OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION – VARIOUS POSITIONS (X68 POSTS)


The Office of the Public Service Commission is an equal opportunity, representative employer. It is the
intention to promote representivity (race, gender and disability) in the Public Service through the filling
of positions. Candidates whose appointment/transfer/promotion will promote representativeness will
therefore receive preference. Persons with disability are especially encouraged to apply. An indication of
representativeness profile by applicants will expedite the processing of applications.

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APPLICATIONS : Forward your application, stating the relevant reference number to: The
Director-General, Office of the Public Service Commission, Private Bag X121,
Pretoria, 0001 or hand-deliver at Commission House, Office Park Block B, 536
Francis Baard Street, Arcadia, Pretoria, or you can email your application to
[email protected]
FOR ATTENTION : Mr M Mabuza
NOTE : Applications must be submitted on Form Z.83 obtainable from any Public
Service department and should be accompanied by a recent updated
comprehensive CV, certified copies of qualifications, Identity Document and
driver’s license. Should you be in possession of a foreign qualification(s), it
must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South African
Qualification Authority (SAQA). The successful candidate will be required to
obtain a confidential security clearance issued by the State Security Agency.
The OPSC will verify the qualifications and conduct reference checking on
short-listed candidates. Candidates will be subjected to Competency
Assessment to determine their suitability for the post. Correspondence will be
limited to shortlisted candidates only. If you have not been contacted within 3
months of the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your
application was unsuccessful. Please take note that late applications will not
be accepted. A pre-entry certificate obtained from the National School of
Government (NSG) is required for all SMS applications. All shortlisted
candidates for SMS post will be subjected to a technical exercise that intends
to test the relevant technical elements of the job, logistics of which will be
communicated by the office of the Public Service Commission. Applicants are
advised that until 31 December 2020 the current application for employment
(Z83) form will be applicable, however, from 1 January 2021, a new application
for employment (Z83) form will be effective. Should an individual wish to apply
for a post on or after 1 January 2021, he/she will be required to submit the new
application for employment (Z83) form which can be downloaded at
www.dpsa.gov.za-vacancies. From 1 January 2021 should an application be
received using incorrect applications for employment (Z83) form, it will not be
considered.
MANAGEMENT ECHELON

POST 27/95 : SENIOR SPECIALIST RESEARCHER: ORGANISATION AND
ADMINISTRATION OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE (DIRECTOR LEVEL) REF
NO: SSR/OAPS/11/2020
SALARY : R1 057 326 per annum, (All-inclusive remuneration package) The package
includes a basic salary (70% of package), State’s contribution to the
Government Employees Pension Fund (13% of basic salary) and a flexible
portion of 30% that may be structured in terms of applicable rules. The
successful candidate will be required to enter into a performance agreement
within three months after assumption of duty.
CENTRE : Public Service Commission House, Pretoria E, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : A SAQA recognized Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification (new NQF
level 7) in one of the following: Public Management or Public Administration or
Social Sciences with prove primary research experience. A relevant post
graduate qualification will be an added advantage. 5 years relevant experience
in a middle/senior management post. Minimum 10 years of leading and
conducting research on public administration. Proven and strong research
capability and research supervision skills. Conceptual ability in the design and
implementation of research projects. An experienced evaluator/ consultant/
policy analyst/ researcher, preferably somebody specialising in the
organisation and administration, governance and management of institutions,
underpinned by the nine principles in section 195 of the Constitution. A strong
understanding of the Constitution and the intersection between the rights,
values and principles as they relate to public administration. Experience and
knowledge in the application of the provisions of the relevant legislation and
regulations that govern the Public Service. Strategic understanding and
knowledge of the application of the Constitutional Values and Principles
(CVPs) as contained in Section 195. An understanding of how current public
administration management and operational processes comply, or do not
comply, with the CVPs. Excellent project management and problem solving
abilities. Exceptional understanding of the policy environment within which
Public Service delivery takes place. Excellent communication (written and
verbal) skills. Proven and strong research capability and research supervision
skills. Conceptual ability in the design and implementation of research projects.
An experienced evaluator/ consultant/ policy analyst/ researcher, preferably
somebody specialising in the organisation and administration, governance and
management of institutions, underpinned by the nine principles in section 195
of the Constitution. Good people management skills and the ability to work with
and across teams. Good liaison skills and the ability to manage relations with
different stakeholders. Sufficient computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite e.g.
A Valid Driver’s License (with the exception of disabled applicants) and
willingness to travel.
DUTIES : Undertake research projects in public administration. Undertake reviews and
evaluations of the organisation and administration of the public service
(Organisation and administration include all the institutional characteristics that
determine the performance of the public service, including the regulatory
framework, service delivery model, governance framework, policies,
structures, systems and processes). Undertake service delivery evaluations,
participatory evaluations and inspections. Undertake evaluations of the
compliance of public service departments with the nine principles governing
public administration in section 195 of the Constitution. Provide conceptual
leadership in Monitoring and Evaluation and Public Administration. Manage
resources efficiently and effectively in accordance with Public Service policies
and prescripts
ENQUIRIES : Ms Carmen Domingo-Swarts Tel No: (012) 352 1289
CLOSING DATE : 18 December at 15h45

OTHER POSTS

POST 27/96 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION INVESTIGATIONS REF
NO: DD/PAI/FS/11/2020
Re-advertisement, those who previously applied are encouraged to reapply)
SALARY : R869 007 per annum, (All-inclusive remuneration package). The package
includes a basic salary (70% of package), State’s contribution to the
Government Employees Pension Fund (13% of basic salary) and a flexible
portion of 30% that may be structured in terms of applicable rules. The
successful candidate will be required to enter into a performance agreement
within three months after assumption of duty.
CENTRE : Free State Provincial Office
REQUIREMENTS : Ideal Candidate Profile: The Public Service Commission (PSC) requires the
services of a technically experienced person to support it to fulfill its
constitutional mandate and for this purpose she/he should have. An
appropriate, recognised National Diploma/Bachelor’s Degree (NQF level 6/7)
in Public Administration/ Law. A post graduate qualification (NQF level 8) will
be an added advantage. At least three (3) to (5) years’ experience in Public
Administration Investigations/Forensic Investigations/Fraud and AntiCorruption at supervisory level. Knowledge and experience of the Public
Service legislation, including but not limited to: The Constitution of the Republic
of South Africa, the Public Service Act, the Public Service Regulations, the
Public Service Commission Act, the Public Finance Management Act, National
Treasury regulations and Supply Chain Management prescripts. Proven
investigative and analytical skills. An understanding of the Constitutional
Values and Principles (CVPs) in section 195 and how these CVPs contribute
towards effective public service delivery. An understanding of how this post
supports the role of the PSC regarding the CVPs. Report Writing skills. Proven
computer literacy in the Microsoft Office Suite. A Valid driver’s license (with the
exception of disabled applicants).
DUTIES : The successful candidate: Investigate complaints lodged through the PSC’s
Complaints Rules or of own accord into areas of Public Administration. Gather
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and analyse information obtained during investigations. Draft submissions,
memoranda and letters emanating from investigations. Maintain the Integrated
Grievance and Complaints Management System. Conduct investigative
research/ evaluations on public administration practices. Draft reports with
appropriate findings, recommendations/ advice / directions. Compile and make
presentations on reports. Participate in the promotion and evaluation of the
CVPs in section 195 of the Constitution. Conduct monthly and quarterly
monitoring of the implementation of the PSC’s recommendations and
directions, and update relevant databases. Perform other duties relating to
labour relations improvement, professional ethics and research assigned by
the Provincial Director. Provide support to the organization through
participation in Office management related tasks.
ENQUIRIES : Mr S Mlisana Tel No: (051) 448 8696
CLOSING DATE : 11 December at 15h45

