ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER (14 POSTS)

ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER PRODUCTION: WATER USE AUTHORISATION REF NO: 061219/22 (X6 POSTS)

Branch: Chief Operations Office

SD: Water Use Licensing Administration

SALARY: R272 739 – R473 574 per annum (OSD) (Offer based on proven years of experience)

CENTRE: Bronkhorstspruit (X4 Posts)

Lydenburg (X2 Posts)

REQUIREMENTS: A relevant National Diploma in Environmental Management or Natural Science. Practical experience in the field of water quality management will be an added advantage. Knowledge of Water Quality Management, as well as an understanding of prevailing principles of integrated water resource management and Knowledge of catchment management, will be an additional requirement. Understanding of the National Water Act. A valid drivers license (Attach certified copy). Willingness to travel extensively and work irregular hours. Good communication skills (both written and verbal). Good computer literacy and report writing skills.

DUTIES: Processing of Water use license applications in the Olifants Water Management Area. Provide comments on environmental impact assessment, environmental program reports and development applications in the Olifants Water Management area. Liaise with stakeholders in the water sector and other Government Departments. Serve on various committees. Conduct regular compliance monitoring at mines, industries, and local authorities etc. Undertake water resource monitoring and special investigation. Manage water quality in the designated catchments areas. Prepare reports and interpret water quality monitoring results.

ENQUIRIES: Mr Sydney Nkuna, Tel No: (013) 759 7317

APPLICATIONS: Bronkhorstspruit and Lydenburg: Please forward your applications quoting the relevant reference number to the Department of Water and Sanitation, Private Bag X11259, Mbombela, 1200 or hand deliver at Cnr Brown & Paul Kruger Street, Ground Floor, Prorom Building, Mbombela, 1200.

 

FOR ATTENTION: Ms. Mkhwanazi FM

POST 42/102: ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER PRODUCTION: GRADE A-C REF NO: 061219/23 (X3 POSTS)

Branch: Chief Operations Office Limpopo

SALARY: R272 739 – R473 574 per annum (OSD) (Offer based on proven years of experience)

CENTRE: Polokwane

REQUIREMENTS: A 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 licence (Attach certified copy). Sound knowledge of integrated water resource management and water resource protection. Knowledge and understanding of the water sector: relevant legislation (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 the 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: Assist in the evaluation of Local Government and development licence applications, reports and other documents submitted in accordance with legislation, policy, procedures and guidelines relevant to Water Quality Management. Make recommendations regarding the issuance of licences. Assess the completeness of WULAs & conduct site inspections. Liaise with clients and other stakeholders to obtain outstanding information during WULA assessments. Technical expertise in the assessment of the impact of local government and development Activities on Water Resources. Liaison with other authorising departments on Local government and development applications issues. Draft record of recommendation (RoRs). Draft licence conditions to control/mitigate the negative impacts of water uses.

ENQUIRIES: Mrs A.D Maumela Tel No: (015) 290 1358

APPLICATIONS : Polokwane: Please forward your application quoting the reference number to the Department of Water and Sanitation, Private Bag X 9506, Polokwane, 0700 or Hand Deliver to Azmo Place Building Department of Water and Sanitation, 49 Joubert Street, Corner Thabo Mbeki and Joubert Streets, AZMO Place Building (Registry Office 4rth floor).

FOR ATTENTION: MP Makgakga Tel No: (015) 290 1386

 

 

 

ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER PRODUCTION: GRADE A-C WATER RESOURCE PROTECTION REF NO: 061219/24

Branch: Chief Operations Office North West

SALARY: R272 739 – R473 574 per annum (OSD) (Offer based on proven years of experience)

CENTRE: Hartbeespoort North West

REQUIREMENTS: A 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 licence (Attach certified copy). Sound knowledge of integrated water resource management and water resource protection. Knowledge and understanding of the water sector: relevant legislation (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 the 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: Assist in the evaluation of Local Government and development licence applications, reports and other documents submitted in accordance with legislation, policy, procedures and guidelines relevant to Water Quality Management. Make recommendations regarding the issuance of licences. Assess the completeness of WULAs & conduct site inspections. Liaise with clients and other stakeholders to obtain outstanding information during WULA assessments. Technical expertise in the assessment of the impact of local government and development Activities on Water Resources. Liaison with other authorising departments on Local government and development applications issues. Draft record of recommendation (RoRs). Draft licence conditions to control/mitigate the negative impacts of water uses.

ENQUIRIES : Ms W Ralekoa: Cell No: (060) 9819853 71

 

APPLICATIONS : Hartbeespoort: Please forward your applications to the Provincial Head: North West, Department of Water and Sanitation, Private Bag X5 Mmabatho 2735 or and deliver at Mega City Shopping Centre, Corner. Dr.James Moroka Drive and Sekame Road, Unit99 Ground Floor.

FOR ATTENTION: Mr Ntwe MJ

 

 

 

ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER PRODUCTION: GRADE A-C WATER RESOURCE PROTECTION REF NO: 061219/25

Branch: Chief Operations Office North West

SALARY: R272 739 – R473 574 per annum (OSD) (Offer based on proven years of experience)

CENTRE: Hartbeespoort

REQUIREMENTS: A 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 licence (Attach certified copy). Sound knowledge of integrated water resource management and water resource protection. Knowledge and understanding of the water sector: relevant legislation (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 the 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: Assist in the evaluation of Local Government and development licence applications, reports and other documents submitted in accordance with legislation, policy, procedures and guidelines relevant to Water Quality Management. Make recommendations regarding the issuance of licences. Assess the completeness of WULAs and conduct site inspections. Liaise with clients and other stakeholders to obtain outstanding information during WULA assessments. Technical expertise in the assessment of the impact of local government and development Activities on Water Resources. Liaison with other authorising departments on Local government and development applications issues. Draft record of recommendation (RoRs). Draft licence conditions to control/mitigate the negative impacts of water uses.

ENQUIRIES: Ms W Ralekoa: Cell No: (060) 9819853

APPLICATIONS : Hartbeespoort: Please forward your applications to the Provincial Head: North West, Department of Water and Sanitation, Private Bag X5 Mmabatho 2735 or and deliver at Mega City Shopping Centre, Corner. Dr.James Moroka Drive and Sekame Road, Unit99 Ground Floor.

FOR ATTENTION: Mr Ntwe MJ

ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER PRODUCTION GRADE A-C: WATER USE LICENSING ADMINISTRATION REF NO: 061219/26

Branch: Chief Operations Office North West

SALARY: R272 739 – R473 574 per annum (OSD) (Offer based on proven years of experience)

CENTRE: Hartbeespoort

REQUIREMENTS: A 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 licence (Attach certified copy). Ability to work flexibly on a range of assignments and adjust to and prioritize a variety of complex evolving tasks. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to develop effective relations within and outside the DWS. Sound knowledge of integrated water resource management and water resource protection. Knowledge and understanding of the water sector: relevant legislation (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 the 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 the costs and benefits of various activities, policies, or regulations that affect the environment or natural resource stocks to balance the politics of environmental rights with economics needs. Collect and analyze data to compare the environmental implications of economic policy or practise alternatives. Conduct research on economic and environmental topics, such as alternative fuel use, public and private land use, soil conservation, air and water pollution control, and endangered species protection to inform water use authorization and communicate outcomes of such research. Develop economic models, forecasts, or scenarios to predict future economic and environmental outcomes. Develop programs or policy recommendations to promote sustainability and sustainable development, and to achieve environmental goals in cost-effective ways. Develop systems for collecting, analyzing, and interpreting environmental and economic data. Examine the exhaustibility of natural resources or the long-term costs of environmental rehabilitation specifically on mining and industrial facilities in as so as it affects water use. Perform complex, dynamic, and integrated mathematical modelling of ecological, environmental, or economic systems and write social, legal, or economic impact statements to inform decision-makers for natural resource policies, standards, or programs. Demonstrate or promote the economic benefits of sound environmental regulations. Interpret indicators to ascertain the overall health of an environment. Prepare and deliver presentations to communicate economic and environmental study results, to present policy recommendations, or to raise awareness of environmental consequences.

ENQUIRIES: Ms W Ralekoa: Cell No: (060) 9819853

APPLICATIONS : Hartbeespoort: Please forward your applications to the Provincial Head: North West, Department of Water and Sanitation, Private Bag X5 Mmabatho 2735 or and deliver at Mega City Shopping Centre, Corner. Dr.James Moroka Drive and Sekame Road, Unit99 Ground Floor.

FOR ATTENTION: Mr Ntwe MJ

 

 

ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER PRODUCTION GRADE A-C: WATER USE LICENSING ADMINISTRATION REF NO: 061219/27

Branch: Chief Operations Office North West

SALARY: R272 739 – R473 574 per annum (OSD) (Offer based on proven years of experience)

CENTRE: Hartbeespoort

REQUIREMENTS: A National Diploma in Environmental Management or Natural Sciences in the fields of Hydrology and Botany. One year working experience, including internship or experiential learning, will be an added advantage. A valid driver’s licence (Attach certified copy). Ability to work flexibly on a range of assignments and adjust to and prioritize a variety of complex evolving tasks. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to develop effective relations within and outside DWS. Sound knowledge of integrated water resource management and water resource protection. Knowledge and understanding of the water sector: relevant legislation (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 the 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 the costs and benefits of various activities, policies, or regulations that affect the environment or natural resource stocks to balance the politics of environmental rights with economics needs. Collect and analyze data to compare the environmental implications of economic policy or practice alternatives. Conduct research on economic and environmental topics, such as alternative fuel use, public and private land use, soil conservation, air and water pollution control, and endangered species protection to inform water use authorization and communicate outcomes of such research. Develop economic models, forecasts, or scenarios to predict future economic and environmental outcomes. Develop programs or policy recommendations to promote sustainability and sustainable development, and to achieve environmental goals in cost-effective ways. Develop systems for collecting, analyzing, and interpreting environmental and economic data. Examine the exhaustibility of natural resources or the long-term costs of environmental rehabilitation specifically on mining and industrial facilities in as so as it affects water use. Perform complex, dynamic, and integrated mathematical modelling of ecological, environmental, or economic systems and write social, legal, or economic impact statements to inform decision-makers for natural resource policies, standards, or programs. Demonstrate or promote the economic benefits of sound environmental regulations. Interpret indicators to ascertain the overall health of an environment. Prepare and deliver presentations to communicate economic and environmental study results, to present policy recommendations, or to raise awareness of environmental consequences.

ENQUIRIES : Ms W Ralekoa: Cell No: (060) 9819853 73

 

APPLICATIONS : Hartbeespoort: Please forward your applications to the Provincial Head: North West, Department of Water and Sanitation, Private Bag X5 Mmabatho 2735 or and deliver at Mega City Shopping Centre, Corner. Dr.James Moroka Drive and Sekame Road, Unit99 Ground Floor.

FOR ATTENTION: Mr Ntwe MJ

Updated: November 28, 2019 — 5:58 am