|Location||Johannesburg, South Africa|
|Date Posted||November 20, 2019|
Construction / Facilities
TASK 17 000: CDC CORPORATE MANAGEMENT
SUB-TASK D: Human Capital Solutions
JOB DESCRIPTION: Training Facilitator: Brick layering & Plastering (C0nstruction) -1 year contract
The Training Facilitator: Brick layering & Plastering is accountable to the Executive Manager: Corporate Services through the Unit Head: Coega Skills Development Centre
The Training Facilitator: Brick layering & Plastering is mandated to take responsibility for the facilitation of training courses specific to his/her trade and or ay related training offered by the Centre.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND OBLIGATIONS:
Primary responsibilities and obligations of the position entail the following:
– Training design and development
– Training facilitation for the following:
- Skills Programmes
- Short courses
- Health and Safety
- First Aid – Basic Level
– Assessment of learners’ institutional and experiential learning –Work Integrated Learning Component
– Placement of learners in workplaces for experiential training and managing thereof
– Input in the recruitment of learners
– Design, implement and manage activities that enhance the learning environment
– Interpret, formulate and implement the best practices and standards as applicable to training and development
– Ensure that compliance to the quality requirements as stipulated by the QCTO and CDC
– Keep proper, accurate and updated training records according to the guidelines provided by CDC.
– Through his/her immediate supervisor keep Centre Management informed of all issues arising relating to their duties that could have adverse impact on training activities and or the Centre.
– Provide specialist advice to Centre Management
Furthermore, you are to ensure that:
- You are aware of and have access to the CDC’s SHEMS;
- You are aware of your responsibilities and duties as laid out in the CDC’s SHEMS;
- You are aware that you work in a safe and environmentally friendly manner;
- You ensure that the company’s housekeeping standards are maintained throughout your area of responsibility;
- You report any unsafe conditions or acts which you cannot rectify yourself to your SHE representative or to the Senior SHE Project Manager as soon as possible;
- You report all SHE incidents which occur within your area of responsibility promptly and in the correct format;
- You are totally familiar with your responsibilities in terms of the CDC’s emergency plan;
- You communicate to the Senior SHE Project Manager any required changes to the SHEMS prior to implementing these changes;
- You timeously complete and correctly record any corrective action which needs to be taken in order to rectify a SHE matter;
- You give full co-operation to, and participate in (as required), the CDC’s internal and external SHEMS audits.
You have the authority to:
- Immediately stop any person(s) on CDC property from committing an unsafe or destructive act or omission;
- Take whatever immediate steps you deem necessary to prevent injury or environmental damage when confronted with an unsafe or destructive condition.
Additionally, ensure that:
- During your period of employment and subsequent thereto, you shall keep confidential and shall not make use of, directly or indirectly, and shall not disclose any of the CDC’s trade secrets or confidential information or those of its subsidiary or associate companies or those of other persons who have made disclosures to the CDC under conditions of confidentiality, other than to persons authorised by the CDC or those employed by the CDC who are required to know such secrets or to have such information for the purpose of their employment with the CDC.
- You shall not, without the written permission of the CEO, be directly or indirectly employed for gain in any business or pursuit other than that of the CDC. Such permission will be granted only if the CEO is satisfied that the activity is not in conflict with the CDC’s interests, and that the Employee’s ability to fulfil his/her duties to the CEO satisfaction will not be impaired.
- It is conditional that you and/or no immediate relative or member of my household be employed by an organisation in direct competition with the CDC, without the CDC’s written approval. The CDC reserves the right to enquire as to the place of employment of my spouse or any member of my household.
You will abide by the CDC Code of Conduct and Ethics Policy which seeks to codify the expected ethical behaviour from me, to meet the ideal of good corporate governance
ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE POST:
The incumbent must possess the following:
- Grade 12 certificate or equivalent
- Minimum of N2 qualification in the applicable trade
- Related Trade Test Certificate (Red Seal)
- Training Facilitator Certificate
- Assessor Certificate
- Minimum of 3 years’ experience as a Training Facilitator at an accredited institution
PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS OF THE POST:
- Qualified as an assessor
- Have at least Level 1 Basic First Aid Certificate
- At least Code 8 Driver’s License
- At least average computer literacy
- Ability and experience in couching and mentoring
- Ability and experience in teaching life skills that includes financial literacy, time management, HIV and AIDS and Basic First AID
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE POST:
- The nature of work inherent to this position necessitates that the incumbent be physically fit.
SPECIAL CONDITIONS ATTACHED TO THE POST (Specify):
- Willingness to work away from home for prolonged periods
- Comfortable and willing to work onsite (Projects Sites) in rural areas
- Able and willing to work at heights
- Able and willing to work in all weather conditions provided the conditions are not detrimental to his/her well-being
How To Apply:
To Apply For Coega: Training Facilitator: Construction, All Applications Must Be Forwarded To [email protected]