Department of Public Works and Infrastucture

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND INFRASTRUCTURE


The Department of Public Works is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. The intention is to
promote representativity in the Public Service through the filling of these posts and with persons whose
appointment will promote representativity, will receive preference. An indication by candidates in this
regard will facilitate the processing of applications. If no suitable candidates from the unrepresented
groups can be recruited, candidates from the represented groups will be considered. People with
disabilities are encouraged to apply.


CLOSING DATE : 20 May 2022 at 16H00


NOTE : Kindly take note that with effect from 01 January 2021, DPSA approved the
new Z83 Application Form (obtainable from any Public Service department);
applicants are requested to use the new application form as failure to do so
will result in their application being disqualified. The Z83 form must be signed
when submitted, To streamline the recruitment process to be more responsive
to the public, as well as to create more protective measures during the
pandemic by avoiding over-crowding and curb the costs incurred by applicants
such measures should include the following regarding certification:
Advertisement and accompanying notes must clearly capture the
requirements for the certification to reflect that applicants must submit
application with the following attachment (1) copies of qualifications, (2)
identity document and (3) driver’s licence (where applicable) and any other
relevant documents, such copies need not be certified when applying for the
post.

The communication from the HR of the department regarding
requirements of certified documents will be limited to shortlisted candidates.
Therefore only shortlisted candidates for a post will be required to submit
certified documents on or before the day of the interview following
communication from HR. The application for employment Form (Z83) provides
under the sectional “additional information” that candidates who are selected
for interviews will be requested to furnish additional certified information that
may be requested to make final decision. It must be borne in mind that when
a document is certified as a true copy of an original, the certifier only confirms
it being a true copy of the original presented. Therefore, the certification
process does not provide validation of the authenticity of the original
document. The validation occurs when the documents is verified for
authenticity. Regulation 67 (9) requires the executive authority to ensure that
he or she is fully satisfied of the claims being made and these read with
Regulations (57) (c) which requires the finalisation of Personnel Suitability
Checks in order to verify claims and check the candidate for purpose of being
fit and proper for employment. Applications not complying with the above will
be disqualified. Should you not have heard from us within the next months,
please regard your application as unsuccessful. Note: It is the responsibility of
all applicants to ensure that foreign and other qualifications are evaluated by
SAQA. Recognition of prior learning will only be considered on submission of
proof by candidates. Kindly note that appointment will be subject to verification
of qualifications and a security clearance. Faxed or late applications will NOT
be accepted. Shortlisted candidates must be willing to undergo normal vetting
and verification processes. Should you not have heard from us within the next
3 months, please regard your application as unsuccessful.


OTHER POSTS


POST 15/116 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: FACILITIES MANAGEMENT REF NO: 2022/159


(36 months contract)


SALARY : R882 042 per annum, all-inclusive salary package, (total package to be
structured in accordance with the rules of the Middle Management Service)


CENTRE : Umtata Regional Office


REQUIREMENTS : A three year tertiary qualification in Built Environment, Facilities Management
and Property/Real Estate Management, and appropriate relevant experience
in Property Management, Integrated Facilities Management or Programme
Management with relevant experience in the Facilities Management
Environment on middle Management Knowledge: Occupational Health and
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Safety Act and other building regulations, General built environment including
mechanical, electrical and civil, Water Services Act and National
Environmental Management Act (NEMA),Horticultural processes/regulations
and Cleaning Industry. Public Financial Management Act, Supply Chain
Management framework, directives and procedures; Government Budget
processes and procedures. Skills: Computer Literacy, Financial skills, Time
management, Administration skills, People management, Negotiation skills,
Coaching and mentoring, Presentation skills, Report writing skills, Planning
and organising, Diplomacy skills, Problem solving, Facilitation skills, Effective
communication, Patient, Understanding, Trustworthy, Dependable,
Innovative, Hardworking, Analytical Thinking, Ability to work under pressure,
Self-motivated, Creative. A valid Driver’s license.


