Department of Education – Various Positions (Permanent)

Head Office (HO) Physical Address: 26th Loveday Street, Kuyasa House,
Johannesburg, Postal address: P.O. Box 7710, Johannesburg 2001.
Districts Ekurhuleni North (EN) Physical Address: 78 Howard Avenue,
Munpen Building, Benoni Postal Address: Private Bag X059, Benoni, 1500
Enquiries: Emily Mochela Tel No: (011) 746-8190.
District Gauteng North (GN): Physical Address: Yorkcor Park Building, 86
Watermeyer Street, Val De Grace, Pretoria Postal Address: Private Bag X75
Pretoria, 0001 Enquiries: Alfred Phaswana Tel No: (012) 846-3754
District Gauteng West (GW): Physical Address: Corner Boshoff & Human
Street, Krugersdorp Postal Address: Private Bag X2020, Krugersdorp 1740
Enquiries: Louisa Dhlamini Tel No: (011) 660-4581.
District Johannesburg Central (JC): Physical Address: Corner Morola &
Chris Hani road Soweto College, Pimville. Postal Address: P.O. Box 900064,
Bertsham, 2013 Enquiries: Linda Mabutho Tel No: (011) 983-2231.
District Johannesburg East (JE): Physical Address: 142/144, Fourth &
Elizabeth Street, Parkmore, Sandton Postal Address: Private Bag X9910,
Sandton, 2146 Enquiries: Elizabeth Moloko: Tel No: (011) 666-9109.
District Johannesburg North (JN): Physical Address: Corner Biccard &
Jorrison street FNB Building Braamfontein Postal Address: Private Bag X01,
Braamfontein, 2017 Enquiries: Nelisiwe Mashazi: Tel No: (011) 694 9378.
District Johannesburg South (JS): Physical Address: 100 Northern Parkway,
Crownwood Ormonde, Johannesburg Postal Address: Private Bag X13,
Lenasia, 1820 Enquiries: Patrick Sesane: Tel No: (011) 247-5957.
District Sedibeng East (SE): Physical Address: Corner Joubert & Kruger
street SL & M Building Vereeniging Postal Address: Private Bag X05,
Vereeniging, 1930 Enquiries: Peter Nkgage: Tel No: (016) 440-1861
District Tshwane North (TN): Physical Address: Wonderboom Junction, 11
Lavender Street, Pretoria. Postal Address: Private Bag X925, Pretoria, 0001.
Enquiries Rejoice Manamela Tel No: (012) 543 4313.
CLOSNG DATE : 13 November 2020
NOTE : It is our intention to promote representatively (Race, Gender and Disability) in
the Public Service through the filling of this posts. Applications must be
submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any public service department or on
internet at, which must be completed in full and
originally signed. An updated CV as well as certified copy of your identity
document and qualifications must be attached. Suitable candidates will be
subjected to personnel suitability checks (positive Identity, qualification, fraud
listing, employment reference, and criminal record verification as well as the
required level of security clearance process). Where applicable, candidate will
be subjected to a skills/ knowledge or computer assessment test. All
candidates for MMS positions will be required to undergo competency
assessment and security clearance. The specific reference number of the post
must be quoted. The Department reserves the right not to make appointment(s)
to the advertised post(s). If you do not receive any response within 3 months,
please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Department reserves
the right not to make appointment(s) to the advertised post(s). No faxed,
emailed and late applications will be considered

Directorate: Infrastructure Planning
SALARY : R1 042 827 – R1 192 365 per annum (All-inclusive package). The Department
will award a higher salary depending on the expertise of the applicant.
CENTRE : Head Office, Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate Degree in Engineering. Six years’ experience post qualification.
Computer literate. Registered as a Professional Engineer with ECSA. Valid
Drivers’ License.
DUTIES : Develop and maintain technical and functional norms and standards from an
engineering perspective. Investigate proposals for innovative service delivery
mechanisms and undertake feasibility studies. Compile mechanical briefing
documentation and specifications. Provide mechanical engineering guidance
and inputs to all Infrastructure Delivery Management System deliverables and
reports. Investigate mechanical engineering installations and oversee
commissioning of mechanical engineering installations. Develop strategies to
cultivate greater feedback with internal and external stakeholders for the
enhancement of service delivery. Manage sub-ordinates. Undertake research.
ENQUIRIES : Ms. Winny Radzilani Tel No: (011) 843 6540

SKILLS REF NO: HO2020/11/02 (X3 POSTS)

