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SOCIAL WORK POLICY DEVELOPER: VICTIM EMPOWERMENT 2 POSTS

Posted on :

23 May, 2014

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Healthcare Jobs in South Africa, Social Work Vacancies in South Africa

REF NO: DSD29/01/14HO

SALARY : R261 606-R293 118 per annum, Grade 1
CENTRE : Head Office: Pietermaritzburg

REQUIREMENTS : Matric Certificate or National Certificate (Vocational), A relevant Bachelor’s
Degree in Social Work, Registration with the South African Council for Social
Services Profession as Social Worker. Minimum of 8 years appropriate
experience in Social Work after Registration as Social Worker with the SACSSP.
Knowledge & Skills: National Victim Empowerment Policy, All relevant public
service prescripts; KZN Provincial Growth and Development Strategy; Millennium
Development goals; White Paper on Social Welfare Services; Social Service
Professions Act 110 of 1978 as amended; Draft Policy on Social Service
Professions; Framework for Social Welfare Services; Professional Compliance
Framework for Social Welfare Services; Careers Fair Strategy; Integrated Social
Development Strategy; Recruitment and Retention Strategy for Social Welfare
Services; Generic Business Processes for Social Welfare; Supervision
Framework in Social Welfare Services; Human Rights in the delivery of Social
Welfare Services; The Constitution of Republic of South Africa; Non-Profit
Organisations Act; Policy on Financial Awards 2005; Promotion of Equality and
Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act (PEPUDA); Promotion of Access to
Information Act No 2 of 2000 (PAIA) and Promotion of Administrative Justice Act
of 2000 (PAJA), Project Management, Networking, Communication (written and
verbal), Professional Counseling, Presentation, Monitoring and Evaluation.

 

DUTIES : Develop/review policy guidelines in respect of Victim Empowerment; Manage the
Victim Empowerment Forums; Conduct/ co-ordinate training and capacity
building on policy, strategy procedures and guideline regarding the Victim
Empowerment programme; Monitor and evaluate Victim Empowerment
Organization through Development Quality Assurance, Case Audits and On-Site
visits to monitor compliance to Policies; Co-ordinate National and International
Celebrations promote and co-ordinate the strategy and programme through intersectoral
networking and collaboration; Engage in continuous professional
development.

ENQUIRIES : Mr RV Khoza (033) 264 2205

 

HOW TO APPLY

Directions to candidates: The following documents must be submitted:
Application for employment form (Z83), which is obtainable at any Government
Department, must be signed and dated. Curriculum vitae with full record of service, certified copy of ID
documentation, Driver’s license and certified copy of the highest educational
qualifications. The reference number must be indicated in the column (Part A)
provided on the Z83 form. E.g. DFH 01/2014. NB: Failure to comply with the
above instructions will disqualify applicants. Please note that due to the large
number of applications received, applications will not be acknowledged,
correspondence will be limited to short listed candidates only. The appointments
are subject to positive outcome obtained from the NIA to the following checks
(security clearance, credits records, qualifications, citizenship, and previous
experience verification). Applicants in possession of a foreign qualification must
attach an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualifications Authority
(SAQA) to their applications. Non- RSA Citizens/Permanent Residents/ Work
Permit holders must submit documentary proof together with their applications.
Applicants are respectfully informed that, if no notification of appointment is
received within 4 weeks after closing date, they must accept that their
applications were unsuccessful. Persons with disabilities are encouraged to
apply Please note that no S & T payments will be considered for payment to
candidates that are invited for interviews.

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