CHIEF ARTISAN GRADE A (CRAFT BINDING) – Government Printing Works – Pretoria

REF NO. (GPW18/01)

SALARY : R343 329 per annum

CENTRE : Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 10 or equivalent qualification plus completed apprenticeship in Craft or
Mechanised Binding Trade, At least 10 years’ post-apprenticeship experience,
Sound knowledge of craft or mechanised binding, printing processes and
equipment, 2-3 years’ supervisory experience, Computer literacy, Ability to
transfer skills, Willingness to work shifts, Grade 12 will be an added

DUTIES : Manage the craft binding unit and assist in operating of bindery equipment ,
Ensure that the bindery equipment is effectively and efficiently utilised, Meet
and achieve the applicable standard production targets, Maintain high-quality
control of products produced, Prepare daily/weekly/monthly production
reports, Ensure correct data capturing of finishing activities in the MIS system
(Management Information System), Supervision and ensure the application of
performance management, training and development of learners, artisans and
printers assistants, Ensure the adherence to Occupational Health and Safety
regulations and policies.
ENQUIRIES : Ms J Seabela, Tel. (012) 748 – 6320

APPLICATIONS : All applications must be forwarded to: The Branch: Human Resources,
Government Printing Works, 149 Bosman Street, Pretoria or Private Bag X85,
Pretoria 0001

FOR ATTENTION : Ms. M. Mbokane, Human Resources, Tel No: 012 748 6271.

CLOSING DATE : 23 February 2018

NOTE : Applications must be submitted on form Z83 (obtainable from any Public
Service department) and must be completed in full and page 2 duly signed.
Clear indication of the post and reference number that is being applied for must
be indicated on your Z.83. A recent, comprehensive CV, specifying all
qualifications and experience, with respective dates and certified copies of
qualifications and ID must be attached. The Government Printing Works
reserves the right to fill or not fill the above-mentioned posts. General
information: Short-listed candidates must be available for interviews at a date
and time determine by the Government Printing Works. Successful candidates
will be subjected to security vetting and financial disclosure requirements and
may be subjected to competency assessment (compulsory in senior
management positions). GPW is committed to equality, employment equity
and diversity. In accordance with the employment equity goals and targets,
preference may be given, but not limited to, candidates from underrepresented
designated groups. Applications received after the closing date as well as
those who do not comply with the requirements will not be taken into
consideration. If you have not received a response from this institution within
three months of the closing date, please consider your application