Department of Cooperative Governance: Deputy Director-Municipal Infrastructure Grant Administration

Department of Cooperative Governance

SALARY: R733 257 per annum (Level 11) (An all-inclusive remuneration package)
CENTRE: Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS: A three-year National diploma in Economic Science/Development
Studies/Humanities/ Built Environment Disciplines or a Bachelor’s degree in
Economic Science/Development Studies/Humanities/Built Environment
Disciplines or an equivalent qualification with 3 – 5 years’ appropriate
experience in the relevant field. Additional Requirements: Driver’s Licence and
Extensive Travelling. Generic competencies: Planning and organising.
Coordination. Problem solving and decision-making. Project management.
People management and empowerment. Client orientation and customer
focus. Team leadership. Diversity management. Communication (verbal and
written). Technical competencies: Service delivery thorough grant application.
Administration of a Grant to Municipalities in terms of policy and legislation.
Application of technical norms and standards. Poverty eradication and job

DUTIES: The successful candidate will perform the following duties: Manage the MIG
fund administration and implementation including scheduling, transferring,
monthly expenditure reporting and analysis, withholding, stopping and
reallocation. Monitor the financial and non-financial reporting as per legislative
requirements through the utilization of MIG-MIS. Manage the projects site visits
and evaluate site visit reports. Manage and assess the business plans of
municipalities to meet the general and specific sector requirements.
ENQUIRIES: Ms V. Mabitsi Tel No: (012) 336 5655

FOR ATTENTION : URS Response Handling Tel No: (012) 811 1900.

NOTE : The successful candidate will be appointed subject to positive results of the
security clearance process and the verification of educational qualification
certificates. Applications must be submitted on a signed Z83 Form (application
form), obtainable from any Public Service department website, and should be
accompanied by a comprehensive CV as well as copies of ID and all
qualifications. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications
evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) and to provide
proof of such evaluation. Incomplete applications or applications received after
the closing date will not be considered. It is important to note that it is the
applicant’s responsibility to ensure that all information and attachments in
support of the application are submitted by the due date. Due to the large
number of responses anticipated, correspondence will be limited to short-listed
candidates only. If you have not been contacted within three months of the
closing date of the advertisement, please accept that your application has been
unsuccessful. Thank you for the interest shown in the Department.
CLOSING DATE : 25 September 2020