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CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS AT HIV/AIDS UNCONFERENCE

CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS

RLABS BOTSWANA will be hosting an HIV/AIDS UNCONFERENCE on behalf of NACA and The Ministry of Youth Sports and Culture. 

We are looking for 300 youth and young adults over the age of 16yrs to participate in this event to be held on June 7th 2014 at the BNYC hall at fairgrounds.

There will be a variety of activities to gather information on the following themes.

1. Reduction in testing

2. Increase in multiple and concurrent partners

3. Reduction in collection and use of condoms

4. Decreasing new infections

Registration begins at 9am to 9:30am on Saturday 7th June 2014.

Only 300 participants will be accepted.

Come and be a part of this revolutionary event and make your contribution to reducing HIV/AIDS amongst the youth!!!

Source: RLabs Botswana

Programme Management Officer

Posting Title: Programme Officer, P3 
Job Code Title: Programme Management Officer 
Department/ Office: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Duty Station: VIENNA 
Deadline: 29 June 2014 
Job Opening number: 14-PGM-UNODC-35247-R-VIENNA (X)

This post is located in the Regional Section for Europe, West & Central Asia (RSEWCA), Integrated Programme and Oversight Branch (IPB), Division for Operations (DO), United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), in Vienna, Austria. The Programme Officer will work under the overall guidance of the Chief of IPB and direct supervision of the Chief of the Regional Section. S/he will also work in close consultation with the relevant Representatives/Heads at the UNODC regional/country offices.

Education
Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in social sciences, economics, international relations, law, political science, statistics, public administration, or related field, is required. A first-level university degree in similar fields in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.

Work Experience
A minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in technical cooperation and programme management, at the international and/or national levels is required. Experience in implementing and backstopping programmes/projects in the areas of preferably drug control activities, crime or terrorism prevention, law enforcement, criminal justice and/or the security sector, governance, public administration, peace-building, conflict prevention or other related areas, is highly desirable. Field experience, knowledge and experience preferably in the West and Central Asia region, is desirable.

Languages
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For the position advertised fluency in English, i.e. oral and written proficiency, is required. Knowledge of another United Nations official language is an advantage.

To learn more details and apply: https://careers.un.org/

Lending Operation Manager AT Standard Chartered Botswana

Job Description
Reports Directly to Head of Banking Operations

Direct Reports
•Credit Documentation Manager
•Credit Administration Manager
•Loan Processing Manager
•Repayments Manager
•Credit Cards and Insurance Manager

Job Purpose
•To effectively manage the bank’s consumer loan book by coordinating all activities pertaining to Loan disbursements, loan administration, reporting, and securing documentation for all borrowing relationships
•To provide operational support and continually review and align all activities with various bank strategies in order to achieve the most effective profitable operations and minimal risk
•Assist Business Unit Head and Risk Officer is driving and directing effective compliance and operational risk management at the business unit level
•Implement controls within the business unit to meet all regulatory and internal requirements
•Ensure proper functioning of day to day, periodic monitoring activities and timely resolution of risk issues

Key Responsibilities
•To effectively provide all operational support functions to consumers
•To continually review process for re-engineering and cost saving benefit in Lending Operations and maintain internal control to an effective standard and update the departments operating instructions
•Maintain a good working relationship between various business units and Lending Operations
•To ensure that the instructions and commitments laid down in the unit’s operations manual are met
•To ensure at credit administration and loan documentation are correct prior to drawdown of facilities thereby protecting the bank  from possible financial loss
•To ensure all securing documentation deficiencies are resolved correctly waived prior to issuance of security compliance certificates and draw downs
•To ensure the best service is obtained from the banks outsourced activities within policy and budget
•To maintain and update the unit’s departmental operating instructions in accordance with audit and internal control in a format consistent with group objectives
•To ensure that credit facilities are established as approved at the level of approval
•Manage the production and extradition of data used for reporting and preparation of the key control standards and key risk indicators
•Manage provision of services, service levels, and turnaround times from the shared service centre
•Resolve queries timely to provide the highest level of quality service to customers
•Manage relations with all critical links to ensure a smooth operations and provision of service
•Manage the relationship between Lending Operations and critical links (Branches, Integrated Distribution, Call Centre, Credit, Relationship Managers) both internally and externally
•Work closely with product development teams and marketing to develop new and enhanced products
•Set stretching standards to monitor and measure performance of staff in the department to ensure optimal productivity and high quality of service, interpret statistical data, and take remedial action
•Proactively manage all reconciliation of suspense accounts related to Lending Operations transactions and ensure outstanding items are cleared within minimum time and accounts balanced regularly
•Proactively manage and ensure your staff is knowledgeable on money laundering and CRM and that they are able to detect transactions which may be carrying symptoms of money laundering risks
•Ensure you remain alert to the risk of money laundering and assist in the bank’s efforts in combating it by adhering to anti money laundering principles in relation to identifying customer, knowing your customer, monitoring of accounts, reporting suspicious transactions / unusual activities. Safeguarding records and not disclosing suspicions to customers
•As a DCC for Lending Operations, coordinate / guide and direct all works including reviews of BCP and BIA as per Group contingency policies

