Human Science Research Council Vacancy Application Details

Human Science Research Council Vacancy Application Details – Latest Jobs Opening in South Africa.

Jobs in South Africa

Information about Human Science Research Council Jobs Recruitment application form, vacancy requirements, eligibility, available positions, how to apply, and closing date.

All Eligible and Interested applicants should apply for the available Job position at Human Science Research Council before the recruitment application deadline published below on Southafricaportal.com as obtained from the official Human Science Research Council Jobs Careers website/portal.

Human Science Research Council Vacancy Application Details

Instructions:

  • Don’t forget that the Human Science Research Council  vacancy application is totally free of charge
  • Make sure you meet the vacancy position requirements
  • Don’t send anyone money for this recruitment opportunity.
  • Beware of Fraudsters!!!!
  • Subscribe to our notification list with your email to receive the Latest Jobs Update in South Africa.

Job Descriptions

Company
Human Science Research Council (HSRC)
Reference #
AISA AA/12/01
Publishe
07/02/2021
Contract Type
Contract
12 Months
Salary
Market Related
Location
Pretoria, Gauteng, South Afric
Introduction
The Africa Institute of South Africa (AISA), within the Human Sciences Research Council, is seeking to appoint two (2) Administrative Assistants for its project, “Food and Nutrition Security Survey in South Africa.” The Administrative Assistants will be employed for a period of 12 months and are expected to assist the Programme Manager with running and coordinating the administrative duties of the project in all the nine provinces of South Africa. The responsibilities of the Administrative Assistants include assisting with day to day operations of the Human Resources (HR) functions, of the project, making travel and meeting arrangements, preparing reports, invoice management, financial reconciliation, maintaining appropriate filing systems, and handling ad-hoc administrative requests.

2 x Administrative Clerks
REF: AISA AA/12/01
12 months project contract
Pretoria based

Successful applicants will need to ensure that they are able to avail themselves for the full 12 months of the project including the training period.

Job Functions
Research,Research and Development
Industries
Research
Specification
    • 2 x Administrative Clerks
    • REF: AISA AA/12/01
    • 12 months project contract
    • Pretoria ase
    • Successful applicants will need to ensure that they are able to avail themselves for the full 12 months of the project including the training period.
    • The main objectives in terms of the position advertised for this project are:
    • To assist a fieldwork team to collect reliable data, analyse and provide 9 Province and 1 National Report
    • Deliver the project in line with extremely tight deadlines
    • In line with the project deliverables the following key responsibilities were identified:
    • Key Responsibilities
    • Compiling and updating the records of all short-term contract employees;
    • Distributing and reconciling all attendance registers required for payroll submissions
    • Distributing and collating all payroll information;
    • Responsible for liaisons between senior staff, the HR Department, payroll and all short-term contract employees;
    • Assist with the coordination of research booking of accommodation and transport logistics for fieldwork teams across all the nine provinces of South Africa;
    • Scheduling meetings and appointments;
    • Taking notes and minutes in meetings;
    • Ordering and taking stock of project-linked supplies;
    • Assist with the preparation of training and fieldwork packs;
    • Assist with financial and project reconciliations;
    • Assist with time-billing follow ups and reconciliations;
    • Assisting with overseeing the delivery of project expectations and adjusting these as necessary to ensure that the project is delivered to stated specifications and high standards.
    • Key Requirements:
    • Minimum of a 3 year certificate or diploma from a recognized university or TVET College;
    • Accounting/financial knowledge;
    • Fluency in English and any of the local languages in South Africa;
    • Flexibility and willingness to take on additional tasks as per requirement;
    • High personal motivation and self-management;
    • Articulate and tactful communication skills;
    • Accuracy and attention to detail;
    • Prior experience with HSRC or within a research environment will be an added advantage;
    • Good interpersonal, facilitation, and problem-solving skills;
    • Successful applicants will be evaluated during training and over the duration of the project and if any part of this work is not completed to the satisfactory level as required, the appointment will be terminated; and
    • Availability to work from February 2021 to December 2021; and be available to work over weekends if required.
    • ___________________________________________________________________________

