Vacancies

The Tribunal seeks suitably qualified candidates to fill in the following position:-

The National Consumer Tribunal (The Tribunal) was established in 2006 in terms of section 26(1) of the National Credit Act, No. 34 od 2005. The National Consumer Tribunal is an independent adjudicative body with jurisdiction throughout the Republic. Its purpose is to adjudicate on credit and consumer related matters provided for in the National Credit Act (NCA) and the Consumer Protection Act (CPA), and to rule on alleged contraventions of these Acts.

The Tribunal seeks suitably qualified candidates to fill in the following position:-

 

      LEGAL INTERN (X 4)                                                                                  (Ref: NCT17/LI001)

 

      Position Reports to: Senior Case Analyst 

            Status: 1 year Internship Programme

 

Requirements: Final year or Post-graduate law students, no Job experience required* Excellent academic track record* Attention to detail & high level of accuracy to be applied at work* Commitment and dedication* Hard worker, outputs driven and honest.

 

Key Responsibilities: Interns will be exposed to procedural aspects of handling cases and ensuring that the cases are processed expeditiously as possible and brought to a point of finalisation, which will entail: Conducting an assessment of a cases* Handling the logistics for the set down of cases; and Ensuring that there is compliance with the rules of procedures for matters before the Tribunal *Interns will be involved in the collating of performance information and management of statistics and any other tasks that may be required. *Interns will be exposed to the substantive and procedural aspects of a case, which will entail analysing of cases and conducting research on cases.

 

       ICT INTERN (X 1)                                                                                        (Ref: NCT17/II001)

 

       Position Reports to: Senior ICT Officer

             Status: 1 year Internship Programme

 

Requirements: Final year or Post-graduate, students with a good academic track record, commitment and dedication, hard worker, outputs driven and honest.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assist with the monitoring of servers and network to ensure systems are fully functional
  • Assist with the repair any systems which break down or are non-functional
  • Install and configure computer hardware operating systems and applications as requested by the ICT Officer, Senior ICT Officer or Chief Information Officer.
  • Assist with conducting safety and electrical checks on all systems to maintain efficiency of service
  • Assist with ensuring the non-failure of video/voice/data communication systems
  • Assist with ensuring the down-time of data, video and voice systems does not exceed 1% of service time
  • Assist with replacing faulty and upgradable parts as required to ensure stability of communication and computer operating equipment

·         Provide and maintain reliable and accurate reports on all systems, applications etc so as to provide evidence of system uptime, faults etc.

·         Assist with monitoring and resolving all reported ICT problems/incidents

·         Ensure patch management procedure is followed according to policy requirements and reported to the ICT Officer, Senior ICT Officer and ICT Manager for approval.

  • Training of staff on IT and related programs where necessary
  • Ensuring that systems are configured to automatically protect the network and to advise staff of risks where automation is not possible
  • Providing input in the development of ICT policies
  • Assist with the development of training and instruction manuals for staff
  • Ensuring that off-site recovery requirements are constantly in place and functional
  • Assist with the maintenance, monitor and repair document management systems
  • Assist with the maintenance, monitor and repair the ICT servers
  • Assist with the maintenance, monitor and repair case management systems
  • Assist with the maintenance, monitor and repair remote access systems

·         Assist with the maintenance, monitor and repair any other specific ICT systems implemented

  • Participate and provide input for business, policy and strategy planning
  • Ensure all documentation is referenced and forwarded to Registry for filing;
  • Assist in ensuring that business plan outputs, risk actions and audit findings are dealt with within the required timeframes
  • Contribute towards preparing the quarterly reports for the business unit
  • Assist in workshops and events for the Tribunal
  • Prepare recommendations for procurement to the relevant Manager

·         Ensure compliance with all the policies and procedures of the NCT

·         Provide assistance for all ICT-related change management tasks requested by staff.

 

 

Finance Intern (X 1)                                                                                         (Ref: NCT17/FI001

 

Position Reports to: Assistant Accountant 

      Status: 1 year Internship Programme

 

Key Responsibilities: The successful student will be involved and exposed to all aspects relating to the Finance matters, provide financial and administration support. Receive and verify invoices and requisitions for goods and services. Verify that transactions comply with financial policies and procedures. Process and capture journals. Perform any other Finance related function as may be required.

 

Requirements: Degree in Accounting, students with a good academic track record, commitment and dedication, hard worker, outputs driven and honest.

 

Please note:

 

No late applications will be considered.

The Tribunal reserves the right not to fill any of the positions.

 

Remuneration

The Tribunal will offer a competitive and market related salary to the successful candidate.

 

Submission of Applicants

 

Please email a detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) to recruitment@thenct.org.za

 

Closing Date: 21 July 2017

 

Data Capturers (X 6)                                                                                  (Ref: NCTDCI001)

 

       Position Reports to: Senior Records Officer

               Status: 12 Months fixed term contract

 

Minimum requirements:

·            Standard 10/Grade 12 or equivalent

·            Six to twelve months experience in data capturing a must

·            Proficient in typing skills (speed, accuracy and attention to detail essential)

·            A high level of attention to detail and accuracy

·            Energetic and goal orientated.

·            Must be adaptable to change and willing to walk the extra mile in completing assignments.

·            Good English communication skills (written and oral)

·            Efficient time management.

·            Be able to grasp new concepts easily and be able to multitask.

·            Work well under pressure and adhere to deadlines.

·            Must be prepared to work overtime if required.

·            Professional skill level in Microsoft Excel and Word.

Core responsibilities:

·         Capturing information onto the CMS system.

·         Checking of information captured.

·         Making copies of files.

·         Scanning of documents.

·         Ensuring that the Records room is tidy at all times.

 

Please note:

No late applications will be considered. The Tribunal reserves the right not to fill any of the positions.

 

Remuneration

The Tribunal will offer a competitive and market related salary to the successful candidates.

 

Submission of Applicants

Please email a detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) to recruitment@thenct.org.za

 

Closing Date: 22 July 2017