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BUSINESS TO CUSTOMER (B2C) MANAGER

BUSINESS TO CUSTOMER (B2C) MANAGER

1.1.Job Purpose

To manage the supplies, sales and marketing operations of the lubricants business and ensure profitability.

1.2.Qualifications & Experience

•Graduate in Marketing/Sales/Engineering
•Significant working experience in developing and managing Route to Market especially in the Indirect Channel through distributors and re sellers.
•Previous working experience in the FMCG, Beverages or Tobacco sectors would be a key advantage
•Track record of successful sales of lubricant applications is an advantage
•Is a self starter with strong communication skills at all levels
•Marketing, Finance, Operations and or Business knowledge very much preferred
•Strong interpersonal skills and able to build constructive relationship with customers and distributors.

1.3.Key Competencies

•Selling and Negotiation skills
•Coaching skills
•Customer Relationship Management
•Market awareness
•Channel Management
•Delivering results
•Distributor Management

Please sen your applications to:

Human Resources, Manager
VIVO Energy Botswana
2nd Floor, Tholo 2, Plot 50369 Fairgrounds
P.O Box 334
GABORONE
Tel: 3953025

Closing date: 1st August 2014
Source: The Voice Friday July 25, 2014

Manager, Collections at Standard Chartered Bank Bank

JOB PURPOSE 
* Manage customer delinquent accounts. 
* Manage all FID accounts/reports ensuring its delivered to Fraud Risk Manager. 
* Attend to Reconciliation report on monthly basis (customers who have paid outside DAS to be changed to DRE mode 
* Follow BDMS & Scheme Administrator to ensure lists are received on time together with payments before month end. Those subsequent actions have been taken. 
* Follow up with Lending Operations the lists received to ensure that payments are posted on time and if not find out why and escalate the issue where necessary. 
* Do call monitoring on schemes 
* To attend to customers by receiving cash/cheque deposits and proactively handling administration work for the 
* Credit Risk Collections Unit 
* Mange scheme accounts for the Botswana book which consists of at least 80% of the whole Botswana book. 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES 
* Promptly attending to customers and providing superior customer service all the times 
* Monthly management of the FID and Reconciliation reports received from MIS and Business(Employee Banking department) 
* After analyses famish the Fraud Risk Manager with the report for further usage and investigations for fraud . 
* Resolve customer disputes in a timely manner. 
* Establish reasons for delinquency. Call customers individually, call employer and liaise with payroll officers for respective companies to rectify the situation. 
* Persuade customers to pay arrears and to normalise the account. 
* From the reports further analyses will be carried out: Check if customer dismissed, resigned terminated deceased or transferred. 
* From there will change payments mode according to reason provided from DAS to DRE or AUT. 
* Those transferred will be re advice to the appropriate company. 
* Action on the reconciliation report received from the business by calling the assigned customers to come and 
* normalise the payments 
* Follow up the repayment schedule ensuring that all received lists with funds are updated to customer's loan accounts well on time. 
* Delinquency management and full portfolio management 
* Credit Risk Collections Unit 
* Mange scheme accounts for the Botswana book which consists of at least 80% of the whole Botswana book. 
* Promptly attending to customers and providing superior customer service all the times 
* Monthly management of the FID and Reconciliation reports received from MIS and Business(Employee Banking department) 
* After analyses famish the Fraud Risk Manager with the report for further usage and investigations for fraud . 
* Collection cost management especially controllable costs: usage of stationery and proper handling of the banks assets. 
* Train, support & develop, help facilitate and implementation of collection training programs 
* Resolve customer disputes in a timely manner 
* Ensuring that collectors are following company policies and verifying compliance. 
* Job descriptions & Objectives 
* Process enhancement to prevent misuse of strategy and parameters 
* Leave management 
* Performance Management, setting standard call monitoring attributes 
* Feedback to improve the credit cycle 
* Ensure you remain alert to the risk of money laundering and assist in the Bank's efforts in combating it by adhering to the key principles in relation to: identifying your customer, knowing your customer, reporting suspicions, safeguarding records and not disclosing suspicions to customers. Ensure your staff are trained in combating money laundering 
* Customer Queries/Recommendations Scorecard Performance Management for yourself and your team 
* Supervise a team of collectors & administration staff 
* Provide superior Customer service on queries/recommendations/resolutions to provide highest level of quality service. 
* Maintain a good working relationship between various Business Units/Branches and Credit Operations 
* Manage relationships with all critical links to ensure a smooth operations and provision of service 
* Ensure to remain alert to the risk of money laundering and assist in the banks efforts in combating by adhering to key anti money laundering principles in relation to: identifying customer.konowing your customer, monitoring of accounts, reporting suspicious transactions/unusual activities, safeguarding records and not disclosing suspicions to customers. 
* Feedback input to improve the credit cycle 

