The Office of the Chief Justice is hiring and invites applications for the vacancy: TELECOM OPERATOR REF NO: 2023/225/OCJ.
CLOSING DATE: 19 June 2023 at 16:00
SALARY: R202 233 – R235 611 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
CENTRE: Constitutional Court: Braamfontein
REQUIREMENTS: Matric certificate. Basic Computer Certificate will serve as an advantage. 1 years’ experience in administration will be an added advantage.
Generic competencies: Problem solving, organizing, client orientation, conflict management skills and customer focus.
Having communication skills both written and verbal is vital. Having attention to detail is essential. Sound Telephone Etiquette. Applicant must have initiatives skills and be flexible.
Technical competencies: Knowledge of Office of the Chief Justice Legislation and operations will be an advantage. People with disability are encouraged to apply.
DUTIES: Provide a switchboard service to all clients. Answer, transfer and direct incoming calls in a timely manner using an updated telephone list.
Updated with daily activities and Office of the Chief Justice Policy and procedures to respond to the clients. Update, maintain accurate contacts and information list of services, departments, staff members and application requirements.
Report faults on telephone lines to the Information Services unit within the Department. Attend to emergency/high priority calls and forward calls to relevant business units or send the message through emails.
Assist with any telephone related duties required by management. Provide highest level of prompt and friendly response related to switchboard queries. Facilitate courier services.
Technical Related Enquiries: Mr. M Nonyama Tel No: (011) 359 7590
HR Related Enquiries: Mr. A Khadambi Tel No: (010) 493 2527
APPLICATIONS: National Office Midrand/Constitutional Court: Braamfontein: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: The Director: Human Resources, Office of the Chief Justice, Private Bag X10, Marshalltown, 2107
Or hand deliver applications to the Office of the Chief Justice, Human Resource Management, 188, 14th Road, Noordwyk, Midrand, 1685.
NOTE/ Instruction: Applications must include only TWO (2) documents. A completed and signed new Z83 Form, obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) website link: https://www.dpsa.gov.za/newsroom/psvc/ and a detailed Curriculum Vitae.
Certified copies of Identity Document, Grade 12 Certificate and the highest required qualifications as well as a driver’s licence where necessary, will only be submitted by shortlisted candidates to Human Resources on or before the day of the interview date.
Failure to do so will result in your application being disqualified. Foreign qualifications must be accompanied by an evaluation report issued by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).
Failure to fully complete, initial and sign this form may lead to disqualification of the application during the selection process.
Only shortlisted candidates will be required to submit certified copies of qualifications and other related documents on or before the day of the interview following the communication from Human Resources and such qualification(s) and other related document(s) will be in line with the requirements of the advert.
Applicants who do not comply with the above-mentioned instruction/ requirements, as well as applications received late will not be considered.
The Department does not accept applications via email or fax.
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