POST 32/19 :Project Manager (Capital Infrastructure And Effeciency Grant) Ref No: MTVET 21/2018
Three-year Contract (Council appointment)
SALARY : R356 289 (Level 09) per annum plus 37% in lieu of service benefits
CENTRE : Central Office
A recognized appropriate Bachelor’s Degree/National Diploma (NQF Level 6/7) or
equivalent qualification specializing in construction or related field; At least three (3)
years in managing construction projects; A postgraduate qualification will be an added
advantage; A driver’s license is a prerequisite; An individual with a conceptual
understanding of the rules and standards governing project administration and
management; and to ensure that the requirements for each project are spelt out by the
job packaging/ statutory requirements; Risk management experience in project
management; Good communication, written and verbal skills; Proficiency in analyzing
and solving problems related to projects; Outstanding human relation skills evident in
the ability to work with the team and excellence in gathering help needed in developing
a working project management plan; Strong ability to give attention to details as well as
tested organizational skills; Strong knowledge and expertise in using modern
information and communication technologies to projects; Adherence to project
specifications, as well as to the regulatory body guidelines for the project (NIAMMS etc.);
and knowledge of procurement processes.
The incumbent will be responsible to supervise different tasks in completing construction
or repairs and maintenance projects; Responsible for the flow of information from the
college level project supervisor (the organizational point where the service/project is
requested) to the team regarding the project in the Department of Higher Education and
Training (Department); Make the arrangement for projects documentation on the
recommendation and specification of the Department and ensure that specifications are
met; Meet the project owner, ensure that appropriate specification are set, or meet a
higher standard; Update information on the project management tools; Make
arrangement for the completion based on specifications of the project owner; Put a
proficient team together to achieve the purpose of the work in a changing circumstance
and fixed circumstance, and in a responsive circumstance using leadership and
management expertise; and Plan, commence, execute. Supervise and round-up
Mnambithi TVET College, HR Unit, Private Bag X9903, Ladysmith, 3370.
Alternatively, applications can be hand-delivered to Central Office, 77 Murchison Street, Ladysmith,
Candidates who wish to apply must forward certified copies of qualifications, ID copy,
driver’s license, comprehensive CV and fully completed Z83 forms (obtainable from all
Government Departments), clearly indicating the post being applied for, quoting the
relevant reference number on the Z83.
It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that his/her foreign qualifications have been verified by South African Qualifications Authority and DHET.
Due to a large number of applications anticipated, correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates.
The applicants who have not been contacted within 3 months after the closing date should regard their applications as unsuccessful.
The College reserves the right not to fill posts.
Mnambithi TVET College is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer.