DIRECTOR: DEPARTMENTAL INVESTIGATION UNIT REF NO: HO 2024/04/28

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SALARY : R1 182 765 per annum, (all-inclusive package)
CENTRE : National Head Office, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : An undergraduate qualification (NQF level 7) as recognised by SAQA in
Behavioural/Social Sciences or equivalent. [5] Years of experience at a
middle/senior managerial level in a similar environment. [5] Years’ experience
at a middle/senior managerial level 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. Exposure and sound knowledge of the South African Correctional
and Criminal Justice system. Computer literacy. Valid driver’s licence. Required
Knowledge: Understanding of the dynamics of the Justice Cluster and White
Paper on Corrections in South Africa and White Paper on Remand Detainees.
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).
Competencies And Attributes: Strategic capability and leadership. Service
delivery innovation. Client orientation and customer focus. Financial
management. Change management. People management and empowerment.
Programme and project management. Communication skills (verbal and
written). Problem solving and decision making. Transformation management.
Influencing and impact. Facilitation, conflict management and conceptual skills.
Diversity management. Negotiation skills. Confidentiality. Interpersonal
relations and time management. Accountability. Diplomacy and tact. Policy
development and implementation. Good corporate governance principles.
DUTIES : Ensure effective risk management within the Directorate in compliance with the
risk management plan of the department. Investigate corruption, fraud and
serious maladministration cases. Monitor the implementation of
recommendation from DIU investigations made to regions and Directorate
Code Enforcement. Conduct analysis of trends on corruption, fraud, theft and
serious maladministration cases for executive management’s attention.
Conduct workshops and raise awareness on anti-corruption policies,
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procedures and ethics. Management of human resources, finances and
assets. Management of 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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