GOVERNMENT PRINTING WORKS

The Government Printing Works is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. It is intended to
promote representivity through the filling of these posts. The candidature of persons whose
appointment/transfer/promotion will promote representivity will receive preference.
APPLICATIONS : All applications must be forwarded to: The Branch: Human Resources,
Government Printing Works, 149 Bosman Street, Pretoria or Private Bag X85,
Pretoria, 0001
FOR ATTENTION : Ms N Kana or Ms D Kgosana, Human Resources, Tel No: 012 748 6279 / 012
748 6277
CLOSING DATE : 28 December 2021 at (12:00 noon)
NOTE : Applications must be submitted on the prescribed form Z83 (NB. The new
application for employment form can be downloaded at www.dpsa.gov.zavacancies, the old prescribed application for employment form Z83 was
withdrawn with effect from 31 December 2020) and must be completed in full
with page 2 duly signed, and clear indication of the reference number on the Z

  1. A recent comprehensive CV specifying all qualifications and experience
    with respective dates, Copies of qualifications, ID and a valid driver’s license
    (where required), must be attached. Such copies need not to be certified when
    applying for a post. Only shortlisted candidates will be required to submit
    certified documents on or before the day of the interview. It is the responsibility
    of applicants in possession of foreign qualifications to submit evaluated results
    by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). It is the responsibility of
    applicants in possession of foreign qualifications to submit evaluated results by
    the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA), The Government Printing
    Works reserves the right to fill or not fill its advertised posts. General
    information: Shortlisted candidates must be available for interviews, which
    might be virtual at a date and time determined by the Government Printing
    Works. Shortlisted candidates for SMS posts will be subjected to a technical
    exercise that intends to test relevant technical elements of the jobs; the logistics
    of which will be communicated by the Government Printing Works, Following
    the interview and the technical exercise, the Selection panel will recommend
    candidates to attend a generic management competency assessment (in
    compliance with the DPSA Directive on the Implementation of Competencybased assessments), The competency assessment will be testing generic
    managerial competencies, using the mandated DPSA SMS competency
    assessment tools, Personnel suitability checks will also be administered as a
    part of the selection process. One of the minimum entry requirements for SMS
    is the pre-entry certificate. For more details on the pre-entry course visit:
    https://www.thensg.gov.za/training-course/sms-pre-entry-programme.
    Successful candidates will be required to enter in an employment contract and
    performance agreement (as relevant), and must obtain a positive security
    clearance. Applications received after the closing date as well as those who do
    not comply with the requirements will not be taken into consideration, If you
    have not received a response from this institution within three months of the
    closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful.
    MANAGEMENT ECHELON
    POST 44/27 : DIRECTOR: EXECUTIVE SUPPORT SERVICES REF NO: GPW21/52
    SALARY : R1 057 236 per annum (Level 13), (all – inclusive remuneration package)
    CENTRE : Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS : National Senior Certificate, Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent (NQF level 7 as
    recognized by SAQA) in Public Administration/ Business Administration. 5
    years’ experience at middle / senior management in an executive support
    environment. SMS pre-entry certificate as offered by the National School of
    Government (NSG). Knowledge: Strategic Capability and Leadership. People
    Management and Empowerment. Programme and Project Management.
    Financial Management. Change Management. A Valid Driver’s License.
    DUTIES : Undertake policy or line function tasks: Execute research, analyse information
    and compile complex documents for the Chief Executive Officer; source
    information and compile comprehensive documents for the Chief Executive
    Officer with regard to issues emanating from meetings, etc. Compile
    memoranda as required; and scrutinize submissions/reports, make notes and
    recommendations to present to the Chief Executive Officer. Draft responses for
    submission to internal and external stakeholders. Co- ordinate, follow up and
    compile reports of a transverse nature for the Chief Executive Officer and
    advise/sensitize the Chief Executive Officer on reports to be submitted. Compile
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    presentations and speeches for the Chief Executive Officer. Coordinate
    external strategic alliance between the office of the Chief Executive Officer and
    other stakeholders: Liaise with stakeholders to ensure integration of
    programmes. Scrutinize documents to determine
    actions/information/documents required. Collect and compile information for
    the Chief Executive Officer with regard to issues that need to be discussed.
    Record minutes/resolutions and communicate/ disseminate to relevant role
    players, follow up on progress made, prepare briefing notes as well as other
    documentation. Compile agenda of meetings chaired by the Chief Executive
    Officer and ensure circulation of accompanying memoranda and; co- ordinate
    high level meetings including overseeing the logistics, transport arrangements
