DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, LAND REFORM AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT

DALRRD is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. It is our intention to promote representivity in DALRRD through the filling of posts. The Department reserves the right not to fill a position.

APPLICATIONS : The reference number should be featured in the subject line in the application e-mail sent to the Department.

CLOSING DATE : 27 August 2021 at 16:00

NOTE : That should be accompanied by comprehensive CVs (previous experience must be expansively detailed) and copies of qualifications, service certificates to support senior management experience, driver’s licence and proof of registration with professional bodies where applicable, identification document and permanent residency/work permit. Only shortlisted candidates will be required to submit certified documents on or before the day of the interview following communication from Human Resource. Foreign qualifications must be accompanied by an evaluation report issued by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). It is the applicant’s responsibility to have all foreign qualifications evaluated by SAQA and to provide proof of such evaluation. As from 1 January 2021, applications received on the incorrect application form (Z83) will not be considered. All required information on Form Z83 must be provided. Failure to complete or disclose all required information will automatically disqualify the applicant. Attachments to emailed applications must be limited to 10 megabytes and be as a PDF document.
The DALRRD cannot be held responsible for server delays. Failure to submit the required documents will result in your application not being considered. If you apply for more than one post, submit separate applications for each post that you apply for. Correspondence will be entered into with short-listed candidates within three (3) months after the closing date of the post. If by then you have not been contacted for an interview you were not successful in your application. The requirements for appointment at Senior Management Service level include the successful completion of Senior Management Pre-entry Programme as endorsed by the National School of Government.
Shortlisted candidates must provide proof of successful completion of the course. No appointment will take place without the successful completion of the pre-entry certificate and submission of proof thereof. All shortlisted candidates will be subjected to a technical exercise that intends to test relevant technical elements of the job, the logistics of which will be communicated by the Department. Following the interview and technical exercise, the selection panel will recommend candidates to attend a generic managerial competency assessment in compliance with the Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) Directive on the Implementation of Competency Based Assessments. The competency assessment will be testing generic managerial competencies using the mandated DPSA SMS competency assessment tools. Shortlisted candidates will be required to be available for assessments and interviews at a date and time as determined by the department. All shortlisted candidates will be subjected to personnel suitability checks and the successful candidate will have to undergo full security vetting. DALRRD may conduct reference checks which will include social media profiles of the shortlisted candidates. The successful candidate will be appointed subject to positive results of the security clearance process. The successful candidate will be required to enter into an employment contract, sign an annual performance agreement and annually disclose her or his financial interests. All applicants are required to declare any conflict or perceived conflict of interest, to disclose memberships of Boards and directorships that they may be associated with.

MANAGEMENT ECHELON
DEPUTY DIRECTOR-GENERAL: RURAL DEVELOPMENT

REF NO: 3/2/1/2021/007

Branch: Rural Development
Re-advertised, applicants who previously applied are encourage to reapply if still interested.

SALARY : R1 521 591 per annum (Level 15), (All-inclusive package), the package includes a basic salary (70% of package), and a flexible portion that may be structured in accordance with the rules for Senior Management Services (SMS).

CENTRE : Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS : Successful completion of Pre-entry Certificate for SMS as endorsed by the National School of Government (NSG). Bachelor’s Degree or Advanced Diploma (NQF Level 7) in Rural Development / Sociology / Political Science / Economics / Statistics and Honours Degree or Post Graduate Diploma (NQF Level 😎 in Rural Development / Sociology / Political Science / Economics / Statistics. Postgraduate qualification in Built Environment Professions e.g. Engineering / Town Planning / Architecture / Quantity Surveying / Sustainable Agriculture / Project Management and registered as a Built Environment Professional will be an added advantage. 8 – 10 years’ experience at a senior managerial level in relevant environment. Job Related Knowledge: An understanding in the Public Service environment. Thorough knowledge of Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and related Treasury Regulations, Practice Notes, Instructions, Circulars. Understanding of the South African economy with respect to rural development, growth, equity and empowerment. Sound understanding of the interconnectedness of Government policies and strategies. Knowledge of Rural Development Programme (RDP) / Integrated Sustainable Rural Development Strategy (ISRDS) / Comprehensive Rural Development Programme (CRDP). Job Related Skills: Communication skills. Motivational and influential skills. Strong networking and interpersonal skills. Good presentation skills. Negotiation skills. Project management skills. Computer literacy. Planning and organising skills. Problem solving skills. Conflict management skills. A valid driver’s licence. Ability to work proactively and under pressure.

