1 MUNICIPAL MANAGER Generic s and targets for Municipal Manager and Directors The performance objectives, s, annual targets and risks in the following table are applicable to the Municipal Manager: Perf Objective Target Target Description pr : Promote local economic development Annual event with local business held before end of through liaison with business role-players June pr : Ensure sound management Monthly management meetings held? pr : Promote proper procurement through Number of appeals against the municipality regarding 0 maximum sound management the awarding of tenders that were upheld pr : Promote implementation by ensuring that the performance of the municipality is monitored 10 Monthly performance and financial assessments done? Excluding July and December pr : Promote good governance through the publication of an annual report Annual Report as required by MFMA (121) tabled before end of January and approved before end of March? pr : Promote council's objectives by ensuring % of due council decisions initiated 100.0% tasks are implemented pr : Ensure that participative planning takes Monthly checking of IDP/Budget process schedule place done? pr : Ensure the organisation functions Annual review of the macro structure completed? Qtr 4 optimally by maintaining a functional macro-structure pr : Ensure good cooperation between the Performance Management System for Councillors Qtr 4 political and administrative components of the evaluated and revised? municipality pr : Promote and facilitate the creation of jobs % of the LED funds actually spent 90% Qtr 4 pr : Ensure that the financial statement fairly Was a clean audit obtained from the Auditor-General? Qtr 2 represent the position of the Municipality and that performance information is reliable, accurate and complete pr : MFMA Section 131(1): Ensure that any % of issues raised by the Auditor-General in an audit 100.0% issues raised by the Auditor-General in an audit report report addressed are addressed Pr : Consider removing all the vacant posts from the organogram Submit a report with the results to Mayoral Committee by September
2 DIRECTORS The performance objectives, s and targets in the following table are on a management level and are applicable to all the directors: Perf Objective Target Target Description Ensure that capital expenditure is in line with budget and time frames % of capital budget spent See descrip. Between 95% and 105% Implement capital projects Average % completion of capital projects 95.0% for the year Ensure that operating expenditure is in line with budget and time frames % of operating budget spent See descrip. Between 90% and 100% Ensure that the workforce is appropriately skilled % of planned training sessions realised 100.0% Implement all council decisions % of due council decisions initiated 100.0% Ensure proper performance and financial monitoring 10 Monthly performance assessments and reconciliation of departmental records of expenditure with finance Excluding July and December records done? Ensure legal compliance in relation to the annual report Departmental input to the annual report submitted by due date? Facilitate adequate budget planning Budget requests provided to financial department in accordance with the budget time schedule? Complete all assignments from the municipal manager Number of written warnings received from municipal 0 maximum by set date manager Address all correspondence in a timely manner % of all correspondence recorded by Collaborator less 90.0% than 60 days old Implement transformation in the organisation % of employment opportunities applied for appropriate 75.0% equity appointments Ensure that all procurement comply with the legal % compliance with SCM policy with the exception of 100.0% process approved deviations Resolve all audit issues % internal audit queries for which an action plan was 90.0% submitted within 10 working days % internal actions implemented within agreed time 100.0% frame % of Auditor General's queries (comafs) for which an 100.0% action plan was submitted within 5 working days % of Auditor General's findings implemented within 100.0% agreed time frame Identify risks and implement controls Quarterly confirmation of risk assessment? Ensure employee involvement through communication Invocoms held according to approved schedule? (Compliance)
