Goverment Vacancies

“A SKILLED AND CAPABLE WORKFORCE FOR AN INCLUSIVE GROWTH”
THE FULL DETAILS FOR THE ADVERTS CAN BE ACCESSED ON DHET WEBSITE AT WWW.DHET.GOV.ZA OR
HTTPS://WWW.DHET.GOV.ZA/SITEPAGES/CAREERS.ASPX AND WILL BE PLACED ON THE DPSA CIRCULAR
DHET invites applicants to apply online on the New Z83 form by accessing the Departmental Website (click
‘apply now’ button) or http://z83.ngnscan.co.za/apply and following the easy prompts/instructions. Upload the
supporting documents namely, (1) a comprehensive CV, and (2) copies of all qualifications (including
matriculation), identity document, valid driver’s licence, and any other document (where required). A fully
completed and signed (electronic signature) Z83 form will be considered. A user guide and ‘how to’ videos will
assist in how to complete the form and digital signature. Only shortlisted candidates will be required to submit
certified documents/copies on or before the day of the interviews. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have
foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). Candidates whose
appointments promote representativity in terms of race, gender, and disability will receive preference.
All shortlisted candidates for SMS posts 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. The successful
candidate(s) will be required to undergo a Competency Assessment. One of the minimum entry requirements
for the SMS position is the Pre-entry Certificate. No appointment will take place without the successful
completion of the pre-entry certificate and submission thereof. For more details on the pre-entry course visit:
https://www.thensg.gov.za/training-course/sms-pre-entry-programme/. The candidate(s) will be required to
sign an annual performance agreement, disclose his/her financial interests, and be subjected to security
clearance. If you have not been contacted within three (3) months of the closing date of this advertisement,
please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Suitable candidates will be subjected to personnel
suitability checks (criminal record check, citizenship verification, qualification/study verification, and previous
employment verification). Applications received after the closing date will not be considered.
“DHET is committed to providing equal opportunities and practising affirmative action employment. It is our
intention to promote representativity in terms of (race, gender, and disability) in the organisation. Women and
people living with disability will receive preference in all DHET posts”.
CLOSING DATE: 17 June 2022
BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
DIRECTORATE: TVET INSTITUTIONAL FUNDING
DEPUTY DIRECTOR: NATIONAL NORMS AND STANDARDS (REF NO: DHET01/05/2022)
SALARY: R882 042 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 12)
CENTRE: Pretoria
(This post is being re-advertised and candidates who had previously applied may re-apply)
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma in Bachelor of Commerce or equivalent
qualification in Economics/Accounting and/or Financial Management. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years, preferably
in funding frameworks and policies with at least three (3) to five (5) years of work experience at the Junior Management
level. Extensive knowledge and insight into the education policies and legislations for public colleges. Experience in
financial management in a government environment will be an added advantage. Policy analysis, development, and
implementation skills. Knowledge of the policies or legislative framework in Technical and Vocational Education and
Training Colleges, Public Finance Management Act. Good financial analysis and research skills. Good communication
(oral and written) and interpersonal skills. Ability to work in a team and to work under pressure. Meet tight deadlines
and be target driven. Computer literacy; with extensive knowledge of MS Word and Excel skills. A postgraduate degree
or Diploma in Economics or Finance will be an added advantage. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s license.
DUTIES: Plan the equitable distribution of funding in support of policies for education and training delivery in the
Technical and Vocational Educational and Training Colleges. Manage models for planning equitable pro-poor funding.
Gather, analyse, and utilise data for the development of national Norms and Standards for Technical and Vocational
Educational and Training Colleges. Research and analysis of emerging issues to inform the development and the
review of funding norms. Determining required education inputs. Analyse and interpret emerging and evolving
conditions for review of the funding policies where circumstances demand and/or at certain intervals. Manage the
development, review, and implementation of an equitable funding framework for Training and Vocational Educational
and Colleges. Manage and monitor implementation to ensure compliance with the funding norms. Facilitate reporting
on the implementation of the funding policy to identify areas for improvement as well as maintain and sustain best
practices. Analyse, interpret and apply both financial and non-financial data for financial policy development.
Benchmarking against other financing policies globally.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
BRANCH: COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND TRAINING
DIRECTORATE: CET GOVERNANCE AND MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: CET MANAGEMENT AND GOVERNANCE SUPPORT (REF NO: DHET02/05/2022)
SALARY: R 882 042 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 12)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma (NQF level 7) in Education, Public
Management/Administration, or equivalent qualification. Candidates with a Corporate Governance related certificate
will have an added advantage. A minimum of five (5) years’ work experience in working with governance structures
with at least three (3) to five (5) years at the Junior Management level. Experience in working with governance
structures. Knowledge and understanding of policies and regulatory frameworks governing the establishment of
governance structures within public colleges. This is a middle management position in a core functional area that
requires a dynamic individual with proven strategic management, writing skills, leadership, and people management
capabilities. The candidate must have exceptional interpersonal skills and be a strong communicator with the ability to
interact with a wide range of stakeholders. Further skills requirements relate to technical proficiency, monitoring, and
evaluation, problem-solving and analysis, report writing, and preparing presentations. Good computer skills.
Candidates must be willing to work irregular hours and be committed to meeting deadlines within tight time frames.
Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Responsible for ensuring the effective appointment of councils and good governance in CET Colleges.
Determine capacity needs and support capacity building for management, councils, and student leadership. Provide
support to CET Colleges in setting up management and governance systems, structures, and procedures. Monitor and
report on the activities of the CET Colleges Councils and student leadership in line with applicable legislation,
standards, and other secondary policies. Monitor the effectiveness of College Councils.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
COMPONENT: NATIONAL SKILLS FUND
CHIEF DIRECTORATE: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT IMPLEMENTATION DIRECTORATE: INITIATION AND
EVALUATION
TWO (2) POSTS: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: INITIATION AND EVALUATION REF NO: DHET03/05/2022)
SALARY: R882 042 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 12)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma (NQF level 7) in Administration/Management
or equivalent qualification. Candidates with Civil/Infrastructure are encouraged to apply. A Nated Diploma with a
relevant Trade Certificate will be added advantage. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years of work experience in project
management with at least three (3) to five (5) years at the Junior Management level. Candidates that have experience
in initiating, monitoring, and evaluating large projects, portfolios of projects and/or programmes in the private or public
sector will have an added advantage, as well as candidates that are registered as Project Managers or Professional
Project Managers at Project Management South Africa. Good knowledge of the post-school education and training
system will also be an added advantage. This is a middle management position in a core functional area that requires
a dynamic individual with proven strategic management, leadership, and people management capabilities. The
candidate must be a strong communicator with the ability to interact with a wide range of stakeholders. Further skills
requirements relate to technical proficiency, initiation, monitoring, and evaluation, problem-solving and analysis, report
writing, preparing presentations, marketing and communication, knowledge management, quality management,
budgeting and financial management, human resource management, change management and negotiation. The
incumbent must be client orientated, customer-focused and able to perform in a team environment. Good computer
skills. Candidates must be willing to travel the country extensively and travel abroad occasionally, work irregular hours
and be committed to meeting deadlines within tight time frames. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s license.
DUTIES: Responsible for the effective implementation of the project initiation and evaluation process in the NSF;
Manage and report on the receipt, logging and evaluation of applications for solicited and unsolicited projects; Manage
the Request for Proposal(RFP) process for solicited projects; Manage and report on RFP applications in the various
stages of the project initiation process; Perform, manage and report on administrative compliance, technical evaluation
and due diligence on solicited and unsolicited.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
NATIONAL SKILLS FUND
DIRECTORATE: REGIONAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT IMPLEMENTATION
POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: REGIONAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT IMPLEMENTATION (EASTERN CAPE
REGION) (REF NO: DHET 04/05/2022)
SALARY: R882 042 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 12)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma (NQF level 7) in Public
Management/Administration or equivalent qualification. Candidates with Nated Diploma and relevant trade certificate
will be an added advantage. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years of work experience in project management with at
least three (3) to five (5) years at the Junior Management experience level. Knowledge and experience in managing
large projects, portfolios of projects and/or programmes in the private or public sector will have an added advantage,
as well as a candidate that is registered as a Project Manager or Professional Project Manager with Project
Management South Africa or other related bodies. Good knowledge of the post-school education and training system
will also be an added advantage. This is a middle management position in a core functional area that requires a dynamic
individual with proven strategic management, leadership, and people management capabilities. The candidate must be
a strong communicator with the ability to interact with a wide range of stakeholders. Further skills requirements relate
to technical proficiency, monitoring, and evaluation, problem-solving and analysis, report writing, preparing
presentations, marketing and communication, knowledge management, quality management, budgeting and financial
management, human resource management, change management and negotiation. The incumbent must be client
orientated, customer-focused and able to perform in a team environment. Good computer skills. Candidates must be
willing to travel the country extensively and travel abroad occasionally, work irregular hours and be committed to
meeting deadlines within tight time frames. Candidates must be proficient in English and proficiency in Afrikaans and/or
isiXhosa and/or isiZulu will be an added advantage. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Responsible for ensuring skills development projects within project portfolio report timely and accurately;
Effectively monitor, evaluate and report on the allocation, management, operational performance and funding of
projects within project portfolio; Responsible for performing expenditure verification and performance information
verification related to projects within project portfolio; Responsible for coordinating physical verification (learners,
infrastructure, assets etc.) across the different project sites for the projects within project portfolio; Ensure that all
documents and information related to projects and programmes in portfolio are submitted for knowledge management
purposes; Manage stakeholders for portfolio of projects; Actively participate in both regional and national structures
and platforms that are relevant for effective skills development implementation; Manage staff under his / her
supervision; Provide feedback and strategic advice regarding skills development activities to the regional head;
Participate as an active member of the regional management team; Collaboratively contribute to the development of a
project management framework for projects and programmes specifically for the region and nationally in general;
Effectively implement the project management framework for projects and programmes within project portfolio
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
COMPONENT: NATIONAL SKILLS FUND
DIRECTORATE: REGIONAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT IMPLEMENTATION
POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: REGIONAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT IMPLEMENTATION (WESTERN/NORTHERN)
CAPE REGION (REF NO: DHET 05/05/2022)
SALARY: R 882 042 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 12)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma (NQF level 7) in Public
Management/Administration or equivalent qualification. Candidates with Nated Diploma and relevant trade certificate
will have an added advantage. A minimum of five (5) to ten years (10) years of work experience in project management
with at least three (3) to five (5) years at the Junior Management level. Candidates that have experience in managing
large projects, portfolios of projects and/or programmes in the private or public sector will have an added advantage,
as well as a candidate that is registered as a Project Manager or Professional Project Manager with Project
Management South Africa or other related bodies. Good knowledge of the post-school education and training system
will also be an added advantage. This is a middle management position in a core functional area that requires a dynamic
individual with proven strategic management, leadership, and people management capabilities. The candidate must be
a strong communicator with the ability to interact with a wide range of stakeholders. Further skills requirements relate
to technical proficiency, monitoring, and evaluation, problem-solving and analysis, report writing, preparing
presentations, marketing and communication, knowledge management, quality management, budgeting and financial
management, human resource management, change management and negotiation. The incumbent must be client
orientated, customer-focused and able to perform in a team environment. Good computer skills. Candidates must be
willing to travel the country extensively and travel abroad occasionally, work irregular hours and be committed to
meeting deadlines within tight time frames. Candidates must be proficient in English and proficiency in Afrikaans and/or
isiXhosa and/or isiZulu will be an added advantage. A valid driver’s license and willingness to travel.
DUTIES: Responsible for ensuring skills development projects within project portfolio report timely and accurately;
Effectively monitor, evaluate and report on the allocation, management, operational performance and funding of
projects within project portfolio; Responsible for performing expenditure verification and performance information
verification related to projects within project portfolio; Responsible for coordinating physical verification (learners,
infrastructure, assets etc.) across the different project sites for the projects within project portfolio; Ensure that all
documents and information related to projects and programmes in portfolio are submitted for knowledge management
purposes; Manage stakeholders for portfolio of projects; Actively participate in both regional and national structures
and platforms that are relevant for effective skills development implementation; Manage staff under his / her
supervision; Provide feedback and strategic advice regarding skills development activities to the regional head;
Participate as an active member of the regional management team; Collaboratively contribute to the development of a
project management framework for projects and programmes specifically for the region and nationally in general;
Effectively implement the project management framework for projects and programmes within project portfolio.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
BRANCH: UNIVERSITY EDUCATION
DIRECTORATE: UNIVERSITY RESEARCH SUPPORT AND POLICY DEVELOPMENT
POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR UNIVERSITY POLICY AND DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT (REF NO: DHET 06/05/2022)
SALARY: R882 042 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 12)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma (NQF Level 7) in Policy Development or
equivalent qualification. A relevant postgraduate qualification will be an added advantage. A minimum of five (5) to ten
(10) years of experience in project management as well as the development and implementation of higher education
policies with at least three (3) to five (5) years of experience at the Junior Management level. Knowledge and
understanding of policies and regulatory frameworks governing higher education. Experience in government financial
systems and procedures, including project planning and management. Experience in research methodology and
management of research projects. Understanding of key stakeholder bodies in the higher education sector. Knowledge
of local and international trends in higher education and higher education policy. Demonstrable understanding of
Research Outputs’ imperatives and their dynamics in South Africa, particularly in the higher education sector. Ability to
monitor and evaluate the implementation of programmes and projects, writing and presentation skills. Excellent
communication both in writing and verbally including high-level report-writing. Demonstrable experience in working with
teams and working within short deadlines. Ability to function well under pressure. Ability and reputation to build
relationships both individually and institutionally. A creative and innovative thinker. The candidate must be able to
proactively identify and explore areas of synergy with other components of the Department, statutory bodies and other
government departments or entities. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: The scope of the work of the successful candidate will include, but not be limited to the Development and
implementation of policies in various areas of higher education, with the current focus on the recognition of Research
Output for subsidy. Development and maintenance of the evaluation system for measuring innovations and Research
Outputs of higher education institutions, and the analysis of related data. Support the development and strengthening
of creative fields of study at higher education institutions. Monitor and analyse Research Outputs’ plans of higher
education institutions. Generate reporting on matters relating to Research Outputs in the sector. Support the Directorate
in its oversight and monitoring of the implementation of Research Outputs’ policies and plans. Conceptualise and
implement programmes and projects to strengthen Research Outputs’ initiatives at universities. Assist with drafting of
speeches for senior government officials and the Ministry; and participation in departmental, inter-departmental and
other various higher education stakeholders’ committees/forums. Build relations with internal and external DHET
stakeholders to support the advancement of higher education.
NOTE: All shortlisted candidates will be required to write a competency test.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
BRANCH: PLANNING, POLICY, AND STRATEGY
DIRECTORATE: REGISTRATION OF PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATION AND INSTITUTIONS:
DEPUTY DIRECTOR: REGISTRATION OF PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS (REF NO: DHET
07/05/2022)
SALARY: R882 042 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 12)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma (NQF Level 7) in Public/Business
Administration or equivalent qualification. A postgraduate qualification in Education, Law or another relevant field will
be an added advantage. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years of working experience in a higher education
environment and relevant management experience with at least three (3) to five (5) years of experience at the Junior
Management level. The candidate will work closely with private higher education institutions, stakeholders, law
enforcement agents and other sections within the Department of Higher Education and Training. The appointee must
have an excellent knowledge of Excel, and the legislative and policy context of the higher education system is required.
The candidate must be able to lead teams to monitor systems, undertake evaluation, and be able to work innovatively
and flexibly across higher education contexts. The ability to interact effectively and communicate with the leadership of
the Higher Education system and other relevant stakeholders is a requirement. The ability to work competently with
MS Suites such as Word, PowerPoint etc. is required. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s license.
DUTIES: The scope of this position will include but not be limited to providing oversight of the monitoring and evaluation
functions concerning annual reports, conversions, and amendment of registration. Liaise between the Department and
higher education constituencies, primarily private higher education institutions and other stakeholders in the sector.
Ensure efficiency of the Departmental service in dealing with sector queries and complaints received by the Directorate.
Oversee referral of cases referred to the law enforcement agents. Liaise with the CHE and SAQA in the verification of
qualifications and quality assurance. Provide input on the review of current policy and Regulations. Compile quarterly
reports. Managing and supervising a team of officials.
NOTE: All shortlisted candidates will be required to write a competency test.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
BRANCH: UNIVERSITY EDUCATION
DIRECTORATE: UNIVERSITY INSTITUTIONAL FUNDING
POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR INSTITUTIONAL FUNDING (REF NO: DHET 08/05/2022)
SALARY: R882 042 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 12)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/ advanced diploma (NQF level 7) in Finance Management or
equivalent qualification. A postgraduate qualification would be a distinct advantage. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10)
years of experience within the higher education or related sector and relevant management experience with at least
three (3) to five (5) years’ experience at the Junior Management level. Knowledge and understanding of policy and
regulatory frameworks governing higher education, understanding of key stakeholders in the higher education sector,
and the experience of working with students within a higher education context. Knowledge and understanding of the
Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), client-oriented and the ability to interact with stakeholders in the higher
education sector, having good interpersonal skills, programme and project management skills, conflict resolution and
negotiation skills, proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Advanced Excel, and PowerPoint) and Adobe Acrobat’,
excellent verbal and written communication skills, numerical, analytical and problem-solving skills, research, reportwriting and presentation skills, ability to work independently, ability to work under pressure, people management, ability
to mentor and empower subordinates. Willingness and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Provide support in the administration of the annual Ministerial Statement on University Funding, Provide
support in the administration of the division of the block grant state budget amongst universities. Administer annual
public reports related to the state funding of universities, as well as the performance of universities within the block
grant. Administer the completion of progress reports by universities for the earmarked foundation provision grant, and
report internally on these progress reports with the view of approving payments to be made to universities.
NOTE: All shortlisted candidates will be required to write a competency test.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
BRANCH: UNIVERSITY EDUCATION
DIRECTORATE: ACADEMIC PLANNING, MONITORING AND EVALUATION
POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: ENROLMENT PLANNING (REF NO: DHET 09/05/2022)
SALARY: R882 042 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 12)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma in Statistics, Mathematics or Data
Management. A postgraduate qualification in the specializations will be an advantage. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10)
years of experience in the post-school education and training sector with experience with at least three (3) to five (5)
years at the Junior Management level. Extensive experience in monitoring and evaluation in the public higher education
sector; enrolment planning processes and compiling and analysing institutional profiles. Extensive knowledge of the
Programme Qualification Mix and an understanding of academic planning in public higher education institutions.
Knowledge and understanding of all the relevant policies and legislation about the higher education sector; knowledge
of government priorities and objectives specifically relating to the Medium-Term Strategic Framework of the Minister of
Higher Education, Science and Innovation and the National Development Plan; Knowledge of the Higher Education
Information Management System (HEMIS). High proficiency in Microsoft programmes, specifically MS Excel, MS
Office, and MS PowerPoint; Analytical and problem-solving skills; Ability to work in a team; Excellent presentation skills;
Ability to communicate; High level of both verbal and written communication; Good interpersonal skills and ability to
liaise with internal and external stakeholders; Ability to work independently without direct supervision as well as in a
team; Ability to work under pressure
DUTIES: The scope of the work of the successful candidate will include, but not limited to: consolidating, analysing and
monitoring the enrolment plans of the public higher education institutions (public HEIs); develop the Ministerial
statement on the national enrolment plan and the Ministerial statement of the mid-term review on enrolment planning;
develop annually a report on the achievement of the Ministerial enrolment planning targets; engage with executive
management representatives on issues relating to enrolment planning; advise public higher education institutions on
issues pertaining to enrolment planning; develop and maintain institutional profiles for each of the public Higher
Education Institutions (HEIs) and apply these analyses in monitoring and evaluation of trends and future projected
growth in line with systemic priorities and available funding; assist in academic programme applications processes by
providing input and output targets per institution, enrolment projections in line with the public HEIs space capacity and
performance; assess business plans submitted by public HEIs in line with national development needs, targets and
expansion of the university sector; compile submissions, reports, parliamentary question responses, briefing notes and
speaking notes; and carry out any other relevant task as delegated by Management.
NOTE: All shortlisted candidates will be required to write a competency test.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
CHIEF DIRECTORATE: INDLELA
DIRECTORATE: ARTISAN DEVELOPMENT
POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: ARTISAN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (REF NO: DHET10/05/2022)
DURATION: THREE (3) YEARS CONTRACT
SALARY: R882 042 per annum (All-inclusive Remunerative Package) (Level 12)
CENTRE: Olifantsfontein
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma (NQF Level 7) in Public/Business
Administration or equivalent qualification. A postgraduate qualification in research studies would be an added
advantage. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years of experience in an Artisan, Research and Development system
with at least three (3) to five (5) years at the Junior Management level. Understanding of the artisan development
system. Five years of administrative and management work experience. Knowledge of the Skills Development Act,