    • Applications: Please quote the above reference number on your application and include three contactable referees (with telephone and e-mail contact details). The HSRC will only consider applications that include the above requirements.
    • Project timeline:
    • The successful candidates will be appointed on project-based contract with specified deliverables and will be required to work a minimum 40-hour week. This work may extend to weekends but will be limited as far as possible and flexi-time arrangements could be considered through prior written approval to limit overtime expenditure
    • Applications are to be submitted online at http://hsrc.jb.skillsmapafrica.com
    • Should you experience challenges adding documentation you can submit these to HRshortterm@hsrc.ac.za indicating the post reference number in the subject line. Your application will not be considered if the correct reference number for this application is not provided. You are however, still required to register your application on SkillsMap, failing to do so will result in your application not being accepted. Only applications adhering to all the requirements will be considered
    • For enquiries only, not applications, please contact Dr V Mjimba on 066-072-2763 and/or Ms E Maritz on 066-072-2628. Your application will not be considered if the correct reference number for this application is not provided.
    • Closing Date: 19 February 2021. We encourage applicants to submit prior to that date. Applicants who have not been contacted within two weeks should assume that their application has been unsuccessful. Only candidates who are interviewed will be advised of the outcome of the interview
    • The HSRC reserves the right to not make an appointment
    APPLICATIONS FROM RECRUITMENT AGENCIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTE
Requirements
    • 2 x Administrative Clerks
    • REF: AISA AA/12/01
    • 12 months project contract
    • Pretoria based
    • Successful applicants will need to ensure that they are able to avail themselves for the full 12 months of the project including the training period.
    • The main objectives in terms of the position advertised for this project ar
    • To assist a fieldwork team to collect reliable data, analyse and provide 9 Province and 1 National Report
    • Deliver the project in line with extremely tight deadlines
    • In line with the project deliverables the following key responsibilities were identified:
    • Key Responsibilities
    • Compiling and updating the records of all short-term contract employees;
    • Distributing and reconciling all attendance registers required for payroll submissions
    • Distributing and collating all payroll information;
    • Responsible for liaisons between senior staff, the HR Department, payroll and all short-term contract employees;
    • Assist with the coordination of research booking of accommodation and transport logistics for fieldwork teams across all the nine provinces of South Africa;
    • Scheduling meetings and appointments;
    • Taking notes and minutes in meetings;
    • Ordering and taking stock of project-linked supplies;
    • Assist with the preparation of training and fieldwork packs;
    • Assist with financial and project reconciliations;
    • Assist with time-billing follow ups and reconciliations;
    • Assisting with overseeing the delivery of project expectations and adjusting these as necessary to ensure that the project is delivered to stated specifications and high standards.
    • Key Requirements:
    • Minimum of a 3 year certificate or diploma from a recognized university or TVET College;
    • Accounting/financial knowledge;
    • Fluency in English and any of the local languages in South Africa;
    • Flexibility and willingness to take on additional tasks as per requirement;
    • High personal motivation and self-management;
    • Articulate and tactful communication skills;
    • Accuracy and attention to detail;
    • Prior experience with HSRC or within a research environment will be an added advantage;
    • Good interpersonal, facilitation, and problem-solving skills;
    • Successful applicants will be evaluated during training and over the duration of the project and if any part of this work is not completed to the satisfactory level as required, the appointment will be terminated; and
    • Availability to work from February 2021 to December 2021; and be available to work over weekends if required.
    • ___________________________________________________________________________

    • Applications: Please quote the above reference number on your application and include three contactable referees (with telephone and e-mail contact details). The HSRC will only consider applications that include the above requirements.
    • Project timeline:
    • The successful candidates will be appointed on project-based contract with specified deliverables and will be required to work a minimum 40-hour week. This work may extend to weekends but will be limited as far as possible and flexi-time arrangements could be considered through prior written approval to limit overtime expenditure
    • Applications are to be submitted online at http://hsrc.jb.skillsmapafrica.com/
    • Should you experience challenges adding documentation you can submit these to HRshortterm@hsrc.ac.za indicating the post reference number in the subject line. Your application will not be considered if the correct reference number for this application is not provided. You are however, still required to register your application on SkillsMap, failing to do so will result in your application not being accepted. Only applications adhering to all the requirements will be considered
    • For enquiries only,not applications, please contact Dr V Mjimba on 066-072-2763 and/or Ms E Maritz on 066-072-2628. Your application will not be considered if the correct reference number for this application is not provided
    • Closing Date: 19 February 2021. We encourage applicants to submit prior to that date. Applicants who have not been contacted within two weeks should assume that their application has been unsuccessful. Only candidates who are interviewed will be advised of the outcome of the interview.
    • The HSRC reserves the right to not make an appointmen
    APPLICATIONS FROM RECRUITMENT AGENCIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED

However, if you have any queries regarding the Human Science Research Council  Jobs VacancyPlease kindly DROP A COMMENT below and we will respond to it as soon as possible.

Don’t hesitate to Like Us on Facebook to share, discuss, and get the Latest Job Vacancies Updates in South Africa.

If you think this post can be helpful to somebody else, please share it on Twitter, Facebook, Whatsapp or Email it to friends❤. There are buttons below for this (easy to use too).

Leave a Reply