SALARY : R376 596 – R443 601 per annum (Level 09)
CENTRE : Pretoria

Degree or Diploma in Labour Relations or relevant field. Three to five years of
experience as Labour Relations Practitioner. Knowledge of Labour Relations
policies, guidelines and acts. Ability to interpret and apply policies and
legislations. Skills: Conflict resolution, Negotiations, Report writing, Research,
Presentation, Analytical and Decision making. Personal Attributes:
Interpersonal relations, Integrity, Confidential, Responsive, Fairness,
Credibility and Commitment.

Facilitate and follow-up on the resolution of grievances. Receive, acknowledge
and refer grievances. Provide administrative support in the investigation and
resolution of grievances. Monitor the 30 days period of the resolution of
grievances. Update the affected officials regarding the progress and the
outcome of the grievance. Compile reports on grievances for submission to the
public service commission. Administer disciplinary and misconduct cases.
Receive and create a database of misconduct cases. Investigate misconduct
cases. Represent the department in disciplinary cases. Provide administrative
support in the formulation of charges. Provide logistical support for disciplinary
hearings. Follow-up on the implementation of sanctions. Facilitate the
finalization of appeals. Workshop employees and misconduct and disciplinary
related issues. Promote harmonious employer employee relations. Ensure
implementation of collective agreements. Facilitate the resolution of disputes
related to strikes. Represent the department in labour forums. Provide support
in the establishment and proper functioning of departmental bargaining
chamber. Facilitate the implementation of conciliation and arbitration awards.
Represent the department in conciliation and arbitration. Provision secretariat
services for the conciliation and arbitration. Create a database and consolidate
arbitration results / awards. Follow-up on the implementation of awards.

Ms Dineo Masemola / Mr Caiphus Mailula Tel No: (012) 765 9454

05 February 2021 at 15h30
NOTE : Applications must be submitted on a Z83 Form, obtainable from any Public
Service department or on the internet at which must be signed (an
unsigned Z83 form will disqualify an application) and should be accompanied
by a recently updated, comprehensive CV with contactable referees (telephone
numbers and email addresses must be indicated) as well as certified copies of
all qualification(s), Matric certificate and ID-document and Driver’s license
(where applicable).