DUTIES : Provide social organisation and development towards economic upliftment. Facilitate community mobilisation and institution building to reduce household poverty in accordance with Comprehensive Rural Development Programme (CRDP). Facilitate national project implementation. Monitor, manage and mainstream youth development programmes. Facilitate skills development. Provide National Rural Youth Service Corps (NARYSEC) support services. Facilitate Community credit self-reliance. Provide oversight of the Recruitment targets and sites of the NARYSEC Programme. Provide strategic direction and policy monitoring and advice in supporting the NARYSEC Programme recruitment. Develop a recruitment plan for NARYSEC aligned to priorities. Coordinate and facilitate infrastructure development services. Facilitate the development of infrastructure projects. Facilitate the process of packaging identified infrastructure projects for all identified sites. Manage infrastructure budgets allocations per province. Monitor the implementation of infrastructure plans per province. Mobilise and influence government and external resources. Coordinate stakeholders for technical support in the identified areas. Coordinate the funds of all Sector Departments to facilitate the implementation of projects. Access private sector funding e.g. corporate social investments. Coordinate and facilitate infrastructure development services to all Agri-Parks sites. Develop and adapt innovative and appropriate technologies. Promote indigenous knowledge systems and environment and natural resource utilisation within rural areas. Conduct research of innovative technology and development focused on rural innovations and natural resources. Liaise with relevant organisations regarding technology, research and development programmes / projects. Manage the maintenance of a database of existing initiative of programmes in rural areas. Liaise with authorities on the progress and status of rural initiative and implementation programmes. Manage the liaison, coordination and control of initiatives and programmes. Provide financial and administrative support services. Render financial administration services. Coordinate supply chain management services. Render human resource and auxiliary support services. Render cashier services. Manage the projects across the Provincial Offices. Initiate projects and develop project teams. Create project plans and gain endorsement. Execute the projects and manage change. Provide specialised advice on technical matters on infrastructure development. Facilitate the mainstreaming of rural women, youth and persons with disabilities in Branch. Facilitate alignment of corporate policies and programmes to support implementation of rural women, youth and persons with disabilities transformation imperatives. Manage and monitor rural women, youth and persons with disabilities transformation and diversity strategies and plans. Facilitate the implementation of diversity management programmes focused on branch initiatives for rural women, youth and persons with disabilities. Monitor the implementation of equity plans and achievement of targets. Facilitate equity capacity building initiatives.

ENQUIRIES : Ms K Kgang Tel No: (012) 319 7333

APPLICATIONS : Please ensure that you email your application to: post007@dalrrd.gov.za before the closing date as no late applications will be considered. Applications and supporting documents sent to email addresses that are not specified in the advertisement for the post that you are applying for will not be accepted. Failure to do this will result in the application being disqualified.

NOTE : The Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development, in terms of section 4(3) and 4(4) of the Restitution of Land Rights Act No. 22 of 1994, hereby invites nominations from the general public for the appointment of a Deputy Chief Land Claims Commissioner for the Commission on Restitution of Land Rights. The person so nominated should meet the requirements for the position. Nominations must include a signed nomination letter and be accompanied by an updated CV, certified copies of qualifications and form Z83 completed by the nominated candidate. The appointment will be made in compliance with the Restitution of Land Rights Act 22 of 1994 read with the Public Service Regulations, 2016.

