Grants Administration


Team Leader: Grants Administration X23 Posts
Salary: R316 791– R 373 167 p.a. exclusive of benefits
Location: Weenen Local Office (Ref No: G23/2021), Mseleni
Local Office (Ref No: G24/2021), Mondlo Local Office (Ref No:
G25/2021), Utrecht Local Office (Ref No: G26/2021), Osizweni
Local Office (Ref No: G27/2021), Greytown Local Office (Ref No:
G28/2021), Dannhauser Local Office (Ref No: G29/2021),
Glencoe Local Office (Ref No: G30/2021), Ekuvukeni Local Office
(Ref No: G31/2021), Emnambithi Local Office (Ref No: G32/2021),
Impendle Local Office (Ref No: G33/2021), Ixopo Local Office
(Ref No: G34/2021), Kokstad Local Office (Ref No: G35/2021),
Pietermaritzburg Local Office (Ref No: G36/2021), Underberg
Local Office (Ref No: G37/2021), Vulamehlo Local Office (Ref No:
G38/2021), Vulindlela Local Office (Ref No: G39/2021),
Babanango Local Office (Ref No: G40/2021), Inkanyezi Local
Office (Ref No: G41/2021, Nsimbini Local Office (Ref No:
G42/2021), Nkandla Local Office (Ref No: G43/2021), Ongoye
Local Office (Ref No: G44/2021), Gamalakhe Local Office (Ref
No: G45/2021)

Requirements: Candidates should hold a B Degree and/or 3 year
tertiary qualification in the relevant field with a minimum of 480 credits
(NQF Level 7) / 360 credits (NQF Level 6) as recognized by SAQA
coupled with 3 years’ supervisory experience in the Grants
Administration (entire grants value chain); Knowledge of SOCPEN
and MIS, SASSA’s constitutional mandate and relevant policies and
legislative in public management as well as of social security
management and poverty alleviation matters; Computer literacy and
a valid driver’s licence are essential.
The incumbent will be responsible for managing social security
operations pertaining to grants and clients administration at Local
Offices; Further areas of involvement include managing the
processing verification, approval/rejection of grants applications, and
co-ordinating services at the service points; Managing the
implementation of policies, procedure, beneficiary data and records
as well as ensuring the compilation and analysis of all required report;
Ensuring the management of staff related function and other
administrative duties.
Weenen, Mseleni, Mondlo, Utrecht, Osizweni, Greytown,
Dannhauser, Ekuvukeni, Emnambithi, Impendle, Ixopo, Kokstad,
Underberg, Vulamehlo, Vulindlela, Babanango, Inkanyezi,
Nsimbini, Nkandla, Ongoye and Gamalakhe Local Offices: Preference will be given to African Male followed by People with
Disability and White Male respectively as at the time of
Pietermaritzburg Local Office: Preference will be given to People
with Disability as at the time of appointment.
The applications for the above positions must be sent to
Important notes: These positions are advertised with minimum
requirements. Appointment will be subject to a compulsory pre-
employment screening in the form of qualification, reference, ITC,
criminal checks and compulsory competency assessment (where
applicable). It is our intention to promote representivity in terms of
race, gender and disability through the filling of these posts and
candidates whose appointment will promote representivity will
receive preference. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign
qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority
(SAQA) prior to the selection process. SASSA is under no obligation
to fill a post after the advertisement thereof. Please note: All SASSA
staff are subject to compulsory Security Vetting on appointment.
Should candidates wish to apply for more than 1 post, separate application forms should be completed and send to the through an
email on or before the closing date: 17 August 2021.
Applicants interested in applying for these posts should send their
applications (CV and fully completed and signed Z83) quoting the
relevant reference number and position name as per the advert. The
subject heading of the email should indicate the name of the position
you are applying for. Applicants must ensure that they send their
application to a correct inbox/email indicated on the position.
Applications sent to the incorrect inbox/email will not be considered.
Applications should consist of a comprehensive CV (specifying all
experience, duties, indicating the respective dates MM/YY) per
position, Identity Number, Race and Gender as well as indicating
references with full contact details. Interviews may be conducted via
a virtual medium which will be discussed with each shortlisted
applicant. Kindly note that copies of qualification, certificate, ID and
driver’s license etc, should be submitted upon request.
Enquiries: Mr JS Phoseka (033) 846 3456.
Correspondence will only be conducted with the short- listed
candidates, If you have not been contacted within 3 months after the closing date of the advertisement, please accept that your
application has been unsuccessful.