Dpsa Vacancies 2022 – CHIEF DIRECTOR: PHYSICAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

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REQUIREMENTS : A Degree in Built Environment (an undergraduate qualification (NQF level 7)
as recognized by SAQA or post graduate in Management as well as 5 to 8
years experience as a Senior Manager. Proven outstanding managerial and
service delivery competency. In depth knowledge and understanding of the
relevant policy frameworks including the Public Service Act and Regulations,
PFMA and Financial Regulations. Extensive and credible experience in the
application of systems, processes, procedures and best practices in the areas
of physical resources and facilities management. Proven communication and
interpersonal skills at all levels. Sound analytical and problem solving skills.
Planning, organising and project management skills. Excellent leadership and
managerial skills. Ability to develop logical frameworks and other models.
Ability to develop and adhere to work schedules and to work under pressure.
Developed computer literacy. Willingness to travel and work beyond normal
working hours. Valid driver’s license. Shortlisted candidates will be subjected
to a relevant technical exercise. Please note: With effect from 1 April 2020, an
individual may only qualify for appointment at SMS level provided that said
official has successfully completed a Public Service Senior Management
Leadership Programme and that he/she can produce the required Pre-entry
Certificate as issued by the National School of Governance (NSG) on her/his
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own cost. For further information related to the on-line course, interested
officials are advised to contact [email protected]
DUTIES : Manage the infrastructure portfolio of the Department. Ensure the
development, planning, implementation, monitoring, assessment and coordination of policy and systems for the rendering of physical resource- and
facilities management services in the Province. Manage the forming of
strategic partnerships with relevant stakeholders. Develop and manage
strategies, policies, systems, norms/standards and plans related to the
provision of physical resources and associated equipment. Manage the
delivery and maintenance of the entire infrastructure program for the
department. Manage the budget allocated for infrastructure construction and
procurement of goods & services. Facilitate the development, implementation,
monitoring and evaluation of physical resource programmes. The appointee
will be a member of the management echelon of the Department of Education,
and will be expected to contribute at that level. Promote a culture of efficiency
and quality. Empower staff within the component through coaching,
development and skills transfer. Ensure compliance, implementation and
maintenance of national and provincial policy frameworks in the responsible
areas of activity. Ensure mission effectiveness and operational efficiency
through effective and efficient resources management, including the human
resources, finance, equipment and systems of the component. Provide
strategic leadership and guidance.

To apply for this job please visit www.dpsa.gov.za.