DUTIES : To ensure effective and efficient facilities management, including civil,
mechanical, and electrical and water care Facilities, and compliance with the
relevant Acts including Occupational health and Safety Act. Effective and
efficient management of Cleaning and Horticultural services. To ensure
resource efficiency in state owned buildings. The implementation of
procurement policies-co-ordinate the preparation, analysis, negotiation and
review of contracts related to purchase of equipment and services. Monitor the
maintenance of facilities and compilation of reports. Provide guidance on the
implementation of the policy; monitor and evaluate the impact and
effectiveness of the policies; provide continuous feedback on compliance with
policy. Ensure the promotion of black emerging enterprises. The effective
supervision of resources-oversee the development and training of staff;
supervise the budget expenditure of Facilities management services; direct
preparation of financial statements and report on status of State Facilities;
manage line managers.
ENQUIRIES : Ms N Hlengwa Tel No: 047 502 7000


APPLICATIONS : Mthatha Regional Office Applications: The Regional Manager, Department of
Public Works and Infrastructure, Private Bag X5007, 5009 or Hand Deliver to
PRD2 Building 5th floor, Sutherland Street, Umtata.


POST 15/117 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: FACILITIES MANAGEMENT REF NO: 2022/160


SALARY : R882 042 per annum, all-inclusive salary package, (total package to be
structured in accordance with the rules of the Middle Management Service)


CENTRE : Durban Regional Office


REQUIREMENTS : A three year tertiary qualification in Built Environment, Facilities Management,
Knowledge: Occupational Health and Safety Act. Relevant experience in
Facility Management and understanding of Environmental Conservation Act,
knowledge of Government Procurement system, , General built environment,
Water Act, Water and Services Act, Technical knowledge of the civil
Engineering, best practice within the Water Management Skills, integrated
Facilities Management, Public Financial management Act, Horticultural
processes/regulations, Supply Chain Management Framework, Government
budget procedure Skills: Computer Literacy, Financial skills, time
management administration skills Report writing skills, planning and
Organising, Diplomacy Skills, good financial and budgeting skills, project
management skills and leadership skills, Problem solving, Facilitation skills,
effective communication skills, patient, understanding, trustworthy,
Dependable, innovative, Hardworking, Analytical thinking, Ability to work
under pressure, Self-Motivated, Creative, A valid driver’s license.


DUTIES : The effective facilities management of Electrical, mechanical and Civil
engineering, the implementation of procurement policies co-ordinate the
preparation, analysis, negotiation and review of contracts related to purchase
equipment and services, ensure compliance with occupational health and
safety Act, provide guidance on the implementation of the policy, monitor and
evaluate impact and effectiveness of the policies, provide continuous feedback
on compliance with policy. The management and recruitment of selection
black emerging enterprises-provide information on current requirements and
suppliers to express an interest; ensure compliance with procurement
procedures and legislation; assess new service provider profile and ensure
that a proper enterprise has been selected to carry out the assigned duties;
utilise state expenditure to promote emerging black enterprise. the effective of
cleaning and horticulture services, monitor maintenance of facilities; manage
and direct facilities management cleaning and gardening services, compile
reports regarding the cleaning and gardening services. Undertake water and
waste water plant inspection services-determine best practices, manage the
collection of water and sewage effluence from plants, ensure that all portable
waters to be tested are correctly labelled. The effective supervision of
resources oversee the development and training of staff; supervise the budget
expenditure of cleaning and gardening services, direct preparation of financial
statement and report on status of State facilities; manage line managers.
ENQUIRIES : Mr NN Vilakazi Tel No: (031) 314 7265


APPLICATIONS : Durban Regional Office Applications: The Regional Manager, Department of
Public Works, Private Bag X54315, Durban, 4000. Corner Dr Pixley Kasem
and Samora Machel Streets Durban.


FOR ATTENTION : Ms NS Nxumalo


POST 15/118 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING REF NO: 2022/161


SALARY : R744 255 per annum (Level 11), (all-inclusive salary package), (total package
to be structured in accordance with the rules of the Middle Management
Service)


CENTRE : Head Office


REQUIREMENTS : Three year tertiary qualification in Finance Management or related. 3 years
related financial management experience at supervisory/management level
(ASD). Willing to adapt work schedule in accordance with office requirements.
Knowledge: Public Finance Management Act. National Department of
Treasury regulations, guidelines and directives. Departments` Reconciliation
processes. Understanding of Governments financial delegations.
Management of government’s department’s chart of accounts. Government
Financial Systems. Supply Chain Management. Accrual accounting prescripts
(GAAP and GRAP). Skills: Good verbal and written communication skills;
advanced interpersonal and diplomacy skills; problem solving skills; decision
making skills. Personal Attributes: Analytical thinking; creative; resourceful;
ability to work under stressful situations; ability to communicate at all levels;
people orientated; able to establish and maintain networks; hard-working;
ability to work independently.


