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To apply

  • Applicants with disabilities are welcome to apply. 
  • Applications must be submitted on the Application for Employment form (Z.83) [PDF] 31 kb. Please print and complete the form or obtain it from any Public Service department.
  • The completed and signed form Z83 should be accompanied by a recently updated, comprehensive CV as well as certified copies of all qualification(s) and ID-document (certification stamp should not be older than three months).
  • Suitable candidates will be subjected to a personnel suitability check (criminal record, citizenship, credit record checks, qualification verification and employment verification).
  • Forward your application, quoting the relevant reference number and the name of the publication in which you saw this advertisement, to: The DG of Government Communication and Information System, Private Bag X745, Pretoria, 0001, or hand delivered to Tshedimosetso House, 1035 Frances Baard Street (corner Festival Street), Hatfield, Pretoria, for attention Mr S Ndlovu.

GCIS is an equal opportunity employer and practicing affirmative action employment. It is our intention to promote representivity (race, gender, disability) in the department through filling these posts.

Correspondence will be limited to successful candidates only. If you have not been contacted within one month after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

The successful candidate must disclose to the DG particulars of all registrable financial interests, sign a performance agreement and employment contract with the DG within three months from the date of assumption of duty and obtain a top secret security clearance. All appointments are subject to the verification of educational qualifications, previous experience, citizenship, reference checks and security vetting.

Following the interview and technical exercise, the selection panel will recommend candidates to attend generic managerial competency assessment.

For vacancies at other government departments, see Vacancies on the Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) website.

 

Director: Media Production

Ref: 3/1/5/1 – 20/75
Chief Directorate: Communication Service Agency
Salary: R1 057 326 per annum (Level 13) (All-inclusive salary package) of which 30% may be structured according to the individual’s needs.
Centre: Pretoria

Requirements: Applications must be in possession of an appropriate three-year Bachelor’s Degree (NQF level 7) in Media Studies, Business Management, Marketing or related field of qualification. Experience: five (05) years’ experience at a MMS (middle management service) /SMS (senior managerial level) with extensive experience in media production services and corporate identity management. Ability to provide overall leadership and guidance to the six sub-directorates in Media Production i.e. Photography, Video, Graphic Design, Corporate Identity, Traffic Management and Radio unit. Ability to manage Panel of Agencies for Media Production and Marketing Services. Proven knowledge of the media production, marketing and advertising sectors. Proven experience in managing third party vendors, agencies and managing budgets.  The applicant must have understanding of the government and /or public sector market and proven ability to develop and manage client-focused strategies. Skills: creative execution, excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills. Proven ability to interact with people at all levels of client organisations/ departments. Commitment to delivering creative solutions and aligning team members to deliver those solutions to the satisfaction of client departments.

Duties:

The successful candidate will serve as a member of the Content and Dissemination Branch and provide leadership and management six sub-directorates i.e. photographic, video and radio production, Corporate Identity Management, graphic design and traffic management. The appropriate candidate will oversee the development of products and services by ensuring that high standards are maintained and all approved request are completed. Oversee the management of Panel of Agencies for Media Production and marketing services.  Provide leadership and operate an efficient, effective and compliant Directorate: Media Production. Proactively manage risk and comply with audit requirements.  The appropriate candidate will have a sound understanding of these professional disciplines and will lead the integration of these services into a comprehensive service offering by GCIS to the Public Sector, and in partnership with private-sector service providers. He/she will provide leadership in the development, production and management of campaign products in-house or through outsourcing of communication services; oversee the implementation of government’s corporate identity programme, and supervise. Build strong and trusting relationships with clients departments, community media, and creative agencies. Management and monitor budget. Develop and oversee effective account management and client liaison function. Support and train the media production team in the best practices of creative execution and production. Ensure collaboration among relevant sections within GCIS and foster teamwork. Respond appropriately and promptly when presented with complicated problems and issued by client departments.

Note: Preference will be given to African male/female candidates

Enquiries: Ms N Shuping. Tel: 012 473 0042
Closing date: 9 October 2020

Director: Vuk'uzenzele

Ref: 3/1/5/1 – 20/76
Chief Directorate: Products and Platforms
Salary: R1 057 326 per annum (Level 13) (All-inclusive salary package) of which 30% may be structured according to the individual’s needs
Centre: Pretoria

Requirements: Applicants must be in possession of an appropriate three-year Bachelor’s Degree (NQF level 7) and five (5) years’ verifiable experience at MMS (middle management services ) /SMS (senior management service) in related fields. Knowledge of financial administrative processes, supply chain management, and staff administration. Knowledge of Public Service Regularity Frameworks, and Directives. Good Client orientation and customer focus, programme and project management, organizing and coordination skills, writing, and communication skills. Experience regarding all aspects of office management, the management of human and financial resources. Excellent time management, and extensive report writing experience. The ability to multi-task and manage priorities in a fast-paced environment. Strong financial and human resource management skills. Computer skills. A code 8 driver’s license.

Duties: The successful candidate will be an energetic, creative and meticulous multimedia content developer and editor who will add value to GCIS’s communications with the South African public and international stakeholders. The candidate will have a sophisticated understanding of the role of GCIS in the government communication system and in government’s engagement with citizens and stakeholders. The candidate will be familiar with and responsive to audience segmentation models and the development of differentiated content. The candidate will be innovative and able to provide leadership in multimedia content development for digital and print products. The candidate will be required to manage the overall production process of two (2) publications (Vukúzenzele Government Newspaper and Public Sector Manager Magazine). Provide strategic leadership to the Directorate: Vuk’uzenzele within the Chief Directorate: Products and Platforms. Lead and coordinate the development of a content plan (diary) for the newspaper and the magazine and undertaking editing and coaching duties with writers and designers that will enable the publishing of products of outstanding quality. To publish periodic editions of Vukúzenzele newspaper and monthly Public Sector Manager Magazine. Lead the directorate in the editorial planning of both publications to ensure that the content is relevant for the target audience. Participate in the editorial planning of other products and platforms in the Chief Directorate. Provide overall management and administration of the Directorate in the following areas: Financial administration, e.g. developing budgets, compiling and monitoring financial projections and operational expenditure. Supply Chain Management, e.g. managing the supplier environment with respect to sourcing of quotations, developing briefs and specifications for outsourcing of publication services, compiling memoranda and submission for procurement purposes, trafficking delivery of outsourced products and services. Taking care of the day to day business operations of the office, e.g. correspondence, preparing and dealing with minutes, memos and reports, staff administration, including performance management etc. Manage tender procurement processes and contracts in the directorate.

Note: Preference will be given to African male/female candidates

Enquiries: Mr T Seale Tel: 012 473 0324
Closing date: 9 October 2020

Deputy Director: Analyst Programmer

Ref: 3/1/5/1 – 20-27
Directorate: Information Management Systems
Salary: All-inclusive salary package: R 733 257 per annum of which 30% may be structured according to the individual’s needs. (Level 11)
Centre: Pretoria

Requirements: A relevant National Diploma or Bachelor degree in Computer Science or Information Technology or relevant qualification, with 4 years relevant experience in system development according to the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) of which 2 years should be at salary level 9 or 10. Programming in Visual Studio 2013 or 2015, ASP.Net and Visual Basic.Net Languages. Relational Database concepts and experience in SQL server for database design and SQL query design. Design and Develop Business Intelligent dashboards and Reports in Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services. Preferable with SharePoint Development and administration skill and Internet-based form development skill. Systems Analysis, documentation and problem solving skills. Good logical and analytical thinking. Ability to work independently, under pressure and in a team. Time management and pro-activeness. Fair understanding of project management. Good communication skills (written and oral) and interpersonal, as well as good organizing and planning skills.

Duties: Perform systems analysis, design and development based on user Requirements. Develop Business Intelligent dashboards and reports for various systems. Provide user training and support for in-house developed systems. Co-ordinate and assist with the management of external systems development projects with external Service Providers. Work closely with the Director: Information Management Systems and other team members to provide system solutions. Evaluate, investigate and apply new technologies to enhance Information Management Systems within GCIS. Provide SharePoint Administration Support

Enquiries: Ms XH Cathy Chen Tel: 012 473 0043
Note: Preference will be given to African Male and Coloured Male/Female. People with disabilities will be given preference regardless of Race.

