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Reporting to the Chairperson of the Accounting Authority (Board), the Chief Executive Officer will be responsible and accountable for all aspects of the Services SETA’s corporate management, core business delivery, financial management and reporting obligations.
All applications must be e-mailed to siyabongan@serviceseta.org.za
R 0.00
Office of the CEO
Qualifications: A Master’s degree or equivalent qualification in Corporate Management, Humanities, Law or Finance. Experience: At least 15 years’ experience, 10 of which should have been at management level. Knowledge and skills: • SETA-related and/or skills development experience • Above-average understanding of the core business of a SETA • Knowledge and understanding of the following laws: Skills Development Act, Skills Development Levies Act, Public Finance Management Act • Knowledge of corporate management and governance • Thorough understanding of the South African skills development environment • Excellent analytical skills • Highly developed communication skills • Attention to detail • Good interpersonal skills • Strategic leadership.
Duties and responsibilities: In terms of duties and responsibilities, the CEO must: • Ensure the organisation’s compliance with relevant legislation and monitor legislative and regulatory developments pertaining to it • Ensure the development of and adherence to the Services SETA’s corporate management, core business delivery, financial management and reporting policies, processes, systems and procedures • Ensure the development of the organisation’s overall strategic plan and budgets as prescribed by the Department of Higher Education and Training and National Treasury • Oversee the development of business plans and budgets of the Corporate Management, Core Business and Financial Management divisions • Ensure sound corporate management in the organisation with respect to the Office of the Chief Executive Officer, Planning, Operations, Corporate Services and Finance divisions • Ensure that the organisation’s core business is implemented in line with applicable protocols and policies as prescribed by SAQA and/or the QCTO, and relevant legislation and regulations • Oversee the development of relevant controls to effectively manage the Services SETA’s financial resources and assets with integrity and in line with the PFMA • Ensure that the Services SETA is adequately shielded from or effectively manages risk • Oversee the development and implementation of a Supply Chain Management system consistent with legislative and other good governance arrangements • Ensure the Services SETA’s fulfilment of grant disbursement obligations in terms of applicable laws and regulations • Ensure that Services SETA-funded projects are implemented efficiently and effectively • Ensure sound relations with the Services SETA’s stakeholders, particularly with respect to the organisation’s operations • Oversee performance management and the continuous development of all Services SETA staff; and • Ensure that the Services SETA complies with all policy, legislative, regulatory and reporting obligations.
The appointment will be made on a contract basis up to 31 March 2016, renewable at the Services SETA’s discretion
Enquiries may be directed to Mr Themba Mhambi at 079 944 6801, Monday to Friday, between 08:00 and 16:30No5/18/2015
Negotiable
05
71
  
The Senior Manager: Risk Management is responsible for leading the development of implementation of risk management strategies, processes and policies with the SSETA. The role involves managing the monitoring of key risks and the management thereof. The incumbent further ensures compliance with accounting policies, standards, principles, all acts and other statutory requirements.
All applications must be emailed to: smrisk@serviceseta.org.za
R 0.00
RISK MANAGEMENT
A BACHELORS DEGREE, OR EQUIVALENT IN A RELEVANT FIELD, 7 YEARS IN TOTAL, 5 YEARS IN MANAGEMENT AND 3 YEARS IN A RELATED PROFFESSION,  Good understanding of SETA business  Understanding of the PFMA  In-depth knowledge of skills development legislation, policy and frameworks,  In-depth understanding and knowledge of governance and compliance in general.  Ability to lead and manage the enterprise risk function for the organization.  Extensive knowledge of compliance principles, legislation and regulations governing SSETA  Computer literacy  Problem solving and decision making  Negotiation
 Lead the development and implementation of Risk Management frameworks  Contribute to SSETA strategic and financial management objectives  Lead achievement of compliance, governance and risk management objectives  Achievement and management of departmental operational plans and resources  Management of staff in the department
For enquiries please phone Mr Khaya Blaai at 011 276 8641 between 08h00 and 16h00 weekdays.No6/1/2015
R588 751 – R1 043 362 per annum
06
72
  
