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DIVISIONAL MANAGER: RECORDS, AUXILIARY SERVICES & SECRETARIAT
(REF: C/S002/09/2020)
WORK STATION: Nkangala District Municipality, Corporate Service Department
SALARY: R517 271.00 / R530 231.00 p.a (Plus Contribution to Medical Aid, Pension Fund, Group Life, Housing, Cellphone and Travelling allowance of 650km per month
TERM OF OFFICE: Permanent Level: 3/9
 
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Grade 12 (Matric). Post Graduate Diploma in Public administration /Management (NQF Level 7) plus a qualification in Records Management / Archives. Qualification in Municipal Finance Management Programme (NQF Level 6). Degree in Public Administration will be an added advantage (NQF Level 7).
 
EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Minimum 5 years’ experience in municipal administration / council support and rendering of secretariat services with minimum 3 years at a supervisory level. Experience in records and archives management is compulsory.DUTIES:
LIBRARY & INFORMATION SERVICES
• Manage and administer the records and archives of NDM
• Ensure compliance with NDM library & records policies
• Develop SOP for effective and efficient administration of records and archives within NDM
• Acquire, organise, manage and distribute library resources
• Use library systems and specialist computer applications
• Prepare abstracts and indexes of current periodicals, organisation of bibliographies, analysis of background information and preparation of reports related to key issuesPreserve government publications, records, and documents that form the historical records of actions taken and decisions made by the government.
 
AUXILIARY SERVICES
• Manage provision of a driver-messenger service for the municipality
• Manage provision of reprographic services for the municipality
• Manage the provision of receptionist / telephonist service
 
RECORDS MANAGEMENT AND ARCHIVING SERVICE
• Establish / maintain a file registry / records office for the municipality to manage records in terms of applicable legislation
• Develop and maintain file indices (indexes)
• Process all incoming mail for filing, and distribution to relevant departments within the municipality
• Issue overdue notices for files not returned to registry / records office
• Systematic disposal of records in terms of legislation
• Filing of operational documents into individual files, as well as into personnel files
• Transfer of files to other government entities, where required by law
• Process applications in terms of the Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA)
 
SECRETARIAT SERVICES
Provision of secretarial support to Committees of Council and Forums through the application of laid down meeting procedures and recording proceedings at meeting as well as administrative work;
Provide Specific activities associated with the provision of secretarial support by:Scheduling, Confirming and updating Committee meeting schedules
• Supervising the compilation and copying of agenda items for all Council and
Committee meetings.
• Preparing notification, agendas and minutes for specific meetings.
• Developing and maintaining a comprehensive filing system through the conducting of an information audit, separating documents according to types and sources, compiling a user-friendly format of Council Resolution Register.
• Maintaining the compliance with the Rules of Order in Council and Committee meetings and code of conduct for Councillors
• Providing logistical and administrative support for the functionality of committee services for Council.
• Maintaining a sound record keeping system for the secretariat division in line with Council records management policy
• Supervise and monitor the process of submission of items and/or reports and supporting documentation for inclusion in Council and Committee Agendas
• Edit and review reports and compile recommendations on behalf of the Municipal Manager.
• Circulate reports to relevant officials to obtain comments and have the reports signed off by the Municipal Manager.
• Supporting Committee Officers by attending some meetings to minutes meetings and record all amendments and corrections.
Edit minutes of Council and Committee meetings.
• Coordinate the compilation of Council Annual schedule of committee meetings
 
 
 CONTROL ROOM OPERATOR (RE-Advert)
(REF: S/S004/09/2020)
WORK STATION: Nkangala District Municipality, Social Service Department
SALARY: R194 581/ R201 377/ R208 582/ R216 492 p.a (Plus: Contribution to Medical Aid, Pension Fund, Group Life and Housing Allowance)
TERM OF OFFICE: Permanent Level: 10/9
 
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Grade 12, Control Room, Call Centre or Fire Fighter 1 Certificate, Basic Ambulance Assistant (BAA) with HPCSA registration. Ability to communicate in English and at least in more than one language dominant in the region, i.e. SiSwati, Ndebele, SePedi and Tswana. Advanced Computer Literacy.
 
EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: 3 years relevant experience
 
DUTIES: Take emergency calls, ensuring accurate recording of the incident type, location of incident and contact details of the caller. Apply good listening skills, and fast typing onto the incident screen / register regarding the details of the call. Record full incident details on the disaster management systems or the incident logbook / register. Despatch relevant emergency services to reported incident after full analysis and magnitude of the incident or disaster. Monitor the status quo of the incident/disaster and activate additional resources as per the need of the commander. Disseminate early-warnings to vulnerable communities. Advice vulnerable communities regarding the mitigating measures regarding medical treatment or fire management while agency is being activated. Monitor and report status quo of the disaster management systems and equipment’s to the supervisor. Assist in distribution of relief material and participating in disaster management awareness campaigns where necessary. Review and update contact numbers for all emergency services (such as fire services, EMS, traffic, SAPS and etc.) on the disaster management system. Refer none emergency calls to the relevant services for attention. Close all calls and handover full details of the call/s.
 