Closing date:
18 September 2020

Regional Communication Coordinator: ZF Mgcawu District

Ref: 3/1/5/1 – 20/45
Directorate: Northern Cape Provincial Office
Salary: R376 596 per annum (Level 9) 
Centre:  ZF Mgcawu District

Requirements:  Applicants must be in possession of Grade 12, and an appropriate three (3) year degree (NQF level 7) or National Diploma (NQF level 6) in Communication or related qualification. Three (3) years communication experience of which one (1) year should be experience at salary level seven (7) or eight (8) with knowledge of communication disciplines, including media liaison, research and development communication. The candidate must have an understanding of development communication, and knowledge of the Northern Cape Province with specific insights in ZF Mgcawu District and its local Municipalities. Furthermore, he/she must be computer literate and be in possession of a valid Code 08 driver's licence as the work involves extensive travelling. Good knowledge of administration and finances is required.

Duties: The successful candidate will support the Deputy Director: Liaison in the implementation of a government communication programme (GCP) in the ZF Mgcawu District as follows: Implement key communication projects in line with government priorities and in accordance with the guidelines for development communication practice and platforms as developed by GCIS. Supervise and monitor the work of district based Senior Communication Officers (if any) as well as any communication interns or learners assigned to the District, including their administrative and operational functions, and report these to the Deputy Director: Provincial Liaison. Ensure the establishment and where necessary review and strengthening of communication coordination structures in the District. Ensure the effective cascading of government communication content especially to leaders and structures of local government across the District. Support all initiatives aimed at strengthening Local Government Communication System through advocacy in strategic IGR structures at District and local level. Further, provide communication support to various integrated service delivery models of government, including the District Based Development Model and the Thusong service centre programme. Responsible for the development and maintenance of effective high-level stakeholder relations in the region with biasness towards civil society, minority groups, local government and traditional leaders. A strategy to this end will be one of the first necessary deliverables. Coordination and implementation of rapid response requirements in the District as well as writing service delivery articles on governments' delivery on its mandate. Responsible for the revision and development of a regional distribution strategy for government information products. Additionally, on a regular basis, develop local communication environment assessments reports on key issues emanating from the District for the use by various stakeholders and clients. Support government public participation initiatives including feedback and follow up on the required communication interventions as recommended.

Enquiries: Mr C Moeti Tel No: 053 835 1378
Closing date: 18 September 2020

Regional Communication Coordinator: Cape Winelands

Ref: 3/1/5/1 – 20-29      
Directorate: Western Cape Provincial Office
Salary: Commencing salary of R376 596 per annum (Level 9)
Centre:  Worcester 

Requirements: Applicants must be in possession of an appropriate three (3) year degree (NQF level 7) or National Diploma (NQF level 6) in Communication or related qualification, with three (3) years communication experience and one (1) year should be experience at salary level seven (7) or eight (8) or supervisory level, with knowledge of communication disciplines, including media liaison, research and development communication. The applicant must have an understanding of development communication, and knowledge of the Western Cape Province with specific insights in the Cape Winelands District and its local Municipalities.

Duties: The successful candidate will be responsible to support the Deputy Director: Liaison in the implementation of a strategic government communication function in the Cape Winelands District as follows: implement key communication projects guided in line with government priorities and in accordance with the guidelines for development communication practice and platforms as developed by GCIS. Coordinate and monitor the government communication function in the district, including the monitoring and supervision of the work of the district based on Senior Communication Officers as well as any communication interns or learners assigned to the region, including their administrative and operational functions, and report these to the Deputy Director: Provincial Liaison. Ensure the establishment and where necessary review and strengthening of communication coordination structures in the District to ensure the effective cascading of government communication content especially to leaders and structures of local government across the District. The candidate will support all initiatives aimed at strengthening Local government communication system through interface with strategic IGR structures at local level. The candidate will further provide communication support in various integrated service delivery models of government such as the Thusong service centre programme. The successful candidate will also be responsible for the development and maintenance of effective high level stakeholder relations in the region with a bias towards civil society, minority groups, local government and traditional leaders.  A strategy to this end will be one of the first necessary deliverables. Coordination and implementation of rapid response requirements in the District as well as writing articles on government developments in the region from time to time.  The regional coordinator will also be responsible for the revision and development of a new regional distribution strategy for government information products.  The successful candidate will additionally, on a regular basis, be required to develop local communication environment assessments of the District for use by various stakeholders and clients with required communication interventions recommended.

