CONTROL RESOURCE CONSERVATION INSPECTOR JOB OPPORTUNITIES 2022

CONTROL RESOURCE CONSERVATION INSPECTOR JOB OPPORTUNITIES 2022

Two people with are needed for the Control resource conservation, they must have grade 12 and degree  in
Agricultural or Environmental Management , if you are the right candidate please forward your application tho the details below.

CONTROL RESOURCE CONSERVATION INSPECTOR (X2 POSTS)
Directorate: Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction
SALARY : R382 245 per annum (Level 09)
CENTRE : Northern Cape DE AAR Ref No: 3/2/1/2022/410
Upington Ref No: 3/2/1/2022/411
REQUIREMENTS : Applicants must be in possession of a Grade 12 Certificate and a Degree in
Agricultural or Environmental Management. 3 years relevant experience. Job
related knowledge: Agricultural Pest Act. National Environmental Management Act
(NEMA), National Environmental Management Biodiversity Act (NEMBA),
Protected Areas Act. Knowledge of policy development. Public Service Act. Public
Service Regulations. Public Finance Management Act. Labour Relations Act.
Water Act. Knowledge of project planning and management. Job related skills:
Geographic Information System (GIS) skill, Policy development and analysis skills,
Monitoring and research skills, Leadership skills, Negotiation skills, excellent
communication skills (verbal, presentation and report writing), Inspection and
auditing knowledge / skills, Problem solving skills, Facilitation and coordination
skills. Computer skills. Ability to act with tact and discretion. Willingness to work
extended hours. Extensive travel.

DUTIES : Oversee, assess, activate and monitor locust outbreak (control). Response to
locust outbreak reported to verify the outbreak. Conduct the ecological risk
assessment of the area. Organise and plan control. Inspection and monitor control
units. Conduct post control evaluation (impact assessment). Identify and make
recommendation for research needs. Oversee, assess, execute and monitor
blackfly outbreak. Monitor and evaluate blackfly larvae population. Utilise GIS to
determine the position of the rapids (control site). Administer trails to determine the
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dosage rate for each rapid in preparation of the control operations. Carry out control
operation. Conduct post control monitoring and evaluation to determine the impact
of the control action. Identify and make recommendation for research needs.
Oversee, assess, execute and monitor quelea (bird) outbreak. Respond to
outbreak report for verification. Conduct the pre-control inspection / evaluation to
determine the extent of the outbreak. Conduct the ecological risk assessment of
the area. Plan, organise, co-ordinate and manage control operation. Conduct post
control monitoring for remediation / sanitary and evaluation of the impact. Identify
and make recommendations for research needs. Conduct training and awareness
campaigns and management of the depot. Development of training manual.
Training of prospective migratory pest outbreak controllers. Conduct awareness
campaign. Determine the stock level at the depot. Ensure that chemicals are stored
correctly. Ensure that all pumps are operational. Ensure that the depot is correctly
secured. Issue pumps and chemicals during operations / controls. Supervision of
staff. Allocation and ensure quality of work. Personnel development. Assess staff
performance. Apply discipline.
ENQUIRIES : Mr DJ Tladi Tel No: (012) 319 6717
APPLICATIONS : Applications can be submitted by post to Private Bag X5007, Kimberley, 8302 or
hand delivered to: 6th floor, New Public Building, Knight and Stead Street,
Kimberley, 8302.
NOTE : African, Coloured, Indian and White Males and Coloured, Indian and White
Females and Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


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