POST 27/31 :Director: Legal Support & Enforcement REF NO: CRD/NLA 018
Overview: To provide leadership and management to liquor industries.
SALARY : All-inclusive remuneration package of R948 174 per annum, Level 13
Mandatory requirements: An undergraduate qualification (NQF Level 7) in Law / Economics. 5 years’ experience at a middle/senior managerial level in the private or public sector in a Law / Economics environment. Key requirements: Experience in policy development and implementation. Experience in monitoring compliance and enforcement. Experience in stakeholder management, project management, financial management, people management and change management. Knowledge of Public Service Regulation, Public Service Act and PFMA. Strategic capability and leadership skills. EB driver’s licence.
Manage the process of developing and implementing legal services and enforcement policies and strategies. Reduce regulatory compliance costs by improving the regulation of the liquor industry. Provision of legal services and litigation support to the NLA. Manage the consolidation of recommendation for the amendment of the Liquor Regulations. Compliant resolutions – Development of the compliant regulations procedure and turnaround times. Ensure that compliant resolutions are analyzed and allocated to inspectors. Stakeholder management –
Create platforms for continuous engagements with key stakeholders, including divisions within the dti, other government departments and tiers of government, key SOEs, organized business and labour. Represent the department in all forums and focus groups addressing the sector challenges. Monitoring compliance and enforcement – Manage the review of policies and methodologies and benchmark against international best practices. Provide support with the implementation of
programmes. Direct and management of the directorate – Manage strategic planning for the directorate, including budgets and human resource. Provide directorate’s inputs for the MTSF, MTEF and Budget Adjustment Estimates. Provide inputs into IPAP reporting structures, departmental reporting structures (including ENE reporting, Annual reports and MTSF).
In terms of the dti's EE requirements, preference will be given to Coloured and White candidates as well as African and Indian male candidates. Please note that this is a re-advertisement and people who applied before may apply.
DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY
Applications can be submitted: By post to the Registry Office, The Department of Trade and Industry, Private Bag x84, Pretoria, 0001;
Hand-delivered to the DTI Campus, corner of Meintjies and Robert Sobukwe Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria;
Applications must be submitted with a completed and signed form Z83, obtainable
from any Public Service Department or on the internet.
Shortlisted candidates will be subjected to a technical exercise and the selection panel for MMS and SMS positions will further recommend candidates to attend a generic managerial competency-based assessment.
Background verification and security vetting will form part of the
selection process and successful candidates will be subjected to security vetting.
The dti is committed to the pursuit of diversity and redress. It is the applicant's
responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African
Qualifications Authority (SAQA).
Applications received after the closing date will not be considered.
Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only.
If you have not been contacted within 3 months of the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.
The DTI reserves the right not to fill any advertised position(s).