PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: NORTH WEST
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY SAFETY AND TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT
This Department is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer. It is our intention to promote
representivity (race, gender and disability) in the Department through the filling of these posts and
candidates whose transfer/promotion/appointment will promote representivity will receive preference. An
indication in this regard will facilitate the processing of applications.
APPLICATIONS : The Head of Department, Department of Community Safety and Transport
Management, Private Bag x19, Mmabatho, 2735 Office No. 105, 1st Floor,
Tirelo Building, Cnr Albert Luthuli Drive and Dr. James Moroka Drive.
FOR ATTENTION : Kegomoditswe Makaota.
CLOSING DATE : 13 November 2020 at 15H30
NOTE : Applications must be accompanied by a signed and dated Z83. A recent
updated Comprehensive CV with at least names of three (3) referees with
current contact details, originally certified copies of all qualification(s)/required
documents, and Identity document/National Identity card. Certification of
qualification(s)/required documents must not be older than six (6) months.
Failure to submit or comply with the requested documents will result in the
application not being considered. All qualifications will be verified. Persons in
possession of a foreign qualification must furnish this Department with an
evaluation certificate from the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).
Positions requiring tertiary qualification/s must be accompanied by certified
copies of academic record/ transcript(s). Candidates must indicate the number
of the post/reference number in their applications. Candidates requiring
additional information regarding an advertised post must direct their queries to
the person reflected as enquiries below the post applied for. Applications
should be forwarded in time to the department since applications received after
the closing date indicated below will as a rule not be accepted. Faxed and
emailed applications are not accepted. It will be expected of candidates to be
available for selection interviews on a date, time and place as determined by
the Department. The Department reserves the right not to make appointments
and correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. Personnel
suitability check records will be verified. All appointments are subjected to a
positive qualifications verifications as well as security clearance and vetting.
SMS appointments are also subjected to SMS competency assessment as a
DPSA requirement. All shortlisted candidates for SMS posts and positions with
requisite skills will be subjected to a technical exercise that intends to test
relevant technical elements of the job. Certificate for PRE – entry into Senior
Management Services (SMS) is a mandatory requirement. The appointee to
SMS post must be in possession of such, prior to taking up the post. Further
details are obtainable at the link:https://www.thensg.gov.za/trainingcourse/sms-pre-entry-programme/.
POST 25/348 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: TRANSPORT TERMINAL REF NO: 02/2020/21
Chief Directorate: Transport Operations
SALARY : R733 257 per annum. The inclusive remuneration package consists of a basic
salary, contribution to the Government Employee Pension Fund, medical fund
and a flexible portion in terms of applicable rules. The Successful candidate
must enter into a performance agreement and sign employee contract.
CENTRE : Mahikeng Airport
REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 or equivalent plus three (3) year National Diploma or Bachelor’s
Degree in Aviation Management/Transport Economics/Economics/Public
Administration/Business Management and other equivalent qualification. Five
(5) to Ten (10) years’ experience in Aviation environment, three (3) years must
be at Junior Management (Assistant Director Level) at airport environment.
Valid driver’s license. Knowledge: Airport Management. PFMA. Human
Resource Practices. Labour Relation Practices. Public Management and
Administration. SACAA and ICAO regulations. Project Management. Quality
control. Airport Safety and Security. Skills: Creativity. Innovation. Team work.
Good interpersonal relationship.Written and verbal communication (report
writing, presentation, etc).Planning, Control and organising. Computer literacy.
Problem-solving. Negotiations. People Management. Effective Leadership.
DUTIES : Ensure compliance with the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA)
regulations and other guidelines. Manage personnel and operational activities
of Airport facility. Monitor and manage all expenses within the approved
budget. Provide training to Airport staff in safety and emergency procedures.
