Architect Production Grade A To C (hospital Infrastructure)

Directorate: Infrastructure Programme Delivery
SALARY : Grade A: R 549 639 per annum Grade B: R 628 452 per annum, Grade C: R 715 323 per annum personal need).
CENTRE : Head Office, Norton Rose House, Cape Town
CLOSING DATE : 27 October 2017

Minimum educational qualification: Bachelor in Architecture (or equivalent) as recognised by the South African Council for the Architectural Profession (SACAP).
Registration with a professional council: Registration as Professional Architect with the SACAP.
Experience: Grade A: At least 3 years post qualification architectural experience.
Grade B: At least 14 years appropriate/recognisable experience in an area after registration with the SACAP as a professional Architect.
Grade C: At least 26 years appropriate/recognisable experience in an area after registration with the SACAP as a professional Architect.
Inherent requirements of the job: Able to work outside of normal office hours.
A valid drWillingness to travel including early morning and late night air flights and travel by road.
Overnight stays away from home whilst on official business.
Sufficiently physically fit and healthy to walk long distances in the confines of the building and on site and carry out inspections.
Competencies (knowledge/skills): Knowledge of the Standard for Infrastructure Procurement and Delivery Management and the IDMS Toolkit.
Understand the roles and legal obligations of role-players at all three spheres of Government and Public Entities.
Sound interpersonal and good verbal and written communication skills in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape.
Computer literacy (MS Office).
Note: A practical or competency test may form part of the shortlisting and/or interview process.
No payment of any kind is required when applying for this post.

Programme and project planning.
Conduct programme, project implementation and monitoring.
Provide assistance in the commissioning of projects.
Conduct programme and project evaluation.
Manage built environment programmes and interaction with a wide range of role-players and stakeholders across all spheres of Government/Private Sector and Communities.
Monitor and control the delivery of health infrastructure programmes on time, within budget and within defined quality standards.