SALARY: R201 387 – R357 072 per annum. (Salary will be determined in accordance with experience as per OSD determination). The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.
REQUIREMENTS: An LLB Degree or 4 year recognized legal qualification; Appropriate post qualification legal experience; Knowledge of legislation on promotion and protection of human rights; Knowledge of the South African Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Interpretation of Statutes, Civil Litigation and Intergovernmental Relations Framework; Provision of the Legal Opinions; A valid driver’s license.
SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES: Legal Research; Interpersonal skills; Dispute Resolution; Report writing; Project Management; Computer literacy; Legal Drafting Skills;
KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: Draft legal documents and give legal advice) on the legislation relating to Vulnerable Groups; Respond to petitions, Manage complaints from civil Society and other Government Departments on issues and legislation relating to Vulnerable Groups; Manage and liaise with various stakeholders in the Justice Crime Prevention and Security cluster; Facilitate Public Education on Vulnerable Groups legislation; Coordinate the implementation of relevant legislation relating to promotion and protection of human rights; Provide secretariat support in the different Forum established to enhance effective implementation of various Legislation relating to Vulnerable Groups.
ENQUIRIES: Ms. Mongalo M.P (015) 287 2037
Ms. Manyaja P.M (015) 287 2026
APPLICATIONS: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your application to: Postal address: The Regional Head, Department of Justice & Constitutional Development, Private Bag x9526, Polokwane 0700 OR Physical address: Reception area, Limpopo Regional Office, 92 Bok Street, Polokwane, 0700.
CLOSING DATE: 22 AUG 2022
Applications must be submitted on the
Application for Employment form (Z83) – please print or obtain it from any Public Service department. Your application should be accompanied by certified copies of qualifications, a driver’s license and a CV (where applicable).
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