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EMPLOYEE RELATIONS HRD AND WELLNESS OFFICER REF NO: PS 05/2020

(College Appointment)

SALARY: R257 508 per annum (Level 07) plus 37% service benefits

CENTRE: Central Office

REQUIREMENTS: Matric plus a minimum 3-year accredited Degree/National Diploma majoring in Human Resources, Labour Relations, Employment Relations, Industrial Psychology or related fields with Labour Relations as a major subject. A minimum of 2 to 3 years of relevant work experience in Employee Wellness and Labour Relations. Ability to effectively communicate Computer Literacy (ICDL or MS Office): A valid code 08 driver’s license. Ability to effectively communicate in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape. Recommendations: Knowledge of organizational objectives, Knowledge of Labour Relations Act, Employment Equity Act, BCOEA, Constitution, Public Service Act, and COIDA. Project Management, Management of Business Processes, Event Management, Risk Management, Protocol, and Etiquette. Good interpersonal relationship communication skills. Listening Skills. Team Leadership skills, Planning and organizing skills, People Management. Ability to manage time effectively and problem-solving skills. Report writing skills. Personal attributes: Committed, loyal, client orientated, professional, and also with Integrity.

DUTIES: Provide administrative support to the maintenance of sound employee relations: Assist the organization in the prevention and/or resolution of disputes in the workplace. Assist the organization in the maintenance of order and discipline in the workplace. Assist in facilitating the implementation of an enabling environment for employees. Facilitate case management for ER interventions. Communicate ER policies, processes, and procedures to staff. Provide administrative support to the promotion and management of employee wellness programme: Assist employees in improving their health by raising awareness of healthy lifestyles, disability and other health-related issues. Administer management of employee wellness programme contract. Define an implementation plan with the service provider and communicate with management. Monitor usage and general running of the programme. Ensure programme fulfills the requirements as set out in the OHSA. Integrate employee wellness programmes focused on the overall health and well-being of employees and their related productivity. Listen to employees’ needs and interpret them into improvement actions to the programs offered. Ensure compliance with relevant legislation: Ensure that the appropriate legislation, policies, and standard procedures are complied with and that there is no negligence in this regard. Monitor legislation updates and communicate with relevant staff. Provide advice in line with applicable legislation. Ensure continuous and effective updating of staff on various people issues that may arise or may need to be discussed. Vendor Management: Managing the Employee Wellness Programme. Ensuring that delivery and follow up standards are met and that the content and assessments are integrated with the other management development. Regularly engage with EWP service provider for reporting, synopsis, and effective utilization of the EWP mandate. reporting: Compile monthly update and status report for submission of the Assistant Director: Human Resources. Manage the provision of secretarial functions of Labour and EWP Forums. Ensure pro-active problem solving and decision making. Ensure the validity of statistics. NB: An academic record must be attached to your application for this position.

ENQUIRIES: Mr. ME Gcuwa at Tel No: (044) 8840359

APPLICATIONS: Applications have to be addressed to the attention of: The Deputy Principal: Corporate Services, South Cape TVET College (Central Office), 125 Mitchell Street, George 6529. It is preferred that due to COVID 19 Regulations, Applications to be submitted online to careers@sccollege.co.za

FOR ATTENTION: Mr. M.E Gcuwa

NOTE: General Instruction: A completed Z83 form should be accompanied by a recently updated comprehensive CV (inclusive of three contactable referees and contact details), Original certified copies (not older than three months) of all qualifications with academic transcripts/record, Trade Test, ID document and drivers licence. Please quote the relevant reference number of the post you are applying for. Candidates who apply for more than one post should complete a separate application form for each post. Successful candidates will be subjected to a vetting process (criminal record, citizenship, credit record checks [where applicable], qualification, and employment verification). Where applicable, shortlisted candidates will be subjected to a skills/knowledge/competence test. Matching and redeployment to other workstations within the College may be considered based on the operational requirements. Applicants in possession of a foreign qualification must attach an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to their application forms. Non-RSA citizens/Permanent resident permit holders must submit a copy of his/her Permanent Resident Permit with his/her application. Please Note: No late applications will be considered. No faxed applications will be accepted. The College/DHET reserves the right not to make appointments where it deems fit to do so. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. If you do not receive any response within three months after closing date of this advertisement, kindly accept that your application is as unsuccessful. Preference will be given to persons from designated groups, especially with regard to race, gender, and disability. In terms of Public Service Regulations 2016 (s60) an executive authority shall not re-appoint a former employee if that employee left the public service: (a) Earlier on the condition that he or she would not accept or seek re-appointment; (b) Due to ill health and cannot provide sufficient evidence of recovery, and (S61)(1) A former employee was dismissed in terms of sections 17(2) (d) of the Act of misconduct.

CLOSING DATE: 30 October 2020

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