DUTIES : Coordinate the revision of policies, internal controls and improved processes:
Monitor the policy and legislative framework to ensure that cognizance is taken
of new developments. Develop and maintain policies and processes in line
with applicable prescripts and are aligned to the Department’s strategic
objective. Review efficiency and effectiveness of systems of internal controls
at the regions in order to improve the integrity of financial information. Monitor
compliance with financial prescripts. Evaluate strategies and processes in
order to continually improve them. Manage Departments bank accounts
(Trading Entity – Manage the information on the inflow and outflow of funds.
Ensure that all transactions are supported by authentic and verifiable source
documents. Investigate suspense account balances. Compile financial
statements and review financial statement inputs of the sub-directorate.
Manage the reconciliations and compliance certificate inputs to National
Treasury. Monitor ageing analysis and remind regional offices to process all
unpaid invoices with proper action messaging. Implement a dashboard for
tracking and resolution of queries from suppliers. Implement measures for
improving audit outcomes and risk management-: Assess management report
and implement audit plan. Report progress on the audit plan. Review of audit
files and annual financial statements to ensure compliance with GRAP.
Manage request for Information (RFIs) and submission of audit evidence to
AGSA. Manage and resolve all audit queries. Reduce exposure to risk through
sound corporate governance. Assess risks of the sub-directorate and update
the risk register. Provide oversight in the compliance to the PFMA, Treasury
regulations, departmental policies and internal control procedures. Control
documentation and safeguard source documents. Manage the Subdirectorate:- Ensure maintenance of discipline. Manage performance and
development. Establish, implement and maintain efficient and effective
communication arrangements. Develop and manage the operational plan of
the sub-directorate and report on progress as required. Manage procurement
and asset management for the sub-directorate. Plan and allocate work. Quality
control of work delivered by employees.


ENQUIRIES : H Abrahams Tel No: 012 406 1270
APPLICATIONS : Head Office Applications: The Director-General, Department of Public Works
and Infrastructure, Private Bag X65, Pretoria, 0001 or Hand-delivery: The
CGO Building, Corner Bosman and Madiba Streets, Pretoria.
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FOR ATTENTION : Ms. N.P. Mudau


POST 15/119 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: GENDER MAINSTREAMING REF NO: 2022/162


SALARY : R744 255 per annum (Level 11), (total package to be structures in accordance
with the rules of the Middle Management Service)


CENTRE : Head office (Pretoria)


REQUIREMENTS : Appropriate 3 year tertiary qualification (NQF level 7) in Gender Studies; Social
sciences, Public Administration. Appropriate relevant experience in Gender
mainstreaming, policy analysis and report writing. Monitoring and Evaluation
processes of which appropriate years of experience should be at supervisory
level. Sound knowledge and ability to interpret and implement international
treaties and other frameworks from a socio-political and human rights
perspective, sound understanding of research on women empowerment,
reporting monitoring and evaluation approaches. Understanding the
transformation agenda of the Government. Presentation skills. The successful
applicant will be subject to personal security vetting. A valid driver’s licence.


DUTIES : Co-ordinate and facilitate advocacy programmes in promoting gender
sensitization and responsiveness; Co-ordinate & implement effective
strategies for advocacy & campaigns that increase the participation of women
in DPWI programmes; Coordinate mechanisms on stakeholder liaison
regarding gender issues. Co-ordinate and monitor implemented programmes
on women empowerment. Provide support on the formulation and
implementation of policies in the department for gender responsiveness;
Provide inputs into the development of policies, strategies & legislative
imperatives to address women empowerment. Advocate for policies &
programmes that mainstream the economic empowerment and participation
of women. Collate information for drafting of reports, submissions, and briefing
notes for the executive principals. Convene stakeholder engagement on
issues of gender & women empowerment; Provide support to the Chief
Directorate through participation in related forums. Co-ordinate awareness
sessions and staff training programs to raise awareness on Gender Based
Violence (GBV). Co-ordinate and report DPWI’s contribution to the National
Strategic Plan on Gender Base Violence and Femicide.