DEPUTY CHIEF LAND CLAIMS COMMISSIONER

REF NO: 3/2/1/2021/009
(5-year contract post)
Branch: Restitution
SALARY : R1 251 183 per annum (Level 14), (All-inclusive package), the package includes a basic salary (70% of package), and a flexible portion that may be structured in accordance with the rules for Senior Management Services (SMS).

CENTRE : National Office: Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS : Successful completion of Pre-entry Certificate for SMS as endorsed by the Successful completion of Pre-entry Certificate for SMS as endorsed by the National School of Government (NSG). Master’s Degree / Postgraduate Degree in Development Studies. 3 – 5 years’ working experience as executive manager. Job related knowledge: Project management. Budgetary planning. Expenditure reporting. Monitoring and evaluation. Infrastructure planning and implementation. Strategic planning. Human / resource planning. Financial management. Job related skills: Networking. Project management. Team management. Interpersonal relations. Budget forecasting. Computer literacy. Resource planning. Problem solving and decision-making. Time management. Business. Communication. Organisation. Information Communication Technology (ICT) background will be advantageous. A valid drivers’ licence.

DUTIES : Advise the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD), the Director-General of the DALRRD and the Chief Land Claims Commissioner on matters of policy regarding the restitution process. Develop memoranda / policies / appropriate documentation for the Minister and the Chief Land Claims Commissioner consideration. Coordinate input / matters for consideration by the Minister or Chief Land Claims Commissioner. Brief Minister and the Chief Land Claims Commissioner on all restitution required matters when required. Serve as a Deputy Head of the Commission on Restitution of Land Rights. Lead and manage to Commission in the Chief Land Claims Commissioner absence. Act as Deputy Head of the Commission. Act as Chief Land Claims Commissioner in his/her absence. Coordinate programme management support for the Commission and create linkages with other government programmes and initiatives. Lead and coordinate programme management support of the Commission. Coordinate monitoring and evaluation of the Restitution programme. Create links with other government programmes and initiatives. Provide sector collaboration support to the Commission at National Office and Provincial Office. Provide provincial coordination support to the Chief Land Claims Commissioner. Provide provincial support (planning, monitoring and evaluation, sector engagement, programme management, managerial) to Restitution Provincial Offices. Coordinate Provincial roll out of Restitution related initiatives. Coordinate and support provincial coordination across Provinces. Support sector collaboration across sectors, spheres of government and Provinces. Develop and coordinate Restitution Policy, including drafting of standard operating procedures, ensuring alignment with government wide policy objectives as well as ensuring interface with broader processes around land reform. Develop and coordinate Restitution Policy development. Participate and advise on all land reform related polices. Review, advice and facilitate coordination with government wide objectives. Develop, update and maintain Land Restitution Strategic Framework. Engage with various stakeholders in the development and update of Restitution or related policies. Liaise and foster working relationships with relevant stakeholders, Parliamentary Committees, Government Departments, Statutory bodies, Public entities, Academic and Private sector institutions. Liaise, foster and promote sector collaboration with relevant stakeholders, Parliamentary Committees, Government Departments, Statutory bodies, Public entities, academic and private sector institutions. Promote the development of sector participation frameworks. Provide advice and support to land claims across different sectors.

ENQUIRIES : Ms Nomfundo Ntloko–Gobodo Tel No: (083) 578 9057

APPLICATIONS : Please ensure that you email your application to: post009@dalrrd.gov.za before the closing date as no late applications will be considered. Applications and supporting documents sent to email addresses that are not specified in the advertisement for the post that you are applying for will not be accepted. Failure to do this will result in the application being disqualified.


SURVEYOR-GENERAL

REF NO: 3/2/1/2021/010)

Office of the Surveyor General
SALARY : R1 251 183 per annum (Level 14), (All-inclusive package), the package includes a basic salary (70% of package), and a flexible portion that may be structured in accordance with the rules for Senior Management Services (SMS).