Contributes to
•Enhancement of the bank’s image by responding positively to consumers’ needs
•Maximizing income contribution to the bank and the Group as a whole

Knowledge, Experience, and Capability
•Thorough knowledge of the bank’s products, Policies and Credit Practices
•Change driven, ability to flexible working demands and adaptation to complex nature of the business environment
•University Degree + 5 years banking experience or Bankers Institute Qualifications with a minimum of 5 years banking experience
•Good interpersonal relationships and communication skills
•A good understanding of banking operations, practices and procedures
•Knowledge and understanding of the various credit products and programmes
•Project management skills and computer literacy in all MS applications
•Good knowledge and fair use of the banks operating systems
•Good credit administration skills
•Process re-engineering oriented
•Good communication and public relations skills with all levels
•Good knowledge of bank products and services
•Good working knowledge of local requirements for perfection of security documentation
•Good people management skills
•University degree or equivalent
•Excellent at identifying and resolving problems
•Good negotiation skills
Key Roles & Responsibilities
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Qualifications & Skills
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Diversity & Inclusion
Standard Chartered is committed to diversity and inclusion. We believe that a work environment which embraces diversity will enable us to get the best out of the broadest spectrum of people to sustain strong business performance and competitive advantage. By building an inclusive culture, each employee can develop a sense of belonging, and have the opportunity to maximise their personal potential.

CREDIT ANALYST at Standard Chartered Botswana

Job Description
1.   To support the establishment, development, and maintenance of the team’s portfolio of corporate clients who require routine, as well as complex finance and other Corporate Banking services. To generate revenue for the Bank through professional management of corporate relationships under the broad direction of SCB policies, but with the prescribed credit responsibility and accountability.
Two broad purposes:
• Risk Management: preparation of Business Credit Applications (BCAs) and Credit Monitoring and Housekeeping.
•    RM  Support: maintain and exercise control over respective RM  portfolios, and provide sales support to their respective RM
Key Roles & Responsibilities
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• Prepare Business Credit Applications, which includes the Part I & II, financial analysis, risk analysis, industry analysis, RAPTOR & RoRWA assessments, financial spreads (MFA), projections and credit risk grade assessments & Ethical & Social Risk Assessments (ESRA). BCAs to be prepared for the renewal of facilities extended to current relationships (& interim reviews where mandated), and to initiate new relationships with prospective clients.
• Monitor and manage risk on an ongoing and proactive basis. This is through the monitoring of risk triggers, covenants / approvals conditions and report any breaches. In certain cases business adopts quarterly performance reviews (QPR’s) to monitor these aspects. 
• To assist in preparing management reports relating to credit approvals, excesses (including monitoring and regularizing daily excess reports), extensions, earmarking, early alert reports, risk trigger monitoring, covenant breach monitoring, approval conditions, etc. to ensure all controls are complied with at all times.
• Identify report and act upon materiel risks proactively and raise Early Alert Reports (EAR’s) in time to take corrective actions.
• Maintain and exercise control over allotted RM portfolios to ensure that services to our customers are of the highest standard, while constantly monitoring customer quality in order to minimise the risk of loss to the bank.
• To coordinate with CRC for the issuance of security documentation (BFL, etc) and liaise with client to ensure completion. Also follow up with client for submission of audited financial statements, management accounts, ageing debtors and all other information/documents required or approved as a condition.
• Provide RM  support in meeting their sales targets and help to act as the interface with the client for all credit related issues.
• Ensure that all administration associated with the team portfolio is done accurately in accordance with laid down procedures and on a timely basis in addition to undertaking regular inspection of assets and documents which represent security for the Bank.
• Ensure that portfolio review/audit results in good ratings and nothing negative is highlighted in the accounts allocated
Qualifications & Skills
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Business or accounting related degree.
• Minimum 3 years experience in a corporate banking environment.
• Sound understanding of commercial banking, trade finance and financial markets products. Added knowledge of consumer banking products and wealth management products would advantageous.
• Strong credit appraisal, analytical and marketing skills, with the ability to interpret complex financial information.
• A good understanding of the general, economic, political and business environment     of the region
Diversity & Inclusion
Standard Chartered is committed to diversity and inclusion. We believe that a work environment which embraces diversity will enable us to get the best out of the broadest spectrum of people to sustain strong business performance and competitive advantage. By building an inclusive culture, each employee can develop a sense of belonging, and have the opportunity to maximise their personal potential.

