Expiry: 
12/21/2018 - 00:00

Requirements: • A Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Management, Environmental Studies, Urban Conservation Architecture, Heritage Resource Management or related qualification • Extensive experience at managerial level in an Environmental or Heritage management position either in or working within Government • Sound knowledge of relevant legislation pertaining to the disciplines of environmental management, heritage resources management and outdoor advertising regulation and legal enforcement is highly advantageous • Familiarity with town planning, land use and building development processes and procedures as well as SAP computer systems will serve as an added advantage • A valid Code B driver’s licence.

Key Performance Areas: • Lead, manage and co-ordinate the city-wide functions of the Environmental and Heritage Management Branch at a district level in order to promote sustainable development in terms of applicable legislation, policy and principles, including environmental evaluation of development applications, heritage and urban conservation assessment of development impacts on cultural heritage resources, environmental monitoring, control of outdoor advertising and implementation of local environmental and heritage improvement projects • Manage and direct staff, co-ordinate work activities and ensure knowledge and skills transfer • Initiate the development of by-laws, strategies, policies and guidelines • Ensure protection, planning, development and operation of ecologically sensitive areas and heritage assets • Formulate Branch budget (cost and profit centres) and tariffs • Input into provincial and national policy and legislation relating to heritage resources and environmental sustainability.

  • Salary from R1 027 530 - R1 389 175 per annum
  • REF.: TDA 98/18
  • Closing date: 21 December 2018

Please apply online at www.capetown.gov.za/careers (external applicants) or via the SAP Portal (internal applicants), unless otherwise stated.

Category: 
Opportunities
Created
Thu, 12/13/2018 - 17:23

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