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Labour Relations Practitioner 
Corporate Services Admin Centre

Reference BCC11/01

Salary level 8(Starting salary notch R316 791p.a plus benefits)

Permanent PERSAL appointment

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Matric or NCV  Level 4 with a  recognised 3 year Degree/Diploma/NQF6 qualification in Labour Law / Labour Relations / Human Resources or equivalent qualification; At least 3- 5 years’ experience in Labour Relations and co-ordinating discipline and grievance processes; Experience of TVET sector / Public Service; A Valid Code 08 driver’s licence.



Understanding of workplace legislation, Good administrative, interpersonal and analytical skills, Advanced computer skills: MS Excel, MS Word and Power Point, Good communication skills in English (verbal and written), Report writing and presentation skills, Project management skills, A sound knowledge of legislation, regulations, resolutions, policies and procedures applicable to the college / sector, Able to plan,  organise and take initiative, Ability to work under pressure and with minimum supervision for extended periods of time, Maintain high level of confidentiality ,Time management skills and willingness to work after hours as and when required



Ensure compliance with applicable legislation, rules, and regulations, Maintain database and formulate monthly report and quarterly reports, Handling of misconduct cases within the College, Investigate misconduct cases within the College and monitor the implementation of sanctions and arbitration awards, represent College during conciliation and arbitration, Facilitate the handling of grievances and the implementation of the disciplinary code and procedure, Implement labour relations communication strategy, Capturing of grievances, disciplinary cases and suspensions, Assist the employer on appropriate action in labour-related matters, Investigate all employee complaints and grievance cases, Assist line managers with disciplinary functions and enquiries, Promote, facilitate and contribute to sound labour relations at the college, Reporting on all labour relations matters, Assist with the develop and implementation of all relevant human resources policies and procedures, Diverse administration functions,Any other duties as assigned by the Principal of the college or his/her nominee.

Closing Date

How to Apply



Candidates who are suitably qualified for the above positions should submit a signed letter of application, together with a signed official application form (Z83 for support staff and EDP01 for educators), a comprehensive CV and certified copies of the following: ID, all relevant qualifications with transcripts, certificates of service for previous experience and a driver's license, together with contact details, including e-mail addresses, of at least three work-related references ; Late and incomplete applications will not be considered.


Application Forms


EDP01 for Educators


Z83 Form


For enquiries: Ms N Mhlola-Miza on 043 704 9275


The college reserves the right to verify any information received in applications. Selected candidates will be subjected to a vetting process and personnel suitability check in terms of minimum information security standards. Short-listed candidates will be invited for an interview and may be subjected to a competency assessment as part of the selection process. Submission of fraudulent documentation and canvassing of Council members or College staff will immediately disqualify the candidate. If you have not been contacted within 4 weeks please consider your application as unsuccessful.


Preference will be given, but not limited to, to candidates from designated groups in terms of the Employment Equity Act and the College's Employment Equity Plan. The college reserves the right not to appoint/fill this position.