Assistant Relationship Manager at Standard Chartered Botswana

Job Description
To support the establishment, development, and maintenance of the team’s portfolio of corporate clients who require routine, as well as complex finance and other Corporate Banking services. To generate revenue for the Bank through professional management of corporate relationships under the broad direction of SCB policies, but with the prescribed credit responsibility and accountability.
Two broad purposes:
• Risk Management: preparation of Business Credit Applications (BCAs) and Credit Monitoring and Housekeeping.
•    RM / SRM Support: maintain and exercise control over respective RM / SRM     portfolios, and provide sales support to their respective RM / SRM
•Prepare Business Credit Applications, which includes the Part I & II, financial analysis, risk analysis, industry analysis, odyssey & RoRWA assessments, financial spreads (MFA), projections and credit risk grade assessments (ESC). BCAs to be prepared for the renewal of facilities extended to current relationships (& interim reviews where mandated), and to initiate new relationships with prospective clients. This also include the preparation and approval of  CDD.
•Monitor and manage risk on an ongoing and proactive basis. This is through the monitoring of risk triggers, covenants / approvals conditions and report any breaches. In certain cases business adopts quarterly performance reviews (QPR’s) to monitor these aspects. 
•To assist in preparing management reports relating to credit approvals, excesses (including monitoring and regularizing daily excess reports), extensions, earmarking, early alert reports, risk trigger monitoring, covenant breach monitoring, approval conditions, etc. to ensure all controls are complied with at all times.
•Identify, report and act upon materiel risks proactively and raise Early Alert Reports (EAR’s) in time to take corrective actions.
•Maintain and exercise control over allotted RM portfolios to ensure that services to our customers are of the highest standard, while constantly monitoring customer quality in order to minimise the risk of loss to the bank.
•To coordinate with CRC for the issuance if security documentation (BFL, etc) and liaise with client to ensure completion. Also follow up with client for submission of audited financial statements, management accounts, ageing debtors and all other information/documents required or approved as a condition.
•Provide RM / SRM support in meeting their sales targets and act as the interface with the client for all telephone enquiries and service related issues that are not handled by CSG.
•Ensure that all administration associated with the team portfolio is done accurately in accordance with laid down procedures and on a timely basis in addition to undertaking regular inspection of assets and documents which represent security for the Bank.
•Ensure that portfolio review/audit results in good ratings and nothing negative is highlighted in the accounts allocated
•To assist in preparing annual industry studies, if required, in order to improve knowledge within OCC of specific markets and industries and to ensure we bank the top 50% in the industry.
•Complete awareness of Group Operational / Credit Risk policies, as well as local regulatory requirements.
Business or accounting related degree.
•Minimum 3 years experience in a corporate banking environment.
•Sound understanding of commercial banking, trade finance and financial markets products. Added knowledge of consumer banking products and wealth management products would advantageous.
•Strong credit appraisal, analytical and marketing skills, with the ability to interpret complex financial information.
•A good understanding of the general, economic, political and business environment     of the region.
•Excellent communication (written and verbal) and negotiation skills.
Key Roles & Responsibilities
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Qualifications & Skills
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Diversity & Inclusion
Standard Chartered is committed to diversity and inclusion. We believe that a work environment which embraces diversity will enable us to get the best out of the broadest spectrum of people to sustain strong business performance and competitive advantage. By building an inclusive culture, each employee can develop a sense of belonging, and have the opportunity to maximise their personal potential.

