SASSA Recruits Beneficiary Maintenance (MIS) Practitioner

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10 Feb, 2014

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Salary: R212 106 – R249 849 p.a. exclusive of benefits
Location: Mpumalanga Regional Office, Nelspruit (Ref No.: 4/29)


Candidates should hold a 3-year tertiary qualification coupled with 1-2 years supervisory experience in Social Security;

Knowledge and experience of SOCPEN is required; Computer literacy and a valid driver’s license are essential.


The incumbent will administer the business process attached to Record Management Centre (MIS);

Supervise and monitor the processing of loose correspondence and beneficiary files,

Supervise and monitor the archiving and disposal of beneficiary files in line with the relevant legislation, monitor movement of beneficiary files; Supervise and monitor staff and evaluate their performance.


Persons interested in applying for the following posts should send their applications (CV, recently certified copies of qualifications and ID, including a signed Z83) quoting the relevant reference number to:

Attention: Mr S Sithole, Postal Address: Private Bag x11230, Nelspruit 1200. Hand delivery: 18 Ferreira Street, Nelspruit 1200. Enquiries to: Ms A Ndlovu on 013 754 9334 or Ms A Du Preez 013 754 9337.

Closing date: 11 February 2014


Important notes: Appointment will be subject to a compulsory pre-employment screening in the form of qualification, references, ITC, criminal checks, and compulsory competency assessment. It is our intention to promote representivity in terms of race, gender, disability and youth through the filling of these posts and candidates whose appointment will promote representivity will receive preference. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) prior to the selection process. The Agency is under no obligation to fill a post after the advertisement thereof. Please note: All SASSA staff are subject to compulsory Security Vetting on appointment. No faxed or emailed application will be accepted.


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