DEPARTMENT OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY

The Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) is an equal opportunity; affirmative action
employer and it is the intention to promote representivity in the Public Sector through the filling of these
post. Persons whose transfer/promotion/appointment will promote representivity will therefore receive
preference. An indication in this regard will be vital in the processing of applications. People with
disabilities and women are encouraged to apply.


APPLICATIONS : Please forward your application, quoting reference, addressed to: The DirectorGeneral, Department of Mineral Resources and Energy, Private Bag X96,
Pretoria, 0001. Application may also be hand delivered to Trevenna Campus,
corner Meintjies and Francis Baard Street, (former Schoeman) alternatively to
Matimba House Building 192 Visagie Street Corner Paul Kruger & Visagie
Street Pretoria. General enquiries may be brought to the attention of Ms T
Sibutha Tel No: 012 444 3319 / Mr P Ndlovu Tel No: 012 406 7506/ Mr Donald
Mbhokota Tel No: 012 406 7426


CLOSING DATE : 15 November 2021


NOTE : Applications must be submitted on the new Z83 form, obtainable online from
www.gov.za and www.dpsa.gov.za. All sections of the Z83 must be completed
(In full, accurately, legibly, honestly, signed and dated), accompanied by copies
of qualification(s) including matric/grade 12 certificate, Identity Document,
Proof of citizenship if not RSA citizen and a valid driver’s licence (where
required). The abovementioned copies need not be certified when applying for
a post. Requirement for certified copies will only be limited to shortlisted
candidates. Applicants are also expected to submit a comprehensive CV with
three reference persons with the following information: name and contact
numbers and indication of the capacity in which the reference is known to the
candidate. Failure to provide accurate information on a job application will
result in disqualification. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign
qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA)
on application. Failure to submit the copies mentioned above will result in the
job application being disqualified. With regard to SMS positions, All shortlisted
candidates for SMS posts will be subjected to a technical exercise(s) that
intends to test relevant technical elements of the position, the logistics of which
will be communicated by the Department. Following the interviews and
technical exercise, the selection panel will recommend candidates to attend a
generic managerial competency assessment. Note that correspondence will
only be conducted with the short-listed candidates. If notification of an interview
is not received within three (3) months after the closing date, please regard
your application as unsuccessful. Requirements stated on the advertised posts
are minimum inherent requirements; therefore, criterion for shortlisting will
depend on the proficiency of the applications received. Applicants must note
that personnel suitability checks will be conducted once they are short-listed
and that their appointment is subject to positive outcomes of these checks,
which include security screening, security vetting, qualification verification,
criminal records and financial records checks. Reference checks will also be
done during the selection process. For SMS posts in the Public Service, no
appointment shall be effected without the recommended candidate producing
a Certificate of completion for the SMS Pre-Entry Programme (Nyukela) offered
by the National School of government which can be accessed via this link:
https://www.thensg.gov.za. Applicants who do not comply with the abovementioned requirements, as well as application received after the closing date
will not be considered. If an applicant wishes to withdraw an application, He/
She must do so in writing. The Department reserves the right not to fill an
advertised post at any stage of the recruitment process.


MANAGEMENT ECHELON


POST 38/74 : CHIEF DIRECTOR: NUCLEAR, ELECTRICITY AND GAS POLICY REF NO:
DMRE/2188


SALARY : R1 251 183 per annum (Level 14), (all-inclusive package)


CENTRE : Head Office, Pretoria


REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate Degree in Nuclear Engineering /Electrical
Engineering/Petroleum Engineering /LLB Policy Development Studies with a
minimum of 5 years’ experience in policy development in Senior Management

PLUS SMS pre-entry certificate by NSG, A tertiary qualification in Policy
Development would be an added advantage PLUS the following
competencies: Knowledge of: Understanding of nuclear, gas and electricity
policy and legislation in South Africa, Policy and legislative drafting processes,
Understanding of nuclear, gas and electricity topical issues in South Africa,
Development and implementation of policy, Benchmarking for purposes of
policy and legislative development, Government policies and processes,
Parliamentary processes, Public Service Knowledge and understanding of
DMRE policies, functions, projects, etc Skills: Leadership and management
skills, negotiation and consultation skills, Organizational and administration
skills, Presentation skills, Computer skills Thinking demands: Innovative,
Logical thinker, Ability to analyse information.
DUTIES : Oversee the research, development, monitoring and review of policy and
legislative framework relating to nuclear, electricity and gas, Provide advice
and strategic guidance on the implementation and interpretation of the