Ensure customer complaints are handled and resolved in accurate and timely
manner. Follow government rules and regulations for Airport operations. Guide
and manage Airport operational and maintenance personnel. Manage
recruitment, training, workload assignment, performance review, appraisal and
promotions for Airport staff. Assist in preparing annual budget for Airport
operations. Review and revise Airport safety and security plans as needed.
Develop and implement safety policies and practices for employees. Ensure
inspection of runway grounds and lighting on regular basis. Ensure Airport
facility is kept clean, safe and secure. Ensure Airport facilities and equipments
are in good working order. Ensure good working relationships with all
stakeholders such as ATNS, SARS, SAPS, DHA, and community leaders.
ENQUIRIES : Mr O Baikgaki Tel No: (018) 200 8074/5
POST 25/349 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: CONTRACT MANAGEMENT REF NO: 03/2020/21
Directorate: Supply Chain Management
SALARY : R376 596 per annum (Level 09)
CENTRE : Head Office – Mahikeng
REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 or equivalent plus an appropriate Bachelor’s Degree or National
Diploma in Supply Chain Management/Financial Management environment or
related. Three (3) to five (5) years’ experience in acquisition or contract
management, at least 2 years’ experience in supervisory level. Valid driver’s
license. Knowledge: Knowledge of and experience in the application of
legislative framework that governs Supply Chain Management in the Public
Service environment, PFMA, PPPFA, BBEE and Treasury Regulations.
Knowledge of Walker/BAS. Skills: Strong communication, report-writing and
technical skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Sound
analytical /innovative thinking and problem-solving skills. Computer literacy.
Strong planning and coordination abilities.
DUTIES : Implementation of Contract Management System. Advice the End-User of the
procurement process that may need to be followed, the risk thereof as well as
the required approvals in the event there is a need for contract variations and
extension. Facilitates the negotiation process as well as the signing of the
contract. Register the contract on the contract register and regularly update on
contract spent and performance. With the assistance of the End-user is further
responsible for contract document management. Submit a contract register to
the Provincial Treasury. Maintain and update contract register. Manage the key
responsibility areas of the subordinates.
ENQUIRIES : Mr S Maduma Tel No: (018) 200 8057/8
POST 25/350 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: CONFLICT MANAGEMENT REF NO: 04/2020/21
Directorate: Operator License and Permits
SALARY : R376 596 per annum (Level 09)
CENTRE : Head Office – Mahikeng
REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 or equivalent plus three (3) years National Diploma or Bachelor
Degree in Transport Management environment or related. Three (3) to Five (5)
years relevant work experience in Transport Management, of which 2 years’
experience must be at Supervisory. Valid driver’s license. Knowledge:
knowledge and understanding of taxi industry processes like formalization,
regulation and control. Understanding of how to handle conflict and
negotiations. Liaison with all the stakeholders in the taxi industry,
municipalities, Law-enforcement agencies, Transport departments in other
provinces and countries. Understanding of Public Transport Policies and Public
Service Prescripts. A thorough knowledge of the National Land Transport Act,
No.5 of 2009 as well as Guidelines on Special Operating Procedure governing
the Public Transport Industry. Monitoring, investigation and reporting. Ability to
interpret legislation and implement it accordingly. Skills: Communication skills,
Computer Literacy. Ability to investigate reported cases. Strong liaison and
negotiation skills. Monitoring and evaluation skills. Interpretation of statutes
and prescripts. Teamwork orientation, Innovative. Reporting and writing skills.
Project management. Assertive and confident approach to the Taxi Industry
DUTIES : React, intervene and monitor all conflict situations in the public passenger
transport. To proactively deal with conflict situations inter and intra provincial.
Liaise with relevant stakeholders in handling conflict cases within the public
transport industry. Liaise with law enforcement structures to ensure that all
legislations governing public transport are adhered to, Ensure that all
administration issues of the sub-directorate are handled.
