At Free State Regional Office (QwaQwa)
SALARY: R201,909.00 P/A, plus housing allowance,
and Motor Vehicle Allowence.
To recruit, organize and provide an effective service to members on all Labour related matters.
• Recruitment of new members.
• Marketing of the Union to potential members both individually and in institutions.
• Servicing of existing members and advising them of their rights in terms of the relevant
pieces of labour legislations.
• Set up and running of recruitment campaigns in the Province.
• Representing and assisting members in terms of grievances, unfair labour practices and
unfair dismissal disputes.
• Manage the Case Management systems.
• Establishing and maintaining of worker structures in branches and institutions
• Addressing individual and collective rights and interests of members
• Compiling accurate reports on recruitment, cases, and meetings of the Union
• Addressing individual and collective rights and interest issues for members.
• Administrative and professional support to the electorate structures of the union.
• Three-year National Diploma (NQF 6) in Labour Relations,
or equivalent qualification with a minimum of 02 to 03 years’ experience in Labour
Relations or Labour Law.
• Knowledge and demonstrated interest in Trade Union movement, Bargaining Councils
and dispute resolution bodies including CCMA.
• Knowledge and understanding of relevant Labour Legislation and the application of
case law.
• Knowledge of collective agreements.
• Strong organising skills.
• Knowledge and experience in Trade Unions.
• Ability to work independently with minimum supervision.
• Ability to cope with a demanding workload.
• Flexibility to travel and work irregular and unfixed hours.
• High level written and verbal communication skills.
• Attention to detail and high level of accuracy.
• Ability to multitask, plan and prioritize effectively.
• Ability to manage time and resources effectively.
• Strong negotiation and influencing skills.
• Conflict resolution skills
• Computer literate with report writing skills.
– Keep abreast of latest Labour Relations Developments.
– Be available on a short notice
– Females are also encouraged to apply
– Be in possession of a valid driver’s license and have their own vehicle.
Directions to Candidates:
Applicants should forward a letter of application, latest comprehensive CV and certified copies
of qualifications, ID document and drivers license to:
The General Secretary, National Union of Public Service and Allied Workers (NUPSAW),:, or fax same to 086 667 8362
Applicants please note:
• NUPSAW reserves the right not to make the appointment.
• The interview process is guided by the principles and objectives of Employment Equity
• A Six (06) month probationary period will apply.
• Only shortlisted candidates shall be invited for an interview.
• If you are not contacted within fourteen (14) days of the closing date, kindly consider
your application to be unsuccessful.
• NUPSAW will do criminal record and credit record checks before appointment.

Deadline for applications: 19 September 2022