POST 27/97 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: RESEARCH REF NO: DD/R/NW/11/20
Re-advertisement, those who previously applied are encouraged to reapply
SALARY : R869 007 per annum, (All inclusive remuneration package). The package
includes a basic salary (70% of package), State’s contribution to the
Government Employees Pension Fund (13% of basic salary) and a flexible
portion of 30% that may be structured in terms of applicable rules. The
successful candidate will be required to enter into a performance agreement
within three months after assumption of duty.
CENTRE : North West Provincial Office
REQUIREMENTS : Ideal candidate’s profile: A Degree or equivalent qualification (NQF Level 7) in
the field of Social Sciences and/or Public Administration and/or Development
Management. A post graduate qualification (NQF Level 8) will be an added
advantage. 3-5 Years supervisory experience in Research and the
development of Public Administration Practice. Strong technical competence
and proven experience in research, research design, data analysis and
Monitoring and Evaluation methods. Knowledge of Public Management,
Administration, Human Resource Management Practices including Labour
Relations, Ethics Infrastructure, Corporate Governance and Financial
Management. Thorough understanding of government administration. Good
report writing, presentation and analytical skills. People management, project
management, and communication skills. Proficiency in the Microsoft Office
suite, e.g. Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Valid driver’s license (with exception
of disabled applicants). An understanding of the Constitutional Values and
Principles (CVPs) in Section 195 and how these CVPs contribute towards
effective public service delivery. An understanding of how this post supports
the role of the Public Service Commission (PSC) regarding the CVPs.
DUTIES : Evaluate the performance of the North West provincial public service using
indicators and standards for each of the principles in section 195 of the
Constitution. Design and develop research project proposals and/or project
plans. Conduct Monitoring and Evaluation and social research on the public
service. Evaluate Public Administration practices in Provincial Departments
and develop solutions to identified problems. Conduct service delivery
investigations and inspections. Conduct research in Human Resource
Management and Development Practices and develop solutions to identified
problems. Assist with investigation of grievances submitted to the PSC. Assist
in managing and conducting Public Administration Investigations. Draft reports
emanating from the key performance areas, including the report on the
Compliance of the Constitutional Values and Principles (Section 196 4 (e) of
the North West Provincial Government.
ENQUIRIES : Mr L Mautlwa Tel No: (018) 384 1000
CLOSING DATE : 11 December at 15h45

POST 27/98 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: RESEARCH REF NO: DD/R/FS/11/2020
(This is a re-advertisement, those who previously applied are encouraged to
reapply)
SALARY : R869 007 per annum, (All inclusive remuneration package). The package
includes a basic salary (70% of package), State’s contribution to the
Government Employees Pension Fund (13% of basic salary) and a flexible
portion of 30% that may be structured in terms of applicable rules. The
successful candidate will be required to enter into a performance agreement
within three months after assumption of duty.
CENTRE : Free State Provincial Office
REQUIREMENTS : Ideal candidate’s profile: A Degree or equivalent qualification (NQF Level 7) in
the field of Social Sciences and/or Public Administration and/or Development
Management. A post graduate qualification (NQF Level 8) will be an added
advantage. 3-5 Years supervisory experience in Research and the
development of Public Administration Practice. Strong technical competence
and proven experience in research, research design, data analysis and
Monitoring and Evaluation methods. Knowledge of Public Management,
Administration, Human Resource Management Practices including Labour
Relations, Ethics Infrastructure, Corporate Governance and Financial
Management. Thorough understanding of government administration. Good
report writing, presentation and analytical skills. People management, project
management, and communication skills. Proficiency in the Microsoft Office
suite, e.g. Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Valid driver’s license (with exception
of disabled applicants). An understanding of the Constitutional Values and
Principles (CVPs) in Section 195 and how these CVPs contribute towards
effective public service delivery. An understanding of how this post supports
the role of the Public Service Commission (PSC) regarding the CVPs.
DUTIES : Evaluate the performance of the North West provincial public service using
indicators and standards for each of the principles in section 195 of the
Constitution. Design and develop research project proposals and/or project
plans. Conduct Monitoring and Evaluation and social research on the public
service. Evaluate Public Administration practices in Provincial Departments
and develop solutions to identified problems. Conduct service delivery
investigations and inspections. Conduct research in Human Resource
Management and Development Practices and develop solutions to identified
problems. Assist with investigation of grievances submitted to the PSC. Assist
in managing and conducting Public Administration Investigations. Draft reports
emanating from the key performance areas, including the report on the
Compliance of the Constitutional Values and Principles (Section 196 4 (e) of
the North West Provincial Government.
ENQUIRIES : Mr S Mlisana Tel No: (051) 448 8696
CLOSING DATE : 11 December at 15h45

