DPSA Energy Department Circular 1 February 2024

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DPSA Energy Department Circular 1 February 2024

DPSA Energy Department Circular 1 February 2024 – DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY



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The Director-General, Department of Energy, Private Bag X96 Pretoria, 0001 or

hand delivered to Department of Energy Building, Corner Paul Kruger and Visagie

Street (192 Visagie Street)



Mr. D Mbhokota/ Mr. T Kekana



15 February 2024


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Applications must be on a fully completed Z83 forms, signed and dated

accompanied by a Comprehensive CV and certified copies of qualifications as well

as ID. References should include present and former supervisors as well as their

telephone, fax and e-mail addresses. Suitable candidates will be subjected to

Personnel Suitability Checks (criminal record, citizen, credit record checks,

qualification and employment verification). Confirmation of final appointment will

be subject to a positive security clearance. All non-SA citizens must attach a

certified proof of permanent residence in South Africa. Due to the large number of

responses anticipated, receipt of applications will not be acknowledged and

correspondence will be limited to short listed candidates only. Applicants are

advised not to send their applications through registered mail as the Department

will not take responsibility for non-collection of these applications. It is the

applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South

African Qualification Authority (SAQA) and proof must be attached thereof. It will

be expected of candidates to be available for selection interviews on a date, time

and place as determined by the Department. All applications must be sent to the

address provided above, and not to the specific region(s). The successful

candidates will be required to sign a performance agreement within three (3)

months of appointment. Should you not be contacted after 60 days of the closing

date, please consider your application unsuccessful. N.B email or fax applications

will not be accepted.


POST 04/08





R826 053 per annum (Level 12) (inclusive package)



Head Office



A BSc Hons Degree in Nuclear Sciences/Natural Science (major in physical

sciences and Chemistry) with minimum 3 years experience at junior management

level in the nuclear sector, specifically Nuclear liability management PLUS the

following key competenciesKnowledge of Nuclear policies and legislation,

Government processes, Knowledge of programme and project management

techniques, Knowledge of a management framework, including the development

of relevant performance indicators, Knowledge of the results based management

Comprehensive and up-to-date knowledge in nuclear liabilities infrastructure

elements and their role (functions, responsibilities, linkages, etc.). Knowledge of

procurement and budgeting/financial concepts and principles, Expertise in Nuclear

Liabilities Management Thinking Demand: Be able to draft and interpret highly

technical directives/policies and strategy documents, Sound judgment in applying

professional expertise to identify problems and contribute to their solution, Strong

ability to analyze information, including the ability to understand complex problems

and draw appropriate conclusions, Possesses and applies knowledge of the

Nuclear Liabilities Management programme, strategies, and approaches, and

keeps abreast of new developments in the area of profession. Commitment to the

DoE’s strategy and the ability to apply organizational policies and procedures

consistently, Ability to focus on results in programme/ project planning, monitoring

and implementation, to integrate new approaches and innovations, and to ensure

the effective and efficient use of regular and extra-budgetary funds,Skills:

Communication skills (verbal and written),Management and organizational

skills,Computer skills,Creativity and innovation,Interpersonal skills,Analytical

skills,Organizing and Co-ordination,Facilitation and Implementation,Well-

developed interpersonal relationships at all levels,Problem solving and

analysis,Strategic capability ,Policy development and implementation, Personal

Attributes: Able to work under pressure, Dedication and self-motivation, Must be

able to make decisions and prioritize,Abilities to build collaborative partnerships

with other relevant stakeholders in the same area.,Familiarity with and

understanding of the specific needs and conditions of relevant stakeholders and

proven ability in matters relating to strengthening human capacity development,

Ability to lead a team, providing clear direction, motivating staff, managing their

performance appropriately and fairly, and dealing with possible conflicts,

Recommendation: A valid code EB driver’s license.



Ensure the monitoring and evaluation of the decommissioning projects in order to

comply with the relevant policies and strategies d. Radio Waste Annual Plan of

Action submitted by Nuclear Operators for approval by DoE Minister, Ensure the

decommissioning of programme is in line with an appropriate nuclear liability

management framework,Administer International obligations pertaining to South

Africa acceding to an International Nuclear Liability Convention, and being a

Member State to the Joint Convention,Ensure that the South Africa ratifies the

Nuclear Liability Convention, and that impacted stakeholders (i.e. the nuclear

operators and the regulator) comply with the agreed obligation, Contribute to

drafting/maintaining the national policy and related strategies for nuclear liabilities

management Ensure/Conduct studies in order to manage the nuclear liabilities

management Identify areas of research and assess results thereof on nuclear

liabilities for possible implementation is South Africa, Manage the Sub-directorate.



Mr Thabiso Pie 012 406 7504

POST 04/09





R299 709 per annum (Level 08)






A Degree/National Diploma in Labour Relations/Labour Law with a minimum of 3

years administrative experience in Labour Relations environment PLUS the

following key competencies: Knowledge of Labour Relations Regulatory

Framework Policies, prescripts, regulations and PSCBC resolutions, dispute

resolution procedures, management of grievances and misconduct., Public

Service Regulations Policies, Departmental Policies and Procedures Thinking

Demand: Information Evaluation, Creativity, Use Initiative, Decision Making,

Tolerance of ambiguity Skills: Negotiation & Bargaining Skills, Facilitation Skill,

Communication Skills, Analytical Skills, Problem Solving Skills, Computer Literacy,

Language Skills, Organising, coordinating and planning skills, Basic research

skills, Interpersonal skills, Presentation/Training Skills, Report Writing Skills,

Conflict Resolution Personal Attributes: Ability to Work Independently/Under

Pressure, Ability to Listen and Provide Idealistic Solutions, Creative, Ability to

communicate with all Staff Members, Accuracy, Be able to identify problem areas

in the development of HRM policies, Innovative thinker, Assertive and be a good

listener. Recommendation: Valid Code EB driver’s license.



Investigate & Handle Misconduct & Grievance Cases, Represent the Department

in conciliation and arbitration cases, Coordinate & Provide Secretariat Support to

the Task Team, Compile & Maintain an Accurate Database and Statistics for

reported cases, Provide Support & Expert Advice to Managers Regarding the

Management of Discipline and Resolution of Grievances, Conduct Workshops and

Presentations to managers and employees on Labour Relations Related Matters,

Advise on the Correct Interpretation & Implementation of the Departmental Policies

and PSCBC Resolutions in Labour Relations, Facilitate the DBC employer caucus.



Mr ME Lamola Tel No: (012) 406 7485

POST 04/10





R242 475 per annum (Level 07)



Head Office



National Diploma or Degree in Business Management/ Public

Management/Administration/ Public Procurement Management/Supply Chain

Management;/Logistics Management and Minimum of one (1) year experience as

an Administration Clerk in Supply Chain Management PLUS the following key

competencies. Knowledge of: PFMA, SCM, PPPFA, Treasury regulations Thinking

Demand: Problem Solving, Creativity, Ability to negotiate Skills: Computer

Literacy, LOGIS, Basic Accounting and analytical skill, Good verbal and written

communication Personal Attributes: Self-driven, Innovative and self-confident,

Ability to work under pressure Learning Field Logistics/Warehousing Purchasing

Management/, Administration/Supply Chain Management.



Oversee the receipt and issue of stores, Monitor and report on the inventory level

and replenishment of stores, Follow up of discrepancies in stock levels, deliveries,

etc, Approve/authorise procurement advices, Execute and oversee periodic

warehousing and inventory functions (stock taking disposals etc.)Follow up on

orders and other stores logistics issues, Supervise and develop staff.



Mr David Rakgalakane Tel No: (012) 406 7694

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