DIRECTOR: POLICY – DEPARTMENT OF TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS

REF NO:
2019/06
SALARY : R1 057 326 per annum (Level 13) (An all-inclusive remuneration package)
(70% of package) and a flexible portion that may be structured in terms of the
applicable guidelines
CENTRE : Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS :
An appropriate Bachelor of Law (LLB) degree or equivalent qualification (NQF
level 7) plus 5-10 years’ experience at middle management or senior
management level in policy implementation. Extensive knowledge of the
Traditional Leadership sector. A valid driver’s licence. Extensive travelling.
Core competencies: Strategic capacity and leadership, people management
and empowerment, programme and project management, change
management and Financial Management. Technical competencies: Policy
formulation. Legislation and policy framework applicable to Traditional
Leadership. Monitoring and Evaluation techniques. Process competencies:
Knowledge management. Service delivery innovation, Problem solving and
analysis, Client orientation, customer focus and communication.

DUTIES :
The successful candidate will perform the following duties: Oversee the
development of Traditional Affairs Regulatory frameworks. Oversee the
implementation of Traditional Affairs Regulatory frameworks (policies,
legislation and regulations. Monitor compliance with Traditional Affairs
Regulatory frameworks. Provide interpretation of Traditional Affairs legislation
and manage legislation implementation information.

ENQUIRIES :
Ms RS Mogaladi Tel No: (012) 395 4972

APPLICATIONS :
Applications may be posted to: Human Resource Management, Department of
Traditional Affairs, Private Bag X 22 Arcadia 0083 or Hand deliver to: 509
Pretorius Street, Arcadia, 2nd Floor Pencardia 1 Building.

FOR ATTENTION : Ms L Motlhala
CLOSING DATE :
22 November 2019

NOTE :
The successful candidate’s appointment will be subject to a security clearance
process and the verification of educational qualification certificates.
Applications must be submitted on form Z.83 (application form), obtainable
from any Public Service department, and should be accompanied by a
comprehensive CV and certified ID and copies of qualifications. It is the
applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South
African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) and to provide proof of such
evaluation. Incomplete applications or applications received after the closing
date will not be considered. It is important to note that it is the applicant’s
responsibility to ensure that all information and attachments in support of the
application are submitted by the due date. Candidates may be required to
undergo a competency assessment. Candidates of persons whose
appointment will promote representivity will receive preference. Due to the
large number of responses anticipated, correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. If you have not been contacted within three months of
the closing date of the advertisement, please accept that your application has
been unsuccessful.