NKANGALA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY
DUTIES: Undertake routine inspections and ensure compliance by industry with environmental management legislation and standards, through: Entering premises to ascertain compliance Seizing evidence of non-compliance • Issuing of compliance and enforcement notices • Investigate environmental crimes and institute appropriate enforcement actions, namely: Questioning witnesses • Copying documents • Inspecting and removing articles or substances • Taking photographs and audio-visual recordings • Exercise administrative powers, such as issuing of compliance notices; Work closely with the SAPS in investigation of environmental crimes • Work closely with the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to ensure successful prosecution of offenders • Process and respond to environmental incidents reported to the municipality; Review air quality compliance reports submitted by industries; Liaison with other agencies in inspection and monitoring of the environment • Review Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Environmental Audit reports to enhance compliance monitoring and enforcement • Conduct Environmental awareness campaigns within the District Municipality
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR
DEPARTMENT: Social Services
DURATION: Fixed term contract for five (5) years
SALARY: R 594 328.50 p.a. (Total cost to Company/ All-inclusive package)
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Grade 12, National Diploma (NQF 6) in Social/ Community Development or Public Management. Computer Literate.
EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: 3 years’ relevant experience in Youth Development and experience in Local Government will be an added advantage
DUTIES:Expanding the Nkangala District Municipality micro-financing activities to promote new and comprehensive youth enterprise support. Leverage private sector funding and expertise. Establish and strengthen independent youth networks to support program and policy development through the active participation of young women and men. Promote the “mainstreaming” of youth policies and programs in Government policy and programs. Promote the role of sport as a tool for peace and human development.
NOTE: Nkangala District Municipality is a designated, equal opportunity, representative employer. It acknowledges its mandate to take affirmative action measures to ensure equitable representation of suitably qualified people from designated groups in all occupational levels and categories and promotes representivity based on race, gender and disability in Local Government through the filling of positions. Candidates whose appointment/ transfer/promotion will promote the EE Targets and Goals of the Municipality will therefore receive preference. Persons with disabilities and African, Indian, Coloured and White males are especially encouraged to apply, although this does not suggest that the process of recruitment excludes members from non-designated groups.
NOTE:The successful candidate will undergo security and qualifications vetting and enter into an employment contract / performance agreement with the municipality and will be subjected to a 6 months’ probation period and disclosure of financial interests, as requested, must be submitted.
Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates. Applicants should submit an application letter, detailed CV together with certified copies of qualifications and identity document, as well as the completed, prescribed NDM General Application Form for Employment (available from the Municipal Offices or can be printed from Council’s web site “www.nkangaladm.gov.za”), and send it to: The Municipal Manager, Ms M M Skosana, PO Box 437, Middelburg, 1050, Mpumalanga or Hand deliver the application to the Municipal Offices at 2A Walter Sisulu Street, Middelburg, Mpumalanga, Corporate Services Human Resource Office B21, Ground Floor. Nkangala District Municipality reserves the right not to fill any of the positions. No faxed or e-mailed applications will be accepted.
ENQUIRIES: Ms Hlengiwe Nkosi: 013 249 2082
CLOSING DATE: 05 SEPTEMBER 2019. TIME 16:30