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Fundraising Manager at Beyond Violence , Botswana

Fundraising Manager at Beyond Violence (unpaid-worldwide)
Are you familiar with fundraising strategies in the non-profit sector? Are you eager to
share your experience with us? Are you diligent, organised and do you have ideas about
how to raise our financial base? Are you not afraid to take on responsibility? Do you
have a passion for combating violence in the world bit by bit as part of a global
movement? Then Beyond Violence is precisely the organisation you will be interested in!
Beyond Violence is centered around a web platform which seeks to engage people
across countries and continents in the promotion of non-violent conflict transformation.
Through online petitions, forum discussions, digital conferences, and much more, we are
impacting decision-makers and key local actors to put down weapons and solve conflict
through negotiation and dialogue.
Your responsibilities
  • Actively participating in developing funding proposals
  • Participating in online Skype meetings with other team managers
  • Overseeing a team of fundraisers
  • Coordinating some of the fundraising activities with other volunteers
  • Managing your time effectively in order to complete your tasks within the hours
  • that you want to contribute (estimated at 10 hrs per week)
Our requirements
  • High self-motivation and organisational skills
  • Good level of English
  • Basic knowledge of fundraising for NGOs and willingness to learn more
  • Passion for peace, non-violence, dialogue and understanding
  • Proactive use of email communication and Skype
  • Ability and willingness to commit up to 10 hours per week
  • Good internet connection
  • Working experience in fundraising and/or development is a plus
What we offer
  • An informal structure and freedom to complete tasks in your own style
  • An internet-based organisation that means you can work from anywhere in the
  • world
  • Being part of an innovative and rapidly expanding movement - be part of creating
  • change
  • Flexible working hours – as an unpaid position we expect you to only contribute
  • the time you are able and willing to
  • Cooperation with inspiring and engaging activists and campaigners from all over
  • the world
  • Experience in building up a non-profit organisation in a relaxed, cooperative, and
  • intercultural work environment
  • Letter of recommendation or reference for your future employer
How to apply:
We look forward to your application
Please send your CV and cover letter to hr@beyondviolence.org. We look forward to
hearing from you soon! For more information about Beyond Violence please visit
www.beyondviolence.org or find us on Facebook and Twitter “@Beyond_Violence”.
If you are not able to commit sufficient time for this position but are still willing to assist
us with fundraising for peace – please get in touch! We can discuss your involvement
and will find ways for you to become involved.