ENQUIRIES : Mr Dikobe N Tel No: (018) 388 5616/7
POST 25/351 : LEGAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: LEGISLATION AND REGULATIONS)
Directorate: Legal Services
SALARY : R373 389 per annum (MR 5) (OSD)
CENTRE : Head Office – Mahikeng
REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 or equivalent plus a recognized LLB Degree. At least eight (8) years
appropriate post- qualification experience in the application of law/Legal
experience or related fields. Extensive experience in civil litigations, legislative
drafting, drafting of legal opinions, Labour Relations practices in the Public
Service, contract drafting and interpretation. Admission as an Attorney will be
an added advantage. A valid driver’s license is required, and should be willing
to travel. Knowledge: Sound knowledge of the legislative frameworks that
govern the operations of Public Service environment; A sound knowledge on
the drafting of legislations and regulations; A sound knowledge on the
interpretation of statutes and regulations or other legal instruments; A sound
knowledge on formulating legal advice and opinions in relation to legislations
and regulations; A comprehensive knowledge of the process of legislative
drafting. A comprehensive knowledge on the interpretation of policies, planning
and organizational skills. Skills: Good interpersonal relations, report writing,
case investigation skills, good conflict resolution and mediation skills, computer
DUTIES : Study the impact and implications of legislations and Regulations and advise
the Department accordingly. Examine the various forms of legislations and
Regulations that impact upon the Department and determine whether there is
a need to amend or repeal same. Interpret, draft and/or facilitate the
amendment or repeal of laws and subordinate legislations. Drafting of legal
advice or opinions in relation to legislations and regulations; handle the
legislative review process in collaboration with the State Law Adviser’s Office.
Edit and certify legislations in collaboration with the State Law Adviser’s Office.
ENQUIRIES : Mr P.S.P. Namate Tel No: (018) 200 8065/7
POST 25/352 : RISK MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MEMBER REF NO: 08/2020/21 (X1
Directorate: Risk Management
In terms of section 38 of the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act No. 1
of 1999) (PFMA), Treasury Regulations and Public Sector Risk Management
Framework, the Department of Community Safety and Transport Management
calls for qualified and interested persons to serve on its Risk Management
Committee (for a three-year period).Terms of Appointment: A suitable and
qualified person will be appointed for a period of three (3) years. Thereafter,
the Accounting Officer may renew the period for another term. Please note that
this is not a full-time position. The Risk Management Committee schedules four
statutory meetings per annum. Additional meetings may be convened as and
SALARY : The compensation of Risk Management Committee members is done as per
the National Treasury’s determination. National Treasury Schedules in this
regard are issued annually with specific hourly or daily rates. Other refundable
expenses will be based on the Department’s related policies and in line with
the National and Provincial Treasury guidelines.
CENTRE : Mahikeng
REQUIREMENTS : Matric plus a National Diploma or Degree in Auditing/Risk Management/
Business Management/Financial Management. Qualifications such as Charted
Accountant/Master of Business Administration /Certified Internal Audit will be
an added advantage. Experience: A person must have more than five years’
Senior Management experience in Auditing/ Finance/ Risk Management.
Experience serving in Governance Committees will be an added advantage.
Previous experience of serving in the Risk Management Committees and/or
Audit Committees will be advantageous. Knowledge of the PFMA, Treasury
Regulations and the Public Sector Risk Management Framework. Public
Sector knowledge will also serve as an added advantage. Competencies: Must
be objective and independent. An enquiring and analytical mind-set with good
communication and report writing skills. An understanding of the regulatory
framework within which Provincial Departments operate.
DUTIES : Assist the Accounting Officer in the effective execution of his/her
responsibilities and fulfil oversight responsibilities with regard to Governance,
risk management, internal control, legal and regulatory compliance, external
and internal audit, fraud and irregularities. Assist the Accounting Officer in
building trust and confidence on how the Department is managed, and regulate
and discharge all the responsibilities as contained in the Risk Management
Committee Charter.(e.g. review of the risk management literatures; review of
the risk register and other related documents etc.)
ENQUIRIES : MG Mothibedi Tel No: (018) 200 8005/7