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HEAD OF CORPORATE AND INVESTMENT BANKING - BARCLAYS BANK OF BOTSWANA

Overall Job Purpose
To lead and direct the strategic delivery of key CIB activities across the Country. This will include, but not limited to, planning and coordinating with product heads in Country and at Regional Level (Head Office) to optimise the relevance of CIB product and services across Corporate, Markets and IBD to ensure a fully joined up strategy and seamless delivery of CIB. Drive and deliver change required to ensure succeed in our vision of becoming the Go To Bank. Formulate, drive and deliver on business strategic objectives for CIB, with specific focus on clients’ needs and expectations. Ensure the infrastructure required to deliver the business plan is in place and the service levels agreed with the various infrastructure heads.
Main Accountabilities
Provide Strategic Leadership
Drive Business Performance
Maintain a Healthy Risk Profile
Manage the Financial Sustainability and Effective Use of Resources Within
Education and Experience
• Honours BSc-degree in Finance / Business Sciences or a related NQF Level 6 equivalent qualification
• (10) years’ experience in the Financial Services sector which must include proven experience
• (5) years’ experience on a senior management level in a large corporate
• (5) years Corporate and Investment Banking Experience
Company
Unique opportunity to take your career to the next level
Barclays Bank of Botswana has exciting career opportunities for a strategic, high performing and self driven individual across various functions. We are looking to fill the above position.
Closing date and application instructions
To view the full job profiles and to apply follow the link;
Steps to follow:
1. The screen will display Barclays Africa group page and select Botswana
2. All positions advertised in Botswana will appear, pick on the roles you want to apply for and submit application.
Please note that we do not accept hard copies of applications and only short listed candidates will be responded to.
Closing date: 27th May 2017

BOTSWANA GOVERNMENT JOBS - Ministry of International Affairs and Cooperation


The Ministry of International Affairs and Cooperation seeks the services of talented, proactive, self-driven and experienced individuals to fill the below listed vacancies. Priority will be given to citizens of Botswana.
VACANCY CIRCULAR NO. 6 OF 2017
VACANCY: SECRETARY/MINISTERIAL TENDER COMMITTEE (MTC)
(1 POST)
VACANCY REF NO: 150100074.1.1
Salary Scale: D3 (P207 564 – P229 152) per annum
Leave: 30 working days per annum
Benefits:
i. Optional Contributory Medical Aid Scheme (Government contributes 50% and employee contributes 50%).
ii. Contributory Pension Scheme (Government contributes 15% and employee contributes 5%).
iii. Housing and Upkeep Allowance.
Qualified Applicant Profile
To be considered for appointment to this position, candidates must have a Degree in Business Administration / Economics / Procurement, Purchasing, Supply and Materials Management or a related field.
Experience
A minimum of eight (8) years post qualification experience in Purchasing, Supply and or Materials Management of which two (2) years should have been served at D4 level for Public Service Officers or equivalent position in Parastatal or Private Organisation.
Main Purpose of the Job
To provide technical advice to the Ministerial Tender Committee (MTC) in decision making on submitted tenders in line with the Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Board Act (PPADB) and the Finance and Audit Act.
KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS
• Plans and manages activities of the Ministerial Tender Committee (MTC).
• Facilitates decision making by providing advice to the MTC on tender submissions in line with Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Board 9PPADB) and the Finance and Audit Acts.
• Recommends the review of the tendering policy to PPADB.
• Monitors adherence to contractual agreements by Ministry/Department.
• Recommends amendments or extensions of contracts.
• Approves tender notices and Invitation To Tender (ITT) vetting.
• Monitors market price fluctuations and recommends appropriate measures.
• Advises departments in drawing-up specifications of items to enhance the concept of quality assurance through satisfactory service to the customer.
• Monitors maintenance of tender numbering system for the Ministry.
• Publishes the Ministerial Tender Committee decisions.
VACANCY: DEPUTY MANAGER (HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT)
(1 POST)
VACANCY REF NO: 150100045.1.1
Salary Scale: D1(P274 464 – P303 012) per annum
Leave: 30 working days per annum
Benefits:
i. Optional Contributory Medical Aid Scheme (Government contributes 50% and employee contributes 50%).
ii. Contributory Pension Scheme (Government contributes 15% and employee contributes 5%).
iii. Housing and Upkeep Allowance.
Qualified Applicant Profile
To be considered for appointment to this position, candidates should have a Degree in Human Resource Management or Public Administration, Industrial Relations or Strategic Management or Business Administration.
Experience
The applicant must also have a minimum of twelve (12) years post qualification experience in the Human Resource field of which two (2) years should have been as Assistant Manager (D2) for Public Service Officers or an equivalent position in a Parastatal or Private Organisation.
Main Purpose of the Job
To provide leadership in the human resource functions of; recruitment and selection, training and development, employee relations and other Human Resource Management issues.
KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS
• Coordinates the human resource management processes of recruitment, training and development, and compensation and benefits.
• Initiates, develops and implements long, medium and short term plans and programmes on training and development, personnel administration and health and safety.
• Supervises and manages staff performance.
• Attends to employee relations matters.
• Coordinates preparation of manpower estimates/requirements.
• Monitors payments of employee benefits.
• Authorizes payment vouchers.
• Reviews human resource annual plan.
• Provides on-the job training for supervisees.
• Identifies skills gaps of supervisees and recommends.
• Provides induction to newly recruited staff.
Required Competencies
• Integrity and Trust
• Problem Solving
• Command Skills
• Communicating Effectively
• Customer Focus

