Directorate: Logistics (Transport)
SALARY : R257 508 – R303 339 per annum (Level 7) (plus benefits)
CENTRE : Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital (CHBAH)
REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 with 3-5 years’ experience in Transport Management. Computer
literacy (Ms Office Package). Valid driver’s licences (Code 8/EC/AC) and a
valid PDP. Knowledge and understanding of Fleet Management/Transport
policy. Must have good report writing skills. Ability to communicate well with
people at different levels and from different backgrounds. Sound organizational
skills. Ability to handle information confidentially. Sound verbal and written
communication skills. Ability to act with tact and discretion. Good telephone
etiquette and interpersonal relations skills. Must be self-motivated. Ability to
work under pressure and be prepared to rotate and operate as a reliever to
other sections within the Logistics department. Problem solving and decision-
making skills. Knowledge of regulations and the legislative framework related
to Logistics and the ability to interpret them. Ability to handle tasks of
multidisciplinary nature. Knowledge and application of the Batho Pele
Principles. Applicant should be prepared to undergo Medical surveillance as
an inherent job requirement. Supervisory experience will be an added
DUTIES : Supervise, guide and motivate Drivers and Despatchers. Ensure that
Subordinates go on training (including in service training). Apply progressive
discipline against your Subordinates when need arises Co-ordinate transport –
ensure that the best and most economic use of Government vehicles are
maintained. Exercise control over the maintenance and expenditure involved

in the use of Government vehicles. Arrange for proper completion and regular
scrutiny of all records and returns concerning Government vehicles. Ensure
that the vehicles under your control are kept in a good condition and that they
are serviced regularly. Ensure the correctness and analyses of all registers e.g.
logbooks and reports, controlled and submitted by subordinates. Ensure the
safe keeping of vehicle keys and petrol cards. Ensure licensing of motor
vehicles is up to date. Ensure that the Drivers licences and PDPs are valid and
updated. Ensure that all instructions relevant to the use, operation and
maintenance of Government vehicles are complied with. Act as liaison between
your office, the mergence and Government Garage. Ensure that maintenance
schedules are kept and that vehicles are properly looked after and checked on
daily basis before and after each trip. Ensure availability of vehicles and co-
ordinate transport. Plan daily, weekly and monthly vehicle use in line with
priorities and service delivery aims. Communicating with Head Office and
Government Garage, re shortage of vehicles, damage on vehicles, renewal of
licenses, etc. Reporting of accidents and problems to Government Garage as
well as Hospital Management and the completion of T282. Controlling Stats
entered by Transport Officer (KPI). Attend to any transport related queries
Compile a monthly duty roster for Drivers and Dispatching Clerks. Submit
weekly and monthly written reports and statistics to Manager. Attend training
and workshops as and when required and/or requested to do so. Perform any
reasonable tasks within the directorate as may be required. Maintain
professional growth/ethical standards and self-development. Reviews and final
ENQUIRIES : Ms J. van Rensburg Tel No: (011) 933 8756
APPLICATIONS : Applications should be hand delivered to The Director: Human Resource, Chris
Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital between 8am and 3pm at Ground Floor,
Main Admin Building or posted to The Director: Human Resource, Chris Hani
Baragwanath Academic Hospital, Private Bag X01, Pimville, 1808 or Email to:
NOTE : Applications must be submitted on form Z83 fully completed, obtainable from
any Public Service Department or on the internet at The completed and signed form should be
accompanied by a recently updated CV that specifies the following: All
experience indicating the position, institution and respective dates
(DD/MM/YY). Documents to be attached are ID document, copies of
qualification/s including matric and relevant council registration certificate and
proof of current registration (Where applicable). Relevant service certificates.
Failure to submit all the requested documents will result in the application not
being considered. If you have not been contacted within three (3) months after
the closing date, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.
Candidates will be subjected to Personnel Suitability Checks (PSC) –
Verification (Reference checks- Provide at least 3 off which one must be
immediate supervisor, identity verification, qualifications verification, criminal
record checks, credit/financial stability checks and employment verification).
The recommended candidate may be subjected to medical surveillance as
required by the Occupational Health and safety Act, Act 5/1993. CHBAH
reserves the right to utilize practical exercises/tests for Non-SMS positions
during the recruitment process to determine the suitability of candidates for the
post(s). The Gauteng Department of Health is guided by the principles of
Employment Equity; therefore, all the appointments will be made in accordance
with the Employment Equity target of the department. People with disability are
encouraged to apply.

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