The Manager: Grant Allocations & Payments is responsible for the provision of discretionary grant management services to the SSETA. The role involves discretionary grant allocations and payments. The incumbent further ensures compliance with accounting policies, standards, principles, all acts and other statutory requirements pertaining to both discretionary grants and other functions in the organisation
All applications must be emailed to: mangrant@serviceseta.org.za
R 0.00
PROJECT ACCOUNTING
3 YEAR DIPLOMA IN FINANCE OR EQUIVALENT, 5 YEARS IN TOTAL, 3 YEARS IN MANAGEMENT AND 2 YEARS IN A FINANCE ENVIRONMENT, Good understanding of SETA business  Understanding of the PFMA  Understanding of corporate management, „h Analytical skills „h Computer literacy „h Problem-solving and decision-making „h Negotiation „h Filing and record-keeping „h Time management
 Manage the Mandatory Grants Unit  Mandatory grant processing and allocations  Financial reporting  Internal controls and risk management  Achievement and management of unit business plans and resources  Management of staff in the Unit
For enquiries please phone Mr Khaya Blaai at 011 276 9600 between 08h00 and 16h00 week days.No6/1/2015
R390 824 – R851 408
07
73
  
The Manager: Provincial Operations is responsible for operational management, leadership and implementation of Services’ SETA mandate at the Provincial and local level. This entails formulating policies, managing daily operations, projects and resources at Provincial Office.
All applications must be emailed to: manprov@serviceseta.org.za
R 0.00
PROVINCIAL OPERATIONS
A 3 YEAR DIPLOMA, OR EQUIVALENT IN A RELEVANT FIELD, 5 YEARS IN TOTAL, 3 YEARS IN MANAGEMENT AND 2 YEARS IN A RELATED PROFESSION,  Good understanding of SETA business  Understanding of the PFMA, In-depth knowledge of skills development legislation and policy framework  Stakeholder management and the ability to develop and maintain stakeholder networks  Relationship building  Negotiating and influencing skills  Ability to manage and lead operations management function for the organization  Extensive knowledge of compliance principles, legislation and regulations governing SSETA  Computer literacy  Problem solving and decision making  Service Delivery Innovation
 Manage the implementation of programmes in the Province  Manage and build relationships with stakeholders to ensure skills development initiatives in the Province  Facilitate and manage stakeholder mobilisation within the Province  Coordinate the implementation of skills development support in the Province  Monitoring and evaluate the impact of implementation of skills development initiatives  Achievement and management Provincial Development Plans and resources  Manage staff within own Provincial Office
For enquiries please phone Mr Khaya Blaai at 011 276 9600 between 08h00 and 16h00 weekdays.No6/1/2015
R390 824 – R851 408 per annum
08
75
  
The Quality Assurer: Funeral Specialisation is responsible the accreditation of skills development providers, the registration of assessors and moderators, the monitoring of training, the external moderation of learner achievements and the certification of learners in the funeral services and related subsectors. The Quality Assurer: Funeral Specialisation must also attend to Skills Development Provider queries
All applications must be emailed to: qafun@serviceseta.org.za
R 0.00
QUALITY MANAGEMENT
„h A 3 YEAR DIPLOMA, OR EQUIVALENT IN A RELEVANT FIELD „h ASSESSOR AND MODERATOR COMPETENCY REGISTERED WITH THE ETDP SETA „h REGISTERED WITH THE SERVICE SETA AS A CONSTITUENT ASSESSOR AND MODERATOR, 3 YEARS IN TOTAL, 1 YEAR IN MANAGEMENT AND 2 YEARS IN THE FUNERAL INDUSTRY, Good understanding of SETA business  Understanding of the PFMA  Sound knowledge of skills development legislation and policy framework  Assessment  Moderation  Computer literacy
Processing of accreditation applications  Processing and evaluation of assessor and moderator registration applications  Monitoring of training  External moderation of learner achievement  Certification of learners  Handling of stakeholder queries  Ensure compliance with QCTO requirements  Conduct monitoring and auditing of accredited providers  Develop and enhance stakeholder relations  Advise stakeholders on quality assurance policies and practices
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS  Ability to travel frequently  Driver’s licence
For enquiries please phone Mr Khaya Blaai at 011 276 9600 between 08h00 and 16h00 weekdays.No6/1/2015
R315 793 – R564 281 per annum
10
76
  