legislative framework pertaining to the three sectors, Evaluate provided policy
options and initiatives to make recommendations on new/reviewing policies
focused on economic and social trend, Ensure effective and efficient
management of human physical and financial resources of the Chief
Directorate. Recommendations: No appointment shall be effected without the
recommended candidate producing a Certificate of completion for the SMS
Pre-Entry Programme (Nyukela) offered by the National School of government
which can be accessed via this link: https://www.thensg.gov.za. Candidates
will undergo a compulsory competency assessments and technical
assessment. The Candidate will have to disclose her/ his financial Interests.
ENQUIRIES : Ms N Ngcwabe Tel No: (012) 444 3004


OTHER POSTS


POST 38/75 DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LICENCE ANALYSIS REF NO: DMRE/2189


SALARY R869 007 per annum (Level 12), (all-inclusive package)
CENTRE Head Office, Pretoria


REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate National Diploma in Business Management/ Economics/
Accounting/Financial Management or Energy studies and A minimum of 3years
in junior managerial position in a Hydrocarbons and regulatory related sector
Plus the following competencies Drivers licence Knowledge of: knowledge of
and interest in the South African energy and petroleum industries, Petroleum
Products Act, 1977 (Act 120 of 1977), as amended and regulations thereto,
working knowledge of regulatory and licence administrative systems,
Experience in data manipulation and analysis as well as report writing, working
knowledge of Petroleum and Liquid fuels Charter and a strategic understanding
of the implementation potential and / or constraints thereof. Skills: Interpersonal
skills, Good communication skills (written and verbal), Report writing, Ability to
communicate clearly with stakeholders in the public and private sectors, people
management skills Thinking Demands: Conduct In-depth research in to
improve licence analysis process e.g. Refineries/Biofuel applications, industry
trend analysis, manage the turnaround times of all applications, review quality
management reports and take corrective action where required, Ensure the
accurate and timeous submission of inputs for the MTEF budget for the
Directorate, Provide inputs towards the business, project plan and
management of business unit, manage inputs towards the compilation of high
level and strategic documents of the department i.e. the IOP and APP in
support of the strategic plan, Build and maintain an effective team ensure the
processing/administering of all applications, Prior experience in the technical
project management, procurement and supplier development crucial,
Analytical skills, Convey PPAA knowledge to clients and directing client on
what supporting evidence is required, Organising, planning,
(strategic/business or operational/financial)


DUTIES : Manage the evaluation of applications and accompanying records and
documents to gather information about their eligibility and credibility to ensure
that the application complies with the provisions of the PPAA. Conduct
research and evaluate the validity for a need to conduct re-site visit in
consultation with the Director and/or Chief Director as and when necessary to
verify the need for the retailing operation, and determine whether the operation
will promote the objectives of the PPAA. Monitor, manage evaluate and audit
the turnaround times all applications, while also managing the Quality

Assurance of data and assumptions provided to determine the economic
viability of the business. Conduct market research and analyse the trend within
the industry in order to add intelligence to the licence analysis process (e.g.
Refineries/Biofuel applications, wholesaling, retailing) recommendations for
policy changes. Analyse appeals received from the Departments Legal
services Directorate and give independent account of how the controller
reached each administrative decision in question. Manage and engage of all
internal and external stake holders with regards to petroleum licensing analysis
process. Provide managerial activities.


ENQUIRIES : Ms P Manthata Tel No: (012) 406 7347


POST 38/76 : INSPECTOR: MINE EQUIPMENT

REF NO: DMRE/2190
SALARY : R733 257 per annum (Level 11), (all-inclusive package)


CENTRE : Limpopo Regional Office, Polokwane


REQUIREMENTS : National Diploma /Bachelor of Technology degree/ a Degree in Electrical
Engineering or relevant PLUS Certificate Of Competency for Mechanical or
Electrical Engineering Mining with minimum of 3 years in the mining industry.
Driver’s licence: Knowledge of: Knowledge of Mine Health and Safety Act and
Regulation and Legal Proceedings. Mining Engineering- Mine Equipment e.g.
Winder, Boilers, Plants. Hazard and risk management. Public Service Staff
Code. DMR Policies. Skills: Ability to interpret and apply Mine Health and
Safety Act. DMR Policy and staff codes. Management, Planning, Leading,
Organisational and Control Skills. Report writing and formulation. Good
international relations. Analyses and interpretation of accidents statistics. Be
able to recommend mining engineering solutions. Negotiation skills. Language
proficiency. Computer skills, Thinking Demand: innovative thinker. Analyse
situations carefully, make fair and reasonable decision. Receptive to
suggestion and ideas. Be able to stay calm and collective during difficult
situations


