MONITORING OFFICER (YOUTH DEVELOPMENT)

MONITORING OFFICER (YOUTH DEVELOPMENT), REF NO. DSD 2016-233

Tracking Number: DSD 2016-233
Job Title: Monitoring Officer (Youth Development), Ref no. DSD 2016-233
Department: Social Development
Salary level: 8
Closing Date: 27 June 2016
Reporting To: Mr L Arnolds @ (021) 483 6657
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Cape Town

Job Purpose:

The Western Cape Government is seeking to employ two individuals to provide administrative support to the programme. This individual must be co-operative, high tolerance level and reliable in order to successfully perform in this position This position is stationed in Cape Town.

Minimum Requirements:

• A relevant 3-year B-Degree as recognised by SAQA;
• A minimum of 3 year’s experience.

Recommendation: None.

Key Performance Areas:

• Assist with the implementation and quality assurance of the contents of relevant NPO File Plans of the relevant sub-directorate;
• Manage the engagement with NPO’s on all relevant issues pertaining to progress reports, source documents and logistically coordinate stakeholder meetings with NPO’s and Regions;
• Assist with the administrative process around the role-out of programmes within the community and partnership development environment;
• Provide high level administrative support to the Line Function Programme Manager namely:
• Evaluation of programme performance;
• Administrative support and collection and verification of NFD information;
• Reporting on findings;
• Assist the programme with the administrative processes of NPO contract management (TPA’s) and the compiling of TPA’s;
• Assist with the development of operational review of sud-directorate line function operations;
• To ensure horizontal and vertical alignment with programme offices and other relevant Departments and institutions such as Auditor-General, Internal Control, and Internal Audit units.

Competencies:

• Knowledge of the following:
o Funding, NFD processes applicable to community and partnership development;
o Contract Management;
o Constitutional, legal and institutional arrangements governing the South Africa public sector;
o Policy Development;
o Computer literacy;
• Good communication (verbal and written) skills in at least two of the official languages of the Western Cape Province.

Remuneration: R 262 272 per annum (Salary Level 8).

Note on remuneration:

Cost-to-employer (CTE) remuneration packages for certain occupation-specific dispensations (OSD), the middle-management service (MMS) and contract positions are inclusive of all costs related to service benefits or obligations including basic salary, 13th cheque, medical assistance, housing assistance, pension-fund contributions, etc.

MMS remuneration packages are flexible and may be individually structured as prescribed. Where remuneration is not indicated as CTE, employees’ service benefits or obligations are funded or co-funded in terms of the applicable prescripts or collective agreements.

Notes Note: Only applications submitted online will be accepted.

Shortlisted candidates will be required to submit copies of their documentation for verification purposes. These candidates will be required to attend interviews on a date and time as determined by the department and may also be required to undergo competency assessments/proficiency tests.

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SOCIAL  WORKER (MONITORING EVALUATION) CHILD PROTECTION

SOCIAL WORKER (MONITORING & EVALUATION) CHILD PROTECTION

TRACKING NUMBER: DSD 2016-250
JOB TITLE: Social Worker (Monitoring & Evaluation), Child Protection, Ref no. DSD 2016-250
DEPARTMENT: Social Development
SALARY LEVEL: OSD
REPORTING TO: Ms T Ngcongolo at (021) 483 5813
JOB TYPE: Permanent
LOCATION: Cape Town, Western Cape
CLOSING DATE: 27 June 2016

JOB PURPOSE:
The Western Cape Government is seeking to employ two qualified individuals to ensure that a Social Work Monitoring and Evaluation service is implemented in line with the pre-funding assessments done for organizations that will bring about change towards the rendering of services aimed at introducing problem solving human relationships and the empowerment and liberation of people to enhance social well-being.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
• A formal tertiary qualification in Social Work (Bachelor of Social Work);
• Compulsory registration with the South African Council for Social Service Professions as Social Worker.

EXPERIENCE:
Grade 1: None;
Grade 2: A minimum of 10 years appropriate experience in social work after registration as a Social Worker with the SACSSP;
Grade 3: A minimum of 20 years appropriate experience in social work after registration as a Social Worker with the SACSSP;
Grade 4: A minimum of 30 years appropriate experience in social work after registration as a Social Worker with the SACSSP.

Note: Proof of first registration as Social Worker with the SACSSP must be submitted with your online application.

RECOMMENDATION: None

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS:
• Develop and review social work monitoring and evaluation service plans for the pre-funding assessment of organisations aimed at rendering Child Protection programmes;
• Management of relevant databases for the respective programmes;
• Develop and review monitoring tools to ensure adequate assessment of the effectiveness of child protection programmes;
• Manage the reporting and dissemination process of all reports for the child protection programme;
• Coordinate the submission of corrective development plans by organisations and monitor the compliance with regards to these plans.

