POST 04/80 : SENIOR PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER: QUOTATION

at Department of Water and Sanitation
Location Nelspruit, South Africa
Date Posted September 10, 2019
Category Administration
Job Type Full-time

Description

POST 04/80 : SENIOR PROVISIONING ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER: QUOTATION

MANAGEMENT REF NO: 150219/07

Branch: Finance (Main Account)

SALARY : R299 709 per annum (Level 08)
CENTRE : Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : A National Diploma or Degree in Public Management/Finance/Supply Chain

Management/Logistics/Purchasing Management. Three (3) to five (5) years
experience in SCM and Acquisition Management. Knowledge of organizational
and government structures. Knowledge and understanding of Supply Chain
Management Framework and processes. Understanding of the application of SCM
procedures and Delegations. Knowledge and understanding of the application of
Broad based Black Economic Empowerment. Report Writing, communication and
supervision skills. Accountability and good ethical conduct.

DUTIES : Sourcing of quotation based on different threshold levels. Attend quotations

evaluations sessions with end users. Ensure Compliance with Departmental SCM
Policy, PPPFA, National Treasury Prescripts/Instruction notes as well as any
legislation governing the procurement of goods and services. Provide regular
feedback to clients regarding the status of their requests. Produce monthly
biweekly progress reports. Supervision of officials.

ENQUIRIES : Ms E Kgwadi, Tel (012) 336 7120
APPLICATIONS : Head Office (Pretoria): Please forward you applications quoting reference number

to: The Department of Water and Sanitation, Private Bag X 350, Pretoria, 0001 or
hand deliver at the Continental Building, corner Visagie and Bosman Street,
Pretoria.

FOR ATTENTION : Ms LI Mabole

POST 04/81 : ARTISAN FOREMAN (GRADE A): (FITTERS AND TURNER) REF NO:

150219/08

NWRI Central Operations: Maintenance

SALARY : R286 500 per annum (OSD)
CENTRE : Jericho Dam (Usutu River)
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate Trade Test Certificate. Five (5) years post-qualification experience

as an artisan. A driver’s licence (a certified copy must be attached). Team
leadership. Knowledge of technical analysis, computer-aided applications, legal
compliance, technical report writing and production, process knowledge and skills.
Problem solving and analytical decision making, team work and analytical skills.
Creativity, self-management, customer focus and responsiveness.
Communication skills both (verbal and written) and computer literacy. Planning and
organising skills. Conflict management. Ability to work independently and under
pressure. Knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety Act, PMDS and PFMA.
Drawing skills and ability to read drawings. Willingness to travel. Candidates may
be required to complete a practical and theoretical test.

DUTIES : Maintenance of bulk raw water infrastructure (dams, reservoirs, pump stations and

pipelines) and machinery. Inspect equipment for technical faults and repair
according to standards. Service equipment according to schedule. Ensure quality
assurance in line with specifications. Ensure adherence to safety standards,
requirements and regulations. Implement planned maintenance and update
maintenance logbooks. Compile and submit reports as required. Supervise and
mentor staff. Continuous individual development to keep up with new technologies
and procedures.

ENQUIRIES : Mr MC Nchabeleng Tel No: (017) 846 6000
APPLICATIONS : Please forward your applications to the Acting Scheme Manager Central

Operations NWRI, Department of Water and Sanitation, Private Bag X 1004, Usutu
River, Amsterdam, 2375.

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FOR ATTENTION : Thomo K.E

POST 04/82 : ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER (PRODUCTION): WATER USE AUTHORISATION

ROCESSING REF NO 150219/09 (X3 POSTS)

12 Month Contract
Branch: Chief Operations Office: KZN
Dir: Institutional Management

SALARY : R256 815 per annum (OSD) Plus 37% in lieu of benefits
CENTRE : Durban
REQUIREMENTS : A relevant National Diploma in Environmental Management or Natural Sciences.

One (1) year working experience, including internship or experiential learning will
be an added advantage. A valid driver’s license (certified copy must be attached).
Sound knowledge of integrated water resource management and water resource
protection. Knowledge and understanding of the water sector: relevant legislations
(NWA, CARA and NEMA, MPRDA) together with the related policies, regulations,
principles, guidelines, tools and procedures; policy development, implementation
and monitoring. Skills and experience in management of human resources.
Excellent communication skills including verbal, report writing, presentation skills.
Sound interpersonal skills as well as the ability to work in a multi-disciplinary team.
Willingness to work abnormal hours and under pressure as well as travel country-
wide. Proven liaison and networking skills especially as they relate to Corporative
Governance and stakeholder engagement.

DUTIES : Assess completeness of WULAs & conduct site inspections. Liaise with clients and

other stakeholders to obtain outstanding information during WULA assessments.
Requesting of scientific input within the Department using the specified templates.
Access and evaluate Hydrological and Environmental information with regard to
licence applications. Assist in development of policies and guidelines for the
implementation of National Water Act (NWA), 36 of 1998, with regard to water use
sector. Final assessment of information submitted by Water Use Licence
Applicants and input from internal specialists. Drafting record of recommendations
(RoRs) and resultant decision documents. Draft licence conditions to
control/mitigate the negative impacts of water uses. Assist on responding to
queries from clients within and outside the department.

ENQUIRIES : Ms Z Hadebe Tel No: (031) 336 2700
APPLICATIONS : KwaZulu Natal (Durban): Please forward your applications quoting the relevant

reference number to the Provincial Head: KwaZulu-Natal, Department of Water
and Sanitation, P O Box 1018, Durban, 4000.

FOR ATTENTION : The Manager (Human Resources)