POST 19/60: CHIEF WORKS MANAGER (BUILDING): FACILITIES MANAGEMENT REF NO: 2021/136
SALARY: R376 596 per annum
CENTRE: Port Elizabeth Regional Office
REQUIREMENTS: A three-year tertiary qualification in Building, Quantity Surveyor or Civil engineering field or N3 certificate plus a complete trade test certificate with relevant experience in the built environment. Valid driver’s license. Willingness to travel and work irregular hours. Computer literacy, Applicable knowledge of the PFMA, OHSA, National Building Regulations, and Environmental Conservation Act, Project management skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Knowledge of Government procurement processes and systems. Good analytical skills.
DUTIES: Assist Control Works Manager with the management of building projects. Attend to day to day and planned maintenance requests from the clients. Inspect leased buildings, optimum use of electrical equipment and installations. Ensure building work and drawings comply with the OHS Act. Inspect and certify municipal accounts on electricity consumption. Compile scope of works and prepare estimates as well as technical reports. Certify and verify invoices. Prepare and compile submissions and progress reports on a monthly basis.
ENQUIRIES: Mr. M. Ntshona Tel No: (041) 408 2307
CLOSING DATE: 11 June 2021 at 16H00
NOTE: The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. Kindly take note that with effect from 01 January 2021, DPSA approved the New Z83 form, you are all requested to use it, and failure to use the new application form your application will be disqualified, obtainable from any Public Service Department and must be accompanied by a comprehensive CV, originally certified copies of qualifications (matric certificate, certificates of qualifications), a valid Driver’s License (where required) and Identification Document (certified within 6 months). Applications not complying with the above will be disqualified. It is the responsibility of all applicants to ensure that foreign and other qualifications are evaluated by SAQA. Recognition of prior learning will only be considered on submission of proof by candidates. Kindly note that appointments will be subject to verification of qualifications and security clearance. Faxed, e-mailed or late applications will NOT be accepted. Should you not have heard from us within the next months, please regard your application as unsuccessful. Shortlisted candidates must be willing to undergo normal vetting and verification processes. Entry-level requirements for SMS posts: In terms of the Directive on Compulsory Capacity Development, Mandatory Training Days & Minimum Entry Requirements for SMS that was introduced on 1 April 2015; a requirement for appointment into SMS posts from 1 April 2020 is the successful completion of the Senior Management Pre-Entry Programme as endorsed by the National School of Government (NSG). The course is available at the NSG under the name Certificate for entry into SMS and the full details can be obtained by following the below link:https://www.thensg.gov.za/training-course/sms-preentryprogramme/.All shortlisted candidates for SMS positions will be subjected to a compulsory technical or competency-based test that forms part of the interview process. Following the technical exercise and the interview the selection panel will identify candidates to undergo the generic management competency assessments and successful candidates to sign a performance agreement and be subjected to security clearance.