3 Perf Objective Target Target Description Reduce the average duration of vacancies Average duration of vacancies after decision was taken 3 mths maximum by management to fill the post Promote a productive workforce % of person days lost per month due to sick leave 4% pm maximum Ensure the effective monitoring of the EPWP with respect to implementation and reaching of targets Number of person days of work created during the financial year Not applicable to Financial Services Number of work opportunities created during the financial year Not applicable to Financial Services Ensure the safeguarding of assets Each director to confirm the existence of all moveable assets within the department at a Management Team Bi-annually by October and April meeting All moveable assets that became unusable or that were lost or stolen reported immediately in the prescribed manner to the Head: Asset Management Over and above the performance objectives, s and targets in the preceding table, the under mentioned are only applicable to the specific directors, as indicated: Perf Objective Target Target Description Director Development Services pr : Provide for Integrated Housing projects Bulk services for integrated housing projects available? Director Financial Services pr : PM Regulations Reg 10(g): Ensure general % Outstanding service debtors to revenue = B C 15.6% financial viability B represents total outstanding service debtors C represents annual revenue actually received for services % Cost coverage =(B+C) D 6.4% B represents all available cash at a particular time C represents investments D represents monthly fixed operating expenditure % Debt coverage =(B-C) D 27.0% B represents total operating revenue received C represents operating grants D represents debt service payments (i.e. interest + redemption) due within the financial year
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5 Adams, Isak - Administration: Properties and Contracts (Corporate Services) KPA: Administration: Properties and Contracts (Weight = 100%) : Ensure effective rental management Compliance Annual review of rental policies and rates completed by end of May? : Adequately maintain facility infrastructure Compliance Annual maintenance audit completed by December? : Ensure regular reporting on property disposals / leases Compliance Quarterly report submitted to Provincial Treasury on didposals/letting of immovable property (by end January, end April, end July and end October)
6 Arendse, Vessie - Manager: Human Settlements (Development Services) KPA: Housing (Weight = 100%) : Effectively administer Council resources % of flats allocated within one month after being vacated 100.0% : Provide an effective and client orientated housing % of available housing funds spent 100.0% service % contractors paid within 30 days from receiving a certified 100.0% invoice : Ensure that housing access is provided in line with Number of top structures completed planning : Support disaster victims on a continuous basis % disaster victims supported 100.0% : Maintain functional structures to address housing Number of housing committee/ site/ technical meetings 20 for the year issues held : Ensure that all new home owners informed and Number of training sessions held 10 for the year aware of responsibilities and rights : Development of a human settlement plan Housing pipeline reviewed by Council by March?
7 Beneke, Arina - Expenditure (Financial Services) KPA: Asset, Insurance and Vehicle Management (Weight = 100%) : Continuously report on and monitor insurance Compliance Monthly reports compiled according to policy? 12 for the year claims and general control accounts : Ensure the effective management of assets Compliance Annual asset stock taking completed by end of financial year? : Properly manage vehicle expenditure Compliance 10 Monthly meetings with all directors held?
8 Brand, Nicolette - Secretariat and Record Management (Corporate Services) KPA: Secretariat and Record Management (Weight = 100%) : Ensure an effective secretariat service to Council, Compliance Council agendas distributed each quarter according to Mayoral Committee and ward committees policy (i.e. 48 hours in advance)? Compliance EMC agendas distributed monthly according to policy (i.e. 24 hours in advance)? Compliance Ward committee agendas distributed monthly at least 7 days before the meetings? : Ensure the timely distribution of resolutions to Average number of days to distribute EMC, Council and 7 maximum appropriate officials ward committee resolutions according to policy : Improve access to municipal policies and bylaws Compliance Annual review of policy register completed by end of June? : Ensure that council minutes are placed on the Compliance Council minutes placed on the Municipality's website within Municipality's website 5 days after the council meeting? KPA: Secretariat and Record Management (Weight = 100%) : Ensure that ward committees are continually Number of ward committee meetings held per annum 72 At least engaged KPA: Secretariat and Record Management (Weight = 100%) : Appropriately manage the filing system Compliance Annual update of master copy completed by June? : Adequately distribute all incoming correspondence % of incoming mail referred within 48 hours 80.0% : Manage archives in a legally compliant manner Compliance Quarterly inspection reports submitted? : Ensure the disposal of records according to Disposal Authorities issued by the Provincial Archivist Compliance Disposal of records according to Disposal Authorities done by June?
