The General Public Service Sectoral Bargaining
Council (GPSSBC), an affirmative action employer established in terms of Section 36 of the Labour Relations Act
of 1995, whose responsibilities include: • The maintenance and promotion of labour peace • The prevention and resolution of labour disputes and • The promotion of collective bargaining in the Public Service, invites skilled individuals to apply for appointment as service providers to the panel of Conciliators and Arbitrators.
GPSSBC Invitation for Panel:
Provisions: Appointment is subject to the signing of a service level agreement (SLA) with Council. No work will be guaranteed by the signing of the SLA. Fees payable will be in terms of the SLA.
Criteria for consideration to be appointed as a service provider: • Representation enhancing the principle of affirmative action/representation of women and people with disabilities • CCMA accreditation as Commissioner with legal qualification/LLB degree • Knowledge of Public Service legislation and Collective Agreements • Place of residence and/or place of work addressing the needs of Council also in the remote parts of the country to better service delivery.
Key performance areas: The successful candidates may be required to conciliate/arbitrate/facilitate disputes in a professional and efficient manner, chair disciplinary hearings and submit quality outcome reports, rulings and awards in accordance with the GPSSBC dispute resolution procedure, rules, code of conduct, collective agreements and the LRA.
Enquiries for the above-mentioned applications must be directed to the Manager: Dispute Resolution Unit, Phuff Kgofelo at (012) 644-8132.
Interested candidates can forward their applications (a covering letter and comprehensive CV) for the attention of the Secretary to Council: GPSSBC, PO Box 16663, Lyttelton 0140 or hand-deliver them to GPSSBC office at 260 Basden Avenue, Lyttelton, Centurion, or e-mail to Newpanel@gpssbc.org.za
Closing date for applications: 18 May 2018
Note: • Appointments will be made at the sole discretion of the GPSSBC • Appointment to any other public service panel will not automatically qualify applicants for appointment on this panel • This office will acknowledge receipt of applications from candidates who are short-listed. Candidates who have not received letters of acknowledgement within 60 days may consider their applications unsuccessful • Candidates may be required to attend an interview • Successful candidates will be required to attend a compulsory workshop to be scheduled by the GPSSBC.
For fee structures, please verify on Council’s website: www.gpssbc.org.za