Posted on :
23 May, 2014
23 May, 2014
SALARY : R 276 294-R320 298 per annum Grade 3
CENTRE : Ulundi Region: (Zululand District) Ref No: DSD19/01/14ULD
Midlands Region (Uthukela District) Ref No: DSD20/01/14MID
REQUIREMENTS : Matric Certificate or National Certificate (Vocational), A Bachelor’s Degree in
Social Work; Registration with the South African Council for Social Service
Professions as Social Worker; plus a minimum of 7 years appropriate experience
in social work after registration as Social Worker with SACSSP. Valid driver’s
license Knowledge: Working knowledge of the Public Service; Knowledge of
policy analysis and development; Public Service Regulations; Labour Relations
Act, Child Justice Act, Criminal Procedure Act, Probation Services Act as
amended, Sexual Offenses Act, Prevention and Treatment of Drug Dependency
Act, National Drug Master Plan, Children’s Act and relevant Regulations; Public
Service Act; Interpretation of Statute; Administrative Law; Research
Methodology; Financial Regulations and Public Finance Management
Act(PFMA); Organization behavior analysis; Strategic business management.
Skills: Project Management; Planning and organizing; Networking;
Communication (written and verbal); Professional counseling; Policy Analysis
and Development; Financial Management; Presentation; Monitoring and
Evaluation; People Management; and Ability to compile complex reports.
DUTIES : Assist in the establishment of Reception, Assessment and Referral Centres.
Monitor and evaluate Assessment and Referral Centres. Ensure funding of nongovernmental
organizations rendering services in terms of social crime
prevention. Monitor services rendered by non-governmental organizations.
Evaluate services provided by non-governmental organizations. Assist in the
establishment of Local Drug Action Committee. Assist in the preparation of
service level agreement files. Funding of non –profit organization. Monitoring of
non-governmental organization providing services in terms of substance abuse.
Evaluate services rendered by organizations providing substance abuse
programme. Assist in the establishment of Local Victim Empowerment Forums.
Funding of non-profit organization rendering services in the field of victim
empowerment. Monitor services rendered by nonprofit organization providing
services in Victim Empowerment Programme.
ENQUIRIES : Mr. TF Kubheka( 035) 874 8554(Zululand District)
Mrs G Koopman (036) 634 6600(UThukela District)
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.