Assistant Director: Land Transport Systems

PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: WESTERN CAPE DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
SALARY : R334 545 per annum, Level 09, Note on remuneration: Cost-to-employer (CTE) remuneration packages for certain occupation-specific dispensations (OSD), the middle-management service (MMS) and contract positions are inclusive of all costs related to service benefits or obligations including basic salary, 13th cheque, medical assistance, housing assistance, pension-fund contributions, etc. MMS remuneration packages are flexible and may be individually structured as prescribed. Where remuneration is not indicated as CTE, employees’ service benefits or obligations are funded or co-funded in terms of the applicable prescripts or collective agreements.
CENTRE : Department of Transport and Public Works, Western Cape Government. 76
CLOSING DATE : 01 September 2017

REQUIREMENTS :
3-supervisory experience.
Recommendations: Minimum of 1-year experience in Project Management, GIS, Transport planning and/or transport logistics.
Competencies: Knowledge of Transport Legislation.
Knowledge of Transport Information systems.
Excellent communication (written and verbal) and report writing skills in at least two of the official languages of the Western Cape.
Project Management skills.
Proven computer literacy in MS Office.

DUTIES :
Analyse, interpret and guide the process for the development and maintenance of Integrated Fair Management (IFM) Systems as well as Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS).
Assist IFM and ITS projects manager to ensure timeous completion of special IFM and ITS projects.
Prepare draft motivations of funding for consultants and capital projects.
Develop draft project plans with implementation focus.
Provide input to the development of contract options and institutional structures for the implementation of IFM and ITS projects.
Coordinate with relevant role-players to facilitate successful delivery and implementation of IFM and ITS projects.
Assist with the evaluation of performance of the IFM and ITS projects.

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