  1. Skills Development Levies Act (SDLA). Treasury Regulation, National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS),
    Skills Accord and Artisan Training and Development Regulation. Knowledge of Public Finance Management Act, 1999
    (PFMA). Knowledge of Departmental Regulations and Policies. Good management and leadership skills.
    Communication, presentation, planning and organizing skills. Good administration and report writing skills. Office
    Management skills. Change management skills. Basic research skills. Good Computer literacy. A valid driver’s license.
    DUTIES: These will include developing, implementing, and maintaining artisan development research in line with the
    National Artisan Development Strategy, National Acts, Regulations and Policies.
    Establish the artisan development advisory committee to advise the DHET on
    relevant artisan research to undertake. Coordinate artisan research in
    conjunction and in partnership with other artisan stakeholders inclusive of establishing partnerships with research
    institutions to carry out approved artisan research topics. Develop and implement required templates and documents,
    and maintain records related to assigned projects. Create and maintain files and
    spreadsheets to track activities. Communicate progress towards planned
    timelines. Prepare progress reports. Develop, implement and maintain
    benchmarking mechanisms for the artisan development system. Plan and
    implement advisory committee meetings inclusive of budgets, travel
    arrangements, meeting schedules and meetings. Take accurate minutes of the
    advisory committee meetings and ensure they are distributed timeously. Prepare
    meetings packs for advisory committee meetings and ensure they are distributed
    one week before each meeting. Maintain up to date records of advisory committee
    meetings and agreements. Coordination of ad-hoc projects.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
    CHIEF DIRECTORATE: INDLELA
    DIRECTORATE: ARTISAN DEVELOPMENT
    POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: ARTISAN DEVELOPMENT STEERING COMMITTEES (REF NO: DHET 11/05/2022)
    DURATION: THREE (3) YEARS CONTRACT
    SALARY: R882 042 per annum (All-inclusive Remunerative Package) (Level 12)
    CENTRE: Olifantsfontein
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma (NQF Level 7) in Public/Business
    Administration or equivalent qualification. A postgraduate qualification in research studies would be an added
    advantage. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years of experience in Skills Development processes in a particular artisan
    development with at least three (3) to five (5) years at the Junior Management level. Knowledge and experience of
    administrative and management work. Knowledge of Provincial Skills Development processes in a particular artisan
    development would be an added advantage. A minimum of three (3) of years administrative and management work
    experience. Knowledge of the Skills Development Act, 1998. Skills Development Levies Act (SDLA). Treasury
    Regulation, National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS), Skills Accord and Artisan Training and Development
    Regulation. Knowledge of Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (PFMA). Business workflow processes knowledge.
    Familiarity with the artisan development environment and strategy. Good management and leadership skills.
    Communication, presentation, planning and organizing skills. Good administration and report writing skills. Good
    interpersonal relations. Time management skills. Problem-solving skills. Good Computer literacy. A valid driver’s
    licence is essential.
    DUTIES: This will include developing, implementing, and maintaining a Memorandum of Association with TVET
    Colleges for the implementation of National Artisan Development Objectives. Arrange and attend quarterly meetings
    with provincial artisan development steering committees (consisting of public TVET colleges, Office of the Premier
    and/or Provincial Human Resources Development Council). Take accurate minutes of the steering committee meetings
    and to ensure they ensure they are distributed timeously. Prepare meetings packs for steering committee meetings
    and ensure they are distributed one week before each meeting. Maintain up to date records of PASC meetings and
    agreements. Arranging and coordinating the PADSC annual multi-steering workshop. Assist Provincial Artisan
    Development Steering Committees in developing a provincial artisan development strategy aligned to National Artisan
    Development objectives. Develop, implement, and maintain a database of TVET College engineering and civil students
    for apprenticeship progression tracking. Assist in planning and execution of PADSC provincial conferences.
    Coordination of ad-hoc projects.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
    DIRECTORATE: ARTISAN DEVELOPMENT
    POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT AND STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT (REF NO:
    DHET 12/05/2022)
    DURATION: THREE (3) YEARS CONTRACT
    SALARY: R882 042 per annum (All-inclusive Remunerative Package) (Level 12)
    CENTRE: Olifantsfontein
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma (NQF Level 7) in Public/Business
    Administration or equivalent qualification. Basic knowledge of research principles. A postgraduate qualification in
    research studies would be an added advantage. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years of experience in the artisan
    development system. At least three (3) to five (5) years at the Junior Management level. Five (5) years of administrative
    and management work experience. Understanding of the artisan development system. More experience would be an
    advantage. Knowledge of the Skills Development Act, 1998. Skills Development Levies Act (SDLA). Treasury
    Regulation, National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS), Skills Accord and Artisan Training and Development
    Regulation. Knowledge of Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (PFMA). Knowledge of Departmental Regulations
    and Policies. Good management and leadership skills. Communication, presentation, planning and organising skills.
    Good administration and report writing skills. Office Management skills. Change management skills. Basic research
    skills. Good Computer literacy. A valid driver’s licence is essential.
    DUTIES: The duties will include establishing, implementing, maintaining, managing, and chairing relevant and existing
    stakeholder forums as required. These will include National and Provincial. Develop and implement a national artisan
    development strategy in collaboration with Stakeholder forums. Develop and implement national artisan development
    conferences every two years and ensure that a National Artisan Conference is held every second year. Develop,
    implement, and continuously maintain a knowledge management system inclusive of a website, research outcome and
    library for National Artisan Development. Apply good governance and HR management principles. Ensure adherence
    to departmental and government-wide policies and regulations by self and staff.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
    DIRECTORATE: IMPLEMENTATION OVERSIGHT
    POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: MONITORING AND EVALUATION CLUSTER 5 (REF NO: DHET14/05/2022)
    SALARY: R 882 042 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 12)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced national diploma (NQF Level 7) in Public
    Management/Administration or an equivalent qualification. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years’ work experience in
    monitoring and evaluation, strategic planning, and corporate governance with at least three to five (5) years at the
    Junior Management level in education, training, and development/ skills development environment. Knowledge of Skills
    Development of Policy, Monitoring and Evaluation, Education and Education, Training and Quality Assurance.
    Knowledge of the following legislations: PFMA, SDA, SDLA, Treasury regulation, NSDS, Skills Accord, EEA, BCEA,
    NQF ACT, Batho Pele Principles, Public Service Act, MTA, and Artisan regulations. Knowledge of Departmental policies
    and procedures, public service processes and procedures, Client/customer services and Financial Management.
    Computer literacy; MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint, magic systems, including presentation skills. Planning and facilitation
    skills. Project management. Business writing skills, Mentoring, and coaching. Quality performance and people
    management. Statistic development, analytical skills, and report writing. Good communication skills and stakeholder
    management skills. A valid driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: The candidate will be responsible for monitoring and evaluating SETA performance focusing on strategic
    planning, SETA Governance, Financial Management, and reporting programme performance. Facilitate and manage
    SETA performance to achieve the NSDS goals and objectives. Develop and review a monitoring and evaluation policy
    framework on the performance of SETAs through Service Level Agreements (SLA) and other performance
    management frameworks. Ensure desktop verification and validation of SETA performance information against the
    SLA, strategic plan and Annual Performance Plan (APP) predetermined objectives is conducted and monitor
    performance outcomes against predetermined objectives. Design the implementation action plan to ensure the
    achievement of outputs in performance agreements. Manage the development and approval processes of SETA
    Constitutions, Service Level Agreements, Strategic Plans, and other legislative requirements. Continuously research
    and benchmark best practices to review oversight policy agenda/ M&E framework for the SETAs. Manage SETA
    Corporate governance by ensuring compliance will all corporate governance principles as provided by SETA’s good
    corporate governance charter and king iv good corporate governance report. Research and investigate
    queries/complaints against SETAs as required by the Minister, Director-General, National Skills Authority and other
    relevant stakeholders and ensure amicable and timely resolution of such to prevent litigation risks against the
    department. Manage SETA Strategic planning processes by facilitating engagement with SETAs about the outcomes
    and priorities of the department and set of targets. Facilitate and manage collaboration between SETAs, SAQA, QCTO
    and other departments. Provide support to SETAs in terms of implementation of learning programmes. Manage skills
    development enquiries from the public and presidential queries. Provide support and build the capacity of all SETAs
    for learning programmes implementation. Analyse and recommend approval of SETAs’ Strategic Plans, Annual
    Performance Plans and Service Level Agreement.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
    DIRECTORATE: IMPLEMENTATION OVERSIGHT
    POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: MONITORING AND EVALUATION CLUSTER 4 (REF NO: DHET15/05/2022)
    SALARY: R 882 042 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 12)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced national diploma (NQF Level 7) in Public
    Management/Administration or an equivalent qualification. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years’ work experience in
    monitoring and evaluation, strategic planning, and corporate governance with at least three to five (5) years in Junior
    Management level in education, training, and development/ skills development environment. Knowledge of Skills
    Development of Policy, Monitoring and Evaluation, Education and Education, Training and Quality Assurance.
    Knowledge of the following legislations: PFMA, SDA, SDLA, Treasury regulation, NSDS, Skills Accord, EEA, BCEA,
    NQF ACT, Batho Pele Principles, Public Service Act, MTA, and Artisan regulations. Knowledge of Departmental policies
    and procedures, public service processes and procedures, Client/customer services and Financial Management.
    Computer literacy; MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint, magic systems, including presentation skills. Planning and facilitation
    skills. Project management. Business writing skills, Mentoring, and coaching. Quality performance and people
    management. Statistic development, analytical skills, and report writing. Good communication skills and stakeholder
    management skills. A valid driver’s licence is essential.
    DUTIES: The candidate will be responsible for monitoring and evaluating SETA performance focusing on strategic
    planning, SETA Governance, Financial Management, and reporting programme performance. Facilitate and manage
    SETA performance to achieve the NSDS goals and objectives. Develop and review a monitoring and evaluation policy
    framework on the performance of SETAs through Service Level Agreements (SLA) and other performance
    management frameworks. Ensure desktop verification and validation of SETA performance information against the
    SLA, strategic plan and Annual Performance Plan (APP) predetermined objectives is conducted and monitor
    performance outcomes against predetermined objectives. Design the implementation action plan to ensure the
    achievement of outputs in performance agreements. Manage the development and approval processes of SETA
    Constitutions, Service Level Agreements, Strategic Plans, and other legislative requirements. Continuously research
    and benchmark best practices to review oversight policy agenda/ M&E framework for the SETAs. Manage SETA
    Corporate governance by ensuring compliance will all corporate governance principles as provided by SETA’s good
    corporate governance charter and king iv good corporate governance report. Research and investigate
    queries/complaints against SETAs as required by the Minister, Director-General, National Skills Authority and other
    relevant stakeholders and ensure amicable and timely resolution of such to prevent litigation risks against the
    department. Manage SETA Strategic planning processes by facilitating engagement with SETAs about the outcomes
    and priorities of the department and set of targets. Facilitate and manage collaboration between SETAs, SAQA, QCTO
    and other departments. Provide support to SETAs in terms of implementation of learning programmes. Manage skills
    development enquiries from the public and presidential queries. Provide support and build the capacity of all SETAs
    for learning programmes implementation. Analyse and recommend approval of SETAs’ Strategic Plans, Annual
    Performance Plans and Service Level Agreement.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
    DIRECTORATE: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT AND OPERATIONS
    POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICE MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT (REF NO:
    DHET16/05/2022)
    SALARY: R744 255 per annum (All-Inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 11)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma in Information Communication and
    Technology (ICT) (NQF Level 7) or equivalent qualification. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years’ managerial
    experience in the ICT environment in the Public Service including five (5) years’ experience managing ICT Infrastructure
    Service Delivery with at least five (5) years’ experience at the Junior Management level. Experience in operations
    management practices related to service delivery modes and models, business process management, standard
    operating procedures, service standards, and service charters. Knowledge of Customer service management;
    Government Information Management; Business Development; Information Technology Management; ICT Services;
    ITIL and COBIT Frameworks. Skills in Business Development, Customer Advocacy Management (Consultancy),
    Customer Relationship Management Human Capital Management, IT Service Management, Product & Service
    Lifecycle Management, Vendor/Supplier Management. Leadership Competencies in Customer Experience,
    Collaboration, Communicating and Influencing, Honesty, Integrity, and Fairness. Understanding of IT LAN and WAN
    Support, IT Security, and Change Management. Must have effective Strategic thinking, Project and Programme
    Management, and Team Leadership. Good communication skills (written and verbal). Customer Care, analytical
    thinking, research, report writing, managing interpersonal conflict, and problem-solving skills. Knowledge of Public
    Service ICT Regulatory prescripts – Labour Relations Act, 1995, State Information Technology Agency (SITA)
    Act/Regulations, Public Financial Management Act of 1999, Public Service ICT policies, norms, standards, frameworks,
    and guidelines. A valid driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: Manage and perform supervisory duties daily for the IT Desktop Support Team and ensure procedures and
    processes are adhered to. Ensure adequate staffing levels are always maintained within the Desktop Support team.
    Ensure targets outlined by the SLA and KPIs are achieved. Ensure jobs assigned to the Desktop support group are
    managed and completed within targets outlined by the SLA. Set procedures and processes in line with standards within
    the IT Desktop environment. To line manage and be responsible for the personal and technical development of the
    Desktop Support Team, including appraisals and training plans. Quality checking and auditing of work carried out by
    the Desktop Support team. To propose, document, and implement changes to policies or procedures in line with
    technological advancements. Assist in the development, maintenance, implementation, and changes to the SLAs. Act
    as a primary point of contact for escalation from a Desktop Support level in times of major system outages, supplier
    issues, and conflict resolution with customers. Monitor and identify any trends or irregular activities on jobs logged with
    the Desktop Support group that could relate to potential IT issues. Ensure that all requests from customers for
    assistance are handled promptly and effectively, and if necessary, escalated to the appropriate level. To assist in the
    technical development and enhancement of customer support systems and Desktop functionality. Install, configure,
    maintain, and upgrade desktop hardware and software applications. Assist Users in the choice of appropriate hardware
    and software – desktops, laptops, PDAs, scanners, printers. Direct, plan, organise and manage operations for stability,
    availability, and integrity of the organization’s IT LAN Support. Manage the delivery of critical support services for dayto-day IT operation, data communications, and telecommunications according to the required time frames. Provide
    regular reports. Develop solutions to technical challenges. Serves as project manager and provides advanced technical
    guidance to customers and staff; Supports continual improvement in the delivery of customer services and departmental
    performance. Guide on ICT Procurement in the Department, Ensure conformance to LAN policies, procedures, and
    standards and training for users on LAN operation.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
    DIRECTORATE: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT
    DEPUTY DIRECTOR: HR PLANNING, EMPLOYMENT EQUITY, HR POLICIES AND STRATEGY (REF NO.
    DHET17/05/2022
    SALARY: R744 255 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (MMS Level 11)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: A recognised bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma (NQF 7) equivalent in Human Resource
    Management/Industrial and Organisational Psychology or related qualification. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years’
    experience in HR Planning, HR strategy, HR Policy, and Employment Equity/Transformation programmes within a
    Human Resource environment with at least three (3) years at the Junior Management level. Knowledge and
    understanding of the Public Service Act (PSA), Public Service Regulations (PSR), Employment Equity Act (EEA), Public
    Finance Management Act (PFMA), Departmental policies and procedures and/or government relevant legislative
    frameworks. Experience in the development, review and implementation of HR plans, EE plan, HR policies, HR
    strategy, Diversity Management and Transformation programmes. Ability to work independently and in a team. Good
    administrative, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills. Basic research or benchmarking skills. Client-oriented, able
    to work under pressure and able to cope with a high workload. Good communication (written, verbal and liaising) skills.
    Computer literacy in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook). PERSAL certificates will be added advantage.
    Ability to work long hours when required. Willingness to travel. A valid driver’s licence
    DUTIES: Manage the development, implementation, and monitoring of the Human Resource Plan in the Department.
    Manage the development, implementation, and monitoring of the Employment Equity in the Department. Manage the
    development, reviewing, implementation and monitoring of HR policies in the Department. Facilitate the development,
    reviewing, implementation and monitoring of Delegations of Authority in the Department. Facilitate and implement HR
    and EE reporting in compliance with DPSA and DOL regulations. Manage the development, implementation, and
    monitoring of HR Strategy in the Department. Facilitate and coordinate the implementation of Diversity Management
    and Transformation programmes.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
    DIRECTORATE: HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
    POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: HRD TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT (REF NO: DHET18/05/2022)
    SALARY: R744 255 per annum (All-Inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 11)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma (NQF 7) in Human Resource and
    Development and/or Social Sciences or equivalent. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years’ experience in the
    management of development and training programmes, implementation of Work Skills Plan, Management of and
    implementation of Departmental Bursary Scheme and Youth Development programme/s with at least three (3) years
    of functional experience at the Junior Management level in Training and Development. Experience in internships,
    leadership, and experiential learning programmes. Knowledge of policy development and implementation, practical
    experience, and knowledge of all skills development programmes. Knowledge of government legislative frameworks
    governed by the Skills Development Act and/or other related policies and procedures. Ability to interpret human
    resource legislation and policies. Practical experience and knowledge of all skills development programmes, and
    project management. Skills Development and Facilitation. Good communication skills (writing and verbal). Analytical
    thinking, research skills, good interpersonal relations, and reporting writing. Planning and organising, presentation and
    facilitation skills. Problem-solving skills. Computer latency. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: Manage the development and implementation of the Workplace Skills Plan (WSP). Develop policies,
    strategies and plans to manage all the training and development programmes. Manage the implementation of the
    departmental bursary scheme, manage the implementation of the youth developmental programme/s, and manage the
    implementation of the Recognition of Improved qualification (RIQ). Manage the development and submission of all
    compliance reports to the internal and external stakeholders. Management of the implementation of the compulsory
    and departmental orientation. Manage the Internships, leadership and experiential learning programmes. Manage and
    facilitate the development and submission of compliance reports to the internal and external stakeholders. Manage the
    implementation of the Compulsory and departmental induction. Ensure the management and development of the
    operational plan.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
    DIRECTORATE: HUMAN RESOURCE RECORDS MANAGEMENT
    POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR (REF NO: DHET19/05/2022)
    SALARY: R744 255 per annum (All-Inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 11)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    (This post is being re-advertised and candidates who had previously applied may re-apply)
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/Advanced Diploma (NQF Level 7) in Records
    Management/Archives, Public Management, or equivalent qualification. A relevant post-graduate qualification will be
    an added advantage. A minimum of five (5) to (10) years of relevant work experience in a Human Resource Records
    Management environment with at least three (3) to five (5) years ‘experience at the Junior Management level.
    Knowledge and understanding of the Records Management/ Archiving Services. Theoretical knowledge of Data
    Protection and Freedom of Information Legislation. Knowledge of electronic Record Management and digital
    preservation issues. Knowledge of public service legislation and regulations is essential. Communication Skills,
    excellent planning and organising skills; ability to work collaboratively with a range of Stakeholders. Experience in
    people’s management and client-oriented focus. An ability to develop, support and monitor the implementation of
    policies and the ability to work in a team environment, good project management and computer skills. Willingness to
    work irregular hours. Computer literacy (MS Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel, MS Excess and MS Outlook). A valid
    driver’s license and willingness to travel.
    DUTIES: The successful candidate will be responsible for the following duties: Establish and maintain Human Resource
    records for Head Office; Ensure the management of HR Records Management and Registry Services and production
    services; Ensure the rending of the effective, efficient records and archiving services; Monitor the smooth running of
    paper-based and electronic record system; Ensure compliance of Departmental file plan and policies; Maintain the
    departmental records according to relevant prescripts and ensure disposal; Ensure the management of the daily duties
    at registry which include among other things; opening and closing of files; Manage the record of all remittance and
    registered mail in the respective registers; Manage the distribution of internal correspondence to other institutions;
    Establish and maintain HR records for TVET and CET Colleges; Facilitate records management records management
    workshops; Drafting of circulars to provide awareness on the importance of filling and guide the staff to ensure
    compliance on the usage of the General Registry. Ensure proper records management and documents tracking;
    Monthly reporting requirements and provide analysis of records manually and electronically; Maintain safety and
    confidentiality of documents; ensure that all documents are well kept and access is strictly for relevant personnel;
    Ensure that incoming and outgoing files are recorded; Supervision of staff and manage their performance and
    development; Capacitate line functions staff to gain shared access to the database (read-only status); Retrieve
    documents when required and coordinate the movement of documents and files.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: OFFICE OF THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
    DIRECTORATE: FINANCIAL SERVICES
    POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: BAS AND FINANCIAL REPORTING (REF NO: DHET 20/05/2022)
    SALARY: R744 255 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 11)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/ advanced diploma (NQF level 7) in Financial Management or
    equivalent qualification. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years of experience in the financial management field with at
    least three (3) to five (5) years’ experience at the Junior Management level. Knowledge and understanding of financial
    policies and prescripts, Knowledge and understanding of the financial systems and financial matters. knowledge and
    understanding of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and Treasury Regulations, extensive knowledge of the
    BAS system and financial statements, client-oriented and the ability to interact with stakeholders in the higher education
    sector having good interpersonal skills, programme and project management skills, conflict resolution and negotiation
    skills, proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Advanced Excel, and PowerPoint) and Adobe Acrobat’, excellent
    verbal and written communication skills, numerical, analytical and problem-solving skills, research, report-writing and
    presentation skills, ability to work independently, ability to work under pressure, people management, ability to mentor
    and empower subordinates. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: Manage the Basic Accounting System as the BAS system controller of the Department of Higher Education
    and Training, the former Department of Education, and the National Skills Fund. To compile the interim and annual
    financial statements for the Department. Manage and compile the interim and annual financial statements which include
    the interim statement of financial performance, the interim statement of financial position, the interim statement of net
    assets, the interim cash flow statement, the notes to the interim financial statement, the disclosure notes to the interim
    financial statements and the annexure to the interim financial statements and the annual statement of financial
    performance, the annual statement of financial position, the annual statement of net assets, the annual cash flow
    statement, the notes to the annual financial statements, the disclosure notes to the annual financial statements and the
    annexure to the annual financial statements together with working papers that need to be prepared for these
    statements. Manage the BAS system of the Department and the National Skills Fund. Maintaining BAS code structures,
    security profiles and the regular communication of updates to staff in the Department. Provide training on BAS and
    financial statement related matters to Departmental staff when needed. Manage and submit monthly reports on 30 days
    payments to National Treasury on due dates.
    NOTE: All shortlisted candidates will be required to write a competency test.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
    DIRECTORATE: SECURITY MANAGEMENT
    POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: PHYSICAL SECURITY (REF NO: DHET21/05/2022)
    SALARY: R744 255 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 11)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma (NQF level 7) in security management or
    equivalent qualification. Grade A PSIRA certificate registered with PSIRA. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years of
    experience in security management with at least three (3) to five (5) years of experience at the Junior Management
    level. Knowledge and understanding of applicable legislative frameworks, including the Public Finance Management
    Act (PFMA), Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), Minimum Information Security Standard (MISS) and
    Minimum Physical Security Standard (MPSS). Security coordination of Departmental events as well as the development
    of security policy and Security procedures. Security Management course with State Security Agency as a requirement
    and SAMTRAC will be an added advantage. Skills and competencies: Communication (written and verbal) skills, Ability
    to function independently and work extended hours when necessary. A valid driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: Manage all Physical security functions of the component. Implementation of security policy and other securityrelated procedures. Ensure compliance with MPSS and MISS documents. Manage physical security aspects of the
    Department. Conduct preliminary investigations on security breaches and reports. Liaise regularly with the external
    stakeholders for security advice (i.e., SAPS and SSA,) Conduct Threat Risk Assessments on buildings and personnel.
    Conduct and implement contingency planning within the Department. Coordinate Departmental events.
    ENQUIRIES: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
    COMPONENT: MPUMALANGA/NORTHWEST REGIONAL OFFICE
    POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES (REF NO: DHET22/05/2022)
    SALARY: R744 255 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 11)
    CENTRE: Standerton
    (This post is being re-advertised and candidates who had previously applied may re-apply)
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma (NQF Level 7) in Public Management, Human
    Resources Management or Social Sciences. A relevant postgraduate qualification will be an added advantage. A
    minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years of relevant work experience in corporate services with at least three (3) to five (5)
    years’ experience at the Junior Management level. An understanding of the Department of Higher Education and
    Training’s strategic vision and priorities. Knowledge of Public Service Act, Employment of Educators Act, Labour
    Relations Act and Public Financial Management Act. Knowledge of policies and legislation governing education and
    training as well as the Public Service and Employment Services in South Africa. Experience in managing people and
    projects with the ability to plan strategically. An ability to develop, support and monitor the implementation of policies
    and the ability to work in a team environment. Good project management and computer skills. Willingness to work
    irregular hours and travel extensively. Computer literacy (MS Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel, MS Excess and MS
    Outlook). Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: Provide Strategic Leadership in the areas of Human Resources, Facilities Management, Records
    Management and Governance. Also accountable for the effective delivery of services in each of these areas.
    Coordinates and drives the preparation for the annual reviews of the Regional Strategic Plan. Encourage and builds an
    organizational climate conducive to optimal performance through implementing change management. Manages the
    entire human resource management function. Oversee the maintenance of labour peace, ensure staff commitment and
    productivity; manage the collective bargaining chambers processes and administration; Development and
    implementation of best practice policies, procedures, and internal control systems to ensure effective corporate
    governance. Oversee the proper and effective management of the Regional Office assets and facilities. Ensure the
    provision of appropriate and cost-effective services. Responsible for IT and information management solutions to meet
    the specific needs of the College. Responsible for communication and marketing for the regional office.
    ENQUIRIES: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: OFFICE OF THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICE
    DIRECTORATE: DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT
    POST: Deputy Director: Development Support (REF NO: DHET23/05/2022)
    SALARY: R744 255 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 11)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma (NQF level 7) in Public/Business
    Administration or equivalent qualification. A relevant post-graduate qualification will be an added advantage. A
    minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years of experience and appropriate skills to provide support to projects in the postschool
    sector with at least three (3) to five (5) years’ experience at the Junior Management level. Knowledge of financial
    management and project management. Good communication skills (excellent verbal and writing skills). The prospective
    candidate should be pro-active, effective, confident, and able to provide leadership and work in a diverse team.
    Applicants must have a recognised three-year tertiary qualification, backed by eight years’ experience in education and
    training management. Competency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint is a prerequisite. A valid driver’s
    licence.
    DUTIES: The successful candidate will primarily be required to: Assist in the coordination and management of grants
    and projects funded by local and international donors. Facilitate the development and implementation of projects for
    the post-school sector at a national level. Provide support to project managers’ branches in the development of
    proposals and implementation of projects. Ensure the monitoring and evaluation of projects. Provide administrative
    support to grants and other donor-funded project committees. Develop and maintain the database on various projects.
    The mandate of the Directorate of Development Support is to render support to the Department through coordination,
    implementation and support to projects funded by grants and donors at the national level. This mandate includes
    managing, coordinating, supporting, planning, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating such projects. This Directorate
    further coordinates interventions requiring budgetary support (grants local and international donor funds) for
    consideration by the Department in support of ministerial priorities.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
    DIRECTORATE: GRIEVANCE, DISPUTES AND MISCONDUCT MANAGEMENT
    DEPUTY DIRECTOR: MISCONDUCT (REF NO. DHET24/05/2022
    SALARY: R 744 255 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (MMS Level 11)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma (NQF Level 7) in Labour Relations
    Management/Human Resource Management. A postgraduate qualification will be an added advantage. A minimum of
    five (5) to ten (10) years of functional experience doing Employment Relations Management Services with at least three
    years (3) to five (5) years’ experience at the Junior Management level. Sound Knowledge and understanding of Public
    Service Act and Regulations. Good understanding and knowledge of Labour Laws (LRA, BCEA, EEA and other labourrelated legislation) and Ethics issues. Knowledge of Public Service Commission’s rules for dealing with complaints and
    grievances, Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council and General Public Service Sectoral Bargaining Council’s
    Resolutions, ELRC Resolutions. Understanding of the departmental policies and procedures, interpretation of case law
    and trends in Labour Law. Knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and Treasury Regulations. Ability
    to work independently and able to liaise with stakeholders at different levels. Possess negotiation, research, and
    analytical skills. Planning and organising skills. Communication (written and verbal skills). Willingness to travel
    extensively and work long hours. A valid driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: The candidate will be responsible for coordinating and overseeing the finalization of all misconduct cases
    within 90 days in the TVET /CET Colleges, Regional Offices and Head Office. Analyse trends on all misconduct cases,
    and precautionary suspensions registered in the Department and provide quarterly reports to management, PSC (Office
    of the Public Service Commission) and DPSA (FOSAD). Develop and maintain a database on misconduct cases, and
    or precautionary suspensions. Represent the Department in all disputes at CCMA, GPSSBC, ELRC and PSCBC.
    Coordinate and conduct investigations as required. Liaise and maintain relations with internal/external stakeholders
    including other government departments. Establish and maintain good relations with directorates/colleges/ regions with
    an emphasis on promoting strategic partnership given promoting sound employee /employer relations. Facilitate
    information sessions/ workshops to create awareness and enhance understanding of employee relations policy and
    procedure. Develop, review, and facilitate the implementation of labour relations policies and procedures. Interpret
    changes in employee relations policies and directives from the DPSA for management and employees. Provide expert
    labour relations advice to supervisors/ managers and employees. Review and develop labour relations policies
    /protocols and or circulars. Perform other duties, including administrative related to the job for the effective performance
    of the Unit. Develop, implement, and maintain processes to ensure proper control of work, compile, and submit required
    administrative reports. Risk management and provide progress. Monitor internal controls and provide continuous
    progress. Provide functional advice and technical guidance to employees and management
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
    DIRECTORATE: GRIEVANCE, DISPUTES AND MISCONDUCT MANAGEMENT
    DEPUTY DIRECTOR: GRIEVANCE AND DISPUTES (REF NO. DHET25/05/2022
    SALARY: R744 255 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (MMS Level 11)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma (NQF Level 7) Degree in Labour Relations
    Management/Human Resource Management. A postgraduate qualification will be an added advantage. A minimum of
    five (5) to ten (10) years of functional experience doing Employment Relations Management Services with at least three
    years (3) to five (5) years’ experience at the Junior Management level. Sound Knowledge and understanding of Public
    Service Act and Regulations. Good understanding and knowledge of Labour Laws (LRA, BCEA, EEA and other labourrelated legislation) and Ethics issues. Knowledge of Public Service Commission’s rules for dealing with complaints and
    grievances, Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council and General Public Service Sectoral Bargaining Council’s
    Resolutions, ELRC Resolutions. Understanding of the departmental policies and procedures, interpretation of case law
    and trends in Labour Law. Knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and Treasury Regulations. Ability
    to work independently and able to liaise with stakeholders at different levels. Possess negotiation, research, and
    analytical skills. Planning and organising skills. Communication (written and verbal skills). Willingness to travel
    extensively and work long hours. A valid driver’s licence is essential.
    DUTIES: The candidate will be responsible for coordinating all grievances and complaints received from employees in
    the Department. Conduct and analyse all grievances, appeals and complaints received from employees throughout the
    country and provide trend analysis quarterly reports to management, Office of the Public Service Commission (PSC)
    and Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) and Forum of South African Director-General (FOSAD).
    Develop and maintain data/reports on grievances and appeals cases. Represent the Department on all disputes at
    CCMA, GPSSBC, ELRC AND PSCBC. Coordinate and attend to investigations as required. Liaise and maintain
    relations with internal and external stakeholders including other government departments. Establish and maintain good
    relations with directorates/colleges/regions to promote strategic partnerships in view to promoting sound
    employee/employer relations. Facilitate implementation sessions/workshops to create awareness and enhance
    understanding of employee relations policies and procedures. Interpret changes in employee relations policies.
    Develop, review, and facilitate the implementation of employees. Provide expert employee relations advice to
    supervisors/managers and employees.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: PLANNING, POLICY, AND STRATEGY
    DIRECTORATE: MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
    POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: DATA ANALYST (REF NO: DHET26/05/2022
    SALARY: R744 255 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 11)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national bachelor’s diploma (NQF Level7) in Statistics
    /Information Management/Economics. This must be backed by a minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years of experience
    working with large datasets and writing statistical reports with at least three (3) to five (5) years’ experience at the Junior
    Management level. Knowledge and experience in using at least one statistical package (e.g., STATA/SAS) to analyse
    large datasets, data mining, report writing and the ability to present complex information understandably. The candidate
    must understand the statistical value chain, and have advanced data analysis, report writing, problem-solving, project
    management and analytical skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills, proficiency in MS Word, Excel,
    Access and PowerPoint, presentation skills and ability to write submissions and memos are required for this position.
    A valid driver’s licence is essential.
    DUTIES: The successful candidate will be reporting to the Director: Management Information System and be
    responsible for the management of the Sub-Directorate: Information Management and Reporting. The candidate will
    be required to process, analyse, store, retrieve and disseminate data and information relating to the Post-School
    Education and Training sector (i.e. private and Public Higher Education Institutions, Technical and Vocational Education
    and Training colleges, Community Education and Training colleges, private colleges and Sector Education and Training
    Authorities); quality assure all acquired data; develop and implement information standards; support branches on the
    implementation of Management Information Systems; respond to international data requests; supervise and mentor
    staff in the Sub-Directorate, and provide support to the Directorate when required.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: PLANNING, POLICY, AND STRATEGY
    DIRECTORATE: MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
    POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (REF NO: DHET27/05/2022)
    SALARY: R744 255 per annum (All-inclusive Remuneration Package) (Level 11)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 7) in Public Management/Business
    Administration or equivalent qualification in policy/standards development. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years of
    working experience in the development of policies, standards, guidelines, project management and report writing are
    required with at least three (3) to five (5) years’ experience at the Junior Management level. Advanced knowledge of
    the Post-School Education and Training (PSET) sector, legislations relevant to PSET, policies and standards
    development processes are required. Ability to write submissions, memos, minutes of meetings and produce quality
    reports; ability to develop standards and policies; advanced report writing, project management; problem-solving;
    written and oral communication; presentation skills as well as proficiency in Ms Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.
    Data analysis experience will be an added advantage. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: The successful candidate will be reporting to the Director: Management Information System and be
    responsible for the management of the Sub-Directorate: Information Policy Implementation. The responsibilities include
    management and monitoring implementation of the PSET Information Policy and the review of the policy when required,
    providing secretarial support, and managing forums and committees of the Directorate. Develop, review and monitor
    implementation of information standards such as the Dictionary of Terms and Concepts for PSET; Data Quality
    Assurance standard, Master List Standard, Data Dissemination Standard etc. and any required standards to be
    developed. Develop a Memorandum of Understanding and Standard Operating Procedures as required. Manage
    projects undertaken by the Directorate. Supervise and mentor staff in the Sub-Directorate and provide support to the
    Directorate as required.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: PLANNING, POLICY, AND STRATEGY
    DIRECTORATE: POLICY, RESEARCH AND EVALUATION
    POST: DEPUTY DIRECTOR: POLICY AND EVALUATION REF NO: DHET13/05/2022)
    SALARY: R744 255 per annum (All-inclusive Remunerative Package) (Level 11)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma (NQF Level 7) in Policy Development or
    relevant qualification in Social Sciences. A postgraduate qualification in Education or a relevant Social Science
    qualification will be an added advantage. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years of experience in policy development,
    policy analysis and managing evaluations writing evaluation reports in areas of post-school education and training with
    at least three (3) to five (5) years at the Junior Management level. High-level communication skills (writing and verbal).
    Advanced level of computer literacy (MS Office, Excel, and PowerPoint. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: Provide policy development support in the Department; facilitate and support the use of Socio-Economic
    Impact Assessment (SEIAS) tools in the Department and serve as the Department’s link with the Department of
    Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation; manage and support evaluations in the Department; develop guides, standards,
    tools and templates to support policy and evaluation development and implementation in the Department; facilitate
    capacity building on policy and evaluation in the Department; undertake any other activities to promote and support
    policy development and evaluation; make oral presentations at seminars, workshops and conferences; work
    independently as well as part of a team, especially across departmental units and perform any other reasonable task
    assigned by the Director.
    NOTE: Short-listed candidates will be required to undergo a competency assessment as well as provide written
    evidence of their experience in evaluation, evaluation management and reporting.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
    COMPONENT: LIMPOPO REGIONAL OFFICE
    DIRECTORATE: CET CURRICULUM AND INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT
    POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: MONITORING AND EVALUATION (REF NO: DHET28/05/2022)
    CENTRE: Polokwane
    SALARY: R477 090 per annum (Level 10)
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) or equivalent qualification in
    Education and Training. A postgraduate qualification in Education and Training will be an added advantage. A minimum
    of five (5) years’ work experience in an Education and Training environment with at least three (3) to five (5) years’
    experience at the Supervisory level. Actual work experience of teaching in Community Education and Training (CET)
    will be treated as an added advantage. Knowledge of the Constitution as well as other relevant Acts and Policies.
    Experience in research on the latest developments related to curriculum and support, A good understanding of matrix
    management. Knowledge and understanding of ICT in Education as it relates to curriculum and support. A sound
    understanding of curriculum transformation issues, capacity building, interpretation, analyse and apply current
    legislation and departmental policies, organizational skills, decision-making skills, and proven written and verbal skills.
    Attention to detail and high level of accuracy, effective public relations, and public speaking. Computer literacy with
    specific reference to functional MS Excel, MS Word, MS PowerPoint, and MS Outlook. Willingness to travel and a valid
    driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: Manage, conduct, and coordinate curriculum and support processes in the region. Write reports to go to
    institutions and compile regional reports. Conduct regular on-site visits to CLCs. Identify gaps in evaluated institutions
    and develop intervention strategies to improve teaching and learning support services. Communicate the identified
    curricular gaps in institutions to the CET college. Manage, monitor, evaluate and coordinate curriculum implementation
    and support CLCs. Work collaboratively to improve student performance. Establish systems and structures that allow
    effective management. Assist the deputy director to establish channels of communication with relevant stakeholders.
    Manage information by collecting, analysing, and translating data into knowledge for planning, decision making and
    reporting. Facilitate policy formulation, analysis, and implementation. Provide management and support in line with
    approved Strategic and Annual Performance Plans. Undertake research and development to improve teaching and
    learn support to CET institutions in the region. Ensure proper record-keeping, control and reporting. Conduct student
    enrolment verification. Assist the CET college to conduct unit-level records and annual surveys. Perform any other
    reasonable function assigned by the employer within the job function.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: UNIVERSITY EDUCATION
    DIRECTORATE: UNIVERSITY RESEARCH SUPPORT AND POLICY DEVELOPMENT
    POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: RESEARCH SUPPORT AND POLICY DEVELOPMENT (REF NO:
    DHET29/05/2022)
    SALARY: R477 090 per annum (Level 10)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Public/Business Administration
    or an equivalent qualification. A relevant postgraduate qualification will be an added advantage. A minimum of three
    (3) to five (5) years at the Supervisory level in project management. Good knowledge of the post-school education and
    training system. Knowledge and understanding of policies and regulatory frameworks governing higher education.
    Understanding of key stakeholder bodies in the higher education sector. Knowledge of local and international trends in
    higher education and higher education policy. A dynamic individual with proven project management capabilities.
    Willingness to travel where necessary. Technical proficiency; monitoring and evaluation; problem-solving and analysis;
    report writing, compiling presentations; knowledge and research management; quality management, budgeting, and
    financial management. Ability to function well under pressure. Good computer skills. Excellent communication both in
    writing and verbal including high-level report-writing. Good planning, organizational and management skills. A valid
    driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: Assist with the implementation of the Creative and Innovation Outputs Policy; Assist with the implementation
    of the Research Outputs Policy; Assist with the development and implementation of any other policies within the
    Directorate as required; Keep records of the financial activities of the Directorate; write reports; liaise with the Higher
    Education Sector; Provide general administrative support to the Directorate to ensure efficient delivery on goals and
    targets.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165