POST 27/99 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: PUBLIC SERVICE MONITORING AND EVALUATION
SYSTEM REF NO: DD/PSMES/11/2020
Re-advertisement, those who previously applied are encouraged to reapply
SALARY : R869 007 per annum, (All-inclusive remuneration package). The package
includes a basic salary (70% of package), State’s contribution to the
Government Employees Pension Fund (13% of basic salary) and a flexible
portion of 30% that may be structured in terms of applicable rules. The
successful candidate will be required to enter into a performance agreement
within three months after assumption of duty.
CENTRE : Public Service Commission House, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : The Public Service Commission requires the services of a technically
experienced person to support it to fulfill its constitutional mandate and for this
purpose she/he should have: A National Diploma/Bachelor’s Degree (new NQF
level 7) in Information Systems or Statistics. A post graduate qualification in
the above-mentioned fields would be an added advantage. Experience in data
analysis. 5 years’ experience at supervisory level in research, data analysis,
monitoring and evaluation, policy analysis, management consulting, public
administration and management practices and organizational performance
environment. Ability to design complex spreadsheets and reports (tables,
graphs, dashboards, etc.) using a variety of analytical methods and tools. Good
writing and communication (written and verbal) including presentation skills.
Advanced computer skills in MS Suite e.g. Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
Knowledge and experience in SQL database and Microsoft Power Business
Intelligence OR other databases and BI tools. An understanding of the
Constitutional Values and Principles (CVPs) in section 195 of the Constitution
and how these CVPs contribute towards effective public service delivery. An
understanding of how this post supports the role of the PSC regarding the
CVPs. A valid driver’s license (with an exception of people with disability) and
willingness to travel.
DUTIES : Evaluate the performance of the public service using indicators and standards
for each of the principles in section 195 of the Constitution. Evaluate the
performance of the public service using data analytics. Contribute to the
development of the PSC’s quantitative analytical methodologies. Contribute
towards the maintenance of a data warehouse/ database, sourcing data from
PSC in-house source systems as well as from sources across the public
service. Ensure regularly update, completeness and quality of data. Produce
monitoring and evaluation reports including analytical briefs. Develop and
generate narrative as well as visualization reports (tables, graphs, dashboard,
etc.) from spreadsheets or data base or Business Intelligence tools.
ENQUIRIES : Mr Ndivhuho Malange Tel No: (012) 352 1095
CLOSING DATE : 18 December at 15h45

POST 27/100 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION INVESTIGATIONS REF
NO: DD: PAI/11/2020
(2 Months Contract)
SALARY : R869 007 per annum, (All-inclusive remuneration package)
CENTRE : Gauteng Provincial Office
REQUIREMENTS : The Public Service Commission (PSC) requires the services of a technically
experienced person to support it to fulfill its constitutional mandate and for this
purpose she/he should have. An appropriate recognised Bachelor’s Degree or
equivalent qualification (NQF level 7) in Public Administration/Law/ Labour
Law/ Auditing/ Forensic Investigations. A post graduate qualification will be an
added advantage. At least three (3) to (5) years’ experience in Public
Administration Investigations/ Forensic Investigations/Auditing/Fraud and AntiCorruption at supervisory level. Knowledge and experience of the Public
Service legislation, including but not limited to: The Constitution of the Republic
of South Africa, the Public Service Act, the Public Service Regulations, the
Public Service Commission Act, the Public Finance Management Act, National
Treasury regulations and Supply Chain Management prescripts. Proven
investigative and analytical skills. An understanding of the Constitutional
Values and Principles (CVPs) in section 195 and how these CVPs contribute
towards effective public service delivery. An understanding of how this post
supports the role of the PSC regarding the CVPs. Report Writing skills. Proven
computer literacy in the Microsoft Office Suite. A Valid driver’s license (with the
exception of disabled applicants).
DUTIES : Investigate complaints lodged through the PSC’s Complaints Rules or of own
accord into areas of Public Administration. Gather and analyse information
obtained during investigations. Draft submissions, memoranda and letters
emanating from investigations. Maintain the Integrated Grievance and
Complaints Management System. Conduct investigative research/ evaluations
on public administration practices. Draft reports with appropriate findings,
recommendations/ advice /directions. Compile and make presentations on
reports. Participate in the promotion and evaluation of the CVPs in section 195
of the Constitution. Conduct monthly and quarterly monitoring of the
implementation of the PSC’s recommendations and directions, and update
relevant databases. Perform other duties relating to labour relations
improvement, professional ethics and research assigned by the Provincial
Director. Provide support to the organization through participation in Office
management related tasks.
ENQUIRIES : Ms Faith Mashikinya Tel No: (012) 352 1139/ Ms G Nkwanyana Tel No: (011)
833 5721
CLOSING DATE : 11 December at 15h45