The Senior Officer: Board Support is responsible for ensuring effective coordination of activities of Services’ SETA Board and the Chairperson. The incumbent must provide high standard management and administrative support services to the Board Members and the Chairperson. Activities performed include managing meetings, stakeholder management, gathering and dissemination of information and travel plans.
All applications must be emailed to: senboard@serviceseta.org.za
R 0.00
BOARD SUPPORT
A 3 YEAR DIPLOMA, OR EQUIVALENT IN A RELEVANT FIELD, 3 YEARS IN TOTAL, 1 YEARS IN MANAGEMENT AND 2 YEARS IN A RELATED FIELD, Good understanding of SETA business  Understanding of the PFMA  Sound knowledge of skills development legislation, policy and frameworks,  Assessment  Moderation  Computer literacy
Coordinate and manage the Chairperson and Board SETA non governance activities  Coordinate all stakeholder relations activities  Ensure effective logistical coordination of Chairperson and Board events  Provide executive administrative support to the Chairperson
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS  Ability to travel frequently  Driver’s licence
For enquiries please phone Mr Khaya Blaai at 011 276 9772 between 08h00 and 16h00 weekdays.No6/1/2015
R315 793 – R564 281 per annum
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77
  
The Chamber Managers are responsible for facilitating the development of sector and subsector plans that are research-based and monitored jointly with stakeholders. They must facilitate the identification of skills needs and the scarce and critical skills in order for the SSETA to adopt a sound framework for strategic planning informed by a comprehensive sector profile. The incumbent must develop Chamber operational plans aligned to SSETA strategic objectives. Further to this, the incumbent must develop systems and processes for stakeholder relationship building and management. Lastly, the role must manage realisation of the SSETA mandate through sector and sub-sector skills development initiatives.
All applications must be emailed to: chambersman@serviceseta.org.za
R 0.00
CHAMBER MANAGEMENT
A 3 YEAR DIPLOMA, OR EQUIVALENT IN A RELEVANT FIELD , 5 YEARS IN TOTAL, 3 YEARS IN MANAGEMENT AND 2 YEARS IN A RELATED SECTOR, • Good understanding of SETA business • Understanding of the PFMA • In-depth knowledge of skills development legislation and policy framework • Stakeholder management and the ability to develop and maintain stakeholder networks • Relationship building • Negotiating and influencing skills • Extensive knowledge of compliance principles, legislation and regulations governing SSETA • Computer literacy • Problem-solving and decision-making • Service Delivery Innovation
• Manage and build relationships with stakeholders to ensure skills development initiatives in the relevant sectors • Facilitate and manage stakeholder mobilisation • Coordinate the implementation of skills development initiatives in various subsectors • Manage and implement governance structures within the Chambers • Monitor and evaluate the impact of implementation of skills development initiatives • Achievement and management of unit business plans and resources • Manage staff within the Unit
The SSETA reserves the right not to make an appointment. If you do not hear from the SSETA within 14 days from the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful
For enquiries please phone Mr Khaya Blaai at 011 276 9600 between 08h00 and 16h00 week days.No6/19/2015
R390 824 – R851 408 per annum
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80
  