Directorate: Programme Management
SALARY : R376 596 per annum
CENTRE : Head Office, GCRA
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate 3-year National Diploma/Degree in Education/Human
Resources Management/Organizational Psychology plus a minimum of three
years’ experience in facilitating training and development is compulsory.
Facilitator and Assessor Qualifications and a valid drivers’ licence are
compulsory requirements. An understanding of Government policies,
procedures and processes. Extensive understanding of Human Resources
Development (HRD), Talent Management and Skills Development legislation
and application. Knowledge and understanding of blended learning
approaches. Appreciation and understanding of government prescripts such
as the PFMA, SCM regulations, etc. Key Competencies: Instructional,
Communication and Public Speaking skills, Assessor Skills. Research
capabilities Experience with producing training materials and lead workshops
and seminars. Conduct effective training programs, leadership and
motivational skills, preparing training curriculum materials. Experience in
delivery of training in a virtual format. Strong interpersonal skills, creativity,
technological skills, and attention to detail.
DUTIES : Facilitate the delivery of outcomes-based training programmes; Support
learners in the compilation of Portfolios of Evidence (PoE); Conducting inhouse and offsite activities such as presentations, job simulations, and roleplaying exercises; conduct formative and summative assessment. Curriculum
and learning material design, development and review; frequently carry out
research and recommending necessary learning equipment and platforms;
Conduct research to improve relevance of training and delivery in the Province.
Develop and contextualize training according to the needs of the clients.
Deliver accredited and non-accredited programmes. Deliver training across the
entire Gauteng Provincial Government including Unemployed Youth; Assess
and measure the results of training; Monitoring, evaluating, and taking an
accurate and adequate record of training activities and program effectiveness.
ENQUIRIES : Ms Lydia Phehla Tel No: (011) 556 9001


Directorate: Programme Management
SALARY : R376 596 per annum
CENTRE : Head Office, GCRA
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate 3 year National Diploma/Degree in Communications/ Public
Relations/ Social Planning/Community Development or related plus a minimum
of 3 years’ experience in stakeholder coordination and/or management role.
Excellent knowledge of Government, Parliamentary process and requirements.
Sound knowledge and understanding of all national and provincial strategies
and legislation in relation to socio-economic environment as well as training
and skills development. Sound knowledge of other Public Service prescripts,
Human Resource Development policies and strategies. Sound understanding
of the basic education environment. Competencies: Experience of undertaking
stakeholder management role in organisations. Demonstrate success in
resolving conflicting stakeholder requirements in a complex stakeholder
environment. Experience in developing and successfully implementing
stakeholder engagement plans. Appreciation and understanding of the training
and skills development related environment and track record of successful
management of engagements of different cohorts in this environment. Good
planning and organisational skills, enabling stakeholder knowledge to be
effectively disseminated and shared within the Academy’s team, and acted on
in future interactions. Effective liaison and negotiation skills in potentially
complex and highly emotive situations. Excellent stakeholder management
and interpersonal skills. Writing, communication and presentation skills. Ability
to work in teams and independently.
DUTIES : Manage and lead stakeholder engagement, develop approaches to
engagement, collaboration, and innovation that create improved value for the
Academy and its clients, including the provision of high quality and responsive
information for clients. Lead the development, implementation and evaluation
of strategic, tactical and operational stakeholder engagement plans, programs,
projects and initiatives to align with the Academy’s vision, goals and direction.
Plan and lead the implementation of integrated stakeholder engagement
programs and initiatives to improve and enhance the perceptions and
experiences of clients and beneficiaries. Mapping stakeholders and developing
appropriate communications for each key stakeholder group. Lead specific
stakeholder outreach initiatives, dialogues and other forms of engagement to
understand key concerns and issues and inform review and enhancement of
services and service delivery. Develop and maintain strong internal and
external relationships to exchange information with client groups, community,
other levels of government and other stakeholders to inform strategic and
operational decisions related to programs and services. Provide briefings and
support to technical teams for meetings with stakeholders. Maintain overview
of ‘database’ used to track both engagement requests and engagement
‘fulfilled’ to ensure documentation. Ensure communication and alignment
between different project teams and ensure that issues are captured and
escalated as required.
ENQUIRIES : Ms Bellina Molaba Tel No: (011) 355 1170


