Unit Head: ICT Enterprise & Management Support
Salary: R51 441.74 per month (basic salary excluding benefits)
Educational requirements and experience:
• University degree (NQF level 7) in the field of Computer Science, or Business/
Public Management/Administration • 5 years’ experience working in the ICT industry
preferably in Local Government • Certifications in Systems Audit (ISACA, IIASA, etc)
with 3 years’ Middle Management experience • 3-5 years’ experience managing
compliance assessments within a corporate setting • Proven experience developing
and submitting audit and compliance reports to governing bodies, legal entities, and/
or external authorities • Experience in planning, organising, and developing information
technology policies, procedures, and practices • Direct experience and knowledge
of local and federal information technology laws, including Governance guidelines
such as COBiT, ITIL, ISO/IEC, etc • Strong communication skills (both written and
verbal), particularly with government/legal agencies • Demonstrated ability to apply
IT in solving compliance issues • Excellent knowledge of technology environments,
including Information Security, Encryption Methods, and privacy-based solutions
• General knowledge of business theory, business processes, management, budgeting,
and business office operations especially in Local Government setting • Substantial
exposure to data processing, hardware platforms, enterprise software applications,
and outsourced systems, including SAP, CCMS, LIS, GIS, etc • Understanding of
computer systems and integration capabilities • Excellent understanding of project
management principles and superior understanding of the organisation’s goals and
The purpose of this job is to manage, oversee and review all legal technology issues
across the organisation. This includes providing objective assessments of the company’s
compliance with legislation governing the organisation’s Information Communications
Technology systems and industry-specific regulations. The incumbent will also direct
the development and implementation of policies and procedures to ensure that the
organisation’s practices remain observant to all pertinent local, provincial and national
ICT related laws. Further responsibilities include providing the ICTM with a strategic
support service in terms of Departmental Finance & Logistics, Business Planning by
interfacing and consolidating required information from Group/COJ/MEs wide sources
to permit a balanced decision-making portfolio of information through consultation
with high-level role-players.
Applications, accompanied by a comprehensive CV, should be e-mailed to
Enquiries: Patricia Louw, tel. (011) 407-6783
These are employment equity-targeted positions
and preference will be given to EE-targeted groups,
including people with disabilities.
Closing date: 22 August 2017
The City of Johannesburg is an equal opportunity employer
and reserves the right not to make an appointment.
Appointment will be made in accordance with the COJ’s EE Policy.
Applications must contain at least 3 referees. An application
letter together with a comprehensive CV must be forwarded
to the contact details as mentioned above.
If you have not heard from us within 6 weeks of the
closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful.