DPSA Public Enterprises Department Circular 25 January 2024

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DPSA Public Enterprises Department Circular 25 January 2024

DPSA Public Enterprises Department Circular 25 January 2024 – DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES



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The Department of Public Enterprises, Private Bag X15, Pretoria, 0028 or hand

deliver at 80 Hamilton Street, Arcadia 0083 and or 642 Cnr Olivia street and

Jacqueline Drive, Garsfontein Pretoria, Postal Address: P.O BOX 394, Menlyn,

0063 or by email: dpe1@basadzi.co.zaTel No: 012 998 8953/8049



Human Resources



08 February 2024



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Applications must be submitted on form Z83 and should be accompanied by

certified copies of qualifications, ID as well as a comprehensive CV in order to be

considered. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications

evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). Correspondence

will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. If you have not been contacted within

3 months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your

application was unsuccessful. Shortlisted candidates will be subjected to

screening and security vetting to determine the suitability of a person for

employment. Failure to submit the requested documents will result in your

application not being considered. 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. Following the interview and the technical exercise,

the selection panel will recommend candidates to attend a Generic Managerial

Competency Assessment (In compliance with the DPSA Directive on the

Implementation of the Competency based assessment). The department reserve

the right not to fill these positions. People with disability are encouraged to apply

and preference will be given to the EE target.


POST 03/25



Unit: Information Management



R697 011 per annum (all-inclusive remuneration package consisting of a basic

salary of 70% and a 30% flexible portion that can be structured according to







Applicants must be in possession of undergraduate qualification in Information

Technology or equivalent qualification (NQF Level 7) as recognized by SAQA

accompanied by at least 3 years’ experience in ICT environment. Competencies:

ICT Operations Management, Sharp ICT Technical and Analytic skills, ICT

Operational Planning, Network and Infrastructure Administration, Security

Management, Helpdesk Management, Capacity Planning, ICT Architecture,

Disaster Recovery Plan, ICT Risk management, ICT Asset Management

(Hardware Refresh) ICT Audit and Compliance Management. People

Management skills, Good Communication (both verbal and written), MS Windows,

VMWARE, SharePoint, MS Exchange, SQL2008, System Centre, and Knowledge

of FOSS.



development, maintenance and implementation of the DPE’s: Master Information

Management Systems Plan. Information Technology Plan. ICT Security Plan. ICT

Policy Framework and Instruments. IT Recovery and Disaster Plan. Monitor,

evaluate and report on the performance of the DPE’s ICT policy regime. Ensure

the provisioning of desk top support services in line with the ITIL framework and

processes. Ensure effective management and monitoring of the ICT infrastructure

software license portfolio. Ensure compliance to Service Level Agreement by SITA

and service providers and invoke penalties as and when required. Provide

technical input into the development of specifications. Maintain the ICT Inventory.

Manage and monitor the provision of communication systems (LAN, WAN) and

ensure that communication systems are operational and available. Lead timely and

cost-effective implementation of ICT infrastructure projects. Guide and monitor the

implementation of change in the ICT domain. Manage the deployment and

maintenance of virtual infrastructure for desktop and server virtualization. Manage

and monitor the deployment and maintenance of VPN, Audio Visual Systems,

VCX, VOIP systems and Unified Communications. Ensure that IT infrastructure is

integrate with all applications and ensure a smooth running thereof in a secure

operational environment and at the required performance level. Manage and

monitor the provision of file, print and exchange backups. Manage and monitor the

deployment and maintenance of hardware systems (SAN, servers, blade servers,

switches, firewalls, laptops, desktops and tablets). Develop and maintain the ICT

Risk register. Ensure the implementation of risk mitigation measures. Manage the

provisioning of network, data and information security. Constantly review internal

processes with audit and industry standards and facilitate corrective action.

