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1 month ago   Public Service   Pretoria   25 views Reference: 1
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A three year qualification (NQF Level 6) in Property Management / Financial Management or Property Law, Extensive relevant working experience in Property Management Development, Built Environment and Project Management, relevant managerial experience. Knowledge of the State Land Disposal Act, Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment Act, Public Financial Management Act, Treasury Regulations, Supply Chain Management Framework, Preferential Procurement Policy Framework, procurement directives and procedures and Government budget procedures. Computer literacy. Time management skills, Effective Communication, diplomacy and negotiation skill. People management, coaching and mentoring skills. Presentation and report-writing skills. Planning, organizing and facilitation skills. Problem-solving skills. Willingness to adapt to work schedule in accordance with professional requirements. Willingness to travel. Valid driver’s license.


Manage the disposal process of fixed assets. Co-ordinate and facilitate the process of identifying superfluous properties to be disposed of. Manage the prioritization of assets to be disposed of. Develop and implement strategies to guide the disposal of State immovable properties. Establish the ownership of properties to be disposed of. Ensure that no property disposal infringes on the National Land Reform Programme. Manage the transfer of ownership of immovable assets disposed of. Ensure compliance with Departmental policies on disposal. Manage financial processes on the disposal of fixed assets. Assist in the valuation of properties to be disposed of. Manage the compilation of budget inputs. Compile and present budget review reports on property disposals. Manage the recovery of State funds. Oversee and ensure timeous payments of consultants and related fees. Prepare and present quarterly projections to the Supply Chain Management. Attend to the resolution of audit queries. Manage the Property Disposal Section effectively. Prepare and present progress reports. Manage human resource-related processes. Assist in the tender administration of properties to be disposed of. Manage project contracts. Liaise and interact with stakeholders.


Mr. N. Mathivha Tel No: (012) 310 5027 APPLICATIONS : Pretoria Regional applications: The Regional Manager, Department of Public Works Private BagX229, Pretoria, 0001 or 251 Skinner AVN Building, Cnr Andries and Skinner Street, Pretoria.

FOR ATTENTION : Ms. K Tlhapane/ Ms MC. Lekganyane

Company Description
The Department of Public Works is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. The intention is to promote representatively in the Public Service through the filling of these posts and with persons whose appointment will promote representatively, will receive preference. An indication by candidates in this regard will facilitate the processing of applications. If no suitable candidates from the unrepresented groups can be recruited, candidates from the represented groups will be considered. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Kindly take note that with effect from 01 January 2021, DPSA approved the new Z83 Application Form (obtainable from any Public Service department); applicants are requested to use the new application form as failure to do so will result in their application being disqualified. The Z83 form must be signed when submitted, To streamline the recruitment process to be more responsive to the public, as well as to create more protective measures during the pandemic by avoiding over-crowding and curb the costs incurred by applicants such measures should include the following regarding certification: Advertisement and accompanying notes must clearly capture the requirements for the certification to reflect that applicants, Please not note that applicants are not required to submit copies of qualifications and other relevant documents on application but must submit the Z83 and a detailed Curriculum Vitae. The communication from HR of the department regarding requirements of certified documents will be limited to shortlisted candidates. Therefore only shortlisted candidates for a post will be required to submit certified documents on or before the day of the interview following communication from HR. The application for employment Form (Z83) provides under the sectional “additional information” that candidates who are selected for interviews will be requested to furnish additional certified information that may be requested to make final decision. It must be borne in mind that when a document is certified as a true copy of an original, the certifier only confirms it being a true copy of the original presented. Therefore, the certification process does not provide validation of the authenticity of the original document. The validation occurs when the documents is verified for authenticity. Regulation 67 (9) requires the executive authority to ensure that he or she is fully satisfied of the claims being made and these read with Regulations (57) (c) which requires the finalisation of Personnel Suitability Checks in order to verify claims and check the candidate for purpose of being fit and proper for employment. Applications not complying with the above will be disqualified. Should you not have heard from us within the next months, please regard your application as unsuccessful. Note: It is the responsibility of all applicants to ensure that foreign and other qualifications are evaluated by SAQA. Recognition of prior learning will only be considered on submission of proof by candidates. Kindly note that appointment will be subject to verification of qualifications and a security clearance. Faxed or late applications will NOT be accepted. Shortlisted candidates must be willing to undergo normal vetting and verification processes. Should you not have heard from us within the next 3 months, please regard your application as unsuccessful.