Dept. of Environmental Affairs: Project Coordinator Vacancies X 2 Positions

Posted on :

13 Aug, 2015

Category :

Environmental Jobs in South Africa, Project Management Jobs in South Africa

SALARY : R 242 382 per annum (Total package of R338 010 per annum/ conditions Apply)
CENTRE : North West and Northern Cape

REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate 3-year Bachelor’s Degree/National Diploma in
Forestry/Natural/Environmental Science or Grade 12 coupled with extensive
relevant experience in natural resource management and alien vegetation. Sound
project management skills, good communication skills and sound organisation
and planning skills. Knowledge of Working for Water policies and procedures,
knowledge of legislation relevant to alien vegetation control will serve as an added advantage. Knowledge of the Public Service and Departmental
procedures and prescripts. Computer literacy, knowledge of the Public Finance
Management Act (PFMA). People management, change management and
empowerment skills. Valid driver’s licence and willingness to travel and work long
hours with limited supervision.

DUTIES : Provide project planning support services to the project by developing a strategic
clearing plan and an Annual Plan of Operation (APO) for approval of budget
allocation. Facilitate the implementation of project plans through the
establishment of project advisory committees. Monitor implementation of project
plans by conducting site audits to ensure compliance with Working for Water
policies/standards, health and safety prescripts and various environment and
agriculture legislation which govern alien vegetation control. Render project close
out services by conducting final site inspections and facilitating in the handing
over of cleared land to the land user.

ENQUIRIES : Mr V Lubisi Tel: (012) 250 1004 Mr N Mango Tel: (053) 836 7600

APPLICATIONS : Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag x 4390, Cape
Town, 8000 or hand-delivered to 14 Loop Street, Cape Town. No faxed, e-mailed
and late applications will be considered.

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