DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS

CLOSING DATE : 20 December 2021
NOTE : Applications must be sent to the correct address specified at the bottom of each
position, on or before the closing date; submitted on the new Application for
Employment Form (Z.83), obtainable at www.gov.za accompanied by a
comprehensive CV, citing the start and end date (dd/mm/yr) of each
employment period to be considered, including the details of at least two
contactable employment references (as recent as possible); accompanied by
a copy of the Applicant’s ID, valid driver’s license and relevant highest
educational qualifications. Applicants who possess (a) foreign qualification(s),
must also submit the evaluated results of such qualifications, as received from
the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA); and limited to 2.5MB in size,
if emailed. Should an automated acknowledgement of receipt not be received
when an application is emailed, this could mean that the application did not
reach the Department due to the size of the attachments. Should this occur,
kindly resend the application in 2/3 parts, splitting the attachments accordingly.
Shortlisted Candidates will be subjected to an interview and technical test(s)
(which test Candidates’ demonstrated professional and technical competency
against the job requirements and duties). Candidates potentially considered
suitable after the interview and technical test(s), will be subjected to a
competency assessment (which tests the Candidates’ demonstrated
proficiency in the professional dimensions attached to the level of the post);
employment suitability checks (credit, criminal, citizenship, employment
references and qualification verifications); and will be required to complete the
online “Pre-entry Certificate to Senior Management Services” course. The
course is available at the National School of Government (NSG), under the
name “Certificate for entry into the SMS”. Full details can be obtained via the
following link: http://www.thensg.gov.za/training-course/sms-pre-entryprogramme/. Candidates wishing to be considered for appointment, are
encouraged to enrol for this course immediately. Appointed persons will be
required to enter into an employment contract; serve a prescribed probation
period; and successfully undergo an appropriate security clearance process
within a prescribed timeframe.
MANAGEMENT ECHELON
POST 43/13 : CHIEF DIRECTOR: PREVENTION AND ANALYSIS, REF NO: HRMC
49/21/01
(This is a re-advertisement, candidates who previously applied and are still
interested, would need to re-apply).
Branch: Counter Corruption and Security Services, Chief Directorate:
Prevention and Analysis.
SALARY : R1 251 183 – R1 495 956 per annum (An all-inclusive salary package) (Level
14), structured as follows: Basic salary – 70% of package; State contribution
to the Government Employee Pension Fund – 13% of basic salary. The
remaining flexible portion may be structured in terms of the applicable
remuneration rules.
CENTRE : Head Office, Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : An undergraduate qualification in Management at NQF level 7 as recognised
by SAQA. A relevant postgraduate qualification will be an added advantage. 5
years’ experience at a senior managerial level in a related field. Pre-entry
Certificate for Senior Management Services endorsed by National School of
Government. Knowledge of the Constitution of South Africa. Sound knowledge
and understanding of Strategic Intelligence Act, Protection of Information Act,
Criminal Procedure Act, Public Service Act and Minimum Information Security
Standard (MISS). Knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act. All
relevant Departmental, Human Resources frameworks and other Public
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Service Acts, Regulations and Prescripts. Strategic capability and leadership.
Honesty and integrity. Program and project management. Ability to decide and
initiate action. Communication, problem solving and analysis. Integrity
management. Diplomacy and computer lliteracy. A valid drivers’ licence,
willingness to travel extensively and work extended hours is essential.
DUTIES : The successful candidate will be responsible for, amongst others, the following
specific tasks: Oversee and facilitate the implementation of the strategy of the
Counter Corruption and Security Services in the Department. Participate in the
development of the strategy for the Department. Develop business plans in
order to meet the strategic objectives of the Departmental Strategic Plan.
Responsible for strategic guidance, decision making and expert advice in terms
Counter Corruption and Security Services. Ensure implementation of the
business plans within the Unit. Monitor and report to the DDG on the
performance of the Unit against the objectives of the Department’s Strategic
Plan and the agreed service delivery standards. Manage various strategic
projects and programmes identified to meet short, medium and long term
objectives of the Board. Ensure innovation and service delivery within the
Department. Ensure the identification and analysis of criminal trends, and
security risk in processes, systems, facilities or structures that contribute to
irregularities or unlawful conduct or bridges. Ensure the development of a
preventative strategy or measures in order to mitigate identified trends and
risks. Engage all relevant Business Units to ensure the effective planning,
coordination and implementation of prevention initiatives within the
Department. Ensure the successful investigation and analysis of all identified
criminal cases, employee relations cases and law enforcement cases. Ensure
the liaison with all relevant law enforcement agencies to enable the successful
prosecution of all cases. Report on findings on criminal trends
recommendations based on findings, the status of cases in progress and
outcomes of the finalised cases. Ensure the effective management of the
vetting process within the Department. Ensure the development and
management of criminal information database for utilisation of relevant
statistical management data. Create and build partnerships with various
internal and external (national and international) stakeholders in support of the
execution of the function. Ensure the implementation of integrity management
policies, procedures, standards, systems and practices. Ensure effective
human, physical and financial resource management within the Unit. Ensure
effective governance and compliance within the Unit regards to Kings Report
and other related legislations.
ENQUIRIES : Ms C Mocke, Tel No: 082 301 8580

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