9 Bruwer, Freddie - Head: Cleaning Services (Civil Engineering Services) KPA: Cleaning Services (Weight = 100%) : Ensure that all Swartland residents have access to a % households registered for refuse removal service which 100% high quality and continuous refuse removal service received a service once a week Number of legitimate complaints regarding refuse removal 5 pm maximum : Manage waste sites in an environmentally sensitive % of waste sites that complies with legal requirements and 80.0% manner standards : Continuously monitor the Highlands site Compliance Quarterly monitoring meetings held? : Promote a clean environment through recycling % of quarterly recycling target met 27.0% pm average : Clean all municipal roads to an acceptable standard Number of legitimate written complaints regarding dirty roads received 5 pm maximum
10 De Jongh, Sunet - Head: Human Resource Services (Corporate Services) KPA: Human Resource Services (Weight = 100%) : Ensure the efficient and timely administration of % external appointments made within 3 months after 75.0% appointments advertising : Keep the organogram up to date Compliance Annual review of the organogram completed and submitted to Council by end of June? : Keep human resource policies up to date Status report submitted annually to Director by end of October? : Continuously train and develop staff Compliance Annual compilation of new Skills Development Plan completed by end of April? Compliance Annual reports on bursaries submitted in February? : Implement skills development % of the municipality s salary budget actually spent on implementing its workplace skills plan (cumulative) 1.0% of the salary budget for the year : Promote employment equity through continuous Compliance Compilation/review of Employment Equity plan completed planning by end of November? % of PDI's appointed in terms of the Municipality s 70.0% approved Employment Equity plan for the month : Ensure legal compliance regarding employment Compliance Employment Equity Report submitted to Department of equity reporting Labour by end of September? : Properly manage disciplinary disputes and Compliance Bi-annual report compiled and submitted to Management in processes July and January? Number of unfavourable awards for the employer regarding 0 maximum disputes (CCMA) : Ensure that the Local Labour Forum complies with Report submitted quarterly to SALGBC? Quarterly legal requirements : Promote a productive workforce % of person days lost per month 3% pm maximum : Maintain a safe working environment % of person days per month lost due to injuries 2% pm maximum : Sufficiently orientate new staff to Swartland values % of new personnel receiving induction within one month 100.0% after employment : Properly manage Staff doing private work Compliance Quarterly report submitted to Municipal Manager on private (outside) work done by staff?
11 Dreyden, Morne - Expenditure (Financial Services) KPA: Expenditure (Weight = 100%) : Properly manage expenditure Compliance Monthly meetings with all directors held? 10 with each director Compliance Monthly bank reconciliation and related accounts finalised within 10 working days after end of month? : Properly manage VAT Compliance Zero difference between VAT declared and VAT paid to / received from SARS as submitted by the end of each month? : Properly manage salary related transactions Compliance Draft budgets completed and submitted to CFO by end of November? Compliance Calculation and payment of PAYE, UIF and SDL done for the month? Compliance Annual feedback from SARS concerning the IRP5's positive? : Pay creditors in a timely fashion % creditors paid within 30 days from statement date 95.0%
12 Fourie, Leon - Strategic Manager: Strategic Management (Office of the Municipal Manager) KPA: Local Economic Development (Weight = 10%) : Facilitate the creation of jobs through the municipality's LED initiatives (National ) KPA: Performance Management (Weight = 40%) : Ensure legal compliance regarding performance management Number of jobs created through Municipality s capital projects (contracts > R ) % of Auditor General requirements with respect to PMS 85.0% met : Ensure effective performance management Compliance Annual revision of s and targets done by end of May? KPA: Integrated Development Planning (Weight = 40%) : Ensure legal compliance regarding integrated development planning % of Auditor General requirements with respect to IDP and Annual Plans met 90.0% 100 for the year
13 Gerber, Christo - Reporting and Policy (Financial Services) KPA: Reporting and Policy (Weight = 100%) : Submit financial statements in line with legislation Compliance Annual financial statements submitted before 31 August?
