Eastern Cape - COGTA: Accountants, Admin Officers, Drivers, Community Development Workers

PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: EASTERN CAPE

DEPARTMENT OF COOPERATIVE GOVERNANCE AND TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS

COGTA in the Eastern Cape is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. Females, Coloureds, Whites & Indians and Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Employment Equity targets of the Department will be adhered to.



POST 06/86 : SENIOR STATE ACCOUNTANT: PAYMENTS REF NO: COGTA 21/02/2021 (X2 POSTS)

SALARY : R316 791 per annum (Level 08)

CENTRE : Bhisho

REQUIREMENTS : National Senior Certificate, National Diploma (NQF level 6) in Commerce/Accounting or Financial Related Studies. Minimum of One (1) to (2) years’ experience at supervisory level. Experience. Knowledge of Logis and Basic Accounting Financial Systems (BAS). Competencies: Knowledge of Public Service Regulations, Public Finance Management Act, Treasury Regulations and applicable Circulars/instruction Notes/practice, determinations, financial policies and procedures.

DUTIES : Payment of Creditor/Suppliers within 30 days in compliance with Section 38(1) of the PFMA & Section 8.8.3 of Treasury Regulations. Checking and authorization of payment both manually and on an online functionality (BAS & LOGIS) financial systems. Revenue Management and ensure that all receipts are complied, captured/authorised and day ended on BAS and moneys collected are deposited into the bank account of the department. Attend and prompt reply to audit Queries of both Sections (Payments & Revenue) and is submitted to Treasury on Monthly basis. Perform any other duty that may be required from time to time by those in authority.

ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mditshwa at Tel No: (040) 940 7074/7083/7076



POST 06/87 : SENIOR ADMIN OFFICER: ASSET MANAGEMENT REF NO: COGTA 22/02/2021 (X2 POSTS)

SALARY : R316 791 per annum (Level 08)

CENTRE : Bhisho

REQUIREMENTS : National Senior Certificate, National Diploma (NQF Level 6) in Finance/Logistics/Purchasing Management. One to two years’ experience at supervisory level 7/8 Asset Management environment. Computer Literacy Code 08 drivers’ license a must. Competencies: Ability to work well with people. Client orientated. Ability to work under pressure.

DUTIES : Maintain asset and loss register for the Department. Conduct asset verification annually. Formulate disposal committee. Manage and maintain the assets of the Department. Perform administrative function. Supervision of Personnel.

ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mditshwa at Tel No: (040) 940 7074/7083/7076



POST 06/89 : SENIOR ADMIN OFFICER: QAUKENI AND NYANDENI SUB DISTRICT

OFFICES REF NO: COGTA 24/02/2021 (X2 POSTS)

SALARY : R316 791.per annum (Level 08)

CENTRE : Bhisho

REQUIREMENTS : National Senior Certificate, (NQF Level 6) in Public Administration/ Management/ Social Science. One to two years’ experience at supervisory level 6. Computer Literacy Code 08 drivers’ license a must.

DUTIES : Check book of accounts in respect of Traditional Councils for submission to head office. Administer the provisioning of support and resources to Traditional Leadership Institutions. To facilitate the recognition and termination of Traditional Leaders. Administer the conditions of service of Traditional Leaders. Provide administration support in the processing of sitting allowances of Traditional Councils. Assist in the administration of claims and payment of gratuities to beneficiaries of Traditional Leaders. Administer the physical verification of traditional leaders periodically. Ensure efficient delivery of support to Traditional Leaders in the district offices.

ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mditshwa at Tel No: (040) 940 7074/7083/7076



POST 06/94 : COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT WORKERS: MUNICIPAL PUBLIC

PARTICIPATION REF NO: COGTA 29/30/2021 (X11 POSTS)

SALARY : R208 584 per annum (Level 06)

