Registry Clerk Vacancy for the Support Services Directorate at the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform

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The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform is now accepting applications from everyone to be their Registry Clerk to be placed at the Support Services Directorate. If you have a passion to work with and meet new people every day, this job may be the ideal career path for you. Read on to find out how to apply for this Registry Clerk vacancy for the Support Services Directorate at the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform and qualifications needed to be considered.

Job Description

Please, remember to indicate the reference number for this Registry Clerk vacancy for the Support Services Directorate at the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform in your application letter. It is 3/2/1/2018/161. The successful incumbent will be stationed in KwaZulu-Natal (Richards Bay District). This job offers a level 5 salary which is R 152 862 per annum. The requirement for applicants’ eligibility is not demanding for everyone must at least hold a Grade 12 or Senior Certificate to be eligible. No prior experience is needed or compulsory as well.

Aside from that, here are a few knowledge and skills related to this job that candidate must possess for consideration:

  • Practices and the ability to capture data and operate computer
  • Registry duties
  • Storage and retrieval procedures in the case of the working environment
  • Understanding of the legislative framework governing the Public Service
  • Organization and planning
  • Interpersonal relation skills
  • Computer literacy
  • Flexibility
  • Good verbal and written skills in communication
  • Good team work
  • Able to work under pressure
  • Able to meet deadlines

Qualified candidates can expect to do the following key performance areas:

  • Attending to clients
  • Providing registry counter services
  • Handling telephonic and other enquiries received
  • Receiving and registering hand delivered files or mails
  • Handling incoming and outgoing correspondence
  • Receiving all mails
  • Sorting, registering and dispatching mails
  • Distributing notices on registry issues
  • Rendering an effective filing and recording management service
  • Opening and closing files according to record classification system
  • Storage/filing, tracing (manually/electronically) and retrieving files and documents
  • Completing index cards for all files
  • Operating office machines related to the registry function
  • Opening and maintaining franking machine register
  • Franking post, recording money, and updating register daily
  • Undertaking spot checks on post to make sure no private post is included
  • Locking mails in postbag
  • Opening and stamping maintaining remittance register
  • Keeping track of all valued articles as prescribed in the remittance register
  • Hand delivering and signing over remittance to finance
  • Sending wrong remittances back to sender via registered post and recording reference number in register
  • Keeping daily record of amount of letters franked
  • Processing documents for archiving or disposal
  • Scanning files electronically
  • Sorting and packaging files for archives and distribution
  • Compiling list of documents to be archived as well as submitted to the supervisor
  • Keeping records of disposed documents

How to Apply

The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform has launched an e-recruitment system in which individuals interested in applying for this Registry Clerk vacancy for the Support Services Directorate at the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform can apply online. there are three ways in which you can submit your applications:

  • Online : submit your application by clicking on this link.
  • Hand delivered : 184 Jeff Masemola Street (used to called Jacob Mare), corner of Paul kruger and Jeff Masemola streets, Pretoria
  • By post : submit to Private Bag X833, Pretoria, 0001

 

The deadline is on May 25, 2018 at 16:00 so remember to submit your application before the due date otherwise it won’t be considered. If you have any difficulties with your online application, technical support is available from Graylink, on Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 17:00 @ 021 424 8677.

Note that Coloured, African, Indian and White males and Indian and White females as well as persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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