The Chamber Manager is responsible for providing support in relation to both sectoral and head office support functions that is based on a clear departmental operational plan and sound corporate management practices, including proper financial and human resource management Practices. This role also supports the development of the SSETA SSP, SP, APP, learning material and qualifications. The role further participates in the SSETA WSP (Workplace Skills Plan), PTP (Pivotal Training Plan), ATR (Annual Training Plan), PTR (Pivotal Training Reports).
R 390,824.00
•Good understanding of the SETA business •Good understanding of the Labour Services Sector/Sub-sector •Understanding of the PFMA •In-depth knowledge of skills development legislation and policy framework •Stakeholder management •Relation building •Negotiation •Compliance •Computer literacy •Problem-solving and decision-making
The Chamber Manager has the following responsibilities in respect of the Sector and Sub Sectors falling under the Labour and Collective Services Chamber: •Database development and maintenance; •Research and intelligence gathering; •Information dissemination; •Community outreach; •Education; •Securing workplaces; •Stakeholder support; •Representation of the SETA in the sector; and •Reporting.
Yes7/13/2015
R390 824 – R851 408 per annum
Khaya Blaai 20150626
82
  
Administrator/s are responsible for the provision of administrative support to the various departments. Activities include ensuring implementation of all administrative processes and provision of stakeholder and customer services. The incumbents are also responsible for assistance with the maintenance of unit records and filling system.
R 94,902.00
Operations and Special
•Computer Literacy •Office Administration •File Management and Record Keeping •Oral and Written Communication •Minute Taking •Logistics Arrangements
•Provide general secretarial support including typing, telephones, diaries, appointments and arranging meetings •Take enquiries from internal and external clients •Maintain records and file all document •Provide proper documentation management •Receive and send faxes and make copies •Screen all visits to the Unit •Assist with research requirements for the Unit •Collate all minutes’ meetings •Provide assistance with agenda compilation •Ensure that changes to scheduled meetings are communicated timeously to all stakeholders •Follow up on meeting outcomes, (e.g. resolutions, deliverables and actions)
Yes7/13/2015
R94 902 – R172 184 per annum
Khaya Blaai201506262
83
  
The Personal Assistant is responsible to assist and support the Executive Manager. This includes managing, supporting and assisting the Executive Manager with diary management, office management and co-ordination as well as the execution of various administrative functions such as gathering information, compiling reports, typing, filing, etc. Further to this, the incumbent must ensure co-ordination of various external service providers such as travel agencies and internal departments; such as procurement. The incumbent will also support the Executive Manager by ensuring that all information (reports, agenda’s, minutes, etc.) is available when meetings are attended. The incumbent is also responsible to ensure that all visitors to the Executive Manager’s office are received in a professional manner.
All applications must be emailed to: corpexecpa@serviceseta.org.za
R 0.00
CORPORATE SERVICES
A Matric and 2 year National diploma or in Administration/ Secretarial qualification or equivalent, At least 2 years experience of which 1 year must be as a Personal Assistant at Executive Management level, • Project administration • Knowledge for general administration • Diary management • Computer Literacy • Knowledge of business writing • Budget and cost control • Records keeping and management
• Provision of secretarial services in the Division • Management of administrative processes in the office • Diary Management • Financial Co-ordination and Asset management • Achievement of the Office’s operational plans • Support the optimisation of the Division
The SSETA reserves the right not to make an appointment. If you do not hear from the SSETA within 14 days from the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful
For enquiries please phone Mr Khaya Blaai at 011 276 9772 between 08h00 and 16h00 weekdaysYes7/20/2015
R187 487 – R392 185 PER ANNUM
7715
84
  

​The Chamber Managers are responsible for facilitating the development of sector and sub-sector plans that are research-based and monitored jointly with stakeholders. They must facilitate the identification of skills needs and the scarce and critical skills in order for the Services SETA to adopt a sound framework for strategic planning informed by a comprehensive sector profile. The incumbent must develop Chamber operational plans aligned to Services SETA strategic objectives. Further to this, the incumbent must develop systems and processes for stakeholder relationship building and management. Lastly, the role must manage realisation of the Services SETA mandate through sector and sub-sector skills development initiatives.

