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INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME 2020/21
Who should apply: Unemployed South African graduates and TVET students, with a tertiary qualification in one of the above-mentioned fields of study, who has not previously participated in any internship programme and In-service training.

CLOSING DATE: 02 November 2020

New Vacancies/Posts

Dated: 30 Oct 2020/ Received for Publishing: 30 Oct 2020/ Closing Date: 16 & 30 Nov 2020 / Amendment: 03 Nov 2020

HEAD OF OFFICE: 20/106/SA: PORT ELIZABETH (1)
CENTRE: STATE ATTORNEY: PORT ELIZABETH (1)

Posts below was erroneously advertised.
(04 POSTS)

REF NO: 20/103/SA: THOHOYANDOU (1)
20/104/SA: KIMBERLEY (1)
20/105/SA: UMTHATHA (1)

THOHOYANDOU (1), KIMBERLEY (1), UMTHATHA (1) &

SALARY: R1 251 183 – R1 495 956 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.

REQUIREMENTS: An LLB or Four year recognized legal qualification at NQF 7; 5 years’ experience at a senior managerial level; Minimum of 8 years litigation experience; Admission as an Attorney; Administrative and management experience

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES: Legal research and drafting; Computer literacy (MS Office share point portal, MS Outlook, JutaStat); Communication skills (written and verbal) with ability to motivate and direct people; Creative and analytical thinking; Strategic leadership capability; Performance Management; Analytical thinking, problem solving and decision making; Project management, Research and Development; Knowledge Management; Change management;
Financial management

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: Manage and coordinate the development and implementation of the strategic and annual performance plans; Manage and facilitate the provision of representation of government on all legal and litigation matters including debt collection; Manage and facilitate the provision of conveyancing and notarial services; Manage and facilitate drafting and provision of legal opinions and contracts; Provide effective people management.

ENQUIRIES: Ms. K. Ngomani (012) 357 8661

NOTE: People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

NOTE: Separate applications must be made quoting the relevant reference

APPLICATIONS: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: DOJ20-103-SA@justice.gov.za, DOJ20-104-SA@justice.gov.za, DOJ20-105-SA@justice.gov.za  & DOJ20-106-SA@justice.gov.za

CLOSING DATE: 30 November 2020

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: ASSET MANAGEMENT (DISPOSALS & LEASES)
REF NO: 20/102/CFO
CENTRE: NATIONAL OFFICE, PRETORIA

SALARY:  R733 257 – R863 748 per annum (All inclusive remuneration package). The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.

REQUIREMENTS:  A Degree/National Diploma in Commerce, Accounting, Financial Management, Supply Chain Management or equivalent qualification at (NQF level 6); 5 years’ related leases and disposal management experience at supervisory/management level; Experience in the practical application of asset and inventory management reforms  and frameworks; Practical Knowledge and understanding of the relevant reporting requirements such as GRAP, Modified cash standards and or IFRS; Knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), Treasury Regulations and other relevant prescripts; Understanding of BAS and JYP/SAP/BAUD systems will be an added advantage; A valid driver’s license

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES; Advanced Computer Microsoft Excel (Ms Word, Powerpoint, Outlook and etc.); Good communication skills(verbal and written); Research and analytical skills; Strong leadership with strategic capabilities; Policy development; Monitoring and evaluation; Report writing; Accuracy and attention to detail; The ability to work independently;

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS:  Monitor and review existence and completeness of leased assets; Monitor and review the disposal of assets; Provide inputs during the preparation of the disclosure note for the leases and the disposals for Interim and Annual Financial Statements; Manage the movement of new and old assets; Provide effective people management;

ENQUIRIES: Mr J. Maluleke (012) 315 1090

APPLICATIONS: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: EMAIL ADDRESS: DOJ20-102-CFO@justice.gov.za

CLOSING DATE: 16 November 2020

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: ASSET MANAGEMENT (DISPOSALS & LEASES)
REF NO: 20/100/CFO
CENTRE: NATIONAL OFFICE

SALARY:  R376 596 – R443 601 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.

REQUIREMENTS:  Bachelor’s Degree or National Diploma in Commerce, Accounting, Supply Chain Management or equivalent qualification (NQF6); Minimum of 3 years’ related financial /asset experience at supervisory level; Knowledge of PFMA, Treasury Regulations,  Asset Management system and relevant prescripts; Knowledge and understanding of Asset Management framework

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES: Computer literacy; Research and analytical skills; Strong leadership with strategic capabilities; Policy development; Research, monitoring, evaluation and report writing; Accuracy and attention to detail; Communication skills (verbal & written); Presentation and facilitation skills.