14 Holtzhausen, Marguerite - Head: Community Development (Development Services) KPA: Community Development (Weight = 100%) : Promote the development of child facilities Number of capacity building sessions with ECD 10 for the year organisations in the Swartland : Promote the coordination of social development Number of meetings with Social Development Forum 4 for the year : Promote the capacity of young adults Number of youths from the whole Swartland community 2500 for the year : Promote access to social development services for vulnerable people : Support Local Economic Development through skills development (with special emphasis on towns with low development potential) assisted to access economy Number of people reached through government services at 300 pm the Ilinge Lethu Thusong centre Number of life skills programmes per month 3 pm at least Compliance Home gardens established in collaboration with Dept of agriculture in 5 towns of the Swartland Area by end of June? Compliance Annual progress reports from organisations benefiting from the Municipality submitted by March? Number of training workshop held 2 for the year
15 Le Roux, Pierre - Head: Internal Audit (Office of the Municipal Manager) KPA: Internal Audit (Weight = 100%) : Ensure consistent and accurate performance monitoring Compliance Performance measurement report tabled at Audit Committee in Qtr 1 and Qtr 3? : Ensure that management is aware of all audit Compliance Monthly reports regarding internal audit activities submitted related issues to the Municipal Manager? : Ensure that the Audit Committee is informed of all Compliance Quarterly report submitted to Audit Committee regarding audit (AG and internal) as well as evaluation reports regarding risks affecting the Municipality to ensure opinion on compliance, controls and risk management combined assurance to Council? : Ensure that the Audit Committee function as per Compliance At least four audit Committee meetings held per annum - legislation one each quarter? Compliance Reports issued by the Audit Committee to Council during Quarters 2 and 4? : Continuously update the risk profile of the Compliance Compilation of Risk Based Audit Plan (RBAP) completed Municipality by end of July and approved by the Audit Committee in : Reduce risks through the execution of the appropriate RBAP and recommendation of adequate controls Quarter 1? % execution of the RBAP 80.0% for the year % of outstanding internal audit findings addressed according to scheduled deadlines ph : Ensure proper identification of risks in the Compliance Quarterly review and update of risk assessment of all Municipality directorates done? ph : MFMA Section 131(1): Ensure effective liaison % of Auditor General requests for documents and with the Auditor-General and coordination of the information effectively obtained and submitted (Audit File) implementation of the AG s findings within 2 working days Compliance Comments/action plan obtained from responsible manager within 5 days from date of issue for all COMAFS submitted by the AG % of outstanding findings addressed according to schedule deadlines Compliance Quarterly key control report compiled on behalf of the AG and approved? ph : Ensure up to date policies Compliance Annual review of IA Strategic and Work procedure by end of June? Compliance Annual review of Risk Management Plan by end of June? Compliance Annual review of Audit Committee Charter by end of June? 3 pq 1 pq 1 pq 2 pa 100.0% 6 one per director per quarter 100.0% Quarter 1 and 2 Quarter 1 and %
16 Loock, Ilse - Communication and Public Relations (Corporate Services) KPA: Communication and Public Relations (Weight = 100%) : Render a quality library service Monthly circulation figures pm : Protect library material through consumer training Number of annual consumer training programmes 16 (2 per library) for the year : Report to PGWC on a monthly basis Compliance Monthly report on expenditure in terms of municipal replacement fund and grant submitted to PGWC? KPA: Communication and Public Relations (Weight = 100%) : Ensure the Local Tourism Organisation (LTO) complies with the Service Level Agreement Compliance Quarterly reports submitted by LTO? Compliance Annual financial statements submitted by June? Compliance Annual Report by Chairperson submitted by September?