Enquiries: Ms G Thopps Tel: 021 418 0533 
Closing date: 18 September 2020

Regional Communication Coordinator: Zululand District

Ref: 3/1/5/1 – 20-30
Directorate: KwaZulu Natal Provincial Office
Salary: R376 596 per annum (Level 9) 
Centre: Zululand District

Requirements: Applicants must be in possession of Grade 12, and an appropriate three (3) year degree (NQF level 7) or National Diploma (NQF level 6) in Communication or related qualification Experience: Three (3) years communication experience and one (1) year should be experience at salary level seven (7), with knowledge of communication disciplines, including media liaison, research and development communication. The applicant must have an understanding of development communication, and knowledge of the KwaZulu Natal Province with specific insights into the Zululand District and its local municipalities. 

Duties: The successful candidate will be responsible to support the Deputy Director: Liaison in the implementation of a strategic government communication function in the Zululand District as follows: implement key communication projects guided in line with government priorities and in accordance with the guidelines for development communication practice and platforms as developed by GCIS. Provide strategic communication support in the district, including the monitoring and supervision of the work of the district based communication interns or learners assigned to the region, including their administrative and operational functions, and report these to the Deputy Director: Provincial Liaison. Ensure the establishment and where necessary review and strengthening of communication coordination structures in the District to ensure the effective cascading of government communication content especially to leaders and structures of local government across the District. The candidate will support all initiatives aimed at strengthening Local government communication system through interface with strategic IGR structures at local level. The candidate will further provide communication support in various integrated service delivery models of government such as the Thusong service centre programme. The successful candidate will also be responsible for the development and maintenance of effective high level stakeholder relations in the region with a bias towards civil society, minority groups, local government and traditional leaders. A strategy to this end will be one of the first necessary deliverables. Coordination and implementation of rapid response requirements in the District; as well as writing articles on government developments in the region from time to time. The regional coordinator will also be responsible for the revision and development of a new regional distribution strategy for government information products. The successful candidate will additionally, on a regular basis, be required to develop local communication environment assessments of the District for use by various stakeholders and clients with required communication interventions recommended. 

Note: Preference will be given to Coloured male/female, Indian male/female and White male/female
Enquiries: Ms N Mngadi Tel: 031 301 6787
Closing date: 18 September 2020

Regional Communication Coordinator: Fezile Dabi District

Ref: 3/1/5/1 – 20-31
Directorate: Free State Provincial Office
Salary: R376 596 per annum (Level 9) 
Centre:  Fezile Dabi District

Requirements:  Applicants must be in possession of Grade 12, and an appropriate three (3) year degree (NQF level 7) or National Diploma (NQF level 6) in Communication or related qualification. Experience: Three (3) years communication experience and one (1) year should be experience at salary level seven (7) or eight (8) with knowledge of communication disciplines, including media liaison, research and development communication. The candidate must have an understanding of development communication, and knowledge of the Free State Province with specific insights in the Fezile Dabi District and its local Municipalities. Furthermore, he/she must be computer literate and be in possession of a valid Code 08 driver's licence as the work involves extensive travelling. Good knowledge of administration and finances is required.