  2. BRANCH: UNIVERSITY EDUCATION

  3. DIRECTORATE: UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC PLANNING, MONITORING AND EVALUATION
    POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: ACADEMIC PLANNING, MONITORING AND EVALUATION (REF NO:

  4. DHET30/05/2022)
    SALARY: R477 090 per annum (Level 10)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma (NQF Level 6) in Public/Business
    Administration or equivalent qualification. A relevant postgraduate qualification will be an added advantage. A minimum
    of three (3) to five (5) years at the Supervisory level in the Higher Education and Training sector. Experience and
    knowledge of the higher education sector with specific reference to institutional planning; academic planning and quality
    assurance. Knowledge of the higher education policy environment. Good communication skills, including proposal and
    report writing. Good computer skills: Knowledge of the interface between human resources, infrastructure development,
    finance, enrolment planning, quality and academic qualifications will also be an added advantage. A valid driver’s
    licence.
    DUTIES: The scope of the Assistant Director’s work will include but not be limited to: Facilitate and coordinate the
    administrative and operational processes relating to applications received from universities for academic qualifications
    and programmes; Processing the Programme Qualification Mix (PQM) applications, extended curriculum programme
    applications for inclusion on the PQM database of public Higher Education Institutions (HEI); Maintain the PQM
    applications database and institutional applications progress reports; Liaising with universities and higher education
    stakeholders regarding their PQM applications and developments and their PQM; Monitor each HEI PQM and update
    as and when qualifications are accredited by the Council on Higher Education and registered on the National
    Qualifications Framework; Prepare submissions, documentation, briefing notes and arrange meetings related to the
    PQM processes; Responding timeously to requests for briefing notes and responses to all correspondence, including
    parliamentary questions; and carry out any other relevant task as delegated by Management.
    NOTE: All shortlisted candidates will be required to write a competency test.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165

  5. BRANCH: UNIVERSITY EDUCATION

  6. DIRECTORATE: TEACHER EDUCATION

  7. POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: POST-SCHOOL TEACHER EDUCATION (REF NO: DHET 31/05/2022)

  8. SALARY: R477 090 per annum (Level 10)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced diploma (NQF Level 6) in Education or equivalent
    qualification. A relevant postgraduate qualification will be an added advantage. A minimum of three (3) to five (5) years
    at the Supervisory level in a university-related teacher education environment. Experience in technical and vocational
    education and training (TVET) college lecturer education and development and/or in educator development for the
    adult and community education and training (ACET) environment will be a distinct advantage. A good understanding
    of the historical and emerging technical and vocational education and training (TVET) and the adult community
    education and training (ACET) landscape in South Africa, including policy frameworks that regulate these sectors. Welldeveloped research and information management skills. Good computer skills. High-level computer skills. A valid
    driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: The scope of work of the Assistant Director: Post-School Teacher Education will include, but not be limited to
    Assisting to ensure that a suitable range of quality initial professional, post-professional and postgraduate teacher
    education qualifications are available at universities for the development of technical and vocational education and
    training, and community education and training lecturers; Assist to implement projects and programmes to support and
    strengthen the provision and development of teachers and lecturers for the post-schooling system in line with system
    needs; Assist the Deputy Director in the analysis of data and the development of relevant reports for the TVET and
    ACET sectors; Curate the knowledge management repository for TVET and ACET research, published articles and
    other relevant artefacts, and support the Deputy Director in communication and visibility of the work of the subdirectorate.
    NOTE: All shortlisted candidates will be required to write a competency test.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165

  9. BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING

  10. DIRECTORATE: ASSESSMENT, ITEM DEVELOPMENT AND MARKING SERVICES

  11. POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: EDITING SERVICES (REF NO: DHET32/05/2022)

  12. SALARY: R477 090 per annum (Level 10)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in English/Editing/Language
    Practice/Communication or Journalism and Media Studies, which must include English. A postgraduate qualification in
    English/Editing/Language Practice/Communication or Journalism and Media Studies will be an added advantage. A
    minimum of three (3) to five (5) years of functional experience. Good interpersonal, organisational and communication
    skills are additional requirements. Extensive knowledge and experience of MS Office, especially MS Word. The
    incumbent must be willing to work overtime and be able to function in a high-pressure work environment. A valid driver’s
    licence will be added advantage.
    DUTIES: The candidate will be responsible for editing, translating, and/or proofreading national assessment
    instruments submitted by examining/moderation and/or Quality Council panels. Conduct technical quality checks of
    national assessment instruments. Interpret and apply policies and guidelines relevant to language style, editing, and
    translation conventions. Interpret and apply policies and guidelines relevant to the in-house style guide. Maintain a
    workflow register and electronic filing system. Maintain the security of national assessment instruments. Perform
    relevant administrative functions related to the functioning of the Unit.
    Note: The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement, and declaration of secrecy and may
    undergo security clearance. Shortlisted candidates may write a competency test.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165

  13. BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING

  14. COMPONENT: LIMPOPO REGIONAL OFFICE
    DIRECTORATE: TVET CURRICULUM AND INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT

  15. POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: (REF NO: DHET 33/05/2022)

  16. SALARY: R477 090 per annum (Level 10)
    CENTRE: Polokwane
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/diploma/ national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Education or an
    equivalent qualification. A certificate in facilitation/ assessor/ moderator will be an added advantage. A minimum of
    three (3) to five (5) years at the Supervisory level in post-school education or a related field. Knowledge of Teaching
    and Learning. Knowledge of skills Development Act, Public Services Regulations, Public Service Act and Labour
    Relations Act. Knowledge of the Public TVET sector. A sound understanding of curriculum transformation issues, and
    capacity building, interpretation, analyse and apply current legislation and departmental policies, administrative skills,
    Planning and organizing skills, Financial Management skills, Report writing skills, Communication and interpersonal
    skills, Problem-solving skills, Computer Literacy, Analytical, Client-oriented, Project Management, Team leadership and
    people management. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: Oversee, support, monitor, and verify college systems and sub-systems about curriculum delivery in the public
    TVET Colleges. Coordinate and consolidate status update reports from colleges on all monitoring findings and
    recommendations. Conduct teaching and learning support in line with national policy and process reports on time.
    Develop and implement intervention/support mechanisms in line with the gaps identified in teaching and learning i.e.,
    curriculum workshop. Coordinate and consolidate status update reports from colleges on all monitoring findings and
    recommendations. Plan and conduct Students Support Services monitoring in line with the framework. Develop and
    implement interventions/support regarding the identified gaps. Ensure timeous interventions regarding issues affecting
    students who are to be allocated NSFAS allowance. Coordinate and consolidate status update reports from colleges
    on all monitoring findings and recommendations. Plan and implement lecturer development support and ensure reports
    are generated on interventions regarding gaps identified. Plan and implement lecturer development support on new
    and revised curricula. Plan and conduct Site-Based Assessment and examination monitoring per each examination
    cycle. Ensure Site-Based Assessment and examination monitoring reports are generated and approved timeously.
    Develop and implement intervention mechanisms in areas of no-compliance. Analyse and report on the examination
    results per cycle. Coordinate and consolidate status update reports from colleges on all monitoring findings and
    recommendations.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165

  17. BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING

  18. COMPONENT: WESTERN/NORTHERN CAPE REGIONAL OFFICE

  19. DIRECTORATE: TVET CURRICULUM AND INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT
    POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: (REF NO: DHET34/05/2022)

  20. SALARY: R477 090 per annum (Level 10)
    CENTRE: Cape Town
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/ diploma/ national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Education or an
    equivalent qualification. A certificate in facilitation/ assessor/moderator will be an added advantage. A minimum of three
    (3) to five (5) years at the Supervisory level in post-school education or a related field. Knowledge of Teaching and
    Learning. Knowledge of skills Development Act, Public Services Regulations, Public Service Act and Labour Relations
    Act. Knowledge of the Public TVET sector. A sound understanding of curriculum transformation issues, and capacity
    building, interpretation, analyse and apply current legislation and departmental policies, administrative skills, Planning
    and organizing skills, Financial Management skills, Report writing skills, Communication and interpersonal skills,
    Problem-solving skills, Computer Literacy, Analytical, Client-oriented, Project Management, Team leadership and
    people management, Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: Oversee, support, monitor, and verify college systems and sub-systems about curriculum delivery in the public
    TVET Colleges. Coordinate and consolidate status update reports from colleges on all monitoring findings and
    recommendations. Conduct teaching and learning support in line with national policy and process reports on time.
    Develop and implement intervention/support mechanisms in line with the gaps identified in teaching and learning i.e.,
    curriculum workshop. Coordinate and consolidate status update reports from colleges on all monitoring findings and
    recommendations. Plan and conduct Students Support Services monitoring in line with the framework. Develop and
    implement interventions/support regarding the identified gaps. Ensure timeous interventions regarding issues affecting
    students who are to be allocated NSFAS allowance. Coordinate and consolidate status update reports from colleges
    on all monitoring findings and recommendations. Plan and implement lecturer development support and ensure reports
    are generated on interventions regarding gaps identified. Plan and implement lecturer development support on new
    and revised curricula. Plan and conduct Site-Based Assessment and examination monitoring per each examination
    cycle. Ensure Site-Based Assessment and examination monitoring reports are generated and approved timeously.
    Develop and implement intervention mechanisms in areas of no compliance. Analyse and report on the examination
    results per cycle. Coordinate and consolidate status update reports from colleges on all monitoring findings and
    recommendations.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165
    BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
    DIRECTORATE: TVET INSTITUTIONAL FUNDING
    POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: NATIONAL NORMS AND STANDARDS FOR TVET COLLEGES
    INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING (REF NO: DHET35/05/2022
    SALARY: R477 090 per annum (Level 10)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    (This is a re-advert, candidates who applied are encouraged to re-apply)
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Bachelor of Commerce or
    equivalent qualification in Economics/Accounting and/or Financial Management. A qualification in the built environment
    will be an added advantage. Research methodologies. A minimum of three (3) to five (5) years at the Supervisory level,
    preferably in funding frameworks and policies. Extensive knowledge and insight into the education policies and
    legislations for public colleges. Policy analysis, development, and implementation skills. Knowledge of the policies and
    legislative framework in Technical and Vocational and Educational Training (TVET) colleges, and the Public Finance
    Management Act. Financial analytical and research skills. Basic knowledge of the built environment. Good
    communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills. Ability to work in a team and to work under pressure. Meet
    tight deadlines and be target driven. Computer literate with basic knowledge of MS Word and Excel skills. A valid
    driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: The candidate will be responsible to gather, analyse, and utilise data for the development of National Norms
    and Standards for funding the infrastructure of Technical and Vocational Education and Training colleges. Draft and
    review the infrastructure funding norms for Technical and Vocational Education and Training colleges. Develop and
    manage advocacy strategy of the infrastructure funding norms. Develop models for implementation of infrastructure
    funding policy. Conduct readiness assessment for implementation of the infrastructure funding norms. Responsible for
    implementation of the infrastructure funding norms. Manage payments of infrastructure funds to the TVET Colleges.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165

  21. BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

  22. DIRECTORATE: ARTISAN TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT CENTRE

  23. POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: ARPL MONITORING AND EVALUATION (REF NO: DHET36/05/2022)

  24. SALARY: R477 090 per annum (Level 10)
    CENTRE: Olifantsfontein
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/ national technical diploma (NQF Level 6) plus recognised South
    African Trade Qualification, Assessor Certificate. A minimum of five (5) years of industry-related work experience and
    three (3) years’ experience in artisan development (Training, ARPL and Trade Testing). Knowledge of assessment
    principles. Knowledge of Training and trade test environments. Knowledge of Batho Pele Principles. Knowledge of staff
    management. Knowledge of the SDA, PFMA and OHSA. Understanding of the trade test regulations. Understanding
    of the Criteria and Guidelines for the implementation of ARPL. Ability to plan, organize, manage, and monitor activities
    and processes. Ability to implement and comply with related artisan policies and procedures. Coordination and group
    facilitation skills. Skills to interpret and understand the policy. Skill to develop standard operating procedures and
    processes. Report writing and supervisory skills. Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint). A valid driver’s
    licence.
    DUTIES: This will include monitoring the implementation of the trades for which ARPL toolkits were approved at
    accredited Trade Test Centres. Provide guidance and support on ARPL implementation and processes to accredited
    Trade Test Centres and SETAs. Report monitoring and evaluation of ARPL implementation nationally. Plan, prepare
    and schedule for support, monitoring, and evaluation activities. Submit NSF and section reports on activities and work
    performed. Liaising with stakeholders regarding Artisan Recognition of Prior Learning processes and model.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165

  25. BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

  26. DIRECTORATE: ARTISAN TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT CENTRE

  27. TWO (2) POSTS: CHIEF ARTISAN GRADE B: AUTOMOTIVE (REF NO: DHET37/05/2022)

  28. SALARY: R476 052 per annum (OSD)
    CENTRE: Olifantsfontein
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national technical Diploma with related subjects in Panel Beater and Vehicle Painter
    Trade Engineering or equivalent qualification. A Trade Test Certificate in Panel Beater and Vehicle Painter or related
    trades coupled with Assessor and Moderator Certificates. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10) in technical training
    experience after qualifying as an artisan. Good knowledge of Trade Test Regulations. Good knowledge of the Skills
    Development Act, 1998. Good knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act. The candidate must be able to
    assess candidates in Panel Beater and Vehicle Painter or related trades. Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel,
    PowerPoint). Good report writing. Good planning and organizing skills. Good verbal and written communication skills.
    Good problem-solving skills. Good supervisory skills. Ability to perform moderations within the panel beater and vehicle
    painter trades. A valid driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: this will include conducting trade testing in the Panel Beater and Vehicle Painter trades as well as
    implementing and maintaining ARPL. Conduct Moderation of Trade Test internally and externally. Maintain and ensure
    the safekeeping of assessment records. Assist the Deputy Director in carrying out management and related activities
    where and when requested and supervise Chief Artisan A and Trade Assistants. Implement and maintain PMDS for
    staff reporting to him/her. Procurement and control of assessment equipment, tools, and consumable stock.
    Procurement and control of assessment equipment, tools, and consumable stock. Maintain safety in the workshop.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165

  29. BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

  30. DIRECTORATE: ARTISAN TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT CENTRE

  31. POST: CHIEF ARTISAN GRADE A: CARPENTER AND JOINER (REF NO: DHET38/05/2022)

  32. SALARY: R392 283 per annum (OSD)
    CENTRE: Olifantsfontein
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national technical certificate N3 in Civil Engineering or equivalent qualification.
    Qualified as a Carpenter and Joiner as well as an Assessor. A minimum of five (5) to ten (10) years of technical training
    or assessment experience after qualifying as an artisan. An appropriate Trade Test Certificate in Carpentry and Joiner
    trade. Any additional trade certificate in the civil engineering field, as well as a Moderator Certificate, will be an
    advantage. Knowledge of Skills Development Act, 1998, Occupational Health and Safety Act and Trade Test
    Regulations. Must be able to assess candidates in Carpentry and Joiner trades. Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel,
    PowerPoint). Good report writing. Good planning and organising skills. Good verbal and written communication skills.
    Good problem-solving skills. Good supervisory skills. A valid driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: Will include Conducting assessment and ARPL in the Carpenter & Joiner, Joiner, and Carpenter trades.
    Conduct Moderation of Trade Test internally and externally. Maintain and ensure the safekeeping of assessment
    records. Supervise Trade Assistants. Assess the performance of staff reporting to him/her. Procurement and control of
    assessment stock. Maintain safety in the workshop, Adhere to health and safety policies and procedures. Assess the
    performance of staff reporting to him/her. Conduct Moderation of Trade Test internally and externally. Maintain and
    ensure the safekeeping of assessment records. Supervise Trade Assistants. Assess the performance of staff reporting
    to him/her. Procurement and control of assessment stock. Maintain safety in the workshop, Adhere to health and safety
    policies and procedures.
    Assess the performance of staff reporting to him/her. Conduct Moderation of Trade Test internally and externally.
    Maintain and ensure the safekeeping of assessment records. Supervise Trade Assistants. Assess the performance
    of staff reporting to him/her. Procurement and control of assessment stock. Maintain safety in the workshop, Adhere
    to health and safety policies and procedures.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165

  33. BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
    DIRECTORATE: IMPLEMENTATION OVERSIGHT

  34. POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: MONITORING AND REPORTING (REF NO: 39/05/2022)

  35. SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/advanced national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Public
    Management/Administration or an equivalent qualification. A minimum of three to five (5) years’ work experience in
    monitoring and evaluation, strategic planning, and corporate governance with at least three (3) years at the Supervisory
    level in education, training, and development/ skills development environment. Knowledge of Skills Development of
    Policy, Monitoring and Evaluation, Education and Education, Training and Quality Assurance. Knowledge of the
    following legislations: PFMA, SDA, SDLA, Treasury regulation, NSDS, Skills Accord, EEA, BCEA, NQF ACT, Batho
    Pele Principles, Public Service Act, MTA, and Artisan regulations. Knowledge of Departmental policies and procedures,
    public service processes and procedures, Client/customer services and Financial Management. Computer literacy; MS
    Excel, Word, PowerPoint magic systems, including presentation skills. Planning and facilitation skills. Good
    interpersonal relations skills and communication skills (written and verbal). A valid driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: Develop a SETA Performance Management, Monitoring and Evaluation Tools and Mechanisms. Prepare
    quarterly monitoring reports on the implementation of the National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS). Coordinate
    written responses to Parliamentary, Presidential hotline and public queries and complaints. Provide coordination and
    secretarial support to performance strategy development and implementation. Analyse and recommend approval of
    SETA strategic plans and Service Level Agreement. Support SITAs to deliver their obligations in terms of the National
    Skills Development Strategy. Facilitate engagements with SETAs on the implementation of Sector Education and
    Training Management Information System (SETMIS). Assist in ensuring performance outcomes and reported and in
    line with the legislative framework. Provide support to SETAs on extraction and dissemination of quarterly performance
    reports. Prepare quarterly monitoring reports and good governance reports on the implementation of SETA targets and
    objectives.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165

