CCMA Commissioner Recruitment Process Letter

Comm Recruitment Process Letter

CCMA Commissioner Recruitment Process Letter

Commissioner Application Form Section A

 

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The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation & Arbitration (CCMA) is an independent Dispute resolution statutory body established in terms of the Labour Relations Act (LRA) 66 of 1995. The CCMA strives to be representative of South African society in respect of race, gender & disabilities.

The CCMA is seeking to appoint Commissioners in terms of section 117 of the Labour Relations Act in the following categories:


SENIOR COMMISSIONERS (PART-TIME)


Purpose of the job

The successful candidates will conciliate and arbitrate Complex disputes and provide statutory services in terms of all Labour Legislation to ensure that the CCMA provides efficient and effective dispute resolution, management and prevention services to the labour market.


Key performance areas:

• Conduct complex conciliations (including facilitation and mediation), arbitrations, and con-arbs
• Complete complex case documentation and processes
• Draft complex settlement agreements, arbitration awards and rulings

Key requirements:

• Unless a candidate can demonstrate relevant experience of not less than ten (10) years in Industrial Relations, Labour Law or conducting conciliations, arbitration and facilitations; a relevant NQF level 6 tertiary qualification (preferably in Labour Law) is required.
• Good knowledge of Labour Law
• Good knowledge of Conciliation, Arbitration and Mediation processes and principles
• Good Knowledge of the Labour Market
• A valid driver’s license
• Computer literacy
• The ability to analyse evidence and argument; engage parties in problem solving and reality testing towards dispute resolution.
• The ability to make decisions that are legally sound and uphold the principle of social justice
• The ability to exercise resilience and skills in dealing with conflictual resolution
• Excellent listening and communication skills, Understanding and applying facilitation and negotiation skills
• Displaying a high degree of diversity awareness and sensitivity
• The ability to conduct self in a diplomatic and professional manner
• The ability to demonstrate positive interpersonal relations
• The capacity to display a high-level of ethical behaviour


*Note: Vacancies for Part-time Senior Commissioners exist in the following Regions:

Port Elizabeth x2 (Ref: SC-PT-PE) & Limpopo x1 (Ref. SC-PT-LIM)


SENIOR COMMISSIONER (FULL-TIME)

Purpose of the job

The successful candidates will conciliate and arbitrate Complex disputes and provide statutory services in terms of all Labour Legislation to ensure that the CCMA provides efficient and effective dispute resolution, management and prevention services to the labour market.


Key performance areas:

• Conduct complex conciliations (including facilitation and mediation), arbitrations, and con-arbs
• Complete complex case documentation and processes
• Draft complex settlement agreements, arbitration awards and rulings
• Staff Management of Staff
• Budget Management

Key requirements:

• Unless a candidate can demonstrate relevant experience of not less than ten (10) years in Industrial Relations, Labour Law or conducting conciliations, arbitration and facilitations; a relevant NQF level 6 tertiary qualification (preferably in Labour Law) is required.
• Good knowledge of Labour Law
• Good knowledge of Conciliation, Arbitration and Mediation processes and principles
• Good Knowledge of the Labour Market
• A valid driver’s license
• Computer literacy
• The ability to analyse evidence and argument; engage parties in problem solving and reality testing towards dispute resolution.
• The ability to make decisions that are legally sound and uphold the principle of social justice
• The ability to exercise resilience and skills in dealing with conflictual resolution
• Excellent listening and communication skills, Understanding and applying facilitation and negotiation skills
• Displaying a high degree of diversity awareness and sensitivity
• The ability to conduct self in a diplomatic and professional manner
• The ability to demonstrate positive interpersonal relations
• The capacity to display a high-level of ethical behaviour


*Note: A vacancy for a Full-time Senior Commissioner exists in the following Region:

KwaZulu-Natal x1(Ref. SC-FT-KZN)


LEVEL A COMMISSIONERS (FULL-TIME AND PART-TIME)

Purpose of the Job

To conciliate dispute, arbitrate dispute and provide statutory services, in terms of all labour legislation to ensure the CCMA provides efficient and effective dispute resolution, management and prevention services to the labour market.


Key performance areas:

• Conduct Conciliation (including mediation and facilitation), Arbitration, Con-Arb and In-limine hearings
• Draft settlement agreements, arbitration awards and rulings
• Complete Case Documentation and Processes
• Conduct Mediations, Facilitations, Ballots and Elections

Key requirements:

• Unless a candidate can demonstrate relevant experience of not less than six (6) years in Industrial Relations, Labour Law or conducting conciliations, arbitration and facilitations; a relevant NQF level 6 tertiary qualification (preferably in Labour Law) is required.
• Good knowledge of Labour Law
• Good knowledge of Conciliation, Arbitration and Mediation processes and principles
• Good Knowledge of the Labour Market and the different factors within
• A valid driver’s license
• Computer literacy
• Analysis, problem solving, judgment
• Decision Making
• Resilience
• Listening Skills
• Communication Skills
• Negotiating and Influencing
• Diversity Awareness
• Conflict management
• Diplomacy
• Interpersonal Relations
• Ethics


*Note: Vacancies for Full-time Level A Commissioners exist in the following Regions:

Western Cape x3 (Ref. LA-FT-WC), Free State x1 (Ref. LA-FT-FS) & Mpumalanga x1 (Ref. LA-FT-MP)


*Note: Vacancies for Part -time Level A Commissioners exist in the following Regions:

Limpopo x6 (Ref. LA-PT-LIM), Mpumalanga x1 (Ref. LA-PT-MP)

 

LEVEL B COMMISSIONERS (FULL-TIME AND PART-TIME)

Purpose of the Job

To conciliate, arbitrate disputes and provide statutory services, in terms of all Labour Legislation to ensure the CCMA provides efficient and effective dispute resolutions, management and prevention services to the labour market.

Key performance areas:

• Conduct Conciliation (includes mediation and facilitation), Arbitration, Con-Arb and In-limine hearings
• Complete Case Documentation and Processes
• Draft settlement agreements, arbitration awards and rulings


Key requirements:

• Unless a candidate can demonstrate relevant experience of not less than four (4) years in Industrial Relations, Labour Law or conducting conciliations, arbitration and facilitations; a relevant NQF level 6 tertiary qualification (preferably in Labour Law) is required.
• Supported by a relevant tertiary qualification at NQF 6 or above (preferably in Labour Law)
• Good knowledge of Labour Law
• Good knowledge of Conciliation, Arbitration and Mediation processes and principles
• Good Knowledge of the Labour Market
• A valid driver’s license
• Computer literacy
• Analysis, problem solving, judgment
• Decision Making
• Resilience
• Listening Skills
• Communication Skills
• Negotiating and Influencing
• Diversity Awareness
• Conflict management
• Diplomacy
• Interpersonal Relations
• Ethics

*Note: Vacancies for Full-time Level B Commissioners exist in the following Regions:
, KwaZulu-Natal x2(Ref. LB-FT-KZN), & Mpumalanga x3 (Ref. LB-FT-MP) & North West x2 (Ref. LB-FT-NW), Port Elizabeth x1 (Ref. LB-FT-PE), Limpopo x1 (Ref. LB-FT-LP), East London x1 (Ref. LB-FT-EL), Johannesburgx4 (Ref. LB-FT-JHB)

*Note: Vacancies for Part-time Level B Commissioners exist in the following Regions:

Limpopo x1 (Ref. LB-PT-LIM), Northern Cape x4 (Ref. LB-PT-NC), Mpumalanga x1 (Ref. LB-PT-MP): Port Elizabeth x5 (Ref. LB-PT-PE), KwaZulu-Natal x2 (Ref. LB-FT-KZN) & North West x1 (Ref. LB-FT-NW), East London x2 (Ref. LB-FT-EL), Johannesburgx15 (Ref. LB-PT-JHB)

 

 

NOTE FOR ALL APPLICANTS:


In your application for appointment, kindly ensure that you disclose all relevant material information to assist the panel in considering your application. Please send 1 (one) application form (obtained from www.CCMA.org.za,

Detailed CV, certified copies of qualifications, driver’s license & ID document must be included. Failure to complete the form in full or not provide relevant information will automatically disqualify your application.

Applicants must clearly indicate the position/s being applied for in order of preference.

*NOTE: Applicants must clearly indicate the reference number for the position/s they are applying for in order of preference.

Email: admin@2-tone.co.za

*Strictly apply via email.

Non-adherence to the stated procedures in applying as well as incomplete application will result in the disqualification of the application.


CLOSING DATE: 11 November 2018

N.B INCOMPLETE AND LATE APPLICATIONS WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE DISQUALIFIED.

EMPLOYMENT EQUITY underpins CCMA recruitment processes and all appointments are made at the sole discretion of the CCMA Governing Body. Women are encouraged to apply.

Advanced preparation on the following statutes is essential as an initial screening assessment will be conducted: LRA, BCEA, EEA.

A completed CCMA endorsed Labour Dispute Resolution Practice (LDRP) qualification from one of the following CCMA partner universities will be an advantage:

 

University

Course name / Title of qualification as used by the University concerned

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Port Elizabeth (Now known as Nelson Mandela University)

Post Graduate Diploma in Labour Law Practice

Stellenbosch University: Stellenbosch  and Midrand

Certificate Programme in Labour Dispute Resolution Practice

University of the Free State, Bloemfontein

Post Graduate Diploma in Labour Law

University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban

Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Relations

University of the Western Cape, Cape Town

Post Graduate Diploma: Labour Dispute Resolution

University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg

Labour Dispute Resolution Practice Postgraduate Certificate Course

 

The CCMA is committed to providing equal opportunities and practising affirmative action employment. It is our intention to promote representivity (race, gender and disability)


PLEASE NOTE THAT COMMUNICATION WILL ONLY BE LIMITED TO THE SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES AND SHOULD YOU NOT HEAR FROM US WITHIN 4 MONTHS FROM THE CLOSING DATE CONSIDER YOUR APPLICATION UNSUCCESSFUL.

 

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