Department of Social Development : Assistant Director - Monitoring and Evaluation
The purpose of this position is to monitor, assess and report on departmental programme performance. The successful incumbent must possess the following personal attributes: Creative, analytical and strategic thinking. This position is based in Cape Town.
- An appropriate 3-year B-Degree
- A minimum of 3 years’ experience in an Administration; Monitoring and Evaluation; Programme and Project management environment.
Key Performance Areas
- Develop and implement departmental performance monitoring and reporting processes
- Develop and maintain an organisation wide monitoring and reporting framework in line with the government and provincial-wide monitoring and evaluation systems
- Contribute to the development and maintenance of performance indicators and monitoring frameworks: Provide support and guidance on the development of performance and outcome indicators as they relate to departmental, provincial and government-wide requirements
- Monitor the implementation of the service delivery improvement plans (SDIPs): Monitor and report on SDIPs quarterly
- Facilitate the Department’s MPAT process: Develop and maintain a standard operating procedure for the department’s MPAT process in collaboration with the Department of the Premier
- Provide support and guidance in the management of Provincial Project Management and Information systems (BizSuite: BizProjects, BizPerformance, BizBrain): Assist with the compilation and maintenance of the department-specific PPM norms, standards and operating procedures.
Knowledge of the following:
- Applicable policies
- legislation, guidelines, standards, procedures and best practices
- Public service procedures
- Policy formulation
- Policy analysis
- Monitoring and evaluation
- Information and knowledge management
- Dispute resolution/conflict management
- Ability to interpret and apply relevant policies and procedures
- Project management skills
- Global, regional and local political, economic and social affairs impacting on the Western Cape Government
- Communication (written and verbal) skills in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape.
Send CV and motivation letter to [email protected] by 24 May 2019.
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