  36. BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES

  37. DIRECTORATE: APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT

  38. POSTS: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT (REF NO: DHET40/05/2022)

  39. SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Computer Science or
    Information Technology or an equivalent qualification. A minimum of three (3) to five (5) years at the Supervisory level
    in systems development according to the Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC). Specialized skills needed are
    Programming in Visual Studio 2013 or 2015, ASP. Net and Visual Basic. Net Languages, Relational Database concepts
    and experience in SQL for database and query design, Design and Develop Business Intelligent dashboards and
    Reports in Microsoft SQL. Advanced experience in application development. Web application development. Web
    services experience. Ability to interpret ERDs, process flow charts and sequence diagrams. Ability to document
    requirements using UML. SQL – Database design, queries, reporting. Possess advanced programming logic and the
    ability to write pseudo-code. Strong skills to investigate and analyse information in troubleshooting. Good understanding
    of project management principles. Good logical and analytical thinking, Ability to work independently, under pressure
    and in a team, time management and pro-activeness. Good communication skills (written and oral) and interpersonal,
    as well as good organising and planning skills. A valid driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: The candidate will be responsible to perform systems analysis, design and development based on user
    requirements. Evaluate, investigate, and apply new technologies to enhance systems within the department. Design
    and develop new features for the applications, and improvement of the existing systems; Implementation, debugging,
    documentation and release of software solutions. Develop efficient and effective IT solutions to diverse and complex
    business problems. Provide maintenance and enhancement support of the existing systems; Communicate accurately
    on Project status in all appropriate meetings as well as on the relevant reports. Prepare business cases for projects
    and technology updates. Support best practice and innovation in the operational model through critical assessment of
    its workings and challenges to its design assumptions. Analyse and develop business improvements based on data
    analysed, data collected, reviewed, and incorporated of all internal and external benchmarking data into applications
    project planning, Develop Business Intelligent dashboards, and reports for various systems. Work closely with other
    stakeholders and team members to provide system solutions.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165

  40. BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES

  41. DIRECTORATE: FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

  42. POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: FLEET MANAGEMENT (REF NO: DHET41/05/2022)

  43. SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Transport/Logistics
    Management/Public/Administration or equivalent relevant qualification. A minimum of five (5) years of experience in
    Transport Management or a related field. A minimum of three (3) to five (5) years at the Supervisory level. Knowledge
    of contract management and the legislative framework governing Transport management well as in-depth knowledge
    of Fleet Management Systems. Good coordination, planning, communication (written and spoken), interpersonal
    relations, conflict management and resolution, report writing and organizational skills. Ability to work long hours and
    help subordinates and clients voluntarily, gathering and analysing information, drafting reports, interpreting, and
    applying policies, work independently and in a team. A valid driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: Manage Departmental fleet travel arrangements. Acquisition and disposal of Departmental vehicles. Update
    Departmental vehicle assets register. Ensure inspection and maintenance of Departmental and subsidized vehicles.
    Coordination of Subsidized vehicle process and convene Departmental Transport Advisory Committee (DTAC) Manage
    departmental parking allocation function. Development and implementation of transport policies and directives.
    Conducting information sessions on transport policies and directives to employees and relevant stakeholders.
    Coordinate payment of service providers, compiling reports on fleet-related matters. Monitor vehicle tracking system.
    Manage damages and losses on Departmental fleet vehicles.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165

  44. BRANCH: PLANNING, POLICY, AND STRATEGY

  45. DIRECTORATE: STRATEGIC PLANNING AND REPORTING

  46. POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE MONITORING: (REF NO: DHET42/05/2022

  47. SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’ degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Public/ Business Administration/
    Management or equivalent qualification. A relevant postgraduate qualification will serve as an added advantage. A
    minimum of three (3) to five (5) years of work experience in strategic planning and reporting environment with at least
    three (3) years at the Supervisory level. An understanding of the Public Financial Management Act and applicable
    regulations in respect of performance monitoring; understanding and application of Monitoring and Evaluation
    policies/prescripts and framework of Government. Good communication skills (both written and verbal). Attention to
    detail, creativity, and innovation. Excellent report writing, and computer and analytic skills are key to this post. The
    incumbent should be able to perform in a team environment. A valid driver’s licence is essential.
    DUTIES: The scope of the Assistant Director’s work will include, but not be limited to the following: Contribute to the
    development and implementation of the M&E Framework; Provide M&E capacity building and support to business units;
    Assist in the development and implementation of the M&E system; Develop monitoring data collection tools; Analyse
    and evaluate the departmental programme performance on annual and quarterly basis.; Determine the actual
    correctness or accuracy of programme actual achievements against set targets as detailed in the annual and quarterly
    performance reports. Provide support in generating quarterly monitoring reports and submissions to the Accounting
    Officer, Assist and benchmark the latest organisational performance monitoring best practices across the public sector
    and advise the department accordingly. Provide advice and support for branches/business units in monitoring their
    initiatives. Provide support in compiling the Annual Report according to the relevant prescripts.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165

  48. BRANCH: OFFICE OF THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

  49. DIRECTORATE: DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT

  50. POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: GRANTS AND DONOR PROJECTS SUPPORT (REF NO: DHET43/05/2022)

  51. SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Public/Business Administration
    Project Management or equivalent qualification. A minimum of three (3) to five (5) years of experience at the
    Supervisory level in education and training and skills to provide support to projects will be strongly recommended. Apart
    from project management, the candidate should have financial management and experience in project grant local and
    international donor funds management. A qualification in Financial Management is an added advantage. Proactive,
    and effective with the ability to work in a diverse team. The candidate must have proficiency in MS Office Packages as
    well as communication and report writing skills.
    DUTIES: The successful candidate will primarily be required to: Assist in compiling quarterly semester performance
    reports on projects funded by grants and donors. Assist in ensuring strict adherence to reporting procedures of projects
    and deadlines. Assist in the coordination, management and monitoring of grants and donor-funded projects. Provide
    administrative support to grants and other donor-funded project committees. Develop and maintain the database on
    various projects. Evaluate project proposals and appraise Business Plans for the effective and efficient utilization of
    project funds. Manage the interface with different stakeholders of the DHET at the required level. Perform other duties
    delegated from time to time in the Directorate.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165

  52. BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

  53. CHIEF DIRECTORATE: INDLELA

  54. DIRECTORATE: ARTISAN TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT CENTRE

  55. POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SUPPORT (REF NO: DHET44/05/2022)

  56. SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
    CENTRE: Olifantsfontein
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/ diploma (NQF level 6) in Human Resource Management / Public
    Administration. A minimum of five 5 years’ work experience in human resource appointments and conditions of service
    in the Public Sector with at least three (3) to five (5) years at the Supervisory level. Good knowledge of the PERSAL
    System. Good knowledge and understanding of Human Resource Management prescripts and Policies. Leadership
    skills. Planning, organising, and coordinating skills. Communication, mentoring/coaching skills. Report writing and
    problem-solving skills. Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint). A valid driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: Responsible for the implementation of the Performance Management Development System (PMDS) for all
    INDLELA Staff. Receive, verify, and capture Performance Agreements, Work Plans, and half-yearly and annual
    performance assessments. Management of Staff Condition of Employment. Verify leave applications captured on
    SMARTHET and leave credits on PERSAL appointment dates, qualifications, and employee benefits. Provide guidance
    and manage Human Resources at INDLELA: Compile submissions/memos regarding the positions to be advertised
    and make follow-ups on advertised positions. Arrange Boardrooms for shortlisting and interviews for adverted positions.
    Compile Memo regarding requests for acting allowance and transfers. Management of queries from internal and
    external clients.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165

  57. BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

  58. COMPONENT: NATIONAL SKILLS FUND

  59. CHIEF DIRECTORATE: OFFICE OF THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
    POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: FINANCE (REVENUE) REF NO: DHET45/05/2022
    SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Financial
    Management/Accounting and or equivalent qualification. A minimum of three (3) to five (5) years at the Supervisory
    level in financial management, accounting and or auditing of which three (3) years of experience must be in Financial
    Management. Candidates with a Chartered Accountant (South Africa) qualification will have a distinct advantage.
    Knowledge of Public Service and National Authority Fund (NSF) mandates and strategies. Knowledge of the education
    system and pedagogy and post-school education framework. Knowledge of prescripts; Public Financial Management
    Act (PFMA) Treasury Regulations, Skills Development Act, Skills Development Levies Act, Public Service Act and
    Public Service Regulations. Budgeting and financial management, problem-solving and analysis. Knowledge of
    management, technical proficiency, quality management, stakeholder engagement and management, communication
    management, change management and people management and empowerment. Good knowledge of legislative
    frameworks relevant to the post. Good computer skills. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: Review and prepare relevant finance workbooks. Review and capture accounting transactions. Perform daily,
    weekly, and monthly reconciliations. Perform debtor and creditor functions. Review invoices and payment packs for
    payment and approve payments. Review payment security checks. Manage the upload of payment batches. Capture
    supplier banking details. Review receipts and accounting of revenue. Ensure proper recordkeeping of transactions.
    Ensure that suspense accounts are cleared monthly. Manage the resources of the Directorate. Participate as an active
    member of the NSF finance team.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312

  60. BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

  61. COMPONENT NATIONAL SKILLS FUND

  62. CHIEF DIRECTORATE: OFFICE OF THE FINACIAL OFFICER

  63. POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: FINANCE (EXPENDITURE) REF NO: DHET46/05/2022

  64. SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Financial
    Management/Accounting and /or an equivalent qualification. A minimum of three (3) to five (5) years at the Supervisory
    level in financial management, accounting and or auditing of which three (3) years’ experience must be in Financial
    Management. Candidates with a Chartered Accountant (South Africa) qualification will have a distinct advantage.
    Knowledge of Public Service and National Authority Fund (NSF) mandates and strategies. Knowledge of the education
    system and pedagogy and post-school education framework. Knowledge of prescripts; Public Financial Management
    Act (PFMA) Treasury Regulations, Skills Development Act, Skills Development Levies Act, Public Service Act and
    Public Service Regulations. Skills required: Budgeting and financial management, problem-solving and analysis.
    Knowledge of management, technical proficiency, quality management, stakeholder engagement and management,
    communication management, change management and people management and empowerment. Good knowledge of
    legislative frameworks relevant to the post. Good computer skills. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
    DUTIES: Review and prepare relevant finance workbooks. Review and capture accounting transactions. Perform daily,
    weekly, and monthly reconciliations. Perform debtor and creditor functions. Review invoices and payment packs for
    payment and approve payments. Review payment security checks. Manage the upload of payment batches. Capture
    supplier banking details. Review receipts and accounting of revenue. Ensure proper recordkeeping of transactions.
    Ensure that suspense accounts are cleared every month. Manage the resources of the Directorate. Participate as an
    active member of the NSF finance team.

  65. BRANCH: OFFICE OF THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

  66. POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTORATE: COMPLIANCE (REF NO: DHET47/05/2022)

  67. SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
    CENTRE: Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/diploma (NQF Level 6) in Accounting / Internal Audit / Risk
    Management / Supply Chain Management / Legal Services or an equivalent qualification. A relevant post-Graduate
    qualification will be an added advantage. A minimum of three (3) to five (5) years of work experience at the Supervisory
    level in Compliance / Quality Management Systems / Internal Auditing / Risk Management/ ISO training spheres, as
    well as appropriate experience within a relevant line function of a department, is strongly preferred. The incumbent
    must be knowledgeable regarding all relevant legislation, procedures and policies and possess the ability to ensure
    compliance with applicable laws, policies, and legislation, as well as exhibit the traits of reliability, dependability, and
    conscientiousness. As well as possess the skills and understanding of all phases of the job and related matters. A high
    level of accuracy, thoroughness and resourcefulness is required for functions performed, while the incumbent should
    also possess analytical capabilities and advanced report-writing skills. In addition, a sound knowledge of the relevant
    legislation and policies governing the Higher Education and Training and Public Service sectors will be an added
    advantage. Experience in managing staff and projects with an ability to plan proactively and strategically is preferred.
    The incumbent must also be a resourceful, independent thinker and adept in clear communication, with a strong ability
    to interact with officials at different levels in the Department, other Departments, entities, and institutions. A clear
    understanding of change management, client orientation and customer-focused, as well as diversity and risk
    management processes, is a requirement. Excellent project management, problem-solving and computer skills are key
    to this post. A willingness to work during irregular hours and travel intermittently will prove advantageous. A valid driver’s
    licence is essential.
    DUTIES: The incumbent will be adept in performing functions about Compliance, Auditing, Internal Control and AuditorGeneral processes. These include but are not limited only to: the oversight / management of inspection and audit
    procedures and related methodologies in tandem with IT Systems associated with quality management; the
    interpretation and review of policies in relation to the governance environment of higher education and training and its
    Compliance Programme and related activities aimed at preventing illegal, unethical and improper activities; oversight
    and implementation of annual reporting requirements; ongoing monitoring of performance management development
    systems; managing effective compliance monitoring and reporting of the Department; identifying potential compliance
    risk areas in conjunction with the compilation of comprehensive risk registers to ensure adherence across the
    Department and its functionaries; identifying and monitoring non-compliance and developing proposed strategies /
    plans in addressing areas of concern; developing and periodically reviewing and updating Standards of Conduct;
    communicating and directing identified compliance issues to the relevant structures for investigation and resolution;
    reviewing and evaluating delegations of the Department so as to ensure that high-risk areas and non-compliance
    matters are effectively addressed and; improving management and coordination of the Departmental audit processes
    and the compilation of the required Audit Action Plan.
    Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165

BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


CHIEF DIRECTORATE: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT


POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: INFORMATION SECURITY MANAGEMENT AND GOVERNANCE (REF NO:
DHET48/05/2022)


SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Information Security/
Information Technology or equivalent qualification. A minimum of three (3) to five (5) years at the Supervisory level in
information technology and business system management. The candidate must be certified with one (1) of the following
international certifications: CompTIA Security+ or Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) or
Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) or Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) or Certified in the
Governance of Enterprise IT (CGIEIT). Five (5) years of Information Technology experience of which three (3) years
must be within an Information Security Role. Knowledge of CGICTPF, ISO27001/2:2013, ISO22301 and COBIT will be
advantageous. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Planning, Conducting and Reporting on Information Security Awareness and Training Programme for the
Department. Implementation and Maintenance of information technology policies, procedures and standards using
frameworks such as CGICTPF, and COBIT. Implementation and maintenance of information security policies,
procedures and standards using frameworks such as ISO27001/2:2013 and DPSA Security Guidelines. Tracking and
reporting on remedial actions to mitigate risks by the Department’s standard for plans of action and milestones. Mitigate
all IT-related risks as part of the enterprise governance process and maintain an IT Risk Register. Assist the Information
Security Officer with remedial actions on Audits by Internal Audit and Auditor General. Access review and reporting on
the Department’s critical ICT infrastructure.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: ADMINISTRATION COORDINATION AND COMMUNICATION


POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL SECRETARIAT (REF NO:
DHET49/05/2022)


SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF level 6) in Human Resource
Development/Marketing/Communication/Public Administration or equivalent qualification. A relevant postgraduate
qualification will be an added advantage. A minimum of three (3) to five (5) years at the Supervisory level. Experience
in developing communication and marketing plans. Experience in events management and coordination of campaigns.
Good communication and marketing skills. Experience in management of communication and marketing projects.
Understanding of the education and training sector. Demonstrable ability to coordinate multiple stakeholder meetings
and workshops. Demonstrable ability to produce reports. Good oral and written communication skills. Knowledge of
management, technical proficiency, quality management, stakeholder engagement and management, communication
management, project management, change management and people management and empowerment. Good
knowledge of legislative frameworks relevant to the post. Good analytical, coordination and report writing skills.
Computer literate; (MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, and Outlook). A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: The Assistant Director: Communication – will assist in the following duties: Developing a communication and
marketing plan and monitoring the implementation of the branding of the Council. Developing tools to market the work
of the Council and the Human Resource Development Strategy towards 2030. Developing marketing catalogues and
information brochures. Promoting the functioning and achievements of the Council through marketing material;
Responsible for the launch of the Council events e.g., Annual Performance Reports and Strategic Plan Documents.
Participate in events with HRDC social partners in marketing the activities of the Council and its committees. Launching
and coordinating campaigns in awareness-raising. Coordinating the events conducted by the HRD Council in
partnership with the communication representatives from the Presidency, GCIS, and DHET. Liaison with social partners
to ensure that they are informed of the programmes of the Council and its committees.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT


TWO (2) POSTS: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: CHANGE MANAGEMENT AND TRANSFORMATION (REF NO:
DHET50/05/2022)


SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
CENTRE: Pretoria
(This post is being re-advertised and candidates who had previously applied may re-apply)
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Human Resource Management
/Industrial Psychology/Organisational Development and/or Public Administration/Management. A minimum of five (5)
years’ work experience in a Change Management/ Organisational Development environment and/or Transformation is
required with at least three (3) years at the Supervisory level. Knowledge and understanding of organizational culture
and human behaviour, management of resources. Knowledge of policies/ implementation strategies. Knowledge of
Change/Transformation and Legislation/Directives. Knowledge of and experience in organizational culture
interventions, and project management. Ability to communicate ideas and issues to an audience in a tactful, influential
manner, verbally and in writing, informally and formally, Ability to work collaboratively with a range of stakeholders in a
facilitating, advisory or informative capacity, Computer literacy (MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, and Outlook).
Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Develop change management, and organisational development strategy to support the culture realignment
strategy. Design and implement change management initiatives (culture, behaviour, systems, organisational climate
assessment. Develop change management plans, including communication plan, sponsor roadmaps, coaching and
training and resistance management plan. Assess projects to identify change management requirements, proactively
identify required organisational development interventions, provide advice, as well as monitor and evaluate
interventions. Support the implementation and delivery of the Operations Management Framework in the Department.
Develop and implement Service Delivery Improvement Plan for the Department. Support the implementation of Batho
Pele principles programmes in the Department. Conduct Business Process Mapping to ensure the mainstreaming of
Gender and Disability in the Department. Coordinate and implement the Public Service Women Management week
including monitoring of the Head of Department (HOD) 8 principles action plan. Facilitate the development,
coordination, implementation and review of programmes and projects aimed at achieving the Department’s and
Government’s transformation goals. Respond to Government legislation and policies on equality, transformation, and
empowerment as well as international and regional obligations regarding vulnerable groups.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: COLLECTIVE BARGAINING


POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: COLLECTIVE BARGAINING (REF NO: DHET51/05/2022)


SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF level 6) in Labour/Industrial Relations/
Labour Law and/or Human Resource Management. A minimum of five (5) years of relevant experience in a Collective
Bargaining environment within the public sector with at least three (3) years of functioning experience at the Supervisory
level. Competency Knowledge of LRA, BCEA, PSA, PSR, CET ACT 2006, and CET Amendment Act 2012, Higher
Education sector and relevant public service regulations and policies. Sound knowledge of relevant PSCBC, ELRC and
GPSSBC collective agreements, disciplinary codes in the public service, dispute resolution rules, strategies, and related
matters. Understanding of the Public Service reporting procedures, good report writing, communication, negotiation,
sound interpersonal and conflict resolution skills. Innovative and creative thinker. Willingness to travel, work in a team
and work under pressure. Computer literacy; (MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, and Outlook). A valid driver’s
license is a prerequisite. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Maintain labour peace and promote sound relations through arranging multilateral meetings at Head Office,
Regions, and Colleges. Represent and support the Department at the PSCBC, ELRC and GPSSBC bargaining
councils’ meetings. Ensure Labour Relations related to policy development and implementation. Monitor and evaluate
compliance with collective agreements, policies, and relevant legislation. Render advisory service to all institutional
management and employees regarding labour relations matters. Provide labour relations support to Regional Offices
and Colleges. Facilitate capacity building to management and employees on all labour relations and labour law matters.
Manage industrial action (strike) and dispute resolutions. Assist with managing the relationship with trade unions.
Represent the Department and Colleges at the bargaining councils’ dispute resolution meetings. Draft submissions and
memos. Support the management of projects in the Directorate. Act as a secretariat to various forums hosted by the
Directorate.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: GRIEVANCE, DISPUTES AND MISCONDUCT MANAGEMENT


POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: GRIEVANCE AND DISPUTES (REF NO: DHET52/05/2022)


SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/diploma (NQF Level 6) in Labour/Industrial Relations/Labour Law
and/or Human Resources Management. A minimum of five (5) years of relevant experience within a Labour Relations
portfolio within public or private entities with at least three (3) years at the Supervisory level. Sound knowledge of labour
legislation and prescripts within the TVET or Public Service sector domain. Sound Knowledge of LRA, BCEA, PSA,
PSR, CET ACT 2006, and CET Amendment Act 2012, Higher Education sector and relevant public service regulations
and policies. Demonstrable experience in project management, collective bargaining, and labour relations processes.
Sound conflict-handling and communication skills. Excellent organisational and interpersonal skills. Computer literacy
(MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, and Outlook). Excellent communicator, both written and verbal. Strategic
thinking and meticulous record-keeping. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: The candidate will be responsible for investigating misconduct cases and compiling investigation reports.
Management of Discipline, represent the Department during a formal disciplinary hearing, provide advice on informal
disciplinary hearings and ensure the implementation of disciplinary sanctions. Investigate and finalise all grievances
and complaints received from employees in the Department / Colleges. Coordinate and provide support in terms of
representing the Department in all disputes referred to the Public Service Sectoral Bargaining Council / General Public
Service Sectoral Bargaining Council/Education Labour Relations Council and the Commission for Conciliation,
Mediation and Arbitration. Manage the information and records of all activities in Labour Relations. Manage resources
of the section. Monitor precautionary suspensions, and financial misconduct. Render advisory services to management
and employees on dispute prevention and resolution. Monitor and evaluate labour related cases trends and report to
the Management. Facilitate training and advocacy on labour relations matters. Ensure compliance on capturing of
cases on PERSAL. Provide monthly and quarterly reports.
NOTE: Shortlisted candidates will be required to write a computer literacy test.
ENQUIRIES: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
EASTERN CAPE REGIONAL OFFICE


POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: LABOUR RELATIONS (REF NO: DHET53/05/2022)


SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
CENTRE: East London
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/diploma (NQF Level 6) in Industrial Relations/Labour Law and/or
Human Resource Management. A minimum of five (5) years of relevant experience within a Labour Relations portfolio
within public or private entities with at least three (3) years at the Supervisory level. Sound knowledge of labour
legislation and prescripts within the TVET or Public sector domain. Sound Knowledge of LRA, BCEA, PSA, PSR, CET
ACT 2006, and CET Amendment Act 2012, Higher Education sector and relevant public service regulations and policies
Demonstrable experience in project management, collective bargaining and LR processes. Sound conflict-handling
and communication skills. Good organisational and interpersonal skills. Computer literate (MS Word, MS Excel, MS
PowerPoint, and Outlook). Good communication skills (written and verbal). Strategic thinking and meticulous record
keeping. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Investigate misconduct cases and compile investigation reports. Management of Discipline, represent the
Department during a formal disciplinary hearing, provide advice on informal disciplinary hearings and ensure the
implementation of disciplinary sanctions. Investigate and finalise all grievances and complaints received from
employees in the Department / Colleges. Coordinate and provide support in terms of representing the Department in
all disputes referred to the Public Service Sectoral Bargaining Council/General Public Service Sectoral Bargaining
Council/Education Labour Relations Council and the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration. Manage
the information and records of all activities in the Labour Relations in the region. Manage resources of the section.
Monitor precautionary suspensions in the region. Render advisory services to management and employees on dispute
prevention and resolution. Monitor and evaluate labour relations trends in the region. Facilitate training and advocacy
on labour relations matters in the region. Attend Departmental Multi-Lateral Labour Forums in the region and Colleges.
Ensure compliance on capturing of cases on PERSAL. Provide monthly and quarterly reports to Head Office.
NOTE: The shortlisted candidates will be required to write a computer literacy test.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT


POSTS: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT (REF NO: DHET54/05/2022)


SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/diploma (NQF Level 6) in Human Resource Management/ Human
Resource Development/Public Management or equivalent qualification. A minimum of five (5) years of experience in
Performance Management and Development and Integrated Quality Management Systems (IQMS) with at least three
(3) years at the Supervisory level. Knowledge of implementing IQMS/Performance Management Development systems,
drafting performance agreements, work plans and assessments for TVET Educators and support staff. Drafting policies.
Knowledge of implementing IQMS for lectures. Knowledge and understanding of the Employment of Educators Act,
1998, Community Education and Training Act, 2006. Public Service Act, 1994 and Public Service Regulations, 2016,
Department of Public Service Administration (DPSA) Directives, Educators Collective Agreements, PSCBC Resolutions
and policies and legislative frameworks applicable to human resources management and lecture development,
Knowledge of Educational Labour Relation Council (ELRC) Resolutions. Knowledge of PFMA and Treasury
Regulations. Ability to interpret policies, frameworks, and legislation. Computer literacy in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
and Outlook; Good coordination and report writing skills. High standard of values such as effectiveness, cooperation,
high sense of integrity and positive attitude. Extensive presentation Skills, Problem Solving Skills, Analytical skills,
Client orientated, Project Management, Team Leadership, Planning and Organising, and People Management.
Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES. Manage the implementation of the Department’s performance management development system (PMDS)
and an integrated quality management system (IQMS). Provide technical advice and guidance on the Implementation
of IQMS. Develop and implement Operational Plans, Provide support and assistance with Work plan development and
performance appraisals/ assessments. Quality assures IQMS work plans and assessments. Ensure alignment of
educator’s workplans with the Annual Performance Plan of the department and the Operational Plan of the unit.
Facilitate the processing of performance management outcomes for lecturing staff. Facilitate monitoring for lecturing
staff. Facilitate and present in IQMS and PMDS workshops and training sessions, coordinate performance moderation
sessions. Ensure safekeeping of IQMS and PMDS documents. Manage disputes and grievances emanating from IQMS
and PMDS. Ensure legislative and policy compliance. Respond to Auditor-General queries
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: SECURITY ADVISORY SERVICES


