Clerks, Admins , Receptionist And More Positions At Dept of Higher Education And Training

POST 17/49 : RECEPTIONIST (DHET) REF NO: 56/04/2017

Chief Directorate: Finance

SALARY : R152 862 per annum, Level 05

CENTRE : Pretoria, Head Office

REQUIREMENTS : A National Senior Certificate/Grade 12 or National Certificate (Vocational) (NC(V)) Level 4 certificate An appropriate diploma or equivalent qualification in a relevant field will be an added advantage coupled which at least 1-2 years’ receptionist, switchboard operator or call centre agent experience. Candidates that have 3 years or more frontline receptionist experience will have an added advantage. This receptionist position is the face of the National Skills Fund at head office and requires an individual that is welcoming, presentable, professional and friendly in appearance. The candidate must be fluent in English. Further skills requirements relates to excellent communication and interpersonal skills, administrative skills, time management skills, planning and organising skills. The incumbent must be client orientated, customer focused, responsive and proactive. Good computer skills and a valid driver’s license are requirements.

DUTIES : Greet and welcome visitors and staff daily at the reception area in a friendly manner; Answer telephone calls in an appropriate and professional manner; Direct calls to appropriate staff member or department; Take messages and relay them to appropriate staff members; Respond to enquiries and queries and refer complex enquiries and queries to relevant staff members; Monitor entry access into premises; Receive, attend to and direct visitors to the appropriate office/staff member they are visiting; Ensure visitors have signed in and issue them with a visitor’s slip; Ensure that relevant staff members are informed of visitors; Monitor and ensure reception area and meeting areas are kept neat and quite; Ensure that pamphlets, brochures and other relevant information is available for visitors; Assist with ad hoc office admin duties, sending faxes, photocopying and filing; Arrange parking for visitors; Provide first aid when required.

ENQUIRIES : Mr P Mtshali Tel no: (012) 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare Tel no: (012) 312 5442

NOTE : This position will be based at the National Skills Fund’s head office at Ndinaye Building, 178 Francis Baard Street, Pretoria, Gauteng. Shortlisted candidates may be required to draft reports, perform presentations and undergo competency assessments as part of the selection process.


Branch: Skills Development

Directorate: Strategic Management

SALARY : R152 862 per annum, Level 05

CENTRE : Pretoria, Head Office

REQUIREMENTS : Senior certificate/grade 12/NCV certificate level 4 or any accounting related diploma/degree will be an added advantage. 1 to 2 years experience in finance or administrative. Knowledge in administrative office procedures, filling and handling 32


of documents, Batho Pele Principles, PFMA, Treasury Regulations, SCM policies and procedures ,communication and computer literacy.

DUTIES : Compile monthly cash flow for the skills branch directorate and report to the necessary managers. Assist the branch in compiling their S&T claims and other claims. Assist in compiling the ENE, AENE and MTEF for the skills branch as a whole. Handling of procurement process for the entire skills branch. Handling the process of publication of notice in the gazette, filling and safe keeping of documents.

ENQUIRIES : Mr P Mtshali Tel no: (012) 312 5089 / Mr R Kgare Tel no: (012) 312 5442

APPPLICATIONS : please forward your application, quoting the reference number to: the director-general, department of higher education and training, private bag X174, Pretoria, 0001 or hand deliver to: 123 Francis Baard street (former Schoeman street) Pretoria.
CLOSING DATE : 12 May 2017
NOTE : Applications must be submitted on Z83 form obtainable from any public service department or on the internet at and must be accompanied by a recently updated comprehensive cv (with three contactable references and certified copies of all qualifications, identity document (id) not older than three months, including drivers licence (where it is required). It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African qualification authority (SAQA) and the evaluation certificate from SAQA must be attached. Failure to sign Z83 and submit the requested documents will result in your application not being considered.