MUNICIPAL INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT AGENT – SECRETARY (X4) AND ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

By | December 14, 2020

The Municipal Infrastructure Support Agent (MISA) is a Government Component within the Ministry for
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs. It is a Schedule 3 entity regulated in terms of the Public
Service Act, 1994, as amended. MISA’s primary function is to support municipalities in infrastructure
planning implementation, operations and maintenance.


CLOSING DATE : 04 January 2021
NOTE : All applicants must be SA citizens/ permanent residents. Applications must be
submitted on Z83 form obtainable from any public service department or on the
internet at www.gov.za/documents and must be accompanied by a recently
updated comprehensive CV (with contactable references and certified copies of all
qualifications, Identity Document (ID) not older than three months, including
Drivers’ licence (where it is required). It is the applicant’s responsibility to have
foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA)
and the evaluation certificate from SAQA must be attached. Failure to sign Z83 and
submit the requested documents will result in your application not being
considered. Candidates whose appointments will promote representatively in terms
of race, gender and disability will receive preference. Correspondence will only be
entered into with short-listed applicants. If you have not been contacted within three
(3) months of the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your
application was unsuccessful. Suitable candidates will be subjected to personnel
suitability checks (criminal record check, citizenship verification, qualification/study
verification and previous employment verification). Note: all shortlisted candidates
for Senior Management Service posts will be subjected to a technical exercise that
intends to test relevant technical elements of the job. The successful candidate will
be required to sign an annual performance agreement, disclose his/her financial
interests and be subjected to security clearance and 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.
MISA invites suitable candidates to apply for the following positions, based in MISA
Head Office in Centurion, Pretoria and other Provinces.
MANAGEMENT ECHELON

POST 28/59 : LEGAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER REF NO: HR/LAO/02
SALARY :
R257 073 – R912 504 Total cost package per annum (OSD for Legally qualified
Personnel)
CENTRE : MISA Head Office, Centurion


REQUIREMENTS : MR 3: LLB degree or equivalent relevant qualification plus of 5 years post
qualification experience in the legal profession. MR 4: LLB degree or equivalent
relevant qualification plus of 8 years post qualification experience in the legal
profession. MR 5: LLB degree or equivalent relevant qualification plus of 14 years
post qualification experience in the legal profession. Must be admitted as attorney
or advocate of the High Court. Minimum of five years’ experience in the legal field.
Experience in the public sector is an added advantage. Appointment to be made
as per the OSD provisions. Process Competencies: Applied Strategic Thinking.
Problem Solving & Decision Making. Project Management. Developing others.
Team leadership. Diversity Management. Communication & Information
Management Technical competencies: In depth knowledge and understanding of:
Public Finance Management Act. Public Service Act. PSA Regulations 2016.
Treasury Regulations Procurement Regulations and Departmental Policies.
Framework for Supply Chain Management. Transversal systems i.e. LOGIS and
BAS. Tender and contract administration; Asset Management Framework;
Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act. BEE Framework & BBBEE Act.


DUTIES : The successful candidate will perform the following duties: Handling legal matters
that impact on the work and including litigation support, drafting/vetting/editing
contracts, SLAs, MOUs, debt collection. Serving on various committees/bodies.
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Rendering legal advice on a wide range of areas including procurement, labour
legislative, contract and policy advice, interpretation of legislation and policies and
advice on the infrastructure procurement regulatory framework


ENQUIRIES : Mr Jabulani Hadebe Tel No: (011) 763 1103/ Nommiselo Mtini/ Fulufhelo Museisi
Tel No: (012) 8485305/5379
APPLICATIONS : Please forward your application, quoting the relevant reference number, to: HRLAO-02@multilead.co.za


POST 28/60 : SECRETARY REF NO: HR/SEC4/04 (X4 POSTS)
SALARY
: R173 703 – R204 612 per annum
CENTRE : MISA Head Office, Centurion


REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate Matric certificate and any other computer training course or
qualification that will enable the person to perform the work satisfactorily. Core
Competencies: Good telephone etiquette. Computer literacy. Sound organizational
skills. Good people skills. High level of reliability. Language skills and the ability to
communicate well with people at different levels and from different backgrounds.
Basic written communication skills. Ability to act with tact and discretion. Good
grooming and presentation. Process Competencies: Knowledge Management.
Service Delivery Innovation. Problem Solving and Analysis. Client Orientation and
Customer Focus. Communication. Technical Competencies: Understanding of
Public Service Regulations. Computer literacy.


DUTIES : The successful candidate will perform the following duties: Provides a secretarial
support service to the Chief Director: Records appointments and events in the diary
of the Chief Director; Type documents for the Chief Director and other staff within
the Chief Directorate; Operates office equipment like photocopiers. Provides
Clerical support service to the Chief Director: Liaise with travel agencies to make
travel arrangements; Arrange meetings and events for the Chief Director and staff
in the Chief Directorate, Identifies venues, invites roles players, organize
refreshments and sets up schedules for meetings and events; Processes the travel
and subsistence claims for the Chief Directorate; Processes all invoices that
emanate from the activities of the work of the Chief Director; Records basic minutes
of the meetings of the Chief Director where required; Drafts routine correspondence
and reports; Does filling of documents for the Chief Director and the Chief
Directorate where required; Administer matters like the leave register and the
telephone account; Receives, records and distributes all incoming and outgoing
documents; Handles the procurement of standard items like stationery,
refreshments, etc. Collects all relevant documents to enable the Chief Director to
prepare for meeting. Remains up to date with regard to prescripts/policies and
procedures applicable to her/his work terrain to ensure efficient and effective
support to the Chief Director: Studies the relevant Public Service and departmental
prescripts/policies and other documents to ensure that the application thereof is
understood properly; Remains abreast with the procedures and processes that
apply in the office of the Chief Director.


ENQUIRIES : Mr Jabulani Hadebe Tel No: (011) 763 1103/ Nommiselo Mtini/ Fulufhelo Museisi
Tel No: (012) 8485305/5379
APPLICATIONS : Please forward your application, quoting the relevant reference number, to: HRSEC4-04@multilead.co.za

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