Professional Engineer (production Level): Road Planning And Road Contracts (winelands)

PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: WESTERN CAPE DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
REF NO: TPW 2019-149
SALARY : Grade A: R718 059 – R 766 278 per annum (OSD as prescribed), based on recognisable prior experience Grade B: R809 631 – R 872 220 per annum (OSD as prescribed), based on recognisable prior experience Grade C: R925 734 – R1 090 458 per annum (OSD as prescribed), based on recognisable prior experience
CENTRE : Department of Transport and Public Works, Western Cape Government
CLOSING DATE : 23 September 2019

REQUIREMENTS :
Engineering Degree (B Eng/ BSc (Eng)) or relevant qualification.
Compulsory registration with ECSA as a Professional Engineer.
A minimum of 3 years post qualification engineering experience.
A valid code B driving licence.
Recommendation: Extensive appropriate engineering experience after registration.
Management and Financial Management experience.
Competencies: Knowledge and experience of roads infrastructure, engineering concepts transport engineering band, economics, integrated transport and land use planning and policy development.
Knowledge of relevant legislation, regulations, policies and acts.
Research and development.
Computer-aided engineering applications.
Technical report writing.
Change Management.
Innovation.
Customer focus and responsiveness.
Team leadership.
Computer literacy.
Planning and organising.
Communication (written, verbal and presentation) skills in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape.

DUTIES :
Design new systems to solve practical engineering challenges and improve efficiency and enhance safety.
Plan and manage engineering projects.
Human capital development.
Ensure training and development of technicians, technologists and candidate engineers to promote skills/knowledge transfer and adherence to sound engineering principals and code of practice.
Office administration and budget planning.
Manage resources, prepare and consolidate inputs for the facilitation of resource utilisation.
Research and development.
Continuous professional development to keep up with new technologies and procedures.
Project Management.
Act as Project Coordinator when required.

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