APPLICATIONS : Applications may be posted to: Human Resource Management, Department of
Traditional Affairs, Private Bag X 22 Arcadia 0083 or Hand deliver to: 509
Pretorius Street, Arcadia, 2nd Floor Pencardia 1 Building.

CLOSING DATE : 03 January 2020
NOTE : The successful candidate’s appointment will be subject to a security clearance
process and the verification of educational qualification certificates.
Applications must be submitted on form Z.83 (application form), obtainable
from any Public Service department, and should be accompanied by a
comprehensive CV and certified ID, copies of 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.
Office of the Director-General
SALARY : R208 584 per annum
CENTRE : Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : A Grade 12 Certificate or equivalent qualification with appropriate experience
in office management and administration. A post-Matric qualification will serve
as an added advantage. Core competencies: Client orientation and customer
focus. Communication. Honesty and intergrity. Planning and organizing.
Telephone etiquette. Computer literacy. Technical Competencies: Office
management and administration, secretarial functions and general

DUTIES : The successful candidate will perform the following duties: Develop and
manage an efficient filing system and flow of documents in the Chief
Directorate: Receive and distribute documents. Record documents in the
appropriate registers. File and manage the paperwork of the unit. Establish
effective document tracking systems. Provide secretarial support services: Co￾ordinate and prepare documentation for meetings/workshops. Compile
minutes/reports. Draft memoranda and any other correspondence. Manage the
diary of the supervisor: Arrange appointments and record events in the diary.

Promote effective diary co-ordination in an electronic or at least on a manual
system. Provide administrative support services: Arrange logistics and related
activities for travel, meetings, workshops and conferences. Manage the
telephone and communication systems in the office. Purchase and order
stationery and equipment. Manage inventory and equipment within the unit.

Make copies, fax and email documents as required.
ENQUIRIES : Ms T Monyeki/Mr BS Mabogoane Tel No: (012) 336 5669/5667

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