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ROAD WORKERS (x37 POSTS) AT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS LIMPOPO PROVINCE | APPLY BY 07 OCT

Job vacancies for the posts of ROAD WORKERS have arisen in the Department of Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure in the Limpopo Province, South Africa.

ROAD WORKER (X37 POSTS)

Component: Roads Infrastructure Maintenance

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SALARY                                 

  • R124 434 per annum (Level 03)

CENTRE                                 

  • Ref No: S.4/3/10/52- Capricorn (X5 Posts)
  • Ref No: S.4/3/10/53 – Mopani (X3 Posts)
  • Ref No: S.4/3/10/54 – Sekhukhune (X11 Posts)
  • Ref No: S.4/3/10/55 – Waterberg (X18 Posts)

REQUIREMENTS                 

  • An undergraduate qualification (NQF level 02) as recognized by South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).
  • Experience in road maintenance will be an added advantage.

Competencies:

  • Job Knowledge,
  • Communication,
  • Interpersonal relations,
  • Flexibility,
  • Teamwork,
  • Accuracy,
  • Aptitude of Figures,
  • Computer Literacy,
  • Planning and Organisation and Good verbal and written communication skills.

DUTIES                      

Perform routine activities in respect of road maintenance and or construction through inter alia the following:

  • Construction of culvert and side drains,
  • Erect and maintain steel guardrails and gabions,
  • Construction of road earth and layer works,
  • Clean and maintain roads, sidewalks and resting areas,
  • Surfacing and pothole patching,
  • Road fencing and pipe laying,
  • Setting of road markings and road studies,
  • Install road signs, distance markers and barricade the work area,
  • Crushing of road material, Bush clearing and grass cutting.

Application Guidelines

APPLICATIONS                    

  • Department of Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure: For Head Office: Private Bag X9490 Polokwane 0700 or hand delivered at Works Tower Building, No. 43 Church Street, Polokwane, 0699.
  • For Capricorn District: Private Bag X9378, Polokwane 0700 or hand deliver at 15 Landros Mare Street, next to Correctional Services.
  • For Mopani District: Private Bag X576, Giyani 0826 or hand deliver at 570 Parliamentary Building, Giyani.
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  • For Sekhukhune District: Private Bag X02 Chuenespoort, 0745 or hand deliver at Lebowakgomo Zone A, next to traffic department.
  • For Vhembe District: Private Bag X2248, Sibasa, 0970 or hand deliver at Cnr. Traffic and Raluswielo Street, Sibasa.
  • For Waterberg District: Private Bag X1028 Modimolle, 0510 or hand deliver at Cnr. Thabo Mbeki & Elias Motsoaledi Street.

ENQUIRIES

  • For Capricorn District: Ms. Welhemina Mohale/ Mr Solomon Netshia Tel No: 015 287 5600,
  • For Sekhukhune District: Ms. Constance Makalela/ Mr. Malema Mathabatha Tel No: 015 632 8300/8330
  • For Waterberg District: Ms Carol Modiba / Ms. Palesa Hlaole Tel No: 014 718 3000/3040/3052/3027,
  • For Mopani District: Mr. Mzamani Mashibyi/ Ms Mabunda KS Tel No: 015 811 4000/4070/4075

FOR ATTENTION                  

  • For Head Office posts: Director- HR Services; For District posts: District Director.

NOTE                                      

No payment of any kind is required when applying for this post.

“Candidates who are not in possession of the stipulated registration requirements, may also apply. Such candidates will only be considered for appointment on condition that proof of application for registration to register with the relevant council and proof of payment of the prescribed registration fees to the relevant council are submitted with their job application/on appointment”.

CLOSING DATE                    

  • Deadline is 07 October 2022 at 16:00

APPLICATIONS                    

Please note

  • Applications must be accompanied by a Z83 form (DOWNLOAD HERE), or obtainable from any Public Service Department.
  • Applications must include recent updated comprehensive CV, certified copies of all qualifications, academic record and ID document.
  • Successful candidates will also be subjected to security clearance processes. The successful candidate will be appointed subject to positive results of the security clearance process.
  • The successful candidate will be required to enter into an employment contract, sign an annual performance agreement and annually disclose her or his financial interests.
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  • Failure to submit the requested documents / information will result in your application not being considered.
  • It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA).
  • All applicants are required to declare any conflict or perceived conflict of interest, to disclose memberships of Boards and directorships that they may be associated with.
  • The incumbent must be able to obtain a Top Secret clearance within a year after being appointed subject to positive results of the security clearance process.

  • Applicants will be expected to be available for selection interviews and assessments at a time, date and place as determined by the Department.
  • Applicants who do not receive confirmation or feedback within 3 (three) months after the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful.
  • Due to the large volume of responses anticipated, receipt of applications will not be acknowledged and correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only.
  • For more information on the job description(s) please contact the person indicated in the post details.

Available Vacancies

  • The link we provide below downloads the entire job circular.

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