Municipality is committed
to employment practices that redress past imbalances in respect of race,
gender, creed and disability, and as such the relevant policy will be
considered during selection and placement.
Applications are invited from suitably
qualified persons for appointment to the under-mentioned position. Persons with
a disability are encouraged to apply, unless otherwise stated in the
TRAFFIC AND LICENSING SERVICES
(TRAFFIC AND LICENSING SERVICES)
TASK Grade 17
(R568 044 – R789 744 per annum)
only, excluding benefits)
In compliance with the
Employment Equity Plan, preference will be given to suitably qualified African
(male/female), Coloured (male/female) and White (female) applicants.
- Relevant tertiary qualification, preferably
in Traffic Management.
- Vehicle and Drivers Licence Examiner
- Computer literacy – Microsoft Office
- Valid Code EC Driver’s Licence.
- No criminal record.
- Seven to eight years’ experience, including
- Computer literacy – Microsoft Office
- Presentation, report-writing and managerial
The successful candidate will be
required to undergo a Municipal License Driving test (possession thereof will be an advantage).
the planning, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and reporting
sequences of outcomes associated with plans and procedural applications
designed to accomplish the key service delivery objectives of the Traffic
and Licensing branch with respect to the provision of a Vehicle Testing
and licensing service, Traffic Operations, the co-ordination of Municipal
Court and Legal process, Support Services operations in accordance with
council By-Laws and statutory legislation regulating Road Safety.
with the Executive Director on specific key Performance areas (Vehicle
testing, Licensing, Traffic, Municipal court and Legal process, Sport
Services, Communication and Quality Assurance) with a view to aligning
functions and services delivery objectives against the capacity and
capability of the Branch.
the Branch’s business plans with clear outcomes, monitoring of the plans
and reporting on outcomes.
service delivery trends and capacity against requirements and submitting
reports supporting specific provisions for consideration in the
preparation of capital and operational expenditure estimates to support
plans and objectives.
the budget and administering the approved budget and
controlling/monitoring expenditure through the institution of control
measures, conducting spot checks and audit inspections, and undertaking
special investigations to ensure that control measure are implemented and
internally/externally (South African Bureau of Standards, Department of
Transport, etc.) on the implementation of the Quality System and statutory
requirements with regard to Vehicle Testing and Licensing processes and
interventions and providing reasons and recommendations to improve and/or
sustain the effectiveness of current applications.
the role boundaries, workflow processes and job-design against laid down
service delivery requirements.
and inspecting road blocks or conducting observations of work sequences
and determining extent of awareness quality assurance applications and/or
the need for corrective/remedial measures and amendment/update of
with both internal and external stakeholders by hosting and attending
meetings with Council Committees, Councillors, SAPS, Labour Unions and
members of Provincial and National Departments for the implementation of
and maintaining the activity and record keeping systems and/or executing
specific actions to facilitate the updating of registers schedules and
manuals (Quality System and procedures, Occupational Health and Safety
Registers, Training records, Work Instruction Lists, Testing and Measuring
Equipment Registers, etc.
As part of the selection process, candidates may be
tested on any requirement, skill or competency, which will include
pre-employment screening, security vetting and psychometric assessment.
Fringe benefits will include membership of a
Retirement Fund, Medical Aid Scheme, Group Life Assurance Scheme, participation
in a Housing Subsidy and Car Schemes (subject to the conditions of the various
Schemes), and normal leave and sick leave benefits.
SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FORM AND SUPPORTING
that all applications for employment should be completed on the official employment application form of the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality and
accompanied by certified copies of academic qualifications (please
do not submit original supporting documentation, as this will not be returned). Z83 applications and faxed applications are no longer
CV not accompanied by a fully completed official application form will not be
Please complete one employment application form per vacancy, clearly stating the
position code of the post for which you are applying.
Official application forms are obtainable from the Employment Application
Receiving Centres that are located on ground floor of: Lillian Diedericks
Building (formerly Brister House),
OR Town Hall,
Market Street, Uitenhage. Application
forms may also be downloaded from the municipal website: www.nelsonmandelabay.gov.za. Telephonic
enquires may be directed to the Receptionist, Tel: 041 506 3259.
Mail to the Executive Director: Corporate Services (Human Resources
Management Services Sub-Directorate),
Port Elizabeth 6000 or deliver to the relevant Employment
Application Receiving Centre.
Kindly note that the Municipality contacts shortlisted applicants only.
Applicants not contacted within six weeks of the closing date may safely assume
that their applications were not successful. They are nevertheless thanked for
their interest shown in the position/s advertised.
CLOSING DATE: THURSDAY, 4 MAY 2017, before 12h00