R733 257 – R863 748 per annum (all-inclusive remuneration package)
CENTRE : Pretoria
A national diploma (NQF 6) in economics, statistics, social sciences or
demography. Three years management experience in regulatory impact analysis
or monitoring and evaluation. Knowledge and understanding of regulatory impact
analysis, evaluation designs and processes, data collection and analysis, as well
as Public Service Regulations, the Public Finance Management Act and
departmental strategic planning processes. Computer, interpersonal, research,
analytical, project management, negotiation, policy development, planning,
organising and communication skills. Ability to meet deadlines and prioritise work.
Good team player that takes the initiative, is assertive and client-focused, and pays
attention to detail.
Develop and oversee the implementation of the DST evaluation framework in line
with the guidance of the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation.
Develop three-year evaluation plans for the Department (includes developing
terms of reference for projects and concept documents, engaging with Supply
Chain Management to appoint a service provider for external evaluations,
conducting DST evaluations, and drafting reports on evaluations). Ensure that
evaluations are useful and that evaluation findings and recommendations are
followed up (includes preparing reports, analysing and synthesising findings,
organising dialogues, and monitoring the follow-up of evaluation
recommendations). Promote evaluation capacity development within the
department (including coordinating awareness to ensure compliance and providing
advice on the evaluation processes).
Ms Nontobeko Nkosi Tel No: (012) 843 6861
APPLICATIONS : must be emailed to Recruit1a@dst.gov.za
CLOSING DATE :
16 October 2020
Applications must be accompanied by a signed Z83 application for employment
form and up-to-date curriculum vitae (including three contactable referees) as well
as recently certified copies of all qualifications and the applicant’s identity