Salary Scale: R 417 552 – R 491 847 pa (Excluding Service Benefits): Salary Level 10
A recognised three-year degree or equivalent tertiary qualification (REQV)
An appropriate teaching qualification
A minimum of six (6) years relevant experience at a TVET (or similar) institution, of which at least two (2) years at a management level
A valid Code EB (08) – at least - driver’s licence
Computer literacy that includes Mocrosft Office suite (Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook)
Qualification as Assessor AND Moderator.
Competencies and Personal Attributes
A sound knowledge of the latest developments and transformational issues within the TVET college sector
Extensive experience in manging people, especially staff members, students, their parents, employers, Government entities and other stakeholders
Experience in the development, planning, implementation and reporting on budgets, the management of finances, the management of infrastructure and facilities, ICT, MIS (data and information management), student campus life as well as aspects of occupational health and safety at the site
Management and control of the academic activities at the campus
Coordination of student governance and extra-curricular activities
Sound knowledge of SETA, QCTO, Umalusi and NEA – examinations and assessment - processes
Highly result oriented and self-driven
Organising and problem-solving qualities
High quality report-writing and presentation skills
Good communication (verbal and written) skills
Strategic planning abilities.
Key Performance Areas
Conduct internal and external stakeholder workshop
Liaise with the Academic Manager and Heads of Divisions HoDs to facilitate a two-way exchange that facilitates academic performance delivery
Market at networking events and campus functions
Respond to internal and external opportunities to promote the campus and maintain stakeholder relations and partnerships
Actively advocate, support and facilitate student and staff workplace integrated learning (WIL)
Compile with the annual campus income, expenditure and capital budgets and monitor actual performance
Secure, manage and maintain fixed and moveable property of the campus
Manage campus security.
Establish and maintain campus administration systems
Authorise and recommend expediture against the budget for the procurement of goods and services.
Procure goods and services for the campus
Manage the human resources of the campus, including on Labour Relations and Staff Wellness matters Establish and maintain effective programme administration systems on the campus
Oversee the compilation of the timetable and resolve timetable conflicts
Monitor the delivery of programmes
Facilitate the provision of a holistic and effectively supported learning experience for students.