Directorate: Integrated Management and Leadership Development
SALARY : R376 596 per annum
CENTRE : Head Office, GCRA
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate 3 year National Diploma/Degree qualification in Human/Social
Sciences / Public Administration / Business/ Management/ Organizational
Leadership and Human Resources. Post Graduate qualification will be added
as an advantage. Plus a minimum of 3 years’ experience in Organisational
Development and/or Human Resources Development/training and skills
development legislation and application. Demonstrate experience in facilitating
development opportunities for those in leadership positions to expand their
knowledge and improve their skills. Working knowledge of human resource
development legislation, regulations and policies in the public sector, and
management development best practices Competencies: Ability to work in
collaboration across people to deliver outcomes that enhance the employee.
Good knowledge of developments and Expertise in Learning, leadership and
talent development experience. Ability to build good relationships and
partnerships with key influencers across different sectors. Passionate about
learning and growth. Ability to learn how to deal effectively with first-time or
changing situations. Ability to resolve conflicts and de-escalate stressful
situations. Superior problem-solving skills. Proficient in Word, PowerPoint and
Excel. Working knowledge of the Public Financial Management Act and
Treasury Regulations. Communication (verbal and written) and project
management skills. Proven skill in needs analysis in human resource
development, implementation of development solutions via face to face and
remote learning. Learning monitoring and evaluation, and administration of
learning and learning support.
DUTIES : Oversee the development and delivery of leadership development
programmes for management and leadership of GPG. Analyse training needs
and develop training programs as needed or modify existing programs to meet
specific needs. Develop and facilitate development of training interventions as
well as experiences that help leaders develop in key areas. Plan and
implement development and training programs using a variety of methods that
may include demonstrations, conferences, classroom training, meetings,
workshops and on-the-job training. Assess various training and development
options and making recommendations on which to use. Aligning leadership
training interventions with overall GPG’s goals. Consistently evaluating training
and development materials to ensure they are as up to date as possible.
Overseeing the budget for training and development. Ensure the provision on
creative, innovative and agile learning interventions that meet the changing
cultural and social needs. Ensuring that GPG does not fall behind the latest in
technology and innovative strategies. Foster and maintain relationships with
different stakeholders and external professional bodies, advisers and
consultants e.g. learning and development providers and specialist suppliers
accessibility arrangement for key stakeholders to the office of the HOD.
ENQUIRIES : Mr Jurgens Hanekom Tel. No: (011) 556 9115


Directorate: Vocational Development Programme
SALARY : R376 596 per annum
CENTRE : Head Office, GCRA
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate 3-year National Diploma/Degree qualification in Human/Social
Sciences / Public Administration / Business/Financial Management. Preferred
Post Graduate qualification. Plus a minimum of 3 years’ experience in
programme management and coordination, business administration and first
line supervisory is required. A track record of successful management of
programmes related to talent management and development. Sound
knowledge and understanding of all national and provincial strategies and
legislation in relation to socio-economic environment as well as training and
skills development. Sound knowledge of other Public Service prescripts,
Human Resource Development policies and strategies. Sound understanding
of the basic education environment. Competencies: Writing skills, Research
and Policy analysis, Contract, Programme and Project Management,
Leadership and Management Skills. Financial Management skill. Service
Delivery Innovation, People Management and Empowerment. Stakeholder
management and Customer focussed. Ability to work in teams and
independently. Personal organization. Risk management. Good
Communication skills. Ability to delegate tasks. Ability to cope under pressure.
Computer literacy. Valid South African driver’s license is essential.
DUTIES : Manage the youth intervention programmes, with particular focus on
learnerships and internships. Manage and provide support in the initiation,
planning, design, implementation and reporting of all assigned projects.
Facilitate and manage the stakeholder relationships in the delivery of the
projects/initiative plans. Design performance measurements and scorecards
for all initiatives/projects to enable frequent reporting. Monitor and evaluate the
effectiveness of the stakeholder-implemented initiatives (including risks) in
accordance with the contracted performance measurement. Develop systems
for monitoring and gathering knowledge on the activity of stakeholder
organisations and inform senior management team and contribute by offering
advice on appropriate actions and follow-up. Scan the wider stakeholder
environment to identify and exploit opportunities for youth development which
are supportive of the strategic aims of the GCRA. Ensure efficient utilisation of
the resources in different projects. Ensure appropriate budget planning and
allocation and monitor expenditure in accordance with strategic objectives and
ensure compliance with relevant policies and prescripts. Delegate work
assignments and tasks to appropriate individuals and provide sufficient
direction towards the achievement of desired outcomes and objectives of the
GCRA.Manage the performance and development of staff within the sub
ENQUIRIES : Ms Lebogang Matlala Tel No: (011) 355 1137


