DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SANITATION SECRETARY JOBS X 2 POSTS

SALARY : R152 862 per annum, (Level 05)
CENTRE : Head Office (Pretoria) REF NO: 221217/04 A
NWRI Central Operation (Pretoria) REF NO: 221217/04 B
REQUIREMENTS : A Grade 12 and Certificate in Secretariat Services. One (1) to (2) two years

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experience in secretarial duties and/or general administration. Knowledge of
administrative procedures. Knowledge in secretarial duties, computer literacy,
sound organisational skills. Good people skills. High level of reliability. Sound
written and verbal communication skills. Ability to act with tact and discretion.
Basic Knowledge of dispute resolution process. Understanding of Social and
Economic development issues. Basic Financial Management and knowledge
of PFMA. Client orientation and customer focus. Accountability and Ethical
Conduct.
DUTIES : Provides secretarial / receptionist and clerical support service to The manager.
Receives telephone calls and messages for the manager and channels calls
to relevant role players if needs be. Manages and coordinates the diary of the
manager by recording appointments and events. Do all required typing in the
office of the manager. Operates office equipment like fax machines and
photocopies. Liaise with travel agencies to make travel arrangements and
other logistics. Coordinate and arrange all meetings and events for the office
of the manager. Collects all relevant documents and information to enable the
manager to prepare for meetings. Records minutes of the meetings of the
manager when required. Process all travel and subsistence claims and all
invoices that emanate from the activities of the work of the manager. Drafts
routine correspondence and reports and administers matters like leave
registers and telephone accounts. Receives, records and distributes all
incoming and outgoing documents. Handles the procurement of standard
items like stationery, refreshments etc. Remains up to date with regard to
prescripts / policies and procedures applicable to her / his work terrain to
ensure efficient and effective support to the manager. Studies relevant Public
Service and Departmental prescripts / policies and other documents to ensure
that the application thereof is understood properly. Remains abreast with
procedures and processes that apply in the office of the manager. Perform any
other relevant function.
ENQUIRIES : Mr V Mfomande, Tel, 012 336 8667 Head Office (Pretoria)
Ms N Ndumo, Tel 012 741 7340 NWRI Central Operation (Pretoria)

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Finance and Administration Officer job

FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

Location: Braamfontein, Johannesburg.

SECTION27 seeks a dynamic and driven candidate to join the finance team and assume responsibility for administration of grants and ensure compliance to funder agreements. This is a great opportunity for someone who is interested in career development in the public interest space.

Job Specification

  • Administration of donor budget and work plan ensuring adherence to donor contract.
  • Donor financial reporting and process administration, from invoice processing, payments processing and bank reconciliation.
  • Analysis of timesheets.
  • Collection, scanning and filing of supporting documentation, such as meeting attendance registers and travel receipts.
  • Prepare donor reports and analyse variances.
  • Preparation of Funder reallocation journals as required.
  • Adhoc requests for costing of donor activities.
  • Liaise with budget holders and assist with departmental budgets preparations to ensure alignment with donor budget.
  • Provide information analysing actuals vs. budgets on specific adhoc requests for budget holders e.g. reminders and support to teams on adherence to timelines and of requirements in terms of supporting documentation required.
  • Allocate cost codes to project.
  • Assist the team with administrative tasks.

Education and Experience

  • At least 2-3 years financial administration experience and management accounting.
  • B Com degree with accounting as a major or CIMA part qualified.
  • Project accounting knowledge.
  • Experience and knowledge of working with donor funds will be an advantage.

Knowledge and Skills

  • Knowledge of financial software packages i.e. pastel accounting and payroll.
  • Good time management and analytical skills.
  • Knowledge of the rules and regulations that govern non-profit organisations is an advantage.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Drivers license essential.

Personal attributes

  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Attention to detail
  • Flair for figures
  • Deadline driven
  • Ability to work in a team
  • Self-motivated, uses initiative and able to work without supervision
  • Organised and accurate

Languages

  • Fluency in English, spoken and written.

This is a full-time position, which requires the ability and willingness to travel and work outside of office hours to meet deadlines. The position is based at our offices in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.