COMPETENCIES:
• Knowledge of the following: o Relevant legislation, policies and prescripts; o Monitoring and Evaluation processes;
• Excellent communication (verbal and written) skills in at least two of the languages of the Western Cape;
• Must be able to exchange information in a clear and concise manner with clients and supervisors including report writing;
• Self-management and motivation; • Good planning and organising skills.

REMUNERATION:
Grade 1: R 211 263 – R 244 908 per annum;
Grade 2: R 259 818 – R 301 191 per annum;
Grade 3: R 318 102 – R 368 766 per annum;
Grade 4: R 391 224 – R 481 155 per annum;

Note on remuneration:
Cost-to-employer (CTE) remuneration packages for certain occupation-specific dispensations (OSD), the middle-management service (MMS) and contract positions are inclusive of all costs related to service benefits or obligations including basic salary, 13th cheque, medical assistance, housing assistance, pension-fund contributions, etc.

MMS remuneration packages are flexible and may be individually structured as prescribed.

Where remuneration is not indicated as CTE, employees’ service benefits or obligations are funded or co-funded in terms of the applicable prescripts or collective agreements.

NOTES: Note: Proof of first registration as Social Worker with the SACSSP must be submitted with your online application.

Only applications submitted online will be accepted. If you do not get a reply within 3 months after the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful. Shortlisted candidates will be required to submit copies of their documentation for verification purposes.

These candidates will be required to attend interviews on a date and time as determined by the department and may also be required to undergo competency assessments/proficiency tests.

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Government Jobs

STEP-by-STEP GUIDE ON: HOW TO APPLY FOR A GOVERNMENT JOB

Please note: From 1 May 2012 some job adverts have the option to “Apply Online”. For these vacancies, only online applications will be accepted.

GOVERNMENT JOBS




Online Applications

You can now apply for Western Cape Government jobs online! Look for the blue “Apply Online” block at the top of the job adverts.

Not all jobs will have the online application option. For the moment you can only fill in online applications for jobs advertised by the Western Cape Government’s Corporate Service Centre (CSC).

Registration is Compulsory

By registering, you will be able to save your profile, update it at any time and apply for online jobs.




Registering for Online Applications
Step 1:

When you’ve found a post you’d like to apply for, simply click on the blue block containing the words “Apply Online”. This will take you to a page with the full details of the post.

Step 2:

Scroll down to the bottom of the page where you will notice a further two buttons:

1. “Register” and

2. “Login”

Step 3: Click the “Register” button.

Complete all the required fields. During registration, under the section “Contact Details”, you will need to provide your e-mail address which in future will serve as your “Username”. You will also be required to provide a password for use during “Login”.

A further requirement is for you to upload a CV in either .doc or .pdf formats. Make sure that your CV is maximum five pages long.




How to Apply Online

Step 1: Log in to your account using your e-mail address and password.

Step 2: Carefully read through the online application and complete the questions required by the application.

Step 3: After completing the questionnaire, click on the “Apply” button.

Step 4: You will receive an e-mail confirming that your application has been received.

Step 5: Kindly contact the helpdesk on 0861 227 337 if you have not received confirmation of your application within one hour.




Additional Information

All information will be treated confidentially and will be assessed to find the suitable person.
The Western Cape Government encourages all disabled candidates to apply.
The registration form must be completed in full prior to uploading your CV.
If you are not a South African citizen, then you need to add your passport number. All personal details must correspond with the details in your ID or passport.
Not all applicants will be contacted. You will only be contacted for an interview if you are shortlisted after the selection process.
Shortlisted applicants may be required to provide proof of qualifications or other supporting documents at the interview.
If you have not been contacted within three months of the closing date, please consider your application as unsuccessful.

Postal or Hand-delivered Applications

Step 1: Obtain a Z83 FORM. This form is available at any Western Cape Government office, or you can download the Z83 form here.

Note:National and Provincial Parliament and municipalities use different application forms.

Step 2: Carefully read through the whole form. This form is used to identify suitable candidates for interviews.

Step 3: Fill in the Z83 form completely. You need to complete the form accurately and legibly by filling in Section A to Section G.

Step 4: Complete the Declaration Section. Read through and sign the form; your application will not be considered if you have not dated and signed the form.

Step 5: After completing the form, remember to attach your current CV (five pages maximum) together with certified copies of your ID, academic qualifications and proof of other requirements as indicated in the advertisement.

Step 6: Post or hand deliver your completed Z83 form and all the required documents to the address listed in the advertisement.




Additional Information

All information will be treated confidentially and will be assessed to find the suitable person.
The Western Cape Government encourages all disabled candidates to apply.
If you are not a South African citizen, then you need to add your passport number. All personal details must correspond with the details in your ID or passport.
Any job applications sent by fax or e-mail will not be accepted. All job applications, including Z83 forms, CVs and certified documents, must be posted or delivered by hand to the address listed in each advertisement.
Not all applicants will be contacted. You will only be contacted for an interview if you are shortlisted after the selection process.
If you have not been contacted within three months of the closing date, please consider your application as unsuccessful.

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