Director: Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (Ref #: OHSC 19/2022)

Salary: An all-inclusive remuneration package of R 1, 073 187 per annum (basic salary consists of 70% of the total package, OHSC’s contribution to the Government Employee Pension Fund (13% of basic salary) and a flexible portion. The flexible portion of the package can be structured according to OHSC guidelines.


A Bachelor’s degree (NQF level 7) in Social Sciences, Monitoring and Evaluation, Public Administration/Management or in a financial or related field.

A post graduate qualification in public health or related qualification would be an advantage.

A minimum of five (5) years’ experience at a middle or senior management level in planning, monitoring and evaluation preferably in health programmes.

Experience must include developing and overseeing systems in data collection and validation.

Experience in quality assurance will be an added advantage.

Extensive knowledge of health-related software packages and strong quantitative and qualitative research skills.

Knowledge of health programmes implementation.Strong data analytical skills.

Excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as presentation skills.

Attention to detail and a strong commitment to excellence will be required.

Ability to work in a highpressured environment with deadlines.

Creative and strong problem-solving skills and strategically minded.

Knowledge of strategic planning, facilitation and coordination.


Develop a strategic information management unit for the Office of Health Standards Compliance.

Develop and implement a monitoring and evaluation strategy.

Work with OHSC teams to conduct data analysis and interpretation of OHSC Inspection results, complaints and investigation data as well as research data.

Ensure improvement and continuation of the highest quality inspections, complaints data collection and highest rigor of analysis.

Devise strategies to interpret, package and disseminate results to different stakeholders.

Assist in preparing and developing monthly, quarterly and annual programme performance reports for OHSC and other reports as required.

Support knowledge management and provide leadership in monitoring and evaluation and ensure collaboration with other units and support of all OHSC activities to fulfil the mandate of the Office.

Identify systemic weaknesses and develop strategies to strengthen OHSC data management processes and planning processes to ensure alignment to strategic goals of the OHSC.

Work collaboratively with all OHSC units to execute the long-term vision for all planning and strategic functions.

Identify and implement key areas of strategic innovation in planning and strategy.

Build and reinforce a culture of excellence and responsiveness.

Perform other related duties as required.

Closing Date: 19 September 2022

Enquiries: Ms L Mashiane or Mr M Mavotsho at telephone numbers: (012) 942 7839/7808

A practical test relating to key areas of knowledge and skills may form part of the selection process for the above post as well as a competency assessment where applicable. Applications should be submitted on-line at .Kindly attach all relevant documentation as well as a CV in which experience is comprehensively detailed. Certified copies of qualification certificates (including matric), ID and drivers’ licence (where applicable) must be attached where requested. It is an applicant’s responsibility to upload all required documents. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications and national certificates (where applicable) evaluated by SAQA and to submit proof of such with their applications. No faxed, posted, hand delivered or e-mailed applications will be considered. Applications received after the closing date and those that do not comply with the requirements will not be considered. The OHSC reserves the right not to fill the above post. Applicants are respectfully informed that correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only; if notification of an interview is not received within 3 months after the closing date, applicants may regard their application as unsuccessful. Candidate(s) will be subjected to personal suitability checks and other vetting procedures.