POSTS: SENIOR VETTING INVESTIGATOR (REF NO: DHET55/05/2022)


SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’ degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Security Management and/or
qualification in Social Science. A certificate on a course provided by State Security Agency (SSA) or South African
National Defence Force. (SANDF). Short courses in analysis, conflict management, listening and interviewing skills. A
minimum of three (3) to five (5) years of experience at the Supervisory level in management and investigations.
Knowledge in Security Management. Knowledge of enabling legislation relating to Security. Ability to interpret policies,
frameworks, and legislation. Knowledge of Minimum Information Security Standards. Attention to detail and problemsolving skills. Computer literacy in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Good communication skills (written and
verbal). Good analytical, coordination and report writing skills. Willingness to travel and A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Provide inputs for the development and implementation of policies, guidelines, norms, and standards in vetting
investigations. Provide effective communication channels and systems between the Department and State Security
Agency (SAA) and other related agencies. Identify units within the Department that deals with sensitive and classified
information. Administer files and partake in task teams dealing with matters related to vetting projects/ processes.
Conduct vetting fieldwork investigations. Compile and submit reports to management and SSA on all vetting files and
reports completed on regular basis. Conduct security vetting awareness training and guidance regarding Security
vetting policy and the Minimum Information Security Standards. Liaise regularly with SSA, SAPS, Home affairs and
other critical stakeholders for advice, and assistance and to obtain additional information. Obtain information from other
resources and contacts. Advice management during the process of determining personnel suitability for appointment
or continued employment in line with the Personnel Suitability Checks (PSC) guidelines. Conduct security vetting
awareness programmes. Monitor and report cases of non-compliance to Management in line with the security policy.
Protect information obtained during the interview process. Ensure confidentiality of the information collected. Conduct
administration of vetting in accordance with the SSA norms.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: PLANNING, POLICY, AND STRATEGY


DIRECTORATE: POLICY, PLANNING, MONITORING AND EVALUATION


POSTS: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: PSET SYSTEM PLANNING (REF NO: DHET56/05/2022)


SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Public/Business Administration
or equivalent qualification in social sciences. A minimum of three (3) to five (5) years’ experience at the Supervisory
level in the post-school education and training system and working in multiple stakeholder environments is essential.
Specialised qualification in planning, skills development and/or experience in public service will be an added advantage.
Experience in skills planning and in the analysis of skills needs is essential. A good track record of working in multiple
stakeholder environments is essential. The candidate must be able to understand the SA PSET system, approaches
to identify skills and labour market analysis. Ability to work independently. Ability to interpret policies, frameworks, and
legislation. Attention to detail and problem-solving skills. Computer literacy in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and
Outlook. Good communication skills (written and verbal). Good analytical, coordination and report writing skills.
Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Analyse national and provincial economic strategies, skills plans, and provincial human resource development
strategies to identify skills needs. Assist in the establishment of relationships of national, provincial, and local
stakeholders, including, the development of memoranda of agreement (MOA), protocols and service level agreements.
Coordinate the sharing and gathering of information regarding skills needs across national, provincial, and local
government stakeholders.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: PLANNING, POLICY, AND STRATEGY


DIRECTORATE: POLICY, PLANNING, MONITORING AND EVALUATION


POSTS: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT FOR PSET SYSTEM (REF NO:
DHET57/05/2022)


SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Public/Business
Administration/Education or equivalent qualification in social sciences. A relevant postgraduate qualification in planning
and or skills development will be an added advantage. A minimum of three (3) to five (5) years’ experience at the
Supervisory level in the post-school education and training system and working in multiple stakeholder environments.
Experience in skills planning and in the analysis of skills needs is essential. Specialised qualification in planning, skills
development and/or experience in public service will be an added advantage. A good track record of working in multiple
stakeholder environments is essential. The candidate must be able to understand the SA PSET system, approaches
to identify skills and labour market analysis. Ability to work independently. Ability to interpret policies, frameworks, and
legislation. Attention to detail and problem-solving skills. Computer literacy in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and
Outlook; Good communication skills (written and verbal). Good analytical, coordination and report writing skills.
Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Analyse national and provincial economic strategies, skills plans, and provincial human resource development
strategies to identify skills needs. Assist in the establishment of relationships of national, provincial, and local
stakeholders, including, the development of memoranda of agreement (MOA), protocols and service level agreements.
Coordinate the sharing and gathering of information regarding skills needs across national, provincial, and local
government stakeholders.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: POLICY, PLANNING AND STRATEGY


DIRECTORATE: SYSTEM MONITORING AND LABOUR MARKET INTELLIGENCE


POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: SYSTEM MONITORING (REF NO. DHET58/05/2022)


SALARY: R382 245 per annum (Level 9)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/National Diploma (NQF Level 6) in Bachelor of Commerce in
Economics/Population Development/Statistics or equivalent qualification. A relevant postgraduate qualification will be
an added advantage. A minimum of three (3) to five (5) years at the Supervisory level in the field of economic research
and analysis. Consideration will be given to a candidate with extensive experience in the use of statistical software and
an advanced Ms Excel programme. Good knowledge of education policy and planning issues. Good understanding of
the post-school education and training sector, including the SETA environment; experience in the calculation of
indicators in the field of education and training and related fields; excellent report writing and presentation skills and
the ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: The candidate will be responsible for Identifying indicators to monitor the PSET system and coordinate the
implementation and reporting of the Sustainable Development Goals and the African Union Agenda 2063 within the
PSET system. Assist in the development of a framework for monitoring the PSET system. Develop research reports on
the performance of the PSET, e.g., Fact Sheets, Snap reports, etc. Assist in analysing and reporting on the findings of
the Workplace Skills Plans/Annual Training Reports (WSP/ATR); Render secretariat services for various Committees
managed within the Directorate and respond to national and international reporting requirements in relation to the
performance of the PSET system and the financing thereof.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: COLLECTIVE BARGAINING


TWO (2) POSTS: SENIOR LABOUR RELATIONS OFFICER: COLLECTIVE BARGAINING (REF NO:
DHET59/05/2022)


SALARY: R321 543 per annum (Level 8)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/diploma (NQF level 6) in Labour Relations, Labour Law or Human
Resource Management or equivalent qualification. A minimum of two (2) to three (3) years of relevant experience in a
Collective Bargaining environment within the public sector. Competency Knowledge of LRA, BCEA, PSA, PSR, CET
Act, and CET Amendment Act, Higher Education sector and relevant public service regulations and policies. Sound
knowledge of relevant PSCBC, ELRC and GPSSBC collective agreements, disciplinary codes in the public service,
dispute resolution rules, strategies, and related matters. Understanding of the Public Service reporting procedures,
good report writing, communication, negotiation, sound interpersonal and conflict resolution skills. Innovative and
creative thinker. Must be willing to travel, work in a team and work under pressure. Computer literacy. Willingness to
travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Maintain labour peace and promote sound relations between employer and employees. Represent and
support the Department at the PSCBC, ELRC and GPSSBC bargaining councils’ meetings. Ensure Labour Relations
related to policy development and implementation. Supervise, monitor, and evaluate compliance with collective
agreements, policies, and relevant legislation. Render advisory service to all institutional management and employees
regarding labour relations matters. Provide labour relations support to Regional Offices and Colleges. Facilitate capacity
building to management and employees on all labour relations and labour law matters. Manage industrial action (strike)
and dispute resolutions. Assist with managing the relationship with trade unions. Represent the Department and
Colleges at the bargaining councils’ dispute resolution meetings. Perform routine administrative duties of the directorate
including travel arrangements, accommodation bookings, procurement and preparing meetings and minutes. Perform
any other task as may be required from time to time. Draft submissions and memos. Support the management of
projects in the Directorate. Act as a secretariat to various forums hosted by the Directorate.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT


TWO (2) POSTS: SENIOR PRACTITIONER: CHANGE MANAGEMENT AND TRANSFORMATION (REF NO:
DHET60/05/2022)


SALARY: R321 543 per annum (Level 8)
CENTRE: Pretoria
(This post is being re-advertised and candidates who had previously applied may re-apply)
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Human Resource/Industrial
Psychology/Organizational Development/Public Administration/Management. A minimum of two (2) to three (3) years
of relevant experience in Change Management/Organisational Development/Transformation environment is required.
Knowledge and understanding of organisational culture and human behaviour, Management of resources, Knowledge
of policies/ implementation strategies, Knowledge of Change/Transformation Legislation/Directives, Ability to
communicate ideas and issues to an audience in a tactful, influential manner, verbally and in writing, informally and
formally, Ability to work collaboratively with a range of stakeholders in a facilitating, advisory or informative capacity,
Computer skills and Project Management skills. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Provide support in the development of change management initiatives (culture, behaviour, systems,
organisational climate assessment). Participate in project teams to integrate change management activities into the
overall project plans. Provide support in the implementation and delivery of the Operations Management Framework in
the Department. Provide support in the implementation of Batho Pele Principles programmes in the Department.
Participate and provide support in the development of the Service Delivery Model for the Department. Participate in the
mainstreaming and implementation of transformation programmes in the Department. Provide support in the
development and coordination campaigns on sector transformation and gender mainstreaming. Render general
administrative support to the unit.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND TRAINING


COMPONENT: EASTERN CAPE CET COLLEGE


POST: SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER: EASTERN CAPE CET COLLEGE (REF NO: DHET61/05/2022)


SALARY: R321 245 per annum (Level 8)
CENTRE: East London
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Public
Administration/Management or equivalent qualification. A minimum of two (2) to three (3) years of relevant experience
in the administration and management environment. Knowledge of the PERSAL system will serve as an added
advantage. Knowledge of the Public Financial Management Act (PFMA), General Public service procurement
frameworks and policies will be required. Ability to develop and manage strategic and organisational plans, analytical
and attention to detail, and be able to read and write accurately. Knowledge of computer programmes, including MS
Excel, MS Access, MS PowerPoint, and MS Outlook is required. Written and verbal communication skills, report writing
and logistical skills. Events planning and administration skills and information management skills are essential. A valid
driver’s licence will be added advantage.
DUTIES: The successful candidate will be expected to execute the various administrative tasks including but not limited
to: Render administrative support services; assisting in the preparation of submissions and memorandums for the
principal, and preparation of Principal presentations and speeches. Assist with the Human resource matters including,
among others, reconciling and reporting all lecturers that are verified and ensuring that leave forms, REQV qualification,
Termination, Performance Agreements and Reviews are verified and captured on PERSAL. Provide administrative
support to the principal regarding the preparation of reports. Manage the filling system in ensuring proper filling of
Personnel files, Audit files, Reports and Council minutes. Assist with the management and monitoring of the budget
allocated to t Principal CET College. Analyse and perform reconciliation where necessary on all the reports submitted
by Finance and Principal’s office for Principal CET College and advise if there is anticipated budget under-spending
and over-spending.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT


SUB DIRECTORATE: ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT


THREE (3) POSTS: SENIOR PRACTITIONERS: ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (REF NO: DHET62/05/2022)


SALARY: R321 543 per annum (Level 8)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: A recognised bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Organisational
Development/Human Resource Management or equivalent qualification. A job Evaluation Certificate will be an added
advantage. A minimum of two (2) to three (3) relevant experience in an Organisational Design and Job Evaluation
environment is required. Thorough knowledge and understanding of applicable HR legislation (Public Service
Regulations, Public Service Acts, Treasury Regulations, Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) etc. and
organisational Design principles, procedures, PSCBC resolutions and DPSA directives applicable. Excellent planning
and organizing skills, interpersonal and decision-making skills. Good written and verbal communication skills. Good
computer literacy (MS Word and Excel). Willingness to travel and work extra hours. A driver’s licence is essential.
DUTIES: Provision of Organisational Design and Development Processes. Conducting Job Evaluation (JE) for all posts
in the Department (Head Office, Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and Community Education and
Training (CET). Facilitate the development of Job Descriptions (JD) for all posts in the Department. Conducting workstudy investigation for the Department (Head Office, TVET and CET. Rendering of general support services to the
component. Management of all human, financial and other resources of the unit, including mentoring of interns.
Disclaimer Considering restrictions on travel during phases 5 to 1 of lockdown levels, you are encouraged to e-mail
your application with the relevant supporting documentation. You must quote the reference number in the subject line.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: OFFICE OF THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER


DIRECTORATE: DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT


POST: PROJECT FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATOR: EDUCATION FOR EMPLOYABILITY (E4E) (REF NO:
DHET63/05/2022)


DURATION: 4 YEAR CONTRACT
SALARY: R321 543 per annum (Level 8)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 7) in Bachelor of Arts/Financial
Management or equivalent qualification. A minimum of two (2) to three (3) years ‘experience in providing project
administration/monitoring and evaluation of donor-funded projects and financial support. Must have effective
communication and report writing as well as sound financial administration skills. The candidate should have
appropriate experience in general office administration, workflow management and client service. The prospective
candidate should be proactive, effective, and self–confident and be able to work in a diverse team. The candidate
should have excellent verbal and writing skills. Competency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint is a prerequisite.
Basic knowledge of project management and Microsoft Project/Access would be an advantage. A valid driver`s Licence.
DUTIES: Assist in the coordination and monitoring of projects funded from grants and donor funding. Provide financial
and administrative support to donor-funded projects including Education for Employability project (E4E). Assist as a
Secretariat for projects meetings. Assist in the Development of Terms of Reference. Provide projects/administrative
support services within the Directorate. Draft project financial and narrative reports, Compile submissions, reports, and
memos. Managed/Supervise the project budget. Support the middle managers in the programme reporting and
evaluation of projects for the effective and efficient utilization of projects funds. Recording and tracking of submissions
received by and sent out as part of project administration. Perform any other duties delegated from time to time in the
Directorate Provide administrative support to project managers on the Education for Employability (E4E
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: OFFICE OF THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER


DIRECTORATE: DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT


POST: SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER: DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT


(REF NO.: DHET64/05/2022
SALARY: R321 543 per annum (Level 8)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Bachelor of Arts/Financial
Management or equivalent qualification. A minimum of two (2) to three (3) years’ experience in rendering /providing
Project Coordination/Administration /Monitoring and Evaluation of Donor funded Projects and Financial support. The
candidate must have effective communication and report writing as well as sound financial administration skills. The
candidate should have appropriate experience in general office administration, workflow management and client
service. The prospective candidate should be pro-active, effective, and self-confident and be able to work in a diverse
team. The candidate should have excellent verbal and writing skills. Competency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Project and
PowerPoint is a prerequisite. Basic knowledge of Project Management would be an advantage. A valid driver’s Licence.
DUTIES: Assist in the Coordination and Monitoring of Projects funded from grants and donor funding. Provide Financial
and Administrative support to all Donor and Grant-funded Projects. Assist as a Secretariat for Projects Steering
meetings. Assist in the Development of Terms of References. Provide Projects/Administrative support services within
the Directorate. Draft project financial and narrative reports, Compile submissions, reports, and memos.
Manage/Supervise the Directorate Budget. Support the middle managers in the programme reporting and evaluation
of projects for the effective and efficient utilization of projects funds. Recording and tracking of submissions received
by and sent out as part of project administration. Perform any other duties delegated from time to time in the Directorate.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT


COMPONENT: NATIONAL SKILLS FUND


CHIEF DIRECTORATE: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT IMPLEMENTATION


POST: SENIOR PRACTITIONER: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT IMPLEMENTATION (EASTERN CAPE AND
KWAZULU-NATAL): (REF NO: DHET65/05/2022


SALARY: R321 543 per annum, (Salary Level 8)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Public
Management/Administration or equivalent qualification. A minimum of two (2) to three (3) years of experience in project
management and/or office administration. Experience in have project administration experience for large projects,
portfolios of projects and/or programmes in the private or public sector will have an added advantage. Knowledge of
the post-school education and training system will also be an added advantage. Proven administrative capabilities.
The candidate should have appropriate experience in general office administration, workflow management and client
service. The prospective candidate should be pro-active, effective, and self-confident and be able to work in a diverse
team. Further skills requirements relate to technical proficiency, communication and information management,
administrative organising, monitoring, and evaluation, problem-solving and analysis, report writing, quality
management, budgeting and financial management, and stakeholder engagement/management. The incumbent must
be client orientated, customer-focused, responsive, and be able to perform in a team environment. Good computer
skills are required. Although the position will be mainly office-based, candidates must be willing to travel when required.
Candidates must also be committed to meeting deadlines within tight timeframes and be willing to work overtime to
meet the deadlines. A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Assist in implementing activities related to the administration and implementation of projects for the regional
office. Assist in conducting learner verification visits and gathering information for monitoring and reporting purposes.
Ensure that all documents and information related to the portfolio are submitted for knowledge management purposes.
Prepare project reports, presentations, and spreadsheets. Manage office assets; manage travel, accommodation, S&T
claims, and other logistical requests for staff in the Directorate; Maintain the filing system. Answer telephone calls and
take messages. Make travel bookings and schedule meetings for the Director. Manage Director’s diary, manage the
directorate/regional filling and system, perform any additional administrative duties as requested by the Deputy Director
and the Director. Schedule appointments and maintain an electronic diary. Ensure the legislative dates are documented
documented in the diary and those constant reminders are sent out to ensure project managers’ compliance with due
due dates. Assist the Director and management in the region with preparing project reports, reporting templates,
presentations and spreadsheets. Assist the Director and management in the region with uploading all project related
documentation onto the knowledge management system in accordance with policy and procedure. Maintain the asset
register for the region on the asset management system and, where required, provide updates to the Assistant Director:
Facilities and Assets at Head Office. Take minutes of regional and management meetings, type up the minutes and
distribute them to meeting participants. Plan, prepare timeously relevant documentation for meetings and arrange
venue venues and refreshments as required and record proceedings of meetings. Prioritise work received from the
Chief Directorate or other Directorate including EO’s office. Type correspondence, reports, minutes, presentations,
Meeting agendas, spreadsheets etc. Competent in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Prepare meeting documents and
distribute information/documents as requested by the Directorate/Region in hard copy or electronically. Source
information as requested by the Directorate. Receive and register incoming mail and documents and distribute them
within the Directorate/ Region as required. Stock control of office stationery and COVID-19 PPEs. Perform secretarial
and administrative tasks related to expense claims and quality check all documents from the project managers as well
as claims to ensure correctness. Make photocopies, scan documents, and file documents electronically in a logical
order. Maintain an appropriate filing system (manual and computerised) for the Directorate/ Region. Ensure all files are
readily accessible and retrievable at all times. Register the movement and file all documents that come in the Directorate
or leaving the office. Track and follow up on documents that were sent from the Directorate/Region that requires action
or approval. Perform other administrative support functions.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT


POST: SENIOR PRACTITIONER: PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT (REF NO: DHET66/05/2022)


SALARY: R321 543 per annum (Level 8)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF level 6) in Human Resource Management
/ Human Resources Development or equivalent qualification. A minimum of two (2) to three (3) years of experience in
the Educator’s Performance Management and Development/Performance Management environment. Good knowledge
and background in developing educators’ work plans and performance appraisals/ assessments, Understanding of
Public Service legislation, regulations, and policies. Ability to interpret and implement the integrated quality
management system (IQMS) policies, relevant Collective Agreements and Circulars. Knowledge of implementing
IQMS/ educators management system, drafting of educators’ workplans, understanding of the Employment of
Educators Act,1998, Public Service Act and Public Service Regulations, DPSA’s Directives, Educators Collective
Agreements, PSCBC Resolutions and policies applicable to human resources management/ Educators development,
as well as the ability to interpret policies, framework, Educational Labour Relation Council (ELRC) Resolutions and
Knowledge of PFMA and Treasury Regulations. Extensive presentation Skills, Problem Solving Skills, Analytical skills,
Client orientated, Project Management, Team Leadership, Planning and Organising, and People Management.
Computer literacy in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, Good coordination, presentation, and report writing
skills. A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES. Provide technical advice and guidance on the Implementation of IQMS. Provide support and assistance with
work plan development, drafting of performance agreements and conducting performance appraisals/assessments.
Quality assures IQMS work plans and assessments. Ensure alignment of educators’ work plans with the Annual
Performance Plan of the department and the Operational Plan of the unit. Facilitate monitoring for lecturing staff.
Facilitate and coordinate performance moderation sessions. Facilitate the processing of performance management
outcomes for lecturing staff. Facilitate and present in IQMS workshops and training sessions. Conduct validation on
IQMS documents. Ensure legislative and policy compliance and ensure the safekeeping of IQMS documents.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: UNIVERSITY EDUCATION


DIRECTORATE: TEACHER EDUCATION


POST: SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: TEACHER EDUCATION (REF. NO: DHET67/05/2022)


SALARY: R321 543 per annum (Level 8)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Public Administration/
Management or equivalent qualification. A minimum of two (2) to three (3) years of experience in administration related.
Environment. Knowledge of financial management systems and proven experience of at least three years in
administration. Knowledge of Treasury Regulations and the Public Finance Management Act and experience in the
management of monthly cash flow statements are essential, including an understanding of procurement policies, risk
and fraud management, management of leave, etc. The candidate must have above average computer skills (MS
Office). Good communication skills (written and verbal). Good general office management skills and interpersonal skills.
A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: The scope of work of the candidate will include, but not be limited to Managing the MTEF budget process and
monthly cash flow statement for the Directorate, Providing administrative, logistical and financial support to the
Directorate, Providing general office support, including filing, tracking and processing of documents and
correspondence, Compiling, managing and updating monthly, quarterly and annual financial and progress reports,
Setting up meetings, compiling and distributing accurate minutes of meetings, Managing the Director’s diary, Assuming
secretarial functions when required.
NOTE: All shortlisted candidates will be required to write a competency test.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: UNIVERSITY EDUCATION


DIRECTORATE: INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS


POST: SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: SCHOLARSHIPS STUDENT SUPPORT (REF NO: DHET68/05/2022)


SALARY: R321 543 per annum (Level 8)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/ national diploma (NQF Level 6) in International Relations,
Education, Public Administration, PPE (politics, philosophy, and economics), Political Studies, Sociology, Marketing,
or an equivalent qualification. A postgraduate relevant qualification will be an added advantage. A minimum of two (2)
to three (3) years of experience in higher education. Experience related to the administration of international
scholarships or study programmes is an advantage. Experience studying or working abroad is an advantage. The
candidate must be able to work in a team and the ability to work under pressure, be willing to travel and work overtime
when required and be able to think strategically and communicate well (written and verbal) with both internal and
external stakeholders. Shows pride in work and achievements, demonstrates professional competence, is
conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines, and achieving results; is motivated by
professional rather than personal concerns. A high level of expertise and experience in the MS Office Suite. Excellent
email, web, and social media skills. Speaks and writes clearly and effectively, listens to others, correctly interprets
messages from others and responds appropriately, tailors language, tone, style, and format to context. Demonstrates
openness to sharing information and keeping others informed. Interpersonal skills and the ability to manage conflict.
Ability to plan and prioritise work. Aptitude in problem-solving and ability to collect, manage and articulate data and
information. A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Provide administrative support for the implementation of scholarship programmes including stakeholder
engagement. Support scholarship recipients during their studies, including responding to queries, reviewing quarterly
reports, following up on areas of concern for students and elevating problems, when necessary, travel bookings and
record management. Provide administrative assistance in the development of policies, guidelines, and instruments for
offering support to scholarship recipients. Administrative support for pre-departure orientations for scholarship
recipients. Assist with monitoring and reporting on scholarship expenditure. Generally, support the work of the
International Scholarships Directorate, including drafting correspondence and reports on request.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: UNIVERSITY EDUCATION


POST: PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE DEPUTY DIRECTOR-GENERAL: UNIVERSITY EDUCATION (REF NO:
DHET69/05/2022)


SALARY: R321 543 per annum (Level 8)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Public Administration or
equivalent qualification in Secretariat support. A minimum of two (2) to three (3) years of experience in rendering
secretariat and administration services. Advanced office management qualifications will be a distinct advantage. Good
interpersonal and communication skills to interface with people from diverse backgrounds. Reasonable experience in
using computer applications Ms Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Good organizational and basic events
management skills. The ability to create and manage databases, presentations and financial matters will be added
advantages.
DUTIES: The scope of work of the Personal Assistant will include but not be limited to providing administrative support
in the DDG’s office; Managing and administering the DDG’s diary and itinerary; Type and preparing all the necessary
documentation for the DDG; Ensuring the safekeeping and filing of all documentation and records in the office of the
DDG in line with the relevant legislation and policies; Ensure the smooth running of the DDG’s office by handling all
correspondence and queries requiring attention; Respond to enquiries received from internal and external stakeholders;
Obtain inputs, collate and compile reports, e.g., progress, monthly and management reports; Scrutinize routine
submissions/reports and make notes and/or recommendations for the manager; Respond to enquiries received from
internal and external stakeholders. Clarify instructions and notes on behalf of the manager; Handle and manage cash
flow in the office of the manager including petty cash; Perform routine duties in the office of the manager including
telephone, travel arrangements, hotel bookings and arranging appointments and meetings with stakeholders; Interface
with internal and external clients.
Note: All shortlisted candidates will be required to write a competency test.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT


POST: SENIOR INFORMATION SECURITY ANALYST: INFORMATION SECURITY MANAGEMENT AND
GOVERNANCE (REF NO: DHET70/05/2022)


