NonRSA citizens/Permanent resident permit holders must submit a copy of
his/her Permanent Resident Permit with his/her application. Please Note:
No late applications will be considered. No faxed applications will be
accepted. The College/DHET reserves the right not to make appointments
where it deems fit to do so. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted
candidates only. If you do not receive any response within three months
after closing date of this advertisement, kindly accept that your application
as unsuccessful. Preference will be given to persons from designated
groups, especially with regard to race, gender and disability. In terms of
Public Service Regulations 2016 (s60) an executive authority shall not reappoint a former employee, if that employee left the public service: (a)
Earlier on the condition that he or she would not accept or seek reappointment; (b) Due to ill health and cannot provide sufficient evidence
of recovery; and (S61)(1) A former employee was dismissed in terms of
sections 17(2) (d) of the Act of misconduct.
CLOSING DATE : 30 October 2020

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