CENTRE : North West (Mahikeng

REQUIREMENTS : Successful completion of Pre-entry Certificate for SMS as endorsed by the National School of Government (NSG). An NQF level 8 Degree recognised by the South African Geomatics Council as satisfying section 8(1)(d)(iii), (v), (v) of Geomatics Professions Act 2013, specifically a four (4) year B Degree in Geomatics/Land Surveying. Registered as a Professional Land Surveyor with the South African Geomatics Council (SAGC). Registered as a Sectional Titles Practitioner in terms of Section 5(2) of the Sectional Titles Act, 1986. Five (5) years’ experience at Senior Managerial level in a land surveying environment. Appropriate post registration experience in cadastral surveying.

Job related knowledge: Cadastral Survey. Technical System. Cadastral Spatial Information. Knowledge of Land Information Systems, Land Administration Systems and Geographical Information Management. Knowledge of advances in technology useful to Cadastral Survey System. Performance management and monitoring. Public finance management. Government systems and structures. Government decision making processes. Programme setting process. Understanding of the management information and formal reporting system. Dealing with misconduct. Internal control and risk management. Project management principals and tools. The political landscape of South Africa. Job related skills: Project management. Team management. Interpersonal relations. Budget forecasting. Computer literacy. Resource planning. Problem solving and decision making. Time management. Business. Communication. The ability to work efficiently and effectively at all times.

DUTIES :
Approval of diagrams, general plans and Sectional Plans in compliance with legislation and provide tenure security and sustainable rural and urban development. Examine for approval all cadastral documents for the purpose of registration at the Deeds Office prepared in accordance with the land Survey Act, Sectional Titles Act and all applicable statutory consents. Examine for approval all cadastral documents for the purpose of registration at the Deeds Office prepared in accordance with the Land Survey Act, Sectional Titles Act and all applicable statutory consents. Examine for approval all cadastral documents prepared for registration at the Mineral and Petroleum Titles Registration Office in accordance with the Mining Titles Registration Act or any other law requiring the approval of the Surveyor-General. Ensure the compilation of a complete, accurate, current and correct Cadastral Spatial Information dataset. Update the Cadastral Geo-spatial database through the addition of every approved cadastral land parcel. Ensure that management information systems are created to provide timely and accurate management information constantly. Train Professional Land Surveyors, Geomatics Technologists, Survey Technicians and Geomatics Officers. Train Professional Land Surveyors, Technologists, Survey Technicians and Geomatics Officers. Provide support to various programmes including Land and Tenure Reform, Restitution and Agricultural Programmes and the Land Administration Institutions. Provide technical support and advice as well as information from time to time. Provide professional support and advice as well as information as required. Manage the implementation of the Land Survey Act, the Sectional Titles Act, and all other land administration and land information systems laws in so far as they apply to cadastral surveys. Ensure that all surveys lodged with the Surveyor-General for approval are compliant with the Land Survey Act, the Sectional Titles Act and all other land administration and land information systems laws in so far as they apply to cadastral surveys. Maintain an archive of all approved cadastral documents under the jurisdiction of the Surveyor-General. Comply with the custodianship responsibilities of Cadastral Spatial Information as directed by the South African Spatial Data Infrastructure Act and the Committee on Spatial Information established thereunder.

ENQUIRIES : Ms K Kgang Tel No: (012) 319 7333

APPLICATIONS : Please ensure that you email your application to: post010@dalrrd.gov.za before the closing date as no late applications will be considered. Applications and supporting documents sent to email addresses that are not specified in the advertisement for the post that you are applying for will not be accepted. Failure to do this will result in the application being disqualified.

CHIEF DIRECTOR:
CADASTRAL ADVISORY AND RESEARCH SERVICES REF NO: 3/2/1/2021/011

Chief Directorate: Cadastral Advisory and Research Services

SALARY : R1 251 183 per annum (Level 14), (All-inclusive package), the package includes a basic salary (70% of package), and a flexible portion that may be structured in accordance with the rules for Senior Management Services (SMS).