Proposals Engineer

Sandvik seeks:
Proposals Engineer
The role
To secure new profitable business for the company within the materials handling environment by managing the proposal and estimating processes.
  • Manage Proposal Process
  • Manage the Estimating Process
  • Manage Engineering Design
Your profile
  • Minimum B Tech in Engineering or B Degree in Engineering (suitably qualified as articulated in in the EE Act)
  • CMA Conveyor Design Diploma
  • Extensive experience in the proposals, engineering design and engineering of bulk materials handling equipment, systems and solutions.
  • Sound knowledge and understanding of the Procurement Policies and procedures and the application thereof in the tendering process when adjudicating and awarding tenders
  • Knowledge and understanding of the effects a change to a design specification will have on materials handling products and equipment.
  • Sound knowledge of materials handling products and equipment
  • Sound knowledge of MS Office applications inclusive of Word, Excel and Power point
  • Sound knowledge Sidewinder or similar conveyor design package
  • Required to travel to clients and suppliers both locally and internationally
  • Required to travel to Sandvik offices both locally and internationally
  • May be required to work extended hours to complete a tender
Location
Bedfordview
Who may apply
All applicants outside South Africa must ensure that they are able to secure a work permit and permanent residence prior to applying for any advertised positions.
How to apply
To apply, please click on the 'Apply' button, or access the Sandvik website www.sandvik.com/career.
If you have any further queries, please contact us on 0800 331 331.
Applications close: 05 June 2014
Job Reference No : 327252
If you have any further queries, please contact us on 0800 331 331.
Recruiter: Sesh Reddy
Sandvik is committed to representivity in the composition of its employees and the creation of job opportunities across all sectors of the South African population
Deadline: 05 Jun 2014
Job ID: 327252
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Estimator

Sandvik seeks:
Estimator
The role
To produce an accurate and cost effective estimate on materials handling system.
  • Comprehend the client's enquiry relating the scope of work, specifications, preferred suppliers, programme and returnable schedules
  • Comprehend the client's terms and conditions and impose a back-to-back agreement with suppliers
  • Obtain the bill of quantities from the Engineers and enter onto costing sheet
  • Compile enquiries based on the quantities and submit through to the preferred suppliers
  • Monitor the timeous receipt of a minimum of 3 competitive bids
  • Adjudicate the supplier bids for commercial and quantitative compliance
  • Negotiate with suppliers on costs
  • Liaise with suppliers to resolve issues
  • Utilise the costing from the selected supplier / adjudicator to complete the costing sheet
  • Confirm that standard estimate schedules are adhered to and completed accurately
  • Submit costing sheet to the Business Development Manager for review and input
  • Estimate costs in accordance with policies and procedures
  • Estimate costs within the allocated time frame
  • Take ownership of costing sheet
  • Compile and maintain supplier database
  • Maintain soft and hard copies in the filing system
Your profile
  • Minimum Grade 12 with maths and science
  • Minimum 2 years' experience in the materials handling environment
  • Knowledge and understanding of the Procurement Policies and procedures and the application thereof in the tendering process when adjudicating and awarding tenders
  • Sound knowledge of materials handling products and equipment
  • Sound knowledge of MS Office applications inclusive of Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • The ability to manage time effectively and efficiently in accordance with work priorities to ensure qualitative outcomes
  • The ability to negotiate with role players and arrive at a win-win situation in the best interest of the organisation and the negotiating party
  • The ability to analyse situations and to arrive at the best possible solution
  • The ability to interact with people at all levels in the organisation
  • The ability to communicate effectively and efficiently at all levels in the organisation
Location
Bedfordview
Who may apply
All applicants outside South Africa must ensure that they are able to secure a work permit and permanent residence prior to applying for any advertised positions.
How to apply
To apply, please click on the 'Apply' button, or access the Sandvik website www.sandvik.com/career.
If you have any further queries, please contact us on 0800 331 331.
Applications close: 05 June 2014
Job Reference No: 327254
If you have any further queries, please contact us on 0800 331 331.
Recruiter: Sesh Reddy
Sandvik is committed to representivity in the composition of its employees and the creation of job opportunities across all sectors of the South African population
Deadline: 05 Jun 2014
Job ID: 327254
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Tender Co-ordinator