SALARY: R321 543 per annum (Level 8)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in information Security or
Information Technology and Communication (ITC) or an equivalent qualification. A minimum of two (2) to three (3)
years of experience in international certifications: CompTIA Security+ or Certified Information Systems Security
Professional (CISSP) or Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) will be highly advantageous. Knowledge of
Information Technology experience within an Information Security environment. Proven working experience in Security
technologies such as Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP), Symantec Endpoint Encryption (SEE aka PGP), Symantec
Data Loss Prevention (DLP), Symantec Advanced Threat Protection (ATP), Zscaler Cloud Web Security, Identity and
Access Management (IAM), Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) will be very advantageous. Knowledge of ISO27001/2:2013
will be advantageous.
DUTIES: Administration and Operations of the Department’s Managed Security Services infrastructure which includes
both Endpoint and Perimeter Security. Manage the process of vulnerability assessments within the Department.
Resolve identified issues as per the Department’s audit action plan. Implement and manage an effective Patch
Management Process to ensure compliance with the Department’s IT Systems. Implementation of information security
policies on the department’s ICT infrastructure. Perform penetration testing on the Department’s IT Systems.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT AND OPERATIONS


POST: SENIOR INFORMATION TECHNICIAN: SERVICE MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT (REF NO:
DHET71/05/2022)


SALARY: R321 543 per annum (Level 8)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/diploma (NQF Level 6) in Information and Communication
Technology (ICT) or equivalent qualification. ITIL and COBIT Frameworks, N+, A+, A minimum of two (2) three (3)
years’ experience at a technical level in the ICT environment in the Public Service. Good Customer Care, Very Good
communication (Verbal and Written skills, Troubleshooting and problem-solving skills. Must be Innovative and selfdriven. Must understand IT LAN and WAN Support, IT Security, Change Management. Installation and troubleshooting
Apple Mac and Microsoft environment. Knowledge of Office365. Knowledge and troubleshooting transversal systems
(BAS, LOGIS and PERSAL) systems. A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Configuration and maintenance of desktops, notebooks (including Apple Mac) and mobile devices (Ipads and
Tablets). Installing and upgrading applications (e.g., Microsoft Office 365, Adobe Reader, etc.). Creating user accounts
on Active Directory and email accounts (using O365 exchange) for DHET employees. Connecting users to both network
and local printers. Ensure network availability for all ICT infrastructures. Adding computers to the domain. Installation
and updating of antivirus software. Installation and support of transversal systems (BAS, PERSAL, and LOGIS). Ensure
reliable connection and access to shared network drives. Upgrading of operating systems. Mapping of network drives.
Liaise with external vendors and service providers. Analysed and resolve user technical problems. Assist in performing
configuration management on the network. Assist in performing and monitoring backups in line with the Department
backup policy and disaster recovery plan. Assist with the monitoring and performing health checks on the network.
Provide technical support in virtualized server environments. Provide technical support in a LAN environment (routing
& switching), server (DHCP, DNS) and wireless access systems. Supervise interns and junior technicians.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT


POST: SENIOR PRACTITIONER: TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT (REF NO: DHET72/05/2022)


SALARY: R321 543 per annum (Level 8)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Human Resource
Management/ Development/Management of Training or related Social Sciences qualification. A minimum of three (3)
to five (5) years of proven experience in youth development programmes i.e., graduate internship and work-integrated
learning (WIL). Supervisory experience is essential. Knowledge and youth development regulations and directives.
Knowledge of legislative frameworks governed by the Skills Development Act and other related policies and
procedures. Knowledge and understanding of PMDS and IQMS. Knowledge and understating of coordination and
facilitation of training. A relevant PERSAL certificate will be an added advantage. A certificate in facilitation/
Assessor/Moderator will be added advantage. Good administration skills, ability to reach deadlines and teamwork.
Ability to work under pressure, interpersonal skills, presentation skills, knowledge of computer (Microsoft Office
programmes). Planning and organising skills. Good communication skills (verbal and writing) and coordinating skills.
Research skills. A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Coordinate the implementation of youth development programmes. Conduct needs analysis throughout
various branches and facilitates the advertisement of youth development programmes. Coordinate interviews and
coordinate the placement of graduate and student interns in the department. Facilitate the signing of contracts, compile
progress reports, and coordinate and facilitate youth development forums. Facilitate the development of the Work Skills
Plan. Establish and maintain a good relationship with ETDP Seta. Develop the annual Work Skills Plan (WSP) from the
data collected, coordinate Skill Development Committee (SDC) meeting and communicate with SDC relevant staff and
units regarding the preparation and reporting of WSP. Facilitate the submission of quarterly performance assessments
and coordinate the induction in line with the Breaking Barriers to entry (BB2E) programme. Coordinate farewell
ceremony. Administer Internship and leadership programmes. Coordinate quarterly meeting forums with graduate and
student interns. Supervise the staff and manage the development and performance of the staff.
BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
COMPONENT: NATIONAL SKILLS AUTHORITY
POST: SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER: NATIONAL SKILLS AUTHORITY (REF NO: DHET73/05/2022)
SALARY: R321 543 per annum (Level 8)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Public
Management/Administration, Social Sciences, or any other relevant qualification. A minimum of two (2) to three (3)
years of employment experience in rendering secretariat and administration support for senior management. Good
interpersonal and communication skills to interface with people from various backgrounds and skills development
stakeholders. Knowledge and experience in computer applications in office management including MS Word, Excel,
PowerPoint, and Outlook. Good organizational, secretarial, administration, events, and project management skills.
Excellent report, minute writing skills and knowledge of Batho Pele principles.
DUTIES: Render secretarial and administrative support in the National Skills Authority Chief Directorate. Provide
secretarial support for Directorate’s meetings. Coordinate NSA events and projects. Maintain electronic and manual
records, keeping system for Directorate meetings. Prepare documentation for NSA meetings and events. Provide
support for NSA projects and assist in the coordination of research studies to enable the NSA to fulfil its advisory role.
Provide administrative support during the development of NSA reports. Any other work as directed by the Director/
Executive Officer of the NSA.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT


DIRECTORATE: SETA SUPPORT AND LEARNERSHIP


POST: SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: OCCUPATIONAL QUALITY INSTITUTIONAL PLANNING AND
SUPPORT (REF NO: 74/05/2022)


SALARY: R321 245 per annum (Level 8)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/National Diploma (NQF Level 6 in Public Administration/Financial
Management/Auditing or equivalent qualification. A minimum of two (2) to three (3) years of experience within the
Education and Training or Skills Development environment. Knowledge of Training and Development. Knowledge of
Project Management and Financial management. Knowledge of Skills Development legislation such as the National
Qualification Framework (NQF) Act, Skills Development Act (SDA), Skills Development Levies Act, Public Finance
Management Act; Labour Relations Act; key South African labour market issues and partners; skills supply and demand
in South Africa, a good understanding of the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO) and Sector Education
and Training Authorities (SETAs); Demonstrable ability to produce reports and coordinate multiple stakeholder
meetings and workshops. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Computer literacy, investigation skills, report
analytical skills, monitoring, and evaluation skills. Experience in organisational development, support, and conflict
resolution. A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Assist in the monitoring performance of the QCTO against predetermined objectives. Assist in ensuring that
the QCTO complies with the legislative framework for strategic planning. Assist in ensuring that the QCTO performance
outcome is in line with the legislative framework; evaluation of the QCTO Strategic Plans (SP) and Annual Performance
Plan (APP) to ensure alignment to the sector skills plans. Develop and manage strategic plans and annual performance
plans of the QCTO in line with the implementation of priorities of the NSDS and other Government and sectorial
priorities; develop and agree on the key performance measures for delivery of core functions for the QCTO; Develop
and agree on sector-specific key deliverables and provide support to the QCTO and resolve matters relating to quality
assurance. Manage the process of determination for the QCTO funding in line with the SETA Grant Regulations.
Develop and communicate a schedule for the approval of the QCTO funding by the Minister to relevant stakeholders.
Ensure that the QCTO submits the budget as per the date scheduled for the Minister’s approval of the QCTO funding
request. Manage the QCTO corporate governance matter, assist in the process of appointing the QCTO Council and
the Chief Executive Officer, assist in guiding and coordinating the induction of the newly appointed QCTO Council
members. Provide support to the QCTO and monitor the implementation of its APP, assist with the coordination of
meetings between the Skills Development Branch Management and the QCTO Executives designed to address issues
of governance, funding, and performance. Assist with drafting of circulars, letters, and submissions.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: UNIVERSITY EDUCATION


DIRECTORATE: UNIVERSITY RESEARCH SUPPORT AND POLICY DEVELOPMENT


POST: SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER: UNIVERSITY RESEARCH SUPPORT AND POLICY


DEVELOPMENT (REF DHET 75/05/2022)
SALARY: R321 543 per annum (Level 8)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Public
Management/Administration or equivalent qualification in Social Sciences. A minimum of two (2) to three (3) years of
employment experience in rendering secretariat and administration support. Good knowledge of the post-school
education and training system. Knowledge and understanding of policies and regulatory frameworks governing higher
education. Understanding of key stakeholder bodies in the higher education sector. Good interpersonal and
communication skills, planning and organization of work, and administration skills. Technical proficiency; monitoring
and evaluation; analysis and compiling presentations. Knowledge management. Strong time management and
problem-solving skills are an advantage. Budgeting and financial management. Knowledge of Treasury Regulations
and the Public Finance Management Act is essential. Ability to function well under pressure and ability to interact well
with people from a wide variety of backgrounds and levels. Excellent communication both in writing and verbally. Good
planning, organizational and management skills. Knowledge and experience in computer applications in office
management including MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: The scope of the work of a successful candidate will include, but not be limited to Coordination of
administrative support and activities pertaining to the Directorate; Assist with the implementation of the research output
and various other policies; Supporting the process of journal applications for inclusion on the South African approved
journals list; Regular update and maintenance of the South African approved journals list; Prepare data and carry out
analyses of research output performance of Universities; Liaison with internal and external stakeholders relating to the
work of the Directorate; Track and maintain records of all financial transactions in the Chief Directorate; Management
of monthly cash flow statements, procurement policies and practices and risk and fraud management; Manage all
logistical arrangements for the Directorate; Participate actively as a team member in the activities and functions of the
Directorate.
NOTE: All short-listed candidates will be required to undertake a competency assessment


BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES


COMPONENT: NATIONAL SKILLS FUND


POST: ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANCE: REF NO: DHET76/05/2022


SALARY: R 261 372 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/diploma (NQF Level 6) in Financial Management. A minimum of
two (2) to three (3) years of experience in financial management systems and proven experience years in
administration. Knowledge of Treasury Regulations and the Public Finance Management Act and experience in the
management of monthly cash flow statements are essential, including an understanding of procurement policies, risk
and fraud management, management of leave, etc. Possess good computer skills (MS Office), Good interpersonal and
communication skills, planning and organization of work, and administration skills. General office management skills
and excellent interpersonal skills. A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Perform administrative duties for the DHET projects funded by NSF through the DHET growth grant.
Correspond with internal and external stakeholders. Source information and supporting documentation related to DHET
projects. Identify projects the contract date has ended and obtain a close-out report to finalise the closure of the project.
Verify the contract values, contract start, and end dates and payments made. Type correspondence, reports,
spreadsheets, and any other related material as requested. Compare the information in the NSF records with DHET
records to ensure the accuracy of information. Verify information on the commission schedule and cash flows against
documents in the file. Prepare documents and distribute information or documents internally or externally as requested.
Arrange meetings. Type correspondence, reports, minutes, presentations, spreadsheets and related material from
Dictaphone or handwritten notes. This involves working on Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Perform administrative tasks
related to expense claims. Make photocopies, scan documents, file documents electronically in a logical order and
receive or send facsimiles. Maintain an appropriate filing system for the Chief Directorate. Coordinate business travel
and accommodation as required. Participate as an active member of the NSF.
NOTE: All shortlisted candidates will be required to write a competency test.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: SETA SUPPORT AND LEARNERSHIP


POST: ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: LEVY GRANT (REF NO: DHET 77/05/2022)


SALARY: R261 372 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Public
Administration/Management/Social Sciences/Economics. A minimum of one (1) to two (3) years’ experience in
rendering administration functions within a Training and development environment. A relevant work experience in PostSchool Education and Training sector will serve as an added advantage. Knowledge of Departmental policies and
procedures; Skills Development Act; Skills Development Levies Act; Basic Conditions of Employment; Batho Pele
Principles; Communication Skills; excellent planning and organising skills; ability to work collaboratively with a range of
Stakeholders. Computer literacy. A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Responsible for assisting stakeholders with the Inter-SETA transfer process. Compile BAS payments for the
21 SETAs and National Skills Fund (NSF). Liaise with SETAs, South African Revenue Services (SARS) and other
stakeholders on skills levy related matters. Provide support in the development of policies and regulations, draft and
compile letters, submissions, memos, reports, and other official correspondence. Handle enquiries from various
stakeholders within the PSET system; coordinate meetings and arrange the logistics timeously in preparation for the
meetings, arrange travelling and accommodation; analyse and evaluate the Inter-seta transfers applications.
Safekeeping records of official documents; and performing other administrative duties as assigned by the Supervisor.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT AND OPERATIONS


FOUR (4) POSTS: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TECHNICIAN (REF NO: DHET78/05/2022)


SALARY: R261 372 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Information Technology or
equivalent qualification. A minimum of one (1) two (2) years’ work experience in the Information and Communication
Technology (ICT) field as an IT Technician. An experience at a technical level in the ICT environment in the Public
Service will serve as an added advantage. Good Customer Care and client-oriented focus. Good communication skills
(Verbal and Written), Troubleshooting and problem-solving skills. Knowledge and understanding of IT LAN and WAN
Support, IT Security. Installation and troubleshooting Apple Mac and Microsoft environment. Knowledge of Office365.
Knowledge and troubleshooting transversal systems (BAS, LOGIS and PERSAL). A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Configuration and maintenance of desktops, notebooks (including Apple Mac) and mobile devices (Ipads and
Tablets). Installing and upgrading applications (e.g., Microsoft Office 365, Adobe Reader, etc.). Creating user accounts
on Active Directory and email accounts (using O365 exchange) for DHET employees. Connecting users to both network
and local printers. Ensure network availability for all ICT infrastructures. Adding computers to the domain. Installation
and updating of antivirus software. Installation and support of transversal systems (BAS, PERSAL and LOGIS). Ensure
reliable connection and access to shared network drives. Upgrading of operating systems. Mapping of network drives.
Liaise with external vendors and service providers. Analyse and resolve user technical problems.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: OFFICE OF DIRECTOR-GENERAL


DIRECTORATE: RISK, FRAUD, ETHICS, AND INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT


POST: FRAUD PREVENTION OFFICER: FRAUD PREVENTION (REF NO: DHET79/05/2022)


SALARY: SALARY: R 261 372 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/National Diploma qualification (NQF Level 6) in Fraud
Management/ Auditing/Accounting/ Forensic Investigation equivalent qualification. A minimum of one (1) to two (2)
years of work experience in anti-fraud experience in an anti-fraud/ corruption environment. Knowledge: High level of
investigation and audit skills, principles and practices, knowledge and experience of investigative interviews techniques,
knowledge of Government/Departmental and Anti-Corruption/Anti-Fraud Policies Processes and Procedures,
knowledge of the environment of Whistleblowing in South Africa and the handling of classified information/or and
“Protected Disclosures”, Legal environment: taking of Section 204 statements, the handling of evidence (laws of
evidence, the ability to work independently and the ability to work with law enforcement agencies to prepare cases for
Court in criminal matters. Fraud related administration and operational duties. Knowledge and understanding of Batho
Pele Principles, Public Service Regulations, and other relevant prescripts. Skills: Planning and organizing, Time
Management, Conflict Management, Analytical, Investigation, Communication (verbal & written), Computer literacy,
Presentation. Ability to work under pressure and to deliver within agreed time frames. Willingness to travel and a valid
A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Assist in the Implementation of Fraud and Anti-Corruption Strategies. Assist with investigations in reported
cases of Fraud and Corruption. Assistant in the recovery of all assets acquired fraudulently. Analyse system capabilities
for anti-fraud & corruption management programmes. Safekeeping of evidence. Organizing meetings with people of
interest. Arrangement of travel logistics.
ENQUIRIES: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


COMPONENT: WESTERN/NORTHERN CAPE REGIONAL OFFICE


POST: IT TECHNICIAN: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES (REF NO: DHET80/05/2022)


SALARY: R261 372 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE: Cape Town
(This post is being re-advertised and candidates who had previously applied may re-apply)
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Information Technology or
equivalent qualification. A minimum of one (1) to two 2) years’ work experience in the Information Technology field as
an IT Technician. The industry recognised certifications such as MCSE/ MCITP, A+, N+ Security +, ITIL as well as
other IT governance frameworks will be an added advantage. Good communication, problem-solving, ICT infrastructure
support and Customer relationship skills. Network Administration, IT Service Management. Sound knowledge of COBIT
5 Foundation, ITIL and other IT Governance frameworks. Installation and support of transversal systems (BAS,
PERSAL and LOGIS). Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: To provide Local Area Network and Desktop support services: Creating a user account on desktop and laptop
(mailbox and windows). Unlocking of password using AdminPack. Setting up desktops, printers, and data projectors.
Configuring mainframe applications. Provide support for data migration during computer setup. Provide telephonic
support. Troubleshooting of all issues reported. Gather and analyse users’ issues in ICT and provide solutions. Provide
support for identified Level 8 and/ Level 910 issues where configuration solutions have already been documented on
the ITIL. IT helpdesk services: Provide first level contact and convey resolutions to customer issues as requested by
level 8/9. Perform any other related function as requested by Supervisor.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


COMPONENT: WESTERN/NORTHERN CAPE REGIONAL OFFICE


POST: COMMUNICATION OFFICER: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES (REF NO: DHET81/05/2022)


SALARY: R261 372 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE: Cape Town
(This post is being re-advertised and candidates who had previously applied may re-apply)
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Communication Studies /Media
Studies /Journalism/ Public Relations/ Marketing. A minimum of one (1) to two (2) years of working experience in the
relevant field. News writing expertise. Proficiency in at least three (3) official languages. Knowledge and practical
working experience in news writing, reviewing, and proofreading. Knowledge and understanding of media
management. Knowledge of techniques and procedures for the planning and execution of media activities. Programme
and project management. Problem-solving and analytical skills. People and diversity management. Client orientation
and customer focus. Ability to work under pressure, travel nationally and meet deadlines. Accountability and ethical
conduct. Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines. An understanding of and commitment to government
objectives, policies, and programmes. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: To handle various matters related to internal and external communication in the Regional Office. Conduct
elementary research on matters related to communication. Collect information towards assisting with the drafting of
speeches, media statements/press releases, etc. for different events or occasions of the Department. Prepare and/or
facilitate the printing of departmental publications to ensure effective communication to all stakeholders of the
department e.g., Annual reports, Departmental newsletters/ brochures. Annual calendars, Event programmes, Greeting
cards, nameplates for officials within the Department, Design, and layout of publications for printing, and design draft
for printing companies. Assist in the development of and ensure the successful implementation of the department
communication policy to promote and enhance communication within and outside the Department. Update information
on the Departmental website and liaise with the website designer on matters related thereto. Handle various matters
related to the drafting of responses to media- and press releases, newsletters, and articles. Rendering photographer
services to the Department. Monitor media coverage and compile a synoptic report of issues that affect and/or impact
the Departments towards informing appropriate responses by the relevant authority. Arrange and /Or assist with the
arrangement and/or coordination of departmental events to promote the image of the department in the Region.
Represent the unit in various meetings. Perform any other related functions as requested by the supervisor.
Disclaimer Considering restrictions on travel during phases 5 to 1 of lockdown levels, you are encouraged to email
your application with the relevant supporting documentation. You must quote the reference number in the subject line.
ENQUIRIES: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


COMPONENT: MPUMALANGA/NORTH WEST REGIONAL OFFICE


POST: COMMUNICATION OFFICER: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES (REF NO: DHET82/05/2022)


SALARY: R261 372 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE: Standerton
(This post is being re-advertised and candidates who had previously applied may re-apply)
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/National Diploma (NQF Level 6) in Communication Studies
/Media Studies /Journalism/ Public Relations/ Marketing. A minimum of three (3) years of working experience in the
relevant field. News writing expertise. Proficiency in at least three (3) official languages. Knowledge and practical
working experience in news writing, reviewing, and proofreading. Knowledge and understanding of media
management. Knowledge of techniques and procedures for the planning and execution of media activities. Programme
and project management. Problem-solving and analytical skills. People and diversity management. Client orientation
and customer focus. Ability to work under pressure, travel nationally and meet deadlines. Accountability and ethical
conduct. Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines. An understanding of and commitment to government
objectives, policies, and programmes. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: To handle various matters related to internal and external communication in the Regional Office. Conduct
elementary research on matters related to communication. Collect information towards assisting with the drafting of
speeches, media statements/press releases, etc. for different events or occasions of the Department. Prepare and/or
facilitate the printing of departmental publications to ensure effective communication to all stakeholders of the
department e.g., Annual reports, Departmental newsletters/ brochures. Annual calendars, Event programmes, Greeting
cards, nameplates for officials within the Department, Design, and layout of publications for printing, and design draft
for printing companies. Assist in the development of and ensure the successful implementation of the department
communication policy to promote and enhance communication within and outside the Department. Update information
on the Departmental website and liaise with the website designer on matters related thereto. Handle various matters
related to the drafting of responses to media- and press releases, newsletters, and articles. Rendering photographer
services to the Department. Monitor media coverage and compile a synoptic report of issues that affect and/or impact
the Departments towards informing appropriate responses by the relevant authority. Arrange and /Or assist with the
arrangement and/or coordination of departmental events to promote the image of the department in the Region.
Represent the unit in various meetings. Perform any other related functions as requested by the supervisor.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


COMPONENT: EASTERN CAPE REGIONAL OFFICES


POST: COMMUNICATION OFFICER: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES (REF NO: DHET83/05/2022)


SALARY: R261 372 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE: East London
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Communication Studies /Media
Studies /Journalism/ Public Relations/ Marketing. A minimum of one (1) to two (2) years of working experience in the
relevant field. News writing expertise. Proficiency in at least three (3) official languages. Knowledge and practical
working experience in news writing, reviewing, and proofreading. Knowledge and understanding of media
management. Knowledge of techniques and procedures for the planning and execution of media activities. Programme
and project management. Problem-solving and analytical skills. People and diversity management. Client orientation
and customer focus. Ability to work under pressure, travel nationally and meet deadlines. Accountability and ethical
conduct. Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines. An understanding of and commitment to government
objectives, policies, and programmes. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: To handle various matters related to internal and external communication in the Regional Office. Conduct
elementary research on matters related to communication. Collect information towards assisting with the drafting of
speeches, media statements/press releases, etc. for different events or occasions of the Department. Prepare and/or
facilitate the printing of departmental publications to ensure effective communication to all stakeholders of the
department e.g., Annual reports, Departmental newsletters/ brochures. Annual calendars, Event programmes, Greeting
cards, nameplates for officials within the Department, Design, and layout of publications for printing, and design draft
for printing companies. Assist in the development of and ensure the successful implementation of the department
communication policy to promote and enhance communication within and outside the Department. Update information
on the Departmental website and liaise with the website designer on matters related thereto. Handle various matters
related to the drafting of responses to media- and press releases, newsletters, and articles. Rendering photographer
services to the Department. Monitor media coverage and compile a synoptic report of issues that affect and/or impact
the Departments towards informing appropriate responses by the relevant authority. Arrange and /Or assist with the
arrangement and/or coordination of departmental events to promote the image of the department in the Region.
Represent the unit in various meetings. Perform any other related functions as requested by the supervisor.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


COMPONENT: MPUMALANGA/NORTHWEST REGIONAL OFFICE


POST: STATE ACCOUNTANT: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES (REF NO: DHET84/05/2022)


SALARY: R261 372 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE: Standerton
(This post is being re-advertised and candidates who had previously applied may re-apply)
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Financial Management
/Accounting. A minimum of three (3) year’s relevant experience in Budget Management. Other Skills/ Requirements:
Knowledge and experience in BAS, and PERSAL. Thorough knowledge of PFMA, Treasury Regulations and financial
management policies and procedures. Must be computer literate (Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel). Candidates
must have work experience in Budget processes, Accounts Payable and Supply Chain Management processes. Sound
accounting skills. Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: The successful candidate will be responsible for compiling and monitoring of budget Mpumalanga/North West
Regional Office. Assist in the coordination and preparation of the budget by providing technical support to the
programmes for the MTEF budget process. Compile monthly, quarterly, and annual expenditure reports. Monitor budget
spending by set policies and procedures. Ensure that misallocations are cleared monthly. Quality checks all requisitions
and ensures SCOA allocation is committed in the relevant items and corrected where needed. Provide technical support
and advice to Mpumalanga/North West Regional Office Staff, programme managers and institutions. Assist in preparing
audit pack for internal and external audit purposes. Basic knowledge of supply chain duties, and practices as well as
the ability to capture data, operate computers and collect statistics. Provide efficient procurement services to the
Region. Ensure compliance with policies and procedures that regulate and govern Supply Chain Management. Ensure
that all appropriate procedures are followed in the procurement of stock and services. Maintain proper update of
Procurement Register for requisitions made. Prepare monthly Procurement Reports and monitor procurement plans.
Perform any other finance-related functions as required by the supervisor.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


COMPONENT: GAUTENG/ FREE STATE REGIONAL OFFICE


POST: PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE REGIONAL MANAGER (REF NO: DHET85/05/2022)


SALARY: R261 372 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE: Johannesburg
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 or NCV Level 4 certificate. An appropriate
bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Office Administration/Secretarial or equivalent qualification will be
an added advantage. A minimum of two (2) to three (3) years in rendering secretarial and administrative support. Good
interpersonal and communication skills to interface with people from diverse backgrounds. Reasonable experience in
using computer applications Ms Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access. Good organisational and basic events
management skills. The ability to create and manage databases, presentations and financial matters will be added
advantages.
DUTIES: The successful candidate will be responsible for the following duties: Provide administrative support in the
Regional Manager’s office. Manage and administer the Regional Manager’s diary and itinerary. Type and prepare all
the necessary documentation and records in the office of the Regional Manager in line with the relevant legislation and
policies. Ensure the smooth running of the Regional Manager’s office by handling all correspondence and queries
requiring the attention of the Regional Manager. Respond to enquiries received from internal and external stakeholders.
Obtain inputs, collates and compile reports, e.g., progress, monthly and management reports. Scrutinise routine
submissions/reports and make notes and/or recommendations for the Regional Manager. Clarify instructions and notes
on behalf of the Regional Manager. Perform routine duties in the office of the Regional Manager including telephone,
travel arrangements, accommodation bookings and arranging appointments and meetings with stakeholders. Interface
with internal and external clients.
ENQUIRIES: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


CHIEF DIRECTORATE: HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL SECRETARIAT


POST: PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE CHIEF DIRECTOR (REF NO: DHET86/05/2022)


SALARY: R261 372 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 or NCV Level 4 certificate. An appropriate
bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Office Administration/Secretarial or equivalent qualification will be
an added advantage. A minimum of two (2) to three (3) years in rendering secretarial and administrative support. Good
interpersonal and communication skills to interface with people from diverse backgrounds. Reasonable experience in
using computer applications Ms Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access. Good organisational and basic events
management skills. The ability to create and manage databases, presentations and financial matters will be added
advantages.
DUTIES: The successful candidate will be responsible for the following duties: Provide administrative support in the
Chief Director’s office. Manage and administer the Chief Director’s diary and itinerary. Type and prepare all the
necessary documentation and records in the office of the Regional Manager in line with the relevant legislation and
policies. Ensure the smooth running of the Chief Director’s office by handling all correspondence and queries requiring
the attention of the Chief Director. Respond to enquiries received from internal and external stakeholders. Obtain inputs,
collates and compile reports, e.g., progress, monthly and management reports. Scrutinise routine submissions/reports
and make notes and/or recommendations for the Chief Director. Clarify instructions and notes on behalf of the Chief
Director. Perform routine duties in the office of the Chief Director including telephone, travel arrangements,
accommodation bookings and arranging appointments and meetings with stakeholders. Interface with internal and
external clients.
ENQUIRIES: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


CHIEF DIRECTORATE: CORPORATE COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA LIAISON


POST: PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE CHIEF DIRECTOR (REF NO: DHET87/05/2022)


SALARY: R261 372 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 or NCV Level 4 certificate. An appropriate
bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Office Administration/Secretarial or equivalent qualification will be
an added advantage. A minimum of two (2) to three (3) years in rendering secretarial and administrative support. Good
interpersonal and communication skills to interface with people from diverse backgrounds. Reasonable experience in
using computer applications Ms Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access. Good organisational and basic events
management skills. The ability to create and manage databases, presentations and financial matters will be added
advantages.
DUTIES: The successful candidate will be responsible for the following duties: Provide administrative support in the
Chief Director’s office. Manage and administer the Chief Director’s diary and itinerary. Type and prepare all the
necessary documentation and records in the office of the Regional Manager in line with the relevant legislation and
policies. Ensure the smooth running of the Chief Director’s office by handling all correspondence and queries requiring
the attention of the Chief Director. Respond to enquiries received from internal and external stakeholders. Obtain inputs,
collates and compile reports, e.g., progress, monthly and management reports. Scrutinise routine submissions/reports
and make notes and/or recommendations for the Chief Director. Clarify instructions and notes on behalf of the Chief
Director. Perform routine duties in the office of the Chief Director including telephone, travel arrangements,
accommodation bookings and arranging appointments and meetings with stakeholders. Interface with internal and
external clients.
ENQUIRIES: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


CHIEF DIRECTORATE: SECURITY ADVISORY SERVICES


POST: VETTING INVESTIGATOR (REF NO: DHET88/05/2022)


SALARY: R261 372 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate three-year NQF Level 6 qualification in Social Science/ Security Management. State
Security Agency (SSA) Security Vetting Course/SANDF or SAPS. A minimum of three (3) years’ experience in vetting
investigations. Knowledge and understanding of government legislative framework in security, and other relevant
prescripts. Good planning and organising skills. Time management, conflict management and analytical, Investigation
Skills, and communication skills (verbal & written). Computer literacy, Presentation. Ability to work under pressure and
to deliver within agreed time frames. Ability to liaise with internal and external stakeholders on matters of importance
and ability to keep confidentiality. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: The collection of information and conducting of security vetting investigation. Conduct security vetting
awareness programmes. Conduct fieldwork security vetting investigations and collection of information. Ensure
confidentiality of the information collected. The processing of information collected and administration of vetting files.
Compile vetting reports. File and manage vetting documents. Report findings and recommendations to the supervisor.
The liaison with the State Security Agency (SSA).
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: EMPLOYEE HEALTH AND WELLNESS


THREE (3) POSTS: EMPLOYEE HEALTH AND WELLNESS PRACTITIONER (REF NO: DHET89/05/2022)


SALARY: R261 372 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: an appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Psychology/Behavioural
Science/ Social Work majoring in Psychology. A minimum of one (1) to two (2) years of practical experience in the
Employee Health and Wellness environment. Knowledge of HIV/AIDS legislation and related policies. Knowledge of
Employee Health and Wellness Integrated Strategic Framework in the Public Service. Knowledge of all four EHW
Pillars, in-depth knowledge in conducting counselling, psycho-education, and trauma debriefing. Knowledge of the
Mental Health Care Act, EHWP related legislations and understanding of all PILIR processes and COID Act.
Registration with the relevant professional body will be an added advantage. Membership with Interpersonal relations
skills, Communication skills (written, presentation, verbal and listening). Analytical thinking, problem-solving and
decision-making skills, Innovative and creative, Project management skills, presentation skills, Strategic capability,
Client orientation, change management skills, report writing skills, confidentiality, and code of ethics. Understanding of
Public Service legislation, regulations, and policies. Computer literacy in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook,
Good coordination and report writing skills. A valid driver’s licence will be added advantage.
DUTIES: Administer the Employee Health and Wellness Programme, Assist with the planning, coordination and
implementation of all Health and Wellness interventions, Assist with the evaluation of the impact of employee health
and wellness programmes, and Provide education and awareness on health and wellness related issues, Provide
advice and guidance to management and staff on EHW related matters, Ensure the monitoring and evaluation of the
EHW, Benchmark EHW practices to ensure best practice in all EHW programmes for DHET staff, Promote health
awareness and the facilitation of health-related events, activities and interventions. Conduct counselling, psychoeducation, and trauma debriefing. Facilitate and monitor the implementation of any required recommendations made
by the service providers. Ability to unpack and analyse the implementation of incapacity leaves and the management
of sick leave trends, compiling submission on ill-health Retirement for the employees. Managing wellness centre,
providing First-Aid to employees and management administration of Injury on duty. Active case management. Effective
record management. Compiling and writing EHW reports, system monitoring tools and submissions/internal and
external memorandums.
ENQUIRIES: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


COMPONENT: WESTERN/NORTHERN CAPE REGIONAL OFFICE


DIRECTORATE: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


POST: PERSONNEL PRACTITIONER: HRM&D (REF NO: DHET90/05/2022)


SALARY: R261 372 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE: Cape Town
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Human Resource
Management/Human Resource Development/Administration or equivalent qualification. Personnel Administration
PERSAL Certificate is essential. A minimum of three (3) to five (5) years’ experience in Human Resource Management.
Knowledge of Human Resource Management, Legislation, Regulations and Policies. Personnel Administration
PERSAL system. Good facilitation skills, organisational, coordination, presentation and report writing skills. Knowledge
of Performance Management and Development processes, Public Service Regulations, other HR legislation, prescripts
and PERSAL system. Good communication skills (verbal and non-verbal), negotiation, team building, problem-solving,
conflict resolution and ability to work under pressure. Computer Literacy in MS Office (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
and Outlook). Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Monitor and coordinate Recruitment and Selection processes. Implement and execute effective Human
Resource functions. Formulate advertisements. Coordinate and manage employment equity and render an effective
HR advisory service to management and employees. Provide training and support to subordinates. Manage and
support the performance of subordinates. Allocate and control delegated work and provide monthly statistics and
reports. Control and provide administrative service and ensure compliance with applicable legislation. Implement and
monitor Personnel and salary policies and procedures. Implementation and monitoring of appointments; transfers;
translations; allowances GEHS; Terminations. Perform other duties requested by supervisor.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


COMPONENT: WESTERN/NORTHERN CAPE REGIONAL OFFICE


POST: EMPLOYEE HEALTH AND WELLNESS OFFICER: (REF NO: DHET91/05/2022)


SALARY: R261 372 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE: Cape Town
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Psychology and/or Social Work
majoring in psychology or equivalent qualification. A minimum of three (3) to five (5) years of practical experience in
the Employee Health and Wellness environment. Knowledge of Employee Health and Wellness Integrated Strategic
Framework in the Public Service. Sound knowledge of all four EHW Pillars, in-depth knowledge in conducting
counselling, psychoeducation, and trauma debriefing. EH&W candidates who are registered with the respective
professional bodies will have an added advantage. Understanding of all Pillar processes and COID Act. Interpersonal
relations skills. Communication skills (written and verbal) presentation and listening). Analytical thinking, problemsolving and decision-making skills, Innovative and creative, Project management skills, presentation skills, Strategic
capability, Client orientation, change management skills, report writing skills, confidentiality, and code of ethics.
Understanding of Public Service legislation, regulations, and policies. Computer literacy in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint
and Outlook, Good coordination and report writing skills. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Administer the Employee Health and Wellness Programme, Assist with the planning, coordination and
implementation of all Health and Wellness interventions. Assist with the evaluation of the impact of employee health
and wellness programmes. Provide education and awareness on health and wellness related issues. Provide advice
and guidance to management and staff on EH&W related matters, Ensure the monitoring and evaluation of the EH&W.
Benchmark EH&W practices to ensure best practice in all EH&W programmes for Regional Office, CET and TVET
Colleges staff, Promote health awareness and the facilitation of health-related events, activities, and interventions
(Wellness Day, HIV/AIDS, etc.). Conduct counselling, psycho-education, and trauma debriefing. Facilitate and monitor
the implementation of any required recommendations made by the service providers. Ability to unpack and analyse the
implementation of incapacity leaves and the management of sick leave trends, compiling submission on ill-health
Retirement for the employees. Managing wellness centre, providing First-Aid to employees and management
administration of Injury on duty. Active case management. Effective record management. Compiling and writing EH&W
reports, system monitoring tools and submissions/internal and external memorandums. Perform any other related
ENQUIRIES: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 51


BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT


DIRECTORATE: ARTISAN TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT CENTRE


POST: PRACTITIONER: AUXILIARY SUPPORT SERVICES (REF NO: DHET92/05/2022)


SALARY: R261 372 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE: Olifantsfontein
REQUIREMENT: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Public Administration/ Business
administration or equivalent qualification. A minimum of three (3) to five (5) working experience in a Support Services
environment with at least two (2) years of experience at the Supervisory level. Good knowledge and understanding of
HR prescripts and Policies. Knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety Act. Knowledge of Batho Pele Principles.
Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Report writing, planning, organizing, verbal and written
communication skills. Problem-solving, administration, filing and time management skills. Good understanding of
procurement processes. Ability to communicate with Stakeholders. Good supervisory skills. A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: These will include supervising and inspecting the daily cleaning of assigned offices, admin blocks, bathrooms,
corridors area and public areas to the highest standards, this includes a hygiene services contract. Planning the working
schedules of staff and cleaning programs. Ensure the registry offices are maintained, ensure all the telephones are
working and the reception area is maintained. Maintain and control the shredding machine and recycling contracts.
Telecom and Post offices payment is processed on time. Supervision of Auxiliary personnel, managing and controlling
staff performance working schedules are used. Ensure staff is assessed and that performance agreements are in place.
The signing of leave forms, leave register as well as resolving internal staff conflicts and misunderstandings. Ensure
the booking of the venues and hall is maintained. Maintain a good standard of cleanliness, the place is controlled, and
assets are secured. Report any faults for repairs. Ensure the ordering of cleaning material for daily usage and do the
request of goods and services required by the unit. Issuing and receiving the stock and submitting the invoices. Keep
updated on the stock register.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: INFORMATION RESOURCE AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT


TWO (2) POSTS: CHIEF REGISTRY CLERK (REF NO: DHET93/05/2022)


SALARY: R261 372 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate/ (Vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Records Management or equivalent qualification
will serve as an added advantage. A minimum of three (3) to five (5) relevant working experiences in the registry
environment. Knowledge of registry duties, and practices. Knowledge of storage and retrieval procedures in terms of
the working environment. Knowledge of disposal procedure. Knowledge of records/ documents management, a file
plan, mail, and courier service procedures. Knowledge Information Act (PAIA) and National Archives and Records
Service Act (NARSA). Knowledge of electronic document and records management system (EDRMS). Planning and
organizing skills. Communication (verbal and written) skills. Problem-solving skills, Customer care and Client orientation
skills. Computer literacy. Liaison skills, Analytical skills, Interpersonal skills. Telephone etiquette. Good leadership skills.
Attributes: Accurate. Confident, Ability to work under pressure. Ability to work in a team and independently.
DUTIES: Supervise the implementation of the manual and electronic document management system (EDMS) and
ensure that all scanned documents are filed to the establishment standard procedure. Ensure verification of files,
opening, scanning, filing, and replenishing of files. Attend to clients, handle telephonic and other enquiries received
and register hand-delivered mail/files. Facilitate a process to address archiving of files for employees who exited the
system Ensure that all day-to-day transactions are scanned and filed on the employee’s files. Manage Records staff,
Leave and PMDS. Supervise and render an effective filing and record management service. Supervise the processing
of documents for archiving and/or disposal of electronic scanned files or documents, and package files for archives and
distribution. Supervise, develop, and implement best practice model on paper-based records management.t Compile
a list of documents to be archived and submit to the supervisor, Keep records for archived documents. Supervise
Human Resources/staff and allocate and ensure the quality of work, Manage Records staff, Leave and PMDS,
Personnel development. Assess staff development, apply discipline and do monthly and weeklyeports.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165

BRANCH: PLANNING, POLICY, AND STRATEGY


DIRECTORATE: NATIONAL QUALIFICATION FRAMEWORK AND PSET SYSTEM PLANNING


POST: ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER: (REF NO: DHET94/05/2022)


SALARY: R261 372 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 7) in Public
Administration/Management or related qualification in Social Sciences. A minimum of three (3) years of relevant
administrative experience. Good knowledge of the Post-School Education and Training system. Knowledge and
understanding of policies and regulatory frameworks governing higher education. Understanding of key stakeholder
bodies in the higher education sector. Budgeting and financial management. Knowledge of Treasury Regulations and
the Public Finance Management Act is essential. Ability to function well under pressure and ability to interact well with
people from a wide variety of backgrounds and levels. Good interpersonal and communication skills, report writing,
problem-solving skills, financial management, planning and organisation of work, and administration skills. Time
management and problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently and attention to detail. Computer literacy (MS
Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, and Outlook). A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: These will include providing administrative support and activities pertaining to the Directorate; Office
management and receiving and tracking of all correspondence and submissions within the Directorate. Liaise with
internal and external stakeholders relating to the work of the Directorate; Track and maintain records of all financial
transactions in the Directorate. Process monthly cash flow statements and procurement. Ensure that all logistical
arrangements for the Directorate. Track and process correspondence and documents. Prepare supporting
documentation for meetings where required and any other matters relating to the administration of the Directorate.
Participate actively as a team member in the activities and functions of the Directorate.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT


DIRECTORATE: ARTISAN TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT CENTRE


POST: SENIOR HOUSEKEEPER SUPERVISOR: AUXILIARY SUPPORT SERVICES (REF NO: DHET95/05/2022)


SALARY: R211 713 per annum (Level 6)


CENTRE: Olifantsfontein
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma in hospitality or equivalent qualification will serve as an added
advantage. A minimum of three (3) years to five (5) years of working experience in a housekeeping or hospitality related
environment. The candidate must be computer literate (MS Office) Good interpersonal relations, administration, have
and good communication skills. Good knowledge of Departmental policies. Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel,
PowerPoint). Report writing, planning, organizing, verbal and written communication skills. Problem-solving,
administration, filing, and time management skills.
DUTIES: will include general supervision of food and accommodation. Ordering stock from stores/suppliers. Control
booking of meetings. Supervise the preparation of meals for candidates. Supervise serving of meals. Assess the
performance of staff and arrange training.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT


DIRECTORATE: SETA SUPPORT AND LEARNERSHIP


POST: GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE CLERK: LEARNING PROGRAMME SUPPORT (REF NO: DHET 96/05/2022)


SALARY: R176 310 per annum (Level 5)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS. An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Public Administration/Management/Social
Sciences/Economics will be an added advantage. A minimum of one (1) to two (2) years of experience in rendering
secretariat and administrative functions in supporting SETAs to implement the National Skills Development Strategy
(NSDS III) and National Skills Accord. Knowledge of Departmental policies and procedures; Skills Development Act;
Skills Development Levies Act; Organising Framework for Occupations (OFO); SETA Workplace-Based Learning
Programme Agreement Regulations; National Qualifications Framework Act; Basic Conditions of Employment; and
Batho Pele Principles; Communication Skills; excellent planning and organising skills; ability to work collaboratively
with a range of Stakeholders. Basic computer skills.
DUTIES: Responsible for assisting with the registration of learners’ applications on the Learnership Registration system
and providing general administrative support relating to other learning programmes. Assisting with drafting and
compiling letters, submissions, memos, and other official correspondence. Handle enquiries from various stakeholders
within the PSET system; coordinate meetings and arrange the logistics timeously in preparation for the meetings,
travelling and accommodation; Assist with the analysis and evaluations of the Organizing Framework for Occupations
(OFO)’s inputs from SETAs in conjunction with the OFO Task Team; Update and maintain the OFO Register;
Participate in the OFO capacity building sessions; provide general administrative functions in relation to the OFO
matters; handle record keeping of official documents, and perform other administrative duties as assigned by the
Supervisor.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: OFFICE OF THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER


DIRECTORATE: FINANCIAL SERVICES


POST: SECRETARY TO THE DIRECTOR: FINANCIAL SERVICES (REF NO: DHET97/05/2022)


SALARY: R176 310 per annum (Level 5)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate/ (Vocational) NCV Level 4 certificate.
An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma in Office Administration/Secretarial, Administration or equivalent
qualification in secretarial and administrative functions will be an added advantage. A minimum of one (1) to two (2)
years’ employment experience in rendering administrative and secretarial support services. Knowledge of relevant
legislation, prescripts, policies and procedures, Basic Financial Management and understanding of supply chain
processes. Knowledge of Records Management of documents. Good interpersonal and communication skills to
interface with people at different levels and diverse backgrounds. Good telephone etiquette and experience in using
computer applications MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Always maintain confidentiality. Good organisational
and basic events management skills. Ability to create spreadsheets and manage basic databases and presentations.
Basic knowledge of financial administration, including budgets, and managing cash flow.
DUTIES: Provide secretarial/receptionist support services to the Director, including support in the planning and
managing of day-to-day office activities. Schedule meetings and workshops; Manage and administer the Director’s
diary and itinerary; Prepare all necessary documentation for the Director. Perform routine duties in the office of the
Director including telephone, travel arrangements, and hotel bookings. Arrange appointments and meetings with
stakeholders; Render office management support services including the keeping of records of all documents received
and processed; obtain inputs, collates and compile reports, e.g. progress, monthly and management reports; Scrutinise
routine submissions/ reports and make notes and/or recommendations for the Director; Provide communication support
services to the Director, including handle all correspondence and queries requiring the attention of the Director.
Respond to enquiries received from internal and external stakeholders, and interface with internal and external clients;
Handle the procurement of standard items like stationery, refreshments etc. Provide document management support
including record, safe keep and file of all documentation and records in line with the relevant legislation and policies.
Provide personnel administrative support to the Director including leave, planning, reporting, and scheduling of
meetings. Provide financial administration support to the Director, including handling and managing budgets, cash flow
and petty cash.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: PLANNING, POLICY, AND STRATEGY


DIRECTORATE: NATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS FRAMEWORK


POST: SECRETARY TO THE DIRECTOR: NATIONAL QUALIFICATION FRAMEWORK (REF NO:
DHET98/05/2022)


SALARY: R176 310 per annum (Level 5)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational) NCV Level 4 certificate.
An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma in Office Administration/Secretarial, Administration or equivalent
qualification in secretarial and administrative functions will be an added advantage. A minimum of one (1) to two (2)
years’ employment experience in rendering administrative and secretarial support services. Knowledge of relevant
legislation, prescripts, policies and procedures, Basic Financial Management and understanding of supply chain
processes. Knowledge of Records Management of documents. Good interpersonal and communication skills to
interface with people at different levels and diverse backgrounds. Good telephone etiquette and experience in using
computer applications MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Always maintain confidentiality. Good organisational
and basic events management skills. Ability to create spreadsheets and manage basic databases and presentations.
Basic knowledge of financial administration, including budgets, and managing cash flow.
DUTIES: Provide secretarial/receptionist support services to the Director, including support in the planning and
managing of day-to-day office activities. Schedule meetings and workshops; Manage and administer the Director’s
diary and itinerary; Prepare all necessary documentation for the Director. Perform routine duties in the office of the
Director including telephone, travel arrangements, hotel bookings; and arranging appointments and meetings with
stakeholders; Render office management support services including the keeping of records of all documents received
and processed; obtain inputs, collates and compile reports, e.g. progress, monthly and management reports; Scrutinise
routine submissions/ reports and make notes and/or recommendations for the Director; Provide communication support
services to the Director, including handle all correspondence and queries requiring the attention of the Director.
Respond to enquiries received from internal and external stakeholders, and interface with internal and external clients;
Handle the procurement of standard items like stationery, refreshments etc. Provide document management support
including record, safe keep and file of all documentation and records in line with the relevant legislation and policies.
Provide personnel administrative support to the Director including leave, planning, reporting, and scheduling of
meetings. Provide financial administration support to the Director, including handling and managing budgets, cash flow
and petty cash.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: COLLECTIVE BARGAINING


POST: SECRETARY TO THE DIRECTOR: COLLECTIVE BARGAINING (REF NO: DHET99/05/2022)


SALARY: R176 310 per annum (Level 5)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
A bachelor’s degree/national diploma in Secretarial, Administration or equivalent qualification in secretarial functions
will serve as an added advantage. A minimum of one (1) to two (2) years’ employment experience in rendering
administrative and secretarial support services. Knowledge of relevant legislation, prescripts, policies and procedures,
Basic Financial Management and understanding of supply chain processes. Knowledge of Records Management of
documents. Good interpersonal and communication skills to interface with people at different levels and diverse
backgrounds. Good telephone etiquette and experience in using computer applications MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
and Outlook. Always maintain confidentiality. Good organisational and basic events management skills. Ability to create
spreadsheets and manage basic databases and presentations. Basic knowledge of financial administration, including
budgets, and managing cash flow.
DUTIES: Provide secretarial/receptionist support services to the Director, including support in the planning and
managing of day-to-day office activities. Schedule meetings and workshops; Manage and administer the Director’s
diary and itinerary; Prepare all necessary documentation for the Director. Perform routine duties in the office of the
Director including telephone, travel arrangements, hotel bookings; and arranging appointments and meetings with
stakeholders; Render office management support services including the keeping of records of all documents received
and processed; obtain inputs, collates and compile reports, e.g. progress, monthly and management reports; Scrutinise
routine submissions/ reports and make notes and/or recommendations for the Director; Provide communication support
services to the Director, including handle all correspondence and queries requiring the attention of the Director.
Respond to enquiries received from internal and external stakeholders, and interface with internal and external clients;
Handle the procurement of standard items like stationery, refreshments etc. Provide document management support
including record, safe keep and file of all documentation and records in line with the relevant legislation and policies.
Provide personnel administrative support to the Director including leave, planning, reporting and scheduling of
meetings. Provide financial administration support to the Director, including handling and managing budgets, cash flow
and petty cash.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: INFORMATION RESOURCE AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT


SIX (6) POSTS: REGISTRY CLERK (REF NO: DHET100/05/2022)


SALARY: R176 310 per annum (Level 5)
CENTRE: Pretoria
Requirements: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate. An
appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Records Management or equivalent qualification will
serve as an added advantage. A minimum of one (1) to two (2) relevant working experiences in the registry environment.
Knowledge of records/ documents management, a file plan, and mail and courier service procedures. Knowledge
Information Act (PAIA) and National Archives and Records Service Act (NARSA). Knowledge of electronic document
and records management system (EDRMS). Competencies needed: Planning and organizing skills. Communication
(verbal and written) skills. Problem-solving skills, Customer care and Client orientation skills. Computer literacy.
Interpersonal Skills. Telephone etiquette. Good leadership skills. Confident, Ability to work under pressure. Ability to
work in a team and independently.
Duties: Sort and package files for archives and distribution, compile a list of documents to be archived and submit to
the supervisor. Keep records for archived documents. Opening and close files according to the record classification
system. Handle the filing, storage, tracing (electronically and manually) and retrieval of documents and files. Complete
index cards for all files. Safekeeping of all files with a clear tracking system of in, out and transfer of files, control
movement of files and access to files. Make follow-up of files if not returned to Registry after the due date. Retrieve
files from off-site and on-site storage. File documents to the relevant files. Perform any other administrative tasks as
requested by the supervisor.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT


NATIONAL SKILLS AUTHORITY


POST: SENIOR ADMINISTRATION CLERK (REF NO: DHET101/05/2022)


