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Western Cape Government Latest Vacancies – July 2021

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We pleased to present to you an updated list of Western Cape Government latest vacancies for July 2021 and how to apply. It involves the Job titles, roles/responsibilities, requirements and the salary involved.

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Every year the Western Cape Government publishes vacant position for interested & qualified South African citizens to apply for. This year is not an exception. Therefore the Jobs are listed below together with their requirements, roles, salary and qualifications.

This Circular is published on a weekly basis and contains the advertisements of vacant posts and jobs in Western Cape Government. Although the Circular is issued by the Western Cape Government Team is not responsible for the content of the advertisements. Inquiries about an advertisement must be addressed to the relevant advertising department.

WESTERN CAPE GOVERNMENT CAREER (VACANT) POSITIONS, ROLES, REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS 

Applications are invited from qualified persons for the positions shown below.

1. Occupational Therapist: Facility Management (Clanwilliam), Ref No. DSD 110/2020 R1
Closing Date 2021/07/19
Reference Number WCG210618-2
Tracking Number DSD 110/2020 R1
Job Title Occupational Therapist: Facility Management (Clanwilliam), Ref No. DSD 110/2020 R1
Department Social Development
Salary level OSD
Enquiries Ms M Jonkerman at (021) 826 5972
Job Type Permanent
Location – Country South Africa
Location – Province Western Cape
Location – Town / City Clanwilliam
Job Purpose The Western Cape Government, Department of Social Development has an opportunity for a suitably qualified and competent individual to deliver an intensive specialised occupational therapeutic service in the facility to enhance development and quality of life of children in a secure care centre. The successful incumbent will have an opportunity to practice his/her knowledge and skills around quality of Occupational Therapy services within a Secure Care Centre environment. This post is based in Clanwilliam.
Minimum Requirements Grade 1: Appropriate qualification that allows for registration with the HPCSA in Occupational Therapy; Registration with the Health Professional Council of South Africa (HPCSA) in Occupational Therapy; No experience after registration with the Health Professional Council of South Africa (HPCSA) in Occupational Therapy in respect of RSA qualified employees who perform Community Service, as required in South Africa or A minimum of 1-year relevant experience after registration with the Health Professional Council of South Africa (HPCSA) in Occupational Therapy in respect of foreign qualified employees of whom it is not required to perform Community Service, as required in South Africa; A valid (Code B or higher) driving licence. Grade 2: Appropriate qualification that allows for registration with the HPCSA in Occupational Therapy; Registration with the Health Professional Council of South Africa (HPCSA) in Occupational Therapy; A minimum of 10 years relevant experience after registration with the Health Professional Council of South Africa (HPCSA) in Occupational Therapy in respect of RSA qualified employees who perform Community Service, as required in South Africa; or A minimum of 11 years relevant experience after registration with the Health Professional Council of South Africa (HPCSA) in Occupational Therapy respect of foreign qualified employees of whom it is not required to perform Community Service, as required in South Africa; A valid (Code B or higher) driving licence. Grade 3: Appropriate qualification that allows for registration with the HPCSA in Occupational Therapy; Registration with the Health Professional Council of South Africa (HPCSA) in Occupational Therapy; A minimum of 20 years relevant experience after registration with the Health Professional Council of South Africa (HPCSA) in Occupational Therapy in respect of RSA qualified employees who perform Community Service, as required in South Africa; or A minimum of 21 years relevant experience after registration with the Health Professional Council of South Africa (HPCSA) in Occupational Therapy in respect of foreign qualified employees of whom it is not required to perform Community Service, as required in South Africa; A valid (Code B or higher) driving licence.
Recommendation Experience in all areas of Occupational Therapy; Administrative requirements to ensure efficient running of Occupational Therapy Services.
Key Performance Areas Render therapeutic services in groups in collaboration with the Multidisciplinary team in the context of holistic management; Render individual therapeutic services; Continuous Professional Development. Keep up to date with new developments in the occupational Therapist profession; Perform all the administrative functions required of the job.
Competencies Knowledge of the following: Supervision Framework for Occupational Therapist; Human behavior and social systems and skills to intervene at the points where people interact with their environments in order to promote social well-being; Research methodology; Information and Knowledge Management; Protocol and professional ethics; Therapeutic models and techniques, methods; Relevant legislation, policies and prescripts (norms and standards); Understanding of group / social dynamics, work values and principles; Developing and empowering others; Skills to challenge structural sources of poverty, inequality, oppression, discrimination and exclusion; The ability and competence to assist, develop, advocate for, and empower individuals, families, groups, organisations and communities to enhance their social functioning and their problem-solving capabilities; The ability to promote, restore, maintain, advocate for and enhance the functioning of individuals, families, groups and communities by enabling them to accomplish tasks, prevent and alleviate distress and use resources effectively; Written and verbal communication skills; Proven computer literacy; Systemic analysis and reasoning; Group and individual therapy techniques; Assessment and evaluation tools; Presentation and facilitation skills; Planning and organising skills.
