NBCRFLI Vacancies 2022 in Johannesburg

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NBCRFLI Vacancies 2022 Apply for Dispute Supervisor Jobs in Johannesburg

NBCRFLI has released a Dispute Supervisor job notification at www.nbcrfli.org.za Careers website. NBCRFLI has displayed vacant seats for the post of Dispute Supervisor vacancies. Candidates satisfying the desired eligibility conditions as mentioned in the National Bargaining Council for the Road Freight and Logistics Industry official notification can submit their application in the prescribed format on before last date with the help of details given below-
NOTE:- Candidates are suggested to read the original NBCRFLI job notification before applying for desired post.

Name of Available Job Post ⇒ Dispute Supervisor
Name of Vacancies ⇒ NBCRFLI Vacancies 2022
Job Location ⇒ Jobs in Johannesburg
Salary ⇒ R 178,078.00-309,110.00 Yearly
Last Date ⇒ Untill Fill

NBCRFLI Job Description

The purpose of the position for Supervisor: Gauteng Disputes Section is to ensure efficient functioning of the disputes section. The position will be responsible for the supervision of the activities of the CMO’s, Client service center staff and the Disputes Administrator to ensure high levels of service provision to the stakeholders. Work with Commissioners allocated to the Region to ensure Professional service as required by law and as per SLA. The supervisor will ensure that all the activities of the section are well coordinated and prepare all relevant reports for the Regional Managers attention. Ensure the smooth coordination between the Head Office Disputes section in relation to all Regional cases that are to be handled by Disputes section in line with the provisions of the LRA and to ensure efficient turnaround times on all cases. Keep all records and statistics of cases referred to Head office and receive reports monthly on progress on each stage of the case. Prepare monthly consolidated reports and statistics for the Region.

Job Description/ Objectives:

  • Monitor and supervise the staff in all their activities.
  • Ensure that the Standards and procedures are followed by all and report any deviations and excellence.
  • Ensure that resources are adequate for the efficient operation and that the resources are utilized responsibly by all.
  • Receive and check the accuracy in relation to the service provider of all invoices from the commissioners or other Section service providers.
  • Ensure that service surveys are conducted and keep statistics of the service perception and report accordingly.
  • Monitor and ensure that all clients visiting our service centers (Ground Floor and Disputes Center) are timeously attended.
  • Keep all record and cases for the Region and monitor finalization of each case systematically.  
  • Monitor that interpreter and Commissioners are booked timeously.
  • Monitor and ensure that notices to parties are sent as per procedures and that all documents are accurate.
  • Generate invoices where parties are ordered to pay wasted costs.
  • Obtaining pay slips from payroll and hand to CMO’S for distributing to panelists.
  • Prepare monthly section reports for the Regional Manager.
  • Attend monthly Regional meetings and any other meetings that are convened internally and externally.
  • Prepare performance contracts of staff and service providers and conduct performance appraisals quarterly or half yearly as may be required and submit reports accordingly.
  • Check all awards received from commissioners, before referring to CCMA or to Head office disputes section and update system.

Related Skills:

  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Good Communicator
  • Supervisory skills
  • Good Administrative skills
  • Knowledge of LRA and other Labour laws

Qualifications & Experience:

Matric qualification with a certificate in Labour Relations/Human Resources. An incumbent in this position is expected to have 3 years’ experience in Supervisory position and or alternatively Bargaining Council Administration/ CCMA case Management experience.

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NBCRFLI Vacancies 2022 Apply for Agent Jobs in Kimberley

NBCRFLI has released a Agent job notification at www.nbcrfli.org.za Careers website. NBCRFLI has displayed vacant seats for the post of Agent vacancies. Candidates satisfying the desired eligibility conditions as mentioned in the National Bargaining Council for the Road Freight and Logistics Industry official notification can submit their application in the prescribed format on before last date with the help of details given below-
NOTE:- Candidates are suggested to read the original NBCRFLI job notification before applying for desired post.

