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General Assistant – Roads and Stormwater – RSWD0695G

Reference Number:RSWD0695G

Position:General Assistant

 

Department:  Roads and Stormwater

Division:Maintenance

Salary:R87 372 – R103 140 per annum (plus benefits)

 

Minimum Requirements:

Basic literacy and communicating ability

 

Core Responsibilities:

Installation of kerbs

Lay and construct storm water systems

Building of manholes and associated storm water structures

Offload clean and store equipment and tools

Applications must be submitted to the following Human Resource Office:

 

August Simmer Building, Ground Floor, 88 President Street, Germiston

PO Box 145, Germiston, 1400

Enquiries: 011 999 1602/1603/1815

No faxed and e-mailed applications will be accepted. Please quote reference number on application.

 

Applications will not be considered if the necessary copies of the required qualifications, identity documents, driver’s license (if applicable) and current professional registration (if applicable), are not attached to the application / CV. Candidates may be requested to submit proof of the NQF level applicable to the qualifications they have obtained.

 

Should candidates not be informed of the outcome of the application within six weeks of the closing date, it should be regarded as having been unsuccessful. The Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality subscribes to the principles of the Employment Equity Act.

 

Closing date:2016/08/29

 

CLEANER GRADE 8: ANALYTICAL SERVICES REF NO: 120816/23

web-cleanersCLEANER: ANALYTICAL SERVICES REF NO: 120816/23

Planning and Information

SALARY R84 096 per annum, Level 02

CENTRE Pretoria, Roodeplaat Dam

REQUIREMENTS GRADE 8 with two (2) years relevant laboratory experience. Good communication

skills, Experience and knowledge of general laboratory cleaning tasks Knowledge

of Occupational Health and Safety Act and safety principles/practices

DUTIES Clean laboratories. Clean laboratory equipment. Clean glass and plastic ware at

Nutrients and Inorganic laboratories according to procedures. Sterilise waste.

Remove waste. Complete accreditation forms

ENQUIRIES Mr B Zulu, tel, (012) 808 9500

 

DRIVER/OPERATOR 2 POSTS REF NO: 120816/22

DRIVER/OPERATOR 2 POSTS REF NO: 120816/22

National Water Resources Infrastructure Branch Directorate: Southern Operations

SALARY R119 154 per annum, Level 04

CENTRE Uitkeer

REQUIREMENTS

 

Applicants must be in possession of a Grade 10 certificate plus a valid Code C

driver’s License (certif

ied copy attached) and one (1) to three (3) years experience.

Knowledge in Driving services. Knowledge in operating services.

Knowledge of

organizational policies and procedures. Knowledge of process flow.

 

DUTIES The operation of extra heavy motor vehicles. Implement best practices of driver.

Analyse logistics operations and conduct quality assurance of driver operator

systems. The delivery and collection of passengers. The routine maintenance of

vehicles and the routine inspection for visible defects around the exterior of the

vehicles. The general maintenance of the extra motor vehicles. The maintenance

of the vehicles logbook. The recording of fuel and fluids levels. The recording of

operations of the vehicles and the periodic checks on vehicles maintenance

standards. The storage of the extra heavy vehicles.

 

The operation of extra heavy motor vehicles. Implement best practices of driver.

Analyse logistics operations and conduct quality assurance of driver operator

systems. The delivery and collection of passengers. The routine maintenance of

vehicles and the routine inspection for visible defects around the exterior of the

vehicles. The general maintenance of the extra motor vehicles. The maintenance

of the vehicles logbook. The recording of fuel and fluids levels. The recording of

operations of the vehicles and the periodic checks on vehicles maintenance

standards. The storage of the extra heavy vehicles.

 

ENQUIRIES Mr. H Eksteen, Tel 083 590 2941

 

SENIOR WATER CONTROL OFFICER REF NO: 120816/17

SENIOR WATER CONTROL OFFICER REF NO: 120816/17

National Water Resources Infrastructure Branch Directorate: Southern Operations

 

SALARY  R171 069 per annum, Level 06

 

CENTRE Olifants River (ClanWilliam Dam)

 

REQUIREMENTS GRADE 12 Certificate. Mathematical literacy will be an added advantage. Internal

water control courses will be an added advantage. One (1) to three (3) years

experience in water control related functions. A valid code EB code 08 (certified

copy attached) driver’s license (unendorsed). Good communication and

interpersonal skills and an ability to solve practical problems. The following will

serve as recommendations: Knowledge in controlling and managing the water

distribution for all Government Waterworks within the Area Office’s jurisdiction.

