DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT – VARIOUS POSTS (X22)


Department of Transport is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer with clear employment
equity targets. Preference will be given to candidates whose appointment will assist the department in
achieving its Employment Equity targets at these specific levels in terms of the Department’s
Employment Equity Plan, therefore Coloured male/ female, Indian male / female and people with
disabilities are encouraged to apply.


APPLICATIONS : Department of Transport, Private Bag X193, Pretoria, 0001 or hand deliver at
the 159 Forum Building, Cnr Struben and Bosman Street, Pretoria for attention
Recruitment Unit. Room 4034 or email to: Recruitment@dot.gov.za.
CLOSING DATE : 11 December 2020
NOTE : Applications must be accompanied by form Z83, obtainable from any Public
Service Department, (or obtainable atwww.gov.za) and a recent updated
comprehensive CV (previous experience must be comprehensively detailed,
i.e. positions held and dates), as well as certified copies of all qualifications and
ID document. Failure to submit the requested documents/information will result
in your application not being considered. It is the applicant’s responsibility to
have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification
Authority (SAQA). The Department reserves the right not to fill the posts. All
shortlisted candidates will be subjected to undertake a technical exercise that
intends to test relevant technical elements of the job; the logistics will be
communicated to candidates prior to the interviews. Recommended
candidates will also be required to attend a generic managerial competency
assessment after the interviews also take a note that National School of
Governance (NGS) has introduce compulsory SMS pre-entry certificate with
effect from 01 April 2020 as Minimum Entry Requirements for Senior
Management Services and can be accessed through the following link:
http://www.thensg.gov.za/training-course/sms-pre-entry-programme/. The
competency assessment will be testing generic managerial competencies
using the mandated DPSA SMS competency assessment tools. The
successful candidate must disclose to the Director-General particulars of all
registrable financial interests, sign a performance agreement and employment
contract with the Director-General within three months from the date of
assumption of duty. The successful candidate must be willing to sign an oath
of secrecy with the Department. Applicants will be expected to be available for
selection interviews and assessments at a time, date and place as determined
by the Department. An offer letter will only be issued to the successful
candidate once the following has been verified educational qualifications,
previous experience, citizenship, reference checks and security vetting. Please
note: Correspondence will only be entered into with short-listed candidates.
MANAGEMENT ECHELON


POST 27/155 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR-GENERAL: CORPORATE SERVICES REF NO:
DOT/HRM/2020/47

Branch: Administration (Office of the Chief Operations Officer)
SALARY : R1 521 591 per annum (Level 15) (All-inclusive salary package) of which 30%
can be structured according to individual needs.
CENTRE : Pretoria (Head Office)


REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate Bachelor degree in Public Management or Human Resource
Management/Law degree/International relations/Communication at NQF level
7 or B Com qualification and a post graduate qualification on NQF level 8 as
recognized by SAQA and SMS pre-entry certificate with at least 8 to 10 years’
relevant experience at a Senior Management level. Note: The following will
serve as recommendation: Excellent communication skills, extensive
knowledge and experience of the Transport planning, high level ability to
analyse and synthesise information and to formulate policy and strategy,
analytical abilities, excellent liaison skills, sound knowledge of government
protocol and processes, sound knowledge of Public Finance Management Act
(PFMA), Treasury Regulations, and Medium-Term Expenditure Framework
(MTEF).


DUTIES : The successful candidate will: Provide internal and external communication.
Manage the internal communication, media relations, monitor and analyze the
media. Manage stakeholder management, research, content development and
publications. Provide corporate management services. Provide a secretariat
service, security services, travel and facilities management services. Manage
and administer the Government Motor Transport processes and Government
Fleet contracts. Render human resource management and development.
Render human resource planning and administration services. Develop and
improve departmental transport sector capacity. Provide an effective
professional legal service to the Minister, Department and its Agencies. Render
a corporate legal service to the department, Minister and the domestic and
International Air Services Councils. Develop appropriate legislation in support
of the departmental policies. Provide and manage an effective information
technology services to the department. Develop and maintain business
information systems to enhance DoT operations. Maintaining current systems
and ensure operational effectiveness. Maintain effective information
technology infrastructure and manage IT security. Manage and control the
branch. Provide guidance and adequate support for and development of the
staff of the branch. Ensure compliance with all administrative requirements,
regulations, rules and instructions pertaining to the branch and the department.
Establish and maintain governance and administrative systems continuity
within the work of the branch and the department. Develop financial reports for
forecasting, trending and results analysis. Prepare and submit of
implementation plans. Evaluate infrastructure spending plans, authorize
expenditure, authorize travel plans, and monitor quality of work. Ensure the
compilation of the annual performance plan, annual report and strategic plan
of the branch. Monitor planning, organizing and delegation of work. Ensure that
monitoring and evaluation is carried out in all areas of the branch.
ENQUIRIES : Mr A Moemi Tel No: (012) 309 3172