Duties:  The successful candidate will support the Deputy Director: Liaison in the implementation of a government communication programme (GCP) in the Fezile Dabi District as follows: Implement key communication projects guided in line with government priorities and in accordance with the guidelines for development communication practice and platforms as developed by GCIS. Supervise and monitor the work of district based Senior Communication Officers as well as any communication interns or learners assigned to the region, including their administrative and operational functions, and report these to the Deputy Director: Provincial Liaison. Ensure the establishment and where necessary review and strengthening of communication coordination structures in the District to ensure the effective cascading of government communication content especially to leaders and structures of local government across the District. Support all initiatives aimed at strengthening Local Government Communication System through advocacy in strategic IGR structures at District and local level. Further, provide communication support to various integrated service delivery models of government, including the Thusong service centre programme. Responsible for the development and maintenance of effective high-level stakeholder relations in the region with biasness towards civil society, minority groups, local government and traditional leaders. A strategy to this end will be one of the first necessary deliverables. Coordination and implementation of rapid response requirements in the District as well as writing service delivery articles on governments' delivery on its mandate. Responsible for the revision and development of a regional distribution strategy for government information products.  Additionally, on a regular basis, be required to develop local communication environment assessments reports on key issues emanating from the District for the use by various stakeholders and clients. Support government public participation initiatives including feedback and follow up on the required communication interventions as recommended.

Enquiries: Ms M Dirane Tel No: 051 448 4504
Closing date: 18 September 2020
 

Regional Communication Coordinator: Dr Kenneth Kaunda District 

Ref: 3/1/5/1 – 20-32
Directorate: North West 
Salary: R376 596 per annum (Level 9) 
Centre:  Dr Kenneth Kaunda District

Requirements:  Applicants must be in possession of an appropriate three (3) year degree (NQF level 7) or National Diploma (NQF level 6) in Communication or related qualification Experience: Three (3) years communication experience and one (1) year should be experience at salary level seven (7) or eight (8) or supervisory level, with knowledge of communication disciplines, including media liaison, research and development communication The applicant must have an understanding of development communication, and knowledge of the North West Province with specific insights in the Ngaka Modiri Molema District and its local Municipalities. 

Duties:  The successful candidate will be responsible to support the Deputy Director: Liaison in the implementation of a strategic government communication function in the Ngaka Modiri Molema District as follows: implement key communication projects guided in line with government priorities and in accordance with the guidelines for development communication practice and platforms as developed by GCIS Provide strategic communication support in the district, including the monitoring and supervision of the work of the district based communication interns or learners assigned to the region, including their administrative and operational functions, and report these to the Deputy Director: Provincial Liaison Ensure the establishment and where necessary review and strengthening of communication coordination structures in the District to ensure the effective cascading of government communication content especially to leaders and structures of local government across the District The candidate will support all initiatives aimed at strengthening Local government communication system through interface with strategic IGR structures at local level The candidate will further provide communication support in various integrated service delivery models of government such as the Thusong service center programme The successful candidate will also be responsible for the development and maintenance of effective high level stakeholder relations in the region with a bias towards civil society, minority groups, local government and traditional leaders A strategy to this end will be one of the first necessary deliverables Coordination and implementation of rapid response requirements in the District as well as writing articles on government developments in the region from time to time The regional coordinator will also be responsible for the revision and development of a new regional distribution strategy for government information products The successful candidate will additionally, on a regular basis, be required to develop local communication environment assessments of the District for use by various stakeholders and clients with required communication interventions recommended. 

Enquiries: Ms Boitumelo Mosadi Tel: 018 381 7071
Note
: Preference will be given to Coloured male/female, Indian male/female and White male/female

Closing date: 18 September 2020

Regional Communication Coordinator: Ngaka Modiri District 

Ref: 3/1/5/1 – 20-64
Directorate: Provincial Liaison: North West 
Salary: R376 596 per annum (Level 9) 
Centre: Ngaka Modiri District

Requirements : Applicants must be in possession of an appropriate three (3) year degree (NQF level 7) or National Diploma (NQF level 6) in Communication or related qualification Experience: Three (3) years communication experience and one (1) year should be experience at salary level seven (7) or eight (8) or supervisory level, with knowledge of communication disciplines, including media liaison, research and development communication The applicant must have an understanding of development communication, and knowledge of the North West Province with specific insights in the Ngaka Modiri Molema District and its local Municipalities. 