ENQUIRIES : Rev N Stemela Tel No: (012) 406 1006


APPLICATIONS : Head Office Applications: The Director-General, Department of Public Works
and Infrastructure, Private Bag X65, Pretoria, 0001 or Hand-delivery: The
CGO Building, Corner Bosman and Madiba Streets, Pretoria.
FOR ATTENTION : Ms. N.P. Mudau


POST 15/120 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: CLEANING SERVICES REF NO: 2022/164
(Facilities Management)


SALARY : R477 090 per annum
CENTRE : Bloemfontein Regional Office


REQUIREMENTS : A three year tertiary qualification Public Administration/Management, Human
Resource Management or Management or related qualifications with
appropriate experience. Understanding of and competence in Property and
Facilities Management including relevant experience in Cleaning Services.
Valid drivers’ licence. Computer literacy. Knowledge or understanding of the
Government Procurement System. An understanding of the PFMA, PPPFA,
LOGIS and EPWP. Ability to compile and adjudicate tenders. Sound analytical
and interpersonal skills; proven problem-solving skills. Proven financial, strong
verbal and written communication skills. Negotiation skills. Knowledge and
understanding of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and its regulations.
Ability to implement systems and exercise control to ensure sound
management of equipment and materials. Ability to perform regular inspection.
Willingness to travel and to participate on the Covid-19 committee/s.


DUTIES : Manage service contracts and contractor’s performance and quality of work
for the duration of contracts. Manage related budget and financial planning.
Compile specifications and handle inspections in the cleaning field. Manage
and control equipment and material register. Formulate policies and
administrative procedures for cleaning maintenance. Manage performance
based contracts. Appoint relief cleaners. Management of Human Resources
(work plans, training, career development etc). Events Management.
ENQUIRIES : Mr. L Ramasunzi Tel No: (051) 408 7311
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APPLICATIONS : Bloemfontein Regional Office Applications: The Regional Manager,
Department of Public Works, P/Bag X 20605, Bloemfontein, 9300 or hand
delivered to 18 President Brandt Street Bloemfontein 9300.
FOR ATTENTION : Mr D Manus


POST 15/121 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: GENDER MAINSTREAMING REF NO: 2022/163


SALARY : R382 245 per annum
CENTRE : Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : Appropriate undergraduate qualification (NQF level 6) in Social Sciences;
Gender Studies, or Public Administration. Sound knowledge and experience
in Gender mainstreaming and inclusion, monitoring and evaluation processes,
knowledge of international treaties and domestic policies on the Rights of
Women; understanding women empowerment from a socio-political and
human rights perspective, as well as advocacy and awareness strategies and
measures. The successful applicant will be subject to personal security
vetting. A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES : Advocate for Gender responsiveness of all policies and strategies within the
department; Advocate and facilitate women empowerment initiatives in the
department. Benchmark and gather baseline information on women
empowerment within the department. Develop and implement capacity
building initiatives for women empowerment in the department. Develop and
implement strategies to address women empowerment. Report on
departmental gender status and progress to the Presidency and other
monitoring institutions. Research on Gender issues related to the
departmental mandate. Provide secretariat and administrative support
services on relevant forums.
ENQUIRIES : Rev N Stemela Tel No: (012) 406 1006


APPLICATIONS : Head Office Applications: The Director-General, Department of Public Works
and Infrastructure, Private Bag X65, Pretoria, 0001 or Hand-delivery: The
CGO Building, Corner Bosman and Madiba Streets, Pretoria.
FOR ATTENTION : Ms. N.P. Mudau


POST 15/122 : CHIEF WORKS MANAGER: MECHANICAL REF NO: 2022/165


Component: Facilities Management
SALARY : R321 543 per annum
CENTRE : Bloemfontein Regional Office


REQUIREMENTS : A three year tertiary qualification (NQF level 6)/ Bachelor’s degree in
Mechanical or equivalent qualifications accompanied by proven similar
technical experience/ OR N3 plus trade test completed successfully plus 5
years technical experience in the built environment. A valid driver’s licence;
computer literacy; knowledge and understanding of PFMA, OHSA, National
Building Regulations, Environment Conservation Act as well as the
Government Procurement System. Willingness to travel and work irregular
hours. Sound analytical, good written and verbal communication skills.


