GROUNDSMAN (REF NO: KZNCETC/06/2020) USIZUZULU CLC


GROUNDSMAN (REF NO: KZNCETC/06/2020) USIZUZULU CLC

SALARY : R102 534 per annum (Level 02)

CENTRE : Usizuzulu Community Learning Centre (Vryheid)

REQUIREMENTS: A Grade 10 qualification will serve as an advantage in Basic literacy, numeracy, and communication skills. Be able to read and write. The ability to operate elementary machines and equipment. Willing to work extended hours, when necessary.

DUTIES: Core Functions: Render cleaning duties of routine nature by utilizing a variety of aids within the surroundings of the workplace. Perform gardening functions. Reporting of losses and damages during the execution of duties. Render cleaning services in order to maintain high hygiene in and around the work area.

ENQUIRIES: Mr. N Dlamini Tel No: (031) 350 4377 / (031) 350 4367

APPLICATIONS: Applications have to be addressed to the attention of The Deputy Principal: Corporate Services, KwaZulu Natal CET College 17 Kosi Place, Springfield, Durban, 4001. It is preferred that due to COVID 19 Regulations, Applications be submitted online to [email protected], quoting the reference number on the subject line.

NOTE: Candidates who wish to apply must forward recently certified copies (not copies of certified copies) of qualifications, ID copy, driver’s license, a comprehensive CV, and fully completed Z83 forms (obtainable from all Government Departments), clearly indicating the post being applied for, quoting the relevant reference number on the Z83. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that his/her foreign qualifications have been verified by the South African Qualifications Authority and DHET. Due to the large number of applications anticipated; correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates. The applicants who have not been contacted within 3 months after the closing date should regard their applications as unsuccessful. The College reserves the right not to fill posts

CLOSING DATE: 11 December 2020 at 16:00

SECURITY OFFICER REF NO: KZNCETC/04/2020