Licensing Officer at City of Johannesburg

General Worker at City of Johannesburg
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Licensing Officer at City of Johannesburg

Department: Public Safety: Licensing
Branch: Licensing
Designation: Licensing Officer
Remuneration: R25 422.17 pm (basic salary excluding benefits)
Location: Various Regions

Minimum Requirements:

  • Grade 12 / NQF level 4 and a relevant qualification preferably a higher certificate at NQF
    level 5;
  • 3 – 5 years’ relevant experience;
  • Knowledge of legislative prescripts relating to PFMA, NRTA, eNatis;
  • No criminal record;
  • Computer literacy (MS Office)

Primary Function:
Manage the implementation, monitoring, evaluation and reporting off sequences of
outcomes associated with plans and procedural application designed to accomplish
key service delivery objectives with respect to with respect to with the provision all
vehicles and licensing service through the coordination of operations and quality
systems and approval / certificates process in accordance with the statutory legislation
of the NRTA 93 of 1996

Key Performance Areas:

  • Identifies with the Road Safety Strat4egy and statutory requirements an defines,
    implements and monitors the short-term plans / objectives for the functionality;
  • Issuing of information, screening of application form and directing applicants;
  • Prepare and recommend the application for approval purposes;
  • Data capturing of all approved applications;
  • Collection and accounting of all prescribed payments and issuance of final documents;
  • Perform quality control on all applications executed by all Natis Users;
  • Implement procedures systems and control to regulate specific work sequences associated
    with the functionality;
  • Monitor and perform applications/ procedures associated with registration and licensing of
    motor vehicles;

Leading Competencies:

  • Computer Literacy MA Office;
  • Good Customer Relations;
  • Numeracy Skills.

Core Competencies:

  • Work overtime and flexi-time when required, to ensure quality assurance.
  • Must be able to function under physically and mentally stressful conditions.

“All suitably qualified candidates are encouraged to apply and will be
considered. The City of Johannesburg applies the principles of employment
equity as per National legislation and policy guidelines and will consider
designated groups in line with these requirements. Preference will be given to
previously disadvantaged groups including those with disabilities.
Appointments will be made in accordance with the approved Employment
Equity Plan to promote its equitable representation in terms of race, gender and

Please take note that only online applications will be considered. Please apply by
using the following link below:


Contact Person: Ntutuzelo Tsotsi
Tel No: (011) 490 1564


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