October 2, 2022

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT WORKERS – COGTA

SALARY : R208 584 – R245 694 per annum (Level 06)

CENTRE : Chris Hani DM: Enoch Mgijima LM (ward 02) (X1 Post), Ntsika Yethu LM
(Ward 02 & 16) (X2 Posts), Sakhisizwe LM (Ward 05) (X1 Post)
OR Tambo DM: Nyandeni LM (Ward 10) (X1 Post), Mhlontlo LM (Ward 02)
(X1 Post), Ingquza LM (Ward 15 & 16) (X2 Posts)
Alfred Nzo DM: Matatiele LM (Ward 07) (X1 Post), Umzimvubu LM (Ward 07)
(X1 Post), Winnie Madikizela-Mandela LM Ward 05) (X1 Post)
Amathole DM: Amahlathi LM (Ward 08 & 15) (X2 Posts)
Sara Baartman DM: Dr Beyers Naude LM (Ward 02) (X1 Post), Makana LM
(Ward 08) (X1 Post), Great Kei (Ward 07) (X1 Post)

REQUIREMENTS :

  • National Senior certificate, plus National Diploma (NQF level 6) in Public Administration/ Social Science.
  • Understanding of the community Development work and other development process will be an added advantage. Computer skills (MS Word, Excel). Valid driver’s licence code 08.
  • Competencies: Knowledge of the Community Development Facilitation and Community participation process at Municipal level.
  • Understanding of government programmes and projects must be able to interpret government policy to communities, good working relations with the community.
  • Positive attitude towards public. Team building skills, conflict management and interpersonal skills.
  • Creative thinking and innovative, communication interpersonal skills.
  • This refers to the ability to communicate effectively and in an understandable way without defeating the purpose of communication. Cultural Sensitivity:
  • Being able to respect the culture, values and customs of the community,recognising the important role, cultural, historical and social factors play as an integral part of balance development.
  • Adult educational skills: being able to teach experientially using participatory techniques. Programming and development skills: The ability to plan, manage, implement, monitor and evaluate programmes in a wide array of development, health, education, social development, environment protection, forestry, transport, housing, sport and recreation. Personal Attribute: self –motivation, flexibility and ability to work in a team on participatory projects.

DUTIES :

  • Disseminate government and other information to community members in a timely and equitable manner.
  • Listen and receive feedback and directing this appropriately to providers.
  • Supervise work teams of volunteers or community member involved in community projects such as those employed on public works programmes.
  • Assist Communities in understanding government programmes, developing and submitting Integrated Development Plans to municipalities other spheres of government or donors.
  • Coordinate interdepartmental programmes and encourage improve integration.
  • Maintain ongoing and liaison and collaboration with various community-based organisation and other cadres of community- based workers.
  • Promote the principles of Batho Pele and community participation.
  • Alert communities and other services providers to problems and delays in the delivery of basic services.
  • Assist in the implementation of government programmes and projects. Liaise and evaluate the development impact governance projects and programmes have on communities and submit a report to the relevant structures of government (Local, Provincial & National).
  • Assist local communities in dealing with the HIV/AIDS pandemic by intensifying education and awareness on HIV related matters.

ENQUIRIES: Ms N. Mditshwa at Tel No: (040) 940 7074/7083/7076

 

MESSENGER DRIVER: GCALEKA KINGDOM REF NO: COGTA: 37/10/2021

SALARY : R122 595 – R144 411 per annum (Level 03)
CENTRE : Gcaleka

REQUIREMENTS : ABET/Grade 10/ equivalent qualification. Code 10 driver’s license with PDP.

DUTIES: To take care of driving for the Kingdom. Collect stationery and cleaning
material from the Head Office. Move assets from one place to another.
Transport officials and Traditional Leaders when necessary. See to it that the
vehicle is taken to service when necessary. Serve as a messenger to the
regional office. Attend to all messenger duties i.e. photocopying, handling of
mail, delivery and collection of goods and correspondence from the Head
Office and to the Regional Office and Traditional Councils. Collection and
delivery of parcels, packages and official documents as and when required by
the Head of the Kingdom. Knowledge of Transport Regulations

ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mditshwa at Tel No: (040) 940 7074/7083/7076

MESSENGER DRIVER: NYANDENI REGION REF NO: COGTA: 38/10/2021

SALARY : R122 595 – R144 411 per annum (Level 03)
CENTRE : Nyandeni

REQUIREMENTS : ABET/Grade 10/ equivalent qualification. Code 10 driver’s license with PDP.