CONTRIBUTES TO 
* Collections Strategy 
* Enhancement of the banks image by responding positively to customers needs and maximizing income contribution to the bank by processing all entries raised by collectors correctly to the appropriate accounts all times. 
* Process and control measures in place 
* Effectiveness of the control and monitoring of operational risk, compliance risk and money laundering prevention at the business unit level. 
* Timely reporting and escalation of all operational risk exposure 
* Collections Strategy 
* Team Development 
* System Stability 
* Team Development 
* System Stability 

KNOW HOW AND EXPERIENCE 
* At least 5 years collections experience 
* University Degree and extensive knowledge of banking credit risk management and business practices.
* Excellent knowledge of all Consumer Banking products acquired through actual experience in Consumer Banking. 
* Excellent knowledge of Consumer Banking Group procedures and policies as well as banking practises and regulations. 
* Excellent communication skills in English. 
* Excellent training and presentation skills. 
* Excellent financial and MIS skills. 
* Very good analytical skills to analyse economic climate and customer segmentation requirements. 

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.

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UN Youth Volunteer Coordinator

Application deadline: 07 August 2014

UNV Assignment TitleUN Youth Volunteer Coordinator
Type of AssignmentInternational UN Youth Volunteer
Project TitleSupport to the integrated community approach
Duration1 year initially, renewable
Location, CountryAntananarivo, Madagascar
Expected Starting Date1st of September 2014

UN Youth Volunteer Coordinator - MOPJ

Application deadline: 07 August 2014

UNV Assignment TitleUN Youth Volunteer Coordinator - MOPJ
Type of AssignmentInternational UN Youth Volunteer
Project TitleImplementation of priority actions drawn from youth preoccupations
Duration1 year initially, renewable
Location, CountryAntananarivo, Madagascar
Expected Starting Date1st of September 2014