Remuneration Grade 1: R 317 976 – R 361 872 Grade 2: R 372 810 – R 426 291 Grade 3: R 439 164 – R 532 959 (Salary will be determined by post registration experience as per OSD prescripts) Note on remuneration: Cost-to-employer (CTE) remuneration packages for certain occupation-specific dispensations (OSD), the middle-management service (MMS) and contract positions are inclusive of all costs related to service benefits or obligations including basic salary, 13th cheque, medical assistance, housing assistance, pension-fund contributions, etc. MMS remuneration packages are flexible and may be individually structured as prescribed. Where remuneration is not indicated as CTE, employees’ service benefits or obligations are funded or co-funded in terms of the applicable prescripts or collective agreements.
Notes Only applications submitted online will be accepted.
2. Scientific Technician (Production Level): RTD: Plant Sciences: Crop Protection (Entomology), Ref No. AGR 31/2021
Closing Date 2021/07/19
Reference Number WCG210618-4
Tracking Number AGR 31/2021
Job Title Scientific Technician (Production Level): RTD: Plant Sciences: Crop Protection (Entomology), Ref No. AGR 31/2021
Department Agriculture
Salary level OSD
Enquiries Ms A Swanepoel at (021) 808 5320
Job Type Permanent
Location – Country South Africa
Location – Province Western Cape
Location – Town / City Elsenburg
Job Purpose The Department of Agriculture, Western Cape Government has an employment opportunity for a competent and suitably qualified individual to render technical assistance for research regarding the development of new technology and the adaption of existing technology aimed at improving farming efficiency, in the field of Entomology. This post is based in Elsenburg.
Minimum Requirements A 3 year tertiary qualification (National Diploma/B-Degree) in Plant production, Entomology or relevant qualification in this field; Registration as a Certificated Natural Scientist with SACNASP (South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions) in the relevant field; 3 years post qualification relevant technical (scientific) experience; A valid (Code B or higher) driving licence.
Recommendation Experience in the following: Research technician in entomology; Entomology in tunnels/glasshouses and field; Production systems and crops in the Western Cape; Insects and pests in crops in the Western Cape.
Key Performance Areas Technical execution of research projects (This includes managing a budget, trail, layout, preparation, planting, maintenance, applying treatments, data collection, data input; Responsible for the creation/adaption/maintenance of the necessary infrastructure in accordance with the project plan; Perform all administrative and related functions; Render advice and disseminate technician information to applicable role players; Keep up to date with regard to the applicable prescripts, policies, procedures, technologies and new developments in the subject filed.
Competencies Knowledge of the following: Insect pests in crops of the Western Cape; Identification of pests; Crops cultivated in the Western Cape, Technical scientific inputs needed for research projects; handling of budget; Breeding and keeping insects in a controlled environment; Basic maintenance of appropriate equipment; Proven computer literacy in MS Office; Technical management skills; Technical planning skills; Written and verbal communication skills; Detailed-orientated, problem solving and hands on.
Remuneration Grade A: R 311 859- R 332 799 per annum; Grade B: R 353 226 – R 380 775 per annum; Grade C: R 402 045 – R 473 574 per annum (as per OSD prescripts) Note on remuneration: Cost-to-employer (CTE) remuneration packages for certain occupation-specific dispensations (OSD), the middle-management service (MMS) and contract positions are inclusive of all costs related to service benefits or obligations including basic salary, 13th cheque, medical assistance, housing assistance, pension-fund contributions, etc. MMS remuneration packages are flexible and may be individually structured as prescribed. Where remuneration is not indicated as CTE, employees’ service benefits or obligations are funded or co-funded in terms of the applicable prescripts or collective agreements
Notes Only applications submitted online will be accepted.
Update: Click here to view more Western Cape Government vacant positions for July 2021
HOW TO APPLY FOR WESTERN CAPE GOVERNMENT JOBS
A. Application phase
  1. Visit www.westerncape.gov.za/jobs and find a job title or area of work that interests you.
  2. Make sure you meet all the requirements and that you have enough time to submit your application and supporting documents.
  3. Follow the instructions on the page and a system profile if you’re a first-time applicant on the site, or login with your details if you have previously registered. If you’re an existing user, update your details and documents where necessary.
  4. Complete online job application form and answer all the questions honestly. Once you’re satisfied with you application, make sure your CV is updated and then submit it.If you need technical assistance in submitting your online job application make use of the following contact details between 8:00 am to 4 pm, Mondays to Fridays:
  • Western Cape Department of Health012 667 4886/ See advert details.
  • Western Cape Education Department : 0861 923 322
  • All other departments: 0861 370 202 or send an email to  [email protected].

