DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING
(WEST COAST TVET COLLEGE) AND COLLEGE COUNCIL

APPLICATIONS: Direct your applications quoting the relevant reference number to: The HR Officer, West Coast College TVET College, P.O. Box 935, Malmesbury, 7300 or hand delivers at 2 Loedolf Street, Malmesbury, Central Office, 7300                                

CLOSING DATE:          25 June 2021, 14h00

NOTE: Applications must be submitted with fully completed Z83: Application for Employment form (obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the internet at www.dpsa.gov.za. Documents accompanied by a recently updated Comprehensive CV; original certified copy of SACE Certificate (for academic posts); original certified copies of qualifications; original certified copies of Academic Record / Transcript; original certified copy of Identity Document; five contactable references with email addresses. Failure to sign, date Z83 and submit all the requested documents will result in your application not being considered. Candidates whose appointments will promote representatively in terms of race, gender and disability will receive preference. As of 1st July 2006, all new appointments in the public service have to be part of the government employee medical scheme (GEMS) in order to qualify for a government medical subsidy (Only DHET permanent appointments). Correspondence will only be entered into with short-listed applicants. If you have not been contacted within three (3) months of the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Suitable candidates will be subjected to personnel suitability checks (criminal record check, citizenship verification, qualification/study verification and previous employment verification). Successful candidates will also be subjected to security clearance processes. Note: shortlisted candidates may be subjected to a technical exercise that intends to test relevant technical elements of the job, the logistics of which will be communicated by the department. The successful candidate will be required to sign an annual performance agreement, disclose his/her financial interests and be subjected to security clearance. Shortlisted candidates must be available on the scheduled date for interviews. The College has the right not to appoint or to freeze the position. Applications received after the closing date or faxed and emailed applications will not be considered.
OTHER POSTS

POST:                         HOD BUSINESS STUDIES REF NO: WCTVET 14/21  
CONTRACT:             Permanent (PL 3)
SALARY:                   R R391 677 per annum plus benefits as applicable in the Public Service
CENTRE:                   Atlantis Campus

REQUIREMENTS: Matric plus a recognised 3 or 4 years Degree/Diploma in teaching; minimum of five year’s teaching experience and two years’ management experience; registered assessor and moderator; experience in managing staff; good organisational and planning skills; knowledge of NC(V); ability to work under pressure.

DUTIES: Co-ordinate, evaluate and /assess staff in the department; coordinate NC(V) business and Report 191 business related studies; schedule managers and develop facilitators and assessors; assess and moderate students and facilitator Portfolio of Evidence; prepare and manage budgets; report writing; develop strategies to enhance student performances and results; monitor lecturer performance; advise campus managers on staff work allocation; improve administration efficiency in the department and the college; develop strategies for student performance and results.

ENQUIRIES: Ms A Arosi / Ms A Fortuin Tel No: (022) 482 1143

 

POST:                         SENIOR LECTURER BUSINESS STUDIES (REF NO: WCTVET 15/21  
CONTRACT:             Permanent (PL2)  
SALARY:                   R 328 953 per annum plus benefits as applicable in the Public Service
CENTRE:                   Atlantis Campus

REQUIREMENTS: Matric plus a recognised 3 or 4 year Degree/Diploma in teaching; at least 3 years lecturing experience, preferably in a TVET Sector; accreditation as an Assessor and Moderator would be a strong recommendation; sound communication skills; ability to monitor and facilitate Students and Lecturers’ performance and provide critical feedback in an objective manner; good planning, organising, administration, monitoring and evaluation skills; SACE registration; extensive knowledge of policies governing academic assessment and moderation procedures; sound knowledge of the TVET Colleges landscape DHET policies pertinent to teaching and learning; ability to handle pressure and meet deadlines; strong leadership, communication, monitoring and evaluation, negotiation, networking, reporting, conflict resolution and problem solving skills; strong events and project management skills; ability to manage performance and provide critical feedback in an objective manner; proven track record of successfully managing and coordinating the implementation of planned goals and working with a range of professional colleagues; SACE registration; advanced computer skills (MS Word, MS Excel and PowerPoint); registration with SACE; willing to travel to attend meetings and trainings; a valid driver’s licence is essential as travelling and extended working hours will be required.

DUTIES: Manage registration of students and student induction procedure in co-operation with other line managers; planning of educator work allocation, assisting Campus Manager with compilation of the time table in line with College Teaching and Learning plan; co-ordinate the procurement of the programme’s training needs; provide guidance on syllabi, curriculum and learning outcomes; implement and monitor all policies that impact on learning delivery including examination and certification of students within the department.; create a conducive classroom environment and ensure efficient classroom management and discipline of students; liaise with the Lectures; other programme managers and Student Support Officers in providing support interventions programme to students; manage and facilitate of Students; Work Based Experience (WBE) as well as Lectures Workplace Integrated Learning (WIL); Management of Labour relations Matters. Management of performance appraisal of educators including annual revision of job descriptions.

ENQUIRIES: Ms A Arosi / Ms A Fortuin Tel No: (022) 482 1143

 

POST:                         BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER FOR CENTRE FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP
                                      RAPID INCUBATOR REF NO: WCTVET 16/21  
CONTRACT:             3 Year Fixed Term Contract
SALARY:                   R 257 508 (SL7) per annum
CENTRE:                   Vredenburg Campus

REQUIREMENTS: Matric plus three year recognized tertiary qualification in Business Management or Business Administration or Entrepreneurship or New Venture Creation; must have a valid driver’s license; training; assessor and moderator training will be advantageous; 3-5 years’ experience in managing enterprise development programmes; 3-5 years’ experience in supervision on management level; proven experience in an innovation and manufacturing driven industry or organization. In depth knowledge and understanding of the SMME and incubation industry; new venture creation; working with SMMEs to identify and evaluate new market, new target clients; initiating and complete proposals and presentation for new business opportunities.

DUTIES: Ensures the successful delivery of incubation services at CFERI, effective operation and use of CFERI facilities and achievement of enterprise development goals and objectives; establish and manage relationships with both public and private sector stakeholders, public sector entities, colleges, universities and research institutions for the benefit of SMME’s and the CFERI; the BDO will work intimately with entrepreneurs and start-up companies of CFERI incubation programme with the goal of ensuring effective incubation of innovative technology based ideas and growth of sustainable businesses; encourage an environment of Innovative thinking and commercialisation of innovative ideas; encourage the SMMEs to incorporate innovative methods to their enterprises; provide coaching and mentoring to SMMEs; facilitate training and capacity development for SMME’s; promote relations with stakeholders; liaise with different sector stakeholders and broader business community; collect data and audit business key performance areas and key performance indicators; compile reports; understanding of TVET sector and relevant legislation. Skills and Abilities: Good interpersonal skills; good communication skills; planning and organising; computer literacy; marketing and communication; interpersonal relationship; problem solving; analytical thinking; presentation skills; project management; facilitation; marketing; budgeting skills; strong leadership skills; report writing; innovative, pragmatic, creative, assertive and self-motivated; Project, financial, conflict, strategic, stakeholder and personnel management; integrity and reliability; planning and organising; problem – solving; conflict resolution.

ENQUIRIES: Ms A Arosi / Ms A Fortuin Tel No: (022) 482 1143

POST:                         MARKETING AND ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER FOR CENTRE FOR
                                      ENTREPRENEURSHIP RAPID INCUBATOR REF NO: WCTVET 17/21  
CONTRACT:             3 Year Fixed Term Contract
SALARY:                   R 257 508 (SL 7)
CENTRE:                   Vredenburg Campus

REQUIREMENTS: Matric plus three years Tertiary Qualification in Office Management or Administration and/or Sales and Marketing, (NCV Level 4 or N6); must have a valid driver’s license; 3 – 5 years’ experience in administration, marketing, sales/business development; experience in enterprise development; Project Management experience; knowledge and understanding of the SMME and incubation industry; new venture creation; knowledge of SMME and/or incubation industry; administrative support.

