- Full Time
- Northern Cape
- 1 162 200 R / Year
POST 24/02 : DIRECTOR: NARYSEC REF NO: 3/2/1/2023/471
Directorate: National Rural Youth Service Corps (NARYSEC)
Re-advertisement, applicants who applied previously are encouraged to reapply.
SALARY : R1 162 200 per annum (Level 13), (all-inclusive remuneration package). The
package includes a basic salary (70% of package), and a flexible portion that
may be structured in accordance with the rules for the Senior Management
CENTRE : Northern Cape (Kimberley)
REQUIREMENTS : Applicants must be in a possession of Nyukela (Pre-entry Certificate to the
SMS) and a Grade 12 Certificate and a Bachelor’s Degree or Advanced
Diploma in Education / Training / Skills Development / Human Resource
Development / Development Studies / Public Relations (NQF Level 7).
Minimum of 5 years’ experience at a middle / senior managerial level in
education / skills development / training / human resource development /
development studies / public relations. Job related knowledge: Knowledge of
both theoretical and practical aspects of education and skills development.
Knowledge of youth development issues. Knowledge of employment and
business development issues. Knowledge of both theoretical and practical
aspects of public relations. Job related skills: Public relations skills.
Stakeholder management skills. Project management skills. Critical thinking
and problem-solving skills. Planning and organising skills. Decision-making
skills. Communications skills (verbal and written). Influencing and leading skills.
Delegation skills. Teamwork skills. Negotiation skills. Conflict management
skills. A valid driver’s licence.
DUTIES : Facilitate the skills development of the NARYSEC youth at provincial level.
Identify appropriate skills development interventions for youth, aligned to the
confirmed exit opportunities. Develop a provincial skills development plan.
Prepare training approval submissions and obtain approval for the planned
skills development interventions. Ensure the services of accredited training
providers are procured. Implement skills development interventions. Manage
the payment of additional allowances to the youth. Monitor the implementation
of skills development interventions. Ensure the quality assurance of training
provider invoices and payments thereof. Ensure the certification of the youth
on completion of their training. Ensure skills development reporting. Provide
NARYSEC management and administration services. Manage NARYSEC
policies, procedures and practices. Provide financial services to the NARYSEC
sub-programme at provincial level. Provide NARYSEC supply chain services
at provincial level. Provide information services to NARYSEC youth at
provincial level. Ensure monthly and quarterly reporting. Establish and maintain
stakeholder relationships, with public and private partners, for the
implementation of the NARYSEC sub-programme at a provincial level. Identify
possible stakeholders, for example district and local municipalities, traditional
councils, Provincial Department of Agriculture, other provincial government
departments, national government departments, government agencies and the
private sector. Secure involvement of appropriate stakeholders in the
implementation of the NARYSEC sub-programme at a provincial level. Manage
stakeholder relations and report on the nature and impact of these
partnerships. Develop and maintain a database of stakeholders. Recruit
unemployed rural youth into the NARYSEC sub-programme at provincial level.
Ensure involvement of relevant stakeholders for the planning and
implementation of the recruitment. Develop provincial recruitment plans.
Develop province, district and exit opportunities specific advertisements for
recruitment and ensure that the advertisements are placed on appropriate
media platforms that are accessed by unemployed rural youth. Ensure the
qualifying youth are recruited, contracted and registered on PERSAL. Ensure
the registration of the recruited youth onto the NARYSEC Information
Management Systems (NIMS). Ensure that monthly stipends are paid to all
youth. Secure exit opportunities (employment and business opportunities) for
the youth and link these youth to the confirmed exit opportunities. Research
appropriate exit opportunities for the youth, based on national, provincial and
district priorities and skills and occupations in demand in agriculture and other
priority sectors. Engage stakeholders to secure appropriate exit opportunities
for the youth. Develop and sign partnership agreements with stakeholders for
confirmed exit opportunities. Manage and report on the partnership
agreements with stakeholders. Ensure and manage transitioning of youth into
confirmed exit opportunities. Develop and maintain a database of youth linked
to employment and business opportunities. Report on youth linked to
employment and business opportunities.
ENQUIRIES : Ms A van Vuuren Tel No: (043) 701 8127 or Ms A Kili Tel No: (043) 7018136
APPLICATIONS : Applications can be submitted by post to: Private Bag X5007, Kimberly, 8302
or hand delivered during office hours to: 6th floor, New public building, Knight
and Stead Street, Kimberly, 8302.
To apply for this job please visit www.dpsa.gov.za.