Human Resources Operations Support Position at the National Treasury Department of South Africa

Human Resources Operations Support Position at the National Treasury Department of South Africa

In order to be considered for this position, a Grade 12 is required along with a National Diploma (equivalent to NQF level 6) or a Bachelor’s Degree (equivalent to NQF level 7) in one of the following disciplines.

Human Resources Operations Support Position at the National Treasury Department of South Africa

Experience in remuneration and benefits administration for at least two years, exposure to human resources management framework on benefit administration, and knowledge of PILIR and probation.


DUTIES: Some key outputs include: Human Resources Benefits Administration; Administer all newly appointed employees’ benefits requirements and advise clients accordingly, Implement operational processes and procedures efficiently, provide advice and guidance to internal stakeholders regarding leave days, etc.

Manage and monitor HR System Change Control (SCC) of employee Service Records and PERSAL profiles for conformity, and perform self-audits on benefits provision.

The implementation of employee benefits in accordance with DPSA resolutions and broader compensation frameworks. The administration and processing of all employee benefits in accordance with policies and procedures.

Provide assistance and advice to internal clients regarding PILIR processes related to incapacity leave, assist internal audit with the provision of information.

Conduct ICT assessments of outstanding probation reports for finalization, Analyze the validity of probationary reports and scrutinize remarks for implementation, Advise on the extension of probationary periods, Analyze reports, trends, and follow-up on outstanding reports negatively influence potential appointment of employees.

Engagement of stakeholders; Consult clients on outstanding documents for appointment, Provide feedback on progress of benefits due for implementation, Engage and provide solutions to clients who have questions about benefits, Liaise with GEPF (GPAA), GEMS, SOMA and other external service providers for outstanding cases.


Application Note

The National Treasury utilizes an e-Recruitment system, effective from 7 April 2021, which means all applicants must login/register to apply for positions as we no longer accept applications via email or hand delivery/post. As per the DPSA Practice Note, applicants are responsible for ensuring their profiles are completed in the eRecruitment system, which is equivalent to the new approved Z83.

It will still be necessary to upload certain documents, including copies of all qualifications, including the National Senior Certificate/Matric Certificate, ID, etc.

These documents don’t need to be certified at the moment of application, but they will need to be certified prior to the interview. In order to test the relevant technical elements of the job, all shortlisted candidates for SMS posts will be subjected to a technical exercise, the details of which will be communicated by the Department.

Prior to finalisation of appointment, candidates must complete the Nyukela Public Service SMS Preentry Programme, endorsed by the National School of Government, which can be found on

We will conduct all qualification, criminal, and SA citizenship checks on all shortlisted candidates and, where necessary, additional checks as well.

All foreign qualifications (including O and A level certificates) must be evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA), and this is not negotiable. Your application’s status will be visible on the e-Recruitment site. You should consider your application unsuccessful if you have not received feedback within 3 months of the closing date from the National Treasury.

NOTE: The National Treasury reserves the right to not fill the below-mentioned posts, to put a position on hold, or to re-advertise a position. The National Treasury follows POPIA requirements.

Closing Date:22 May 2023

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