DPSA Deputy Director Risk Analysis Job Vacancies in Pretoria

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DPSA Vacancies 2022 Apply for Deputy Director Risk Analysis Jobs in Pretoria

DPSA has released a Deputy Director Risk Analysis job notification at www.dpsa.gov.za Careers website. Department of Public Service and Administration has displayed vacant seats for the post of Deputy Director Risk Analysis vacancies. Candidates satisfying the desired eligibility conditions as mentioned in the Department of Public Service and Administration official notification can submit their application in the prescribed format on before last date with the help of details given below-
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Name of Available Job Post ⇒ Deputy Director Risk Analysis
Name of Vacancies ⇒ DPSA Vacancies 2022
Job Location ⇒ Jobs in Pretoria
Salary ⇒ R 882,042.00 Yearly
Last Date ⇒ 20 June 2022

DPSA Deputy Director Risk Analysis Job Description

SALARY : R882 042 per annum (Level 12), (all-inclusive package to be structured in
accordance with the rules for MMS)
CENTRE : Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : Applicants must be in possession of a Grade 12 Certificate and Bachelor’s
Degree / Post Graduate Diploma in Geographic Information System (GIS) /
Geography. 3 years’ junior management experience. Job related knowledge:
Basic Conditions of Employment Act, Labour Relations Act, Employment
Equity Act and Skills development legislation. Job related skills:
Communication and interpersonal relation skills, Computer literacy skills,
Project management skills, Problem solving skills, Presentation and facilitation
skills. A valid driver’s licence and willing to travel. Ability to work under
DUTIES : Liaise with all spheres of government and non-governmental organization
(NGO). Support government activities aimed at strengthening
intergovernmental relations and cooperation’s in the rural disaster
management in compliance with National Disaster Management Centre and
collaboration with other sectors. Facilitate the identification of potential
environmental hazards in rural areas. Conduct field visits to capture potential
environmental hazards. Perform desktop analysis to identify areas vulnerable
to hazards. Perform quality assurance for spatial data collected. Conduct risk
analysis using proven methodologies. Spatial data collection. Spatial data
analysis. Spatial data capture. Create a vulnerability classification and scenario
modelling for rural areas. Sourced relevant spatial datasets required for risk
analysis and vulnerability. Mapping of risk identified in vulnerable communities
prone to disasters.
ENQUIRIES : Ms A Ntsala Tel No: (012) 312 8507

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