The City of Johannesburg (CoJ), Economic Development Department has the following job opportunities available for a period NOT exceeding twelve (12) months and these will be located in the following Regions: (A: Kya Sands, C: Florida/Roodepoort, D: Klipspruit, F: Aeroton and G: Lenasia)
The department is inviting unemployed individuals to apply to provide various services within the Priority Economic Zones (PEZ). We encourage people living closer to the mentioned PEZ to apply accordingly. The suitable candidates will be required to assist with general work, litter picking, public education, patrolling.
Salary Range: R3 200 pm (monthly stipend)
- To pick litter in the PEZ;
- Do public awareness on waste management;
- Perform any other duties as delegated by supervisor (applies to all responsibilities).
Grade 8 or higher
Good Interpersonal Skills -writing and verbal communication skills.
Leading Competencies: Collaborative/Teamwork & Accountability. Emotional intelligence. Sound judgement. Work independently and under pressure.
Core Competencies: Customer and Service Delivery Management (Batho Pele) Ethics, HR Values and CoJ Values, Integrity and Professionalism Impact and Influence and Confidentiality.
How to apply
All applications will be through the website using this link:
Minimum of Grade 10/standard 8 or Abet Level 4 . 0 -2 years cleaning experience. Hospital Cleaning experience will be an added advantage. Good communication skills. Ability to effectively use cleaning machines and materials. Possess physical strength, be in good health and able to cope with physical demands of the post. Be prepared to work shifts including weekends and public holidays. Be prepared to rotate to different areas that require cleaning. Be able to work in a team environment.
Clean wards, offices, showers, toilets, passages, lifts etc. Dust, wash walls and windows, sweep, scrub and polish floors. Prepare board rooms. Operate heavy duty/industrial cleaning machines. Keep equipment’s clean. Remove medical and general waste. Safe keeping and control of cleaning equipment’s and materials. Sort, count, Pack and prepare linen. Adhere to occupational health and safety and Infection control policies. cleaning of equipment’s, changing of curtains, and Perform any other duties delegated by the supervisor.
.It is legislative requirement that all newly appointed staff members are subjected to Personnel Suitability Check(PSC)- Verification, upon appointment within the department. This verification processes entails reference checks, identity verification, qualification verification, criminal records checks. Successful candidates will be subjected to OHS medical surveillance as required by HBA regulations within OHS Act 85 of 1993.
Employer : Department of Health
The Special Social Relief of Distress Grant, the amount to be paid to qualifying applications will be R350 per month from May – October 2020.
The qualifying criteria for the special Social Relief of Distress of R350 per month for distressed individuals is as follows:
– The grant will be available to South African Citizen.
– Permanent Resident or Refugee registered on the Home Affairs system; who are resident within the borders of the Republic of South Africa.
Applicants must be:
– Above the age of 18;
– Not receiving any income;
– Not receiving any social grant;
– Not receiving any unemployment insurance benefit and does not qualify to receive unemployment insurance benefits;
– Not receiving a stipend from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme; and
– Not resident in a government funded or subsidised institution.
Prospective Applicants will need to provide the following compulsory information for processing of their applications:
– Identity Number/Department of Home permit;
– Name and Surname as captured in the ID (and initials);
– Gender and Disability;
– Banking details – Bank Name and Account Number;
– Contact details – Cell phone number;
– Proof of Residential Address;
In terms of Application process, an application for social relief of distress or a social grant may be lodged electronically over and above any other available means of lodging such applications. The measures applicable include sending a WhatsApp message to 0600 123 456 and selecting SASSA or an E-mail to [email protected]. We are still finalising additional access channels and including SMS, self-help desks and online application process.
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