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Are You Interested In Community Development Work? 50 Community Development Work Vacancies At The Department Of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA): KwaZulu-Natal

Are You Interested In Community Development Work? 50 Community Development Work Vacancies At The Department Of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA): KwaZulu-Natal


The successful candidates will be required to liaise, co-ordinate, mobilise, inform and assist communities with  access to services provided by Government and to assist communities to identify and communicate their needs to  Government at National, Provincial and Local Government level to bring government closer to the people.


Are You Interested In Community Development Work? 50 Community Development Work Vacancies At The Department Of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA): KwaZulu-Natal

REQUIREMENTS: 

The ideal candidate must be in possession of a minimum Grade 12, a qualification in Community Development  Work will be an added advantage, experience in Community Development Work, including but not limited to  volunteering in community development projects and practices. 

ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES REQUIRED: 

The successful candidate must have: – Basic knowledge of government processes Knowledge of Community  Development and Municipal Structures Good interpersonal skills and must be sensitive towards the communities  where they will be rendering services Report writing skills Good communication skills (verbal and written)  The ability to act tactfully and with discretion Computer Literacy. 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: The successful candidates will be required to liaise, co-ordinate, mobilise, inform and assist communities with  access to services provided by Government and to assist communities to identify and communicate their needs to  Government at National, Provincial and Local Government level to bring government closer to the people with the  following key responsibilities:- Inform and assist communities with access to the services provided by government  structures Determine the needs of communities and communicate these needs to the relevant government structures  Promote networks and enhance the activities of existing local governance structures and other stakeholders (CBW,  NGO’s, etc) aimed at improved service delivery Compile reports and documents as required, on progress, issues  attended to, actions taken and outcomes Keep records of all services rendered by government and the processes  and mechanisms to access those services

DEADLINE: 12 April 2024

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