Full Time Tshwane University of Technology in Educational Institutions
  • Post Date: Aug 5, 2022
  • Apply Before : Aug 12, 2022
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Job Details

  • Qualifications doctorate
  • Industry Education, training & skills development
  • Reference REF NO:22/124
  • Enquiries
    Enquiries: Ms. N Wagemaker Contact number: (012) 382 4864
  • Where to submit application
    Send your CV to: [email protected]
  • Notes
    DEPARTMENT: EMPLOYEE RELATIONS DIRECTORATE: HUMAN RESOURCES AND TRANSFORMATION (HR&T) INSTRUCTIONS: • Applicants are required Comprehensive CV’s together a Standardized Application form available from the university intranet • Certified copies of all degree certificates. All applications with internationals qualifications are required to submit a SAQA evaluation certificates. • A detailed motivation regarding your suitability for the position for which you are applying, as well as how you meet each of the stipulated requirements. • A brief statement setting out your vision for the relevant position. • The names and contact details of three (3) work- related referees, one of which should preferably be your current or recent line manager • Failure to comply with this instruction will disqualify the candidate. NB: If we have not responded within a month of the closing date, you should regard your application as unsuccessful. Correspondence will be entered into only with short-listed candidates. The university reserves the right not to make an appointment. Candidates will be required to undergo psychometric tests and any other simulation interventions. Candidates are also required to complete the application form for employment. The application form is available on the university’s website, share point and the university’s intranet.

Job Description

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS 1. Academic Qualification A Four year Labour Relations, Labour Law or Industrial Relations qualification with 480 Credits on a NQF level 8. 2. Experience: At least three years relevant specialised experience in an employment relations environment. 3. Knowledge and Skills • Proven knowledge of South African labour legislation; • Understanding and experience of the following ER processes and procedures ? CCMA, and Labour Court procedures; ? Advanced knowledge of facilitation, mediation, conciliation and arbitration procedures; ? Collective bargaining, negotiations and collective agreements; ? Conflict dispute resolutio • Knowledge of employment contracts and employment labour law; • Knowledge of labour economics and remuneration principles. • Advanced knowledge of facilitation, mediation, conciliation and arbitration procedures. • Problem solving and communication skills. 4. Recommended: • Exposure to ER practices in a Higher Education environment; • A relevant LLB qualification. 5. Critical Key Performance Areas 5.1 Employment relations consulting/coaching ? Build and maintain constructive relationships with line managers, staff, internal and external ER partners; ? Advise and coach line managers and staff on the interpretation, application and implementation of HR policies/procedures/processes/systems pertaining to: ? Employment Relations policy and procedures; ? Grievances and disciplinary procedures; ? Dispute resolution; ? Implementation of collective agreements; ? Monitor and evaluate the relationship between staff and management; ? Monitor the implementation of Employment Relations policy and procedure and ensure compliance to legal requirements; ? Facilitate the preparation of cases for pre arbitration, CCMA and Labour Court; ? Representation at CCMA and facilitate Labour Court cases; ? Ensure capacity building and training of line managers in Employment Relations. 5.2 Implementation of ER policies, procedures and collective agreements ? Interpret the collective bargaining agreement with regard to salaries, benefits, employment relations practices and other contractual stipulations. ? Assist in compiling the annual negotiation schedule. ? Assist in preparation/information gathering during collective bargaining: ? Obtains, compiles and provides supporting information relating to affordability, economics/costs, comparisons with local or national market or tertiary institutions, staff and salary statistics; ? Updates cost calculations as negotiations progresses based on management’s mandate and unions’ demands. ? Keep abreast of latest labour legislation developments and provide relevant advisory services to employees and management. ? Provide pro-active advice to management based on trends analysis and best practices. ? Implement collective agreements. ? Coordinate all collective engagement structures. ? Advises on the implementation of employment and CCMA awards and agreements. ? Conduct research into Labour/Employment Relations trends, awards and national issues and update advice given to the institution. 5.3 Implementation and management of Dispute Resolution Processes ? Advise on preventative conflict resolution strategies to minimise or prevent referrals. ? Facilitate fair service conditions which are defined and agreed upon by all relevant stakeholders ? Counsel labour and/or managers to prevent or resolve disputes over collective agreements or other IR related issues. ? Scheduling of Grievances and Disciplinary Hearings ? Advise on legally correct procedures during grievances and disciplinary hearings ? Advise and support staff on their rights in the event of grievances and disciplinary procedures.

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