Sandvik seeks:
Tender Coordinator
The role
To provide administrative and secretarial support to the Marketing Development & Sales Department.
  • Secretarial and Administrative Support
  • Tender Coordinator
  • Coordinate Conferences
  • Time management & Administration
  • Coordination & Communication
  • Attention to detail
  • Accuracy & Self Responsibility
Your profile
  • Minimum Grade 12 with Secretarial Diploma
  • Minimum 3 years' tender coordinator within the mining engineering bulk materials handling industry.
  • Knowledge and understanding of how to compile tenders
  • Sound knowledge of MS Office applications inclusive of Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • The ability to interact with people at all levels in the organisation
  • The ability to communicate in all official business languages in a clear and concise manner
  • The ability to create written documentation reflect exact and accurate information
  • The ability to apply planning techniques to conduct effective planning of work outputs and resources
  • The ability to maintain work rate according to standards whilst operating under severe time and delivery constraints
Location
Bedfordview
Who may apply
All applicants outside South Africa must ensure that they are able to secure a work permit and permanent residence prior to applying for any advertised positions.
How to apply
To apply, please click on the 'Apply' button, or access the Sandvik website www.sandvik.com/career.
If you have any further queries, please contact us on 0800 331 331.
Applications close: 05 June 2014
Job Reference No: 331268
If you have any further queries, please contact us on 0800 331 331.
Recruiter: Sesh Reddy
Sandvik is committed to representivity in the composition of its employees and the creation of job opportunities across all sectors of the South African population
Deadline: 05 Jun 2014
Job ID: 331268
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Senior Inspector

Sandvik seeks:
Senior Inspector
The role
To execute and manage the quality control functions during the fabrication / vendor supply process to meet the equipment project specifications and customer quality requirements. Develop vendors to implement basis quality, environmental and health & safety.
  • Participate in Project Kick-Off
  • Monitor Project Document Compliance
  • Manage Project Documentation
  • Manage Quality Control Roles and Responsibilities during Fabrication
  • Prepare Close Out Report
  • Supervise Staff
Your profile
  • Minimum Grade 12
  • A National Technical Certificate would be advantageous
  • SAIW Level 2
  • Non-Destructive Testing certification
  • Qualified artisan e.g. welder or boilermaker
  • Minimum 8 to 10 years experience in a fabrication / mining bulk materials handling environment
  • Minimum 1 to 2 years supervisory experience
  • Sound knowledge of fabrication and welding principles
  • Sound knowledge of reading measuring equipment
  • Basic electrical knowledge
  • Required to travel to visit sites locally and internationally
Location
Bedfordview
Who may apply
All applicants outside South Africa must ensure that they are able to secure a work permit and permanent residence prior to applying for any advertised positions.
How to apply
To apply, please click on the 'Apply' button, or access the Sandvik website www.sandvik.com/career.
If you have any further queries, please contact us on 0800 331 331.
Applications close: 05 June 2014
Job Reference No: 331824
If you have any further queries, please contact us on 0800 331 331.
Recruiter: Sesh Reddy
Sandvik is committed to representivity in the composition of its employees and the creation of job opportunities across all sectors of the South African population
Deadline: 05 Jun 2014
Job ID: 331824
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Materials Controller