DUTIES : To take care of driving for the region. Collect stationery and cleaning material
from the Head Office. Move assets from one place to another. Transport officials when necessary. See to it that the vehicle is taken to service when necessary. Serve as a messenger to the regional office. Attend to all
messenger duties i.e. photocopying, handling of mail, delivery and collection
of goods and correspondence from the Head Office and to the Regional Office
and Traditional Councils. Collection and delivery of parcels, packages and
official documents as and when required by the Head of the Region.
Knowledge of Transport Regulations.

ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mditshwa at Tel No: (040) 940 7074/7083/7076

SENIOR ADMIN CLERK: TRADITIONAL INSTITUTION AND COORDINATION REF NO: COGTA: 36/10/2021

SALARY : R173 703 – R204 612 per annum (Level 05)
CENTRE : Western Tembuland Region
Emboland Region (X2 Posts)
Qaukeni Region
Gcaleka Region (X2 Posts)
Rharabe Region

REQUIREMENTS : National Senior certificate. Computer literacy. NQF level 6 will be an added
advantage.

DUTIES : Receiving and banking of all monies of the Traditional Council. Compilation of
financial statement. Coordinate Traditional Council Meetings and provide
secretariat support in the meetings. Record Management of all documentation
relating to the Traditional Council. Coordinate meetings between the
Traditional Leaders and other stakeholders. Financial management including
cash management in compliance with the relevant departmental policies,
Compilation of estimates of revenue collection and expenditure. Compilation
of monthly returns through cash book. Compilation of vouchers for payments
after approval. Promote compliance by Traditional Leaders and Traditional
Council Members with all available pieces of Legislation. Assist in typing of
correspondence in the Traditional Council. Promote cooperation and good
relationship between the Traditional Council, Municipalities and other
stakeholders.

ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mditshwa at Tel No: (040) 940 7074/7083/7076

HOW TO APPLY

APPLICATIONS : can be forwarded through the following Address: Department of Cooperative
Governance and Traditional Affairs: Hand Deliver: Tyamzashe Building, at
Foyer or Post to: The Head of Department of Cooperative Governance &
Traditional Affairs, Private Bag X0035, Bhisho, 5605.

FOR ATTENTION : Ms T. Ngalo Tel No: 040-940 7079/7077/7078//7074/7080/7083/7071
Mr M. S. Meligana

NOTE : Applications must be submitted on a Z83 Form, obtainable from any Public
Service department or on the internet which must be signed (an
unsigned Z83 form will disqualify an application) and should be accompanied
by a recently updated, comprehensive CV as well as copies of all
qualification(s) [Matric certificate must also be attached] and ID-document and
Driver’s licence. Such copies need not be certified. The communication from
HR regarding the requirement for certified documents will be limited to the
short-listed candidates. Therefore, the shortlisted candidates for a post will be
required to submit certified documents on or before the day of the interview
following communication from HR. Non-RSA Citizens/Permanent Resident
Permit Holders must attach a copy of his/her Permanent Residence Permit to
his/her application. Should you be in possession of a foreign qualification, it
must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South African
Qualification Authority (SAQA). Failure to submit all the requested documents
will result in the application not being considered. Correspondence will be
limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted within
three (3) months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that
your application was unsuccessful. Suitable candidates will be subjected to a
personnel suitability check (criminal record check, citizenship verification,
financial/asset record check, qualification/study verification and previous
employment verification). Successful candidates will also be subjected to
security clearance processes. Where applicable, candidates will be subjected
to a skills/knowledge test. Successful candidates will be appointed on a
probation period of twelve (12) months. The Department reserves the right not
to make appointment(s) to the advertised post(s). Persons with disability and
women are encouraged to apply. For SMS posts all shortlisted candidates will
be subjected to a technical exercise that intends to test relevant technical
elements of the job. The selection panel will recommend candidates to attend
a generic Managerial competency assessment in compliance with the DPSA
Directive on the implementation of competency-based assessment. In terms of
DPSA Directive for SMS appointments, applicants are required to produce or
attach a pre-entry Certificate for entry into the SMS posts and the full details
can be sourced by following

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