Directorate: Talent Management
SALARY : R376 596 per annum
CENTRE : Head Office, GCRA
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate 3-year National Diploma/Degree in Human/Social
Sciences/Public Administration. Post Graduate qualification an added
advantage. Plus a minimum of 3 years’ experience in program management
and coordination, and first line supervisory is required. Two or more years of
experience working in education or youth development environment; strong
preference for candidates with demonstrated success in developing new youth
programs. Demonstrated experience in managing youth employment or
development programs required. Experience with training or mentorship
approaches preferred. Sound knowledge and understanding of all national and
provincial strategies and legislation in relation to socio-economic environment
as well as training and skills development. Sound knowledge of other Public
Service prescripts, Human Resources Development policies and strategies.
Sound understanding of the basic education environment. Competencies
Communication Skills- verbal and writing skills, Research and Policy analysis,
Contract, Program and Project Management, Leadership and Management
Skills. Financial Management skill. Service Delivery Innovation, People
Management and Empowerment. Coordination skills. Stakeholder
Management and customer focused. Ability to work in teams and
independently. Familiarity with e-learning platforms and practices. Knowledge
of effective learning and development methods.
DUTIES : Develop and manage initiatives that improve skills alignment and equip young
people to get a job, effectively contribute to a workplace, thrive in selfemployment, or succeed in an entrepreneurial venture. Connect young people
to technical and life skills training. Conduct market analyses and employer
interviews to understand which technical and life skills are relevant. Facilitates
collaboration and manages multiple stakeholders from across sectors.
Develop, adopt, implement, and iterate innovative solutions to better serve
young people. Research trends and benchmark best practices and translate
them into applicable approaches for the needs of youth. Establish and build a
sustainable pipeline of young talent aligned to scarce and future roles.
Establish and maintain strategic partnerships with selected stakeholders.
Assess the needs of young people, plan and monitor the programs and
strategies related to talent development. Review and evaluate training and
skills development programs for compliance with government standards.
Facilitate job fairs for youth and prepare efficient network. Regularly assess the
results of development programs.
ENQUIRIES : Ms Lebogang Matlala Tel No: (011) 355 1137


Directorate: Procurement
SALARY : R376 596 per annum
CENTRE : Head Office, Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate 3 year National Diploma/Degree qualification in the Supply
Chain Management and Logistics/B com Accounting or Finance/Public
Management, Policy and Development plus a minimum of Three years’
experience in the supply chain management field with a Senior Provisioning
Officer role within Supply Chain Management environment. Skills. Computer
literacy, report writing, leadership, written and verbal communication, conflict
management, planning and organising. Valid driver’s license.
DUTIES : Coordinate the acquisition of goods and services in the department through
quotations. Coordinate the implementation of applications associated with
acquisitions processes .Ensure compliance of senior buyers/buyers to
procurement policies and procedures. Process and address all escalated
vendor and customer queries. Approve all purchase order. Ensure compliance
to procurement policies and procedures. Ensure that goods and services meet
end user requirements as per specification. Ensure savings targets are
adhered to and meet provincial BBBEE target. Ensure that control mechanisms
for purchase orders are in place by adhering to approved Procurement Plan.
Ensure that all POs are awarded to vendors registered on Central Supply
Database and suppliers are tax compliance. Ensure that requisition documents
are accurate. Ensure the end user has supplied the correct and proper item
specification. Ensure that forms have been approved by the unit manager
Procurement RLSO1 submission signed by relevant people. Ensure that the
analysis has been done for the purchasing of the goods or services to avoid
unnecessary expenditure. Ensure that the list of compliant suppliers is
attached. Oversee that staff are following the process requests for quotations
upon adherence to requirements of the check-list. Manage and develop
subordinates. Identify training needs of subordinates and ensure that they
attend relevant training interventions. Mentor and motivate subordinates.
Conduct performance evaluations. Compile and submit reports on work
ENQUIRIES : Mr S Gogoba Tel No: (011) 355 1105


Directorate: Procurement
SALARY : R376 596 per annum
CENTRE : Head Office, Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate 3 year National Diploma/Degree qualification in the Supply
Chain Management and Logistics/B com Accounting or Finance / Public
Management, Policy and Development plus a minimum of Three years’
experience in the supply chain management field with a Senior Provisioning
Officer role within Supply Chain Management environment. The applicant must
have basic working knowledge and understanding on acquisition/sourcing of
public goods and services. A clear understanding and application of Public
Finance Management Act (PFMA), Treasury Regulations, and Procurement/
Accounting system used in the public service. The incumbent must be
computer literate and have extensive knowledge in Microsoft office and excel.
The work environment requires the applicant to have the ability to work under
pressure and deliver timeously without supervision.
DUTIES : Provide guidance on Procurement and tender administration processes.
Participate in the acquisition of goods and services for the Department Ability
to assist in developing clear and precise specifications for goods and services.
Ability to conduct market research on identified public commodities. Develop
work procedures intended for strategic sourcing Organize and control
administrative activities to achieve organizational goals. Develop effective work
procedures, processes and methods to attain SCM’s goals thereby ensuring
optimum service delivery levels.
ENQUIRIES : Ms Nonhlanhla Tshabalala Tel No: (011) 355 0162