Sandvik seeks:
Materials Controller
The role
To execute and manage an effective materials control system during the assembly and erection of Sandvik projects, ensuring the correct amounts of material are delivered to site, correctly stored and issued to the respective fabricator.
  • Working to fixed / firm schedules
  • Material Control
  • Documentation
  • Quality / Planning
  • Safety standards
  • Close Out Reporting
Your profile
  • Minimum Grade12
  • A national technical Certificate would be advantageous
  • Certificate in materials control
  • Minimum 3 to 5 years supervisory experience on a construction site, mining materials handling environment
  • Sound knowledge of materials control
  • Ability to interface with Planning / PM and Erectors
  • Required to travel to visit sites locally and internationally
Location
Bedfordview
Who may apply
All applicants outside South Africa must ensure that they are able to secure a work permit and permanent residence prior to applying for any advertised positions.
How to apply
To apply, please click on the 'Apply' button, or access the Sandvik website www.sandvik.com/career.
If you have any further queries, please contact us on 0800 331 331.
Applications close: 05 June 2014
Job Reference No: 331825
If you have any further queries, please contact us on 0800 331 331.
Recruiter: Sesh Reddy
Sandvik is committed to representivity in the composition of its employees and the creation of job opportunities across all sectors of the South African population
Deadline: 05 Jun 2014
Job ID: 331825
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Senior EHS Officer

Sandvik seeks:
Senior EHS Officer
The role
Advises and monitors compliance to Environmental, Health & Safety legislation and instructs the use of documentation in accordance with Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSAS) 18001:2007 and International Standards Organization (ISO): 14001: 2004 and to adhere to the EHS legal compliance framework.
Key performance areas
  • Advises and monitors on Compliance relating to EHS Legislation and ISO 14001:2004 / OHSAS 18001:2007 certifications
  • Oversees and conducts investigations
  • Analyses and Records Site Statistics
  • Instructs the use of latest EHS documentation
  • Produce reoprts in accordance with policies and procedures and Completes pre-prepared checklists and questionnaires based on audits.
  • Supervises all EHS staff of sub-contractors and Junior EHS Officers / Administrators on a project basis
Your profile
  • NQF4 Tertiary qualification in Occupational Health and Safety or equivalent (Suitably qualified as articulated in the Employment Equity Act)
  • Certificate of Competency of Health & Safety Officer
  • Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment, Accident Investigation and Working at Heights certifications through an accredited provider
  • Driver's License
  • First Aid Certificate (Level 1 and Level 2)
  • Legal Liability Certificate for the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Mine Health and Safety Act and National Environmental Management legislation.
Advantageous:
  • Certificate of Competency as an EHS Officer
  • Environmental Law related qualification or certificate.
  • Extensive experience in mining and construction safety, preferably in mining bulk materials handling systems and project management and EHS (Minimum 5 - 8 years' experience).
  • Sound knowledge of the applicable legislation relevant to Health & Safety i.e. Occupational Health & Safety Act, Mine Health & Safety Act, Construction Regulations, Compensation for Occupation and Injuries and Diseases Act and National Environmental Management Legislation (framework).
  • Knowledge and understanding of the company policies and procedures applicable to the specific work environment to ensure that work outcomes are compliant to the policies and procedures
Location
Bedfordview
Who may apply
All applicants outside South Africa must ensure that they are able to secure a work permit and permanent residence prior to applying for any advertised positions.
How to apply
To apply, please click on the 'Apply' button, or access the Sandvik website www.sandvik.com/career.
Applications close: 06 June 2014
Job Reference No: 331528
If you have any further queries, please contact us on 0800 331 331.
Recruiter: Sesh Reddy
Sandvik is committed to representivity in the composition of its employees and the creation of job opportunities across all sectors of the South African population.
Deadline: 06 Jun 2014
Job ID: 331528
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Territory Manager B2B

Puma Energy International is a rapidly expanding, midstream and downstream oil company operating in over 35 countries across 5 continents. Headquartered in Singapore with regional offices in Geneva (Switzerland), Johannesburg (South Africa), San Juan (Puerto Rico) and Brisbane (Australia), we are a responsible supplier and storage facilitator of high-quality petroleum products.