Duties : The successful candidate will be responsible to support the Deputy Director: Liaison in the implementation of a strategic government communication function in the Ngaka Modiri Molema District as follows: implement key communication projects guided in line with government priorities and in accordance with the guidelines for development communication practice and platforms as developed by GCIS Provide strategic communication support in the district, including the monitoring and supervision of the work of the district based communication interns or learners assigned to the region, including their administrative and operational functions, and report these to the Deputy Director: Provincial Liaison Ensure the establishment and where necessary review and strengthening of communication coordination structures in the District to ensure the effective cascading of government communication content especially to leaders and structures of local government across the District The candidate will support all initiatives aimed at strengthening Local government communication system through interface with strategic IGR structures at local level The candidate will further provide communication support in various integrated service delivery models of government such as the Thusong service center programme The successful candidate will also be responsible for the development and maintenance of effective high level stakeholder relations in the region with a bias towards civil society, minority groups, local government and traditional leaders A strategy to this end will be one of the first necessary deliverables Coordination and implementation of rapid response requirements in the District as well as writing articles on government developments in the region from time to time The regional coordinator will also be responsible for the revision and development of a new regional distribution strategy for government information products The successful candidate will additionally, on a regular basis, be required to develop local communication environment assessments of the District for use by various stakeholders and clients with required communication interventions recommended. 

Enquiries: Ms Boitumelo Mosadi Tel: 018 381 7071
Note: Preference will be given to Coloured male/female, Indian male/female and White male/female

Closing date: 18 September 2020

Regional Communication Coordinator: Frances Baard District

Ref: 3/1/5/1 – 20-33 
Directorate: Northern Cape Provincial Office
Salary: R376 596 per annum (Level 9) 
Centre:  Frances Baard District
Requirements:  Applicants must be in possession of Grade 12, and an appropriate three (3) year degree (NQF level 7) or National Diploma (NQF level 6) in Communication or related qualification. Three (3) years communication experience of which one (1) year should be experience at salary level seven (7) or eight (8) with knowledge of communication disciplines, including media liaison, research and development communication. The candidate must have an understanding of development communication, and knowledge of the Northern Cape Province with specific insights in Frances Baard District and its local Municipalities. Furthermore, he/she must be computer literate and be in possession of a valid Code 08 driver’s licence as the work involves extensive travelling. Good knowledge of administration and finances is required. 
Duties: The successful candidate will support the Deputy Director: Liaison in the implementation of a government communication programme (GCP) in the Frances Baard District as follows: Implement key communication projects in line with government priorities and in accordance with the guidelines for development communication practice and platforms as developed by GCIS. Supervise and monitor the work of district based Senior Communication Officers (if any) as well as any communication interns or learners assigned to the District, including their administrative and operational functions, and report these to the Deputy Director: Provincial Liaison. Ensure the establishment and where necessary review and strengthening of communication coordination structures in the District. Ensure the effective cascading of government communication content especially to leaders and structures of local government across the District. Support all initiatives aimed at strengthening Local Government Communication System through advocacy in strategic IGR structures at District and local level. Further, provide communication support to various integrated service delivery models of government, including the District Based Development Model and the Thusong service centre programme. Responsible for the development and maintenance of effective high-level stakeholder relations in the region with biasness towards civil society, minority groups, local government and traditional leaders. A strategy to this end will be one of the first necessary deliverables. Coordination and implementation of rapid response requirements in the District as well as writing service delivery articles on governments’ delivery on its mandate. Responsible for the revision and development of a regional distribution strategy for government information products. Additionally, on a regular basis, develop local communication environment assessments reports on key issues emanating from the District for the use by various stakeholders and clients. Support government public participation initiatives including feedback and follow up on the required communication interventions as recommended.
Note: Preference will be given to Coloured male/female, Indian male/female and White male/female
Enquiries
: Mr C Moeti Tel No: 053 835 1378
Closing date: 18 September 2020
 