NO: HO2020/11/10

Directorate: Examination Management
SALARY : R376 596 per annum
CENTRE : Head Office, Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate, three-years’ National Diploma/Degree plus 3 to 5 years in
Examination at supervisory level, relevant experience in examination
development and production. Good communication (written & verbal) and
interpersonal skills. Knowledge of the PFMA, strategic planning and other
legislative frameworks applicable to the Public Sector will be a strong
recommendation. Leadership, management, conflict management and
customer service management skills. Must be computer literate and have the
ability to work under pressure. A valid driver’s licence will be an added
DUTIES : To oversee the day-to-day management of the Directorate with Batho Pele
Principles underpinning office system. To ensure that all Administrative
processes pertaining to appointment of marking officials and marking centres
are conducted. Ensure that Chief Markers and Internal Moderators are
provided with the necessary documents, templates and information for writing
of reports in preparation for, and post marking. Ensure that all administrative
processes are completed for timeous remuneration of marking officials. To
coordinate People management, Finance management, Budgeting, Document
management (Traditional archival and Digital Systems), Strategic
management, Metrix management and Asset management. Prepare for audit
function to be conducted by internal and external structures.
ENQUIRIES : Mr. Jonathan Williams Tel No: (010) 345 0930

Directorate: Internal Control
SALARY : R376 596 per annum
CENTRE : Head Office, Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate recognized three-year National Diploma or Degree in
Auditing/Accounting/ Internal Audit/ Risk Management/ Public Financial
Management. Minimum of 3 years’ experience on supervisory level within an
audit/accounting/ Risk management and internal control environment.
Experience in internal and external audit projects will be an added advantage.
Knowledge of COSO Framework, Public Finance Management Act, Public
Audit Act, National Treasury Regulations, Generally Accepted Accounting
Principles and other relevant legislation. Ability to provide technical guidance
when required. Financial analysis skills; Good project management skills;
Document examination and electronic data analysis skills; Excellent
communication (written and verbal) skills. Ability to work with all levels of
management and across business units of the department. Good problemsolving skills. Self-starter and ability to work individually and/or in a team. A
valid driver’s license. Institute of Internal Auditors SA (IIASA), The South
African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA) or South African Institute
of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) membership or any other professional
DUTIES : Coordinate and facilitate the monitoring of financial compliance. Ensure that
the reviewed records are in line with all relevant legislative prescripts. Facilitate
and investigate irregularities and non- compliance issues. Compile
management report on financial matters. Report back to relevant units on
current risk and compliance performance. Provide recommendations on
improvements in procedures and system in order to improve the internal control
environment (maturity level) within the department. Monitor compliance with all
financial laws and regulations. Conduct and review the in-detail testing of key
financial controls in the department. Facilitate and monitor the implementation
of compliance controls. Conduct and supervise independent and objective
assessments of internal controls, financial results, departmental processes,
and adherence to compliance requirements. Coordinate and facilitate the
internal and external audits. Liaise with AGSA, GAS, GPT and other
stakeholders. Provide support regarding audit processes. Monitor the
implementation of recommendations provided by oversight structures.
Maintain and coordinate Loss Control in the department. Participate in the
development and maintenance of policies and procedures on asset losses.
Participate in the reduction of the percentage of asset losses in the department
by identifying risks and mitigations thereof. Facilitate the recovery of costs for
assets lost due to negligence and or non-compliance with the Asset Loss
policy. Preserve and protect the integrity of all relevant data and case content
for successful investigation and prosecution. Coordinate and verify
lost/damaged assets. Manage and develop staff.
ENQUIRIES : Ms Unity Zambane Tel No: (011) 355 0268


Directorate: Dispute Management
SALARY : R376 596 per annum
CENTRE : Head Office, Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate 3 year National Diploma/Degree qualification in Labour
Relations or related field. Minimum of 3 years’ experience in Labour Relations.
Knowledge of legislations which include but not limited to: LRA; Employment
of Educators Act; EEA; PSA; PSR; BCEA; SDA; COIDA; SASA. Knowledge of
Collective agreements concluded at PSCBC; GPSSBC and ELRC. An
understanding of transformation issues and capacity building processes in
education. Ability to work independently as well as in a team. Good written and
verbal communication skills. Valid Driver’s License.
DUTIES : Investigate and initiate the disciplinary process. Serve as a chairperson of the
disciplinary process. Represent the employer during conciliation and
arbitration. Consult matters referred to Labour Court. Investigate and facilitate
the resolution of grievances. Provide advise to management of Labour
Relations matters. Promote sound Employment Relations. Promote and
interpret labour relations policies. Maintain labour peace within the
ENQUIRIES : Mr Milton Mashele Tel No: (011) 355 1505