DUTIES : Coordinate, conduct and report on underground, shaft and surface audits and
inspection on plants, structure, track bound trackless mining equipment and
electrical distribution system and take the necessary, enforcement action
where necessary. Investigate and report on mine related accident,
contraventions and complaints as well as the analysis of mine accidents and
trends to determine high risk mining operations and take appropriate action.
test and license and report thereon of equipment on mines , winders lift,
chairlifts, boilers and conduct statutory inspections. Serve on any necessary
boards of examiners. Investigate, consult and provide of input on mines
closure, prospecting rights, mining rights and permit, EMP’s and township
development. Provide inputs reports, revision of machinery regulations,
guideline and standard and application of exemptions, permission and
approvals.


ENQUIRIES : Mr SM Jivhuho Tel No: (015) 287 4705


POST 38/77 : INSPECTOR OF MINES: MINE HEALTH AND SAFETY

REF NO:
DMRE/2191
SALARY R733 257 per annum, (all-inclusive package)
CENTRE Limpopo Region, Polokwane


REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate Degree/National Diploma in Mining (NQF Level 6) PLUS
Certificate of Competency: Mine Managers with minimum of 3 years’
experience in the mining industry. Driver’s License Plus the following
competencies knowledge of: Practical and theoretical knowledge of mining.
Legal Knowledge, Departmental Directives. Public Service Act and
Regulations, Personnel Code Directives, Skills: Team work, loyalty towards
work, Innovative thinker, Dedication, Receptive to suggestions and ideas,
Quality control, Compile with rules and regulations, Discipline, work ethics,
financial control, self-confidence and acceptability, Tactfulness, Organisational
ability, intolerance to waste money and time Thinking Demands: Good
interpersonal relations, Communication: verbal and oral, Ability to control,
interpretation and application of legal matters and policies ,Team work,
training, negotiating, adaptability, conflict handling, Computer Literacy.
DUTIES : Conduct and report on underground, shaft and surface audits and inspections
on matters relating to ground stability, support, explosives, blasting operations,
and other matters relating to mine safety and take the necessary enforcement
action where necessary. Investigate and report on mine related accidents,
contraventions and complaints as well as analyse mine accidents and trends
to determine high risk mining operations and take appropriate action Serve on
any necessary board of examiners. Investigate, consult and provide input on
mine closures, prospecting rights, mining rights and permits, EMPs, and
township development. Provided inputs to regional reports, revision of mining
regulations, guidelines and standard and applications of exemptions,
permissions and approvals related to mining.


ENQUIRIES : Mr SM Jivhuho Tel No: (015) 287 4705


POST 38/78 : INSPECTOR OF MINES: OCCUPATIONAL HYGIENE

REF NO: DMRE/2192
SALARY : R733 257 per annum (Level 11), (all-inclusive package)
CENTRE : Limpopo Region, Polokwane


REQUIREMENTS : A National Diploma/ Degree in Occupational Hygiene or related PLUS
Certificate on Mine Environmental Control, coupled with 3 year’ s experience
in mining industry with at least valid Code 08 driver’s license Plus the following
competencies: Knowledge of: Mine Health and Safety Act, Extensive
knowledge and experience of both underground and surface mining,
Understanding of the Department’s policies aimed at optimal utilisation of
mineral resources, Basic knowledge of Labour relations and human resources
management, Skills: High level management, Risk assessment techniques,
Conflict resolution, Negotiation, Planning and organising, Computer literacy,
Thinking Demands: Innovative and creative thinking ability.


DUTIES : The appointee’s primary responsibility will be to enforce adherence to the Mine
Health and Safety Act. Analyse occupational Hygiene reports, write reports and
give appropriate instructions for remedial actions to be implemented.
Investigate mine related contraventions and complaints as well as analyse
mine occupational hygiene incidents and trends to determine high risk mines
and take appropriate action. Conduct surface, shaft and underground audits
and inspections on occupational hygiene matters at mine. Compile report by
giving relevant inputs to Head of the branch on matters relating to Hygiene in
the region inclusive of the status of the Mine. Prepare replies to applications
for exemptions, permissions and approvals related to occupational hygiene.
Support and develop a transformation process within the regional office.
Participate in tripartite structures and develop strategies towards the promotion
of tripartism within the mining industry. Manage information systems.


