DPSA Independent Police Investigative Directorate Department Circular 15 February 2024
DPSA Independent Police Investigative Directorate Department Circular 15 February 2024 –
INDEPENDENT POLICE INVESTIGATIVE DIRECTORATE
The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. It is our intention to promote representatively in terms of race, gender and disability within the Department through the filling of posts.
01 March 2024 at 16h30
Applications must be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public
Service Department accompanied by a fully completed and signed form Z83
and a recently updated, comprehensive CV as well as recently certified copies
Not older than 3 months after publication of the advert) of all qualification(s)
including a Senior Certificate and ID-document [Driver’s license where
applicable]. Non-RSA Citizens/Permanent Resident Permit Holders must
attach a copy of their Permanent Residence Permits to their applications.
Should you be in possession of a foreign qualification, it must be accompanied
by an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority
(SAQA). Applicants who do not comply with the above-mentioned
requirements, as well as applications received late, will not be considered.
Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not
been contacted within three (3) weeks after the closing date of this
advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. The
successful candidate will have to undergo security vetting. His / her character
should be beyond reproach. The appointment is subject to security clearance,
verification of qualifications and competency assessment (criminal record,
citizenship, credit record checks, qualification verification and employment
verification). The successful candidates will be appointed on a probation period
of 12 months and will be required to sign a performance agreement. The
suitable candidate will be selected with the intention of promoting representivity
and achieving affirmative action targets as contemplated in the Department’s
Employment Equity Plan.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR: MONITORING AND EVALUATION REF NO:
R697 011 per annum (Level 11)
A three (3) years National Diploma or Degree in Public Management/ Business
Administration. Minimum of three (3) years working experience within
organisational performance monitoring and evaluation environment, which 2
years must be at Assistant Director Level. A valid driver’s license is essential.
Knowledge and understanding of government planning and M&E process.
Sound knowledge of PFMA, Treasury Regulations, Policy Framework for
managing performance Information, Framework for Strategy Plans and Annual
Performance Plans. Public Service Regulations, National Development Plan
and Medium Term Strategic Framework. Knowledge of public audit act.
Plan and Manage performance monitoring and evaluation activities. Develop,
review and implement the Organisational Performance Management Policy,
Coordinate verification and analyse quarterly and mid-year organisational
performance on implementation of Annual Performance Plan (APP),
Consolidate and verify annual performance report on the implementation of the
Annual Performance Plan. Coordinate reporting on implementation of
operational plans and verification thereof. Coordinate submission of
consolidated department performance reports to external stakeholders.
Facilitate Performance Reporting Workshop. Develop, review and implement
department Evaluation Framework and Evaluation Plan. Facilitate evaluation
projects as per the Evaluation Plan. Facilitate provincial performance audits
visits to assess the state of performance and verify performance information in
line with standard operating Procedure and Technical indicator description.
Provide technical advice and recommendations to strengthen reliability of
performance information. Validate information for Management Performance
Assessment Tool (MPAT) for strategic Management. Monitoring the
implementation of MPAT development Plans. Provide actions plan for
performance information findings, monitor and report on their implementation
(Internal Audit and the Auditor – General SA Findings) Prepare presentations
on organisational performance. Conduct research in order to contribute to
continuous improvement of organisational performance management
processes. Engage with senior management on regular basis to provide
technical support. Manage and supervise staff.
Ms S Letlape @ 012 399 0068
Independent Police Investigative Directorate, National Office Private Bag X
941, Pretoria, 002 hand deliver to 114 Madiba Street, City Forum Building,
Ms DR Kumalo @ 012 399 0038
PERSONAL ASSISTANT TO THE PROVINCIAL HEAD (X2 POSTS)
R196 407 per annum (Level 06)
Free State (Bloemfontein) Ref No: Q9/2024/08
Western Cape (Bellville) Ref No: Q9/2024/09
A Secretarial Diploma or equivalent qualification. Minimum of 3-5 years’
experience in rendering support service to Senior Management. Advanced
proficiency in Ms Word, Ms Power point, Ms Excel, Outlook and Internet
Explorer. Good office management skills (document tracking, storage and
retrieval system). Sound minute taking and communication skills, telephone
etiquette, and people’s skills, as well as general office experience are
essential. The ability to act with tact and discretion. Planning and organising
skills. The ability to do research and analyse documents and situations.
Knowledge of relevant legislation / policies / prescripts and procedures; as well
as basic knowledge of financial administration are vital. Applicants must be
able to work under pressure, independently and be willing to work overtime
when necessary. The successful candidate must be highly reliable, self-
motivated, flexible, creative, client focused and quality orientated. Driver’s
license is essential.
The successful candidate will be primarily responsible to render personal
assistance, including secretary support to the Provincial Head. Render
administrative support services. Provide support to the Provincial Head
regarding meetings. Supporting the Provincial Head with the administration of
the budget of the office, as well as remaining abreast with the
prescripts/policies/procedures relevant to the Provincial Head. Receiving and
making telephone calls. Managing the Provincial Head’s diary, Making travel
and accommodation arrangements. Coordination of the Provincial Head’s
Travel and Subsistence Claims, Typing of letters/ memorandums/
submissions/reports. Ensuring the effective flow of information and documents
to and from the office of the Provincial Head as well as ensuring the
safekeeping of all documentation in the office of the Provincial Head. Obtain
inputs, collates and compile reports. Arranging meetings and take minutes.
Assist with documents analysis in preparation for meetings. Keep and maintain
registers. Maintaining a task list of request into the Provincial Head’s office and
requests made by the Provincial Head, ensuring that these requests are
brought to the attention of the people who have to action them and keeping a
tracking list of the actions. Ensure adherence to brought forward dates, Filing,
document retrieval and tracking.
Mr T Motsoeneng Tel No: 051 406 6800 (Bloemfontein)
Mr G Trussell Tel No: 021 941 4800 (Bellville)
Independent Police Investigative Directorate, Private Bag X20708,
Bloemfontein 9301 or hand deliver to 15 Cnr Andrew & Wesburger Streets
Ground Floor Standard Bank Building, Bloemfontein
Independent Police Investigative Directorate, Private Bag X43, Bellville, 7535
or hand deliver to 1st Floor, Fintrust Building, Corner Petrusa & Mazzur
Streets, Bellville, 7530
Mr T Komphela Tel No: 051 406 6800 (Bloemfontein)
Ms N Matintela (Bellville)
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