Hostel Supervisor – Buffalo – Higher Education and Training – The DPSA

SALARY : Allowance of R2800 per month and subsidised single hostel accommodation 6
Months performance based college appointment Candidates from the Equity group
of African Males are encouraged to apply

CENTRE : Buffalo City TVET College

REQUIREMENTS : M+3 qualification; A teaching qualification will be an added advantage; A minimum
of two years’ experience in a supervisory capacity; Supervisory experience in a
hostel environment will be an added advantage; Computer literate in MS Word, Ms
Excel, Ms Outlook and Ms PowerPoint (attach proof of relevant certificates); Must
be prepared to reside in the relevant hostel at a subsidised rental (only single
accommodation available). Competencies: Willingness to work long hours; Ability
to work under pressure; Ability to handle students and manage disciplinary matters;
must have sound verbal and written communication skills as well as report writing

DUTIES : Key Performance Areas: Successful applicant will report to the Hostel Matron;
Ensure the smooth running of operations, administration and management of
hostel activities; Regular supervision of students study time; Ensure student
discipline in the residence, according to relevant policy and procedures; Ensure
the safety of students in the residence by enforcement of health and safety policy
and procedures; Record and report all irregular behaviour by students in the
residence; Report on the daily, weekly and monthly activities of hostel; Ensure that
the residence is kept tidy and well maintained, and report any health hazards which
will affect the well-being of students in the residences; Ensure that students
residing at hostels are registered BC College students; Ensure that hostel rules
and regulations are communicated to the students and adhered to; Ensure that no
unauthorised persons are allowed on hostel premises; Ensure that visitors adhere
to the scheduled visiting hours and have signed the visitors register; Any other
duties that may be assigned by the Registrar: SSS.

APPLICATIONS : Buffalo City PublicTV ET College, HR Division, Private Bag 9016, East London
5200 or deliver it to the Administration Centre, corner of Lukin Road and King
Street, Selborne, East London. Enquiries at: 043 704 9237. Application forms are
available on our website, .

CLOSING DATE : 25 April 2017 at 15:00

NOTE : Candidates who are suitably qualified for the above position should submit a letter
of application, together with the official form (Z83), a comprehensive CV and
relevant certified copies of ID, qualifications, previous experience and driver’s
license, together with at least three work-related references. The college reserves
the right to verify any information received in applications. Late and incomplete
applications will not be considered. Submission of fraudulent documentation and
canvassing of Council members or College staff will immediately disqualify the
candidate. Short listed candidates will be invited for an interview. If you have not
been contacted within 4weeks please consider your application as unsuccessful.
The college reserves the right not to fill this position. Buffalo City TVET College is
committed to employment equity with the intention to promote representivity within
the institution.

NOTE : interviewed candidates will be subjected to a competency assessment where
necessary. The successful candidate will be required to sign an annual
performance agreement and employment contract on appointment, disclose
his/her financial interest and be subjected to security clearance. Applications must
be submitted on z83 form obtainable from any public service department or on the
internet at and must be accompanied by a comprehensive
cv as well as certified copies of all qualifications, identity document (id) and drivers
licence (where it is required). it is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign
qualifications evaluated by the south African qualification authority (SAQA). Failure
to submit the requested documents will result in your application not being
considered. Candidates whose appointment will promote representatively in terms
of race, gender and disability will receive preference. As of 1st July 2006, all new
appointments in the public service have to be part of the government employee
medical scheme (GEMS) in order to qualify for a government medical subsidy.