Our midstream line of business unlocks value with storage capacity of 16 million barrels ("bbls"). This will be increased to approximately 26 million bbls by 2014 in accordance with the capital investment programme currently being implemented and various investment opportunities being originated. It makes Puma Energy one of the largest independent fuel storage operators. The downstream business supplies gasoil, gasoline, jet and niche products (like lubricants and bitumen) to a global network of over 1,300 retail service stations, 28 airports worldwide and the construction industry. This enables infrastructure development in emerging economies.

Puma Energy is a privately owned company with two strategic partners and main shareholders - Trafigura Group and Sonangol Holdings. Although the company operates at arms-length from both, it benefits from their management expertise and market knowledge.
Main Purpose

Participate in negotiations with potential clients as well as preparing offers and estimates.
Provide administrative support to clients for the inventory control of fuels and technical advice for the sale of the company products.

Monitor projected sales volume and monthly results analysis.
Provide advice and support to clients in execution of the business plans and standards as well commercial procedures of the company.
Key Responsibilities

The role involves managing and growing the existing customer base, credit management and ensuring that all B2B contractual and performance deliverables are met. Closely monitor customer’s volume and margin performance against plan. Canvassing for and negotiating new business deals
Knowledge Skills and Abilities

•The ideal candidate should have an Undergraduate University Degree in Business Administration, Marketing or other related field.
•Minimum five (5) years of experience in sales or commercial field
Key Relationships

• Key accounts management
• Sales and Marketing skills
• Project and change management
• Business Development
• Strong leadership and negotiation skills
• Team management, good planning and organization skills
• Relationship and stakeholder management

HSE & QUALITY MANAGER

Puma Energy International is a rapidly expanding, midstream and downstream oil company operating in over 35 countries across 5 continents. Headquartered in Singapore with regional offices in Geneva (Switzerland), Johannesburg (South Africa), San Juan (Puerto Rico) and Brisbane (Australia), we are a responsible supplier and storage facilitator of high-quality petroleum products.

Our midstream line of business unlocks value with storage capacity of 16 million barrels ("bbls"). This will be increased to approximately 26 million bbls by 2014 in accordance with the capital investment programme currently being implemented and various investment opportunities being originated. It makes Puma Energy one of the largest independent fuel storage operators. The downstream business supplies gasoil, gasoline, jet and niche products (like lubricants and bitumen) to a global network of over 1,300 retail service stations, 28 airports worldwide and the construction industry. This enables infrastructure development in emerging economies.

Puma Energy is a privately owned company with two strategic partners and main shareholders - Trafigura Group and Sonangol Holdings. Although the company operates at arms-length from both, it benefits from their management expertise and market knowledge.
Main Purpose

The job holder is responsible to perform all tasks in accordance with the Site Operating Standards amongst them fuel receiving, storage and handling, loads refuelling vehicles and Aircraft refuelling, preventative maintenance and product quality.
Key Responsibilities

Fixed and Mobile Plant Maintenance
The RTC is accountable for the inspection, testing, maintenance, calibration and repair of equipment in accordance with PUMA Regulations, OEM manuals, company procedures and statutory requirements. Defect Reporting and Record Systems for all facilities, equipment and vehicles.
• Responsible for ensuring that adequate stocks of spare parts are available at all times
• Responsible for reporting defect trends and identifying problems that can be communicated to other operators of similar systems and equipment.
• To maintain suitable arrangements with appropriate service providers and maintenance facilities both on and off the airport to ensure that appropriate back–up and support is available in the event of equipment breakdowns and failures.
• Responsible for commissioning new and repaired mobile and/or fixed equipment in accordance with PUMA standards and OEM maintenance and operating manuals. To subsequently, provide proper documented and recorded training for all operators and supervisors on new or modified equipment.


HSSE
• RTC must be fully conversant and comply with all Company and Legislated HSE requirements which apply to the Airfield Operation.
• The RTC must strictly adhere to the PUMA Safety Rules and Procedures.
• The RTC must report all unsafe acts and conditions and near misses to his / her Supervisor at all times.

