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APPLICATIONS : Director-General, Department of Environmental Affairs, Private Bag X447, Pretoria, 0001 or hand-delivered to: Environment House, Erf 1563 Arcadia Extension 6, Cnr Soutpansberg and Steve Biko Road, Arcadia, Pretoria.
FOR ATTENTION : Human Resource Management
CLOSING DATE : 17 February 2020
NOTE : Application must be submitted on a signed and dated Z83 form with a copy of a comprehensive CV, certified copies of qualifications, ID document and where a driver’s license is requirement, a certified copy must be attached in order to be considered. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). Correspondence will be limited to successful candidates only. Short-listed candidates will be subjected to screening and security vetting to determine their suitability for employment, including but not limited to: Criminal records; Citizen Status; Credit worthiness; Previous employment (reference checks); and Qualification verification. The persons appointed to this position will be subjected to a security clearance. The Department reserves the right not to make an appointment. No faxed, e-mailed and late applications will be considered. If you have not been contacted within three (3) months after the closing date of the advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.
POST 04/43 : CONTROL ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER GRADE A: EMI CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT REF NO: LACE20/2019
SALARY : R495 219 per annum (OSD)
CENTRE : Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : 4 years Degree in Natural or Environmental Sciences or equivalent qualification plus 6 years’ post qualification experience in related field. Knowledge and experience in the design, development, implementation, presentation, monitoring and evaluation of compliance and enforcement capacity-building programmes. Ability to develop online training curriculum and manage the eLearning training platform. Ability to interact with and provide assistance to a wide range of stakeholders as well as an understanding of intergovernmental relations and cooperative governance. Excellent written, verbal and visual communication skills, particularly the ability translate written training curriculum into multimedia eLearning modules and assessments. Sound knowledge of the legislative framework related to the Environmental Management Inspectorate (EMI) in South Africa. Strategic, problem-solving and organisational skills. Administrative and 28 logistical skills, including project management, government procurement, budgetary monitoring and events management. Customer focus and responsiveness. Be willing to travel and in possession of a valid driver’s license. Ability to work independently, and as part of a team. Computer literate and meticulous.
DUTIES : To plan, implement, facilitate and participate in the national environmental compliance and enforcement (both basic and specialised) capacity-building programmes for key role-players, including national, provincial and municipal EMIs, prosecutors and other compliance and enforcement role-players. Provide capacity development support to operational projects of national, provincial and municipal EMIs and other compliance and enforcement role-players. Liaise and collaborate with international / domestic environmental authorities as well as tertiary education institutions, NGOs and other relevant stakeholders on compliance and enforcement capacity-development initiatives. Manage the EMI basic and advanced training curriculum, including the overall development, collation, categorisation, review and updating of all written and multimedia training material. Develop and manage the EMI Compliance and Enforcement eLearning training curriculum and assessments. Initiate and monitor the procurement of external goods and services (including venues, presenters, equipment etc.) required to support the delivery of environmental compliance and enforcement capacity development and operational initiatives.
ENQUIRIES : Mr J du Toit Tel No: 012 399 8858
NOTE : People with disabilities are encouraged to apply