 
 
(OCCUPATION HEALTH SAFETY (OHS) INTERN
(REF: C/S003/09/2020)
Nkangala District Municipality, Corporate Service Department
STIPEND: R52 052,00 p a
Fixed term for 24 months (2yrs) Level: N/A
 
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: National Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety (NQF Level 6).
 
EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: NONE
 
DUTIES:
• Assist in conducting health and safety risk assessment.
• Assist in investigating accidents or injuries in the workplace
Assist in reporting accidents to Labour Department
• Assist in carrying out workplace inspection to identify potential hazards that may affect the health and safety of employees in the workplace and take necessary actions.
• Assist in auditing contractor’s safety files
• Assist in providing crucial OHSA training to employees

Assist in preparation of various reports, documents and formsAssist in performing other related activities as assigned Knowledge; Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993, Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act 130 of 1996, National building regulations and building standard act 103 of 1993.
 
 
 
 
 
COMMUNITY SERVICE INTERNS X 2
(REF: S/S002/09/2020)
WORK STATION: Nkangala District Municipality, Social Service Department
STIPEND: R52 052.00 p.a
TERM OF OFFICE: Eked term for 24 months (2 yrs) Level: N/A
 
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Grade 12 certificate, Completed Environmental Health (EH) curriculum. Registration with Professional bodies as Environmental health student at HPCSA. Good computer skills and completed all EH experiential training. Applicant must be unemployed and resides within Nkangala district Municipality.
 
EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: NONE
 
DUTIES:
• Performing inspections of specific premises: undertakers, offensive trades, hairdressers, places of entertainment, recreational facilities, resorts, child-care establishments, hostels
• Preparing monthly MHS reports.
• Conducting general inspections of residential and business premises in response to EH related complaints received.
• Perform routine monitoring and sampling of water sources
• Enforcement of MHS by-laws and other relevant legislations.
• Conduct environmental education and awareness campaigns within the local jurisdiction.
• Investigating complaints regarding noise disturbance and monitor levels thereof.
• Preparing and serving notices, letters, reports, etc, according to environmental health legislations.
• Conduct food premises inspections.
• Monitoring waste management within the local jurisdiction.
• Monitoring the exhumation and reburial or disposal of human remains
• Scrutinising building plans and report comments
• Providing health education and instructions during inspections
• Issue Certificate of Compliance or Acceptance in accordance with applicable legislationInvestigating outbreaks/incidences of food borne diseases (infections and poisonings)
• Attend meetings, Training, workshops or conferences

ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE, MONITORING AND ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
(REF: S/S003/09/2020)
WORK STATION: Nkangala District Municipality, Social Service Department
SALARY: R 393 838.00/ R 413 865.00/ R434 869.00 p.a. (Plus Contribution to Medical Aid, Pension Fund, Group Life, Housing, Cellphone and travelling allowance of 850km per month)
TERM OF OFFICE: Permanent Level: 5/9

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Grade 12. National Diploma (NQF Level 6) in Environmental Management/Science or Natural Science. Environmental Management Inspectors (EMI) course as well as a degree in Environmental management science (NQF Level 7) will be an added advantage. Computer literacy (MS Office). Code C1 Drivers’ license.

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: 2 years working experience in environmental services specifically in Environmental Compliance and Enforcement. Knowledge of appropriate legislation in respect of environmental compliance monitoring enforcement and Air Quality Management with distinct focus on the implementation of the National Environmental: Air Quality Act 39 of 2004.

DUTIES:
• Undertake routine inspections and ensure compliance by industry with environmental management legislation and standards, through:

  • Entering premises to ascertain compliance
  • Seizing evidence of non-compliance
  • Issuing of compliance and enforcement notices

• Investigate environmental crimes and institute appropriate enforcement actions, namely:

  • Questioning witnesses
  • Copying documents
  • Inspecting and removing articles or substances
  • Taking photographs and audio-visual recordings

• Exercise administrative powers, such as issuing of compliance notices;
• Work closely with the SAPS in investigation of environmental crimes
• Work closely with the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to ensure successful prosecution of offenders
• Process and respond to environmental incidents reported to the municipality;
• Review air quality compliance reports submitted by industries;
• Liaison with other agencies in inspection and monitoring of the environment
• Review Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Environmental Audit reports to enhance compliance monitoring and enforcement
• Conduct Environmental awareness campaigns within the District Municipality





