Executive: Corporate Services

Executive: Corporate Services


Executive: Corporate Services

Details of the offer

The Construction Education and Training Authority (CETA) exists in terms of the Skills Development Act and is a categorised as a Schedule 3A public entity in terms of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA). Its mandate includes:
• Developing and implementing a sector skills plan
• Promoting learning programmes
• Registering learning programme agreements
• Serving as an Education and Training Quality Authority
• Collecting and disbursing skills development levies
• Liaising with the National Skills Authority
• Reporting to the Director-General of the Department of Higher Education and Training on its activities
The CETA would like to make the following appointments on a fixed-term contract up to 31 March 2020, renewable at its discretion:
Executive: Corporate Services
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer
Based at Head Office in Gauteng
All-inclusive salary package negotiable
Job Profile: The corporate services executive is responsible for the direction, management and performance of the corporate services division. Responsible for providing strategic direction for a combination of functional support divisions comprising of Human resources, ITC, Communications and stakeholder management and facilities.
Requirements for the Position
• A three-year university degree or equivalent qualification in a relevant field
• A relevant postgraduate qualification would be an added advantage, or evidence of study towards one would be an added advantage
• At least seven years proven relevant experience
• At least five years proven experience in relation to the work of SETA’s in a leadership capacity would be an added advantage
Duties and Responsibilities
• Providing strategic guidance towards the development of Business Plan for Corporate Services Department
• Overseeing the management of the performance of the Corporate Services Department
• Overseeing the development of and adherence to the Corporate Services policies, processes and procedures
• Overseeing the development of appropriate Corporate Services systems for the CETA
• Overseeing high quality and reliable research in relevant aspects of the Corporate Services
• Ensure sound relations with the CETA’s stakeholders, particularly with respect to the organisation’s operations
• Oversee performance management and the development of all CETA staff
• Overseeing the development and responsible management of the budget of the Corporate Services Department
• Ensuring relevant alignment and integration of activities within the Corporate Services Department
• Overseeing high-level meetings, workshops, conferences and related functions pertaining to the corporate Services of the CETA
• Overseeing the development and implementation of relevant training interventions for the CETA staff
• Ensuring the sound management of information pertaining to the Corporate Services
• Oversee the development of the business plans and budgets of the corporate management;
• Ensure sound corporate management in the organisation, including with respect to registry and logistics; travel and administration; human resources; communications and public relations; legal
matters; and ICT functions
• Ensure sound relations with the CETA’s stakeholders, particularly with respect to the organisation’s operations
• Oversee performance management and the development of all CETA staff
• Development and implementation of a corporate services management strategy for the organization
• Ensuring the development and implementation of IT, communication, knowledge management and stakeholder relationship management strategies for the organization
• Oversee the Management functions for the Human Resources department, the communications and stakeholder management department and the facilities department
• Serve as organisational spokesperson on delegation and on operational matters
• Risk assessment, including the analysis, the identification, the description and the estimation of risks in the corporate services space within the organisation
• Reporting on and mitigation of risks associated with the corporate services function
• Development of the Divisional Business Plan
• Operationalization and implementation of the Divisional Business Plan
• Liaison with and reporting to internal and external auditors
• Representation of the organization in relevant structures and forums
• Management of staff in the Corporate Services Division
• Perform any other relevant duties as directed
The closing date for all external applications is Tuesday 27 August 2019 at 16.30pm.
For enquiries kindly contact Ms Bukiwe Xalisa or Mr Lungisile Kuzana on 011 265 5900 between 08h00 and 16h30 weekdays
The CETA reserves the right not to make an appointment. If you do not hear from the CETA within one month of the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful.

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