CCMA: Commissioner (x20) Graduates

Receptionist – CCMA
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Purpose of the Job

To conduct dispute resolution processes including, but not limited to, conciliation, arbitration, con-arb, in limine, and facilitation in terms of all labour or other relevant legislation to ensure the CCMA provides efficient and effective dispute resolution, management and prevention services to the labour market.

Key performance areas:

• Conduct dispute resolution processes including, but not limited to, conciliation, arbitration, con-arb, in limine, and facilitation
• Draft settlement agreements, arbitration awards and rulings
• Complete Case Documentation and Processes
• Render Dispute Mediation management and Prevention Services

Key requirements:

• Unless a candidate can demonstrate relevant experience of not less than three to five years (3 – 5) years in Industrial Relations, Labour Law or conducting conciliations, arbitration and facilitation; a relevant NQF level 6 tertiary qualification (preferably in Labour Law) is required.
• Good knowledge of Labour Law
• Good knowledge of dispute resolution processes and principles
• Good knowledge of the Labour Market and the factors that impact on the CCMA
• A valid driver’s license
• Computer literacy
• Skills in analysis, problem-solving, the ability to exercise sound judgment
• The ability to make reasonable decisions under pressure
• Resilience in the face of conflictual circumstances
• Good listening skills
• Good communication skills
• The ability to mediate and engage conflicting parties
• Diversity Awareness
• Diplomacy
• Interpersonal Relations
• Ethics

*Note: Vacancies for Part-time Commissioners exist in the following Regions:

Johannesburg (Ref: C-PT-JHB), Tshwane (Ref. C-PT-TSH), Ekurhuleni (Ref. C-PT-EK), East London (Ref. C-PT-EL) , Cape Town (Ref. C-PT-CPT), George (Ref. C-PT-GEO), Mbombela (Ref. C-PT-MBL), Emalahleni (Ref. C-PT-EML), Thabazimbi (Ref. C-PT-TBZ), Lephalale (Ref. C-PT-LPL), Klerksdorp (Ref. C-PT-KD), Durban (Ref. C-PT-DBN), Newcastle (Ref. C-PT-NWC), Port Shepstone (Ref. C-PT-PST), Richards Bay (Ref. C-PT-RBM), Pietermaritzburg (Ref. C-PT-PMB), Bloemfontein (Ref. C-PT-BLF) Harrismith (Ref. C-PT-HST), Bethlehem (Ref. C-PT-BTH), Kimberley (Ref. C-PT-KIM)


In your application for appointment, kindly ensure that you disclose all relevant material information to assist the panel in considering your application. Please send 1 (one) application form available to download on the career page (top).

Detailed CV, certified copies of qualifications, driver’s license & ID document must be included. Failure to complete the form in full or not provide relevant information will automatically disqualify your application.

Applicants must clearly indicate the position/s being applied for in order of preference.

*NOTE: Applicants must clearly indicate the reference number for the position/s they are applying for in order of preference.

Email: Please use the email address applicable to the position as shown below. The subject line must have the correct reference.

For Part-Time Commissioners: Johannesburg (Ref: C-PT-JHB)Tshwane (Ref. C-PT-TSH)Ekurhuleni (Ref. C-PT-EK) London (Ref. C-PT-EL) Cape Town (Ref. C-PT-CPT)George (Ref. C-PT-GEO) Mbombela (Ref. C-PT-MBL)Emalahleni (Ref. C-PT-EML) Bloemfontein (Ref. C-PT-BLF)Kimberley (Ref. C-PT-KIM) Harrismith (Ref. C-PT-HST)Bethlehem (Ref. C-PT-BTH) Durban (Ref. C-PT-DBN)Newcastle (Ref. C-PT-NWC)Port Shepstone (Ref. C-PT-PST)Richards Bay (Ref. C-PT-RBM)Pietermaritzburg (Ref. C-PT-PMB) (Ref. C-PT-KD) Thabazimbi (Ref. C-PT-TBZ)Lephalale (Ref. C-PT-LPL)

Strictly apply via email.

Non-adherence to the stated procedures in applying as well as incomplete application will result in the disqualification of the application.

CLOSING DATE: Monday, 24 February 2020

N.B Incomplete and late applications will automatically be disqualified.

EMPLOYMENT EQUITY underpins CCMA recruitment processes and all appointments are made at the sole discretion of the CCMA Governing Body. Women are encouraged to apply.

Advanced preparation on the following statutes is essential, as an initial screening assessment will be conducted: LRA, BCEA, and EEA.

Recruitment will be in a phased approach. Shortlisted applicants will be expected to write first assessment at the Provinces where they applied. First assessments will be conducted in March/April 2020. Dates will be communicated to the shortlisted applicants.

A completed CCMA endorsed Labour Dispute Resolution Practice (LDRP) qualification from one of the following CCMA partner universities will be an advantage:

UniversityCourse name / Title of qualification as used by the University concerned
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Port Elizabeth (Now known as Nelson Mandela University)Post Graduate Diploma in Labour Law Practice (from 2014)
Stellenbosch University: Stellenbosch  and MidrandCertificate Programme in Labour Dispute Resolution Practice (from 2014)
University of the Free State, BloemfonteinPost Graduate Diploma in Labour Law (from 2014)
University of KwaZulu-Natal, DurbanPost Graduate Diploma in Industrial Relations (from 2015)
University of the Western Cape, Cape TownPost Graduate Diploma in Law (Labour Dispute Resolution) (from 2014)
University of the Witwatersrand, JohannesburgLabour Dispute Resolution Practice Certificate Course  (from 2014)
University of the North-WestPost Graduate Diploma in Labour Law (from 2019)

 The CCMA is committed to providing equal opportunities and practicing affirmative action employment. It is our intention to promote representivity (race, gender and disability)

Please note that communication will only be limited to the shortlisted candidates and should you not hear from us within 2 months from the closing date consider your application unsuccessful.

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