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: Monitor and review existence and completeness of leased assets; Monitor and review the disposal of assets; Verification of inputs during the preparation of the Disclosure note for the leases and the disposal for Interim and Annual Financial Statements; Provide effective people management.

NOTE: People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

ENQUIRIES: Mr. J. Maluleke Tel: (012)315 1090

APPLICATION: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to:
EMAIL ADDRESS: DOJ20-100-CFO@justice.gov.za

CLOSING DATE: 16 November 2020

SENIOR ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEY (LP5-LP6)
REF NO: 20/99/SA (03 POSTS)
CENTRE: State Attorney: Johannesburg

SALARY: R510 432 – R1 192 947 (Salary will be in accordance with OSD determination). The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement

REQUIREMENTS: An LLB or 4 year recognized legal qualification; Admission as an Attorney; At least 4 years appropriate post qualification legal/ litigation experience; A thorough knowledge of legal practice and office management; The right of appearance in the High Court of South Africa; Knowledge of the government prescripts and transformation objective as well as the Constitution of South Africa; Conveyancing experience; A valid driver’s licence. Skills and Competencies: Computer literacy; Legal research and drafting; Dispute resolution; Case flow management; Communication skills (written and verbal); Accuracy and attention to detail. 

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: Represent the State in Litigation and Appeal in the High Court, Magistrates Courts, Labour Courts, Land Claims Court, CCMA and Tax tribunals; Furnish legal advice and opinions; Draft and/or settle all types of pleading and other necessary documents on behalf of clients; Attend to liquidation and insolvency, queries, conveyancing and notarial services; Deal with all forms of arbitrations, register trusts; Provide supervision and training to debt collection clerks, junior attorneys as well as to other professional staff.

ENQUIRIES: Mr. E. Seerane (012) 315 1780

APPLICATIONS: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to:

EMAIL ADDRESS:  DOJ20-99-SA@justice.gov.za

NOTE: 1. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply
2. A current certificate of good standing from the relevant Law Society must accompany the application.

CLOSING DATE: 16 November 2020

SENIOR ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEY, (LP5-LP6)
REF NO: 20/108/CLO
CENTRE: STATE ATTORNEY: PRETORIA

SALARY: R510 432 – R1 192 947 (Salary will be in accordance with OSD determination). The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.

REQUIREMENTS: An LLB or 4 year recognized legal qualification; Admission as an Attorney; At least 4 years appropriate post qualification legal/ litigation experience; A thorough knowledge of legal practice, office management, accounting systems and trust accounts; The right of appearance in the High Court of South Africa; Knowledge of the government prescripts and transformation objective as well as the Constitution of South Africa; Experience in conveyancing will be an added advantage; A valid driver’s licence.

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES: Legal research and drafting; Dispute resolution; Case flow management; Computer literacy; Communication skills(written and verbal) with ability to moderate and lead people ; Supervisory and mentoring skills; Creative and analytical; Problem solving and conflict management.

DUTIES: Key Performance Areas: Represent the State in litigation and Appeal in the High Court, Magistrates’ Court, Labour Court, Land Claims, Tax and Tax Tribunals; Furnish legal advice and opinion ; Draft and/or settle all types of agreements on behalf of the various clients; Deal with all forms of arbitration, including inter-departmental arbitrations; register trust and debt collection; Provide supervision and training to other professional staff;

ENQUIRIES: Ms. KC. Ngomani (012) 315 8661

NOTE: People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

NOTE: A current certificate of good standing from the relevant law Society must accompany the application.

APPLICATIONS: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: DOJ20-108-CLO@justice.gov.za

CLOSING DATE: 30 November 2020

ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEY, (02 POSTS) (LP3-LP4)
REF NO: 20/107/SA
CENTRE: STATE ATTORNEY: PRETORIA

SALARY: R301 452 – R847 047. (Salary will be in accordance with OSD determination). The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.

REQUIREMENTS: An LLB or 4 year recognized legal qualification; Admission as an Attorney qualification; At least 2 years appropriate post legal/litigation experience; Right of appearance in the High Court of South Africa; A valid driver’s licence; Admission as Conveyance will be an added advantage.

