Posted on :
13 May, 2020
13 May, 2020
JET and the Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services Sector Education and Training Authority (merSETA), have initiated a collaborative project that seeks to address the development of an integrated national digital ecosystem which is interoperable and can be used for effective skills planning and provisioning. We are looking for a Programme Manager to work on this project.
Job Title: Programme Management Consultant
Location: South Africa
JET and the Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services Sector Education and Training Authority (merSETA), have initiated a collaborative project that seeks to address the development of an integrated national digital ecosystem which is interoperable and can be used for effective skills planning and provisioning.
The purpose of the project is to establish an integrated digital ecosystem that will strengthen, integrate, coordinate and improve efficiencies in the governance and management of the post-school education and training (PSET) system. Its main objective is to ensure that data sets are interoperable, well synchronised and used effectively as sources of information for planning and improving efficiency in the PSET system.
Phase 1 of the project has been completed and involved a situational analysis of the PSET sector, a mapping study and a feasibility report. A condensed version of the reports will be released in early 2020, and will also be made available to shortlisted service providers.
An international review has also been completed – available in the public domain at www.jet.org.za/resources/interoperable-data-ecosystems.pdf/view.
In this context, we are seeking to appoint a Consultant who will be responsible for planning and management of the overall merSETA ecosystem programme (including coordination, integration, managing resources, implementation ) of the Technology, Information and Knowledge Management Programme (inclusive of data and records management ) at the merSETA. The Programme Management Consultant will work within a dedicated project team comprising of the Change Management Consultant and Data Specialist.
The Consultant will be contracted to work a maximum of 160 hours a month for a period of 2 years (renewable based on performance and project funding/requirements).
Desired qualifications and experience
Duties & responsibilities
Applications must be submitted online using this link Programme Management Consultant
Application Deadline: Friday 22 May at 17h00
NB: Late applications will not be considered.