Sub-Directorate: Finance and Administration
SALARY : R376 596 per annum
CENTRE : Sedibeng East District Ref No: SE2020/11/13
Gauteng North Ref No: GN2020/11/14
Johannesburg East Ref No: JE2020/11/15
Gauteng West District GW2020/11/16
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate 3 year National Diploma/Degree qualification in Financial
Management, Accounting, Public Finance, Cost and Management Accounting
plus a minimum of 3-5 years relevant working experience. Applicant must be 3
years on supervisory level in the financial management environment.
Procurement directives (Supply chain management manual). Treasury
Regulations, PFMA and SASA. Administration procedures relating to specific
working environment, including norms and standards for school funding.
Planning and organizing, Computer literacy, Client service, Compilation of
Management reports, Interpersonal relations, Problem Solving, to maintain
discipline in resolving conflict, Ability to perform ad-hoc task. Knowledge of
PMDS process. Ability to communicate with team members. Valid driver’s
DUTIES : Ensure effective financial management in all schools (POS, LSEN &
Subsidized. Independent schools). Implement SASA, Independent Schools
Regulations, DBE Circulars (M1, M3, M4) and other relevant finance prescripts
and ensure compliance by schools thereof. Ensure that schools possess
effective control systems and approved finance policies and guidelines. Ensure
effective maintenance of financial records by Institutions and data through
utilization of financial management systems and/or other Third-Party Systems.
Monitor all funds received and spent by the Institutions (e.g. grants, school
fees, donations, fund raising, and any other revenue generated by schools).
Coordinate and conduct financial management training and workshop sessions
to all respective Institutions. Conduct inspections and advise schools on
financial management matters. Ensure submission of financial statements by
schools in accordance with regulated timeframes. Coordinate and facilitate the
preparation, collection and analysis of reports (i.e. monthly expenditure reports,
bank reconciliation statement from schools and relevant internal reports).
Provide support to schools with the breakdown of transfer of subsidies and
related revenues. Ensure the reconciliation of budget vs payments as per final
resource allocation. Coordinate and facilitate the receipt and distribution of
Statement of Payments made to schools in relation to subsidies. Implement
Circular 45 of 2003, Public Benefit Organizations, and School Fee Exemption
in schools. Ensure monitoring of all public schools’ Municipal and Eskom
accounts. Coordinate and facilitate the submission of monthly reconciliations
for section 21 schools’ municipal payments to Head Office. Ensure intervention
on schools’ non-compliance to municipal obligations (e.g. arrangement of
payment plan with Municipality). Ensure compliance in terms of asset
management process at Public Schools within the District. Ensure compliance
at schools with regards to asset management prescripts (i.e. policy, processes,
and procedures) of the Department. Coordinate ordering of school furniture
(i.e. learner furniture, ICT and other related assets). Ensure effective
maintenance of Theft and Loss Register by schools and conducting of
stocktaking by schools and provide report thereof. Ensure the effective,
efficient and economic utilization of allocated resources. Compile and submit
Job Descriptions, Performance Agreements, Assessments, and Performance
Development Plan for staff. Supervise the staff.
ENQUIRIES : Ms Rishile Chauke Tel No: (016) 440 17189(SE)
Mr Alfred Phaswana: Tel No: (012) 846 3641 (GN)
Ms. Elizabeth Moloko Tel No: (011) 666 9109 (JE)
Ms Louisa Dhlamini Tel No: (011) 660 8145 (GW)