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES: Legal research and drafting; Dispute resolution; Case flow management; Computer literacy; Communication skills (written and verbal); Accuracy and attention to detail.

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: Handle litigation and appeals in the High Courts, Magistrate’s Court, Labour Court,Land Claims Court and CCMA; Draft and/ or settle all types of agreements on behalf of the various clients; Render legal opinions and advice; Handle all forms of arbitration, including inter-departmental arbitrations and debt collection.

ENQUIRIES: Mr KC. Ngomani (012) 357 8661

NOTE: People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

NOTE: A current certificate of good standing from the relevant law Society must accompany the application.

APPLICATIONS: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: DOJ20-107-SA@justice.gov.za

CLOSING DATE: 30 November 2020

POST: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: FINANCE
REFERENCE: 85/20EC
CENTRE: REGIONAL OFFICE, EAST LONDON

SALARY: R376 596 – R443 601 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement. 

REQUIREMENTS: Three year Bachelor`s degree / National Diploma in Financial Management (e.g. Accounting; Cost Accounting; Auditing; Economics etc) or equivalent qualification; Three years’ experience in a financial environment; Three years’ supervisory / management experience; Knowledge and understanding of the PFMA, Treasury Regulations and relevant government regulations and policies; A valid driver’s license.

Skills and Competencies: Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel, BAS and Persal); Planning and organizing skills; Interpersonal relations and communication skills (verbal and written); Ability to work independently in a highly pressurized environment; Ability to interpret and apply policies; Creative and analytical skills; Ability to analyze and solve problems; Quality and staff management skills; Committed, flexible and reliable; Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.

DUTIES: Key Performance Areas: Regional Creditors Management; Manage payroll for the region in relation to payments and deductions; Manage miscellaneous payments to suppliers; Manage departmental liabilities; Manage revenue for the region; Management of employees; Perform general supervision and controlling of clerical staff;

ENQUIRIES: Ms. De Kock 043 702 7000

APPLICATIONS: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: CeWilliams@justice.gov.za

CLOSING DATE: 30 November 2020

Dated: 16 Oct 2020/ Received for Publishing: 15 Oct 2020/ Closing Date: 02 Nov 2020

DEPUTY DIRECTOR - HUMAN RESOURCE
REF NO: 20/VA30/NW
CENTRE: REGIONAL OFFICE: NORTH WEST

SALARY: R733 257 – R863 748 per annum (All inclusive remuneration package). The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.

REQUIREMENTS: A Degree/National Diploma in Administration/Management or equivalent qualification; Minimum of 3-5 years’ experience in Human Resource environment; 3 years’ experience on service benefits as an Assistant Director; Knowledge and application of Public Service prescripts, Knowledge of relevant HR management legislation and directives, Public Finance Management Act and Labour Relations Act; A valid driver’s license;

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES; Computer literacy (MS Word, Power Point, Outlook, Excel); Communication skills (written and verbal); Research, monitoring and evaluation and report writing; Policy Development; Financial management; Cultural diversity; Strong leadership with strategic capabilities; Presentation and facilitation skills.

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: Manage and monitor implementation of service benefits (leave housing, IOD, terminations, long service awards, acting allowance, resettlement; pensions etc.) for both Judicial Officers and administrative personnel; Monitor utilization of Itirele by both Judicial Officers and administrative personnel and provide monthly analysis reports; Provide expert advisory support to stakeholders; Management of HR Registry unit; Provide efficient people management in the sub directorate.

ENQUIRIES: Ms. L Shoai (018) 397 7054

APPLICATIONS: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to:
The Regional Head, Private Bag X2033, Mmabatho, 2735 or hand it at 22 Molopo Road, Ayob Gardens, Mafikeng.
EMAIL ADDRESS: RecruitmentNW-DDHR@justice.gov.za

DEPUTY DIRECTOR – SECURITY AND RISK MANAGEMENT
REF NO: 20/VA31/NW
CENTRE: REGIONAL OFFICE: NORTH WEST

SALARY: R733 257 – R863 748 per annum (All inclusive remuneration package). The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.

REQUIREMENTS: A Three-year National Diploma/B Degree in Security Management, Security Risk Management or in Social Sciences that is security related; Five (5) years relevant experience of which three (3) years should be at Assistant Director level in a significant security-related role managing contracted security service providers including specialized (close protection, CIT, threat and risk assessments) security services; Successful completion of the State Security Agency (SSA) Security Manager’s Course; PSIRA Grade A-registered will be an added advantage.; Knowledge and understanding of applicable legislation including Asset Management, Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), Treasury Regulations and Occupational Health and Safety Act; Experience and technical knowledge in the functions and use on physical security and electronic access control equipment and systems; A valid driver’s license.

