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  • Posted: Apr 15, 2022
    Deadline: Apr 22, 2022
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  • Vision In 2003, the Department formulated a vision and the mission statement and also reviewed value statements in 2005 to demonstrate the Department’s and its employees’ serious commitment to Government’s vision of a better life for all the country’s citizens: "To be world-class Public Works Department" Mission The Depart...
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    Deputy Director: User Demand Management (Border Management Authority and Others) Ref No: 2022/141

    Key Purpose: The incumbent will serve as an interface between Department of Public Works and the assigned client department/s at Head Office level. He/ she will coordinate internal stakeholders across various disciplines during various phases of the asset management life cycle with a view to giving premium client service and to increasing client satisfaction.
    CENTRE: Head Office (Pretoria)
    REQUIREMENTS :

    • A three year tertiary qualification (NQF level 6) in Marketing & Communication, Legal & Public Administration, and Built Environment disciplines.
    • Appropriate management experience as an Assistant Director in key accounts management, preferably at a strategic office level within the Public Services Sector.
    • Strong supervisory ability with an emphasis on strong strategic planning and reporting, programme management, diversity management, sound budgeting and financial management.

    Knowledge:

    • Key Account Management (KAM), Government Immovable Asset Management Act (GIAMA), Infrastructure Management Development System (IDMS), Service Level Agreement (SLA), Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), Works Control System (WCS); Property Management Information System (PMIS), Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), Treasury Regulations, Financial Management and Administration,
    • Technical knowledge of the Built Environment, Programme and Project Management,  Property and Facilities Management, Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), Construction Regulations, Procurement & Supply Chain Management Processes and Systems (SCM), Human Resource Development and Management (HRDM).

    Skills:

    • Drafting Service Level Agreement, Service Level Agreements, Memorandums of Understanding (MOU), Performance Development & Management, Research, Analysis, Report and Minutes Writing, Presentation (Power-Point, Excel, Word, etc.),
    • Verbal Communication,
    • Advanced Numeracy& Computer Literacy,
    • Ability to Work Under Pressure,
    • Perform Training
    • Workshops (Research, Organize, Coordinate & Present) to DPWI Staff and Clients,
    • Willingness to adapt work schedule in accordance with office requirements.
    • Dispute and Conflict Management.

    DUTIES :

    • Manage the strategic accommodation requirements of the Border
    • Management Authority and Other Departments (clients) portfolio in alignment with GIAMA.
    • Assist and train clients in the compilation of User Asset
    • Management Plans (U-AMP) and provide guidance on the Custodial Asset
    • Management Plans (C-AMP) supported by Property Performance and management (PP&M) unit.
    • Obtain and verify the strategic accommodation requirements (U-AMP) of clients to determine correctness.
    • Attend budget planning and (re)allocation meetings.
    • Liaise with relevant internal stakeholders (i.e. Regional Offices, Finance, Property Performance and Management, Town Planning Services, Portfolio Analysis, Technical Services, Real Estate Management, Construction Project Management, Facilities Management,
    • Precinct Planning and Development, etc.) to ensure proper planning, implementation and management of the client requirements.
    • Liaise with the clients, Finance (Budget Planning and Financial Accounting) to ensure availability of funding for the client strategic accommodation requirements, and ensure alignment to the Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF).
    • Issue general information requests, Pre-Design Information Requests (PDIR) and Procurement Instructions (PI) requests to relevant internal stakeholders.
    • Liaise with internal and external stakeholders on all matters relating to the strategic requirements of the client.
    • Verify data integrity on the Works Control System (WCS) and the Property Management Information System (PMIS).
    • Control and monitor project budgets with MTEF allocation for Capital Works,
    • Planned Maintenance and Lease projects.
    • Compile and develop quality client specific portfolio reports and distribute to clients monthly.
    • Co-ordinate, convene and chair management meetings (i.e. Client Liaison Forums, Joint Task Teams,
    • Infrastructure Sub-Task Team, Special Project Steering Committees Directorate Operations Management, etc.) and develop meeting agenda, minutes and reports. Co-ordinate and attend progress site meetings with relevant internal and external stakeholders.
    • Provide excellent management support to the Director User Demand Management with general office functions including the accommodation portfolio of the clients.
    • Manage the Sub Directorate User Demand Management (Sub-Directorate) and undertake all administrative functions required with regards to Financial Management and Human Resource Administration.
    • Establish, implement and maintain efficient and effective Communication and Client Relationship Management networks with clients.
    • Develop and manage the Sub-Directorate’s Financial Plan, Annual Performance Plan, Operational Plan, Work-plan, Performance Development
    • Plan and report on progress ad-hoc/monthly/ quarterly/ annually where applicable as required.
    • Develop, implement and maintain administrative processes to ensure proper control of work.
    • Compile and submit all required administrative reports. Chair and serve on task teams as and when required.
    • Manage the procurement and utilisation of asset functions for the SubDirectorate. Plan, allocate, monitor, report and ensure quality control of all work performed by employees in the Sub-Directorate.