The Western Cape Government will need the following information when you submit an enquiry: email address used to create your profile, ID number, contact number, desired email address you want to use going forward, and a brief explanation of the issue you’re experiencing.

Alternatively you can visit one of the Cape Access e-centres or our Contact Centre in Wale Street, Cape Town or the Western Cape Education Department, Grand Central Towers, Cape Town where helpful staff will assist you.

Please note: For enquiries regarding a specific position, please contact the enquiries person as indicated on the advert.

B. Shortlisting phase
  1. Once the closing date has been reached, all qualifying applications will be reviewed and applicants will be shortlisted. If you’ve been shortlisted, you’ll be invited to an interview.
  2. You will also be required to complete a Z83 form and supply certified copies of your ID and qualifications, as well as other documentation.
C. Interview phase
  1. At your interview, you’ll be greeted by a panel, who will ask you various questions relating to the position, as well as your employment history and personal interests. You will also have the opportunity to ask questions.
  2. After all candidates have been interviewed, the panel will confer and decide who the individual best-suited to the position is.
D. Acceptance phase
  1. The successful candidate will be contacted and offered an acceptance letter or a letter of appointment. The candidate will need to sign and return the acceptance letter within five working days.
  2. If you have not received any feedback within three months of the closing date of the job advert, please consider your application unsuccessful.
Note:
The Western Cape Government job application website is only for applications made at one of the following departments:
  • Community Safety
  • Agriculture
  • Cultural Affairs & Sport
  • Department Of Economic Development & Tourism
  • Department Of The Premier
  • Environmental Affairs & Development Planning
  • Human Settlements
  • Local Government
  • Provincial Treasury
  • Social Development
  • Transport & Public Works
If you wish to apply for jobs at the Departments of Health or Education, please go to the following sites:
  1. For the Department of Health, please go to https://www.westerncape.gov.za/jobs/health
  2. For the Department of Education, please go to https://wcedonline.westerncape.gov.za/branchCS/Vacancy-Lists/index_vacancy.html

How to apply online OR Create an Account/Profile on the Western Cape Government Job website

If this is your first time applying online, please do the following:
1. Click on SIGN UP at the top of the page
  • You will need to have your own valid email address and mobile number. Enter these at the top of the page
  • Choose a password that will be easy for you to remember
  • Enter your First Name, Surname, SA citizenship and ID/work permit/passport number
  • Click SIGN UP button
2. You will receive an email from Western Cape Government Careers ([email protected]).
  • Click on the link in the email to verify your email address
3. Once your email address is verified, go to MANAGE PROFILE and ensure your profile is complete
4. Upload all required attachments
  • Only the CV is required
  • Your CV should preferably be in MS Word or PDF
  • The maximum file size allowed is 750kb
  • Other attachments are optional (you can upload them later if needed)
5. Go to the actual job advert and click APPLY
  • You will be required to answer some additional questions related to this specific job
6. You will receive an email confirming that your application has been received.
  • If you are not sure, go to MY APPLICATIONS (in the left-hand menu) and check the status of your applications
If you have previously applied online, then all you need to do is click on APPLY on the job advert, sign in using your email address and the password you have chosen, and complete the additional questions.
NB:
  • Only online applications will be considered unless a manual/offline process is provided in the job advertisement
  • Only applications made on this website will be accepted
  • Kindly note that technical support is only available from Monday to Friday (8:30 to 16.00)
  • Should you experience any difficulties with your online application you may contact the helpline at 0861 370 202
  • No emailed CV’s will be accepted as an application.
  • Please ensure that you submit your application before the closing date as no late applications will be considered.

Application Deadline

  • Applications should reach the Western Cape Government Management on time. As it is based on first-come first-serve basis.

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1 COMMENT

  1. I am a very hardworking, determined, punctual and Reliable person whose only aim in life is to make a success off everything I do no matter what it is. I did my NQF4 Human Resource Management. I worked for Finbond Mutual Bank for 2years.

    I do not have any children yet and i am not married yet so there wont be any difficulties if I must work overtime at times.

    I am not from Cape Town so I do not know alot of friends and people here. I stay with my pensioner aunt and I must also contribute seen as she only receives her SASSA income. I came to Cape Town for better job life and a more stable financial job seen as life is expensive and I must live everyday here.

    Warm Regards
    Richaela

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