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES: Sound written and verbal communication skills; Project management and analytical skills; Ability to work with difficult clients and resolve conflict; Initiative and creativity; Ability to function independently and work extended hours when necessary; Strong leadership with strategic capabilities; Presentation and facilitation skills.

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: Manage security operations at the region and sub offices; Ensure and monitor adherence to departmental security systems and policies; Ensure implementation of security measures at courts in consultation with the court managers; Promote, Facilitate security awareness and education programmes; Conduct security threats and risk audits; Ensure compliance with MISS, Roll out of Contingency Plan and OSHA compliance at sub offices at the Region; Ensure safety of all staff and members of the public in the court environment; Coordinate report of all activities from the sub-ordinate (OHS, Physical security, Document and Information security) and provide advisory services; Manage security service contracts; Coordinate vetting of all personnel in the Region including contractors; Conduct security risk appraisals ensuring proper implementation of recommended measures.

ENQUIRIES: Ms. L Shoai (018) 397 7054

APPLICATIONS: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to:
RecruitmentNW-DDSRM@justice.gov.za

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: AREA COURT MANAGER
REF NO: 64/20EC
CENTRE: ZWELITSHA CLUSTER

SALARY: R733 257 - R863 748 per annum (All inclusive remuneration package). The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.

REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate three-year Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification (NQF 6); Three years’ management experience; Knowledge and experience of financial management, PFMA, office and district administration will serve as strong recommendation; A valid driver’s license. The following will serve as an added advantage: Experience in the court environment; Post graduate qualification in Public Administration / Human Resources Management.

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES: Strong leadership and management capabilities; Strategic capabilities; Interpersonal relations; Communication (verbal and written); Accuracy and attention to detail.

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: Co-ordinate and manage financial and human resources of the cluster; Manage strategic and business planning processes as well as the facility, physical resources, information and communication related to courts; Compile and analyse court statistics to show performance and trends; Compile annual performance and statutory reports to the relevant users; Develop and implement customer service improvement strategies; Lead and manage the transformation of the cluster; Facilitate strategic projects intended to improve court management.

ENQUIRIES: Mr P Hattingh (043) 702 7000

APPLICATIONS: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: WNdamase@justice.gov.za

COURT MANAGER
REF NO: 38/20/LMP
CENTRE: MAGISTRATE MUSINA

SALARY: R470 040 – R553 677 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.

REQUIREMENTS: A 3 year qualification in Administration and/or a National Diploma in Service Management (NQF Level 5) plus module in Case Flow Management or relevant equivalent qualification; At least 3 year’s managerial or supervisory experience; Knowledge and experience in office and district administration; Knowledge of the Public Financial Management Act (PFMA); Experience in managing Trust (Third Party Funds) and Vote Account; Experience in the Court environment will be an added advantage; A valid driver’s licence. Skills and Competencies: Strong leadership and management capabilities; Strategic capabilities; Good communication (written and verbal); Computer literacy.

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: Coordinate and manage the financial, human resources of the office; as well as risk and security in court; Manage the strategic and business planning processes; Manage the facility, physical resources, information and communication related to courts; Compile and analyze court statistics to show performance and trends; Support Case Flow Management at the court; Develop and implement customer service improvements strategies; Lead and Manage the transformation of the office; Manage the project intended to improve court management; Provide case tracking services to the judiciary and prosecuting authority; Compile annual performance and statutory reports to the relevant users.

ENQUIRIES: Ms Mongalo MP (015) 287 2037
Ms Manyaja PM (015) 287 2026

APPLICATIONS: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to:
EMAIL ADDRESS: LMPRecruitment@justice.gov.za

COURT MANAGER (5 POSTS)
REF NO: 65/20EC: CENTRE: MAGISTRATE, NGCOBO
REF NO: 66/20EC: CENTRE: MAGISTRATE, WILLOWVALE
REF NO: 67/20EC: CENTRE: MAGISTRATE, DUTYWA
REF NO: 68/20EC: CENTRE: MAGISTRATE, KEISKAMMAHOEK
REF NO: 69/20EC: CENTRE: MAGISTRATE, UITENHAGE

SALARY: R470 040 – R553 677 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.