R 390,824.00
Chamber Management
  • ​Good understanding of SETA business 
  • Understanding of the PFMA
  • In-depth knowledge of skills development legislation and policy framework
  • Stakeholder management and the ability to develop and maintain stakeholder networks 
  • Relationship building 
  • Negotiating and influencing skills
  • Extensive knowledge of compliance principles, legislation and regulations governing Services SETA 
  • Computer literacy
  • Problem-solving and decision-making
  • Service delivery innovation
  • Manage and build relationships with stakeholders to ensure skills development initiatives in the relevant sector 
  • Facilitate and manage stakeholder mobilisation 
  • Coordinate the implementation of skills development initiatives in various subsectors 
  • Manage and implement governance structures within the Chamber
  • Monitor and evaluate the impact of implementation of skills development initiatives 
  • Achievement and management of unit business plans and resources 
  • Manage staff within the Unit
Yes8/10/2015
R390 824 – R851 408 Per Annum
86
  

​The Chamber Managers are responsible for facilitating the development of sector and sub-sector plans that are research-based and monitored jointly with stakeholders. They must facilitate the identification of skills needs and the scarce and critical skills in order for the Services SETA to adopt a sound framework for strategic planning informed by a comprehensive sector profile. The incumbent must develop Chamber operational plans aligned to Services SETA strategic objectives. Further to this, the incumbent must develop systems and processes for stakeholder relationship building and management. Lastly, the incumbent must manage realisation of the Services SETA mandate through sector and sub-sector skills development initiatives.

Yes10/12/2015
87
  

The Manager: Grant Allocations & Payments is responsible for the provision of discretionary grant management services to the Services SETA. The role involves discretionary grant allocations and payments.  The incumbent further ensures compliance with accounting policies, standards, principles, all acts and other statutory requirements pertaining to both discretionary grants and other functions in the organisation

Yes10/12/2015
88
  

The Senior Manager: Chamber Management is responsible for leading and ensuring the seamless coordination of skills development in the identified services sectors. The incumbent must ensure the development of Chamber operational plans aligned to Services SETA strategic objectives. Further to this, the incumbent must ensure the development of systems, processes for stakeholder relationship building and management, the development of monitoring and reporting tools in the Department. Lastly, the role must lead the Chamber Unit to ensure the realisation of its mandate.

Yes10/12/2015
89
  

​The Senior Manager: Provincial Operations is responsible for ensuring the discharging of Services SETA’s Skills Development mandate through provision of strategic direction, oversight and focused stakeholder relations management within Provincial Offices.  The incumbent is also responsible to lead the conceptualisation of key outreach programs, proactive problem resolution and ensures strategic alignment across Provincial operations. Furthermore, the incumbent must ensure the provision of support services to the Provincial offices.  He/she must ensure the development of Provincial Office operational plans.

Yes10/12/2015
90
  

​The Chamber Managers are responsible for facilitating the development of sector and subsector plans that are research-based and monitored jointly with stakeholders. They must facilitate the identification of skills needs and the scarce and critical skills in order for the Services SETA to adopt a sound framework for strategic planning informed by a comprehensive sector profile. The incumbent must develop Chamber operational plans aligned to Services SETA strategic objectives. Further to this, the incumbent must develop systems and processes for stakeholder relationship building and management. Lastly, the role must manage realisation of the Services SETA mandate through sector and sub-sector skills development initiatives.

Yes10/12/2015
91
  

​The Manager Human Resource Management is responsible to manage the provision of an effective HR support services to the rest of the Management team as well as all the employees Services SETA. The incumbent will be responsible for overseeing the compilation and implementation of HR strategies, services plans, policies and procedures. Additionally; the incumbent will supervise and control all HR support delivered within the Services SETA. Activities in this role entail manpower planning and budgeting process monitoring expenditure, supervision of training events, orientation of new employees, change management initiatives, HR information management, supervising the recruitment and staff exit processes, employee relations and performance management.

Yes11/2/2015
92
  

​The Manager Performance Reporting The incumbent is responsible for the production of auditable performance information through reporting of Services SETA’s strategic performance based on signed off TID’s. In this regard, the incumbent must ensure the development of reporting tools, templates and frameworks aligned to legislative requirements.

Yes11/2/2015
93
  

​The Manager: Provincial Operations is responsible for operational management, leadership and implementation of Services SETA’s mandate at the Provincial and local level. This entails formulating policies, managing daily operations, projects and resources at Provincial Office.