POST 27/101 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: PUBLIC SERVICE MONITORING AND EVALUATION
SYSTEM REF NO: DD/PSMES/11/20
(2 Months Contract)
SALARY : R869 007 per annum, (All inclusive remuneration package)
CENTRE : Public Service Commission House, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : The Public Service Commission requires the services of a technically
experienced person to support it to fulfill its constitutional mandate and for this
purpose she/he should have: A National Diploma/Bachelor’s Degree (new NQF
level 7) in Information Systems or Statistics. A post graduate qualification in
the above-mentioned fields would be an added advantage. Experience in data
analysis. Experience at supervisory level in research, data analysis, monitoring
and evaluation, policy analysis, management consulting, public administration
and management practices and organizational performance environment.
Ability to design complex spreadsheets and reports (tables, graphs,
dashboards, etc.) using a variety of analytical methods and tools. Good writing
and communication (written and verbal) including presentation skills.
[Candidate should submit his/her CV). Advanced computer skills in MS Suite
e.g. Excel, Word and PowerPoint. An understanding of the Constitutional
Values and Principles (CVPs) in section 195 and how these CVPs contribute
towards effective public service delivery. An understanding of how this post
supports the role of the PSC regarding the CVPs. Knowledge and experience
in SQL database and Microsoft Power Business Intelligence OR other
databases and BI tools. A valid driver’s license and willingness to travel.
DUTIES : Evaluate the performance of the public service using indicators and standards
for each of the principles in section 195 of the Constitution. Evaluate the
performance of the public service using data analytics. Contribute to the
development of the PSC’s quantitative analytical methodologies. Contribute
towards the maintenance of a data warehouse/ database, sourcing data from
PSC in-house source systems as well as from sources across the public
service. Ensure regularly update, completeness and quality of data. Produce
monitoring and evaluation reports including analytical briefs. Develop and
generate narrative as well as visualization reports (tables, graphs, dashboard,
etc.) from spreadsheets or data base or Business Intelligence tools.
ENQUIRIES : Mr Ndivhuho Malange Tel No: (012) 352 1095
CLOSING DATE : 11 December at 15h45

POST 27/102 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR RELATIONS DISPUTE AND LITIGATION
(X3 POSTS)
(2 Months Contract)
This is a re-advertisement, those who previously applied are encouraged to reapply
SALARY : R869 007 per annum, (All-inclusive remuneration package)
CENTRE : Head Office, Pretoria and Limpopo Provincial Office
National Office Ref No Dd/Lrdl/11/2020 (X2 Posts)
Limpopo Ref No: Dd/Lrdl/11/2020/Lim (X1 Post)
REQUIREMENTS : The Public Service Commission requires the services of a technically
experienced person to support it to fulfill its constitutional mandate and for this
purpose she/he should have. An appropriate recognised National
Diploma/Bachelor’s Degree (NQF level 6/7) in Law/ Labour Relations, Human
Resource Management, Public Management. 3-5 years in Labour Relations
and supervisory experience at junior level. Professional Knowledge of Labour
Relations, Labour Law, Human Resource Practices and case management.
Proven investigative, analytical skills legal interpretation skills. Report writing
skills. An understanding of the Constitutional Values and Principles (CVPs) in
section 195 and how these CVPs contribute towards effective public service
delivery. An understanding of how this post supports the role of the PSC
regarding the CVPs. Presentation skills and management skills and organising
skills. Proven computer literacy the Microsoft Office Suite. A Valid driver’s
license (with exception of disabled applicants).
DUTIES : To promote Public Service labour relations and management practices.
Investigate grievances through evaluation, research and analysis and draft
investigative reports. Monitor the implementation of Public Service
Commission’s recommendations. Management of the grievances
management system (database). Conduct research project in assigned areas.
Compile presentations on report.
ENQUIRIES : Mr L Yekwa Tel No: (012) 352 1140/ Ms T Makhubele Tel No: (015) 291 4783
CLOSING DATE : 11 December, 15h45