17 Marais, Kobus - Head: Occupational and Environmental Health (Development Services) KPA: Occupational Health and Environmental Health (Weight = 40%) : Ensure that all the required safety representatives % of identified workstations safety rep's in place 100% are in place : Reduce injuries on duty Number of injuries on duty 5 pm maximum : Ensure the effective administration of claims % claims submitted within 14 days from final report from 100.0% doctor : Ensure that health and safety committees are Compliance Quarterly meetings of Health and safety committees held? functional : Ensure that all capital projects comply with safety % of projects with safety specifications 100.0% regulations KPA: Caravan Parks (Weight = 20%) : Manage caravan parks effectively % of the operating budget for maintenance of caravan 100.0% for the year parks spent Annual customer survey undertaken during December? % "good" and "fair" ratings out of the total ratings done by 75.0% Minimum guests KPA: Non Related Environmental Health (Weight = 40%) : Keep the water quality on an acceptable level Average no of water samples taken 6 pm % deviation from water standard followed up 100.0% : Ensure that all identified erven in urban areas are Compliance Notifications for all erven that have to be cleaned issued by compliant with standards end of November? : Monitor air pollution in the area Database of fuel burning processes updated by end of March? : Provide an effective pest control service % requests for pest control responded to within 14 days 100.0% Annual pest control programme completed by end of May?
18 Papier, Hilmary - Budgeting (Financial Services) KPA: Budgeting (Weight = 100%) : Provide accurate service information R value retained by government due to underspending of government grants R0 maximum
19 Pienaar, Gaynor - Credit Control (Financial Services) KPA: Credit Control (Weight = 100%) : Appropriately manage debt Quarterly write-off transactions completed % debtors handed over end of year 95.0% : Optimise credit control trough continuous trend Cash received as % of the amount levied in the previous 90.0% analysis month : Ensure access to free basic services % households earning less than 2X old age pension 100.0% subsidy per month with access to free basic services : Review of credit and debt collection policy Policy reviewed by end of June 2014?
20 Pienaar, Johan - Manager: Information Management (Electrical Engineering Services) KPA: Information Management (Weight = 100%) : Ensure that all personnel have full time access to % availability of critical IT resources / services? 98% the computer network : Address requests effectively % of requests lodged with Helpdesk resolved within % hours : Ensure proper management of IT systems Compliance Quarterly IT Committee meetings held? : Ensure relevant and efficient IT service and Compliance Annual review of IT Governance Framework by end of infrastructure May? Compliance Annual review of ICT Strategic Plan by end of May? Compliance Annual survey of new strategic IT needs and changes in the organisation done and submitted to Management Team by end of October?
21 Quickfall, Neville - Head: Building Services (Civil Engineering Services) KPA: Buildings and Maintenance (Weight = 100%) : Ensure that council buildings remain functional % of the operating budget for maintenance of council 100.0% for the year houses and council buildings spent % legitimate complaints i.r.o. incidents addressed within % hours : Complete road markings on time % of the operating budget for road markings spent 100.0% for the year % of road markings work schedule completed 100.0% for the year % of legitimate requests / complaints addressed within % weeks : Effectively execute maintenance projects % of planned and/or unforeseen maintenance projects of 90.0% for the year council buildings completed % of planned and/or unforeseen maintenance projects of 90.0% for the year council houses completed
22 Rossouw, Tom - Head: Operations, Maintenance and Construction (Electrical Engineering Services) KPA: Construction Management (Weight = 16%) : Properly manage departmental construction projects % of total actual completion according to schedule 90.0% KPA: Maintenance Management (Weight = 16%) : Properly maintain the electricity network Compliance Review of maintenance policy and safety plans done by September? % of maintenance budget spent 95.0% for the year : Ensure that disruptions are in line with standards % average compliance of planned disruptions (monthly) 95.0% KPA: Operational Management (Weight = 16%) : Appropriately monitor and maintain network infrastructure : Ensure proper monitoring of the Client Service Charter KPA: Electricity Safety (Weight = 20%) : Ensure sound safety practices in the provision of electrical service (<8 hr / incident) % of main substations inspected 100.0% % of unforeseen power outages (electrical faults, malfunctioning equipment, etc.) repaired within 1,5 hours Number of reportable safety incidents in terms of legislation 60.0% 2 maximum for the year