CENTRE : Gauteng (Pretoria)

REQUIREMENTS : Successful completion of Pre-entry Certificate for SMS as endorsed by the National School of Government (NSG). An NQF level 8 Degree recognised by the South African Geomatics Council as satisfying Section 8(1)(d)(iii), (v), (v) of the Geomatics Professions Act 2013, specifically a four (4) year B Degree in Geomatics / Land Surveying. Registered as a Professional Land Surveyor with the South African Geomatics Council (SAGC). Registered as a Sectional Tile Practitioner in terms of Section 5(2) of the Sectional Titles Act, 1986. Five (5) years’ experience at a senior managerial level in Land Surveying environment. Appropriate post registration experience in cadastral surveying. Job related knowledge: Cadastral survey. Technical system. Cadastral spatial information. Land Information Systems, Land Administration Systems and Geographical Information Management. Knowledge of advances in technology useful to Cadastral Survey System. Performance management and monitoring. Government systems and structures. Government decisions making processes. Programme setting process. Understanding of management information and formal reporting system. Dealing with misconduct. Internal control and risk management. Project management principles and tools. The political landscape of South Africa. Job related skills: Project management. Team management. Interpersonal relations. Budget forecasting. Computer literacy. Resource planning. Problem solving and decision-making. Time management. Business. Communication. The ability to work efficiently and effectively at all times.

DUTIES : Manage and oversee Special Cadastral Services for the State, Land Tenure Reform and Rural Development. Render management and research for State Surveys, Rural Development and Land Tenure Reform Projects in accordance with relevant legislation, terms of reference, pre-determined standards and treasury instructions. Provide professional services to Public Departments in the Surveys of State and Trust Lands and State Domestic Facilities undertaken by the private sector (Public-Private Partnerships). Manage and oversee cadastral research and development. Research ways of transforming, improving and rationalising South Africa Cadastral and Tenure Systems. Study world trends, legislative framework, compare with other systems, propose amendments and report on findings. Research and investigate ways of improving South Africa Rural Development and Tenure Reform. Liaise / investigate concerns, proposals for amendment and streamlining of legislation. Manage and oversee the provision of internal and external professional advisory and support services. Research, compile reports and supply information in respect of internal and external cadastral matters and requests from State organs, Parastatals, Courts and Private Sector in accordance with relevant legislation and timeframes, client’s request as well as within targets set by Service Delivery Improvement Plan. Manage and oversee the administration of international boundaries. Manage the administration of South Africa international boundaries in compliance with South Africa and international legislation. Manage the research, investigation and finding solutions to anomalies in the Republic of South Africa international boundaries in conjunction with representatives from the neighbouring states. Manage advisory services on Republic of South Africa international boundaries issues affecting State Organs and Parastatals. Participate in the physical delineation of international borders. Provide support to the South African Geomatics Council (SAGC) in their mandate to oversee the registration of Professional Land Surveyors, Professional Surveyors and Technical Surveyors. Monitor the Surveyor-General Practical Training Program (PLS-30 days) in accordance with SAGC training schedule. Monitor examination for registration in compliance with SAGC requirements, including moderating. Manage and oversee the registration of Sectional Title Practitioners. Monitor Sectional Title Practical Training Programme in accordance with the Sectional Titles Act and training schedule. Implement examination for registration of Sectional Title Practitioners in compliance with requirements of the Sectional Titles Act, including ensuring moderation thereof. Manage and oversee the preparation of technical procedures and standards. Assist the Chief Surveyor-General in management of updating of Surveyor-General procedures and standards in compliance with legislation and in consultation with profession/stakeholders. Investigate effects of technological advancement on technical procedures and standards and transform accordingly. Manage the preparation and implementation of new legislation and review of regulations in terms of the Land Survey Act and any other relevant legislation. Manage the implementation of new legislation. Manage the administration and the Survey Regulations Board (SRB) for review of regulations framed under the Act. Assist the Chief Surveyor-General with administration and control of the SRB and provide secretariat thereto.
ENQUIRIES : Ms K Kgang Tel No: (012) 319 7333