ENQUIRIES : Mr SM Jivhuho Tel No: (015) 287 4705


POST 38/79 : INSPECTOR: OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE

REF NO: DMRE/2193


SALARY : R733 257 per annum (Level 11), (all-inclusive package)
CENTRE : Mpumalanga Region, Witbank


REQUIREMENTS : Diploma/Degree in Nursing, Midwifery, Community Health, Occupational
Health and Primary Health Care, ( NQF 6) with 3 years of experience in mining
industry. Drivers ‘license Knowledge of: Sound knowledge of both
Occupational medical and nursing discipline. Understanding of MHSA and
regulations and directives. Understanding general mining practices and
occupational health risk associated with. Knowledge of Petrochemical industry
diving and equipment, Skills: ability to apply knowledge. Researching skills.
Good communicator. Have good investigating skills. Must be computer literate,
Thinking Demands: Health and safety hazards/risks recognise and respond.
Be able to apply MHSA. Dedicated, hardworking, loyal and conscientious. Well
experienced in occupational Health on Mines and industry. Knowledge of
offshore oil exploration and diving industry. Sound temperament. Thinking
Demands: Health and safety hazards/risks recognise and respond. Be able to
apply MHSA. Dedicated, hardworking, loyal and conscientious. Well
experienced in occupational Health on Mines and industry. Knowledge of
offshore oil exploration and diving industry. Sound temperament.


DUTIES : Conduct and report on underground, and surface audits and inspections on
matters relating to where necessary. Ensure the investigation of and reporting
of mine relating diseases, contraventions and complaints as well as analyse
regional mine disease trends to determine high risk mining operations and take
appropriate action. Investigate, consult and provide of input on mines closure,
Investigate, consult and provide of input on mines closure, prospecting rights,
mining rights and permit, EMP’s and township development. Provide inputs to
regional reports, revision of medical regulations, guidelines and standards
related to occupational medicine.

ENQUIRIES : Mr J Coetzee Tel No: (013) 653 0514

POST 38/80 : INSPECTOR OF MINES: MINE HEALTH AND SAFETY

REF NO:
DMRE/2194
SALARY : R733 257 per annum (Level 11), (all-inclusive package)
CENTRE : North West, Klerksdorp


REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate Degree/National Diploma in Mining (NQF Level 6) PLUS
Certificate of Competency: Mine Managers with minimum of 3 years’
experience in the mining industry. Driver’s License Plus the following
competencies knowledge of: Practical and theoretical knowledge of mining.
Legal Knowledge, Departmental Directives. Public Service Act and
Regulations, Personnel Code Directives, Skills: Team work, loyalty towards
work, Innovative thinker, Dedication, Receptive to suggestions and ideas,
Quality control, Compile with rules and regulations, Discipline, work ethics,
financial control, self-confidence and acceptability, Tactfulness, Organisational
ability, intolerance to waste money and time Thinking Demands: Good
interpersonal relations, Communication: verbal and oral, Ability to control,
interpretation and application of legal matters and policies ,Team work,
training, negotiating, adaptability, conflict handling, Computer Literacy.


DUTIES : Conduct and report on underground, shaft and surface audits and inspections
on matters relating to ground stability, support, explosives, blasting operations,
and other matters relating to mine safety and take the necessary enforcement
action where necessary. Investigate and report on mine related accidents,
contraventions and complaints as well as analyse mine accidents and trends
to determine high risk mining operations and take appropriate action Serve on
any necessary board of examiners. Investigate, consult and provide input on
mine closures, prospecting rights, mining rights and permits, EMPs, and
township development. Provided inputs to regional reports, revision of mining
regulations, guidelines and standard and applications of exemptions,
permissions and approvals related to mining.
ENQUIRIES : Mr JW Malembe Tel No: (018) 487 4300


POST 38/81 : INSPECTOR OF MINES: MINE HEALTH AND SAFETY

REF NO:
DMRE/2195
SALARY : R733 257 per annum (Level 11), (all-inclusive package)
CENTRE : Free State Region, Welkom


REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate Degree/National Diploma in Mining (NQF Level 6) PLUS
Certificate of Competency: Mine Managers with minimum of 3 years’
experience in the mining industry. Driver’s License Plus the following
competencies knowledge of: Practical and theoretical knowledge of mining.
Legal Knowledge, Departmental Directives. Public Service Act and
Regulations, Personnel Code Directives, Skills: Team work, loyalty towards
work, Innovative thinker, Dedication, Receptive to suggestions and ideas,
Quality control, Compile with rules and regulations, Discipline, work ethics,
financial control, self-confidence and acceptability, Tactfulness, Organisational
ability, intolerance to waste money and time Thinking Demands: Good
interpersonal relations, Communication: verbal and oral, Ability to control,
interpretation and application of legal matters and policies, Team work,
training, negotiating, adaptability, conflict handling, Computer Literacy.