Please forward your curriculum vitae accompanied by a motivation setting out your interest and suitability for the position to applications@section27.org.za by 5 January 2018.

Marketing Learnership (NQF Level 4) Durban and surrounding area

 

The Astral Group has partnered with Careers IT and wishes to train approximately 200 school leavers on an accredited full qualification focused on marketing in a Contact Centre environment.

Marketing Learnership (NQF Level 4)

LOCATION: DURBAN

only applicants from the Durban and surrounding area will be considered

The Astral Group comprises a dynamic group of companies that specializes in Property development, Information Technology and Lifestyle Services.

Careers IT is a training organization accredited by MICT, Services SETA and LG SETA and has been developing people skills since 1994. Careers IT provides a comprehensive range of Business Skills and IT training that has been designed to enhance the productivity, efficiency and workplace placement of trainees.

Background

  • The Astral Group has partnered with Careers IT and wishes to train approximately 200 school leavers on an accredited full qualification focused on marketing in a Contact Centre environment
  • Candidates that successfully complete the program will receive a Further Education & Training Certificate in Marketing: NQF Level 4
  • Candidates that enter the Accelerated Training and Workplace Placement Program will be fully funded by the Astral Group for the duration of the program
  • The Accelerated Training and Workplace Placement Program consists of theory and practical application of skills in the workplace
  • Candidates will receive a monthly stipend of R2500 for every successful month completed in the program
  • Candidates that complete the program successfully will be guaranteed placement within the Astral Group of companies

The following qualification is offered:

Further Education & Training Certificate: Marketing

  • SAQA ID 67464
  • NQF Level 4
  • Credits: 139
  • Duration: 1 year

On achieving this qualification, the learner will be able to:

  1. Work and comply with organisational ethics, concepts and cultures
    • The importance of team work and communication with all relevant stakeholders is demonstrated in order to meet marketing requirements and objectives
    • The principles of marketing are demonstrated and related to the needs of various stakeholders
    • Marketing activities and rules are described and discussed related to the impact of non-compliance
  2. Meet marketing objectives with available resources
    • Decisions to select and utilise resources are made and the appropriate expertise is used
    • The legal and ethical requirements in marketing are described and discussed related to non-compliance
  3. Position and promote products to meet customer’s needs
    • Identified customers are given the correct information (features, advantages, benefits) to enable them to make informed buying decisions
    • Promotions, which deal with either brand, product or service are dealt with in accordance with the expected outcomes of a range of existing promotional opportunities
    • The importance and specific place of product positioning in Marketing is explained with examples
    • The importance and specific place of target markets in Marketing is explained with examples, by demonstrating an all rounded understanding of its importance and place in the Marketing
  4. Maintain internal and external customer satisfaction levels
    • The importance of understanding the needs of internal and external stakeholders, as well as the importance of marketing as a profession is explained in relation to the processes of marketing
    • Customers are identified and constructive relationships are ensured by ongoing liaison
    • Appropriate methods, techniques and principles of dealing with customers and clients are applied to ensure that all stakeholders are informed up to acceptable levels
  5. Apply aspects of marketing
    • The definition and application of marketing is explained in terms of international definitions and trends
    • Standard practices and processes within the selected marketing discipline are performed in an integrated way to other disciplines of Marketing
Requirements 

The entry requirements for this programme are as follows:

  • Ability to understand spoken and written English
  • Analytical Ability:
    • Simple Reasoning
    • Addition
    • Subtraction
    • Multiplication
    • Division
  • Verbal and written communication skills:
    • Grammar
    • Comprehension
    • Clarity of speech
    • Pronunciation
  • Desktop computer skills:
    • Ability to use PC system
    • Ability to navigate using mouse
    • Ability to use browser
  • Clear Integrity checks:
    • No Criminal Background

Closing date: 12 January 2018

 Forward your application, consisting of:
  • Cover Letter
  • CV
  • Copy of ID

to:

Andre James | Sales Manager | Astral Group

Senior Clerk job , Grade 8 -12 or abet ,Salary: R177 036 – R242 844 per annum (plus benefits)

Reference Number: FINA6737

Position: Senior Clerk

Department: Finance
Division: Revenue
Salary: R177 036 – R242 844 per annum (plus benefits)