APPLICATIONS : Please ensure that you email your application to: post011@dalrrd.gov.za before the closing date as no late applications will be considered. Applications and supporting documents sent to email addresses that are not specified in the advertisement for the post that you are applying for will not be accepted. Failure to do this will result in the application being disqualified.

CHIEF DIRECTOR: NATIONAL GEO-SPATIAL INFORMATION

REF NO: 3/2/1/2021/012
Chief Directorate: National Geo-Spatial Information
SALARY : R1 251 183 per annum (Level 14), (All-inclusive package), the package includes a basic salary (70% of package), and a flexible portion that may be structured in accordance with the rules for Senior Management Services (SMS).

CENTRE : Western Cape

REQUIREMENTS : Successful completion of Pre-entry Certificate for SMS as endorsed by the National School of Government (NSG). An NQF Level 8 Degree recognised by the South African Geomatics Council as satisfying Section 8(1)(d)(iii), (v) and (vi) of the Geomatics Professions Act, 2013, specifically a Four (4) year B Degree in Geomatics / Land Surveying / Geoinformatics. Registered as a Geomatics Professional with the South African Geomatics Council (SAGC). Five (5) years’ experience at a senior managerial level in a Cadastral, Geodetic, Topographic, Photogrammetric or Cartographic Survey environment. Job related knowledge: Geo-spatial information management. Topographic framework information. Photogrammetry. Remote sensing. Imagery interpretation and analysis. Geo-spatial data models. Geo-spatial information science and systems. Cartography and geo-spatial visualisation. Map design. Map production. Digital photogrammetry. Geodesy. Topographic surveying. Spatial data infrastructures. Technical system knowledge. Cadastral spatial information knowledge. Land Information Systems, Land Administration Systems and Geographical Information Management. Knowledge of advances in technology useful to the Geodetic, Topographic, Photogrammetric and Cartographic Survey Systems. Performance management and monitoring. Government systems and structures. Government decision making processes. Programme setting process. Understanding of the management information and formal reporting system. Dealing with misconduct. Internal control and risk management. Project management principles and tools. The political landscape of South Africa. Job related skills: Project management. Team management. Interpersonal relations. Budget forecasting. Computer literacy. Resource planning. Problem solving and decision-making. Time management. Business. Communication. Customer focus and responsiveness. Innovation and creativity. Planning and organising. Negotiation. Conflict management. Data and information management. Data search. Facilitation. Analytical. Contract management. The ability to work efficiently and effectively at all times.

DUTIES : Promote and control all matters connected with National geodetic and topographical surveying and geo-spatial information services. Determine policy and standards for National Spatial Referencing System. Ensure compliance with international standards and reference frameworks. Oversee the collection of related geo-spatial data. Oversee client relations and marketing, including promotion of map literacy. Undertake development projects. Manage the acquisition of earth imagery and the production of geo-spatial data. Determine policy and standards for national aerial imagery and national topographic surveying. Collect and maintain earth imagery and related geo-spatial data. Process topographical, land cover and land use data and maintenance of Integrated Topographic Information System. Undertake development projects. Mange preparation, compilation and updating of the national mapping dataset and other cartographic representations of geo-spatial information. Determine policy and standards for national mapping and related products. Produce line maps. Produce ortho-photo images, maps and elevation data. Undertake development projects. Manage the provision of all associated geo-spatial information and professional support. Determine policy and standards for dissemination of products. Provide all associated geo-spatial information products and services. Provide professional support and advisory services. Provide technical training. Maintain the National Control Survey System. Establish and maintain the National Integrated Spatial Reference Framework. Ensure the continual operation of permanent Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receivers and reference stations. Maintain the static network of Trigonometrical Beacons, Town Survey Marks and Benchmarks. Oversee quality assurance. Provide management information and reporting. Oversee the preservation of records of all geodetic and topographical surveys, maps and aerial photography or other remotely sensed imagery. Ensure the preservation of geomatics records of the Chief Directorate: National Geo-Spatial information.

