DPSA Mineral Resources Department Circular 18 January 2024

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DPSA Mineral Resources Department Circular 18 January 2024

DPSA Mineral Resources Department Circular 18 January 2024 – DEPARTMENT OF MINERAL RESOURCES



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The Director-General, Department of Mineral Resources, Private Bag X59,

Arcadia, 0007 or hand delivered to Trevenna Campus, corner Mentjies and Francis

Baard Street, former Schoeman



Ms N Maseko/ Ms T Sibutha



01 February 2024


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All shortlisted candidates for SMS posts will be subjected to a technical exercise

that intends to test relevant technical elements of the job, the logistics of which will

be communicated by the Department. Following the interviews and technical

exercise, the selection panel will recommend candidates to attend a generic

managerial Competency Assessment. Applications should be on Z83 form (which

should be completed in full, accurately, legibly, signed and dated) and must be

accompanied by a comprehensive CV, and originally certified copies of

qualifications as well as ID not longer than 3 months (Where a driver’s licence is a

requirement, a certified copy must be attached). NB: Applicants who do not comply

with the above-mentioned requirements, as well as application received after the

closing date will not be considered). Requirements stated on the advertised posts

are minimum inherent requirements; therefore, criterion for shortlisting will depend

on the proficiency of the applications received. The Department reserves the right

to determine suitable candidate(s) during the Selection process. Confirmation of

final appointment will be subject to a positive security clearance. Due to the large

number of responses anticipated, correspondence will be limited to short listed

candidates only. Short listed candidates will be contacted within three weeks after

the closing date. Applicants who have not been contacted during this period may

regard their applications as unsuccessful.


POST 02/27





R1 446 378 per annum (Level 15) (All-inclusive package)



Head Office, Pretoria



A post graduate qualification (NQF level 8) in Financial Management or a qualified

Chartered Accountant plus 8 to 10 years relevant experience at Senior Managerial

Level, Plus the following competencies: Knowledge: In depth knowledge of

procurement, Information technology and Financial management. Project

management diagnostic action research. Public service knowledge and

understanding of DMR policies, functions, projects, etc. Government policies.

Strategic Planning and Project Management, Public Service Anti-Corruption

Strategy and anti-corruption and fraud prevention measures, Government

Accounting Standards (GRAP); Skills: Strategic capability and Leadership,

Negotiation and Consultation, Problem solving and analysis, Financial

Management, People Management and Empowerment, Good interpersonal

relations at all levels, Advanced analytical; Communication: Ability to communicate

at different levels, verbal and written; Creativity: Ability to analyze information,

creative/innovative thinker, Logical, Objective, Accurate and Diplomatic.



Advise the Accounting Officer on Strategic Financial and Corporate Governance

matters; Guide Senior Managers in the execution of their functions in terms of the

Public Finance Management Act, 1999 and the Treasury Regulations; Manage

relationships with relevant role players in the Finance and Information

Communication Technology environment regarding transverse matters; Establish

and maintain appropriate systems (analytical tools, information systems and

models or projections of cost behavior) and policies to ensure effective and

efficient management of resources and develop and maintain measures to prevent

fraud and maladministration; Formulate creative solutions to enhance cost

effectiveness and efficiency in the delivery of the services and the administration

of the Department; Facilitate the implementation of national norms and standards

where applicable; oversee the establishment of sound information systems in the

Department; Provide strategic leadership on the management and administration

of the Branch including ICT, Financial Management Structures and Supply Chain

Management; Advise and guide management on department annual budget and

financial issues in order to make informed decisions; Develop and maintain

appropriate systems and policies to ensure effective, efficient and economical

management of resources and assets in the Department; Ensure compliance with

the provisions of the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 and the Treasury

Regulations; Ensure that all reports, returns, notices and other information which

are submitted to the Executing Authority, the National Treasury and the Auditor-

General as required by the PFMA are timeous and accurate; Oversee appropriate

training and development of staff within the financial management and Information

Communication Technology; Develop annual and three year budget for the

Department and facilitate the submission of Department of Mineral Resources

annual budget vote.



Adv T Mokoena Tel No: (012 444 3880



Woman, coloureds, Indians a well as people with disabilities are encouraged to


POST 02/28





R1 005 063 per annum (Level 13) (All-inclusive package)



North West Region, Klerksdorp



A/an appropriate NQF Level 7 qualification and Mine Manager’s Certificate of

Competency or Mine Surveyor’s Certificate of Competency or Government

Certificate of Competency in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering coupled with

extensive experience of which five (5) years must be at Middle or Senior

Management level in the mining and minerals sector, PLUS the following

competencies: Knowledge of: Mine Health and Safety Act No.29 of 1996,

Underground and Surface Mining, Mine occupational health and safety hazards

and risks, Labour Relations and Human Resources Management, Understanding

DMR policies aimed at optimal utilisation of Mineral Resources. Skills:

Interpersonal Relations, Planning, Organising, Leading and Control, Application of

policies, procedures and the Laws governing occupational health and safety in the

mining and minerals sector, Team work, Training, Mentoring, Negotiating,

Adaptability, Conflict handling, Computer literacy. Communication: Ability to

communicate both verbally and in writing. Creativity: Ability to analyse workload-

related challenges and to implement a continuous improvement strategy.



Manage the Mine Health and Safety Region. Monitor the application of health and

safety standards at the mining operations as per the provisions of the Mine Health

and Safety Act No.29 of 1996. Provide technical assistance to the mines. Ensure

the complaints are investigated and queries are responded to. Exercise budgetary

controls consistent to the targets and objectives of the region/directorate, ensure

the holding of any necessary board of examinations for appropriate Certificates of




Mr T Ngwenya Tel No: (012) 444 3661



Woman, coloureds, Indians a well as people with disabilities are encouraged to

apply. The appointment will be subject to pre-employment medical examination of


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