    SALARY : R882 042 per annum, All inclusive salary package. (Total package to be structured in accordance with the rules of the Middle Management Service)

    ENQUIRIES : Mr S. Ngcobo, Tel: (012) 406 1935/ 1264

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    Deputy Director: Acquisition Infrastructure Ref No:2022/142

    CENTRE: Head Office (Pretoria)
    REQUIREMENTS :

    • A three year tertiary qualification in Supply Chain Management/ Purchasing Management/ Business Management/ Economics/ Finance/Public Administration / Administration/ Management Sciences.
    • Extensive relevant experience in Procurement/Supply Chain Management at junior management/supervisory role.
    • Experience in Construction or Infrastructure
    • Procurement will be an added advantage.
    • Knowledge of Supply Chain Management Framework, procurement related legislation and regulations, including the Public Finance Management Act, Code of Conduct for Supply Chain Management Practitioners, Treasury Regulations and Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, Preferential Procurement Regulations as shall have been promulgated by the National Treasury, CIDB Act, CIDB
    • Regulations and CIDB Practice Notes and Guides.
    • Understanding of government procurement systems and processes within the built environment is essential.
    • Good verbal and written communication skills, the ability to manage confidential information, advanced interpersonal and negotiation skills, problem solving skills, decision making skills and computer literacy are critical competency areas.
    • The ability to work and deliver under pressure and within tight time frames is essential.

    DUTIES :

    • Actively participate in the design, implementation and management of the institutional arrangements for the procurement of construction works and engineering services as part of the supply chain management system of the
    • Department. Manage, execute, facilitate, support, supervise, and performancemanage the following SCM functions - Demand: Participate in the initiation and development of the Department’s Construction Procurement Strategy and
    • Construction Procurement Policy. Conduct needs assessments by collecting and analyzing relevant data, categorizing commodities and confirming availability of funds,
    • Coordinate and collate business/line functions’ and Regional inputs for procurement plans,
    • Conduct a market and industry analysis,
    • Identify/implement preference points system and appropriate goals per commodity in terms of preferential procurement policy objectives,
    • Oversee; coordinate and advise on the process of drafting specifications/terms of reference and special conditions of contract.
    • Acquisitions: ensure that the bid/quotation processes are compliant and fully executed within the requisite legislative and regulatory frameworks and stipulations.
    • Provide and account for SCM administrative and technical support to ALL Bid Committees, systems and related structures.
    • Ensure that procurement source documents are verified, standard bidding documents are compiled, captured and authorized in accordance with departmental policies and procedures and compliant with applicable legislative requirements,
    • SCM Performance Reporting: Consolidate monthly Head Office and Regional Offices’ inputs to produce SCM performance reports against the Annual Performance Plan, Collate data; prepare reports and presentations for management use,
    • Monitor and report on BBBEE/Preferential Procurement spending in terms of the Department’s targets and report on a weekly/monthly basis on performance against the Procurement Plan.
    • Risk Management: participate, support and provide assistance in the conduct of the annual SCM Risk Assessment and development of the SCM risk universe, compile a risk response plan and quarterly strategic/operational risk reports.
    • Regularity Audit Support: Coordinate Internal and External Audit engagement processes, steer the SCM response process and provide analysis of audit queries, management responses and Audit conclusions.
    • Ensure timeous reporting to Treasury andAuditor General (AG).
    • Perform any other assigned duties in relation to the implementation of the Supply Chain Management system of the PMTE/DPWI.

    SALARY: R744 255 per annum, All inclusive salary package. (Total package to be structured in accordance with the rules of the Middle Management Service)

    ENQUIRIES: Mr. T Tladi, Tel: (012) 406 1864

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    Senior Communications Officer: Communication and Marketing Ref No: 2022/143

    CENTRE: Head Office (Pretoria)
    REQUIREMENTS:

    • A three year tertiary qualification (NQF level 6) in Marketing, Communication, Public Relations, Journalism Events Management or equivalent and relevant experience in the field. Computer literacy; good written and verbal communication skills, driver’s license is highly recommended.
    • Knowledge in Marketing and Communication, Supply chain management,
    • Knowledge of Government Communication process, Marketing Management, Events Management, Exhibition Management, Branding Principles.