ENQUIRIES : Ms K Tel No: (012) 319 7333

APPLICATIONS : Please ensure that you email your application to: post012@dalrrd.gov.za before the closing date as no late applications will be considered. Applications and supporting documents sent to email addresses that are not specified in the advertisement for the post that you are applying for will not be accepted. Failure to do this will result in the application being disqualified.

DIRECTOR: LEGAL SUPPORT

REF NO: 3/2/1/2021/013
Directorate: Legal Support

SALARY : R1 057 326 per annum (Level 13), (All-inclusive package), the package includes a basic salary (70% of package), and a flexible portion that may be structured in accordance with the rules for Senior Management Services (SMS).

CENTRE : Limpopo (Polokwane)

REQUIREMENTS :

Successful completion of Pre-entry Certificate for SMS as endorsed by the National School of Government (NSG). A Law Degree (LLB or Broc) (NQF level 7) Admission as Attorney or Advocate (who is a member of the Bar Council) is required. Eight (😎 years’ post qualification experience in a legal environment. At least Five (5) years’ middle management experience. Litigation experience will be an added advantage. Job related knowledge: Thorough knowledge and understanding and / or experience in Land Reform or Rural Development. Knowledge of legal prescripts related to Restitution of Land.

Thorough knowledge of Restitution of Land Rights Act 22 of 1994. Knowledge of Budgeting process. Basic knowledge of financial administration systems. Knowledge and implementation of Public Financial Management Act and Division of Revenue Act. Expenditure reporting. Monitoring and evaluation. Strategic planning. Human resource management. Financial management. Supply chain management. Job related skills: Communication (excellent verbal and written communication). Negotiation and conflict resolution. Strategic management and leadership. Contract drafting. Law interpretation. Presentation. Project management. Computer literacy. Negotiation. Client relations. Networking. Team management. Interpersonal relations. A valid drivers’ licence.

DUTIES : Provide legal support towards effective settlement of claims, implementation thereof, and effective expenditure management. Support the Chief Land Claims Commissioners’ office in terms of award implementation, arrange and attend workshops. Ensure establishment and development of Terms of Reference for joint Coordinating Committee. Manage litigation and alternative dispute resolution processes in the Commission of Restitution of Land Rights. Ensure that the State Attorney is briefed on all Restitution matters accordingly. Manage, update and monitor the National Litigation monitors from 9 Provinces (monthly and quarterly). Draft or vet contracts and other legal documents. Ensure compliance to Section 42D agreements with legal prescripts as and when required by Commissioners. Ensure compliance with all received sale agreements. Manage the provision of legal representation to indigent parties as the expense of the Commission on Restitution of Land Rights. Recommend to the Chief Land Claims Commissioner all received Section 29(4) applications. Participate and sit as an Executive Committee member for Land Rights Management Facility (LRMF) as chaired by the Chief Director: Legal National Office. Administer enquiries made in terms of the Promotion of Access to Information Act of 200 in the Commission of Restitution of Land Rights. Recommend approval or rejection of information on settled claims. Ensure that the Chief land Claims Commissioner as Information Officer to approve all memos.
ENQUIRIES : Mr Tele Maphoto Tel No: (071) 853 9948
APPLICATIONS : Please ensure that you email your application to: post013@dalrrd.gov.za before the closing date as no late applications will be considered. Applications and supporting documents sent to email addresses that are not specified in the advertisement for the post that you are applying for will not be accepted. Failure to do this will result in the application being disqualified.

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