VACANCY CIRCULAR NO.3 of 2017
Vacancies exist in the Industrial Court. The Industrial Court is a court of law and equity, which exists to provide a professional, efficient, effective and just service in the settlement of trade disputes. Self-driven, efficient and resourceful candidates are sought to fill the below positions. Priority will be given to citizens of Botswana.
VACANCY: Chief Clerk of Court (1) – Tenable in Francistown
SALARY SCALE: D4 (P175 224-P193 452 per annum)
i. Optional contributory Medical Aid Scheme (Government pays 50% and employee 50%)
ii. Contributory Pension Scheme (Government pays 15% and employee 5 %).
iii. Housing and Upkeep Allowance P200 per month.
LEAVE: 30 working days per annum
To be considered for appointment, applicants must have Degree in Public Administration or any other related field from recognised institutions.
At least six (6) years relevant work experience two (2) of which should have been served as Principal Clerk of Court- C1 salary scale in Public Service or equivalent in Private Organisation.
• Problem Solving
• Time Management
• Conflict Management
• Drive for Results
• Written Communication
• Customer Focus
• Integrity and trust
• Supervises and manages registries of the Industrial Court.
• Administers storage and Archiving of case records.
• Ensures safe custody of exhibits.
• Ensures compliance rules with regard to collection of court fees, stamp duty or any type of fees.
• Supervises the junior staff.
• Co-ordinates taxation of bills of costs
• Advises on training needs of register staff.
All applications from serving Public Officers must be routed through their Heads of Departments and Permanent Secretaries. Applications not so routed will not be considered.
Applications should be addressed to:
Private Bag BR 267,
or be hand delivered at: Records Management Unit, Gaborone Office.
We do not accept faxed or emailed applications. Only shortlisted applicants will be responded to.
For further information please contact: Human Resources Management Unit at 3695361/327/379
CLOSING DATE: 19 MAY 2017