Minimum Requirements:

Grade 12 (NQF Level 4)
3 years’ experience in a similar environment
Core Responsibilities:

Monitor water and electricity consumption as per deviation list to ensure that account is correctly billed and to prevent over billing or under billing
Calculate and process journals to correct incorrect billing on account to ensure that account will be correctly billed and adjustments done to get consumption in line with meter readings
Investigate and solve difficult and complex meter and consumption problems of clients to ensure that account are correctly billed and to close the complaint of the client.
Handle customer complaints to ensure account is correct and client’s complaint can be closed
Capture customer requests or maintenance matters on EMIS to ensure maintenance on meters will be performed and client’s complaint can be closed and account corrected
Perform maintenance of interims on Venus system to ensure correct billing and not unrealistic charges to clients account

Interested candidates whose background and experience match these challenging and exciting positions are invited to apply using an online application form attached to the advertisement on the website of the City of Ekurhuleni (www.ekurhuleni.gov.za) or the intranet (for internal staff).

Enquiries: Tel: (011) 999 7532

Please attach CV to the online application once completed.

Candidates may be requested to submit proof of the NQF level applicable to the qualifications they have obtained.

Should candidates not be informed of the outcome of the application within six weeks of the closing date, it should be regarded as having been unsuccessful. The City of Ekurhuleni subscribes to the principles of the Employment Equity Act and reserves the right not to appoint.

Closing date: 2017/12/22

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Mr Price Groups is Hiring: See How to Apply

Location: Durban

We are looking for recent grads with an excellent academic record, a passion for fashion and a humble energy that demands attention.

The development and growth of Trainees (Grads) is a key focus for the Group as a whole. We believe in home-grown talent, and as such we have designed and packaged bespoke

development programmes for a number of key functions in the business, for example Merchandise Buying, Merchandise Planning, IT and Store Management.

We do also often look for Graduates in Marketing, Finance, and HR.

The Mr Price Group is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to Employment Equity.

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Mr Price Graduate / Internship Programme

How to Get 2017 Matric Results in 2018

Be the first one to access your matric results in January 2018. Look out for places to get your matric results.

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Here are Four Ways to Check Your Matric Results

1. Online

Bear in mind that website traffic will be high on the release date, so expect delayed response times.

  • Log on to the Department of Basic Education’s website here.

You will need the following to log in:

  • Exam number (don’t misplace this during the holiday!)
  • Home Language
  • Your personal details (name, surname, etc.)

If you attended a public/government school, then your results will definitely be available on this site.

2. The Newspaper

Your results will be published in the Newspaper on the day of the results release. It will be in all of the big Newspaper brands, like The RapportThe Argus and The Star.

Remember it will not be your full results. It will just state whether or not you passed and with what symbol you passed – B for Bachelors PassD for Diploma, etc.

3. Your High School

A day after the initial results are released, your school will give you your results. This is not the official matric certificate, it’s just your results for each subject. You will be able to fetch your official matric certificate in a few months – once it has been printed in full. If you are eager to get exact dates you should contact your school to find out further information.

4. Your Cellphone

You can use your cellphone (or someone else’s) to receive your results. SABC Education and the Department of Basic Education have provided a service that allows you to get an SMS with your results.  Yep, it’s pretty awesome!  You can register and have your results sent to you as soon as they are released.  How?

You have two options:

  • Register via SMS
    • Send your ID number and exam number to 35658
    • You’ll get a confirmation SMS once you’ve successfully registered.
    • SMSes cost R1 and free SMSes don’t apply
    • Get your results immediately when they are released
  • Use the USSD service
    • Dial *120*35658# on the release date
    • Answer a few multiple questions
    • Enter your ID number
    • You will get your results per subject
    • USSD rates apply

200 People Wanted for Call Centre Marketing Training [R2500 Per Month]

The Astral Group has partnered with Careers IT and wishes to train approximately 200 school leavers on an accredited full qualification focused on marketing in a Contact Centre environment.

Marketing Learnership (NQF Level 4)

LOCATION: DURBAN

Only applicants from the Durban and surrounding area will be considered

The Astral Group comprises a dynamic group of companies that specializes in Property development, Information Technology and Lifestyle Services.

