Manager: Committees

Position: Manager: Committees
Total Remuneration Package: R 1 057 420 p.a.
Ref: NCPL/MC/04/2017

Requirements:
Candidates should hold a Bachelor’s Degree or an equivalent qualification on NQF Level 7. A minimum of 5 years relevant post qualification experience of which 3 years is on a management level.

Competencies:
Knowledge of parliamentary/legislative concepts, function, procedures and practices; Computer Literacy; Research Analysis; Organisational Skills; Administrative Skills; Business and Report Writing Skills; Policy Development Skills; Time Management; Project Management; Interpersonal Skills; People Management Skills; Communication Skills; Reasoning Ability; Ethical Conduct; Conflict Resolution Skills; Coaching and Mentoring Skills.

Duties will include amongst others:
Conducts annual departmental strategic planning and quarterly strategic reviews. Keeps track of passage legislation up to enactment. Manages the actual oversight visits. Ensures integration of NCOP matters in Committee work. Leads and manages all operational planning processes of the department to meet set requirement. Monitors documentations of Committees, such as agendas, minutes and reports, to ensure adherence to Rules and Policies of the House. Manages effective training and development of staff in line with the skills needs and resources of the department. Oversees the compilation of all departmental and committee reports.Effectively lead and manage the performance management of employees in the department.Provides necessary inputs in the recruitment and selection processes, pertaining to posts / vacancies in the department. Liaises with counterparts in Legislatures, in other provinces, for benchmarking and other research and operational purposes.

For further information and enquiries, please contact NH Borchard on 053 839 8033.

Important note: In filling these positions, we will be guided by the need to meet our Employment Equity Targets. The NCPL encourages People who are Differently Abled to apply. Applicants will be subjected to assessment centres. Appointment will be subjected to a compulsory pre-employment screening in the form of qualifications, references, security clearance, vetting and criminal checks. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA) prior to the selection process.

CLOSING DATE: 12 MAY 2017
If you have not received any response within three months (3) of the closing date, please consider your application as unsuccessful. Regret correspondence will only be with the interviewed candidates.

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