General Jobs : Community Development Workers

The Head of Department; Department of Co-operative Governance is looking for 12 Community Development Workers at the Musina Local Municipality and is willing to pay a salary of R211 713 Per year. If You happen to have any questions or inquiries are this Job Advert feel free to contact Ms. Masha Raesibe On Tel No: (015) 294 2068

REQUIREMENTS

Equivalent to grade 12 Batho Pele values, the public service act, computer literacy, as well as the dynamics, culture, and language of the target community are among the core and process competencies. Knowledge of: Negotiation, Presentation, People Management, Time Management, Communication, Computer, and Numeracy.

DUTIES

Educate and aid communities in gaining access to the services offered by governmental entities; Identify community needs and inform the appropriate government bodies of these demands; To improve service delivery, strengthen networks and the initiatives of local community workers already in place; compile reports and papers as needed on activities taken, issues resolved, progress, and results; keep abreast on all government services provided, as well as the procedures and methods for obtaining them; Create ward profiles

REQUIREMENT

Educate and aid communities in gaining access to the services offered by governmental entities; Identify community needs and inform the appropriate government bodies of these demands; To improve service delivery, strengthen networks and the initiatives of local community workers already in place; compile reports and papers as needed on activities taken, issues resolved, progress, and results; keep abreast on all government services provided, as well as the procedures and methods for obtaining them; Create ward profiles

NOTE

Applications must be filed on the new Z83 form, which is available at all Public Service Departments or online at www.dpsa.gov.za. They must also be fully filled. Only a complete copy of your curriculum vitae (shortlisted candidates will be asked for certified copies of their identification documents, driver’s licenses, and credentials). It is necessary to cite the precise reference number for the post. Prior to being hired, applicants for SMS posts will need to show documentation proving they have successfully completed the Senior Management Pre-Entry Program at the National School of Government. The following URL will take you to the course: https://www.thensg.govza/training-course/sms-pre-entryprogramme.

“All shortlisted candidates for SMS positions will be put through a technical exercise that aims to test pertinent technical aspects of the work; the Department will explain the logistics of the exercise. The selection panel will advise candidates to take a general managerial competency assessment after the technical exercise and interview (in compliance with the DPSA directive on the implementation of competency-based assessments). Using the required DPSA SMS competence assessment tools, the competency assessment will examine general managerial competencies. Candidates who have been shortlisted for the below position will have their qualifications and security clearances verified.

It is still the responsibility of applicants with international credentials to have their credentials reviewed by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). Within one month of starting work, successful incumbents will be required to sign a performance agreement. The chosen candidate will have to declare their financial interests in compliance with the established rules. The candidate will be disqualified for failing to meet the condition. Only the candidates who have been shortlisted will be contacted. Please consider that your application was unsuccessful if you have not heard from us within three (3) months after the advertisement’s closing date.

However, applicants are recommended to seek explanations for the aforementioned administrative action in accordance with the Promotion of Administrative Justice Act (PAJA), Act No. 3 of 2000, should there be any discontent. Note that submissions sent through fax or email will not be accepted. Additionally, this advertisement will be accessible at www.coghsta.limpopo.gov.za. The Department retains the authority to appoint a candidate for the advertised position.

HOW TO APPLY

APPLICATIONS : Applications should be submitted to: The Head of Department; Department of Co-operative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs, Private Bag X9485, Polokwane 0700 OR delivered personally at 28 Market Street (next to UNISA) HR Records (First floor). All General enquiries should be directed to Mr. Ramagoshi Phuti at (015) 294 2225 or Mr. Monkoe Mphodi at (015) 294 2223 or Ms. Mokhomole Makgano at (015) 294 2270. CLOSING DATE 16 September 2022