Reference Number:TRAN0057E

Department:  Transport
Salary:R 98 340 – R 127 668 per annum (plus benefits)

Minimum Requirements:

  • Grade 12
  • Relevant Experience

Core Responsibilities:

  • Generate and file face value documents
  • Keep all payments in currency safe
  • Balance the daily cash-up sheet in respect of all payments
  • File application forms
  • Keep daily record of all face value documentation issued during each day
  • Ensure that the float is completed and correct at all times

Applications must be submitted to the following Human Resource Office:

  • Brakpan Civic Centre, Cnr. Elliot & Escombe Streets, Brakpan
  • Postal Address: PO Box 15, Brakpan 1540
  • Enquiries: 011 999-7785/7771/7840/7845/7743/8170/7789

No faxed and e-mailed applications will be accepted. Please quote reference number on application.

Applications will not be considered if the necessary copies of the required qualifications, identity documents, driver’s license (if applicable) and current professional registration (if applicable), are not attached to the application / CV. 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 Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality subscribes to the principles of the Employment Equity Act.

Closing date:2016/08/26

Grade 12 People Are Needed At The Airport For Passenger Information Agent Job

Applications accepted until:
Number of Openings


Cape Town

Key Performance Outputs:

  • Proactively identify, resolve and escalate customer€™s needs as and when required.
  • Announce flight information.
  • Participate in customer care projects and initiatives as and when required.
  • Provide support to relevant stakeholders to ensure achievement of objectives.
  • Build, support and maintain healthy, diverse internal and external relationships to ensure achievement of organisational goals.
  • Capture information for trending purposes.
  • Identify and escalate any system related errors.
  • Escalate repeated operational non-compliance.

Technical Skills and Experience:

  • The successful candidate must have a valid Matric (Grade 12) qualification.
  • Proficiency and knowledge of Microsoft Office packages.
  • A minimum of 2-3 years face to face customer service experience.


The ideal candidate will be an individual who   consistently achieves results, meets goals and targets. Clearly explaining a point of view and its reasoning as well as tactful communication in a non-confrontational and polite manner is also required.  It is essential that the incumbent is able to recognize, handle and resolve conflict promptly.

This position will be in line with ACSA EE Plan and Policy and disable candidates are welcomed to apply.

Equity Statement:

Internal and/or External: This position will be filled in line with ACSAs values and Employment Equity policy and plan. Preference will be given to members of designated groups that are under-represented and the position will also be advertised externally.

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Free digital training for 1 million youth in RSA

The City of Johannesburg and Microsoft South Africa have joined forces to train one million disadvantaged residents, free, on digital skills and literacy over a period of five-years. This free digital training will commence in August 2016.

The City’s Mayor Parks Tau made the announcement in Johannesburg, saying registration commences early in August and the curriculum is expected to begin in September. The initiative is termed JoziMS1million.

He said 800 000 of the one million to benefit from the programme will be youth between 18 and 34 years of age, and the rest will be those above 35 but still need to access the job market at entry level.
The curriculum will cover five key topics including Computer Skills; The Internet, Cloud Services and the World Wide Web; Productivity Programmes (Microsoft Office); Computer Security and Privacy, and Digital Lifestyles.

Mayor Tau said the partnership was motivated by the realisation that youth would need digital skills to break barriers to entry into the job market.

He said this is a result of continuous engagements that the city has been conducting with various private sector companies.

The Mayor said reports show that by 2012, 50% of the already existing jobs required basic digital skills, and this trend is expected to increase to 77% by 2022.

He said the programme will be using the Vulindlele Jozi portal to register the 800 000 youth. For those above 35, the Mayor said she will go to the centres provided by the city for registrations.
“We are breaking down barriers for the people of Johannesburg to get these jobs that will be available in the market that require skills.

“The investments on the overall project come from the City of Johannesburg and Microsoft, the participants are not required to pay a fee. This is very important for those people who cannot afford to pay fees to acquire skills,” said Mayor Tau.

Microsoft has invested about R200 million in the programme, and the company’s Managing Director Zoaib Hoosen told SAnews that the initiative is a product of an engagement that the city had with Microsoft in the last three months, to see what is it that they can merge for the benefit of residents and to grow the economy.

He said without the partnership, both the City and Microsoft would not be able implement this programme and achieve the outcomes.

As the world continues to evolve more digitally, Hoosen says many companies are moving towards the digital environment and it will soon become a basic requirement for job seekers to have basic digital skills when applying for jobs. This is the case for entrepreneurs as well.

“Certainly, the physical world and the digital world are coming together, and I think it is a very important channel to market. Everyone in business has to make sure that it [their product] resonates with the customers and audiences you are trying to reach. It is a platform that one cannot ignore,” he said.

He said, in his observation, youth who use digital technology for business purposes are making huge amounts of profits, and successful businesses are investing in their products.

“Young people around ages of 19 and 20 are starting businesses on the basis of digital platforms… new industries are going to be formed, new jobs are going to come about,” said Hoosen.
He said for more youth to be able to exploit the digital revolution, they have to acquire skills.

The announcement ceremony was graced by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, who said he will be an evangelist across the country preaching the works of the City of Johannesburg and encouraging other cities to be innovative in changing the lives of their residents.

“Smart cities, smart towns, need to go beyond just provision of services to their citizens. They now need to move into improving the economic life of the city, and by so doing having a positive impact on the lives of the people who live in the city,” said the Deputy President.

Applauding the city, Deputy President Ramaphosa said: “This is truly economic democracy at work and opening the corridors of freedom of the city of Johannesburg. I have seen how many of these initiatives are living up to this dream, to this concept of economic democracy. What I saw today is how Johannesburg is unblocking the entrepreneurial capabilities and the spirit of the people of Johannesburg through provision of skills.”

He said Johannesburg is the city where people can come and have their dreams fulfilled. He said he was glad that the city was giving people the tools to work on achieving their dreams.

“I have categorised Johannesburg as a smart city, an intelligent city that is run by people who have a vision… who also want to take the place and its people to places. This is the city on the move, the city that is going somewhere,” he said.