Policy implementation. Monitoring and evaluation principles. Knowledge in

managing human resources. Disciplinary knowledge in Occupational Health and

Safety Disciplinary knowledge in Public administration. Knowledge in supporting

water utilisation and water resource strategy. Knowledge of flood controlling and

understanding of Government legislation. Willingness: To work overtime and

abnormal hours, travel alone in remote areas and frequently stay away from home,

work in adverse conditions and confined spaces. The incumbent should also be physically fit to work on heights (ladders, high dam walls, etc.)

 

 

DUTIES To monitor and control water distribution to water users. Control and monitor the

release and distribution of water. Compile the feeder charts from applications

received from water users.

Keep records of water balances and meter readings for

billing purposes. Collect and keep records of hydrological data. Apply health and

safety regulations to the component. Inspect and report on maintenance of the

infrastructure.

 

ENQUIRIES Mr. B van Zyl,

tel 082 807 3541

General Worker – SRAC – SRAC1598E

Reference Number:SRAC1598E
Position:General Worker (Level II)

Department:  Sports, Recreation, Arts & Culture
Division:Sport and Recreation
Salary:R 85 320 – R 93 816 per annum (plus benefits)

Minimum Requirements:

  • Grade 10
  • Must be able to read and write
  • Relevant experience

Core Responsibilities:

  • Execute general maintenance duties at facilities including surrounding and adjacent areas
  • Strip, wash and polish all floor areas
  • Vacuum carpets, covered areas and allocated municipal vehicles
  • Handle and prepare refuse for removal
  • Assist caretaker with general maintenance duties
  • Clean and prepare facilities and equipment for functions
  • Remove and store equipment after functions
  • Adhere to safety requirements as prescribed by the Safety Act

Applications must be submitted to the following Human Resource Office:

  • Brakpan Civic Centre, Cnr. Elliot & Escombe Streets, Brakpan
  • Postal Address: PO Box 15, Brakpan 1540
  • Enquiries: 011 999-7785/7771/7840/7845/7743/8170/7789

No faxed and e-mailed applications will be accepted. Please quote reference number on application.

Gauteng IEC Updates

Johannesburg, 04 August 2016 – There was chaos at the IEC’s Auckland Park, Johannesburg centre on Thursday morning as presiding officers grew impatient at waiting for hours to have results verified.
The Gauteng IEC commissioner says it’s sad that several presiding officers in Johannesburg walked out while vote counting was still under way.
Presiding officers for wards of Johannesburg are angry at the wait at the Gauteng provincial counting centre.
JOHANNESBURG  – There was chaos at the IEC’s Auckland Park, Johannesburg centre on Thursday morning as presiding officers grew impatient at waiting for hours to have results verified.
Presiding officers staged a protest, saying they’re unhappy. They say they didn’t sign up to work such long hours.Some dropped results on the floor and many left without having results verified.

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Careers Education

Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance Policy

 Careers Education Information Advice and Guidance Policy

Hodgson Academy recognises that it has a statutory duty to provide impartial and objective Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) in Years 7 to 11. CEIAG at Hodgson is seen as an integral part of the holistic curriculum, which is available for every student.

CEIAG enables the students to make impartial, informed, balanced and appropriate decisions about many key areas of their future development, progression and career pathway. CEIAG is evident in the many strands covered in Personal Social and Health Education (PSHE) and, as such, is delivered predominantly through this curriculum entitlement. CEIAG is also delivered through our curriculum subjects and in progress tutor time to meet the needs of our learners at Hodgson Academy. It is the belief of the academy that CEIAG be delivered in an objective and balanced manner by all staff so that each student receives exactly the same opportunities. CEIAG at Hodgson Academy is completely impartial and it enables students to explore potential pathways.