Operational Risk Officer at Standard Chartered Botswana

Job Description
ROLE TITLE: (Senior) Operational Risk Officer [Country Name]
SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITIES
The management and monitoring of all the operational risk Standard Chartered Group and its subsidiaries are exposed to as a result of the business activities and processes that exist in [Country Name]. This includes oversight of the Country’s operational risk profile of the organisation and work with the business and functions to identify material risks requiring management attention.
REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS:
Reports Directly To:
Country Head of Operational Risk [Country Name] / Country Chief Risk Officer
Direct Reports:
Operational Risk Officer,(if applicable)
Other Key Relationships:
• Country Heads of Operational Risk (within the Region)
• (Senior) Operational Risk Officers in the Region and globally
• Country Business Heads
• Country Function Heads
• Business COOs in the Country
• Group Operational Risk
• Country / Group Internal Audit Team
• External Auditors and Regulators
PURPOSE: (Please explain succinctly the reason for existence of the role)
• To ensure that operational risks are properly assessed; that processes, roles and responsibilities are clearly understood; that all risk / return and control cost / benefit decisions are made transparently on the basis of a complete and proper assessment, and all controls are implemented in accordance with the Group’s standards and in line with the Risk Appetite.
• To ensure Operational Risk Framework and all associated policies and procedures and the Risk Management Framework are effectively embedded and communicated in country.
• To be the central point of contact for operational risks within the country arising within the processes, including being responsible for the evaluation of the design and operational effectiveness of all controls To ensure risks of processing failure are being actively managed and monitored on an end-to-end basis in country; including providing regular control assessments of required controls and escalation in instances .
AUTHORITIES:
The Senior Operational Risk Officer , has delegated authority to:
• Accept the classification and accurate reporting of operational risk losses and events and to accept the appropriateness of mitigation actions.
• Validate the 1st
• Challenge and constrain relevant business activities where risks are not aligned with the risk appetite of the business and the group; or controls have not been appropriately designed. line gross and residual risk assessments.
• Sign off on new products introduced in the country on behalf of Operational Risk through the PPG and Country Addenda process as outlined in the Product Governance Handbook.
RESPONSIBILITIES: (Summarise all responsibilities and accountabilities)
Risk Governance
• Align the in country operational risk management approach to the Operational Risk Framework and the Risk Management Framework and oversee its effective application.
• Ensure, that the business heads, function heads and relevant staff understand and accept their operational risk management responsibilities.
Risk Appetite
• Periodically assess the country operational risk profile to maintain alignment with the risk appetite. Redesign controls as required in response to internal and external factors.
• Review and challenge country strategy where this is not aligned with the risk appetite ;
• Maintain operational risk capability and a control environment which is in line with the operational risk
Risk Control Ownership of operational risk
• Provide a central contact point and oversight over all controls required to effectively manage operational risk within the country that arises from the end to end processes.
• Design, maintain and effectively communicate operational risk controls, including control standards, risk exposure limits and other control levers in order to maintain the country’s risk profile in line with
the overall risk appetite.
• Challenge the completeness of risk identification, monitoring and assessment of the corresponding control activities required within the end to end processes to identify and remediate any significant deficiencies.
• Ensure compliance with Operational Risk policy & procedures.
Risk identification and Assessment
• Validate and challenge the first line risk identification and assessment of gross and residual risks arising within the end to end processes.
• Assess the control environment including, but not limited to, control design, control execution, control testing and control history.
• Recommend changes to the control environment or to business practice where necessary to reduce the level of operational risk exposure to within the agreed appetite.
• Design effective process controls to manage all material risks linked to the process control failure.
o Identify Local Control Gaps - Regularly assess all key controls against the country risk profile to monitor exceptions and identify gaps.
o Optimise portfolio of local controls - Regularly assess existing Local Key Control Standards, key risk indicators (KRIs) and key control indicators (KCIs) to ensure cost effectiveness, efficiency and relevance.
• Provide a balanced and informed assessment of all operational risks arising from acquisitions or major change initiatives or projects within the country.
Risk Acceptance
• Review and approve risk record templates for acceptance of medium, high and very high country level risks.
• Accept the classification and accurate reporting of operational risk events and the appropriateness of mitigation actions.
• Challenge and constrain relevant business activities where risks are not aligned with control requirements or risk appetite.
• Sign off on new products on behalf of Operational Risk through the Country Addenda process.
Risk Monitoring
• Ascertain and confirm that country risk registers, KRIs, KCIs, and control sample testing are effectively implemented.
• Periodically review operational risk assessments to ensure these appropriately reflect changes in environment, mitigating controls and the progress of treatment plans.
• Systematically monitor process control effectiveness where there are material risks of process control failure.
• Work with local business representatives to receive control and risk metrics in order to monitor KRIs and KCIs.
• Review and update annual key control testing plans.
Risk & Loss Reporting
• Approve the classification and accurate reporting of operational risk losses.
• Report and escalate significant operational risk events (SORE).
• Deliver Root Cause Analysis reports for relevant events
• Provide risk information/updates to Country Operational Risk Committee (CORC)/ Country Risk Committee as appropriate.
Stress testing
• Conduct, at least annually and with guidance from Group specialists, a stress test and scenario programme for operational risk [as part of ICAAP], review the results and assess their implications.
Root Cause Report
• Support the preparation and ensure the delivery of RCA for Unsatisfactory Operational Risk event as per procedure.
Strategy & Planning
Inform the development of country business plans, exercising appropriate focus on the implementation of robust operating environments, within risk appetite, to support business aspirations.
KEY RELATIONSHIPS
Relationship:
For:
Business/ Function heads
• Ensure operational risk management within the country is effective in containing risks within risk appetite.
• Provide guidance on how effective operational risk management can be achieved.