Yes11/2/2015
94
  

​The Manager: Provincial Operations is responsible for operational management, leadership and implementation of Services SETA’s mandate at the Provincial and local level. This entails formulating policies, managing daily operations, projects and resources at Provincial Office.

Yes11/2/2015
95
  

The Manager Marketing and Communications is responsible for managing the implementation of internal and external communications processes, plans and strategies within Services SETA, including engaging and informing employees across the organisation. Activities performed in this role include managing public and media relations processes and implementation of knowledge management strategies and activities to support the achievement of Services SETA’s information management objectives. The incumbent must also ensure development of systems and processes that guide the implementation of communications (internal and external) as well as a public relations strategies and plans aligned to Services SETA’s strategic objectives.​

Yes11/2/2015
96
  

​The Manager Marketing and Communications is responsible for managing the implementation of internal and external communications processes, plans and strategies within Services SETA, including engaging and informing employees across the organisation. Activities performed in this role include managing public and media relations processes and implementation of knowledge management strategies and activities to support the achievement of Services SETA’s information management objectives. The incumbent must also ensure development of systems and processes that guide the implementation of communications (internal and external) as well as a public relations strategies and plans aligned to Services SETA’s strategic objectives.

Yes11/2/2015
97
  

​The Officer: Provincial Operations is responsible for coordinating the implementation of outreach programmes and events in the Province. The incumbent is also responsible for conducting research on the profile of the Province, dissemination of information, stakeholder database maintenance and participating on monitoring visits. Lastly, the incumbent must provide support to the Head Office

Yes11/2/2015
98
  

​The Personal Assistant is responsible to assist and support the Executive Manager. This includes managing, supporting and assisting the Executive Manager with diary management, office management and co-ordination as well as the execution of various administrative functions such as gathering information, compiling reports, typing, filing, etc. Further to this, the incumbent must ensure co-ordination of various external service providers such as travel agencies and internal departments; such as procurement. The incumbent will also support the Executive Manager by ensuring that all information (reports, agenda’s, minutes, etc.) is available when meetings are attended. The incumbent is also responsible to ensure that all visitors to the Executive Manager’s office are received in a professional manner.

Yes11/2/2015
100
  

​The Senior Officer: Provincial Operations is responsible for the facilitation and coordination of Services SETA’s service offering at Provincial level. This involves information dissemination, facilitating workshops in attempt to educate stakeholders about service offered by the Services SETA’s. Furthermore, the incumbent must support the implementation of outreach programmes in the Province.

Yes11/2/2015
101
  

​The Senior Officer: SSP is responsible for facilitating the development and implementation of the SSP. The incumbent must coordinate Services Seta’s sector skills planning process in order to it to the overall business strategy. The incumbent must ensure compliance to relevant legislation, policies and frameworks.

Yes11/2/2015
102
  
The Senior Officer: Travel and Events Management is responsible for providing expert advice and support to Services SETA’s personnel on matters relating to local, domestic and foreign travels. Furthermore; the incumbent must oversee the administration and maintenance of travel management software, monitoring systems problems and seeking correcting action to problem identified. The incumbent is also responsible for planning and managing all of Services SETA’s events. In this regard; the incumbent must control the whole project, from planning at the start to running the event on the day.
Yes11/2/2015
103
  

​The Officer: Provincial Operations is responsible for coordinating the implementation of outreach programmes and events in the Province. The incumbent is also responsible for conducting research on the profile of the Province, dissemination of information, stakeholder database maintenance and participating on monitoring visits. Lastly, the incumbent must provide support to the Head Office

Yes11/2/2015
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Applications must be submitted to No 15 Sherborne Road Parktown Gauteng 2193 or at the e-mail address Cleaner@serviceseta.org.za​


Yes12/2/2015


106
  

​All applications must be submitted to No 15 Sherborne Road Parktown Gauteng 2193 or at the e-mail address Gardener@serviceseta.org.za​



Yes12/2/2015


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