Manage and oversee the implementation of SLAs of service providers. Identify the

resource (financial, human and equipment) needs of the Sub-Directorate required

to optimally support the implementation of the Work Plan. Supervise the effective

and efficient utilisation of the financial resources of the Sub-Directorate. Monitor,

evaluate and report on the effective and efficient utilisation (value for money) of

allocated resources. Supervise account for the utilisation of the Sub-Directorate’s

human resources. Based on operational imperatives re-prioritise the allocation of

resources within the Sub-Directorate. Provide input on strategic, annual and work

planning processes for the Directorate and generate the prescribed performance




Mr George Malatsi Tel No: 012 431 1117

POST 03/26



Unit: Environmental Impact and Policy Alignment



R697 011 per annum (all-inclusive remuneration package consisting of a basic

salary of 70%, 75% and a 30%, 25% flexible portion that can be structured

according to individual.






Applicants must be in possession of an undergraduate qualification in

Environmental Management or Equivalent qualification (NQF Level 7) as

recognized by SAQA accompanied by at least 5 years’ experience in

environmental issues and knowledge of the public sector and the legislative

environment within which the State Owned Companies (SOC) operate. Computer

skills, communication skills, Coordination skills, Report writing skills, Interpersonal

skills, Organising skills, Problem solving and analysis. National Environmental

Management Act (NEMA), Associated Acts under NEMA, National Climate

Change Response White Paper, Public Finance Management Act. Good track

record and relevant experience in research and analysis and an understanding of

environmental issues associated with SOC that fall within the mandate of the DPE.

Innovation and creativity; Risk management, Ability to work independently, as well

as in a team within a multi-dimensional environment, strong negotiation skills.

Excellent interpersonal, organizational, planning skills; Ability to work under

pressure over extended periods to meet tight deadlines. Expected to travel as and

when required.



unpack the data and information requirements for research projects and develop

a supporting specification/inventory. Define the data and information sources.

Access on-line sources and extract the requisite data or information. Liaise with

SOCs in the cluster to source the requisite data and information. Liaise with

research institutions to source the requisite data and information. Liaise with policy

and other Departments in the cluster to source the requisite data and information.

Develop a repository, per assigned project, of all data and information products.

Perform quality assurance and reliability testing on data and information received.

Define data and information “gaps” and initiate processes to secure such

data/information or escalate to Project Leader. In conjunction Project Leaders and

Specialists define data- and information set requirements. Develop specifications

for databases to support research initiatives. Develop databases/secure technical

assistance for the development of complex databases. Oversee data capturing

procedures and qualify assure datasets. Generate initial findings and statistical

reports for assessment by Specialist and align according to needs requirements.

Apply a variety of quantitative and qualitative analytical methods, such as cost-

benefit, business case, and risk-sensitivity analyses methodologies.Interpret

complex analyses findings into understandable reports.Present and explain

projections and findings to Specialists or Project Teams.



Mr George Malatsi Tel No: 012 431 1117

POST 03/27



Unit: Information Management



R299 709 per annum






Applicants must be in possession of a three year National Diploma in

Administration or equivalent qualification and at least three years supervisor

experience in records management. Competencies: Good Communications Skills,

both oral and writing; client orientation and customer focus; honesty and Intergrity;

service delivery innovation. Organizing skills, ability to work under pressure. Must

have knowledge of Records Management.



Provide Supervise and provide registry counter services, Attend to clients. Handle

telephonic and other enquiries received. Supervise-receipt, register and dispatch

all documents received; filing of submissions and reports in line with the File Plan

and standards set by the Provincial Archiving Service; retrieval of documents on

request; the secure storage of documents; Scanning of documents and

submissions for storage on the Branch’s electronic filing system. Ensure the

maintenance of equipment. Order stationary and other consumables for the

Registry Office. Ensure a neat and safe workplace. Control the work of subordinate

staff. Coordinate file and document searches. Align filing practices with

departmental policy imperatives. Supervise the reception and receive all mail.

Supervise and sort, register and dispatch mail. Distribute notices on registry

issues. Opening and close files according to the record classification system.

Filing/storage, tracing (electronically/manually) and retrieval of documents and

files. Ensure and complete index cards for all file Electronic scanning of files.Sort

and package files for archives and distribution. Compile list of documents to be

archived and submit to the supervisor. Allocate and ensure quality of work.

Personnel development. Assess staff performance. Apply discipline. Keep records

for archived documents.



Mr Benneth Baloyi Tel No: (012) 431 1029

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