Administrative Officer 

Ref: 3/1/5/1 – 20/46
Directorate: Free State Provincial Office
Centre: Free State Bloemfontein
Salary: R 257 508 per annum (Level 7)
Requirements: Qualifications: Applicants must be in possession of an appropriate three year tertiary National Diploma (NQF level 6) or a Degree (NQF level 7) in Administration / other relevant diploma with Two years' relevant administrative experience. Excellent interpersonal skills. Good communication skills (written and oral), and exceptional organizing and planning skills. Ability to work independently, under pressure and in a team. Ability to multi-task, manage events, and work with databases. Time Management and pro-activeness understanding of project management and financial management. Problem solving skills, innovation and results orientated individual. Attention to detail. He /she must have knowledge of public finance management Act and RFQ /Tender procedures. Proficiency in at least two official languages. Computer literate (Microsoft Word, Power Point, Access and Excel). A driver's licence would be an advantage.
Duties: The incumbent will be responsible for the following: Procurement, asset control and disposal in respect of A-Class accountable items, budgeting and financial management at provincial level. The official will be responsible for capturing orders and maintaining the database. Other duties will includes support in the provisioning of GG and subsidised transport services in the provincial office. Provision of monthly administrative reports to head office and to the provincial director on administrative matters with other departments as well as the public and service providers for the Free State provincial GCIS. Training and guidance on administrative matters to RCC, the secretary, part time workers and interns. Support in terms of lease agreements for GCIS provincial as well as district offices .Supporting the provincial director in evaluating staff under his/her supervision. Support regarding personnel matters to head office from the Free State GCIS provincial office. Support in compiling monthly budget projections and record-keeping of budget expenditure. Handling and controlling all financial matters for the Free State GCIS and information resource centres located in the Thusong service centres and elsewhere.
Enquiries: Ms Y Blom Tel 051 448 4504
Closing date: 18 September 2020
 

Principal Communication Officer: Communication Resource Centre

Ref: 3/1/5/1 – 20/54
Directorate: Communication Resource Centre 
Salary: Commencing Salary of R 316 791 per annum 
Centre: Pretoria

Requirements:Applicants should be in possession of a 3 year Degree (NQF 7) or National Diploma (NQF 6) in Journalism, Media Studies, Communication or equivalent qualification with two (2) years relevant experience. Strong knowledge of the Government communication environment and Government’s Policies and Key Priorities. Knowledge and understanding of the South African media landscape. Strong and proven experience in media monitoring. A good command of the English language. Ability to handle multiple tasks and cope under pressure. Ability to coordinate work within a team environment. Well-developed interpersonal and problem-solving skills. Advanced computer skills; proficiency in internet searches, databases and electronic dissemination of media products.

Duties: The successful candidate will be responsible for monitoring of national and international print, broadcast and online media on issues affecting Government and the country. Identifying key issues in the media environment that require Government attention and alerting relevant stakeholders to developments in the media environment. Producing media coverage reports on issues affecting Government and the country. Capturing meta data related to media coverage on Government priorities and other issues as may be required from time to time for media analysis purposes. Capturing meta data related to media coverage on key Government communication campaigns for media analysis purposes. Quality control of media coverage reports, press clippings and other related products and services. The successful candidate will be required to work irregular hours, extra hours, on weekends and during holiday periods, and on public holidays.

Enquiries: Annalie Language, Tel: 012 473 0018
Closing date: 18 September 2020

Junior Media Planner

Ref: 3/1/5/1 – 20/40
Directorate: Media Buying
Salary: Commencing salary of R208 584 per annum (Level 6)
Centre: Pretoria

Requirements: Applicants must have a relevant National Diploma (NQF 6) or Bachelor’s Degree (NQF 7) in Marketing, Advertising or Communication Studies accompanied with two (2) years relevant working experience. The candidate should be able to work under pressure. He/she must have excellent command of the english language. Excellent written, grammatical and communication skills. Proven ability to translate media strategies into effective media plans, knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act, Knowledge of the Public Service Act, working knowledge of Telmar (TNT, RBP, Programs/Plans). Computer literacy in Microsoft Office suite, excellent administrative abilities, ability to assess needs of incoming campaigns and act decisively to mobilize resources, must be persuasive and comfortable in negotiating timelines and deliverables with internal and external stakeholders, be an assertive, self-motivated and driven individual with strong interpersonal communication skills, both written and spoken format and good knowledge and understanding of all standard media types.