DUTIES : Attend to planned and unplanned maintenance request from the clients.
Compile scope of works and prepare estimates and technical reports. Manage
Waste Water Plant Purification. Inspect and report on leased buildings. Inspect
and report on optimum use of Mechanical equipment and installation.
Inspection of water meter readings; effective utilization of water and
certification of Municipal Accounts (Monitor water consumption). Ensure all
automatic sprinkler systems comply with the Automatic Sprinkler Bureau
Standards. Ensure mechanical work and drawings comply with the OHSA.
Preparation of tender documentation. Verify and certify invoices for
contractors. Ensure effective and efficient management of Property
Management functions related to Mechanical discipline. Prepare and compile
monthly reports.
ENQUIRIES : Mr. B Dlabantu Tel No: (051) – 408 7364


APPLICATIONS : Bloemfontein Regional Office Applications: The Regional Manager,
Department of Public Works, P/Bag X 20605, Bloemfontein, 9300 or hand
delivered to 18 President Brandt Street Bloemfontein 9300.
FOR ATTENTION : Mr D Manus
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POST 15/123 : ARTISAN FOREMAN REF NO: 2022/166 (X3 POSTS)


Mechanical/ Carpentry/ Building: Workshop
SALARY : R308 826 per annum, (OSD salary)
CENTRE : Pretoria Regional Office


REQUIREMENTS : Grade 10 plus five years post qualification experience as an Artisan.
Appropriate Trade Test certificate. Knowledge of OHSA Act. A valid driver’s
license. Installation Rules. Must have a Certificate of Compliance. (Wireman’s
License).


DUTIES : Spot check technical faults for repairs or maintenance required. Oversee and
ensure that quotations are received and purchase required equipment and
materials. Oversee and ensure that the maintenance and faults repair
registers updated. Report writing. Repairs of faults.
ENQUIRIES : Mr J. de Wit Tel No: 082 889 0283


APPLICATIONS : Pretoria Regional Office Applications: The Regional Manager, Department of
Public Works, Private Bag x 229, Pretoria, 0001 or Hand deliver to AVN
Building corner Andries and Skinner Street, Pretoria.
FOR ATTENTION : Ms. M Masubelele


POST 15/124 : ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER: ASSET MANAGEMENT REF NO: 2022/167


SALARY : R261 372 per annum
CENTRE : Bloemfontein Regional Office


REQUIREMENTS : A Three year tertiary qualification (NQL Level 6) in Supply Chain Management;
Logistics; Procurement; Business Management/ Administration qualification.
Plus relevant years’ experience in Asset Management or Logistical services.
The following will serve as recommendations: Knowledge of the Public
Finance Management Act; inventory administration, including stock
management; procurement processes and procedures; inventory systems.
Computer literacy is also essential. Technical skills; Ability to maintain integrity
of confidential information; ability to prioritise; basic communication (verbal
and written); basic numeracy; basic computer literacy; interpersonal relations.
Valid driver’s licence (08).


DUTIES : Update movable asset register. Receive and distribute movable assets to end
users; conduct monthly, quarterly and annual asset verification, report and
investigate discrepancies, compile monthly asset verification report, ensure
that all assets are recorded on the asset register; ensure accuracy of
inventories; ensure bar coding of assets; ensure marking of machinery; liaise
with suppliers regarding requisitions; ensure that suppliers are registered on
the Supplier Register. Ensure control over inventories. Ensure the
maintenance of movable assets and administrate service contracts with regard
thereto; respond to audit findings. Administrate the disposal of redundant and
obsolete inventory identify and value redundant and obsolete accountable
items; administrate the disposal of unserviceable items; process internal and
external movements of assets; prepare items for public auction; administer
public auction processes.
ENQUIRIES : Mrs Lebohang Mashamaite Tel No: 051 408 7408


APPLICATIONS : Bloemfontein Regional Office Applications: The Regional Manager,
Department of Public Works, P/Bag X 20605, Bloemfontein, 9300 or hand
delivered to 18 President Brandt Street Bloemfontein 9300.
FOR ATTENTION : Mr D Manus


POST 15/125 : ADMINISTRATIIVE OFFICER: CLEANING SERVICES REF NO: 2022/168


Facilities Management
SALARY : R261 372 per annum
CENTRE : Bloemfontein Regional Office


REQUIREMENTS : A Three year tertiary qualification (NQL Level 6) in Administration, Human
Resource Management or Management with supervisory experience.
Knowledge and understanding of procurement processes and other relevant
government legislation. An understanding of the PFMA. Good written and
verbal communication skills. Computer literacy and good interpersonal skills.
Knowledge of the departmental performance management and development
system. A code B valid driver license. The candidate will be expected to travel
around Free State Province extensively.