POST 27/156 : CHIEF DIRECTOR: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND
DEVELOPMENT REF NO: DOT/HRM/2020/48
Branch
: Administration (Office of the Chief Operations Officer)
Chief Directorate: Human Resource Management and Development
SALARY : R1 251 183 per annum (Level 14). (All inclusive- salary package) of which 30%
can be structured according to individual needs.
CENTRE : Pretoria (Head Office)


REQUIREMENTS : A recognised NQF level 7 in Business Management /Management Services or
A Bachelor’s in Public Administration/Management or Bachelors in Human
Resource Management or equivalent qualifications as recognised by SAQA
and SMS pre-entry certificate programmes as prescribed by government. A
minimum 6-10 years relevant experience at Senior Management Level. The
following will serve as recommendation: Knowledge of Public Finance
Management Act (PFMA), Public Service Act, Public Service Regulations,
Minimum Information Security Standards (MISS), excellent communication
skills, interpersonal relations, project management, and financial management.


DUTIES : The successful candidate will: To render human resource management and
development services in the department: Render human resource planning
and administration services, Ensure the planning of human resources for
current and future needs, provide strategic support on HR practices and
policies, Manage the recruitment and selection process, manage conditions of
service and remuneration of employees, promote and maintain sound
employee relations. Develop and improve departmental and transport sector
capacity: Manage the training and development processes and programmes in
the department, manage the training and development processes and
programmes in the Transport Sector, develop, manage and monitor the
implementation of the Performance Management Development System
(PMDS) in the department. Provide organisational development solutions and
manage employee health and wellness and change management: Provide
management advisory and organisational design service, Ensure
implementation of change management processes, Manage and promote
employee health and wellness and occupational health and safety
programmes, develop, co-ordinate and implement all GDYC (gender, disability,
youth and children) related programmes and activities within the Department
and across the Transport sector. Provide high level management advice and
strategic support: Strategic advice to Minister, Director-General, Senior
Management and other role players (Agencies, Provinces, Departments), high
level submissions, research, comments and presentations, conduct objective
research and /or surveys, assist with/or conduct high level negotiations, ensure
compliance with regulatory frameworks and public service directives. Manage
and Control the Chief Directorate: Provide strategic direction for the functioning
of the Chief Directorate, promulgate internal management directives and
procedures for the chief directorate, present and obtain approval for the
strategic business plan of the chief directorate, define performance targets for
the chief directorate, manage the performance of the chief directorate, manage
the allocated resources of the chief directorate according to departmental
prescripts.


ENQUIRIES : Adv. Adam Masombuka Tel No: (012) 309 3888


POST 27/157 : CHIEF DIRECTOR: PUBLIC ENTITY OVERSIGHT REF NO:
DOT/HRM/2020/49
Branch:
Office of the Director-General
Chief Directorate: Public Entity Oversight
SALARY : R1 251 183 per annum (Level 14) (All-inclusive salary package) of which 30%
can be structured according to individual needs.
CENTRE : Pretoria


REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate recognised NQF level 7 in Transport Economics, Transport
Planning, Public Administration or equivalent qualification as recognized by
SAQA and SMS pre-entry Certificate plus 6 – 10 years relevant experience of
which 5 years must be on senior management level. A recognised NQF level
8 will be added advantage. Note: The following will serve as a
recommendation: Excellent communication skills, High-level ability to analyse
and synthesis information and to formulate policy and strategy, Analytical
abilities, excellent liaison skills, Sound knowledge of the PFMA, Treasury
Regulations and MTEF processes.

DUTIES : The successful candidate will: Manage and coordinate the departmental Public
Entities Corporate Governance and ensure compliance and ensure
compliance to Performance and Financial requirements across the four modes
of transport. Provide public entity corporate governance advisory services by
facilitating the recruitment process for the appointment of Board Members for
Public Entities. Facilitate the Cabinet approval and appointment process of the
Chief Executive Officers. Provide advice on governance matters and compile
the necessary reports. Ensure performance evaluations with regards to
governance functioning and general business performance is conducted.
Establish Public Entity governance structures. Manage the performance and
compliance of public entities by ensuring the alignment of public entity planning
documents (Corporate Plans, Strategic Plans and Annual Performance
Agreements) with the strategic plan of the Department. Monitor compliance
with PFMA and / or agency’s enabling legislations, regulations and policies.
Ensure compliance of Public Entities with financial requirements by
coordinating, analysing and reporting on the financial information and
performance according to the strategic / corporate plans. Oversee and facilitate
the implementation of sound financial practice within public entities. Oversee
effective Stakeholder Relation by managing and coordinating stakeholder
relations between the branches, Director-General and the Executive Authority
as well as the Public Entities. Serve as a point of contact between the
Department and Public Entities. Manage stakeholder queries and
Parliamentary questions. Manage and control the Chief Directorate by
providing guidance and adequate support for and development of the staff of
the Chief Directorate. Ensure compliance with all administrative requirements,
rules and instructions, pertaining to the Chief Directorate. Establish and
maintain governance and administrative system’s continuity within the work of
the Chief Directorate. Develop financial reports for forecasting, trending and
results analysis. Prepare and submit implementation plans. Ensure the
compilation of the annual report and strategic plan for the Chief Directorate.


