The Community Schemes Ombud Service Act (Act 9 of 2011) was promulgated on 11 June 2011 and provides for the establishment of the Community Schemes Ombud Service (“CSOS”) as a public entity. The CSOS has been classified as a Schedule 3A Public Entity in terms of the Public Finance Management Act (Act No.1 of 1999) (PFMA).
This position will be reporting to the Adjudicator General
• Bachelor’s Degree in Law.
• A post graduate degree will be an added advantage
• At least 5 years’ experience in a legal environment, drafting legal documents.
• Previous experience in a dispute resolution environment will be an advantage.
• Valid driver’s license.
• Legal Research skills
• Strong intellect, attention to detail with an understanding of interpretation of statutes.
• Drafting skill
• Analytical skills.
• Have knowledge of systems and information systems.
• MS Word & MS Excel skills
• Writing and reporting skills.
• Sense of urgency.
• Service orientated.
• Problem solving.
• Honesty and Integrity.
• Excellent communication skills.
• Presentation skills.
Key Perfomance Areas
• Quality assurance adjudication orders by referencing applicable laws, case law, the Practice Directive including the Quality Assurance Procedure.
• Conduct legal research to provide relevant commentary for consideration.
• Develop, and timeously update a spreadsheet of all allocated adjudication orders for quality assurance.
• Generate monthly and quarterly reports quality assured.
• Attend training and feedback sessions on adjudication and quality assurance
Enquiries: Ms. Lindi Sibiya, Human Resources Manager, tel. (010) 593-0533.
Background checks on the preferred candidates will be conducted prior to an appointment.
Applications, including a covering letter and accompanied by a CV and certified copies of qualifications, must be addressed to the Human Resources Manager, Ms. Lindi Sibiya and e-mailed to: email@example.com
CLOSING DATE: 30 August 2021
Applicants who do not receive any response within 4 weeks of the closing date must regard their applications as unsuccessful.
People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.