Product Quality
The RTC is required to perform tasks critical to the Quality Assurance System and as such he/she shall be fully trained in such tasks and nominated as an approved Product Quality Inspector. Such Critical Tasks include, but may not be limited to, the following:
• Checking the documentation on incoming consignments is correct and that it corresponds to the transport/container concerned.
• Visual inspection and control checks on incoming material, including the checking of seals on vehicles if present.
• Discharge into storage.
• Release of product into Fuellers and Hydrants and sampling.
• Maintaining records of stock/quality/equipment checks as appropriate
Knowledge Skills and Abilities

Job Requirements:

The ideal candidate should possess an NCC in Mechanical/Electrical background or equivalent and have at least five (5) years’ experience in a major workshop. Light duty  driver’s license is a requirement.

Work experience in a technical field, particularly in an airport environment and possession of a Tractors Driver’s License will be added advantages. The individual will be trained in Aircraft refuelling for a minimum period of six (6) months before being certified as competent.
Competencies:
• Excellent communication skills
• Coordination skills
• Good customer service skills
• Interpersonal skills
• Computer literacy
• Technical skills
Key Relationships

The Refuelling & Technical Coordinator (RTC) is responsible for carrying out all day to day tasks required to safely, effectively and efficiently operate the fuel storage facility and into-plane activity whilst maintaining the Aviation International Quality Control and Operating Standards. The RTC operates sophisticated, high cost mobile and fixed equipment in carrying out these tasks.
The incumbent must promptly respond to the fuelling requirements of Puma Energy customers at the Airport and at all times act in a manner consistent with that of Puma Energy standards, procedures and HSE practices.

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Enterprise Group - Account Manager

The Enterprise Group Account Manager will drive sales within key accounts in Southern Africa. 

Key responsibilities include but aren’t limited to: 

· Serves as the dedicated Account Manager for key accounts 
· Aggressive sales leadership, representing the HP enterprise portfolio to drive account growth and share of wallet. 
· Understands the Clients critical business priorities and supporting IT challenges; Focuses on driving value for the client while maximizing competitive share, revenue and margin for HP. 
· Supported by presales, product/service specialists and inside sales support, establishes a professional working relationship (up to the executive level) with the client, by developing a core understanding of the unique business needs of the client within their industry. 
· Tailors HP strategy and solutions to meet the needs of the customer. 
· Interfaces with both internal and external/industry experts to anticipate customer need sand facilitates solutions development. 
· Identifies, qualifies, and closes new business that results in substantial incremental revenue and margins to HP. 
· Demonstrates breadth and depth of knowledge in aligning HP capabilities to client business and IT priorities, and positioning relative to competitors. 
· Builds, monitors and manages sales pipelines to ensure continuous population, forecast accuracy, achievement of quota, and movement of near- and long-term opportunities 
· Develops comprehensive plans that articulate the strategies/ requirements essential for focusing sales activities, forecasting accurately, and communicating sales progress 
· Coordinates different BUs and drives pricing decisions for portfolio solutions 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education and Experience Required:
  • University or Bachelor's Degree; advanced degree or MBA desired
  • Experience in IT industry
  • Experience in vertical industry preferred
  • Typically 5 years account management experience in assigned country
  • Experience leveraging internal sales and external channel partners & alliances to provide a total solution to the customer
  • Account business planning
  • Track record of building and deploying successful sales strategy
  • Experience working with sales tools including Siebel
  • Proven ability to build strong sales pipeline and accurately forecast business
  • Strong and consistent track record of account management and sales performance
  • P&L and risk management skills and experience required
Knowledge and Skills Required:
  • Proven ability to align the client's business needs with technology solutions.
  • Highly developed business development and negotiation skills.
  • Experience providing technology solutions which solve client's key business challenges & position himself/herself as a trusted advisor with the client
  • Account sales strategy and execution including usage of sales tools (Siebel, Target Account Selling (TAS,).
  • Proven ability to provide timely and accurate forecasts and continually coaches team to do same
  • Proven experience building a business-case approach in crafting client proposals and in HP-internal requests for resource and/or investments.
  • Expertise in managing end-to-end sales processes involving complex, multi country, multi-business unit deals. Industry
  • Keeps abreast of industry trends as relates to opportunities to create added value for the client.
  • Knowledge of industry and client's security, risk and compliance issues.
  • Strong presentation as well as verbal & written communication skills.

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