In addition to this, it is also the philosophy of the academy that any advice or guidance given to students will be personalised and appropriate. Hodgson Academy also believes that working with outside agencies is an invaluable part of the CEIAG curriculum on offer and historical tracking of student progressions beyond Hodgson Academy has proved this to be successful. It is worth mentioning here that Hodgson Academy does not favour one Further Education institution and thus gives all providers an equal opportunity to provide current information to the students.

Aims of CEIAG

  • To equip students with the necessary decision making skills about future progression and their destination when they leave Hodgson Academy.
  • To provide students with current information on courses at Key Stage 3, 4 and 5.
  • To give opportunity for maximum exploration of future careers including work experience opportunities where possible.
  • To decrease the possibility of students making incorrect transition choices.
  • To understand how the ‘world of work’ works.
  • To keep up-to-date with new careers emerging from technological advances.
  • To ensure students have a positive experience of IAG.
  • To ensure all Year 11 students have at least one post-16 pathway guaranteed when leaving Hodgson Academy.
  • To ensure students are tracked beyond Hodgson Academy and that they do not become NEET (not in education, employment or training).
  • To ensure students are well equipped for the next stage of their education, training or employment.
  • To ensure all PP/SEN students receive further impartial and independent guidance from an external Careers Advisor.

Helpful Contact Numbers and Websites

Fast Tomato (Interactive careers guidance and education for teenagers) www.fasttomato.com Lancashire Young People’s Service – www.lancashire.gov.uk/yps
UCAS (Manages applications to Higher Education Courses) – www.ucas.ac.uk
Lancashire Interactive (Careers information, advice and guidance) – www.lancashireinteractive.co.uk (Registration code: 46221)
National Careers Service – Tel: 0800 100 900 or www.nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk
Apprenticeships – www.apprenticeships.org.uk
QA Apprenticeships (Technology, digital and IT apprenticeships) – Tel: 0345 074 7825 or www.apprenticeships.qa.com
Jobs and volunteering website – www.16–19jobs.co.uk; www.direct.gov.uk
Blackpool Sixth Form – Tel: 01253 394911 or www.blackpoolsixth.ac.uk
Blackpool and The Fylde College – Tel: 01253 352352 or www.blackpool.ac.uk
Myerscough College – Tel: 01995 642211 or www.myerscough.ac.uk
Preston College – Tel: 01772 225000 or www.preston.ac.uk
Cardinal Newman College, Preston – Tel: 01772 460181 or www.cardinalnewman.ac.uk
Baines Sixth Form – Tel: 01253 883019 or www.baines.lancs.sch.uk
The Aprenticeship Guidewww.apprenticeshipguide.co.uk

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SANDTON SALES/MARKETING CALL CENTRE

OUTBOUND CALL

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IT GRADUATE INTERSHIP

Chances to apply for IT graduate internship program at dept of water and sanitation is now opened for those potential unemployed graduates. Not only one, there are some options for the graduate internship program you can choose to apply, which are system developer, business analyst, network support, IT customer relationship management, financial management, and desktop support technician. To have chance for each graduate internship program that is offered by dept of water and sanitation, you need to hold degree, national diploma, or NQF6 (or above) that fits the graduate internship. In instance, if you consider to apply a system developer graduate internship, then you better possess the earlier mentioned qualification in information technology.

IT Learnerships

Aside from what IT graduate internship program that you take, first thing’s first knowing these following are essentials; you must be a South Africa citizen that is unemployed and has no experience, you have completed your theoretical studies, your ages are between 17 and 35 years old, and you aren’t joined another graduate internship previously. Some documents like current curriculum vitae, academic record, and certified copy of SA ID are pivotal. Before sending your application, get yourself Z83 form for which is accessible at government office around you.

Make a note, not only your qualification that affects your succeed to win IT graduate internship that is schemed by dept of water and sanitation, but also the documents that are requested. Just in case everything is prepared, submit your application to, dept of water and sanitation/private bag x350/Pretoria-0001. You also can hand deliver the application at, continental building/corner Cnr Visagie and Bosman/street/Pretoria (attention: Ms C Mazibuko). The deadline of dept of water and sanitation graduate and internship program is on March 29th 2016. Bear in mind, the application should be sent at least none later than its closing date. In addition email and fax will lead unsuccessful application

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