DUTIES : Conduct and report on underground, shaft and surface audits and inspections
on matters relating to ground stability, support, explosives, blasting operations,
and other matters relating to mine safety and take the necessary enforcement
action where necessary. Investigate and report on mine related accidents,
contraventions and complaints as well as analyse mine accidents and trends
to determine high risk mining operations and take appropriate action Serve on
any necessary board of examiners. Investigate, consult and provide input on
mine closures, prospecting rights, mining rights and permits, EMPs, and
township development. Provided inputs to regional reports, revision of mining
regulations, guidelines and standard and applications of exemptions,
permissions and approvals related to mining.
ENQUIRIES : Mr PH Nyaqcela Tel No: (015) 391 1373



POST 38/82 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: MINE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

REF
NO: DMRE/2196
SALARY : R470 040 per annum (Level 10)
CENTRE Free State Region, Welkom


REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate Bachelor Honours Degree/ post graduate Diploma in
Environmental Management, Natural Science and Minimum of 3 years’
experience in the industry PLUS the following competencies Knowledge of:
Knowledge of integrated environmental management relative to prospecting
and mining work programmes, Knowledge of impact assessment remediation
and evaluation methods, Knowledge of environmental legislation, Knowledge
of mining methods, mining processes, mining waste generation and disposal,
Knowledge of new computer software available in the market, Knowledge of
the principles and application of management Skills: Analytical capacity,
Computer literacy, Communication, Research, Reporting writing and
formulation, Project Management, Good verbal and non-verbal communication
skills, Excellent English reading and writing skills Thinking Demands:
Pragmatic environmental, problem solving abilities, Innovative thinking
abilities. Ability to manage diverse public demands.


DUTIES : Evaluate Environmental Management Program plan, Environmental Impact
Assessments. Scoping reports, closure plans and other technical and
environmental documents and make recommendations thereon. Monitor,
inspect, audit and assess environmental performance of mines. Regulate the
closure of mines within the stipulated time frames. Identify environmental
liabilities for operations and ensure the evaluation of adequacy of financial
provision. Investigate and resolve mine environmental related issues, queries
and complaints between the Mining Industry and the Public. Consult with
relevant State Departments and assist clients through promotion of
administrative justice. Provide managerial activities.
ENQUIRIES : Mr NC Fhedzisani Tel No: (057) 391 1369/1308


POST 38/83 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: LABOUR RELATIONS

REF NO: DMRE/2197 (X2
POSTS)
SALARY : R376 596 per annum (Level 09)
CENTRE : Head Office, Pretoria


REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate National Diploma in Labour Relations/Labour Law, (NQF level
6) with Minimum of 3 years’ experience in Labour Relations environment.
Drivers license plus the following competencies Knowledge of: Knowledge of
Departmental Policies, Codes, Practices and Programmes, Knowledge of the
LRA, 1995 and other applicable legislation. Knowledge of PSCBC/GPSSBC
Resolutions knowledge of PFMA and Treasury Regulations. Knowledge of
Public Service Regulations Skills: Negotiation and Bargaining Skills, Active
listening skills, Facilitation skills, Presentation/training skills, Report writing
skills, Conflict Resolutions Skills, Computer Literacy, Language Skills,
Communication Skills: Verbal and Written, Leadership Skills, Policy
Development Skills, Thinking Demands: Dispute Resolutions, Investigations,
Conflict Resolution, Strategic Insight and Foresight, Information Evaluation,
Creativity, Use Initiative, Decision-Making, Tolerance Of ambiguity.