    Skills:

    • Organising and Planning, ability to work under pressure,
    • Willing to adapt work schedule in accordance with professional requirement,
    • Willing to travel

    DUTIES :

    • Liaise and promote relations with relevant stakeholders regarding communication services.
    • Assist with the development, monitoring and evaluation of projects.
    • Support the implementation of marketing activities.
    • Ensure that implemented project meet required standard.
    • Promote the DPWI brand through exhibition, campaign and advertising.
    • Plan and coordinate DPWI events, Coordinate branding during the DPWI events.
    • Promote DPWI Corporate Identity.
    • Procurement of Promotional Material.

    SALARY: R321 543 per annum

    ENQUIRIES: Ms L Nemavhidi, Tel (012) 406 1838

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    Artisan Production Grade C: Painting Ref No: 2022/144

    CENTRE: Durban Regional Office
    REQUIREMENTS :

    • A completed Apprenticeship and proof of passing a trade test in terms of the Provisions of Section 13 (2) (h) of the Manpower Training Act, 1981, as amended or a certificate issued under the provision of the repealed section 27 of the Act.
    • Knowledge of the OHS Act.

    DUTIES :

    • Maintenance including new work to the building infrastructure works.
    • Maintain tools.
    • Compile material quantities per project.
    • Supervise assistants.

    SALARY: R266 109 per annum

    ENQUIRIES: Mr MM Zuma: Tel: (072 406 5212

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    Artisan Production Grade C: Mechanical Ref No: 2022/145

    CENTRE : Durban Regional Office
    REQUIREMENTS :

    • A completed Apprenticeship and proof of passing a trade test in terms of the Provisions of Section 13 (2) (h) of the Manpower Training Act, 1981, as amended or a certificate issued under the provision of the repealed section 27 of the Act.
    • Knowledge of the OHS Act.
    • Minimum two years’ experience in the painting trade.

    DUTIES :

    • Maintenance including new work to the building infrastructure works.
    • Maintain tools.
    • Compile material quantities per project. Supervise assistants.

    SALARY : R266 109 per annum

    ENQUIRIES : Mr MM Zuma: Tel: (072) 406 5212

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    Administration Clerk: Logis Ref N0: 2022/146 (2 Posts)

    CENTRE: Head Office (Pretoria)
    REQUIREMENTS :

    • A Senior Certificate/Grade 12.
    • Knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act, Code of Conduct for Supply Chain Management Practitioners, Treasury Regulations and. Good verbal and written communication skills,.
    • Good verbal and written communication for the drafting of quality documentation.
    • The ability to manage confidential information, advanced interpersonal and diplomacy skills, problem solving skills, decision making skills.
    • Computer literacy and a driver’s license are compulsory

    DUTIES :

    • Assist with the payment of invoices within the Directorate Logistics.
    • Verify invoices for compliance.
    • Ensure certification of invoices.
    • Prepare payment batches.
    • Update the Reapatala system
    • Receive, record and verify invoices,
    • Capture and maintain registers,
    • Coordinate and collate weekly and monthly statistics
    • Compiling and investigate the LOGIS Commitments and LOGIS Accruals,
    • Cost Containment to National Treasury, Open Vouchers, Travel Management Company BAS and SAGE Accruals.
    • Assist with the preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual financial inputs.
    • Perform any other assigned duties in relation to the implementation of the Supply Chain Management processes.

    SALARY: R176 310 per annum

    ENQUIRIES: Ms. N, Tel: 012 406 1463

    Method of Application

    APPLICATIONS : May Be Forwarded To The Correct Regional Office/Centre:

    • Head Office Applications: Post: The Director-General, Department of Public Works and Infrastructure, Private Bag X65, Pretoria, 0001 or Hand-delivery:The CGO Building, Corner Bosman and Madiba Streets, Pretoria. For Attention: Ms. N.P. Mudau.
    • Durban Regional Office Applications: The Regional Manager, Department of Public Works, Private Bag X54315, Durban, 4000. Corner Dr Pixley Kasem and Samora Machel Streets Durban. For Attention: Ms NS Nxumalo

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