DUTIES: The MAO is responsible for assisting the SMMEs and Rapid Incubator/CfE in all areas of marketing and administration from the development of different elements to their execution.
Administration: To provide administrative support; data capturing; provisioning administration; ordering and dispatching supplies, asset management; to manage the diary of the Centre Manager; to collect and assemble data required to compile reports to funders against centre KPIs; financial management; budgeting, data capturing; to record, organise, store and retrieve information; to perform administrative functions related to the work in the office environment; Deal directly with clients and stakeholders requesting/providing information; render support services to centre clients; determine and arrange matters pertaining to provisioning administration.
Marketing: Marketing of the CfERI; the MOA also be responsible for maintaining the Rapid Incubator/CfERI website and other social media marketing tools and managing enquiries generated by visitors to the website; to assist in marketing incubator clients – marketing plans, market access, public relations; to works with SMMEs/incubatees to identify and evaluate new market, new target clients; to assist in achieving sales targets of the SMMEs/incubatees; to encourage the SMMEs/incubatees to incorporate innovative methods of marketing to their enterprises; to conduct elementary research on matters relating to the marketing function; to make contacts with internal and external stakeholders; to engage with everyone coming into or contacting the centre; to engage with key stakeholders funders, clients, college employees, service providers; to record, organise, storage and retrieval of information; to be responsible administrative functions related to the work in the office environment; deal directly with clients and stakeholders requesting/providing information; to conduct elementary research on matters relating to the marketing function.
Staff Management: To oversees interns, cleaners and security.
Financial Management: To be responsible for the handling of petty cash; to provide input to budgets; to monitor the budget levels by collecting financial data; to be responsible for ordering / despatching supplies.
Stakeholder Management: To establish working relationships with key stakeholders; to participate in forums of key stakeholders; to explore and initiate activities for community engagement; to represent the CfERI publicly to potential partners, funders and stakeholders; to prepare proposals to clients and respond to inquiries/requests from CfERI stakeholders; to serve as a liaison to university, college, and other third-party resources; to engage with the business community.
Relationships: To maintain contacts with internal and external stakeholders; to exchange detailed information with: subordinates; college colleagues; principal; Advisory Board; Funders; supplier’s / service providers; SMMEs; potential beneficiaries; general business community; Sector/industry bodies and stakeholders.
Skills and Abilities: Office management and website maintenance; problem-solving skills, good time-management and organisational skills; strong communication (written, verbal) and interpersonal skills to deal with clients and other stakeholders of the Centre; must have good computer skills in applications such as MS Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. Ability to work independently and in a team; creative, proactive and highly motivated; integrity and reliability;

 ENQUIRIES: Ms A Arosi / Ms A Fortuin Tel No: (022) 482 1143

POST:                         LECTURER: HOSPITALITY REF NO: WCTVETC 18/21
 CONTRACT:           Maternity Replacement (4 Months)
 SALARY:                  R 17 591. 50 per month (PL 1) plus 37% in lieu of benefits
 CENTRE:                 Malmesbury Campus

An appropriate M+3 National Diploma/Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification in Education majoring in Hospitality; national teacher’s qualification; one (1) year experience in teaching Hospitality subjects and teaching in the TVET Sector will be an added advantage; knowledge of theory and practice in the relevant field; sound communication skills; computer literacy is highly recommended; SACE registration compulsory; assessor/moderator qualification and accreditation will be an added advantage; excellent management; administration, time management and organisational skills; good verbal and written communication skills; excellent interpersonal skills; must be able to work under pressure without immediate supervision and adapt to changes in the sector; positive attitude, with ability and willingness to learn; willingness to work after hours as required; must be prepared to work, if need arises, at any of the college campuses; must be prepared to take and implement instructions delegated by supervisors/managers.

DUTIES: Lecturer Report 191 (Nated) N4 – N6; Promote quality teaching and learning; monitor student performance; Lesson planning and preparation; provide academic support to learners; conduct practical training; create an environment that is conducive to learning; administration; keep and maintain learner records and learner attendance records; classroom management and supervision; set conduct and mark evaluations and assessments and provide feedback to students; perform examination-related duties; maintain discipline and safety of learners at all times; assist with additional academic support programmes; Attend relevant training workshops and apply where necessary; keep up to date with the latest developments in field of study; support work based placement and exposure for educators and learners.

