Environmental Officer Production

Posted on :

2 Apr, 2015

Category :

Environmental Jobs in South Africa, Vacancies South Africa

Wildlife Trade and Regulation
SALARY : R194 289 per annum
CENTRE : Waterberg District: Lephalale Service Centre

REQUIREMENTS : NQF 6 qualification in Nature Conservation. One (1) year working experience in
the nature conservation field. Knowledge of environmental legislations and
multilateral environmental agreements. Computer literacy (preferably packages
such as MS Excel, PowerPoint, MS Word, Internet etc.)Driver’s license. Ability to
work overtime. Environmental Management Inspectorate (EMI) qualification will
be an added advantage.


DUTIES : Regulate and monitor the hunting industry. Management of damage causing
animals. Regulate game capture operations and translocation. Regulate the
establishment and the functioning of wildlife centres. Implement the Convention
on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).
Processing of permit applications for the use of natural resources.
ENQUIRIES : Mrs S Malan (015) 293 8678


APPLICATIONS : Submission of applications: Direct your application quoting the relevant reference
number, position and management area on the Z83 to: The Head of Department:
Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism, Private Bag
X9484 Polokwane, 0700. Hand delivered applications may be submitted at
Evridiki Towers, Registry Office, 19 Biccard Street, Office B1-73, Polokwane.

CLOSING DATE : 2 April 2015

NOTE : For applications to be accepted, applications must be submitted on a Z83 form
(Public Service Application form), obtainable from any Public Service
Department, and must be completed in full and signed. Applications must be
accompanied by a comprehensive CV, certified copies of qualifications and ID
NOT older than three (3) months. Where an advertisement states that a valid
driver’s licence is required, please submit a certified copy of your licence. Failure
to submit the requested documents will result in the application not being
considered. Applicants in possession of a foreign qualification must furnish this
Department with an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification
Authority (SAQA). Please send a separate and complete application for each
post you apply for, stating the correct reference for each position you are
interested in. Faxed and e-mailed applications will not be accepted. Candidates
must comply with the minimum appointment requirements. CV’s should be
aligned to reflect one’s degree of compliance with the above mentioned
requirements and responsibilities. It will be expected of candidates to be
available for selection interviews on the date, time and place as determined by
the Department. Applications must reach the Department before the closing
date. It is the sole responsibility of an applicant to ensure that their applications
reach the Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism
before the stipulated closing date. Applications received after the closing date
will not be considered. NOTE BEFORE YOU APPLY: All costs associated with
an application will be borne by the applicant. The Department of Economic
Development, Environment and Tourism is an equal opportunity, affirmative
action employer. It is our intent to promote representitivity (race, gender and
disability) in the Department through the filling of these posts. Candidates whose
transfer / promotion / appointment will promote representivity will receive
preference. An indication in this regard will facilitate the processing of
applications. Applicants who have retired from the Public Service with a specific
determination that they cannot be reappointed or have been declared medically
unfit will not be considered. Please take note that correspondence will only be
conducted with the short-listed candidates. If you have not been contacted within
three (3) months of the closing date of the advertisement, please accept that your
application was unsuccessful. Applicants must note that further checks will be
conducted once they are short-listed and that their appointment is subject to
positive outcomes on these checks, which includes security clearance, security
vetting, qualification verification and criminal record verification. Applicants may
also be subjected to a competency assessment. Appointment to some of these
posts will be provisional, pending the issue of a security clearance. If you cannot
get a security clearance, your appointment will be reconsidered/possibly
terminated. Fingerprints will be taken on the day of the interviews. The
Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism reserve the
right not to fill any of these advertised posts.

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