CHIEF REGISTRY CLERK REF NO: DT 02/2020)

CHIEF REGISTRY CLERK REF NO: DT 02/2020)

SALARY: R257 508 per annum (Level 07) excluding service benefits.

CENTRE: Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS: Grade 12 (Matric)/ a SAQA recognised National Diploma or an equivalent qualification. At least 3-5 years’ working experience in Registry. A certificate in Records Management offered by National Archives. Knowledge of registry duties, mailing, courier services as well as the ability to capture data and operate a computer. Knowledge of filing of documents, storage and retrieval procedures in terms of the working environment. Working knowledge and understanding of legislative framework governing the Registry work such as NARS Act, Public Service Act, etc. Ability to interpret and apply policies, directives and relevant prescripts. Understanding of the work in Registry. Good verbal and writing skills. Good leadership skills.

DUTIES : The successful candidate will be responsible for supervising the opening and closing of files according to the applicable record classification system; Filing, storing, tracing and retrieving documents and pending files; Ensuring that index cards are completed; Helping with the allocation of filing numbers; supervising the usage of the franking machine by delegated registry clerks; Franking mail items, recording items of monetary values received through the post and updating the control registers on a daily basis; Do spot checks on postal articles in order to ensure that no private postal articles are franked by mistake; Locking mail in the postal bag for messengers/drivers to deliver to the Post Office; Maintaining remittance register; Recording all valuable articles as prescribed by the applicable laws and policies; Sending wrong remittances received back to senders through registered post and recording reference numbers in the register; Keeping daily record of amount of letters franked; Handling all courier related enquiries; Supervising the sorting and dispatching of mail; Distributing notices on registry issues; Attending to clients; Handling telephonic enquiries on Registry related work; Receiving and registering hand delivered mail and files; Scanning files electronically; Sorting and packaging files for archiving and distribution; Compiling list of documents to be archived and submitting the list to the supervisor; Keeping record of the archived documents; Providing supervisory duties to Registry Clerks, assessing staff performance and applying discipline.

ENQUIRIES: Mr M Tlhako Tel No: (012) 444 6096

NOTE: EE: Requirements Preference will be given to Coloured Male, Asian Male and White Male Candidates.

 

CLOSING DATE: 13 July 2020

NOTE: For your application to be accepted: Applications must be submitted on a Z83, obtainable from any Public Service department or on www.npa.gov.za which must be fully completed as per the instructions on the form, signed and dated. If the Z83 is not completed as prescribed your application will not be accepted. CVs without a Z83 will not be accepted. Handwritten Z83 must be completed in Block Letters. Only copies of certified required qualifications, identity document and other listed documents as per the advert, must be included with your application. All applications must reach the NPA on/or before the closing date. No late applications will be accepted/processed. The NPA cannot be held responsible for server delays. Applicant’s attention is drawn to the fact that the NPA uses an Electronic Response Handling System in terms of e-mailed applications. Please Do Not contact the NPA directly after you have e-mailed your applications to enquire if your application(s) have been received. If you have not received an acknowledgement of receipt within one week after the closing date then you can contact the NPA. The NPA reserves the right not to fill any particular position. If you do not hear from us within (3) three months from the closing date of the advert, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Successful candidates will be subjected to a security clearance of at least confidential. Appointment to this position will be provisional, pending the issue of security clearance. Fingerprints will be taken on the day of the interview. The social media accounts of shortlisted applicants may be accessed. 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. Following the interview and technical exercise, the selection panel will recommend candidates to attend a generic managerial competency based assessments (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. NB! Applicants who are successful must please note that the NPA is not in a position to pay resettlement costs NB! All employees considered for appointment to the Investigating Directorate will be subject to a lifestyle audit and integrity vetting

Updated: July 6, 2020 — 15:20