Directorate: Human Resource Department

SALARY: R257 508 – R303 339 per annum (Level 07), plus benefits

CENTRE: Sedibeng District Health Services

REQUIREMENTS: Grade 12 with a minimum of 5 years relevant experience in (Labour Relations) or National Diploma/Degree in Human Resource Management (Labour Relations) with a minimum of 3 years experience in Labour Relations. Valid Driver’s License. Knowledge: Sound knowledge of Human Resource Management with emphasis on employee Relations, In-depth knowledge of Legislative frameworks, Prescripts and policies. Computer Literacy – MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook & PowerPoint, Persal system, a range of work procedures such as Finance, HR matters, OHS, Labour matters. Skills in planning and organising, Sound analytical thinking, good interpersonal relations, problem-solving and decision-making, relationships and maintaining discipline. Formulation and editing, conflict resolution, research and Competencies Required. Excellent consultation verbal and written communication and report writing skills. Understanding of code of conduct.

DUTIES: Key Performance Areas amongst others: Investigate allegations of misconduct and grievance cases. Write misconduct and grievance reports. Be able to draft charge sheets, prepare witnesses and represent the employer in disciplinary and grievance hearings. Advise management on labour relations issues. Analyze trends on misconducts and grievances. Provide training to staff and management. Identify labour relations training needs for managers, Maintain and promote sound labour peace within the Institution between management, employees, organized labour and community. Facilitate bilateral and multilateral meetings between management and organized labour. Assist the head office with the preparation of disputes cases. Prepare and submit accurate statistics reports to management and head office. Ensure the adherence to the Labour Relations Act, Basic Conditions of Employment Act and other relevant legislative prescripts and collective agreements. Provide support in the management of consultative structures and strike management. Provide support in PIlir, OHS, Employment Equity Committee and any other committee. Provide leadership in the administration of conditions of service and employee benefits. Management of Human Resource Staff. Perform all other duties as delegated by the supervisor/manager.

ENQUIRIES: Mr. J. Kubheka – Tel No: (016) 950 6000

APPLICATIONS: Applicants should quote the relevant reference number, direct applications to the HR Manager-Sedibeng DHS Private Bag x023 Vanderbijlpark, 1900 or hand deliver at 2nd Floor, Cnr Frikkie Meyer & Pasteur Blvd, HR Managers office.

NOTE: The appointed employee will be subjected to Personnel Suitability Check (PSC), (OHS) Medical surveillance as required by the Department, at no cost. People with disabilities are welcome to apply. Applications must be filled on a NEW Z83 form accompanied by a comprehensive CV. At least 3 references must be on a CV. Candidate must ensure that all qualifications and ID are certified copies and are (not older than 6 months). Applicants must indicate the post reference number on their applications. Failure to submit the required documents as indicated will result in the application not being considered. Qualifications of candidates recommended for appointment will be verified. The qualification will be verified with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). Candidates will be subjected to a security screening and vetting process: criminal clearance, citizenship, credit records. Applications received after the closing date will not be accepted. The Department reserves the right to not make an appointment/fill the post. Candidates will be expected to be available for selection interviews on the date, time and place determined by the Department of which practical’s can be part of the selection process. If you do not receive any response within 3 months, please accept that your application was not successful. Sedibeng District Health District is committed to the pursuit of diversity and redress. Candidates whose appointment will promote representativity in terms of race, disability and gender will receive preference. No S & T and resettlement allowance will be paid. Candidates will be expected to rotate within the District as per service delivery needs.

CLOSING DATE: 19 March 2021


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