October 22, 2022


CENTRE : Head Office – Polokwane

REQUIREMENTS : An undergraduate qualification NQF 6 as recognized by SAQA in Property
Management, Property Law, Real Estate, and Property Valuation, Quantity
Surveying, Town and Regional Planning; GIS. 3-5 years’ experience in
property and asset management a minimum of three years at Property
Management environment. Valid driver’s license, with the exception of
applicants with disabilities. Competencies: Knowledge of relevant Public
Service Acts, regulations and frameworks. Knowledge and understanding of
policy analysis, development and interpretation. Knowledge on financial
systems BAS, Persal and P.F.M.A. Treasury Regulations. PFMA. DORA.
Problem solving and analysis. Decision-making. Team leadership. Creativity.
Communication (verbal and writing).Computer skills. People management.
Planning and organising. Conflict management.

DUTIES : Provide user asset management planning. Determine immovable asset
requirements. Manage the verification of existing immovable asset. Determine
functional performance of the asset. Manage and conduct gap analysis.
Determine new asset requirements. Determine repairs, refurbishment or
reconfiguration requirements. Determine surplus asset to surrender. Provide
custodian asset management planning. Compile asset portfolio profile.
Compile asset performance report. Compile asset lifecycle management plan.
Provide portfolio analysis of provincial asset. Develop works plan. Provide
Asset portfolio management. Conduct needs analysis with regard to
immovable assets. Manage the monitoring of operational and functional
performance of immovable assets. Analysis of existing portfolio in terms of new
user requirements. Analysing options to satisfy user requirements for
accommodation and demand management.

Ensure that the most cost- effective and efficient option is exercised in order to meet the demand. The compilation of priority list of immovable assets needs. Provide key account
management. Study services delivery objectives and assisting users with
identifying immovable asset solutions. Assisting the Users with immovable
assets information when user is preparing the U-AMP. Analysing user
requirements as stated in the U-AMP. Compilation of a priority list for users’
immovable assets needs. Costing of users’ immovable assets needs.
Coordinate the interaction of users and custodians. Provide life cycle planning.
Feasibility studies and architectural planning of all accommodation. Preparing
lifecycle plans of each function specific immovable assets. Compiling budgets
over MTEF for all costs related to immovable assets. Aligning project cost and
lifecycle cost. Compiling operation and maintenance plans. Updating lifecycle
planning in terms of actual lifecycle activities scheduling of acquisitions,
deferred maintenance, refurbishments and disposals in terms of portfolio
priorities. Predicting the impact of portfolio due to over/under expenditure and
asset condition.

APPLICATIONS : Applications Address: Department of Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure:
Head Office: Private Bag X9490 Polokwane 0700 or hand delivered at Works
Tower Building, No. 43 Church Street, Polokwane, 0699.

ENQUIRIES : Ms. Magdeline Mokonyane, Ms. Ledwaba RE, Ms. Phillipine Hanyane, Billy
Seleka, Malose Moabelo, Matome Malemela, Mathume Mabilo, Mathebula
Wineth at Tel No: 015 284 7353 /7570/7586/7663/7606/7607/7627/7578

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