Applicants: Quote the vacancy reference number and provide the following details:
a) Full name, address, and date of birth.
b) Detailed and updated Curriculum Vitae with duties.
c) Certified copies of academic certificates and Omang.
d) At least three (3) recent work related references confirming the required experience.
e) Date of first appointment, present post, date of appointment to the post and salary scale.
f) Applicants from Parastatals and Private Organisation should provide a copy of salary advice slip.

Important:
Applications from serving Public Officers should be routed through their Heads of Departments and Permanent Secretaries. Applications not so routed will not be considered. Applicants who do not meet the minimum requirements stipulated above will not be considered. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Faxed or emailed applications will not be accepted.
Applications should be addressed to:
 Permanent Secretary, Ministry of International Affairs and Cooperation, Private Bag 00368, Gaborone OR hand delivered to the Ministry, Records Management Unit – BLOCK B.
Closing Date: Friday, 2 June 2017
For further information please contact Human Resource Management Unit @ 3600819.

ROADS TRAINING CENTRE JOB ADVERTISEMENT


ROADS TRAINING CENTRE - JOB ADVERTISEMENT FOR PART-TIME LECTURING POSITIONS FOR AUGUST

2017 TO JULY 2018 Applications are invited from qualified and experienced candidates for positions at Roads Training Centre - Maruapula in Gaborone under Roads Department and Ministry of Transport & Communications. Appointed individuals will work on a part-time bases and will be only required at the Centre on their scheduled times. The period of engagement will be for the 1st or 2nd semester or both 1st and 2nd semesters of the academic year August 2017 to July 2018. The lecturing positions are in the following modules of the Highway Engineering Courses.

1. ROADS TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATE COURSE (RTCC)
Mathematics (1st, 2nd), Physics/Mechanics (1st, 2nd), Technical English (1st, 2nd), Surveying (1st, 2nd), Road Building Materials (1st, 2nd), Computer Aided Drawing (2nd), Road Construction (1st, 2nd), Computer Appreciation (1st), Heavy Plant (1st), Labour Based Technology (1st, 2nd), Road Design (1st, 2nd), Construction Management & Costing (1st, 2nd), Administration (1st, 2nd), Road Maintenance (2nd).

2. HIGHWAY ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS DIPLOMA COURSE (HETDC).
Mathematics (1st, 2nd), Applied Mechanics (1st), Hydraulics (Civil) (1st), Engineering Drawing & CAD (1st, 2nd), Technical English (1st, 2nd), Properties of Materials (1st, 2nd), Computer Appreciation (1st, 2nd), Surveying (1st, 2nd), Traffic and Transport (1st), Road Construction (1st, 2nd), Soil Mechanics (1st, 2nd), Structural Engineering (1st, 2nd), Road Design (1st, 2nd), Drainage Design & Construction (2nd), Construction Plant & Management (1st, 2nd), Civil/Highway Quantities (1st), Estimating & Costing (2nd), Economics (2nd), Administration (1st), Road Maintenance (2nd), Road Design CAD (2nd), Labour Based Technology (1st, 2nd).

Qualifications: a) A Minimum of Diploma in Highway/Civil Engineering or similar qualification and for technical subjects the candidate must also have at least 2 years experience in the Civil Engineering environment for lecturing at Certificate level and, b) A minimum of B Eng/BSc in Civil Engineering or similar qualification and for technical subjects the candidate must also have at least 3 years experience in the Civil Engineering environment for lecturing at Diploma level.

Requirements for both Courses: Full names, contact numbers plus postal address and certified copies of Omang/Passport/Work or Residence permit, qualification certificates, current curriculum vitae, Botswana Qualification Authority accreditation certificates as trainer and assessor etc.

Duties:
Prepare scheme of work, lesson plans and learning material
Conduct lectures and tutorials,
Prepare & administer assignments, tests as well as mark scripts,
Set, mark and/or moderate examinations at the end of the semester.
Curriculum review
Attending Board of Academic Staff meetings,

Remuneration: P75.00 per hour worked.

Send your application to: The Principal Roads Engineer-Training, P. O. Box 10105, Gaborone, Botswana. Telephone: 3912755 Fax: 3905975 Closing Date: 23rd June 2017.
Correspondence will be entered into with short listed candidates only.

ORANGE BOTSWANA JOB POSTS , DEADLINE 2 JUNE 2017


Orange invites candidates who wish to be part of a dynamic workforce to apply for the above position.
LEARNING AND ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR
Reporting to the Human Resources Manager, this role requires the person to be able to coordinate Organization Development and Learning initiatives. They will be working with all levels of staff, to identify how performance gaps can be addressed across different departments in the company. Also to assist the Human Resource Manager in all aspects of Organisational Development by leveraging Human capital data to deliver innovative yet practical talent solutions that help drive performance in our dynamic, rapidly changing business environment.

The main duties include but are not limited to:

  • Assist in coordination and implementation of yearly training plan and providing monthly training expenditure report.
  • Ensure expenditures associated with facilitation of learning interventions are managed within the approved budget to achieve cost efficiencies.
  • Support and lead the design, development, and implementation of training programs, to further the development of leaders and employees.
  • Use technology to advance learning and organizational development initiatives (e.g., Learning Management Systems, e-learning modules).
  • Analyse development needs and consult with internal customers to identify performance problems and development opportunities, Use the findings to improve employee development.
  • Evaluate results for training and development programs; ensure alignment with business strategic goals.
  • Provide support on company-wide talent focused projects/ programs to drive culture and engagement.
  • Participate in the coordination, implementation and delivery of policies, procedures and processes that support business objectives and are aligned with the organization's strategic goals.
  • Liaise with leadership and HR Manager to understand and anticipate needs for talent programs.
  • Support the implementation and evaluation of the Performance Management Frameworks. Support performance improvement agenda through the collection, analysis and reporting of accurate and timely performance information to ensure the continuous improvement of services.
  • To coordinate and facilitate the communication to all staff of performance issues including the preparation of performance reports.
  • To management Performance Management System.
  • To manage, influence and motivate staff associated with performance issues.
  • Assist with collation, analysis and reporting of statistical and HR Data.
  • Facilitation of Performance Management process.
  • Facilitation and Implementation of Talent and management review process.
  • Design and Implementation of Learning and Development strategy.
  • Maintain and update HR policies, procedures, and process.
FINANCIAL CONTROLLER
Reporting to the Controlling Manager, the successful candidate will be responsible for assisting in Management reporting, linking the operational and financial activities of the company. Controlling consists of verifying whether activities of the business occur in conformity with plans adopted, instructions issued and principles established. We ensure that there is effective and efficient utilization of organizational resources so as to achieve the planned goals.

The main duties include but are not limited to:

  • Assist in Management reporting.
  • Analyse, compose and communicate a company’s financial position.
  • Analyse cost and revenues using key data.
  • Create monthly and annual reports to identify results, trends, and financial forecasts.
  • Assist the Controlling Manager in making forecasts to assist business planning and decision-making, this includes contributing to budgeting process.
  • Assist in ensuring that financial transactions are properly recorded and reported as per accounting standards.
  • Review financial plans and budgets regularly to look for cost reduction opportunities.
  • Work closely with general management on business decisions and plans, providing information.
  • Preparation and validation of business cases and cost analysis, work on cost analysis and cost-reduction projects.
REGULATORY SPECIALIST
Reporting to the Legal Services Manager, the successful candidate will be responsible for management of all regulatory aspects and non-compliance risks with the telecom regulation.

The main duties include but are not limited to

  • Ensure Company compliance with relevant legislation, regulations, the license, standards and policies.
  • Manage regulatory relationship.
  • Provide advice on regulatory matters.
  • Ensure compliance reporting and monitoring.
  • Coordinate, monitor, assess initiatives and actions to ensure compliance with legislation, the PTO license, regulations including those relating to AML, directives, policies and plans.
  • Implement and monitor the license risk management plan.
  • Develop and implement appropriate mitigation control measures.
  • Identify, assess and communicate key regulatory risks.
  • Provide timely advice and guidance on the proper application and interpretation of legislation and regulations applicable to Orange.
  • Prepare and manage accurate reports to all stakeholders in accordance with the relevant timelines.
  • Monitor service levels and report any sub-standard service to the relevant departments to mitigate risks associated.
  • Manage and develop the relationship with the Botswana Communication Regulatory Authority (BOCRA).
  • Ensure the company's reputation is protected by building trust and good communication between the Botswana Communication Regulatory Authority (BOCRA).
  • Be the main contact person for the Regulator responsible for communicating all concerns, requests to and from the BOCRA.
  • Manage and prepare or facilitate all regulatory communication.
CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER (CMO)
Reporting to the CEO, the incumbent will be responsible for overseeing the planning, development and execution of Orange Botswana’s marketing and advertising initiatives. The primary role of the CMO is to generate revenue by increasing sales through successful marketing for the entire organization, using market research, pricing, product marketing, marketing communications, and advertising. The position will also be responsible for coordinating the strategic marketing plan, annual action plan in agreement with the CEO and applying them with the support of the Group marketing strategy.

The main duties include but are not limited to:

  • Elaborate and implement annual marketing and communication plan with regular update and coordination with his(her) peers (sales, finance, ITN, customer service in particular).
  • Ensure that marketing strategies correspond and relate to the financial and overall commercial objectives of Orange Botswana.
  • Participate to the elaboration of the budget, in particular by the valuation of the initiatives of the marketing plan.
  • Support the sales force in realization of the commercial objectives of the company, in particular by promotions, offers and other initiatives.
  • Leads innovation on products and service and regarding pricing.
  • Ensure the differentiation of the company through segmented offers / pricing / the positioning of the company.
  • Manage geo-marketing activities and contribute to the elaboration of the plan of deployment of the company.
  • Define and implements sponsoring policy of the company consistent with its strategy and the guidelines of Orange Group .
  • Participate to external relations of the company.
  • Estimate the efficiency of communications channels and advertising campaigns, adapts the communication plan consequently.
  • Contribute actively to the program of costs optimization of the company.

Closing date and application instructions

Interested candidates who meet the minimum requirements can submit their applications, updated CV and certified copies of their academic certificates to:
jobsbw.obw@orange.com
The subject window on email should only contain the title of the position being applied for.
Closing date: 2nd June 2017
Kindly note, that Orange Botswana shall only correspond to short-listed candidates.

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