Name of Available Job Post ⇒ Agent
Name of Vacancies ⇒ NBCRFLI Vacancies 2022
Job Location ⇒ Jobs in Kimberley
Salary ⇒ R 116,291.00 Yearly
Last Date ⇒ 10 February 2022

NBCRFLI Job Description

Job Purpose:

Is to ensure that all companies falling in the Council scope of registration are registered and compliant with all agreements of the NBCRFLI that are promulgated by the Minister of Labour in terms of the LRA.

Job Objectives:

  • Promote, monitor and enforce compliance with all Collective Agreements by investigating and searching, determining jurisdiction for companies that are operating in the registered scope of the Council, registering or opening cases where companies refuse to register.
  • Interpretation of all clauses of the Main Collective Agreements in order to enforce all Council Agreements and issue Compliance Orders to companies that are none compliant.
  • Calculate and determine the amounts owing to Council as a result of non-compliance, conciliate disputes on non-compliance and issue a certificate of outcomes if dispute is unresolved for case to be referred to Arbitration for independent Commissioner to Arbitrate.
  • Conduct full inspection i.e. full inspection, logbook inspection, educational inspection and demarcation disputes inspection in loco and issue findings report.
  • Discuss and explain inspection reports with stakeholders in order to avoid future non-compliance.
  • Receive complainant cases to Investigate for enforcement, decide on appropriate form of investigation to be undertaken  and ensure quality case investigations within prescribed period
  • Attend to enquiries and requests related to the role and purpose of the Council and other matters related to the collective agreements and applicable legislation
  • Lead Enforcement cases already referred to Arbitration and ensure successful Prosecution of cases during arbitration
  • Serving of circulars and marketing material to stakeholders during company visits and ensuring that all stakeholders regard the NBCRFLI as a valuable partner
  • Prepare and submit weekly activity reports.
  • Planning and organising of daily, weekly and monthly enforcement activities.
  • Perform perception surveys with Stakeholders.
  • Negotiate, Drafting and signing of settlement agreement with employer representatives and submit such agreement to commissioners for approval as an Arbitration award.
  • Cost centre management and control of cost items related to the function.
  • Resolve all unresolved queries and problems from Fund Admin, Dispute, Arbitration, Litigation, Client Services, Returns Control & Membership Department related to allocated companies with employer representatives
  • Execute (Serve to companies) legal documents such as compliance orders, notice of arbitration, writ of execution, membership queries and awards
  • Training and Educating Industry HR Practitioners and employees in relation to Council online system and application and or provisions of Agreements.
  • Scrutinize all electronically generated exception reports, check, investigate and issue manual Compliance orders were necessary and report appropriate actions where relevant.
  • Address mass employee gatherings on Agreement and compliance related issues.
  • Building stakeholder relationships with company and employee representatives and at all times conducting oneself in an objective and fair manner.
  • Being a Custodian of the NBCRFLI image and reputation, conduct oneself in a manner which will promote aforesaid. (We are in agreement with the proposals).

Requirements Knowledge:

  • Knowledge of all Labour Legislation and Bargaining Council’s Collective Agreements
  • Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration skills
  • Computer literacy
  • Conflict resolution skills
  • Driver’s licence

 Related Skills:

  • Strong analytical skills
  • Customer Relations
  • Conflict Handling
  • Strong communication and persuasion skills
  • Inspire confidence
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • High levels of competence in problem solving
  • Mediation Skills
  • Conflict resolution and prevention skills
  • Attention to detail

Education & Qualification:

  • Grade 12
  • Post Matric Qualification with a minimum of three years study in Labour Law or Human Resource Management

Remuneration Grade: C3

 It is the Council’s intention to promote equity through the filling of all numeric targets as contained in the EE Plan, first preference will be given to African Males; African Females; Coloured Males and Coloured Females.

Applications: All applications accompanied by comprehensive word format resume’ must be forwarded to the NBCRFLI Human Resources department via email address   or upload your resume’ on the website before the closing date.

Closing date: 10 February 2021

Should you not hear from us 30 days after the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful.

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