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|Hiring Organization:-||DPSA Vacancies 2023|
|Job Type:-||Chief Director Oceans Economy & Project Management Jobs|
|Vacancy Type:-||Full-time jobs|
|Locality:-||Jobs In Cape Town|
|Region:-||Western Cape Jobs|
|Application Form (If Needed):-||Download z83 Form pdf New, Download z83 Editable form PDF|
|New Circular PDF:-||Download DPSA Vacancies Circular 33 PDF|
|Salary Est:-||R 258,532 – R348,107/ Yearly|
||06 Oct 2023|
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Undergraduate (NQF Level 7) or relevant qualification recognized by SAQA in Natural/Economic Sciences. 5 years of experience at senior management level. Successful completion of the Public Service Senior Management Leadership Programme. A thorough understanding and experience of project management. Knowledge and understanding of policies and relevant legislation pertaining to the various aspects of the Oceans and Coasts Environment. Knowledge of an inter-governmental system. Knowledge of government Administration and financial procedures, Knowledge and experience in Planning, Monitoring & Reporting. Knowledge of Public Service and Departmental procedures and prescripts. Knowledge of Government policies and procedures, in particular DFFE. Sound organising and planning skills. Project & Programme management skills. Good communication skills. Computer literacy. Leadership. Facilitation Analytical skills. Presentation skills. Honesty. Ability to work long hours voluntarily. Ability to gather and analyse information. Ability to develop and apply policies. Ability to work individually and in team. Good interpersonal relations skills. Ability to work under pressure. Ability to work with difficult persons and to resolve conflict. Must be articulate. Must have a sense of responsibility and loyalty. Must be initiative and creative. DUTIES : Manage, facilitate and support the implementation of the delivery plans for the Marine Protection Services and Ocean Governance Focus Area. Engage with implementing departments to identify challenges. Assist with implementation challenges. Undertake the budgeting process (application & allocation) for projects supported within the DFFE. Manage and analyse the implementation of initiatives within Operation Phakisa: Oceans Economy and provide project management capacity. Coordinate reporting on delivery plans. Assess progress on implementation across implementing departments. Report on implementation progress. Provide specialist input, advice and support in respect of maritime services, aquaculture, small harbours development, infrastructure development and coastal and marine tourism and infrastructure. Oversee analyses of implementation plans and progress. Identify mitigation measures against challenges. Maintain a network of project leaders and specialists across implementing departments. Liaise with the Department of International Relations and Cooperation and other strategic international partners on areas of cooperation. Develop and or coordinate input into regional & international Oceans Economy programmes. Fulfil and oversee Department and national roles in regional/international Ocean Economy Forums. Identify supporting roles that regional/international forums can fulfil in implementing national ocean economy projects.
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