REQUIREMENTS: A 3 year qualification in Administration and/or a National Diploma in Service Management (NQF Level 5) plus module in Case Flow Management or relevant equivalent qualification; At least 3 year’s managerial or supervisory experience; Knowledge and experience in office and district administration; Knowledge of the Public Financial Management Act (PFMA); Experience in managing Trust (Third Party Funds) and Vote Accounts; Experience in the Court environment will be an added advantage; A valid driver’s license.

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES: Strong leadership and management capabilities; Strategic capabilities; Good communication (written and verbal); Computer literacy.

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: Coordinate and manage the financial, human resources of the office as well as risk and security in court; Manage the strategic and business planning processes; Manage the facility, physical resources, information and communication related to courts; Compile and analyze court statistics to show performance and trends; Support Case Flow Management at the court; Develop and implement customer service improvements strategies; Lead and Manage the transformation of the office; Manage the project intended to improve court management; Provide case tracking services to the judiciary and prosecuting authority; Compile annual performance and statutory reports to the relevant users.

ENQUIRIES: Mr. P Hattingh (043) 702 7000

APPLICATIONS: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to:
Magistrate, Ngcobo – SNofemela@justice.gov.za
Magistrate, Willowvale – Lmthantalala@justice.gov.za
Magistrate, Dutywa – Lmaqoma@justice.gov.za
Magistrate, Keiskammahoek – Zmadlingozi@justice.gov.za
Magistrate, Uitenhage – Smsimang@justice.gov.za

ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEY, LP3-LP4 (04 POSTS)
REF NO: 20/93/SA: CENTRE: STATE ATTORNEY MAHIKENG (1)
REF: NO: 20/92/SA: CENTRE: STATE ATTORNEY EAST LONDON (2)
REF: NO: 20/94/SA: CENTRE: STATE ATTORNEY DURBAN (1)

SALARY: R301 452 – R847 047. (Salary will be in accordance with OSD determination). The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
REQUIREMENTS: An LLB or 4 year recognized legal qualification; Admission as an Attorney; At least 2 years appropriate post qualification legal/litigation experience; Right of appearance in the High Court of South Africa; Conveyancing experience will be an added advantage; A valid driver’s licence.

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES: legal research and drafting; Dispute resolution; Case flow management; Computer literacy; Strategic and conceptual orientation; Communication skills (written and verbal).

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: Represent the State in Litigation and Appeal in the High Court, Magistrates Court, Labour Court, Land Claims, CCMA, Tax and Tax Tribunals; Furnish legal advice and opinion; Give effect to the Department’s strategic plans, policies and prescripts; Maintain all records of work performed and provide statistics required; Draft and/or settle all types of agreements on behalf of the various clients; Deal with all forms of arbitration, including inter-departmental arbitrations; Attend to conveyancing and related matters on behalf of the State; Guide and train Candidate State Attorneys; Attend to Liquidation and insolvency queries, register trust and companies.

NOTE: 1. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
2. A current certificate of good standing from the relevant law Society must accompany the application.

NOTE: Separate applications must be made quoting the relevant reference.

ENQUIRIES: MAHIKENG: Mr E Seerane (012) 315 1780
ENQUIRIES: DURBAN: Mr. M. Kooko (012) 315 1164
ENQUIRIES: EAST LONDON: Mrs. K. Ngomani (012) 357 8661

APPLICATIONS: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to:
MAHIKENG: DOJ20-93-SA@justice.gov.za
EAST LONDON: DOJ20-92-SA@justice.gov.za
DURBAN: DOJ20-94-SA@justice.gov.za

FAMILY COUNSELLOR (GR1-4)
REF NO: 71/20EC
CENTRE: OFFICE OF THE FAMILY ADVOCATE, GRAAFF-REINET

SALARY: R257 592 – R581 178 per annum (Salary will be in accordance with OSD
determination). The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.

REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or equivalent qualification; A minimum of three years appropriate experience in Social Work after registration as Social Worker with the
SACSSP; Registration with SA Council for Social Service Professions (SACSSP); Knowledge and experience in Mediation; Knowledge and application of Family Law, including Mediation in certain Divorce Matters Act, Children’s Act Maintenance Act and Domestic Violence Act (inclusive of Hague Convention on International Child Abduction); A valid driver’s license; Experience in compiling statutory reports for court can be an added advantage; Fluency in Xhosa will be an added advantage; To relief in other service offices in the province when there is an operational need

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES: Computer literacy; Communication (written and verbal)
Skills; Mediation, Interviewing, conflict resolution, evaluation and report writing skills;
Diversity and conflict management; Attention to detail.