CENTRE : Matatiele, Walter

Sisulu Ward 9

Nyandeni Ward 8

Nyandeni Ward 26

Mhlontlo Ward 3

Ksd Ward 30

Emalahleni Ward 4

Engcobo Ward 3

Mbhashe Ward 12 Mbhashe 14 Ngqushwa Ward 11

REQUIREMENTS : National Senior Certificate. An undergraduate qualification (NQF Level 6). Code 8 driver’s license. Computer literacy. One (1) to Two (2) years’ relevant experience. Competencies: Knowledge of the Community Development Facilitation and Community participation processes at Municipal level. Understanding of government programmes and projects must be able to interpret government policy to communities, good working relations with the community. Positive attitude towards public. Team building skills, conflict management and interpersonal skills. Creative thinking and innovative, communication and interpersonal skills: This refers to the ability to communicate effectively and in an understandable way without defeating the purpose of communication. Cultural Sensitivity: Being able to respect the culture, values and customs of the community, recognising the important role, cultural, historical and social factors play as an integral part of balance development. Adult educational skills: being able to teach experientially using participatory techniques. Programming and development skills: The ability to plan, manage, implement, monitor and evaluate programmes in a wide array of developmental disciplines such as water supply, agriculture, infrastructure development, health, education, social development, environmental protection, forestry, transport, housing, sports and recreation. Personal Attributes: selfmotivation, flexibility and ability to work in a team on participatory projects. Added advantages: Computer literacy, research skills, a valid code 8 (EB) drivers licence.

DUTIES : Disseminate government and other information to community members in a timely and equitable manner. Listen and receive feedback and directing this appropriately to providers. Supervise work teams of volunteers or community members involved in community projects such as those employed on public works programmes. Assist communities in understanding government programmes, developing and submitting Integrated Development Plans to municipalities and other spheres of government or donors. Coordinate interdepartmental programmes and encourage improved integration. Maintain ongoing and liaison and collaboration with various community-based organisations and other cadres of community-based workers. Promote the principles of Batho Pele and community participation. Alert communities and other service providers to problems and delays in the delivery of basic services. Assist in the implementation of government programmes and projects. Liaise and advocate on behalf of communities with government parastatals, NGO and private sector donors, monitor and evaluate the development impact government projects and programmes have on communities and submit a report to the relevant structures of government (local, provincial and national). Assist local communities in dealing with the HIV/AIDS pandemic by intensifying education and awareness on HIV related matters.

ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mditshwa at Tel No: (040) 940 7074/7083/7076



POST 06/95 : DRIVERS HEAD OFFICE AND DISTRICTS REF NO: COGTA 30/31/2021 (X4 POSTS)

SALARY : R122 595 per annum (Level 03)

CENTRE : Joe Gqabi DSC, Alfred Nzo DSC, OR Tambo DSC, Head Office

REQUIREMENTS : Grade10/ Std 8 Certificate. Valid code 14 driver’s license with PDP. Three (3) years’ experience as a driver. Competencies: Knowledge of Road Traffic Management Act. Proven Client focus and orientation. Sound Interpersonal and communication skills. Extensive traveling is required and willingness to work extended hours in provinces municipal areas to deliver water.

DUTIES : Provide driving/messenger services for small vehicle and trucks. Maintain accurate and up to date schedule trip sheets; log official trips, daily mileage and fuel consumption. Perform daily trip and post trip vehicle inspection to ensure that the vehicle is in the best condition at all times. Collect, distribute documents. Ensure proper and secure control over movement of documents. Report incidents and accidents timeously and compile vehicle condition reports and other records required by Management. Report vehicle faults to call centre and ensure vehicle maintenance is carried out.

ENQUIRIES : Ms N. Mditshwa at Tel No: (040) 940 7074/7083/7076







APPLICATIONS : Hand Delivery: Tyamzashe Building, at Foyer or Post to: The Head of Department to the Department of Cooperative Governance & Traditional Affairs, Private Bag X0035, Bhisho, 5605.

FOR ATTENTION : Ms N. Mditshwa



CLOSING DATE : 05 March 2021

NOTE : Applications must be submitted on a Z83 Form, obtainable from any Public Service department or go to www.dpsa.gov.za/ or http://.www.ecprov.gov.za which must be signed (an unsigned Z83 form will disqualify an application) and should be accompanied by a recently updated, comprehensive CV as well as certified copies of all qualification(s), academic record, [Matric certificate must also be attached] ID-document and Driver’s license [where applicable]. NonRSA Citizens/Permanent Resident Permit Holders must attach a copy of his/her Permanent Residence Permit to his/her application. Should you be in possession of a foreign qualification, it must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). Failure to submit all the requested documents will result in the application not being considered. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted within six (6) months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Selected candidates will be subjected to a personnel suitability check (criminal record check, citizenship verification, financial/asset record check, qualification/study verification and previous employment verification). Successful candidates will also be subjected to security clearance processes. Successful candidates will be appointed on a probation period of twelve (12) months. Misrepresentation in the application documents will result in automatic disqualification and disciplinary action in the event the candidate has already been appointed. The Department reserves the right not to make appointment(s) to the advertised post(s). Persons with disability and people from previously disadvantaged groups are encouraged to apply. Employment equity targets of the department will be adhered to.



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