ENQUIRIES: Ms A Arosi / Ms A Fortuin Tel No: (022) 482 1143

POST:                         LECTURER TOURISM REF NO: WCTVET 19/21  
CONTRACT:            Maternity Replacement (4 Months)
  SALARY:                 R 17 591. 50 per month (PL 1) plus 37% in lieu of benefits
CENTRE:                    Vredenburg Campus

REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate M+ 3 National Diploma/Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification in Education or any relevant field majoring in Tourism subjects; working experience on teaching Tourism in the Education sector will be an added advantage; knowledge of theory and practice in the relevant field; sound communication skills; computer literacy is highly recommended; registration with SACE is Compulsory.

DUTIES: The successful candidate(s) will be required to lecture and assess NCV and report 191; management of students and administrative records; classroom/workshop facilitation; facilitate specified subjects on the levels required; report to management from time to time; ensure provisioning of quality education and training in line with the College/DHET requirements; assess students’ performance; liaise with students, parents and other relevant stakeholders; support student development; monitor the students in the workplace.

ENQUIRES: Ms A Arosi / Ms A Fortuin (022) 482 11 43

POST:                         LECTURER ENGINEERING RELATED DESIGN REF NO: WCTVET 20/20
CONTRACT:             Permanent
SALARY:                   R 211 098 (PL1) per annum plus benefits as applicable in the Public Service
CENTRE:                   Vredenburg Campus

REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate M+ 3 National Diploma/Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification in Education or any relevant field majoring in Engineering subjects; working experience on teaching Engineering Related Design in the Education sector will be an added advantage. Knowledge of theory and practice in the relevant field. Sound communication skills; computer literacy is highly recommended; registration with SACE is Compulsory.

DUTIES: The successful candidate(s) will be required to lecture and assess NCV and report 191; management of students and administrative records; classroom/workshop facilitation; facilitate specified subjects on the levels required; report to management from time to time; ensure provisioning of quality education and training in line with the College/DHET requirements; assess students’ performance; liaise with students, parents and other relevant stakeholders; support student development; monitor the students in the workplace.

ENQUIRES: Ms A Arosi / Ms A Fortuin (022) 482 11 43

POST:                         LECTURER LO ICT/ODP/ COMPUTER PRACTICE REF NO: WCTVET 21/20  
CONTRACT:             Permanent
SALARY:                   R 211 098 (PL1) per annum plus benefits as applicable in the Public Service
CENTRE:                   Vredenburg Campus

REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate M+ 3 National Diploma/Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification in Education or any relevant field majoring in Life Orientation ICT/ ODP/ Computer Practice; working experience in the Education sector will be an added advantage; knowledge of theory and practice in the relevant field; sound communication skills. Computer literacy is highly recommended; registration with SACE is Compulsory.

DUTIES: The successful candidate(s) will be required to lecture and assess NCV and report 191; management of students and administrative records; classroom/workshop facilitation; facilitate specified subjects on the levels required; report to management from time to time; ensure provisioning of quality education and training in line with the College/DHET requirements; assess students’ performance; liaise with students, parents and other relevant stakeholders; support student development; monitor the students in the workplace.

ENQUIRIES: Ms A Arosi / Ms A Fortuin Tel No: (022) 482 1143

POST:                         PUBLIC RELATIONS & COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER REF NO. WCTVETC 22/21
CONTRACT:             Permanent
SALARY:                   R257 508 (SL7) per annum plus benefits as applicable in the Public Service
CENTRE:                   Central Office, Malmesbury

REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate M +3 National Diploma/Bachelor’s Degree in Public Relations/ Journalism/ Communication Science/ Marketing; minimum of 3 years working experience in field of communication; a valid driver’s license; applicant must possess the following skills: report writing; verbal and written communication; client orientation and customer focus; networking and relationship building; ethical behavior; honesty and integrity; ability to work effectively under pressure; ability to maintain high level of confidentiality of information and respect copyrights/aversion to plagiarism. Must be prepared to work, if the need arises, at any of the college campuses; must be prepared to take and implement instructions delegated by supervisors/managers.