SALARY: R176 310 per annum (Level 5)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Administration/Management or relevant equivalent
qualification will serve as an added advantage. A minimum of one (1) to two (2) years’ employment experience in
rendering administrative and secretarial support services. The ideal candidate should be proficient in MS Office, typing,
and written and verbal communication skills. Organisational and prioritisation skills. Customer care and Client
orientation skills. Telephone etiquette and document management are some of the skills required for this job. Ability to
work in a team and independently.
DUTIES: Responsible for overall general administration in the Directorate NSA including coordination of meetings.
Provide office administration support to the Directorate, including filing, tracking, and processing of documents and
correspondence. Performance of administrative tasks such as taking minutes, and typing correspondence such as
reports, letters, and internal memos. To assist the NSA in running the office and provide support when required. Provide
clerical support in the development of strategic plans, and annual performance plans. Provide/Maintain Clerical
duties/support. File copies of all documentation. Logistical arrangements as required.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: UNIVERSITY EDUCATION


DIRECTORATE: GOVERNANCE SUPPORT


POST: SECRETARY TO THE DIRECTOR: GOVERNANCE SUPPORT (REF NO.: DHET102/05/2022)


SALARY: R176 310 per annum (Level 5)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational)/ (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
A bachelor’s degree/national diploma in Secretarial, Administration or equivalent qualification in secretarial functions
will serve as an added advantage. A minimum of one (1) to two (2) years’ employment experience in rendering
administrative and secretarial support services. Knowledge of relevant legislation, prescripts, policies and procedures,
Basic Financial Management and understanding of supply chain processes. Knowledge of Records Management of
documents. Good interpersonal and communication skills to interface with people at different levels and diverse
backgrounds. Good telephone etiquette and experience in using computer applications MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
and Outlook. Always maintain confidentiality. Good organisational and basic events management skills. Ability to create
spreadsheets and manage basic databases and presentations. Basic knowledge of financial administration, including
budgets, and managing cash flow.
DUTIES: Provide secretarial/receptionist support services to the Director, including support in the planning and
managing of day-to-day office activities. Schedule meetings and workshops; Manage and administer the Director’s
diary and itinerary; Prepare all necessary documentation for the Director. Perform routine duties in the office of the
Director including telephone, travel arrangements, hotel bookings; and arranging appointments and meetings with
stakeholders; Render office management support services including the keeping of records of all documents received
and processed; obtain inputs, collates and compile reports, e.g. progress, monthly and management reports; Scrutinise
routine submissions/ reports and make notes and/or recommendations for the Director; Provide communication support
services to the Director, including handle all correspondence and queries requiring the attention of the Director.
Respond to enquiries received from internal and external stakeholders, and interface with internal and external clients;
Handle the procurement of standard items like stationery, refreshments etc. Provide document management support
including record, safe keep and file of all documentation and records in line with the relevant legislation and policies.
Provide personnel administrative support to the Director including leave, planning, reporting, and scheduling of
meetings. Provide financial administration support to the Director, including handling and managing budgets, cash flow
and petty cash.
ENQUIRIES: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR-GENERAL


DIRECTORATE: RISK, FRAUD, ETHICS, AND INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT


POST: SECRETARY TO THE DIRECTOR: RISK, FRAUD, ETHICS, AND INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT (REF NO:
DHET103/05/2022)


SALARY: R176 310 per annum (Level 5)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
A bachelor’s degree/national diploma in Secretarial, Administration or equivalent qualification in secretarial functions
will serve as an added advantage. A minimum of one (1) to two (2) years’ employment experience in rendering
administrative and secretarial support services. Knowledge of relevant legislation, prescripts, policies and procedures,
Basic Financial Management and understanding of supply chain processes. Knowledge of Records Management of
documents. Good interpersonal and communication skills to interface with people at different levels and diverse
backgrounds. Good telephone etiquette and experience in using computer applications MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
and Outlook. Always maintain confidentiality. Good organisational and basic events management skills. Ability to create
spreadsheets and manage basic databases and presentations. Basic knowledge of financial administration, including
budgets, and managing cash flow.
DUTIES: Provide secretarial/receptionist support services to the Director, including support in the planning and
managing of day-to-day office activities. Schedule meetings and workshops; Manage and administer the Director’s
diary and itinerary; Prepare all necessary documentation for the Director. Perform routine duties in the office of the
Director including telephone, travel arrangements, hotel bookings; and arranging appointments and meetings with
stakeholders; Render office management support services including the keeping of records of all documents received
and processed; obtain inputs, collates and compile reports, e.g. progress, monthly and management reports; Scrutinise
routine submissions/ reports and make notes and/or recommendations for the Director; Provide communication support
services to the Director, including handle all correspondence and queries requiring the attention of the Director.
Respond to enquiries received from internal and external stakeholders, and interface with internal and external clients;
Handle the procurement of standard items like stationery, refreshments etc. Provide document management support
including record, safe keep and file of all documentation and records in line with the relevant legislation and policies.
Provide personnel administrative support to the Director including leave, planning, reporting and scheduling of
meetings. Provide financial administration support to the Director, including handling and managing budgets, cash flow
and petty cash.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


COMPONET: LIMPOPO REGIONAL OFFICE


POST: HUMAN RESOURCE AUXILIARY SERVICES CLERK: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES (REF NO:
DHET104/05/2022)


SALARY: R176 310 per annum (Level 5)
CENTRE: Polokwane
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma in Human Resource Management. A minimum of one (1) to two (2)
years of working experience in a Human Resource Management environment. Knowledge of Human resources or
Public Administration processes. Computer Literacy. Knowledge of Human Resource functions as well able to capture
data, operate computers and collate administration statistics. Basic knowledge and insight into human resource
prescripts. Knowledge and understanding of PERSAL. Knowledge of registry duties and importance. Flexibility and
teamwork. To have good interpersonal and communication skills, listening skills, and analytical skills. Be customer
orientated and client focus. Be able to conduct him/herself ethically and accountable. Able to work under pressure and
be able to deal with confidential information and apply good judgement. To work independently and to meet deadlines.
DUTIES: Implementation of Human Resource practices i.e., Recruitment and Selection, Conditions of service- attend
employee benefits. Serve as secretariat during selection and interview periods. Administration of Performance and
Development system, Probationary periods adhered to and assist on Pillar processes. Adhere to Government
Prescripts. Assist in leave management. Coordinate and facilitate training and induction programmes. Liaise with
external training providers. Conduct training needs analysis. Advice employees regarding career development. Assist
with skills development audits. Administer Internships/Learnerships programmes. Facilitate needs directed courses,
seminars, and workshops. Serve as a secretary during training committee meetings. Perform other related functions
as requested by supervisor.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


COMPONET: KWAZULU-NATAL REGIONAL OFFICE


POST: HUMAN RESOURCE AUXILIARY SERVICES CLERK: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES (REF NO:
DHET10505/2022)


SALARY: R176 310 per annum (Level 5)
CENTRE: Pietermaritzburg
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma in Human Resource Management. A minimum of one (1) to two (2)
years of working experience in a Human Resource Management environment. Knowledge of Human resources or
Public Administration processes. Computer Literacy. Knowledge of Human Resource functions as well able to capture
data, operate computers and collate administration statistics. Basic knowledge and insight into human resource
prescripts. Knowledge and understanding of PERSAL. Knowledge of registry duties and importance. Flexibility and
teamwork. To have good interpersonal and communication skills, listening skills, and analytical skills. Be customer
orientated and client focus. Be able to conduct him/herself ethically and accountable. Able to work under pressure and
be able to deal with confidential information and apply good judgement. To work independently and to meet deadlines.
DUTIES: Implementation of Human Resource practices i.e., Recruitment and Selection, Conditions of service- attend
employee benefits. Serve as secretariat during selection and interview periods. Administration of Performance and
Development system, Probationary periods adhered to and assist on Pillar processes. Adhere to Government
Prescripts. Assist in leave management. Coordinate and facilitate training and induction programmes. Liaise with
external training providers. Conduct training needs analysis. Advise employees regarding career development. Assist
with skills development audits. Administer Internships/Learnerships programmes. Facilitate needs directed courses,
seminars, and workshops. Serve as a secretary during training committee meetings. Perform other related functions
as requested by supervisor.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


COMPONENT: WESTERN/NORTHERN CAPE REGIONAL OFFICE


POST: HUMAN RESOURCE AUXILIARY SERVICES CLERK: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES (REF NO:
DHET106/05/2022)


SALARY: R176 310 per annum (Level 5)
CENTRE: Cape Town
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma in Human Resource Management. A minimum of one (1) to two (2)
years of working experience in a Human Resource Management environment. Knowledge of Human resources or
Public Administration processes. Computer Literacy. Knowledge of Human Resource functions as well able to capture
data, operate computers and collate administration statistics. Basic knowledge and insight into human resource
prescripts. Knowledge and understanding of PERSAL. Knowledge of registry duties and importance. Flexibility and
teamwork. To have good interpersonal and communication skills, listening skills, and analytical skills. Be customer
orientated and client focus. Be able to conduct him/herself ethically and accountable. Able to work under pressure and
be able to deal with confidential information and apply good judgement. To work independently and to meet deadlines.
DUTIES: Implementation of Human Resource practices i.e., Recruitment and Selection, Conditions of service- attend
employee benefits. Serve as secretariat during selection and interview periods. Administration of Performance and
Development system, Probationary periods adhered to and assist on Pillar processes. Adhere to Government
Prescripts. Assist in leave management. Coordinate and facilitate training and induction programmes. Liaise with
external training providers. Conduct training needs analysis. Advice employees regarding career development. Assist
with skills development audits. Administer Internships/Learnerships programmes. Facilitate needs directed courses,
seminars, and workshops. Serve as a secretary during training committee meetings. Perform other related functions
as requested by supervisor.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION


COMPONENT: EASTERN CAPE REGIONAL OFFICE


DIRECTORATE: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


POST: HUMAN RESOURCE CLERK: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES (REF NO: DHET107/05/2022)


SALARY: R176 310 per annum (Level 5)
CENTRE: East London
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma in Human Resource Management. A minimum of one (1) to two (2)
years of working experience in a Human Resource Management environment. Knowledge of Human resources or
Public Administration processes. Computer Literacy. Knowledge of Human Resource functions as well able to capture
data, operate a computer and collate administration statistics. Basic knowledge and insight into human resource
prescripts. Knowledge and understanding of PERSAL. Knowledge of registry duties and importance. Flexibility and
teamwork. Good interpersonal and communication skills, listening skills, and analytical skills. Be customer orientated
and client focus. Be able to conduct him/herself ethically and accountable. Able to work under pressure and be able to
deal with confidential information and apply good judgement. To work independently and to meet deadlines.
DUTIES: Implementation of Human Resource practices i.e., Recruitment and Selection, Conditions of service- attend
employee benefits. Serve as secretariat during selection and interview periods. Administration of Performance and
Development system, Probationary periods adhered to and assist on Pillar processes. Adhere to Government
Prescripts. Assist in leave management. Coordinate and facilitate training and induction programmes. Liaise with
external training providers. Conduct training needs analysis. Advice employees regarding career development. Assist
with skills development audits. Administer Internships/Learnerships programmes. Facilitate needs directed courses,
seminars and workshops. Serve as a secretary during training committee meetings. Perform other related functions
as requested by supervisor.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


COMPONENT: EASTERN CAPE REGIONAL OFFICE


POST: HUMAN RESOURCE AUXILIARY SERVICES CLERK: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES (REF NO:
DHET108/05/2022)


SALARY: R176 310 per annum (Level 5)
CENTRE: East London
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma in Human Resource Management. A minimum of one (1) to two (2)
years of working experience in a Human Resource Management environment. Knowledge of Human resources or
Public Administration processes. Computer Literacy. Knowledge of Human Resource functions as well able to capture
data, operate computers and collate administration statistics. Basic knowledge and insight into human resource
prescripts. Knowledge and understanding of PERSAL. Knowledge of registry duties and importance. Flexibility and
teamwork. To have good interpersonal and communication skills, listening skills, and analytical skills. Be customer
orientated and client focus. Be able to conduct him/herself ethically and accountable. Able to work under pressure and
be able to deal with confidential information and apply good judgement. To work independently and to meet deadlines.
DUTIES: The candidate will be responsible for the Implementation of Human Resource practices i.e., Recruitment and
Selection, Conditions of service and attending employee benefits. Serve as secretariat during selection and interview
periods. Administration of Performance and Development system, Probationary periods adhered to and assist on Pillar
processes. Adhere to Government Prescripts. Assist in leave management. Coordinate and facilitate training and
induction programmes. Liaise with external training providers. Conduct training needs analysis. Advice employees
regarding career development. Assist with skills development audits. Administer Internships/Learnerships programmes.
Facilitate needs directed courses, seminars, and workshops. Serve as a secretary during training committee meetings.
Perform other related functions as requested by supervisor.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: OFFICE OF CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER


DIRECTORATE: DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT


POST: PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR: EDUCATION FOR EMPLOYMENT (E4E) (REF NO: DHET109/05/2022)


DURATION: THREE (3) YEARS CONTRACT
SALARY: R176 310 per annum (Level 5)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational)/ (NCV) Level 4. A
bachelor’s degree/national diploma in Bachelor of Arts/ Financial Management or equivalent qualification will serve as
an added advantage. A minimum of one (1) to two (2) years’ employment experience in office administrative and
secretarial support. Must have effective communication and report writing as well as sound administration skills. The
candidate should have appropriate experience in general office administration, workflow management and client
service. The prospective candidate should be proactive, effective, and self–confident and be able to work in a diverse
team. The candidate should have excellent verbal and writing skills. Competency in Microsoft Word, Excel and
PowerPoint is a prerequisite. Basic knowledge of project management would be an advantage.
DUTIES: Assist in the coordination and monitoring of projects funded from grants and donor funding. Assist as a
Secretariat for projects meetings. Compile submissions, reports, and memos. Support the middle managers in the
programme reporting and evaluation of projects for the effective and efficient utilization of projects funds. Recording
and tracking of submissions received by and sent out as part of project administration. Perform any other duties
delegated from time to time in the Directorate Provide administrative support to project managers on the Education for
Employability (E4E).
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT


DIRECTORATE: ARTISAN TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT CENTRE


TWO (2) POSTS: SENIOR ADMINISTRATION CLERKS: REGISTRATION (REF NO: DHET110/05/2022)


SALARY: R176 310 per annum (Level 5)
CENTRE: Olifantsfontein
Requirements: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational)/ (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
A bachelor’s degree/national diploma in Public/Office Administration or equivalent qualification will serve as an added
advantage. A minimum of one (1) to two (2) years’ employment experience in rendering administrative and secretarial
support services. Good knowledge of the Skills Development Act (SDA), Trade Test Regulations and Criteria and
Guidelines for the implementation of Artisan Recognition of Prior Learning (ARPL). Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel,
PowerPoint). Report writing, planning, organising, verbal and written communication skills. Problem-solving,
administration, filing and time management skills.
Duties will include Capture assessment applications within 2 working days of receiving an application from the SETA’s
and on-site according to norms per trade. Ensure that notification letters with assessment dates are dispatched to
stakeholders within five working days as per trade test Regulations. To check and confirm the work experience of the
applicant to determine whether they meet the requirements for trade testing registration. Ensure that all enquiries in
respect of trade test requirements to apply for a trade test, test dates for candidates who applied on-site and SETA
trade test results and issuing of certificates are handled immediately, politely when approached telephonically or
personally. Filling of on-site and SETA applications and results for easy access and reference. Collate monthly stats
for completion and forward them to the Manager for consolidation
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: HUMAN RESOURCE ADMINISTRATION AND SYSTEM CONTROL


POST: SENIOR PERSONNEL OFFICER: RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION (REF NO: DHET111/05/2022)


SALARY: R176 310 per annum (Level 5)
CENTRE: Pretoria
(This post is being re-advertised and candidates who had previously applied may re-apply)
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate/ (Vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF level 6) in Human Resource Management/Public
Administration will be an added advantage. A minimum of one (1) to two (2) years of work experience in the recruitment
and selection process, and appointments. Knowledge of processing conditions of service and employee benefits on
PERSAL will be an added advantage. Knowledge and experience of PERSAL System. Knowledge and understanding
of HR prescripts and Policies. Record Management and be able to maintain confidentiality. Good communication skills
(written and verbal). Knowledge of computer literacy (Ms Word, Excel, and Outlook). Ability to work under pressure and
willingness to work extended hours when required. Willingness to travel and a valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: To assist in the administration of the recruitment and selection process. Assist in the drafting of
advertisements of posts. Responsible for the response handling process. Sorting of applications for the advertised
posts. Attending shortlisting and interviews as a secretariat. Assist in the administrative/personnel needs of the staff in
the department. Administer all PERSAL functions which include appointments, transfers, promotions, etc. Must be able
to deal with all levels of staff indiscriminately and be able to write submissions and letters. Good interpersonal relations
and liaise professionally with clients, team members, and senior managers both verbally, written, and through
presentations. Communicate at a professional level with staff both personally and telephonically.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: OFFICE OF THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER


DIRECTORATE: LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT


POST: SUPPLY CHAIN CLERK: ORDERS AND TRANSIT (REF NO: DHET112/05/2022)


SALARY: R176 310 per annum (Level 5)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Supply Chain/Logistics/Public Administration or
equivalent qualification will serve as an added advantage. A minimum of one (1) to two (2) years of experience in a
Supply Chain/ Logistics Management related environment. Knowledge of SCM in the Public Service sector. Knowledge
of SCM prescripts, regulations, and legislative framework (PFMA, PPFA, Treasury Regulations and other related
policies). Knowledge of order and transit procedures. Planning and organising skills and communication skills.
Knowledge of LOGIS and BAS and LOGIS invoice Tracking systems (ITS). Computer literacy, including working
knowledge of MS Word and MS Excel.
DUTIES: Will be receiving goods and coordinating services from service providers. Ensure correctness, quantity, and
quality during receipts/delivery. Ensure timely redirection of items (IT equipment, furniture, and stationery to the
relevant end-user or the warehouse.) Off-loading and loading of goods and distribution/transportation of items to various
DHET offices. Capture invoices on LOGIS, (RCRI, RCCP). Pre-audit invoices and facilitate payments. Follow-up on
outstanding orders and invoices. Maintain 0–9 files and ensure proper receipt of batch (orders), file accordingly and
register. Recordkeeping of all transactions via the Transit office. Reconcile accruals/commitments and audit plan.
Ensure compliance for payment of invoices within 30 days.
Disclaimer Considering restrictions on travel during phases 5 to 1 of lockdown levels, you are encouraged to email
your application with the relevant supporting documentation. You must quote the reference number in the subject line.
ENQUIRIES: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: FACILITIES MANAGEMENT


POST: PRINCIPAL MESSENGER/ DRIVER (REF NO: DHET113/05/2022)


SALARY: R176 310 per annum (Level 5)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
An appropriate bachelor’s degree/national diploma (NQF Level 6) in Transport//Logistics Management or equivalent
qualification will serve as an added advantage. A minimum of three (3) to five (5) years of driving/messaging and or/
logistics environment. Knowledge of the relevant legislation, prescripts, policies, and procedures. Procedures of a motor
vehicle. Storage procedures. Knowledge and understanding of massage services. Knowledge of routing office support,
i.e. registry. Ability to operate a motor vehicle. Procedure to obtain trip authorization. Completion of the logbook of the
motor vehicles. Writing of fuel consumables. Writing of kilometres services. Planning and organising trips and
destination points. A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Monitor daily attendance of messengers and drivers. Manage allocation and utilisation of departmental
vehicles to drivers/staff and allocate daily tasks of messengers and drivers. Ensure messenger requests such as dropoffs, pick-ups, mail, etc. are delivered and fetched on time. Handle complaints, compliments, and general inquiries
regarding messenger and driver services. Manage human resources and provide administrative support in the unit.
Ensure that the work performed by the messengers and drivers is in line with the Departmental policies and procedures.
Evaluate the performance of messengers and drivers every quarter. Manage logbooks regarding the vehicle and the
goods handled. Responsible for the secondary function of making copies. Provide inputs during the meetings in the
Directorate
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: FACILITIES MANAGEMENT


POST: DRIVER/MESSENGER (REF NO: DHET114/05/2022)


SALARY: R147 459 per annum (Level 4)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
A valid driver’s license is essential. A minimum of two (2) years’ experience of actual driving/messaging. Knowledge of
the places in which the function will be performed. Knowledge to capture forms on the database. Knowledge to compile
Logbooks. Excellent organizational and time management skills. Good interpersonal relations, administration, and
communication skills. Good computer literacy. Good filing and recordkeeping.
DUTIES: collect and deliver, documents from office to office; perform external collection and delivery of documents and
related items; Collect and deliver mail to and from the Post Office and related items; Transport official documentation
to Regional Office and other Colleges or other department locations on daily basis, while conveying messenger,
Allocated fleet cars maintained by vehicle inspection to ensure that cars are roadworthy before taking and drop off,
report incident and accidents timeously and vehicle report any defects to the supervisor. Assist with administrative
tasks such as filing trip sheets, compiling overtime claims, and ensuring correct odometers are recorded for each
vehicle used.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT


DIRECTORATE: ARTISAN TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT


POST: DRIVER/MESSENGER: TRANSPORT SECTION (REF NO: DHET115/05/2022)


SALARY: R147 459 per annum (Level 4)
CENTRE: Olifantsfontein
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
A valid driver’s license with a Professional Driving Permit (PrDP). Knowledge of the places in which the function will be
performed. A minimum of two (2) years’ experience of actual driving/messaging. Knowledge to capture forms on the
database. Knowledge to compile Logbooks. Excellent organizational and time management skills. Good interpersonal
relations, administration, and communication skills. Good computer literacy. Good filing and recordkeeping.
DUTIES: will include transporting employees of the department to and from stations, other employees of the department
are transported from the airport after hours to their destinations. Transport Candidates attend trade tests in the morning
and drop them off during the day and in the afternoon at the stations. Transport official documentation to Head Office
and other official department locations on daily basis, while conveying messenger, security personnel, NAMB officials
to Post Office, QCTO and Banking. INDLELA allocated fleet cars maintained by vehicle inspection to ensure that cars
are roadworthy before taking and dropping off, report incidents and accidents timeously and vehicle report any defects
to the supervisor. Assist with administrative tasks such as filing trip sheets, compiling overtime claims, and ensuring
correct odometers are recorded for each vehicle used.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT


DIRECTORATE: ARTISAN TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT CENTRE


FIVE (5) POSTS: TRADESMAN AIDS: AUXILLIARY SUPPORT SERVICES (REF NO: DHET116/05/2022)


SALARY: R124 434 per annum (Level 3)
CENTRE: Olifantsfontein
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
A minimum of six (6) months of trade-related Experience. Knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety Act. Basic
knowledge of cleaning material. Knowledge to prepare material and tools for assessment tasks. Communication,
reading and writing skill. Technical background knowledge of the trade. Skill to use cleaning material. Good knowledge
to perform minor maintenance and repairs on assessment aids and machinery.
DUTIES: These will include providing candidates with necessary tools, materials, and/or other services where needed.
Properly prepare material and tools for assessment tasks a day before assessment. Safeguard workshop/assessment
area, machines, tools and consumable material. Maintain cleanliness and general good housekeeping within the
workshop/assessment area. Perform minor maintenance and repairs on assessment aids and machinery. Carry out
safety activities in the workshop/assessment area. Transport allocated assets etc. from asset management to the
workshop when required as well as transporting redundant assets etc. from workshop to asset management when
required.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT


DIRECTORATE: ARTISAN TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT CENTRE


TWO (2) POSTS: SENIOR SECURITY OFFICER: SECURITY SUPPORT SERVICES (REF NO: DHET117/05/2022)


SALARY: R124 434 per annum (Level 3)
CENTRE: Olifantsfontein
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
The candidate must have a PSIRA. Certificate Grade C and a valid driver’s license. A minimum of two (2) to five (5)
years of experience as a Security Officer. Knowledge of Departmental Policies. Good knowledge of MISS and MPSS.
Good knowledge of administration and report writing skills. Good knowledge of the control of the Access to Public
Premises and Vehicle Act. Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Report writing, planning, organising,
verbal and written communication skills, and problem-solving skills. Administrative skills.
DUTIES: Conducting effective access control at the premises. Control of keys handed to security and register book
for proper control. Registering visitors and candidates entering premises. Conduct effective patrols to all buildings on
the premises on an hourly basis, conduct fire equipment checks around the premises and report all faulty equipment.
Conduct investigations and produce a preliminary report on all incidents.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT


DIRECTORATE: ARTISAN TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT CENTRE


TWO (2) POSTS: GROUNDSMAN: MAINTENANCE SERVICES (REF NO: DHET118/05/2022)


SALARY: R104 073 per annum (Level 2)
CENTRE: Olifantsfontein
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
Good knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Good knowledge of operating lawnmowers. Basic
knowledge to attend to minor lawnmower repairs and welding problems. Communication and report writing skills. Good
listening skills.
DUTIES: These will include cutting lawns and grass around buildings and surroundings according to horticultural
standards. Ability to operate all types of lawnmowers, garden tools and equipment, for the cutting of all lawns and
surrounding areas. Conduct regular building inspections and assist in minor electrical, plumbing and welding repairs.
Pruning of trees. Planting of new flowers and plants. Safekeeping of maintenance tools and supplies. Report defects.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165


BRANCH: CORPORATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES


DIRECTORATE: FACILITIES MANAGEMENT


POST PHOTOCOPIER OPERATOR: AUXILIARY SERVICES (REF NO: DHET119/05/2022)


SALARY: R104 073 per annum (Level 2)
CENTRE: Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate national senior certificate/grade 12 certificate (Vocational) (NCV) Level 4 certificate.
Knowledge of the places in which the function will be performed. Knowledge to capture forms on the database.
Knowledge of equipment; Planning and organising. Basic level knowledge of repetitive tasks and knowledge of facilities
policies. Basic level of organizational and time management skills. Basic level of interpersonal relations, administration,
and communication skills. Computer literacy. Filing and recordkeeping. A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES: Responsible for making copies of documents, Duplicate documents and operating high volume photocopier
machines; Binding and sorting of documents; performing minor maintenance and reporting malfunctioning of the
photocopier; Making requisitions for photocopier material and keeping stationery for copies; providing counter services.
Enquiries: Mr P Mtshali 012 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare 012 312 5442 / Mr D Moyane 012 312 5165

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