DPSA Public Entity Director Vacancies in Pretoria-Deadline June 5, 2023
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|Hiring Department:-||DPSA vacancies 2023|
|Job Type:-||Public Entity Director vacancies|
|Department Name:-||DPSA Department Of Forestry, Fisheries And The Environment Vacancies|
|Locality:-||Jobs in Pretoria|
|Hiring Category:-||Government Vacancies|
|Region:-||Jobs in Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape, Free State, Limpopo, North West, Mpumalanga, KwaZulu Natal, Gauteng|
|Job Application (If Needed):-||Download z83 Form pdf New, Download z83 Editable form PDF|
|Download Latest Circular:-||Download DPSA Circular 19 of 2023 PDF|
|Salary Est:-||R 1 205 383 – R 1 590 747 per/- Annually|
|Closing Date:-||June 5, 2023|
Requirements for DPSA Public Entity Director :-
National Diploma (NQF 6) in Public Management or relevant qualification. A minimum of three (3) years’ relevant experience. Knowledge of public entity governance processes and procedures. Knowledge of the King (i, ii, iii & iv) reports and codes on good governance principles and presidential review on state owned entities. Knowledge of public service prescripts and procedure. Knowledge of strategic planning, budgeting, and financial management. Knowledge of project management and research methodology. Knowledge of procurement procedures. Sufficient knowledge of specific computer software packages and efficient use of associated hardware. Knowledge of monitoring 32 and evaluation systems and tools and corporate governance protocol. Knowledge of administrative procedures, HR management practices, legal issues, negotiations and dealing with conflict. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Interpersonal relations. Coordination skills. Organisational and planning. Presentation skills. Relationship Management. Stakeholder engagement. Electronic Records Management. Innovative and proactive. Ability to work long hours voluntarily. Ability to gather and analyse information. Ability to interpret and apply policies, strategies, and legislation. Ability to work independently and in a team. Ability to work under extreme pressure. A valid driver’s license.
DUTIES : Provide support in the facilitation and analysis of draft corporate plans, annual performance plans, quarterly performance reports and mid-year reviews of Departmental Public Entities in consultation with relevant Branches. Support to Directorate in the appointment of public entity Board members. Providing governance support regarding public entity. Support Directorate with the management of governance projects and related engagements undertaken with Public Entities. ENQUIRIES : Ms Z Maistry Tel No: (012) 399 9117 CLOSING DATE : 05 June 2023 POST 17/41 : ESTATE MANAGER: WOODLANDS& INDIGENEOUS FOREST MANAGEMENT REF NO: FOM23/2023 SALARY : R424 104 per annum CENTRE : Eastern Cape (Wilovale) REQUIREMENTS : Degree/National Diploma (NQF6) in Forestry or relevant qualification within the related field, coupled with a minimum of three (3) years relevant experience in Indigenous Forest management. Knowledge and understanding of National Forest Act,1998 (Act No. 84 of 1998) and National Veld and Forest Fire Act, 1998 (Act No.101 of 1998), management and regulatory processes. Knowledge and understanding of Public Service Act, Occupational Health, and Safety Act, PFMA, Treasury Regulations. Knowledge of Agricultural, Forestry, Microbiological, Biological, Geographical, Natural, Education, Botanical, Geological, Physical. Chemical, Hydrological, Soil, Ecological, Water Care and Environmental Sciences. Skills, People management and empowerment, financial management, Project and programme management, Communication skills (written and verbal), Leadership skills, Facilitation and negotiation skills, Planning and organizing. Honesty, Ability to work long hours, Ability to develop and apply policies. work individually and in team, work with difficult persons and to resolve conflict, Character beyond reproach, Articulate, Innovative and proactive. A valid driver’s license. DUTIES : Preserving the biodiversity of the estate to ensure the continued livelihood within the forest estate. Management and rehabilitation of degraded forest areas, wetlands, and riparian zones. Implementation of National Forest Act and National Veld & Forest Fire Act. Auditing of forests and implementation of Corrective Action Measures as per PCIS Framework. Management of woodlots associated with some Indigenous forests. Manage the infrastructure to ensure the functional utilisation, maintenance, and development within the forest estate. Roads (e.g., management roads, tourist roads, etc.). Office buildings (e.g., offices, stores, gardens, staff houses, guest houses, ablution facilities etc.). Tourism facilities (Recreational facilities e.g., hiking huts, guest houses, camp sites, picnic sites, bird hides, etc.). Forest boundary beacons and fences. Promote Environmental Awareness and manage internal and external relationships with all interested and affected stakeholders to the estate. Ensure presentations to visitors, schools, and communities. Promote indigenous tree planting and Arbor week. Promote, facilitate, and monitor access by users and visitors to educate them on the aspects of forest biodiversity management. Ensure proper functioning of Participatory Forest Management Committees (neighbouring farmers, communities, NGOs, and other stakeholders).
How to Apply Online for DPSA Government Vacancies in Pretoria?
Candidates can submit their applications for Public Entity Director Jobs at DPSA by following the procedures listed below.
- Check the pdf form given below of the latest circular of DPSA Job Vacancies.
- Choose the best DPSA Job among the various government Jobs available.
- Verify your qualifications with the requirements prescribed in DPSA Vacancies and download the DPSA Job Application form.
- Fill out the form and wait for the response after submitting it to Emai of DPSA Career or upload it to the DPSA official Portal.