DUTIES : Manage and control cleaning services in the region. Manage and review
cleaning contracts. Procurement of cleaning services through the normal
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procurement processes. Supervision of cleaners as well as managing their
performance. Ensure timeous submission of invoices on the on services
rendered for payment to service providers and contractors. Conduct random
or routine inspections and visits to Magistrate Offices were the department is
rendering cleaning services.
ENQUIRIES : Mr. L Ramasunzi Tel No: (051) 408 7311
APPLICATIONS : Bloemfontein Regional Office Applications: The Regional Manager,
Department of Public Works, P/Bag X 20605, Bloemfontein, 9300 or hand
delivered to 18 President Brandt Street Bloemfontein 9300.
FOR ATTENTION : Mr D Manus


POST 15/126 : PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE CHIEF DIRECTOR: STRATEGIC
MANAGEMENT REF NO: 2022/169


(12 months contract)
SALARY : R261 372 per annum
CENTRE : Head Office


REQUIREMENTS : A three-year National Diploma/Bachelor’s Degree in Office Administration/
Public Administration/ Public Management or an equivalent qualification) plus
relevant years working experience in office management/ secretariat/ clerical
position. Knowledge and understanding of government policies and
legislations such as PFMA, Treasury Regulations, Public Service Act and
Public Service Regulations, Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act.
Knowledge of Financial Management and Provisioning Administration policies
of government; Good communication skills (both written and verbal). Good,
demonstrative computer literacy with knowledge of Microsoft packages (MS
Word, MS Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint). Relevant experience in rendering
a support service to senior management. Knowledge: Wide range of office
management and administrative tasks; Good telephone etiquette; Sound
organisational skill; Good interpersonal skills; Ability to communicate well with
people at deferent levels; Basic numeracy; Office administration and
organisational skills; Planning and organising; Ability to act with tact and
discretion. Project administration skills.


DUTIES : Provides a secretarial support service to the chief directorate; receives
telephone calls in an environment where, in addition to the calls for the senior
manager, discretion is required to decide to whom the call should be
forwarded. In the process the job incumbent should finalise some enquiries;
Performs advanced typing work; Operates and ensure that office equipment,
printers and photocopiers are in good working order; Records the
engagements of the senior manager; Utilises discretion to decide whether to
accept/decline or refer to other employees, request for meetings, based on the
assessed importance and urgency of the matter; Coordinates with and
sensitises/advises the manager regarding engagements; Compiles realistic
schedule of appointments; Renders administrative support services-;Ensure
the effective flow of information and documents to and from the office of the
CD; Ensures the safekeeping of all documentation in the office of the manager
in line with relevant legislation and policies; Obtains inputs, collates and
compiles reports, e.g. progress reports, monthly reports and management
reports; Scrutinises routine submissions/ reports and make notes and/or
recommendations for the manager; Responds to enquiries received from
internal and external stakeholders; Drafts documents as required; Does filing
of documents for the manager and the unit where required; Collects, analyses
and collates information requested by the manager; Clarifies instructions and
notes on behalf of the manager; Ensures that travel arrangements are well
coordinated; Prioritise issues in the office of the CD;

Manages the leave
register and telephone accounts for the unit; Handles the procurement of
standard items like stationary, refreshments etc. for the activities for the
manager and the unit; Obtains the necessary signatures on documents like
procurement advises and monthly salary reports; Provides support to manager
regarding meetings; Scrutinise documents to determine
actions/information/other documents required for meetings; Collects and
compiles all necessary documents for the manager to inform him/her on the
contents; Records minutes/decision and communicates to relevant role
players, follow-up on progress made; Prepares briefing notes for the CD as
required; Coordinates logistical arrangement for meetings when required;
Makes necessary travelling arrangements; Supports the Chief directorate with
the administration of the budgets; Collects and coordinates all the documents
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that relate to the Chief Directorate’s budget. Provides project management
support for the projects in the office of the CD.
ENQUIRIES : Ms K Sebati Tel No: (012) 406 1351


APPLICATIONS : Head Office Applications: The Director-General, Department of Public Works
and Infrastructure, Private Bag X65, Pretoria, 0001 or Hand-delivery: The
CGO Building, Corner Bosman and Madiba Streets, Pretoria.
FOR ATTENTION : Ms. N.P. Mudau


POST 15/127 : ACCOUTING CLERK (CASHIER) REF NO: 2022/171


SALARY : R176 310 per annum
CENTRE : Umtata Regional Office


REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 or equivalent qualification. Knowledge of transversal financial
Systems Treasury Regulations. State budgeting procedures. Relevant
Financial administration experience. Analytical thinking. Accounting and
numeric skills, budgeting and communication. Tertiary qualification in Finance
will serve as an added advantage.


DUTIES : The administration of income revenue received. The recording and allocation
of state monies. The administration and reconciliation of suspense accounts.
The capturing of deposits on BAS system. The management and
administration of petty cash. The provision of administrative support to the
section. Capture Payments and journals on BAS and SAGE X3.Capture S &
T payments and advance. Prepare monthly petty cash reconciliations. Control
and safe keep documents. Place documentation on files. Control and protect
documents. Respond to all audit queries in the directorate. Distribution of
payslips to pay point managers.
ENQUIRIES : Ms P Sani Tel No: (012) 492 3122


APPLICATIONS : Mthatha Regional Office Applications: The Regional Manager, Department of
Public Works and Infrastructure, Private Bag X5007, 5009 or Hand Deliver to
PRD2 Building 5th floor, Sutherland Street, Umtata.


POST 15/128 : SUPERVISOR: CLEANING SERVICES: FACILITY MANAGEMENT REF
NO: 2022/170


SALARY : R145 281 per annum
CENTRE : Cape Town


REQUIREMENTS : Applicant must have a Standard 8/ Grade 10 or equivalent qualification and
relevant experience. Good interpersonal skills, basic communication and
literacy. Ability to perform routine tasks. Knowledge on usage of cleaning
materials and equipment’s will be added advantage.


DUTIES : Manage and supervise cleaning staff and assist with the day-to-day cleaning.
Administer attendance record and Work plans. Report any maintenance
problems daily and follow up thereof. Co-ordinate with seniors timeously with
regard to problems that may rise. Plan/recommend leave for the cleaning
personnel under supervision. Execute daily inspections of the building with
regard to its cleanliness. Place orders for cleaning materials. Control inventory
of cleaning materials and equipment for the building. Draft the cleaning
program for the cleaning personnel.
ENQUIRIES : Mr. Dorian Lewin Tel No: (021) 402 2104


APPLICATIONS : Cape Town Regional Office Applications: The Regional Manager, Department
of Public Works, Private Bag X9027, Cape Town, 8000. Or Hand Deliver at
Ground floor, Customs House, Lower Heerengracht Street, Cape Town.
Register the application in the book.
FOR ATTENTION : Ms. C Rossouw


POST 15/129 : TRADESMAN AID II: WORKSHOP REF NO: 2022/172


SALARY : R124 434 per annum
CENTRE : Bloemfontein Regional Office


REQUIREMENTS : Grade 10 with 2-5 years relevant working experience and be able to read and
write. Grade 12 will be an added advantage. Good interpersonal skills, basic
communication and literacy. Ability to perform routine tasks. Knowledge on
building materials and equipment’s will be an added advantage.


DUTIES : Assist Artisans with all day to day maintenance related activities. Must be
willing to work overtime when a need arise (i.e. after hours and during the
weekends). Manage equipment, tools and machinery generally used on site.
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Must periodically ensure a good housekeeping at the workshop and on site.
Ensure all work is carried out in a safe manner according to the OHS ACT.


ENQUIRIES : Mr. M Mashinini Tel No: 051 408 7350
APPLICATIONS : Bloemfontein Regional Office Applications: The Regional Manager,
Department of Public Works, P/Bag X 20605, Bloemfontein, 9300 or hand
delivered to 18 President Brandt Street Bloemfontein 9300.
FOR ATTENTION : Mr D Manus

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