Odi District Hospital – Human Resource Development Officer (1)


POST 26/231 : HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT OFFICER REF NO:
ODI/30/10/2020/01
SALARY :
R257 508 per annum (plus benefits)
CENTRE : Odi District Hospital


REQUIREMENTS : A three- years Diploma/Degree in HRM/HRD with a minimum of three
years’ experience in training and development. PERSAL certificate,
driver’s license. Sound knowledge of skill development Act, PSA, SKLA,
SAQA, NQF, NSDS, EEA, good communication skills, facilitation and
presentation skills, problem solving and analytical skills, report writing
skills and be computer literate.


DUTIES : Coordinate orientation and induction programme. Coordinate skills audit
and training needs analysis process. Coordinate, develop and implement
the workplace skills plan (WSP) and liaise with training providers. To
ensure effective coordination of internal and external training
programmes. To ensure effective Human Resources Development
Administration such as up to date training database, management of the
training budget, compile the quarterly and annual reports. Coordinate the
AET programme. Submit the approved WSP/ATR for the organisation.
Implement internship and experiential learnership programmes. Compile
and submit training report to management. Serve as secretary and advisor
during training committee meetings. Monitor implementation of PMDS
system. Advice management and staff on new PMDS system. Facilitate
the implementation of Employment Equity and perform any other
delegated tasks by the relevant manager.


ENQUIRIES : Mr. LR Sekwele Tel. No: (012) 725 2460
APPLICATIONS : Kindly forward your application to: Odi District Hospital, Klipgat road,
Mabopane, HR Section or posted to: Odi District Hospital Private Bag
x509, Mabopane.0190.


NOTE : Must be submitted on form Z83, obtained from any Public Service
Department. The completed and signed forms should be accompanied by
a recently CV as well as certified copies of all qualifications and ID
document (no copies of certified copies allowed. Certified copies should
not be more that than six months old


CLOSING DATE : 04 December 2020

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