Duties: Responsible for planning, and implementing media recruitment campaigns by raising cost estimates, developing media schedules, writing memorandums, securing necessary approvals and booking campaigns  and compiling post campaign reports and attending client meetings, ongoing liaison with internal and external and media owners.

Note: Preference will be given to Coloured, Indian and White Male/Female. People with disabilities will be given preference regardless of Race
Enquiries: Mr Sinombulelo Mlisa Tel: 012 473 0287
Closing date: 18 September 2020

Secretary

Ref 3/1/5/1 – 20/58
Directorate: Security and Facility Management
Salary: R 173 703 per annum (Salary Level 5) 
Centre: Pretoria 
Requirements: Grade 12 with typing as a subject or any other related training course/ qualification that will enable the candidate to perform the work satisfactorily (NQF level 5). One (1) year administration experience. Special requirements: Knowledge and experience in executing secretarial duties. Knowledge of general office administration, Ability to provide excellent customer service. Ability to conceptualise and initiate new innovative approaches to optimise the secretarial service provided to the manager. Computer literate. Language proficiency in English, Sesotho and IsiZulu (written and verbal). Analytical, innovative thinking ability as well as problem solving and interpersonal skills. Organizing, telephone etiquette and typing skills. High level of reliability. Ability to act with tact and discretion. Ability to work under pressure. Knowledge of documentation management. Good filing (electronic and manual) and problem solving skills. Ability to work in a decentralized environment and sometimes travel. Presentability and high degree of etiquette. Ability to work within a team. Ability to do research and analyse documents and situations. Knowledge of flight and accommodation bookings. A valid drivers’ license will be an added advantage.

Duties
: Provide a secretarial support service to the Director and the directorate: Provincial Office Gauteng. Provide logistical support to the Director regarding leadership meetings. Type routine notes, memos, letters and reports. Receive telephone calls and refer to the relevant role players. Operate office equipment and ensure that they are in a good working order. Record engagements of the Director and assist in the daily management of his/her diary. Clear the Manager’s desk daily. Register incoming and outgoing correspondence. Manage the safekeeping of documents. Draft routine documents as requested. Arrange travel, accommodation, and processing subsequent travel claims and currency reconciliation. Handle procurement of stationary, refreshments etc. Set up meetings, including arrangement of meeting rooms, equipment and catering, notifying attendees and circulate material. Collect agenda items. Compile agendas and minutes. Provide a reception, communication and co-ordination service as well as office security service. Report writing, compilation, collation. Flight and accommodation bookings. Support to the admin office with sourcing of quotes, monthly budget projections. Minute taking and development of target driven action plan. Ensure record management in the office of the Director and the Directorate. 
Enquiries: Mr Avhasei Tshirangwana: (012) 473 0439
Note: Preference will be given to Coloured, Indian and White male/female candidates
Closing date: 18 September 2020
 

Food Service Aid Supervisor X2

Ref: 3/1/5/1 – 20/42
Directorate: Security and Facility Management
Salary: R145 281 per annum (Level 4)
Centre: Pretoria
Requirements: Standard 9 or NQF level 3 certificate (ABET level 4), Three to five (3-5) years food service experience, Must be computer literate, Be able to work under pressure, Able to work shifts including public holidays, Good communication, numerical, organizing and supervisory skills.
Duties: Supervise all activities in the food services, including food preparation, distribution and serving, Maintain hygiene and safety measures, Ensure that all equipment is in good working order and it is used effectively, Ensure replacement or repair of faulty/outdated equipment, Responsible for ordering, receiving, storage, stock control and stock taking, Responsible for completing monthly statistics, Perform administration functions linked to food services.
Enquiries: Ms A Tshirangwana Telephone: 012 473 0439
Note
: Preference will be given to Coloured, Indian Male/Female, and White Male. People with disabilities will be given preference regardless of Race.
Closing date: 18 September 2020