PO BOX 116
NELSON MANDELA BAY MUNICIPALITY
Alternatively contact the Corporate Services Directorate, tel. (041) 506-3259
NO faxed applications will be accepted.
CORPORATE SERVICES DIRECTORATE
POSITION CODE: 200099
TASK Grade 16 (Salary R617 340 – R858 264 per annum)
(Basic salary only, excluding benefits)
Qualifications and experience required:
- Appropriate level of Tertiary Qualification, preferably B Degree or equivalent qualification in a relevant study discipline.
- Five to seven years’ relevant experience at management level.
- A valid Code EC Drivers’ License.
- Computer literacy in Office applications.
- Good communication, report-writing, presentation and interpersonal skills, as the appointee will deal with employees from all levels of the organisation, Councilors and officials from outside organisations.
- Ability to deal with staff related issues (e.g. maintaining discipline and resolving grievances/conflict).
- Meeting predetermined deadlines.
- Organising, planning and motivating skills.
· Developing strategic skills development and employment equity programmes aligned to the NMBM Integrated Development Plan (IDP).
· Managing the skills grant levy system to increase investment in skills development.
· Planning, organising, scheduling, monitoring and leading the work of subordinates to ensure operational efficiency.
· Ensuring that communication strategies are in place to create awareness of training and equity related matters.
· Managing the analysis of all employment policies, practices and procedures and the working environment to identify equity barriers.
· Managing the implementation of all skills development and employment equity policies and procedures.
· Managing the submission of the Employment Equity Plan and the Workplace Skills Plan, as well as progress reports in this regard.
· Managing the learnership and experiential learning programmes to ensure that graduates improve their skills base.
· Liaising with external training providers to ensure that diverse training needs are met.
Ref. 24 – 21 February 2020