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Department of Home Affairs South Africa Jobs Opening 2021 Summary
|Name of Recruiter||Department of Home Affairs|
|Name of Job Position||Deputy Director|
|Jobs Type||Fresher Jobs in South Africa|
|Application Deadline||Not Applicable|
|Salary||R869 007 – R1 023 645 Yearly.|
Qualification and experience:-
- A 3 year tertiary qualification in Social Sciences, Public Management and Administration or an NQF level 6 as recognized by SAQA is required • 3 years’ experience in a supervisory/ management position and experience in a similar field is required • Knowledge of the South African Constitution • Knowledge of the Public Service Act and its Regulations • Knowledge of the Immigration Act, Refugees Act and Public Finance Management Act • Understanding of departmental legislation as well as Human Resources legislation and prescripts • Service delivery innovation, client orientation and customer focus • Financial management, people management and empowerment • Honesty and integrity • Project management • Management, change management and communication • Knowledge management, decision making and presentation skills • Problem solving, business report writing, influencing and networking • Planning and organizing • Strong analytical skills • Computer literacy • Conflict management, negotiation skills • Policy development and analysis • A valid drivers’ license, willingness to travel extensively and working extended hours is essential.
- The successful candidate will be responsible for, amongst others, the following specific tasks:
• Manage effective operations within the Port of Entry to improve service delivery • Monitor and ensure the implementation of policies, processes and procedures in order to enhance service delivery at Port of Entry • Maintain statistics, identify trends and analyse data in order to assess the number of people entering the ports so that effect strategies can be developed • Monitor developments in the Port of Entry related area and outcomes from international conventions, legislation, technology changes and other developments and assess impact and make recommendation on strategic initiatives • Participate in local, Provincial and international conventions, workshops and meetings on ports of entry related issues • Develop quality assurance and data quality strategies and actions • Provide guidance and advice on the implementation of port of entry legislation, policies, international agreements and conventions •
Ensure the provision of effective port of entry services to all stakeholders • Ensure the implementation and monitor compliance with legislation and international agreements at all port of entry relating to operating hours and opening/closing of ports • Liaise with National Border Management Coordinating Centre, provide information and ensure that all ports of entry requirements are complied with • Liaise with all relevant stakeholders to promote successful prosecution of transgressors • Develop and implementation of policy and procedure, directives acts and regulations • Develop and review communications policies and code of practice for the directorate • Implement governance processes, frameworks and procedures • Ensure compliance with policies, procedures, and prescripts • Determine appropriate resources to achieve objectives • Monitor progress on execution of operational plans • Ensure compliance with all audit requirements, quality and risk management frameworks, standards and procedures • Monitor and ensure compliance with legislation, regulations and Departmental policies and procedures • Manage physical and human and resources • Monitor and report on the utilization of equipment • Ensure capacity and development of staff • Enhance and maintain employee motivation and cultivate a culture of performance management • • Evaluate and monitor performance and appraisal of employees • Ensure effective risk and compliance management • Coach and guide staff on compliance to all relevant regulatory, internal and external compliance requirements • Report on all risk and financial indicators including e.g. financial losses, overpayment, etc. according to required format • Keep up to date with compliance and regulatory requirements and liaise with all relevant stakeholders within and external to the organisation to ensure accurate implementation • Interpret and implement all organisational circulars, policy and other communications that impact on the operation of the Business Unit.