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: Conduct mediation and/or inquiries as part of a multi-disciplinary team in custody, access, guardianship, child abduction and related family law disputes; Evaluate information and compile statutory court reports and make recommendations to the best interest of children in family law disputes; Act as expert witness for the Family Advocate in Court; Network and conduct awareness campaigns regarding the functions and role of the Office of the Family Advocate; Travel to townships and rural areas to conduct inquiries and interview parties and source references in family law disputes;

NOTE: Candidates whose name appears on Part B of the child Protection Register as
mandated by the Section 123 (5) of the Children’s Act, 2005 need not apply. Applicants are
required to attach proof of registration with SACSSP and Service certificates of appropriate
experience in Social work after registration as Social Worker with SACSSP.

ENQUIRIES: Ms. N Nghona (043) 702 7000

APPLICATIONS: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: CeWilliams@justice.gov.za

MAINTENANCE OFFICER MR3—MR5
REF NO: 2020/71/GP
CENTRE: MAGISTRATE THEMBISA

SALARY: R257 073 – R912 504 per annum. (Salary will be determined in accordance with OSD determination). The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
REQUIREMENTS: LLB Degree or recognized 4 years’ legal qualification; At least 2 years
appropriate post qualification legal experience; Extensive knowledge of the maintenance system and family law matters; Proficiency in the following languages: Isizulu, Pedi and Xitsonga; Maintenance Act (Act 99/1998); Understanding of all services and procedure in the area of Maintenance and other areas; A valid driver’s licence.

SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES: Competencies: Excellent communication skills (verbal and written); Computer literacy (MS Office); Numeracy Skills; Communication skills; Facilitation and mediation skills; Litigation skills; Legal terminology and process in simple language skills; Good interpersonal relations; Innovative and work under pressurized environment. Ability to: Work with the public in a professional and empathetic manner; Develop a thorough understanding of all services and procedures in the area of Maintenance and other areas of Family Law; Explain legal terminology and processes in simple language; Manage time effectively and develop good facilitation skills; Think and write clearly; Think innovatively and work in pressured environment; Facilitate communication between people with Maintenance disputes.

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: Perform the powers duties or functions of Maintenance Officer in terms of the Maintenance Act; Obtain Financial Information for the purpose of Maintenance enquiries; Appear in the Maintenance Court and conduct proceedings in terms of the Maintenance Act; Implement Bench orders; Supervise the Family Law Section; Mentoring and Coaching; Ensure compliance with disciplinary code; Manage performance of subordinate.

ENQUIRIES: Ms P Raadt (011) 332 9000

APPLICATIONS: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to:
EMAIL ADDRESS: KMaqeda@justice.gov.za

CLOSING DATE: 02 November 2020


NOTE: Interested applicants may visit the following website: www.justice.gov.za or www.dpsa.gov.za to view the full job specification of the above positions. Applications must be submitted on Form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the internet at www.gov.za. A Z83& CV must be accompanied by original certified copies of qualifications and identity document. A driver’s licence must be attached if indicated as a requirement. A SAQA evaluation report must accompany foreign qualifications. Applications that do not comply with the above mentioned requirements will not be considered. 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. Following the interview and technical exercise, the selection panel will recommend candidates to attend a generic managerial competency assessment (in compliance with the DPSA Directive on the implementation of competency based assessments). The competency assessment will be testing generic managerial competencies using the mandated DPSA SMS competency assessment tools. The successful candidate will complete a financial disclosure form and also be required to undergo a security clearance. If the candidate is applying for an OSD post, certificates of service must be attached to the CV.

The DOJ&CD is an equal opportunity employer. In the filling of vacant posts the objectives of section 195 (1) (i) of the Constitution of South Africa, 1996 (Act No: 108 of 1996), the Employment Equity imperatives as defined by the Employment Equity Act, 1998 (Act No: 55 of 1998) and relevant Human Resources policies of the Department will be taken into consideration. Reasonable accommodation shall be applied for People with Disabilities including where drivers licence is a requirement. Shortlisted candidates will be subjected to a personnel vetting process. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you do not hear from us within 3 months of this advertisement, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful. The department reserves the right not to fill these positions. Women and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply and preference will be given to the EE Target.