Department of Human Settlements Has Vacancies for Data Capturers (9 posts)

Department of Human Settlements Has Vacancies for Data Capturers (9 posts). Eastern Cape Department of Human Settlements invites suitably qualified candidates to apply for the position of Data Capturer X9 positions to be based in Eastern Cape.


  • Applicants must be in possession of a Grade 12 Certificate
  • National Diploma or Advanced certificate (NQF Level 6) as recognized by South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).
  • Minimum 1 year public service internship programme experience will be given preference.
  • A relevant working experience in Data Capturing will serve as an added advantage.
  • Basic gathering of information.
  • Ability to handle stressful environment.
  • Self-propelled, responsive person with positive attitude.
  • Strong Computer literacy
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Organizing and planning skills
  • Communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Analytical skills,
  • Problem solving skills
  • Financial management skills.


  • Collect, review, and verify EPWP statistical data from Human Settlements construction sites.
  • Capture information from hard copies as submitted by the different Service Providers to electronic system i.e., MS Word/Excel/PowerPoint, computer network system and EPWP reporting systems.
  • Ensure that information captured is accurate and of a good standard.
  • Report on a monthly and quarterly basis to different structures.
  • Liaise with different stakeholders during work preparation.
  • Compile monthly stipends for EPWP participants.
  • Execute related administrative duties: Update and file records.

Closing date: 10 April 2024

Shortlisted candidates will be required to undergo typing test.

ENQUIRES : Ms Wendy Tsitsi Tel No:(043) 711 9900 or (043) 711 9599

APPLICATIONS : Post to be Hand delivered to Project Management Unit: Department of Human Settlements 31 33 Waverly Park, Chislehurst East London 5247 OR email to [email protected]

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