DUTIES : Monitor and evaluate the implementation of and compliance with collective
agreements as well as agreements reached with trade unions within the
department. Handle General Public Service Sectorial Bargaining Council
(GPSSBC) and Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration
purposes. Ensure/draft information memos of the resolutions and decision
taken by the Collective Bargaining Forum to employees. Oversee/Co-ordinate,
administer and facilitate Departmental Bargaining Chamber (DBC) and
multilateral meetings as well as represent the Department at the DBC. Handle
grievances and misconduct cases as well as incapacity investigations for poor
work performance and ill-health in line with applicable PSCBC Resolutions,
policies and procedures. Develop, implement and maintain policies (including
workshops, capacity building programmes and training) on employment
relations and collective bargaining matters and ensure compliance thereof.
Provide Managerial activities
ENQUIRIES : Mr Edgar Lamola Tel No: 012 406 7485


POST 38/84 MINERAL LAWS ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

REF NO: DMRE/2198
SALARY R316 791 per annum (Level 08)
CENTRE Free State Region Welkom


REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate bachelor’s degree/ B- Tech Degree/ Advanced Diploma In Law
or LLB (NQF Level 7) with a minimum of 1-2 years’ experience in basic
administration and legal procedures. PLUS, the following competencies
Knowledge of: Basic Knowledge of the MPRDA, Basic Knowledge of previous
minerals legislation, Basic knowledge of administration procedures, Basic
knowledge of Departmental policy i.r.o Mineral Regulation, Basic knowledge of
computer programs, . Skills: Ability to write reports, Ability to write submissions,
Ability to conduct meetings, Ability to communicate (written and oral), Ability to
act as a mediator between (aggressive) parties. Thinking Demands: Ability to
think when exposed to demanding situations.


DUTIES : Evaluate and process applications for mineral, prospecting, mining and related
rights. Make recommendations and write reports regarding the granting or
refusal of rights and permits. Carry out site inspections to ensure that the terms
and conditions of granted rights are complied with. Assist Clients through the
process of administrative justice. Assist with surface usage applications and
evaluation of surface utilization in relation to exploitation of minerals (only
where Economic Development Sub directorate has not been established.
Evaluate all empowerment transactions to give effect to the objects of the
charter and the acts
ENQUIRIES : Ms PN Chuene Tel No: 057 391 1339


POST 38/85 : PERSONAL ASSISTANT REF NO: DMRE/2199


SALARY : R257 508 per annum (Level 07)
CENTRE : Head Office, Pretoria


REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate National Diploma in Office Administration/Office Management
and Technology/Public Administration with minimum of 1 year appropriate
experience before or after qualification was obtained Knowledge of:
Knowledge of the relevant legislation/policies/prescripts and procedures, Basic
knowledge on financial administration Thinking demands: Language skills and
the ability to communicate well with people at different levels and from different
backgrounds, Good Telephone etiquette, Computer literacy, Sound
organisational skills, Good people skills, High level of reliability, Ability to act
with tact discretion, Self-management and motivation Thinking Demands:
Ability to do research and analyse documents and situations.


DUTIES : Provide secretariat/receptionist support service to the manager, Renders
administrative support services, Provide support to manager regarding
meetings, Support the manager with the administration of the manager’s
budget, Studies the relevant Public Service and departmental
prescripts/policies and other documents and ensure that the application thereof
is understood properly.
ENQUIRIES : Mr PH Nyaqcela Tel No: (015) 391 1373


POST 38/86 : ADMIN CLERK: INVENTORY AND DISTRIBUTION

REF NO: DMRE/2201
SALARY : R173 703 per annum (Level 05), (All-inclusive package)
CENTRE : Head Office Pretoria


REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate Grade 12 /matric (NQF Level 4) Plus the following
competencies Knowledge of: Public Finance Management Act, Treasury
Regulations, PPPFA, SCM Frame work, Logis System, Skills: Computer
Literacy, Financial, Good verbal and written communication, Ability to
communicate at all levels, Thinking Demands: Problem solving, Creativity,
Ability to negotiate, Report writing.


DUTIES : Responsible to receipts, verification and capturing of goods (quantity, quality
and type) for departmental stores. Retrieve goods, monitor stock levels, report
for re-ordering when stock reached pre-cautionary level and update receipts
and issue voucher on LOGIS system. Identify discrepancies between the bin
card and inventory. Prepare payment requests for stationery and submit to
transaction section for processing. Issue and dispatch goods from
departmental store for the department including Regional Office. Administer
and maintain the Department order Bach (0-9). General maintenance of
Departmental store including safe guarding of inventories.
ENQUIRIES : Mr D Rakgalakane Tel No: 012 406 7694

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