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DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
CLOSING DATE : 23 September 2019
REF NO: 34/19/NC
SALARY : R316 791 – R373 167 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to signa performance agreement.
CENTRE : Magistrate office Richmond
REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
A three 3 year National Diploma/Degree in Public Administration/Management or relevant equivalent qualification; 3 years relevant experience in Office and District
Administration and Departmental Financial Management systems; Experience in
Vote and Trust Account will be an added advantage; Valid driver’s license. Skills
and Competencies: Supervisory skills; Computer literacy MS Office, MS Excel;
Excellent communication skills written and verbal; Good interpersonal relations;
Accuracy and attention to detail; Ability to work under pressure.
DUTIES FOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
Key Performance Areas: Control documents; Draft correspondence with membersof the public, other organizations and other state departments; Render
advice/assistance on a wide spectrum of matters within occupational class context,
e.g. the interpreting of statutes/provisions, budgeting, maintenance, legal advice,
planning actions and special projects; Facilitate training and development of clerical
personnel; Custody of reserve stock.
ENQUIRIES : Mr R. Muller Tel No: (053) 8021300
APPLICATIONS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER:
Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address:The Regional Head: Justice and Constitutional Development, Private Bag X6106,
Kimberley, 8300 OR hand delivers at the New Public Buildings, (Magistrates Court)
of Knight and Stead Streets, 7th floor, Kimberley, 8301. Email or faxed applications
will not be considered.
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.
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 form & CV must be
accompanied by original certified copies of qualifications, identity document and a
driver’s license where necessary. 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 and competency assessment. Candidate will complete
a financial disclosure form and also be required to undergo a security clearance.
Foreigners or dual citizenship holder must provide the Police Clearance certificate
from country of origin. Reasonable accommodation shall be applied for People with
Disabilities including where driver’s license is a requirement. 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
ERRATUM: Kindly note that the Posts of Senior Court Interpreter with Ref No:
19/69/FS; Centre: Magistrate’s Office, Thaba Nchu Cluster and Senior Court
Interpreter with Ref No: 24/18/NC; Centre: Springbok Magistrates Office,
advertised in Public Vacancy Circular 31 dated 30 August 2019. Please note that
the requirements of the two posts have been amended as follows: Grade 12 and
National Diploma in Legal Interpreting or equivalent qualification in the field of
languages and minimum of three years practical experience in court interpreting;
OR Grade 12 with ten year’s practical experience in court interpreting. The
Department also inserted similar post sin this Circular. We apologize for any