DPSA Energy Department Circular 15 February 2024

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DPSA Energy Department Circular 15 February 2024

DPSA Energy Department Circular 15 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



01 March 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 06/06





R356 289 per annum (Level 09)



Head Office (Pretoria)



Degree/National Diploma in Social Science or Psychology or Occupational

Health and Safety. A minimum of 3 years’ experience in public health and

wellness or psychological or occupational health and safety environment

PLUS the following key competencies: Knowledge of Public service policies,

prescripts, regulations on HIV/ AIDS, OHS and Employee Health & Wellness

matters, EHW Framework, Policy analysis and design Thinking Demand:

Creativity and initiative, Decision making Skills: Analytical skills, Written and

verbal communication skills, Computer skills, Report writing skills,

Presentation and facilitation skills Personal Attributes: Logical thinker,

Objective, Perseverance, Accurate, Good interpersonal relations, Openness

and friendliness, Ability to independently or as part of a team, Ability to




Develop, implement and manage Health and Wellness policies in the

workplace as per DPSA and the department of Labour, Oversee compliance

of OHS regulations, Disease Management and handling of injury on duty

cases, Develop and execute EHWP Business Operational plans, Advise the

Department concerning employee relations matters, Conduct pre and post

counselling, Liaise with relevant organisations/stakeholders and conduct

research on global standards on EHWP strategies on issues relating to

Employee Health and Wellness, HIV/AIDS and communicable diseases as

well as on issues of Occupational Health and Safety.



Mr. E Lamola Tel No: 012 406 7485


POST 06/07





R242 064 – R332 823 per annum, plus benefits (Salary Notch will be

determined in accordance with experience in term of the OSD for Legally

Qualified Professionals) (Level MR3 to MR4)



Head Office (Pretoria)



An LLB or equivalent four year legal qualification plus 2 years post qualification

legal experience PLUS the following key competencies, Knowledge of: South

African Legal System, Constitutional and Administrative law, Law of Contract,

DoE Policies and Acts, Public Service Acts and Legislation, Legal Drafting and

Interpretation. Skills: Computer Skills, Project Management, Research skills,

Legal Court Practice Skills, Legal Administration, Negotiation and dispute

resolution, Communication (Written and Verbal). Personal Attributes:

Information Evaluation, Decision Making, Problem Solving. Recommendation:

Written Assessment will be conducted and all applications must include a

certified copy of course credits.



Draft legal documents, memoranda, reports and submissions and provide

verbal and written legal opinions on a variety of matters. Scrutinize legislation

and subordinate legislation administered by the Department and provide

assistance during the legislative process. Attend to litigation matters on behalf

of the Department through the State Attorney. Advice the Minister or Director-

General on appeals lodged against administrative decisions taken in terms of

legislation administered by the Department. Monitor the implementation of the

Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000 and the Promotion of

Administrative Justice Act, 2000 in the Department. Scrutinize draft

international agreements and comply with the prescribed procedure for the

conclusion of international agreements.



Ms S Naidoo Tel No: 012 406-7508

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