Careers IT is a training organization accredited by MICT, Services SETA and LG SETA and has been developing people skills since 1994. Careers IT provides a comprehensive range of Business Skills and IT training that has been designed to enhance the productivity, efficiency and workplace placement of trainees.

Background

  • The Astral Group has partnered with Careers IT and wishes to train approximately 200 school leavers on an accredited full qualification focused on marketing in a Contact Centre environment
  • Candidates that successfully complete the program will receive a Further Education & Training Certificate in Marketing: NQF Level 4
  • Candidates that enter the Accelerated Training and Workplace Placement Program will be fully funded by the Astral Group for the duration of the program
  • The Accelerated Training and Workplace Placement Program consists of theory and practical application of skills in the workplace
  • Candidates will receive a monthly stipend of R2500 for every successful month completed in the program
  • Candidates that complete the program successfully will be guaranteed placement within the Astral Group of companies

The following qualification is offered:

Further Education & Training Certificate: Marketing

  • SAQA ID 67464
  • NQF Level 4
  • Credits: 139
  • Duration: 1 year

On achieving this qualification, the learner will be able to:

  1. Work and comply with organisational ethics, concepts and cultures
    • The importance of team work and communication with all relevant stakeholders is demonstrated in order to meet marketing requirements and objectives
    • The principles of marketing are demonstrated and related to the needs of various stakeholders
    • Marketing activities and rules are described and discussed related to the impact of non-compliance
  2. Meet marketing objectives with available resources
    • Decisions to select and utilise resources are made and the appropriate expertise is used
    • The legal and ethical requirements in marketing are described and discussed related to non-compliance
  3. Position and promote products to meet customer’s needs
    • Identified customers are given the correct information (features, advantages, benefits) to enable them to make informed buying decisions
    • Promotions, which deal with either brand, product or service are dealt with in accordance with the expected outcomes of a range of existing promotional opportunities
    • The importance and specific place of product positioning in Marketing is explained with examples
    • The importance and specific place of target markets in Marketing is explained with examples, by demonstrating an all rounded understanding of its importance and place in the Marketing
  4. Maintain internal and external customer satisfaction levels
    • The importance of understanding the needs of internal and external stakeholders, as well as the importance of marketing as a profession is explained in relation to the processes of marketing
    • Customers are identified and constructive relationships are ensured by ongoing liaison
    • Appropriate methods, techniques and principles of dealing with customers and clients are applied to ensure that all stakeholders are informed up to acceptable levels
  5. Apply aspects of marketing
    • The definition and application of marketing is explained in terms of international definitions and trends
    • Standard practices and processes within the selected marketing discipline are performed in an integrated way to other disciplines of Marketing

EARN While You LEARN with SARAGO

Sarago will give you twelve weeks of free training that will guarantee you employment, provide you with a certificate confirming your training in the call centre industry, provide you with a training manual and develop you personally and professionally.

About Sarago

Sarago is a company based on dedication, commitment, passion, innovation and service excellence. We have exceptionally talented individual players, but we perform best as a team.

We have state of the art training facilities in central Durban that are fully equipped. All our lecturers are qualified and we have assisted plenty of students gain employment thus far.

Sarago Training – Our Vision Statement

Sarago Training strives to become the Services Seta accredited training provider of choice, embracing the sharing of skills to uplift and empower every individual trained.

With a foundation of integrity in the field of learning and development, Sarago Training’s vibrant team of professional skilled experts share a passion for training excellence

As a Registered Training Organisation, with accreditation to deliver certification in a range of disciplines, we are able to provide a variety of career and training options to suit individual job seekers and employers alike.

One of our core businesses is to provide first-class training and coaching solutions to organisations where customer contact is a valued asset and where real business value can be delivered and sustained through our innovative performance improvement techniques.

Our specialisation in behavioural modification techniques and in the psychology of human development has enabled us to deliver the most high-impact accredited and customised training programs and workshops available in South Africa today. We have also recently applied the same methods to bring to the public professional and personal development programs and workshops, which allow more individuals the opportunity to extend their capabilities and achieve their amazing potential.

