SOUTH AFRICAN DIAMOND AND PRECIOUS METALS REGULATOR (SADPMR) – GENERAL MANAGER: REGULATORY COMPLIANCE
SOUTH AFRICAN DIAMOND AND PRECIOUS METALS REGULATOR (SADPMR)
The South African Diamond and Precious Metals Regulator, established in terms of Section 3 of the Diamonds Amendment Act, 2005 (Act 29 of 2005), aims to regulate the industry to ensure that the diamond resources and precious metals of the Republic are exploited and developed in the interest of the people of South Africa, to promote equitable access to local beneficiation and ensure compliance with the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme. We invite self-motivated and suitably qualified individuals who wish to stand out in their field to apply for the following vacancy:
Department: Regulatory Compliance
General Manager: Regulatory Compliance (Ref.2020/06/01)
Salary: Negotiable all Inclusive package
Knowledge: Knowledge and experience in the minerals and mining sector, especially on precious metals and diamond industries • Knowledge of the Precious Metals Act, Diamonds Act, and Diamond Export Levy Act, Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act (MPRDA) and the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) • National Treasury rules and regulations • Knowledge in Environmental Management and application of National Environmental Management Act (NEMA) requirements • Knowledge and understanding of government planning and reporting. Knowledge of King Reports. Knowledge and understanding of the government macro-economic and social policies • Understanding the mandate of the Department of Mineral Resources and knowledge of government priorities.
Duties: To develop and implement strategies and policies; direct and oversee operations; and maintain budgets in line with legislative prescripts • Coordinate and lead lower-level managers and employees within the Programme: Regulatory Compliance (Licencing; Precious Metals and Diamond Inspectorates; and Transformation). Plan key deliverables and ensure implementation and delivery of Annual Performance Plan and targets for the Programme Regulatory Compliance • Ensure promotion of beneficiation & transformation in the diamond and precious metals industries • Ensure implementation of the SADPMR Beneficiation Strategy • Guide and advice personnel on implementation of the legislation, policies and procedures • Compile and manage budget, control and monitor expenditure • Manage and oversee the empowerment and facilitation of skills development initiatives for personnel to improve service delivery • Conduct regular performance appraisals for personnel • Report progress to the CEO and the Board of Directors regularly • Establish and maintain appropriate internal controls and reporting systems in order to meet performance expectations • Oversee the implementation of Diamond & Precious Metals Act, by ensuring licensing is undertaken in accordance with the law as well as enforcement thereof • Drive transformation in the Diamond & Precious Metals industries through the implementation of the BBSEEC (Mining Charter) • Ensure implementation of NEMA and compliance to the requirements thereof • Ensure effective transformation of diamonds and precious metals industries • Ensure compliance with legislative requirements • Ensure competitiveness, sustainable development and job creation in the diamond and precious metal industries • Facilitate sound stakeholder relationships with the industry and other relevant stakeholders • Ensure the promotion of corporate governance and review of strategic and operational risks.
A detailed CV, accompanied by application letter, certified copies of qualifications and ID must be forwarded to: The Manager: Human Resources, South African Diamond and Precious Metals Regulator (SADPMR), P O Box 16001, Doornfontein 2028 or hand delivered at reception of SADPMR at C/O Fox & Berea Street (Jewel City) Johannesburg or e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enquiries: Ms Z Mpofu Tel: 011 223 7000
Closing date: 08 July 2020
Applications from candidates in the affirmative action categories are particularly encouraged to apply. It is the responsibility of applicants with foreign qualifications to have such verified by SAQA. Suitable candidates will be subjected to Security Vetting, Personnel Suitability Checks (criminal record, citizen, credit record checks, qualifications and employment verification). Late and incomplete applications will not be considered.
NB: If you do not hear from us within 30 days after the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful.