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|Hiring Department:-||DPSA vacancies 2022|
|Job Type:-||DPSA Forestry Transfers Director vacancies|
|Department Name:-||Department Of Forestry, Fisheries And 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|
|Salary Est:-||R744 255–R821 543/- Annually|
|Closing Date:-||October 26, 2022|
Requirements DPSA government jobs:-
- REQUIREMENTS : Appropriate Bachelor’s Degree in Forestry/ Natural Sciences (NQF level 6) in Forestry or Natural Resources Management or an equivalent qualification in a related field. A minimum of 3 – 5 years’ experience in forest or related field. Working knowledge of the National Forest Act, 1998 (Act 84 of 1998) and the National Veld and Forest Fire Act, 1998 (Act 101 of 1998). Understanding of Public Finance Management Act and Treasury regulations. Knowledge of Natural Resource Management. Facilitation and negotiation skills. Project Management. Stakeholder engagement and management skills. Financial management skills. Computer literacy (MS Office software). Job Knowledge. Quality of work. Technical skills. Ability to plan, organise and execute under pressure. Ability to collect and interpret information reports. Acceptance of responsibility and loyalty. Ability to work independently and in a team. Proven leadership skills. Interpersonal relationships. Flexibility. Innovative, initiative and proactive. Ability to gather and analyse information. Ability to work long hours voluntarily. Ability to Develop and apply policies. Ability to Lead multidisciplinary.
- DUTIES : Develop transfer framework and guidelines for the Regions. Draft Community Forestry Agreement (CFA) guidelines and framework for the transfer of plantations. Circulate the draft CFA guidelines internally for inputs and comments. Consolidate inputs and finalize the draft. Submit the draft framework to legal reform unit for comments. Finalize the guidelines and submit for approval. Investigate Community Forestry Agreement (CFA) offers received by regions. Confirm status of land claim with the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (Regional Land Claims Commission). Accept or reject offer based on the findings of investigations. Consult with the rightful landowners regarding the offer. Identify all relevant/affected stakeholders and engage them in the transfer process. Facilitate formation of steering committees for the transfer of plantations. Conduct feasibility studies on plantations to be handed over to communities. Compile tactical plan for feasibility studies to be conducted and share with the regions. Conduct field visit and identify Strength, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) for plantations. Compile APO and strategic plan for managing the plantations.
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