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DPSA has released a Deputy Director Vessel And Helicopter Management 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 Vessel And Helicopter Management 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 Vessel And Helicopter Management|
|Name of Vacancies ⇒||DPSA Vacancies 2022|
|Job Location ⇒||Jobs in Cape Town|
|Salary ⇒||R 744,255.00 Yearly|
|Last Date ⇒||06 June 2022|
DPSA Deputy Director Vessel And Helicopter Management Job Description
SALARY : R744 255 per annum, (all-inclusive salary package)
CENTRE : Cape Town (Waterfront)
REQUIREMENTS : Degree or National Diploma (NQF 6) in Project Management or equivalent
qualification. 3–5-year experience in Maritime operations or related field.
Knowledge of Port Regulations, Clearing & Forwarding, Contract Management
Vessel Operations, IMO Regulations, Administrative procedures, Financial
Management, Project Management, Risk Management, ISPS Code. Planning
and Organising, Computer literacy, Leadership and Management,
Communication skills (written and spoken), Negotiation, Programme and
Project Management, Decision-making skills, Report writing skills, Analytical
skills. Innovative and proactive. Ability to work long hours voluntarily. Ability to
gather and analyse information. Proven leadership skills. Ability to develop and
apply policies. Ability to work independently and in a team. Ability to lead
multidisciplinary team. Good interpersonal relations skills. Ability to work under
extreme pressure. Conflict management and resolution. Ability to organise and
plan under pressure. Ability to collect and interpret information and reports.
Interpersonal relations. Initiative.
DUTIES : Ensure operational, policy controls and financial sustainability of the Vessel
operations and technical oversight. Maintain presence in the Antarctica and
Southern Oceans. Implement ship management protocol. Ensure crew
training, development and transformation. Monitor the performance of crew in
terms of career progression and training initiatives. Manage SA Agulhas II
budget and ensure optimal utilization of funds. Implement the Ship Access
Control Policy. Implement Drug and Alcohol Policy. Contract management of
the S.A. Agulhas II and Algoa and quay management (East Pier, Waterfront).
Monitor the performance of Contractors and Service Providers to ensure
adherence to SLA’s or contractual obligations. Monitor performance of various
suppliers and contractors that are commissioned to perform supply and
maintenance activities on Departmental Vessels. Ensure good customer
relations and stakeholder management. Research/literature studies on new
industry / sector developments to improve expertise. Engage with Search and
Rescue Coordination Centre. Liaise with Civil Aviation Authority with regard to
inspections on Aircrafts. Follow up on audit findings with regard to contract
compliance and safety related. Ensure shipping governance and security
management. Provide support to the security personnel to be able to assist in
the ship berthing recording. Ensure compliance to the Port security regulations.
Ensure cost recovered for vessels Berthing at East Pier and charter revenue.
Ensure SHEQ compliance. Manage and mitigate risks which will be a
threat/danger to the Departments assets and the vessels. Implement fuel
efficiency analysis and reporting. Develop a Business Plan to promote
chartering and revenue generation. Ensure proper cargo and passenger
documentation for shipping purposes to avoid any future possible litigation
against the Department. Manage technical and related personnel and assets.
Ensure the helicopters are delivered on time, used efficiently and all incidents
ENQUIRIES : Mr N Devanunthan Tel No: 021 4059482