SALARY : R444 693 – R523 818 Level 10
CENTRE : O.R Tambo Region (Ref No: DHS 05/07/2018) Alfred Nzo Region (Ref No: DHS 06/07/2018)
CLOSING DATE : 20 July 2018
Formal Qualifications: A three year degree/diploma/relevant NQF level 6 qualification in built environment (Civil, Quantity Surveying, Architecture, Town Planning and Building) with five years working experience in human settlements development or a Senior Certificate/N3 coupled with eight years working experience in human settlements development.
Registration with SACPCMP will be an added advantage.
Proven ability and exposure in working with project management tools.
Knowledge of National Building Regulations and NHBRC compliance requirements.
Verbal and written communication skills.
Knowledge of compulsory.
Skills and Competencies: Strategic capability and leadership, communication, client orientation and customer focus, people management and empowerment, problem solving and analysis, financial management and programme and project management.
Knowledge of public finance management act and applicable legislations and prescripts.
Manage the process for the identification of needs, new services and requirements for minor new work and repairs to existing work by ensuring that customer complaints are investigated and followed up.
Inspects, evaluate and provide input on approval of all phases of project planning life cycle, construction and improvement on work contracted by Human Settlements Departments, as requested to ensure that the appropriate construction is completed in compliance with the plans, standards, specifications, special requirements, codes and regulations, issues correction notices as required.
Performs routine semi-skilled and technical construction inspection work for environmental, water, sewer, internal roads and other regional projects and programs.
Assures compliances with federal, state and local codes and standards and contractual provisions.
Inspects and approves construction and installation of streets, curb, gutter, sidewalk, storm drains, sewers and waterlines, water meters, hydrants, service line, fire lines, cross connection control devices and related utilities and structures as assigned.
Inspection and certification of construction works on various project sites in the Region.
Facilitate, co-ordinate and control the implementation of new works, repair and renovation and maintenance through inter alia.
Ensure that the relevant project documentation for new and existing structures is compiled through inter alia .
Ensuring delivery of quality and quantity on each assigned project site.
Compilation of progress and quality control related reports.
can be directed to Mrs W.L. Hartzenberg at 043 711 9685 72
The Head Of Department:
Cooperative Governance & Traditional Affairs; Private Bag X0035, Bhisho, 5605. Hand delivered applications will be received at Foyer. FOR ATTENTION :
Ms S Shugu