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 Legislative Instructor (Generation Division) Matimba Power Station


Position : Legislative Instructor (Generation Division) Matimba Power Station Vacancy type: Internal

Task Grade : T12

Area of Speacialization : To provide and deliver Technical or Non-Technical training to ensure sufficiently competent employees to undergo on-job coaching and training for authorization in order to satisfy the business needs for current and future human resource sustainability

Department : Operating

Business Unit : Matimba Power Station

Location : South Africa (Limpopo)

Reference Number : 50709447MM / 5000834993

Closing Date : 2019/08/27 11:55 PM

Minimum Requirements

Qualification(s):

• Technical – Applicable National Diploma or Applicable Trade + National Diploma or Trade + Master Artisan

• Non-Technical – National Diploma in HRM or related to social science, Education Science, Human Resources

Experience:

• 3 years related experience

Skills and Competencies

• Independent working ability
• Analytical
• Planning skills
• Interpersonal relation skills
• Presentation skills
• Facilitation skills
• Evaluation skills

Key Responsibilities

• Training delivery and facilitation of workshops
• Perform training and development assessments and evaluations
• Apply current relevant training and development technologies and methodologies for effective learning transfer
• Ensuring end to end training administration is concluded
• Customer liaison and communication

“If you have not been contacted within 28 days after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.”
 
“Eskom is committed to equality, employment equity, and diversity. In accordance with the employment equity plan of Eskom and its employment equity goals and targets, preference may be given, but is not limited, to candidates from under-represented designated groups.  Eskom reserves the right not to make an appointment to the posts as advertised.  Candidates with disabilities are encouraged to apply for positions.”