Posted on :
13 Oct, 2015
13 Oct, 2015
CHIEF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PRACTITIONERS 10 POSTS REF NO: NSG 19/2015 One year fixed term contract, additional to the fixed establishment SALARY : An inclusive remuneration package commencing at R674 979 per annum, Salary Level 12
CENTRE : Pretoria.
REQUIREMENTS : Honours degree/equivalent in education training and development Valid driver’s license (Willing to travel and work after hours).Assessor (Unit standard 115753) qualification. Moderator (Unit standard 115759) qualification. Registered with the relevant SETA. 10 years’ experience in facilitation of training to adult learners and the design of training material in a higher education institution.
Experience and competence in ABET Training and ODET/DP Certificate or equivalent .development and assessment of Competencies aligned with SAQA requirements. Good understanding of the functioning of the Public Service and work.
Deep knowledge of a wide range of study fields and the statutory framework in the Public Service. (Demonstrated ability to grasp current statutory prescripts & be able to draw on experience in studying existing and new legislation, obtaining opinions from legal counsel, enforcing and advising on needed actions).Demonstrated subject expertise and full use of professional knowledge.
Excellent training facilitation skills. Good presentation skills. Coaching and mentoring skills. Excellent communication skills (Demonstrated ability to speak clearly and concisely, adapt style and wording to each listener and to explain complex issues to co-workers and learners).Good interpersonal skills. Research and report writing skills.
Good problem solving skills. Good records management skills. Good Time Management skills and turnaround times. Excellent Strategic Capability and leadership skills. Project & Programme Management skills. Computer literate and demonstrated ability on the use of the MS Office suite in especially PowerPoint and the design of presentations
DUTIES : Conduct research on latest training trends and to improve professional knowledge. Research on determination of training needs, evaluation techniques and training aids. Liaise with other training organizations in and outside the public service Organise and provide training and assessment using a variety of methodologies. Maintain an effective and efficient records management system.
Provide inputs on the development of training materials and learning aids, monitoring & evaluation of courses. Manage the work flow and quality of output of Sub-directorate. People and Resource Management Respond to Audit reports for the sub-directorate. Provide budget inputs. Knowledge and application of legislative requirements. Ensure implementation of systems, procedure and processes
ENQUIRIES : Ms L Lepan (012) 441 6088
APPLICATIONS : Principal: National School of Government, Private Bag X759, Pretoria, 0001 FOR ATTENTION : Ms L Raseroka, HR Unit, National School of Government by hand at ZK Matthews Building, 70 Meintjes Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria. E-mailed and faxed applications will not be accepted. Enquiries: In connection with the applications kindly contact Ms Letty Raseroka (012) 441 6626 or Mr Mpho Mugodo, (012) 441-6017.
CLOSING DATE : 23 October 2015 @ 16h00 NOTE : Applications must consist of: A fully completed and signed Z83 form; a recent comprehensive CV; contactable referees (telephone numbers and email addresses must be indicated); the relevant reference number must be quoted on the application.
Foreign qualifications must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). All non-SA citizens must attach a certified copy of proof of permanent residence in South Africa. All short listed candidates will be required to submit certified copies of their identity document and qualifications before the interviews. All shortlisted candidates will be subjected to a technical exercise that intends to test relevant technical elements of the job.
Following the interview the recommended SMS candidates will be required to attend a generic managerial competency assessment. They will also be subjected to security and qualifications vetting. The National School of Government reserves the right not to make an appointment. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only.