About the City of Johannesburg
The City of Johannesburg, or Joburg for shot, is a bustling metropolitan hub with a long history and rich in history. Founded in 1886, Joburg was flocked by thousands of people in search of prospective opportunities. In recent years, the city has become the ideal place for citizens to achieve their dreams and pursue their ambitions. Joburg grew from a small settlement into a city filled with aspiring residents. As the golden beating heart of the country, Joburg is home to some of South Africa’ biggest events, such as the Rugby World Cup in 1995 and the FIFA Soccer World Cup. Anyone who wishes to attain success in their lives and wish to develop their potential can find what they’re looking after in the City of Johannesburg.
About the CoJ (City of Johannesburg) EPWP (Expanded Public Works Programme) 2021
The CoJ (City of Johannesburg) is offering an Expanded Public Works Programme to South African individuals who are interested in this particular line of career. The CoJ (City of Johannesburg) EPWP (Expanded Public Works Programme) is a grand opportunity for unemployed young folks who wish to provide assistance with various services in the health facilities department. Selected participants will be tasked with duties such as general work, queue marshaling, and other administrative tasks. Participants will also be tasked in regions A, B, C, D, E, F, and G from Ward 1 to 135. Throughout the programme, participants will be entitled to a monthly stipend of up to R3 500.
Programme Key Performances
1. General Worker
- Cleaning the waiting area, offices, consulting rooms, designated areas
- Ensuring the cleanliness of surfaces typically utilized for clinical procedures
- Changing soiled linen that are available in consulting rooms
- Taking out the trash from dustbins and surrounding areas.
2. Administration Assistant/Data Capturer
- Capturing the data of clients’ records used to updated information of clients
- Collecting the monthly statistics of clients who visited the clinic
- Archiving and filing the clients’ cards in an organized manner
- Making appointments for services
- Coordinating files and equipment used by the clinic
- Taking note and recoding existing discussions and typing in the minutes.
3. Queue Marshal
- Welcoming visitors and patients of the clinic
- Providing assistance for visitors who require information in the clinic
- Ensuring a smooth patient flow
- Screening patients when entering the waiting area
- Managing queues in the clinic
- Tending to helpdesk works as accordingly.
Candidates interested in the CoJ (City of Johannesburg) EPWP (Expanded Public Works Programme) must fulfill an eligibility criteria to be considered for the opportunity. Each of these items below will determine whether you are a suitable candidate for the programme or not. To guarantee a successful application, candidates are advised to meet these following requirements. Failure to do so will result in disadvantageous consequences towards your applications.
The CoJ (City of Johannesburg) EPWP (Expanded Public Works Programme) Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
1. Basic Requirements
- Possesses a Grade 10 qualification or higher
- Currently 18 years old or above (youths preferred)
- Recognized as a people with disabilities
- Has prior understanding and knowledge of the City’s process, regulations, practices, policies, and procedures regarding Health and Social issues
- Shows solid understanding of numeracy
- Displays impressive communication abilities (both written and verbal)
- Understands how to operate electronic devices (e.g. sending emails, browsing the Internet).
2. Personal Attributes
- Can work together with other team members
- Takes accountability of your own actions
- Displays capable emotional intelligence
- Knows how to make appropriate judgment calls
- Can work independently without supervisions
- Willing to work under pressure.
3. Working Competencies
- Understands customer and service delivery management
- Has knowledge of HR values and CoJ values
- Shows integrity in their work ethic
- Presents yourself in a professional light
- Can influence others wells
- Keeps company information confidential.
Apply online: CoJ (City of Johannesburg) EPWP (Expanded Public Works Programme) 2021.
Once you have accessed the online portal, please skim through all of the queries. Fill in the appropriate boxes with accurate information.
Candidates are required to provide these following documents:
- An application letter
- Your most updated CV (Curriculum Vitae)
- Legitimate proof of residence
- Ward councilor letter
- Certified copy of Identity Document
- Affidavit detailing no criminal records.
All of these documents should be included in your application dossier. Candidates found to be providing incomplete applications will not be processed during the registration period.
By submitting your applications, you are hereby giving permission to have your information utilized by the selection committee for registration purposes.
Applications will be subjected to further evaluation and vetting procedures to verify candidates. Anyone discovered to be falsifying any aspect of their applications will automatically be disqualified from the programme.
Applications must be processed through the online link above. Submissions made through other methods, such as email or fax, will not be entertained by the selection committee.
Applications for the CoJ (City of Johannesburg) EPWP (Expanded Public Works Programme) must be submitted before the closing date on 09 February 2021.
The selection committee has absolute zero tolerance for late applications. Candidates discovered to be making their submissions past the closing date will not be acknowledged during the registration period.
The City of Johannesburg reserves all rights to make an appointment or not during the recruitment process. All decisions made by the selection committee are final.
Have a question regarding the CoJ (City of Johannesburg) EPWP (Expanded Public Works Programme)? Deliver your enquiries and concerns to through the contact information provided below.
- +27 11 407 7062 (Samuel Ndou)
- +27 11 407 6396 (Kgomotso Mogotsi)
- +27 11 407 7048 (Promise Mbedzi)
- +27 11 407 7436 (Nonhlanhla Mtshali)