Intern - Information Management, Bonn, Germany

Posting Title:Intern - Information Management, I
Job Code Title:Intern - Public Information
Department/ Office:United Nations Office at Vienna
Duty Station:Bonn
Posting Period:27 June 2014-27 July 2014
Job Opening number:14-PUB-UNOV-36118-R-BONN
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Special Notice
A completed online application (Cover Note and Personal History Profile) is required. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
The Cover Note must include:
  • Degree Programme (What are you currently studying?)
  • Graduation Date (When will you graduate or when did you graduate from the programme?)
  • List the IT skills and programmes that you are proficient in
  • List your top three areas of interest
  • Explain why you are the best candidate for this specific internship
  • Explain your interest in the United Nations Internship Programme.
  • In your online Personal History Profile, be sure to include all past work experiences, IT skills, and three references.
  • Due to the high volume of applications received, ONLY successful candidates will be contacted.
Organizational Setting and Reporting
The UNOOSA/UN-SPIDER internship is for two months with an opportunity for extension, pending on the needs of the department.
The internship is UNPAID and full-time.
Interns work five days per week (40 hours) under the supervision of a staff member in the department or office to which they are assigned.
Responsibilities
  • Daily responsibilities will depend on the individual's background; the intern's assigned office as well as the internship period. Duties may include, but are not limited to:
  • Contribute to the systematic compilation and dissemination of relevant information via the UN-SPIDER Knowledge Portal (www.un-spider.org)
  • Support the UN-SPIDER Bonn team with the implementation of the Knowledge Portal Road Map
  • Support the Information and Media officer in maintaining and monitoring the established Social Media channels
  • Support the Information and Media officer in the production of public information and awareness raising material
  • Support the UN-SPIDER Bonn team in the preparations for an international conference on integrated space technologies for mountainous areas scheduled to take place in Ecuador in November 2014
  • Give a presentation on his/her internship and write an internship report
  • Perform other tasks as necessary.
Competencies
The United Nations Core Competencies include:
Communication:
  • Ability to draft clearly and concisely, good written and oral language skills.
Teamwork:
  • Good interpersonal skills, ability to work collaboratively with colleagues from different national and cultural backgrounds to achieve organizational goals.
Client Orientation:
  • Considers all those to whom services are provided to be 'clients' and seeks to see things from clients's point of view.
Education
  • To qualify for an internship with the United Nations Internship Programme, the following conditions must be met:
  • Applicants must meet one of the following requirements: (a) be enrolled in a graduate school programme (second university degree or equivalent, or higher); (b) be enrolled in the final academic year of a first university degree programme (minimum Bachelor's level or equivalent); or (c) have graduated with a university degree (as defined above) and, if selected, must commence the internship within a one year period of graduation (OFFICIAL PROOF FROM THE UNIVERSITY IN SUPPORT OF ONE OF THE ABOVE OPTIONS HAS TO BE ATTACHED TO THE INSPIRA APPLICATION)
  • Be computer literate in standard software applications
  • Have a demonstrated keen interest in the work of the United Nations and have a personal commitment to the ideals of the Charter; and
  • Have a demonstrated ability to successfully interact with individuals of different cultural backgrounds and beliefs, which include willingness to try and understand and be tolerant of differing opinions and views.
Work Experience
  • Applicants are not required to have professional work experience for participation in the programme.
Languages
  • English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat.
  • Fluency in spoken and written English is required for the internship.
  • Knowledge of an additional official UN language is an asset. Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish are the official languages of the United Nations Secretariat.
Assessment Method
  • Eligible candidates may be contacted by the hiring manager for an interview.
United Nations Considerations
The United Nations shall place no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. (Charter of the United Nations - Chapter 3, article 8). The United Nations Secretariat is a non-smoking environment.
Candidates will be required to meet the requirements of Article 101, paragraph 3, of the Charter as well as the requirements of the position. The United Nations is committed to the highest standards of efficiency, competence and integrity for all its human resources, including but not limited to respect for international human rights and humanitarian law. Candidates may be subject to screening against these standards, including but not limited to whether they have committed, or are alleged to have committed criminal offences and/or violations of international human rights law and international humanitarian law

Operations Analyst,The World Bank - Gaborone

Background / General description:
The World Bank’s office in Botswana is headed by a Resident Representative and is part of a larger Country Department which includes: Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa and Swaziland. The Country Department is headed by a Country Director based in Pretoria. Staff in the Botswana office includes a private sector development specialist and administrative staff. The Department anchor unit in Washington includes a Country Program Coordinator and other staff. The Operations Analyst will be hired as locally recruited staff and will be based in the World Bank office in Gaborone, Botswana.
The country’s existing portfolio comprises four lending operations for a total of $378 million in commitments, reimbursable advisory services and a wide range on non-lending services.  With the current country partnership strategy drawing to a closure, the Country Team has launched the preparation of the new Country Partnership Framework (CPF) to be underpinned by the Systematic Country Diagnostics (SCD) already underway.
Note: If the selected candidate is a current Bank Group staff member with a Regular or Open-Ended appointment, s/he will retain his/her Regular or Open-Ended appointment. All others will be offered a 1 year term appointment.

Duties and Accountabilities:
The position of Operations Analyst is critical to help ensure overall quality of the existing and planned portfolio. The Operations Analyst will be a key member of the Bank’s Botswana Country Team, providing substantive operational, research, statistical and other analytic support. The incumbent is expected to spend a significant amount of time (about 60%) on operational work supporting the existing and planned portfolio of lending and analytical work as well as reimbursable advisory services in Botswana. The incumbent is also expected to provide support and substantive inputs to the Resident Representative and the Country Team throughout the SCD and CPF preparation process
The incumbent will report to the Resident Representative and will play a supporting role in portfolio quality management, working closely with the Country Program Coordinator, the Operations Policy and Country Services team, and the Country Team. The specific areas of responsibility include:
Portfolio coordination/monitoring
•Carry out the monitoring of the Bank’s portfolio in Botswana and coordinate with Government counterparts, with a particular focus on facilitating resolution of portfolio issues.
•Review and process operational documents, coordinating across disciplines and project team members.
•Work closely with the TTL’s and fiduciary teams in the PIU’s and relevant government departments to address key fiduciary issues that are generic to the portfolio.
•Liaise with the Country Team and Project Teams to ensure adequate follow-up on management decisions as regards the portfolio; contribute to Quality Assurance of Bank portfolio.
Operations Support
•Participate in operational missions, meetings and discussions ensuring timely and effective follow up on agreed measures.
•Provide advisory support in all phases of operations and AAA, ensuring strategic prioritization and coherence with overall program. •Assist the Resident Representative in providing effective operational guidance to task teams.
•Support the organization of visits of missions and senior management, including relevant logistics; participates as a member of Bank missions as and when required; conducts independent discussion with client representatives on selected problems and issues as identified by task managers.
•Support task teams by preparing and/or contributing to key mission documentation including statements of mission objectives, letters of mission announcement, aides memoire, back to office reports, etc.
•Provide on-the-ground support to DC- and Pretoria-based teams by following up on ad hoc project issues between missions.
Country Engagement Program
•Interacts with country and/or task team members and the client in the formulation and implementation of the Country Partnership Framework (CPF).
•Contributes to the preparation of the sections of the CPF document and the CPF submission as well as mid-year and mid-term reviews.
•Reviews and screens relevant documents and reports for consistency with the CPF.
Briefings and Reports
•Provide political briefings to the Resident Representative and CD as and when necessary.
•Assist the Resident Representative in the preparation of briefs to senior management, including Spring and Annual Meeting briefs, trip briefs, and ad hoc briefs.
•Provide inputs to country reports and respond to requests for information on Botswana program, liaising with colleagues as needed.
Client and Development Partner Relations
•Assist the Bank staff to resolve portfolio issues with the client.
•Participate in capacity building and/or consultation processes with internal and external clients.
•Respond to ad hoc information requests from internal and external parties.
•Maintain a steady flow of information, at technical level, with donors and other external clients.
•Support the Task Team Leaders with donor coordination issues.
Other.
•Assist the Resident Representative in day-to-day management and supervision of the Botswana office.
•Assist and collaborate in the organization of outreach programs.
•Any other duties that may be assigned by the Resident Representative on an ad hoc basis.

Selection Criteria:
A minimum of a Master’s Degree in a relevant discipline such as engineering, economics, finance, social sciences or similar field relevant to the World Bank’s operations; a minimum of 2-3 years operational experience in areas such as multi-lateral lending, United Nations, IMF or Regional Development Banks and good understanding of monitoring and evaluation and program implementation; •Demonstrated background in portfolio management and quality assurance; strong client orientation and proven record of problem solving and innovation;
•Excellent interpersonal and team skills, multi-sector experience and ability to work across boundaries;
•Solid judgment and analytical skills, and ability to organize lending, portfolio support and AAA tasks;
•Ability to work collaboratively in a decentralized, matrix team environment;
•Strong report writing skills, preparing comprehensive proposals, ability to speak persuasively and present ideas clearly and concisely; •Excellent language skills in English, strong communication skills and ability to lead multi-disciplinary teams.
Required Competencies
•Project Management - Understands the basic concepts of project management, as they relate to the execution of tasks within a project.
•Data Collection and Management - Demonstrates use of this competency.
•Bank Instruments, Policies, Procedures, and Systems - Basic knowledge of Bank Instruments, Policies and Procedures, including Safeguards, FM and Procurement.
•Portfolio Management (OS) - Assists and/or organizes portfolio reviews; prepares portfolio monitoring reports, and follows-up on portfolio review recommendations.
•Analytical and Technical Skills, Operational Strategy Development & Advice - Solid theoretical base with relevance for specific Bank Network recognized Sector or Theme.
•Lead and Innovate - Brings new and different insights.
•Deliver Results for Clients - Contributes to delivery of results for clients on complex issues.
•Collaborate Within Teams and Across Boundaries - Collaborates within team and across boundaries.
•Create, Apply and Share Knowledge - Actively contributes to and readily applies WBG’s body of knowledge for internal and/or external client solutions.
•Make Smart Decisions - Leverages available data and makes timely decisions.


Interested candidates are invited to apply to vacancy # 140714 on www.worldbank.org/careers. This vacancy closes on July 10, 2014. Only online applications submitted through our careers site will be admitted. The World Bank Group is committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality, culture and educational background. Individuals with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.

Audit Manager (Re-Advert) , Standard Chartered Bank - Gaborone

Job Description 

1) To provide business stakeholders and committees with: 
a) A single point of contact in the country with respect to Group Internal Audit (GIA); 
b) GIA's view on significant risks within the business(es) and an assessment as to whether these risks are being adequately managed and escalated if appropriate; 
2) To assist the Head of Audit in: 
a) Preparing Country Audit Needs/ Risk Assessments and detailed audit plans; 
b) An assessment on the appropriateness of the audit plans 
c) An anticipatory approach to risk assessment to GIA by highlighting issues through good stakeholder communication in order to improve audit planning; 
3) To carry out reviews and establish an effective Country Audit function that: 
a) Provides independent assurance to relevant stakeholders on the state of the Country control environment (local audits and CE reviews) and control discipline (RBA reviews); 
b) Assists in carrying out Audits and Assurance reviews in other countries as required by the Country/ Area/ Regional Head of Audit from time to time. 

Key Roles & Responsibilities 

Risk Assessment 
* Ensure early identification and escalation of risks, issues, trends and developments to relevant stakeholders. Be prepared to raise issues/concerns outside the normal audit process; 
* Adopt an anticipatory approach to risk assessment through stakeholder communication and monitoring of external environment to improve audit planning; 
* Delivery of the agreed audit plan for the country / region as assigned; understanding the key audit issues arising and escalating any significant audit findings that remain unresolved; 
* Attend BORGs on a regular basis; 
* Review country MIS regularly; Avoid surprises. 
* Update country ANAs on a six monthly basis 

Audit Planning/Design 
* Help to develop an annual audit plan; Ensure plan is developed to meet the Group & Audit Committee's expectations. 

Audit activity - Country Audit, Rules Based Assurance & Control Effectiveness Reviews 
* Carry out the department's audits, to ensure departmental mandate and business goals are met and that professional standards are maintained at all times. 
* Execute audit and assurance assignments to provide independent, objective assurance to the Audit Committee. 
* Ensure GIA methodology is adhered to; initially the Country Audit and Assurance methodology and then the amalgamated Assurance and GIA methodology 
* Ensure Country Audit activity is sufficient to meet the requirements/expectations of local Regulators 

Issue Resolution and follow up 
* Ensure issues raised are appropriately resolved in a timely manner 
* Ensure appropriate follow up of issues and escalations where appropriate. 

Reporting, Communication & Engagement 
* Ensure final reports are delivered for review by Country Head of Audit with all recommendations agreed and accepted by the audited individual/group. 
* Delivery of country MIS in respect of the activity undertaken to Country Head of Audit; 
* Conduct / attend regular stakeholder meetings 

Improving the Practice of Audits/Championing Risk Management 
* Build relationships with leaders across the country to understand issues and identify areas for improvement for the organisation as a whole. 
* Share best practice to improve the control environment; make recommendations to Country Head of Audit 

Qualifications & Skills 

* Institute of Internal Auditors (CIA) or equivalent finance qualification (ACCA, CPA, etc.) with Internal Audit experience preferred 
* Some (5+ years) experience in Internal Audit roles, preferably in a bank will be an advantage. 
* Team player able to work effectively with diverse client groups 
* Good communicator with an ability to gain the respect from peers, management and business stakeholders; 
* Is confident and courageous to raise concerns and issues with Head of Internal Audit. 
* Is self directed and able to work with minimum supervision; escalating issues in appropriately and in a timely manner; 
* Some analytical and evaluation ability 

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.

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MAGAZINE MASTER X2

SASOL 

1.MAGAZINE MASTER X2

Ref no: 13563

1.1.Job Purpose 

This role will see you manage explosive magazines and assist the Key Account Manager with customer orders. 

1.2.Requirements

•BGCSE/Cambridge qualification /grade 12
•Valid code C1 drivers licence.
•Possess Botswana Blasting licence.

General

•Will be required to work odd hours.
•Will be required to work 14 days on-site and 7 off-site.
•Botswana resident.

1.3.Required Outputs

•Assist Key Accounts Manager with customer orders.
•Must work without supervision.
•Must do multi skill tasks.
•Be able to work under pressure.
•Will be required to work long hours and split shifts.
•Manage magazines and ensure full orders on time for all customers all the time.
•Compile monthly reports.
•Balancing of Explosives magazine stock daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly.
•Schedule delivery of products to costumers with truck and LDV fleet
•Manage and control subordinate’s and own time sheets.
•Manage vehicle log sheets.

NB: Applicants must reside in Botswana and must be willing to work odd hours

Should you wish to join our team, please visit www.sasol.co.za/careers/opportunities and then select the relevant position by using the vacancy reference number.

OR alternatively post your CV to:

SASOL Botswana
P.O Box 11326
Palapye
Botswana

OR Fax to: +267 492 3231

In return to your contribution, Sasol offers excellent career development and growth opportunities, above average remuneration packages incorporating large company benefits and relocation assistance.

The appointment of candidates is subject to the verification of credentials. Communication will be limited to shortlisted candidates. If you have not heard from us within 30 days of the closing date, please accept your application as unsuccessful.

Closing date: 4th July 2014
Source: MMEGI 27 June 2014

ASSISTANT DRIVER / MAGAZINE ASSISTANT

SASOL 

2.ASSISTANT DRIVER / MAGAZINE ASSISTANT 

Ref No. 13568

2.1.Job Purpose 

Assist magazine master with transportation of explosives. 

•Assist Magazine master transport explosives.
•Must work with minimum supervision.
•Must do multi skill tasks/transport explosives.
•Be able to work under pressure.
•Will be required to work long hours at times

2.2.Requirements

•BGCSE/Cambridge qualification
•Valid code B driver’s licence/C1 will be an added advantage.
•Possess Botswana Blasting licence.

General

•Will be required to work odd hours.
•Will be required to work rotational shifts at times.
•Botswana resident.

2.3.Required Attributes

•Be able to demonstrate self discipline
•Promote healthy work place
•Team player
•Enthusiasm and perseverance
•Problem solving skills
•Willing to work overtime as and when required
•Initiative
•Analytical skills
•Required to do uncomfortable and dirty work at times
•Prepared to change shift on a short notice

NB: Applicants must reside in Botswana and must be willing to work odd hours

Should you wish to join our team, please visit www.sasol.co.za/careers/opportunities and then select the relevant position by using the vacancy reference number.

OR alternatively post your CV to:

SASOL Botswana
P.O Box 11326
Palapye
Botswana

OR Fax to: +267 492 3231

In return to your contribution, Sasol offers excellent career development and growth opportunities, above average remuneration packages incorporating large company benefits and relocation assistance.

The appointment of candidates is subject to the verification of credentials. Communication will be limited to shortlisted candidates. If you have not heard from us within 30 days of the closing date, please accept your application as unsuccessful.

Closing date: 4th July 2014
Source: MMEGI 27 June 2014

SECURITY OFFICER/GENERAL LABOURERS X3

SASOL

3.SECURITY OFFICER/GENERAL LABOURERS X3

Ref No. 13573

3.1.Job Requirements

•Junior certificate/grade 12
•Guarding experience will be an added advantage 

General

•Will be required to work odd hours.
•Will be required to work rotational shifts at times.
•Botswana resident.

3.2.Competencies

•Be able to demonstrate self-discipline.
•Promote healthy work place.
•Team player.
•Enthusiasm and perseverance
•Trustworthy and reliable.
•Willing to work overtime as and when required.
•Initiative.
•Prepared to change shift on a short notice
•Responsiveness.
•Be of sober habit.

NB: Applicants must reside in Botswana and must be willing to work odd hours

Should you wish to join our team, please visit www.sasol.co.za/careers/opportunities and then select the relevant position by using the vacancy reference number.

OR alternatively post your CV to:

SASOL Botswana
P.O Box 11326
Palapye
Botswana

OR Fax to: +267 492 3231

In return to your contribution, Sasol offers excellent career development and growth opportunities, above average remuneration packages incorporating large company benefits and relocation assistance.

The appointment of candidates is subject to the verification of credentials. Communication will be limited to shortlisted candidates. If you have not heard from us within 30 days of the closing date, please accept your application as unsuccessful.

Closing date: 4th July 2014
Source: MMEGI 27 June 2014

ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

BTU | BOTSWANA TEACHERS UNION

1.ADMINISTRATION OFFICER

1.1.Job Requirements

•A minimum of Diploma in Education 
•Should be a serving or retired BTU member who is knowledgeable with teacher related labour issues
•Be a Motswana of ages above eighteen
•Diploma in Labour Relations will be an added advantage. 

1.2.Key Performance Areas

•Accuracy
•Compliance with deadlines
•Compliance with procedures
•Customer satisfaction

1.3.Competencies

•Analytical and smart thinker
•Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
•Results driven
•Attention to detail
•Customer service oriented
•Team Player
•Records maintenance
•Assertive and confident.

All applications, comprehensive CV, certified copies of relevant certificates and identity card must be forwarded to the following address:

Secretary General
Botswana Teachers Union
Private Bag 0019
Mogoditshane

OR Hand delivered to:

Administrative Secretary
Kgale Court
Plot 126, Unit 21
Gaborone International Finance Park

Closing date: 11th July 2014
Source: MMEGI 27 June 2014

HANDY MAN

CLOVER BOTSWANA 

1.HANDY MAN 

1.1.Job Requirements

•Form 5 (Grade 12/NQF 4/Lpcat 52)
•Knowledge of basic principles of electricity
•Must have basic technical and practical abilities
•Must be able to do basic civil maintenance, plumbing and carpentry
•Must be able to work according to predetermined times and objectives
•Fully bilingual in Setswana and English
•Physical strong and healthy
•Must be prepared to work overtime, shifts and on Sundays and Public holidays.

1.2.Responsibilities

•Basic general civil, mechanical an electrical maintenance on the branch
•Perform specific tasks according to job sheets

A detailed CV and contact telephone must accompany all applications. Apply to:

Human Resources Department
Clover Botswana
Private Bag 339
GABORONE
Fax:3902972

Email: lingani.christmas@clover.co.bw

NB: Candidates not contacted by 14th July 2014 should consider their applications as unsuccessful

Closing date: 4th July 2014
Source: MMEGI 27 June 2014

CONDITION MONITORING TECHNICIAN X 2

BPC | BOTSWANA POWER CORPORATION

1.CONDITION MONITORING TECHNICIAN X 2 (TENABLE IN MORUPULE POWER STATION)

1.1.Main Purpose of the Job

To efficiently and effectively monitor condition of the plant equipment and machinery and provide technical support and analysis and recommendation for remedial action in accordance with procedures to ensure plant availability, reliability and safety. 

1.2.Qualifications & Experience

•Recognized Diploma in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent
•Specialized Condition Monitoring qualification essential
•At least 3 years post qualification experience in mechanical maintenance in a power plant environment with 2 years specialization in a condition monitoring field.

1.3.Competencies

•Technical expertise
•Analytical thinking
•Diagnostic ability
•Procedural awareness and understanding.

Candidates who meet the above requirements are invited to send their applications, CV and certified copies of certificates through to the Registry office on an envelope clealry marked in BOLD letters the position being applied for and its location to:

Manager Human Resources & Support Services (GENERATION)
Botswana Power Corporation
Private Bag 7
MORUPULE

OR Email: recruitment@bpc.bw indicating the position applied for on the email subject.

Closing date: 11th July 2014
Source: SundayStandard June 29-5 July, 2014

CHEMICAL SERVICES TECHNICIAN

BPC | BOTSWANA POWER CORPORATION

2.CHEMICAL SERVICES TECHNICIAN (TENABLE IN MORUPULE POWER STATION)

2.1.Main Purpose of the Job

To control and supervise the day to day operations of the well field, water treatment plant and laboratories to ensure adequate supply of properly treated water and effective boiler chemical conditioning and monitoring in accordance with approved water treatment, laboratory, environmental and safety standards and procedures.

2.2.Qualifications & Experience

•Recognized Diploma in Chemistry or equivalent
•At least two (2) years post qualification experience in a water treatment or industrial laboratory environment

2.3.Competencies

•Technical expertise
•Analytical thinking
•Diagnostic ability
•Results focused and commitment
•Procedural awareness and understanding
•Organisation and coordinating

Candidates who meet the above requirements are invited to send their applications, CV and certified copies of certificates through to the Registry office on an envelope clealry marked in BOLD letters the position being applied for and its location to:

Manager Human Resources & Support Services (GENERATION)
Botswana Power Corporation
Private Bag 7
MORUPULE

OR Email: recruitment@bpc.bw indicating the position applied for on the email subject.

Closing date: 11th July 2014
Source: SundayStandard June 29-5 July, 2014

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