DEEDS REGISTRATION CLERK JOB , REQUIREMENTS : Grade 10

(REF NO: 3/2/1/2018/086) Office of the Registrar of Deeds

SALARY : R107 886 per annum (Level 3) 56

CENTRE : Kimberley

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 10. No experience. Ability to identify, classify and record a large variety of official documents. A general knowledge of registry (record management and filling) is essential. Proficiency in English. Computer literacy skills. Numerical skills. Filing skills. Archiving skills. Communication skills (verbal and written). Good interpersonal skills. *Liaison skills. Ability to work well under pressure.

DUTIES : Archive deeds and documents. Sort deeds, documents, interdicts, plans, diagrams and gazettes. Check for missing numbers. Bind deeds, documents, interdicts, plans, diagrams and gazettes. Number volumes. Repair worn-out and damaged volumes. Report faulty equipment to supervisor. Convey deeds, documents, office supplies, furniture and equipment. Collect and deliver deeds and documents between various sections. Moving furniture/office supplies and equipment. Draw, file volumes and all other documents. Draw, deliver and file volumes/files/micro rolls. Provide feedback to requester if unobtainable. Search for unobtainable volumes, micro rolls and documents. Provide access to strong rooms. Collect, sign and return strongroom keys to security. Open and lock strongrooms/shutters. Report unauthorized access to supervisor/security.

APPLICATIONS : The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform has launched the Erecruitment web site were applicants apply for a post on line. Applications must be submitted by clicking on the link to apply for the post above https://drdlr.erecruit.co/candidateapp/Jobs/Browse.aspx

NOTE : Preference would be given to Indian, White Males, and African, Coloured, Indian and White Females and people with disabilities. However non designated group are also encouraged to apply.

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