23 Smith, Jacques - Head: Fire and Emergency Services (Protection Services) KPA: Fire and Emergency Services (Weight = 100%) : Provide a quality fire fighting service Number of vehicles non-operational for more than 5 days 0 maximum during the month Compliance Monthly inspection of vehicles and equipment done? Complaints not sufficiently adressed within 5 days 0 maximum regarding fire fighting services : Reduce fire risks through continuous public Number of educational / awareness campaigns 10 for the year awareness : Properly maintain all supporting infrastructure Total no of hydrants monitored and repaired 1200 for the year : Strengthening of the fire fighting service Compliance Standard fire fighting by-law review adopted by end of Dec : Compilation and annual review of the Disaster Compliance Compilation completed by June 2014 Management Plan : Communicate Disaster Management Plan with Compliance Quarterly meetings held after completion of plan June relevant role-players : Disaster readiness drill Compliance Drill conducted annually after completion of plan
24 Steyn, Roman - Manager: Traffic and Law Enforcement (Protection Services) KPA: Operational Services (Weight = 50%) : Provide an effective traffic and law enforcement service Number of K78 roadblocks held 6 per quarter minimum Number of scheduled foot patrols worked 70 per quarter minimum Number of vehicle check points held 55 per quarter minimum Number of by-law operations held 5 per quarter minimum : Effectively manage speeding fines % of first notifications issued by service providers within % days Number of mobile speed camera operational hours 480 hrs per quarter minimum : Ensure that legal registers are compliant Compliance Monthly maintenance of court and AG registers by service provider done? : Report to council regularly Compliance Monthly report submitted? : Undertake pro-active programmes and projects Number of traffic safety awareness programmes 10 minimum for the year Number of by-law awareness campaigns held 10 minimum for the year KPA: Operational Services (Weight = 50%) : Increase in law compliance Compliance Number of interactions with public prosecutors in respect of 4 per annum withdrawal of traffic fines and court sentences held per annum Compilation of schedule of by-laws done annually to determine if a revision is necessary KPA: Vehicle Registration and Licensing (Weight = 50%) : Manage funds properly Compliance Number of daily reconciliations not done 0 maximum
25 Swanepoel, MJ - Head: Planning and Design (Electrical Engineering Services) KPA: Planning and Design (Weight = 35%) : Ensure that all households have access to electricity % erven with access to electricity service 100% (National ) : Continuously do master planning Compliance Up to date Master plans available by end of June? (subject to available budget) : Properly set and operate electrical protection % of MV trip incidents investigated with report 100.0% systems : Meet reporting requirements Compliance Annual Quality of Supply Report submitted by end of October? KPA: Customer Services (Weight = 30%) : Ensure sufficient income to cover costs % of expenditure covered by connection income 100.0%
26 Swart, Pieter - Supply Chain Management (Financial Services) KPA: Supply Chain Management (Weight = 100%) : Properly manage expenditure Compliance No order were placed, but paid, that would lead to unauthorised spending during the month? : Properly manage municipal stores and stationary Compliance Quarterly stock spot checks done? Compliance Annual stock-taking completed by end of June? Compliance Annual auction held before end of November? : Ensure that all service providers comply with tax Compliance Monthly verification that tax clearance certificates are clearance certification included with all formal and informal tenders? : Ensure that all service providers are accessible for Compliance Annual update of the supplier list by inviting new suppliers the municipality to register completed before end of March? : Comply with statutory reporting requirements % of reporting requirement met 100.0% : Keep the supply chain management policy relevant and up to date Compliance Annual review of SCM Policy completed by end of May?
27 Van der Merwe, Elsabé - Income (Financial Services) KPA: Income (Weight = 100%) : Ensure that all monies are banked Compliance Banking of all monies done daily for the month (less than R100 excluded)? : Ensure proper budget control Compliance Monthly budget control done, deviations pointed out and reported to CFO? : Do proper financial planning Compliance Draft income budget submitted to CFO by end of November? : Ensure the proper inter-departmental management Compliance Monthly meetings with all directors held (excluding July and 10 with each director of income December)? : Provide accurate service information Compliance Monthly update of (elec & water) statistics and distribution losses done? : Ensure that electricity tariffs comply with legal Compliance Electricity tariffs approved (must be applied before the 90 requirements day budget) : Ensure the proper management of income Compliance Daily reports in balance at the end of the month? Compliance Weekly reconciliation of cash received?
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