With our proven candidate selection and placement methodologies, we are also able to provide a total career management and training solution to employers looking for high quality and consistent results. These solutions provide an ideal environment for supporting new job seekers entry in a successful career path.

We would welcome the opportunity to work with you at a personal, professional, or organisational level, to help you, your staff and your business achieve amazing results through the maximising of your investment in your human resources.

How to contact Sarago

21 Fields Street, Durban
Kwazulu Natal
training@sarago.co.za

http://www.sarago.co.za

Source: Sarago.co.za

WANT TO BECOME A PARAMEDIC?

South Africa has a great need for skilled, qualified emergency care providers. The profession has grown enormously over the last 25 years. It can no longer be considered a job but rather a professional calling. A commitment to patient care, professional integrity and lifelong learning is vital to success in this career. You can qualify as a paramedic in two ways: University education: Certain universities offer a four-year Bachelor’s degree in Emergency Care (BTech). Graduates of this programme are qualified as Advanced Life Support practitioners able to provide the highest level of pre-hospital emergency care available.

Contact the university of your choice for further information on costs and entrance requirements.

A two year National Certificate is also available, the Emergency Care Technician (ECT) course. This qualification is also offered by certain institutions and graduates will work under the indirect control of a BTech paramedic. ER24 does not offer the ECT course. Short Course Education
ER24 AEA class of 2013.
Back row: Cassandra Gibhard, Jane Hanekom, Izak Snyman, Mohau Ratsui.
Front row: Wynand Hawkins, Ignatia Ntuli, Belinda Letuka, Mueen Small.

Basic Ambulance Assistant (BAA) – Basic Life Support: Seven-week course, entry-level requirement for a career in emergency services.
Ambulance Emergency Assistant (AEA) – Intermediate Life Support: Four month course that builds on the foundation laid during the BAA course.

Requirements:
Matric certificate
Current HPCSA registration as a BAA for at least six months
1000 documented, verifiable hours of patient care experience as a BAA

Critical Care Assistant (CCA) – Advanced Life Support: Eleven month course that qualifies successful candidates as Advanced Life Support paramedics. Highest level of short course training.

Requirements:
Matric certificate
Current HPCSA registration as an AEA for at least one year
1000 documented, verifiable hours of patient care experience as an AEA
ER24 does not currently offer the CCA course but we are hoping to offer it in the near future. Please keep in contact with the college should you be interested in the CCA course.
Which Route Should I Choose?

This is a personal choice which will depend on many factors including academic performance, finances, location and personal preference. Many candidates who have recently matriculated, have the required academic record and can afford to attend university full-time for four years choose the degree route. Many others who do not have the means to attend university choose the short course route. There has been a move to discontinue short-course training in favour of university education. The latest directive from the ministry of health is that short course training will continue in its current form for the foreseeable future, until further clarity and agreement has been reached.

Employment in Emergency Medical Services

There are two major employers in the emergency services industry, namely the government and private emergency services. Minimum requirements are typically HPCSA registration as a BAA, a valid driver’s licence and a Professional Driving Permit (PDP).

There is currently an oversupply of BLS providers in the country. BLS practitioners may need perseverance and commitment to secure full-time employment in the industry.

There is a significant demand for ILS and ALS providers. As such, the demand for training in these areas is high. Please note that the ER24 Training Academy does not facilitate employment and completion of one of our courses does not imply automatic employment with the company.

Should you already meet the minimum requirements mentioned above, please register on on our careers portal: www.mediclinic.co.za/careers Click Here

Apply Online For Free Here

ER24 does not have a volunteer programme. Registered professionals may be employed on a part-time basis to fulfil a specific need at a Branch. Please contact the Branch Manager at your nearest ER24 base should you be interested in part-time work.

Thank you for considering a career in pre-hospital emergency care. Our country is in need of dedicated, skilled people committed to the highest standards of emergency medical care. Should you be considering a career in the emergency services, we are more than willing to consult with you and assist you in your decision. Please feel free to contact us for further assistance: training@er24.co.za

The Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) governs the standards of all medical training in South Africa. Their website contains a list of all institutions accredited to run Emergency Care training