CHIEF DEPUTY COMMISSIONER: HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT REF NO: HO 2024/04/01

SALARY : R1 693 164 per annum, all-inclusive package
CENTRE : National Head Office, Pretoria:
REQUIREMENTS : A postgraduate qualification (NQF level 8) in Human Resource
Management/Human Resource Development/Public Administration or
equivalent qualification as recognized by SAQA with 8 years senior
management experience in a similar environment. A certificate for entry into
the Senior Management Services (SMS) obtained from the National School of
Government (NSG) is compulsory and should be submitted prior to
appointment. Computer literate. Valid driver’s licence. Required Knowledge:
Understanding of the dynamics of the Justice Cluster. Understanding of public
service policy and related legislative framework (Public Service Act and
Regulations, Public Finance Management Act, with emphasis on the
Correctional Service Act 111 of 1998 as amended). Relevant experience in
regulatory framework governing public service planning processes. Extensive
experience in collective bargaining mechanisms and traceable experience in
ensuring efficient and effective human resource management. In-depth
knowledge and experience of the human resources legislation and regulatory
framework. Competencies and Attributes: In-depth knowledge and experience
of the human resource legislation and regulatory framework. Proven
competencies in strategic capability and leadership, programme and project
management, financial management, change management, people
management and empowerment, service delivery and innovation, customer
orientation and service delivery and problem solving. Proven experience and
skills in policy development, implementation and stakeholder management.
Strategic management and leadership. Good verbal and written
communication skills. Knowledge of the government planning and delivery
cycle. Ability to articulate strategy and work under pressure. Incumbent must
be self-driven, innovative and creative.
DUTIES : Provide strategic guidance and advice with regard to the following areas:
human resource management, human resource development, organizational
design and development, employee relations and integrated employee health
and wellness including occupational health and safety. Provide sound financial
management leadership in relation to the compensation of employees’ budget.
Play a leading role in the design and implementation of all human resource
strategies and tactics to ensure that the department achieves its strategic
human resource goals. Facilitate the management of an effective employee
performance system and human resource system support. Strengthening good
working relations with its strategic partners, clients and stakeholders. Playing
pivotal in positioning the department’s function of human resources and
development within the justice, crime prevention and security cluster. Effective
risk management to ensure compliance with the risk management plan of the
department. Management of human resources, finance, assets and
performance information.
ENQUIRIES : Ms TP Baloyi Tel No: (012) 305 8589 or Ms Khumalo NS Tel No: (012) 307
2174.
NOTE : Appointment under the Correctional Services Act

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