    and take charge of invitations and RSVP functions etc. Manage general support
    services in the office of the Chief Executive Officer: Set up and maintain
    systems in the Office of the Chief Executive Officer that will ensure efficiency in
    the office. Establish, implement and maintain effective processes/procedures
    for information and documents flow to and from the office. Ensure safekeeping
    of all documentation in the Office. Manage the engagements of the Chief
    Executive Officer. Manage the resources in the office of the Chief Executive
    Officer: Determine and collate information with regards to the budget needs of
    the Office. Keep record of expenditure commitments, monitor expenditure and
    alert the Chief Executive Officer with regard to possible over and under
    spending. Responsibility manager for the component and; identify the need to
    move funds between items and compile submissions for this purpose. Monitor
    and evaluate the performance of staff in the office. Manage the human resource
    aspects related to the staff in the Office of the Chief Executive Officer. Oversee
    responses drafted by the Executive Assistant and other support personnel on
    enquiries received from internal and external stakeholders.
    ENQUIRIES : Mr. JJ Rossouw Tel No: (012) 748 6265
    POST 44/28 : DIRECTOR: HUMAN RESOURCE POLICY AND PLANNING REF NO:
    GPW21/53
    SALARY : R1 057 236 per annum (Level 13), (all – inclusive remuneration package)
    CENTRE : Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS : National Senior Certificate, Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent (NQF level 7 as
    recognized by SAQA) in Human Resources. 5 years’ experience at middle /
    senior management in a Human Resource environment. SMS pre-entry
    certificate as offered by the National School of Government (NSG). In-depth
    knowledge and experience across the HR spectrum, specifically with regard to
    Recruitment and Selection, Service Conditions, Compensation Management,
    Organisational Development and Employment Equity. Computer literacy.
    Knowledge of HR budgeting, PFMA and all legislations governing HR Practices.
    A Valid Driver’s License. Competencies: Strategic capability and leadership.
    Service delivery innovation. Client orientation and customer focus. People
    management and empowerment. Programme and project management.
    Knowledge and information management. Problem-solving and analysis.
    Business report writing. Attributes: Assertiveness. Ability to work independently
    and as part of a team. Compliance. Diplomacy. Ability to work under pressure.
    Decisiveness. Adaptability. Confident. Accuracy. Compliant. Self-starter.
    Trustworthiness.
    DUTIES : Provide strategic direction, leadership and management to the Unit. Manage,
    train and guide subordinates within the Unit. Oversee development,
    implementation and monitoring of HR policy guidelines, processes and
    procedures. The coordination of human resources information and knowledge
    management. The monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of human
    resources strategies. Manage recruitment and selection, organisational
    structure, job profiles, job evaluation and staff budget. Responsible for HR
    administration processes. The development and management of attraction,
    retention and exit programmes. Facilitate the development, implementation and
    monitoring of employment equity.
    ENQUIRIES : Ms. MM Modise Tel: (012) 748 6239
    OTHER POST
    POST 44/29 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: OFFICE OF THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER REF
    NO: GPW21/54
    SALARY : R744 255 per annum (Level 11), (An all-inclusive remuneration package)
    CENTRE : Pretoria
    REQUIREMENTS : National Senior Certificate, a three-year Bachelor’s degree or a three-year
    National Diploma in Office Administration or related qualification (NQF 7) as
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    recognized by SAQA with 3 to 5 years’ experience in a related field. A valid
    driver’s license. The successful candidate is expected to travel as and when
    required. Generic Competencies: Planning and organizing. Coordination.
    Problem solving & decision making. Project management. Client orientation
    and customer focus. Diversity management. Communication (verbal and
    written). Technical Competencies: Office management and administration.
    Secretariat/ receptionist norms. Government systems and procedures.
    Microsoft office.
    DUTIES : The successful candidate will perform the following duties: Manage the
    electronic diary of the Chief Executive Officer including the scheduling of
    meetings (daily, weekly, monthly quarterly and annually). Co-ordinate all the
    correspondence in the Office of the Chief Executive Officer and liaise with the
    relevant stakeholder and act as the point of contact between the Chief
    Executive Officer, Office of the Minister, Spheres of Government, the
    department and external clients. Manage and provide the logistical services for
    the Chief Executive Officer. Provide secretarial and administrative
    tasks/support services to the Chief Executive Officer and undertake any other
    duties as may be reasonable allocated using project management principles to
    undertake such tasks in the Office of the Chief Executive Officer. Develop,
    manage and maintain the document management system to ensure the proper
    flow and management of key documents for the Chief Executive Officer.
    ENQUIRIES : Mr. JJ Rossouw Tel No: (012) 748 6265

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