Posted on :
2 Aug, 2019
2 Aug, 2019
CSA believes “People need nature to thrive “, and so seeks to promote and support conservation, restoration, and sustainable land use in South Africa’s Hotspots as an essential element of food security and land reform, human and economic development, and building resilience to the impacts of climate change.
CSA works in three landscape demonstrations to help local communities protect these natural habitats that support their livelihoods by helping them to acquire skills and implement initiatives help protect nature and counteract the effects of climate change and other activities that negatively affect livelihoods and put species at risk of extinction.
Job Title: Human Resources Manager
Location: Cape Town
Ensuring that we have the right people in the right jobs and that they are sufficiently supported is an essential part in being able to achieve our mission. This full-time position will be responsible for day to day HR Management function of a medium sized local affiliate of a large international NGO.
Essential knowledge and skills: (If you cannot answer “Yes” to all the items below please do not apply)
Skills and Qualifications required:
The position is based in the Cape Town Southern Suburbs. Salary package will be commensurate with experience – please note that this is mid-level position within a limited budget and not a senior management level vacancy and salary will be capped according to market rates due to budget constraints.
CSA is an affirmative action employer, Wherever possible, selection will favour previously disadvantaged individuals, provided they are in possession of the required skills, knowledge and experience.
Please submit your abbreviated CV (no longer than 3 pages) with contact details of 3 referees, to: [email protected]. Please make use of the reference HRMan0719.
Candidates who have received no response within 14 days of the closing should kindly assume that their application was unsuccessful. CSA reserves the right not to fill this position.
Application Deadline: 12 August 2019