POST 27/103 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION INVESTIGATIONS
(FORENSICS) REF NO: DD: PAI/F/11/2020
SALARY : R869 007 per annum, (All-inclusive remuneration package). The package
includes a basic salary (70% of package), State’s contribution to the
Government Employees Pension Fund (13% of basic salary) and a flexible
portion of 30% that may be structured in terms of applicable rules. The
successful candidate will be required to enter into a performance agreement
within three months after assumption of duty.
CENTRE : Public Service Commission House, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : The Public Service Commission (PSC) requires the services of a technically
experienced person to support it to fulfill its constitutional mandate and for this
purpose she/he should have. An appropriate recognised National
Diploma/Bachelor’s Degree (NQF level 6/7) in Law/Auditing/Forensic
Investigations/ Public Administration/ Social Sciences and/or related field.
Three (3) to five (5) years’ experience in forensic Investigations/Investigations/
Auditing/ Fraud and Anti-Corruption. Knowledge and experience of the Public
Service legislation including but not limited to: The Constitution of the Republic
of South Africa, the Public Service Act, the Public Service Regulations, the
Public Service Commission Act, the Public Finance Management Act, National
Treasury regulations and Supply Chain Management prescripts. Proven
investigative and analytical skills. An understanding of the Constitutional
Values and Principles (CVPs) in section 195 and how these CVPs contribute
towards effective public service delivery. An understanding of how this post
supports the role of the PSC regarding the CVPs. Report Writing skills. Proven
computer literacy in the Microsoft Office Suite. A Valid driver’s license (with
exception of disabled applicants).
DUTIES : Investigate complaints lodged with the PSC into areas of Public Administration.
Gather and analyse information obtained during investigations. Draft
submissions, memoranda and letters emanating from investigations. Maintain
the Integrated Grievance and Complaints Management System. Follow up on
cases referred to departments for investigation. Conduct investigative research
in public administration practices. Draft reports with appropriate findings,
recommendations/advice. Compile presentations on reports. Conduct
investigations/research/evaluation of complaints lodged with the PSC or of own
accord into areas of Public Administration. Participate in the promotion and
evaluation of the CVPs in section 195 of the Constitution. Conduct monthly and
quarterly monitoring of the implementation of the PSC’s recommendations and
directions and update relevant databases. Supervise staff. Provide support to
the organization through participation in office management related tasks.
ENQUIRIES : Mr Vuyo Skweyiya Tel No: (012) 352 1035
CLOSING DATE : 18 December at15h45

POST 27/104 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT REF NO:
DD/FM/10/2020
(The post was advertised on the PSC website with the closing date of 27
November 2020. The date has since been extended to 11 December 2020,
those who applied using the advert that is on the PSC website do not have to
apply again as this is the same advertisement with an extended closing date)
SALARY : R733 257 per annum, (All-inclusive remuneration package) The package
includes a basic salary (70% of package), State’s contribution to the
Government Employees Pension Fund (13% of basic salary) and a flexible
portion of 30% that may be structured in terms of applicable rules. The
successful candidate will be required to enter into a performance agreement
within three months after assumption of duty.
CENTRE : Public Service Commission House, Pretoria E, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : A three-year Degree in Accounting/Financial Management or a three-year
National Diploma in Accounting/Financial Management or equivalent
qualification with 3-5 years relevant experience in the Finance field. Generic
competencies: Planning and organizing. Coordination. Problem solving and
decision-making. Project management. People management and
empowerment. Client orientation and customer focus. Team leadership.
Diversity management. Communication (verbal and written). Technical
competencies: Knowledge and understanding of: Public Finance Management
Act (PFMA). Treasury Regulations. Modified Cash Standard (MCS). Extensive
knowledge of Basic Accounting System (BAS). General ledger reconciliation
and analysis. Salary and employee tax administration. Debtor control and
creditor payments. All other financial administration duties. An understanding
of the Constitutional Values and Principles (CVPs) in section 195 of the
Constitution and how these CVPs contribute towards effective public service
delivery. An understanding of how this post supports the role of the PSC
regarding the CVPs. A valid driver’s license (with an exception of people with
disability).
DUTIES : Administer and implement revenue management system. Administer and
implement salary system. Manage and monitor accounting and bookkeeping
functions. Manage departmental expenditure and payments system. Oversee
the Loss Control function. Manage compilation of MTEF, AENE and ENE
Budget Processes. Manage compilation of year-in monitoring reports. Provide
advisory and secretariat functions to the Budget Committee. Develop, review,
monitor and implement financial policies, procedures and internal controls.
Contribute to the preparation of the Interim Financial Statements and Annual
Financial Statements.
ENQUIRIES : Ms NP Vutuza Tel No: (012) 352 1168
CLOSING DATE : 11 December at 15h45

