October 22, 2022


REF NO: S.4/3/2/9

CENTRE : Head Office, Polokwane

REQUIREMENTS : An undergraduate qualification (NQF level 06) as recognized by South African
Qualifications Authority (SAQA) in a Built environment profession and /or
project management/ or social sciences. 03-05 years’ experience in Contractor
Development environment with a minimum of three (3) years at a junior / lower
management level. Valid driver’s license with the exception of applicants with
disabilities. Competencies: Strategic Capability and Leadership. People
Management and Empowerment. Programme and Project Management.
Financial Management. Change Management. Knowledge Management.
Service Delivery Innovation. Problem solving and Analysis. Client Orientation
and Customer focus. Communication. Knowledge of relevant Public Service
Acts, regulations and frameworks. Knowledge and understanding of policy
analysis, development and interpretation. Public Finance Management Act,
1999. Project Management. Construction Management. Structure and
functioning of SAQA, ETQA and CETA, Labour-intensive construction
methods. Programme Design and Management. Project and Programme
Management Skills. Communication and Facilitation Skills. Sound analytical
problem identification and solving skills. Language proficiency. Advanced
report writing. Research methodology. MS Office Package / Computer Skills.

DUTIES : Provide Contractor Assessments: Facilitate registering of qualifications with
the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) and remain valid for the
duration of the training. Manage, coordinate and implement training on the
Contractor and Artisan Development Programme. Develop and formulate
strategy on the efficient management and implementation of theoretical
training on Contract Development Programme. Identify areas within the
theoretical training component that need improvement. Assist potential public
or implementing bodies understanding training requirements and objectives.
Ensure that training is carried out in terms of SAQA, ETQA, CETA and EPWP
policies and regulations. Form strategic alliances with institutions for
development and support of the learners. Provide contractor database: Monitor
and ensure efficient contractor database. Draw up contracts for appointing
Training providers.

Draw up Contract for Mentorship services. Oversee
assessment interviews/ evaluation of CIDB grade 1 and 2 contractors for
inclusion on the database. Provide strategic alliances with institutions for
development and support of emerging contractors. Implement LDPWRI
Contract initiatives, focusing on capacitation and mentorship: Implement
mentorship or on-site practical training on Contractor and Artisan Development
Programme. Conduct progress assessment of Learner Development. Provide
effective administration, management and coordination of mentorship on the
Contractor Development programme. Develop and implement innovative
funding and quality assurance for on-site practical training provided to the
Learners. Identifying areas within the mentorship component of the
Programme that need improvement. Provide capacitation of potential public or
implementing bodies to ensure the understanding of mentorship requirements
and objectives. Provide Mentors that are appropriately registered as
Professional Construction with SACPCMP. Monitor and report training
activities on the implementation of Contractor Development: Provide
monitoring and development of monitoring tools for training on the Programme.
Compile feedback reports on training on the Contractor Development
Programme. Ensure improved Learner and Training Provider performance on
the programme. Ensure that Total Quality Management (TQM) of the
Contractor Development Programme covers in detail the activities pertaining
to theoretical training. Provide Social Facilitation: Provide and manage
relations between all stakeholders. Manage and facilitate all the projects and
programmes. Assist in identifying and recruitment of potential public or
implementing bodies that can implement the Contractor Development
Programme. Manage and utilize resources (human, financial & physical) in
accordance with relevant directives and legislation: Plan and organize
resource for future requirements (human, finance, equipment’s etc.). Prepare
the budget in line with strategic plans, operational plan and department’s
objectives. Implement the budget by monitoring, projecting & reporting
expenditure. Maximize spending in line with strategic objective, monitor

performance and task completions, Set targets, Monitor and report on the
utilization of equipment. Evaluate and monitor performance and appraisal of
employees. Provide staff capacity and development. Enhance and maintain
employee motivation and cultivate a culture of performance management.
Management discipline. Provide job description to subordinates. Manage
division leave matters.

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.

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.
Capricorn District: Private Bag X9378, Polokwane 0700 or hand deliver at 15
Landros Mare Street, next to Correctional Services. Mopani District: Private Bag X576, GIYANI 0826 or hand deliver at 570 Parliamentary Building, Giyani.
Sekhukhune District: Private Bag X02 Chuenespoort, 0745 or hand deliver
at Lebowakgomo Zone A, next to traffic department.
Vhembe District: Private Bag X2248, Sibasa, 0970 or hand deliver at Cnr.
Traffic and Raluswielo Street, Sibasa.
Waterberg District: Private Bag X1028 Modimolle, 0510 or hand deliver at
Cnr. Thabo Mbeki & Elias Motsoaledi Street.

Attention: For Head Office posts:
Director- HR Services; For District posts: District Director.

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