CONTROL ROOM OPERATOR (RE-Advert)
(REF: S/S004/09/2020)
WORK STATION: Nkangala District Municipality, Social Service Department
SALARY: R194 581/ R201 377/ R208 582/ R216 492 p.a (Plus: Contribution to Medical Aid, Pension Fund, Group Life and Housing Allowance)
TERM OF OFFICE: Permanent Level: 10/9

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Grade 12, Control Room, Call Centre or Fire Fighter 1 Certificate, Basic Ambulance Assistant (BAA) with HPCSA registration. Ability to communicate in English and at least in more than one language dominant in the region, i.e. SiSwati, Ndebele, SePedi and Tswana. Advanced Computer Literacy.

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: 3 years relevant experience

DUTIES: Take emergency calls, ensuring accurate recording of the incident type, location of incident and contact details of the caller. Apply good listening skills, and fast typing onto the incident screen / register regarding the details of the call. Record full incident details on the disaster management systems or the incident logbook / register. Despatch relevant emergency services to reported incident after full analysis and magnitude of the incident or disaster. Monitor the status quo of the incident/disaster and activate additional resources as per the need of the commander. Disseminate early-warnings to vulnerable communities. Advice vulnerable communities regarding the mitigating measures regarding medical treatment or fire management while agency is being activated. Monitor and report status quo of the disaster management systems and equipment’s to the supervisor. Assist in distribution of relief material and participating in disaster management awareness campaigns where necessary. Review and update contact numbers for all emergency services (such as fire services, EMS, traffic, SAPS and etc.) on the disaster management system. Refer none emergency calls to the relevant services for attention. Close all calls and handover full details of the call/s.





PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT OFFICER (PMS)
FTC (REF: M/M001/09/2020)
WORK STATION: Nkangala District Municipality, Office of the Municipal Manager
SALARY: R 603 363.00 (Total cost to Company/ All-inclusive package)
TERM OF OFFICE: Fixed term contract for five (5) years which is renewable yearly
Level: 5/9

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Grade 12, Degree (NQF Level 7)1 National Diploma (NQF Level 6) in Auditing/ Public Administration/ Business Administration/ Human Resource Management (HRM) (with Performance Management System (PMS) module). 
NB: Qualification in Performance Management will be an added advantage.

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: 2-3 years’ experience in Performance Management System within the Local Government sector. (Dealing with Individual Performance Management and Performance Management Auditing). In-depth understanding of knowledge of legislation governing Local Government.

DUTIES:
• Facilitate quarterly reviews of all performance work plans in sync with reviews of operational plans
• Facilitate performance management of individual employees, including quality assurance of work plans, quarterly performance reviews, and annual performance assessments
• Undertake auditing of performance files and assessments





ICT TECHNICIAN (REF: M/M002/09/ 2020)
WORK STATION: Nkangala District Municipality, Office of the Municipal Manager
SALARY: R 393 838.00/ R 413 865.00/ R434 869.00 p.a. (Plus Contribution to Medical Aid,
Pension Fund, Group Life, Housing and cellphone allowance)
TERM OF OFFICE: Permanent
Level: 5/9


QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Technology, or Computer Science. (NQF Level 6) Certification at IT Technician (e.g. MS Certified IT B drivers’ Licence. A degree in Information Technology (NQF Level7) 

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: years’ proven experience as IT technician position, Excellent diagnostic and problem solving skills. Excellent communication ability, outstanding organizational and time-management skills, In depth understanding of diverse privacy

DUTIES:
• Install and configure appropriate software and functions according to specifications
• Develop and maintain local networks in ways that optimise performance
• Provide orientation and guidance to users on how to operate new software and computer
• Organise and schedule upgrades and maintenance without deterring others from
• Maintain records/logs of repairs and fixes and maintenance schedule
• Identify computer or network equipment shortages and place orders

NOTE: The successful candidate will undergo security and qualifications vetting and enter into an employment contract / performance agreement with the municipality and will be subjected to a 6 months’ probation period and disclosure of financial interests, as requested, must be submitted. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates.

Applicants should apply online and include the following: application letter, detailed CV together with certified copies of qualifications and identity document, as well as the completed, prescribed NDM General Application Form for Employment (available in or be printed from Council’s web site www.nkangaladm.gov.za). Apply online at http://nkangaladm.jb.skillsmapafrica.com.  

Nkangala District Municipality reserves the right not to fill any of the positions

Enquiries: Ms Hlengiwe Nkosi: 013 249 2082 

Closing date: 25 September 2020 @ 16H30

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