DUTIES: Arrange and provide support to outreach internal programmes of the College; write articles for the internal newsletter and website; market the College services and maintain positive relations of the College with its stakeholders including the media; manage all the marketing and promotional material of the College; package and disseminate information for the exhibition and road shows; promote a positive image of the College; develop effective information, education and communication material; support communication activities and events of internal and external project partners; ensure the dissemination of electronic and hard copy materials to relevant stakeholders; ensure document management support and storage of communication materials and equipment.

 ENQUIRES: Ms A Arosi / Ms A Fortuin (022) 482 11 43

 POST:                         SUPPLY CHAIN OFFICER REF NO. WCTVETC 23/21
 CONTRACT:            Permanent
 SALARY:                   R257 508 (SL7) per annum plus benefits as applicable in the Public Service
 CENTRE:                  Central Office, Malmesbury

 REQUIREMENTS: Matric certificate plus recognized three‐year degree/diploma or equivalent qualification; 3-5 years’ relevant experience in Finance or Supply Chain Management and 2 years’ supervisory experience; knowledge of the TVET sector procurement processes, rules and regulations; understanding of the PFMA, Treasury Regulations and other related prescripts; good verbal and written communication skills; interpersonal relations, time management, office management and administration skills; good computer literacy in Microsoft Office Suite and accounting systems; ability to work under pressure and deliver to tight deadlines; a Valid code 8 driver’s license.

 DUTIES: Ensure compliance with procurement policy; ensure compliance with provisions of the PFMA Act, Treasury Regulations and Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act (PPPFA); assist end users with timeous development of the specifications / terms of reference for sourcing of quotes and bids; assist end users with compilation of demand management and procurement plans; consolidate relevant reports and review demand management plans; conduct market and variance analysis, commodities, procurement of goods, services and works within the College by means of quotations and bids; maintenance of effective systems and procedures for the procurement of goods and services; compilation of bid documents; advertisement of bids, opening of bid/tender box, registration of bid offers in bid registers, coordination and attendance of briefing sessions, evaluation sessions, take minutes, interpret and analyses comparative schedules; prepare submissions and reports to Bid Committees; provision of support to clients, Bid Committees and supervisors; coordination of bid related matters with end users; ensure that internal control measures are adhered to; ensure compliance with policies and procedures of the College; work closely with supervisors to ensure that the procurement of goods and services are valid, accurate and complete; support the management and monitoring of the procurement function of the College; prepare management information, reports, statistics and reporting on procurement to management; supervision of staff.    

 ENQUIRES: Ms A Arosi / Ms A Fortuin (022) 482 11 43

 POST                         RESEARCH CO – ORDINATOR REF NO. WCTVETC 24/21
 CONTRACT:           Permanent
 SALARY:                  R 316 791 (SL 8) per annum plus benefits as applicable in the Public Service
 CENTRE:                  Central Office, Malmesbury

 REQUIREMENTS:       Post graduate degree in a related field preferred or equivalent combination of education and experience; minimum one year research experience; minimum two – four years’ in program coordination; facilitation skills; program coordination and volunteer management skills; communication and interpersonal skills; fluency in English; computer competency including proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point; familiarity with data storage and analysis systems; familiarity with compiling and editing audio files is an asset.

 DUTIES: Plan and coordinates the initiation of research study protocol; the establishment of operating policies and procedures; promotes research capacity building among researchers and other stakeholder;  prepares research ethics board applications; plans, implements, and maintains data collection and analysis systems in support of research protocol; may coordinate the collection and analysis of research data; ensures the smooth and efficient day-to-day operation of research and data collection activities; acts as the primary administrative point of contract for internal research staff and as the principle operational liaison for other research organization, funding agencies and regulating bodies; recruits, instructs, and coordinates research subjects and volunteers, as appropriate to specific study objectives and work scope; supervises and coordinates the provision of support services to researchers and the academic office; monitors the progress of research activities; develops and maintains records of research activities, prepares periodic and ad hoc reports as required by the Deputy Principal Academic, administrators, funding agencies, and/or regular advisory bodies; plans and coordinates regular advisory board and steering committee meetings; to implement quality control process throughout the conduct of the trial and Draft research budget & monitor the expenses.

ENQUIRES: Ms A Arosi / Ms A Fortuin (022) 482 11 43