TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTRE SUPERVISOR

R, REF. NO. 2018/06
SALARY : R308 877 per annum (PL2) plus benefits as applicable in the Public Sector
(College appointment)
CENTRE : Esikhawini Campus
REQUIREMENTS : N3 qualification inclusive of two languages or NCV level 4 or Matric/Grade 12.
A trade tested artisan qualification relevant to the ARTISAN Development
training programmes offered at the campus or related civil engineering
qualification. Minimum of 5 years’ relevant industry experience within the
construction sector. Minimum of 2 years proven management / supervisory
experience. Certified assessor/ moderator, in a relevant trade, with an
appropriate ETQA. This may be obtained after employment. Valid driver’s
license. A skills test forms part of the selection process.
DUTIES : KRA: Operational Programme Management: Manage appropriate artisan
development and other occupational programmes for the unit: Manage the
identification of programme gaps, feasibility assessments and introduction of
new, responsive programmes. Drive, in conjunction with the Curriculum
Development Manager and Project Manager Artisan Development, a
responsive, flexible syllabus based on local needs. Manage new programme
decisions and the planning process, including programme accreditation. Drive
programme quality systems and processes including assessment, moderation
and performance records. Develop and manage the unit’s programme budgets and report on programme performance. Manage the identification and
procurement/arrangement of student material, equipment and other resource
requirements. Manage contract staff appointments, in line with the unit’s needs
analysis, following college procedures. Manage and arrange unit staff
interaction with relevant staff from other sites and training centres to enhance
occupational programme delivery. Manage the reporting of Artisan
Development (learnership/occupational) programme project progress and
performance where applicable. Manage project, assigned to the unit,
deliverables such as registering of students, signing of contracts and reporting.
KRA: Occupational programme delivery and administration: Manage and
oversee the performance and development of unit’s facilitators. Manage the
identification of unit’s facilitators’ skills and performance gaps and the
proposed interventions. Ensure the implementation of best practice teaching
practices across the unit’s programmes (e.g. daily lesson plans/ programme
plan). Report to the Academic Board. Oversee occupational student internal
registration and administrative processes. Manage training bookings and
allocations. Manage training centre administrator’s duties. Manage Training
Centre Training officers’ duties. Manage the development and / or the
production of classroom handouts, instruction materials, aids, manuals and
assessment tools. Participate and lead occupational programme related
assessment and moderation processes. Periodically evaluate ongoing
programmes to ensure that they reflect any changes required or prescribed.
Control the unit’s students’ assessment records of students’ progress and
performance. KRA: Stakeholder Management: Coordinate meetings with all
stakeholders, sponsors and clients to provide progress updates. Ensure
compliance with partnership process and guidelines. Manage and participate
in key customer stakeholder interactions (SETA’s, community forums, local
business and local government. Participate in SETA-related curriculum
initiatives. Establish and maintain programme-related industry links to ensure
programme relevance. Ensure facilitators’ interaction with industry
applications, technologies and related job skill requirements. Establish and
maintain a database of key related industries/professional bodies and access
regular input from these representatives. Identify partnerships regarding
programmatic support (e.g. equipment, interns, site visits). Address concerns
and issues raised by different stakeholders. Maintain industry and other
related partnerships through effective communication. KRA: Work
environment simulation: Manage the identification of work environment
simulation needs for each occupational programme/Learnership and approve
the plans to address specific requirements including resourcing options.
Consolidate simulation options at the college (in collaboration with the
Manager Artisan Development). Manage the implementation of systems to
monitor the quality of workplace student experience. KRA: Unit Management:
Manage job profiles for all posts in the Unit. Conduct meetings with internal
staff and plan and assign work within the Unit. Manage the Unit’s budget and
cash flow. Compile the annual operational plan related to the unit. Compile the
annual Strategic plan related to the unit. Conduct performance appraisals with
Unit staff and arrange and monitor individual development. Drive the
establishment and maintenance of records, registers and document
management systems for students and facilitators (Training Officers). Manage
the unit’s administration of payments of project facilitators (Training Officers)
and students. Manage the unit’s objectives. KRA: Training, learning and
assessments: Teach students in classrooms and workshops, providing theory
and practical training through lectures, discussions, practical demonstrations
and supervision. Prepare lessons (lesson plans) and produce materials such
as typed notes, diagrams, patterns and any consumables for the use in
teaching. Maintain student attendance registers and produce student progress
reports. Monitor and report on students’ engagement and responsiveness to
teaching activities. Monitor the provision of resources to engineering stores,
libraries and/or access to ICT facilities appropriate to the programme
requirements and advise on these requirements. Monitor and prepare
relevant training materials and consumables for each course. Comply with
new decisions and planning processes of occupational programmes. Comply
with programme quality systems and processes including assessment,
moderation and performance records. Assess students by setting and marking
exams and assignments, and evaluating completed projects. Perform pre-and
post-assessment moderations of assessments/ assessment tools. Ensure that
work is set and assessed consistently, in line with different teaching principles and College Assessment policy. Complete all related assessment and
moderation administrative records or reports. Maintain all assessment records
of student progress and performance. KRA: Student Guidance and Support:
Provide advice on occupational related career options in typical work scenario.
Translate requirements into training that will groom students for the next step
in their career path. Support students on an individual basis through academic
and/or personal difficulties and liaise with other professionals within the
Student Support function, as needed. Mentor students during their training
programme. Manage student behaviour in the training venue or other campus
premises, applying appropriate measures of misbehaviour or learning
disruption. KRA: Performance Management: Meet deadlines relating to
Supervisees’ performance contracts. Meet deadlines relating to Supervisees’
Quarterly performance reviews. Meet deadlines relating to Supervisees’
annual performance assessments. Ensure that relevant Audit-related actions
as per the latest Audit Action Plan are included in Performance agreements
(PA’s) of affected staff; Ensure that newly appointed Supervisees are inducted
within three (3) months after appointment. Ensure that Training interventions
agreed to in the Personal Development Plans of Supervisees are implemented
within the agreed timeframe. Ensure that Key Result Area (KRA’s) of
Supervisees are aligned to the Department’s and College’s Strategic plan,
Annual Performance Plan (APP) and Operational plan. Ensure that all funded,
filled and unfilled posts within one’s area of responsibility are evaluated.
Ensure that the Employment Equity profiles of the College are in line with the
Employment Equity Plan.
ENQUIRIES : Miss NNF Madladla at (035) 902 9532