Vacancies

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  EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

Emalahleni Local Municipality is an equal opportunity employer committed to the promotion of equity and equality.

The appointment of a candidate is at the Emalahleni Local Municipality’s sole discretion, taking into account factors which Council considers relevant, including but not limited to Employment Equity. Council also adheres to OHS Act and Non-Smoking Policy.

Emalahleni Local Municipality reserves the right to appoint the suitable candidate in line with the affirmative Action Strategy.

Suitably qualified females and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

The submission of an application gives Emalahleni Local Municipality the right to make enquiries necessary to obtain information regarding the applicant’s background. Such enquiry will include current and previous employers as well as academic institutions.

The Municipality hereby invites applications from suitable qualified candidates for the following positions:

Application form for Snr Managers - Aug 2014
  • CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER – PERFORMANCE BASED CONTRACT
    Vacancy

    CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER – PERFORMANCE BASED CONTRACT

    Qualifications / Requirements
    • Higher Education Qualification
    • Masters of Business Administration (MBA)
    • Work-related Experience and competency
    • 5 years experience at Middle Management level plus at ;east 5 years local government experience at Middle Management
    Municipal Finance Management Programme (MFMP) or CPMD
    Knowledge
    • Good knowledge, understanding and interpretation of relevant policies and legislation;
    • Good knowledge and understanding of institutional governance systems and performance management;
    • Knowledge of local government operations; and
    Knowledge of management principles and theory.

    Key Responsibilities

    • Directs and oversees all aspects of the Municipal’s business operations
    • Directs the development of the Municipality to ensure further growth
    • Coordinates the development, implementation and review of the Municipality’s vision and long-term strategy
    • Coordinate Manage the development, implementation and review of the Municipality’s Integrated Development Plan (IDP)
    • Manage the development, implementation and review of corporate strategies
    • Manage the development, implementation and review of policies
    • Develop and manage the implementation of institutional customer care initiatives to ensure that the Municipality is responsive and effective in its delivery of services
    • Manage the development and implementation of institutional and directorate operational plans (service delivery and budget implementation plan)
    • Coordinate institutional-wide projects and programmes
    • Undertake institution-wide research to support the development and implementation of institutional strategies
    • Ensure the design and implementation of operational improvement initiatives
    • Develop and implement and integrated Communication Strategy (for both internal and external stakeholders) to ensure that all communication initiatives by Emalahleni Local Municipality are well coordinated, integrated and people-focused
    • Develop, implement and manage institutional brand and identity
    • Manage the development and implementation of external relations between the Municipality, stakeholders, other spheres of government and international partners to achieve alignment with the Council’s priorities, as expressed in its IDP
    • Ensure that the Municipality complies with all applicable legal and regulatory requirements
     Performing any other functions that may be assigned by the Municipal Manager
    REMUNERATION

    ALL INCLUSIVE REMUNERATION PACKAGE: R736 450.00 – R996 380.00 per annum

  • EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: ENVIRONMENTAL & WASTE MANAGEMENT – PERFORMANCE BASED CONTRACT
    Vacancy

    EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: ENVIRONMENTAL & WASTE MANAGEMENT – PERFORMANCE BASED CONTRACT

    Qualifications / Requirements
    • Higher Education Qualification
    • Bsc. Degree in Environmental Management or equivalent degree qualifications.
    • Work-related Experience and competency
    • 5 years experience at Middle Management level; and
    • Have proven successful Environmental and Waste Management experience.
    Municipal Finance Management Programme (MFMP) or CPMD
    Knowledge
    • Good knowledge, understanding and interpretation of relevant policies and legislation;
    • Good knowledge and understanding of institutional governance systems and performance management;
    • Good knowledge of Supply Chain Management regulations and the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000 (Act No. 5 of 2000);
    • Knowledge of management of landfill site; and
    Knowledge of waste management in a Local Government context
    Key Responsibilities
    • Fulfilling the role of Executive Director: Environmental & Waste Management
    • Manage and Administer the following sections: Waste Management, Environmental Management, Waste Infrastructure – Landfill sites, Cemeteries, Crematorium and Parks & open spaces
    • Developing and implementing environmental strategies and action plans that ensure sustainable service delivery
    • Coordinating all aspects of pollution control, waste management, recycling, environmental health, conservation and renewable energy
    • Leading the implementation of environmental policies and practices
    • Carrying out impact assessments to identify, assess and reduce municipals environmental risks and financial costs
    • To economically, efficiently and effectively manage and develop the day to day operations, procedures, processes and resources of the directorate
    • Effectively manage both demand and source or supply management of municipal services
    • Manage and roll out procurement processes for service providers
    • Responsible for Directorate Budget
    • Promoting transformation and diversity management
    Performing any other functions that may be assigned by the Municipal Manager
    Salary

    ALL INCLUSIVE REMUNERATION PACKAGE: R736 450.00 – R996 380.00 per annum

  • ASSISTANT TOWN PLANNER
    Vacancy ASSISTANT TOWN PLANNER
    Qualifications / Requirements *National Diploma or Degree in Town and Regional Planning  registerable with South African Council for Planners *Drivers license Code EB *1 year in local government (Town Planning)
    Key Responsibilities *Manage component of Land Use/Advert officers *Provide expert opinion on planning applications *Maintain land use control *Manage or undertake planning applications progress such as new developments, SDF, housing related projects *Compliance to relevant legislation *Assessment of building plans any other duties given by the Supervisor
    Core Managerial & Occupational Competences *Good policy development skills *Report writing skills *Good administrative skills *Thorough knowledge and experience of Local Authority planning work *Communication and Presentation skills *Project Management Skills *Good knowledge of town planning
    Salary

    R216 432.00 per annum Level 7 of Grade 12