Sub-Directorate: Curriculum Management and Delivery
SALARY : R376 596 per annum
CENTRE : Ekurhuleni North District: Ref No: EN2020/11/17
Johannesburg South Ref No: JS2020/11/18
Johannesburg Central District: Ref No: JC2020/11/19
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate 3year National Diploma/Degree qualification in Public
Administration/ Public Management plus a minimum of 5 years’ experience as
a Senior Admin Officer within Examination or Assessment environment the
execution of Examinations administration at District or higher levels.
Knowledge and experience of PFMA, Transport Policy, Strategic Planning and
other legislative frameworks applicable to the Public Sector will be a strong
recommendation. Leadership, management, conflict resolution and good
communication skills (written & verbal). Must have computer literacy and the
ability to work under pressure. A valid driver’s license.
DUTIES : Manage and oversee centre and learner registrations in the District. Ensure
that new public and independent centers meet the minimum requirements to
be registered as examinations centers. Manage the registration processes of
Grade 10, 11 and 12, AET Level 4, NSC part-time and repeater candidates;
Supplementary, remark/recheck and the Senior Certificate candidates.
Conduct registration mediation policy sessions with all stakeholders.
Administer concessions for all Schools during assessment/examinations
period. Confirm and clear immigrant candidates on the Integrated Examination
Computer System (IECS) and minimize technical irregularities. Establish
readiness of centers to conduct the examinations. Audit registered exam
centers to establish the readiness to conduct the examinations. Manage and
compile examination related plans before commencement of examinations (i.e.
Management and Monitoring Plans). Oversee and support the induction and
training of Chief Invigilators, Invigilators, exam support staff, Candidates on
roles and responsibilities during the exam period. Appoint a Script Library
Manager (i.e. Senior Admin Officer) to ensure safe storage of scripts in the
District. Ensure that Scripts are scanned, packaged and distributed to Marking
Venues. Oversee the conduct, administration and management of
Examinations (i.e. AET Level 4, NSC and amended Senior Certificate, NCS
Preparatory and Final exams). Control question papers received from the Head
Office, and the District’s control list. Ensure that the Senior Education
Specialist, Examination Administration submit a formal report on the conduct
of the exams to Head Office. Manage and report on any irregularities
experienced during the conduct of exam. Facilitate emergency concessions in
collaboration with the Psychologist in the District. Administer result certification
distribution and remarking processes. Facilitates the application for the issuing
of certificates -reissue, replacement and combination of result. Ensure control
and collect certificates for external clients (Public).Attend to queries from the
public regarding registration, results and certification. To coordinate and
monitor the budget, resources and overall management of the unit. General
supervision of employees and manage performance. Draft the overtime budget
of the unit and ensure approval. Collaborate with other Business Units on exam
related issues.
ENQUIRIES : Ms Emily Mochela: Tel No: (011) 746 8190 (EN)
Mr Patrick Sesane (JS), Tel No: (011) 247 5944 (JS)
Mr L Mabutho Tel No: (011) 983 2231 (JC)

Sub-Directorate: Finance and Administration

SALARY : R376 596 per annum
CENTRE : Gauteng North District Ref No: GN2020/11/20
Johannesburg South District Ref No: JS2020/11/21
Tshwane North District Ref No: TN2020/11/22
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate recognized three-year National Diploma/ Degree in Accounting,
Financial Management or relevant three-year qualification plus 3-5 relevant
experience of which 3 years must be at supervisory level. Knowledge of PFMA,
preferential procurement policy framework, Treasury Regulations, public
sector procurement and Supply Chain Management. Knowledge of BAS (Basic
Accounting System) & PERSAL. Excellent communication skills. Computer
literacy in Excel, Access, Word and PowerPoint. Valid Drivers License.
DUTIES : Provide financial administration and procurement administration to the District
office and schools. Maintain all the accounting records of the district. Assist
with clearing of accounts. Assist in the preparation and administration of district
budget allocation process. Budget forecasting and reporting. Prepare weekly
Cash flow inputs (funds requisitioning). Prepare monthly and quarterly reports
for the district. Co-ordinate and distribute payroll control sheets. Responsible
for accounts payments and revenue collection. Assist in with the audit process
and clearing of all audit queries. Report in writing any unauthorized, irregular
or fruitless and wasteful expenditure. Implement and maintain asset
management policies of the department. Co-ordination of Risk management
processes. Ensure compliance with PFMA and Treasury Regulations and
Accounting principles and Departmental policies, Financial Delegations and
also through applicable compliance certificates.
ENQUIRIES : Mr Alfred Phaswana Tel No: (012) 846 3641 (GN)
Mr Patrick Sesane Tel No: (011) 247 5944 (JS)
Ms Rejoice Manamela Tel No: (012) 543 4313 (TN)