ENQUIRIES : Mr Z. Thwala Tel No: (012) 309 3176


POST 27/158 : CHIEF DIRECTOR: RAIL REGULATION REF NO: DOT/HRM/2020/50
Branch:
Rail Transport
Chief Directorate: Rail Regulation
Directorate: Rail Policy and Strategy Development
SALARY : R1 251 183 per annum (Level 14) (All-inclusive salary package) of which 30%
can be structured according to individual needs.
CENTRE : Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate recognised NQF level 7 in Transport Economics/Transport
Management with Engineering or Project Management as recognized by
SAQA and SMS pre-entry Certificate plus 6 – 10 years relevant experience of
which 5 years must be on senior management level. A recognised NQF level
8 will be added advantage. Note: The following will serve as a
recommendation: Compilation of management reports. Sound Knowledge of
Public Finance Management (PFMA). Excellent communication skills (verbal
and writing).

DUTIES : The successful candidate will: Develop Policy and Strategy for the
development of rail industry in South Africa. Coordinate and maintain the
implementation of new and amended policy and strategy. Put in place capacity
development. Manage the development and implementation of rail economic
regulation framework by providing advice in the development and
implementation of economic regulation framework. Coordinate a rail
environment to attract private sector. Manage the development of rail transport
safety and security and develop operational standards and guidelines for safety
by developing, implementing and maintaining rail traffic signal. Develop
operational standards and guidelines for rail traffic. Develop the use of
technology in rail safety and security. Manage and control the chief directorate
by establishing and maintaining good governance and administrative systems
continuity within the work of the branch. Develop financial reports for
forecasting, trending and results analysis. Ensure the compilation of the annual
report strategic plan of the chief directorate.


ENQUIRIES : Adv. Adam Masombuka Tel No: (012) 309 3888

OTHER POST


POST 27/159 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: IT AUDI: REF NO: DOT/HRM/2020/51
Branch:
Office of the Director-General
Chief Directorate: Internal Audit and Fraud Investigations
Directorate: Internal, Performance and IT Audits
Sub-Directorate: IT Audit
SALARY : R376 596 per annum (Level 09)
CENTRE : Pretoria


REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate 3 years National Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree in Information
Systems or Internal Auditing or equivalent at NQF level 6/7 as recognised by
SAQA plus three (3) years relevant experience. Registration for a Certified
Information System Auditor (CISA) qualification and membership of
Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) would serve as an
added advantage. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: IIA standards, ISACA
standards, Public Service corporate Governance of Information and
Communication Technology Policy Framework, COSO, ISO, ITIL / ISO 20000
IT Service management, ISO 9001 Quality management, COBIT and KING III
requirements for IT Governance, CMMI-DEV, ISO 12207 Software
Development Life Cycle Processes, PRINCE2 Project management
methodology, PMBOK, ISO 10006 (Guidelines for quality management in
Projects), ISO 27001 (Information Security Management), ISO 9126 (Software
Engineering Product Quality), ISO 12119 (Information technology – Software
packages – Quality requirements and testing); and appropriate IEEE standards
for Software Quality Assurance and Testing. The following will serve as
recommendations: substantial experience in IT Audit and Internal Audit or
relevant environment, detailed knowledge of PFMA, Treasury Regulations and
other relevant legislation, IT Security Qualification, Data Analytics
Qualification, understanding of performance management system would be
advantageous, knowledge of the public service and applicable legislation,
management experience, attention to detail, excellent verbal, liaison and
writing communication, planning and coordinating skills, good problem solving
and presentation skills, willingness to work irregular hours.


DUTIES : Planning IT Audits, executing IT Audits, Reporting on IT Audit projects, follow
up on implementation of IT general controls and application review audit
findings, participate in the development of the annual IT audit operational plan,
perform engagements plans that include engagement’s objectives, scope,
timing, and resource allocation, perform the execution of audit projects as per
annual operational plan, perform engagement of work programs, compile draft
IT reports for review by supervisor, ensure that audit communications are
accurate, objective, clear, concise, constructive, complete and timely, provide
input in the development of the annual audit opinion report, update findings
tracking report in relation to IT general controls and application controls audit
findings, provide assistance in the compilation of all required administrative
reports, maintain good stakeholder relationships with all relevant stakeholders.


ENQUIRIES : Ms M Kgwadi Tel No: (012) 309 3950