POST 27/105 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: LABOUR RELATIONS REF NO: DD: LR/11/2020
(2 Months Contract)
SALARY : R733 257 per annum, (All-inclusive remuneration package)
CENTRE : Public Service Commission House, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate three-year Bachelor’s degree or National Diploma (NQF 6/7) in
Labour Relations/Law, Human Resources Management. 3-5 years experience
in Employee Relations management’. Extensive experience and skills in
handling complaints, disciplinary hearings and grievances. Experience in
representing employer in dispute resolution forums and Departmental
Bargaining Chamber. Knowledge and understanding of Public Service Legal
Framework. Understanding of Basic Financial Management, negotiation, good
communication (verbal and legal written), interpersonal relations, policy
development, managerial and project management skills. The ability to think
strategically and creatively. Proven investigative and analytical skills. An
understanding of the Constitutional Values and Principles (CVPs) in section
195 and how these CVPs contribute towards effective public service delivery.
An understanding of how this post supports the role of the PSC regarding the
CVPs. Report Writing skills. Proven computer literacy in the Microsoft Office
Suite. A Valid driver’s license (with the exception of disabled applicants).
DUTIES : Ensure that grievance and disciplinary policies are aligned to the relevant
legislative frameworks. Management and employees are trained on the
Grievance policy and Disciplinary Code and Procedures. Conduct an analysis
of grievances received. Facilitate grievance resolution and render advice on
possible solutions to management and employees. Consult with the relevant
structures of authority of department in an attempt to resolve the grievance.
Co-ordinate the appointment of investigating officers, employer representative
and presiding officers. To administer cases of misconduct and other
transgressions in the OPSC. To deal with dispute resolution in the OPSC.
Maintain a database of grievances received, status of completion and of
grievances not properly lodged. Ensure that submissions or reports are drafted
and submitted for the decision of the Accounting Officer.
ENQUIRIES : Ms Mirriam Mahuma Tel No: (012) 352 1072
CLOSING DATE : 11 December at 15h45