Sub Directorate: Finance and Administration
SALARY : R376 596 per annum
CENTRE : Gauteng North District
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate recognized three-year National Diploma/Degree in Public
Management/Finance/Supply Chain Management/Economics/Business/
Purchasing/Logistics plus minimum of 3 years’ experience in SCM at a
supervisory level. Knowledge and experience of SAP, BAS, PFMA, Treasury
Regulations, provisioning procedures and other legislative frameworks
applicable to the Public Sector will be a strong recommendation. Leadership,
management, conflict resolution and good communication skills (written &
verbal). Must have computer literacy and the ability to work under pressure. A
valid driver’s license.
DUTIES : Implementation of financial policies and procedures. Enquiry office is operating
efficiently. Vendor information forms are copied, recorded, and forwarded to
GDF for registration. Capturing of GRVs on SRM within 24 hours and payment
within 30 days. Follow up on outstanding payments for service providers. Clear
web-cycle entries weekly. Efficient operations i.e. collection of payrolls –
payslips distributed and returned within 7 working days. Proper record keeping
with regards to payroll administration. Liaise with schools and units regarding
payroll issues. Distribution of IRP5s. Compare accuracy of payroll with
exception report and liaise with THRS with reference to the exception report.
Non-compliance letters issued for return of payrolls. Report to HO on
completeness of payroll return and exception report. Implementation of petty
cash policies and procedures. Cashier’s office operates efficiently and petty
cash is replenished when needed. Monitor and bank revenue as and when
needed. Function as team leader by supervising tasks and responsibilities of
sub-ordinates. Provide training of staff on procedures and processes.
Performance management is done and poor performance is identified and
addressed. Office administration matters. Provide monthly management
reports. Attend management meetings.
ENQUIRIES : Mr. Alfred Phaswana Tel No: (012) 846 3641 (GN)


Sub-Directorate: HR Transaction Services
SALARY : R376 596 per annum
CENTRE : Tshwane North District
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate 3year National Diploma/Degree qualification in Human
Resource Management /Public Administration qualification plus 3- 5 years’
human resource administration experience, with 3 years being at supervisory
level. Knowledge and understanding of current education and public service
legislations, regulations and policies. Excellent communication (verbal and
written) and interpersonal skills. Demonstrative ability to use human resource
information systems for planning, monitoring and reporting. Ability to work
under pressure, use of PERSAL and provide expert advisory support to
business. Computer literacy in MS Excel, MS Word MS Access and MS Office
and Presentation. A valid South African driver’s license.
DUTIES : Ensure the provision of all personnel administrative aspects on conditions of
service. Maintain policies and ensure compliance with the relevant regulatory
framework. Advise line managers and employees on conditions of service,
staffing practices and remuneration. Ensure conditions of services processes
and standard operating procedures are effective and efficient. Compile reports
and assist in the conducting of HR Audits.Ensure the implementation of
termination transactions on Persal and update records on Persal. Advise
finance on termination for recovery of assets. GDF (e-Gov) on debt not
captured on Persal. Submit completed exit questionnaire to notify Performance
Management Development on resignation for intervention. Verify that PILIR
register is prior to the processing of termination. Train Office/District based
employees on the completion of documents and the termination policy for the
following resignation, contract expiry, retirement, death, ill Health retirement,
early retirement, severance package, exit interviews. Quality assure the correct
capturing of termination on Persal against outcome. Participate in the
development of all departmental Human Resource Transaction policies,
strategies, procedures and ensure the implementation and adherence by
Departmental personnel thereof. Participate in the development of HR
Procedure manuals and Facilitate HR administration activities or processes.
Provide a Human Resource advisory on conditions of services to all
departmental personnel. Ensure effective, efficient supervision of staff and
management of resources. Ensure human resources in the unit and maintain
discipline and the provision of equipment required by personnel for
achievement of outputs in their respective Job Descriptions.
ENQUIRIES : Ms Rejoice Manamela; Tel No: (012) 543 4313 (TN)

Sub-Directorate: Finance and Administration
SALARY : R376 596 per annum
CENTRE : Johannesburg North District
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate 3 year National Diploma/Degree qualification in public sector
management focusing on education planning plus 3-5 years’ experience.
Knowledge and understanding of the South African Schools Act and
regulations, spatial planning systems and norms of government, PFMA,
Treasury Regulations, Government Immovable Asset Management Act of
2007, Occupational Health and Safety act of 1993, Public Service Act and
Regulations, National Archives and Records Service Act. Skills: Ability to
implement the Provincial Infrastructure Delivery Management System, ability
to manage data received from NEIMS, GIS and related Facilities Management
systems, ability to apply the education priorities in terms of the physical
resources planning framework, ability to prepare and implement risk mitigation
strategies, ability to communicate and manage stakeholders.
DUTIES : Manage the infrastructure planning inputs as part of the Provincial
infrastructure Plan, Departmental Service Plan, Strategic Plan and Annual
Performance Plan. Undertake extensive analysis to formulate and maintain a
physical planning framework for the department based on long-term population
projections, education targets and verifiable crowding distance indicators.
Update information on NEIMS and document management system for all built
environment documentation. Research/literature studies to keep abreast with
new technologies and procedures. Manage the development, motivation and
utilisation of subordinates.
ENQUIRIES : Ms. N Mashazi Tel No: (011) 694 9321