POST 27/106 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION INVESTIGATIONS
(2 Months Contract)
SALARY : R470 040 per annum (Level 10)
CENTRE : Public Service Commission House, Pretoria, Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal
Pretoria Ref No: ASD/PAI/11/2020/PTA (X4 Posts)
Eastern Cape Ref No: ASD/PAI/11/2020/EC
Kwa Zulu Natal Ref No: ASD/PAI/11/2020/KZN
REQUIREMENTS : The Public Service Commission (PSC) requires the services of a technically
experienced person to support it to fulfill its constitutional mandate and for this
purpose she/he should have. An appropriate recognised National
Diploma/Bachelor’s Degree (NQF level 6/7) in Law/ Auditing/ Forensic
Investigations/Public Administration/ Social Sciences and/or related field. A
minimum of three (3) years’ experience in forensic Investigations/
Investigations/Auditing/Fraud and Anti-Corruption regarding personnel and
public administration practices. Knowledge and experience of the Public
Service legislation including but not limited to: The Constitution of the Republic
of South Africa, 1996, the Public Service Act, 1994, the Public Service
Commission Act, 1997, the Public Finance Management Act, 1999, the Public
Service Regulations, National Treasury Regulations and Supply Chain
Management prescripts. Proven investigative and analytical skills. An
understanding of the Constitutional Values and Principles (CVPs) in section
195 of the Constitution and how these CVPs contribute towards effective public
service delivery. An understanding of how this post supports the role of the
PSC regarding the CVPs. Report Writing skills. Proven computer literacy in the
Microsoft Office Suite. A valid driver’s license (with exception of disabled
applicants).
DUTIES : Investigate complaints lodged with the PSC, or of own accord, into personnel
and public administration practices. Gather and analyse information obtained
during investigations. Draft submissions, memoranda and letters emanating
from investigations. Maintain the Integrated Grievance and Complaints
Management System. Conduct investigative research into personnel and
public administration practices. Draft reports with appropriate findings,
recommendations/ advice. Compile presentations on reports. Participate in the
promotion and evaluation of the CVPs stipulated in section 195 of the
Constitution. Conduct monthly and quarterly monitoring of the implementation
of the PSC’s recommendations and directions and update relevant databases.
Provide support to the organization through participation in office management
related tasks.
ENQUIRIES : Ms TT Mashikinya Tel No: (012) 352 1289/ Mr L Mgego Tel No: (043) 643 4704
Ms P Kwanini Tel No: (033) 345 9997
CLOSING DATE : 11 December, 15h45

POST 27/107 : STATE ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: GRIEVANCES REF NO: SAO/G/11/20
(2 Months Contract)
SALARY : R257 508 per annum (Level 07)
CENTRE : Public Service Commission House, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : Ideal candidate profile: 3 year post school qualification National
Diploma/Degree (NQF 6/7) in Information Systems and Statistics. 3 years’
experience in data management and analysis experience in the Public Service.
Proven experience of controlling expenditure and verifying performance
information. Knowledge of the public service regulatory framework and the
application thereof. Ability to capture and coordinate data systematically. Ability
to analyse and process data Advanced Computer Literacy. A thorough
understanding of government administration. Valid code 08 driver’s licence
(with exception of disabled applicants). Ability to work both independently and
as part of a team. Knowledge of the Constitutional Values and Principles
(CVPs) in Section 195 and the effect of the CVPs on the daily duties of this
post.
DUTIES : The successful candidate will be responsible for: Establish and manage
database in respect of grievances lodged with the Public Service. Establish
and maintain database on implementation of recommendations. Monitor trends
and manage database in respect of six monthly statistics on grievance
resolution in the Public Service. Compile monitoring reports to the PSC on
grievances received by the PSC. Provide project administration research
support and coordinate compliance with audit requirements. Provide overall
administrative assistance to the Deputy Director: LRI and provide secretariat
support services when arranging panel or grievance meetings.
ENQUIRIES : Laurence Edward Cronje Tel No: (011) 833 5721
CLOSING DATE : 11 December, 15h45

POST 27/108 : STATE ADMINISTRATION OFFICER REF NO: SAO: L&LS/11/20
(2 Months Contract)
SALARY : R257 508 per annum (Level 07)
CENTRE : Public Service Commission House, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : Ideal candidate profile: 3 year post school qualification National
Diploma/Degree (NQF Level 6/7) in Public Administration/Public Management,
Social Sciences degree or other related fields. At least 3 years’ experience in
the Private Sector or Public Service, of which at least three must involve
providing a support service to Director Litigation and Legal Service. Proven
experience of controlling expenditure and verifying performance information.
Knowledge of the public service regulatory framework and the application
thereof. Advanced Computer Literacy. A thorough understanding of
government administration. Valid code 08 driver’s licence (with exception of
disabled applicants). Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
DUTIES : The successful candidate will be responsible for: Maintaining an effective and
efficient administrative support system for the D: Litigation and Legal Services.
Providing administrative and logistical support to governance events, meetings
and workshops of the PSC. Providing overall performance monitoring and
analysis support, by facilitating the submission of quarterly performance
reports and supporting evidence and verifying submitted evidence against
reported progress for reliability, relevance and accuracy. Coordinating and
processing of PSC travel requests and expenditure.

ENQUIRIES : Adv. Shukrat Makinde Tel No: (012) 352 1188
CLOSING DATE : 11 December at 15h45

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