Group Operational Risk
• Country Head of Operational Risk works closely with Group Operational Risk who provide functional leadership and support.
Country / Group Internal Audit Team
• Maintain regular dialogue to both ensure Assurance work is carried out in accordance with a consideration of relevant business risks and issues and to ensure GIA fully consider core OR tools and techniques in performing their core audit work.
External Auditors and Regulators
• Maintain a strong partnership with external auditors and regulators to facilitate effective external reviews.
KEY MEASURABLES
The performance of the Senior Operational Risk Officer will be measured by:
• Favourable external, internal and regulatory audit results e.g. absence of audit failures or audits rated ‘improvement required’, absence of near misses and only acceptable results at independent control sample testing.
• CORC/ CRC acknowledgement that controls have been made more efficient and effective and operational risks reduced and attestation to a complete country risk profile and awareness of
emerging risks.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
• Operational risk management experience.
• Business/function experience.
• A clear understanding of the Bank’s approach to the management of operational risk, or equivalent experience gained in other organisations.
• Ability to leverage resources across the organisation to complete deliverables.
• Sound judgement and courage necessary to perform a control role and maintain effective working relationships.
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.

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Physician Assistant - Clinical Associate Mentor

Job Title: Physician Assistant to serve as Clinical Associate Mentor
The American International Health Alliance’s Volunteer Healthcare Corps (VHC) is recruiting experienced Physician Assistants to serve as Clinical Associate Mentors throughout South Africa. Mentors help equip Clinical Associates students with the essential knowledge and skills they need to provide quality healthcare services to the people of South Africa.
Launched in 2008 by the Department of Health, South African Clinical Associates are crucial mid-level professionals who are helping to meet the immediate health needs of their country, particularly in under-served rural areas. Currently, Clinical Associates are trained at three universities in South Africa, but the majority of their clinical training happens in district hospitals. Mentors are placed at one of the universities as well as at district hospitals to improve the didactic and clinical training of students.
Scope of Work:
  • Assist in the teaching and training of Clinical Associate students
  • Provide mentorship and tutoring to Clinical Associate students at district hospitals
  • Assist university faculty with student assessment
  • Work alongside local physicians and hospital staff to help reinforce the role of Clinical Associates and integrate them into the health system
Qualifications:
Required
  • Physician Assistant with at least 5 years of primary care service delivery experience
  • Eligible for licensure/registration in South Africa (as a volunteer)
  • Flexible, energetic, and positive attitude
  • 6 month to two year commitment
Preferred
  • Experience in teaching and preceptorship, including providing feedback to students and bedside teaching in the clinic setting
  • Can work independently with strong leadership skills
  • Prior experience in low-resource settings
  • Experience in providing training and hands-on support in a high case-load, primary care environment
  • Knowledge of and familiarity with opportunistic infections and treatment
  • Experience and/or knowledge of HIV/AIDS issues
Benefits: AIHA’s HIV/AIDS Twinning Center covers expenses for airfare, visa, work permits as well as provides a housing stipend, living allowance, medical evacuation insurance and in-country support.
How to apply:
Apply by filling out our application online (http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=901223173822).
Additionally, email your CV and cover letter to vhc@aiha.com (the subject line should read: Physician Assistant Application – First & Last Name).
Please see www.TwinningAgainstAIDS.org/volunteer.html for more information.
Do not hesitate to email vhc@aiha.com with any further inquiries.

Mo Ibrahim Foundation Leadership Fellowship Program , Botswana - 2015

  • Position title: Mo Ibrahim Foundation Leadership Fellowship Program (2015)
  • Grade: NA
  • Position N°: NA
  • Reference: ADB/14/TAP001
  • Publication date: 02/07/2014
  • Closing date: 11/09/2014

Objectives

Established in 2006, the Mo Ibrahim Foundation aims to support good governance and great leadership in Africa. The Foundation works to:
  • Stimulate debate on good governance;
  • Provide criteria by which citizens and governments can measure progress;
  • Recognize achievement in African leadership and provide a practical way in which leaders can build positive legacies on the continent when they have left office;
  • Support aspiring leaders for the African continent.
The Mo Ibrahim Foundation (the “Foundation”), is financing the Ibrahim Leadership Fellowship position  in the African Development Bank (the “Bank”). The Fellow will perform the functions and duties of the position at the headquarters of the Bank in Abidjan, the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire, or in any other location from which the Bank carries out its operations.
The Ibrahim Leadership Fellowship Programme is a selective Fellowship that prepares the next generation of outstanding African leaders by providing them with unique work opportunities at the most senior level of prominent African institutions or multilateral organizations, whose mandate is to improve the economic and social prospects of Africa. The Fellowship allows talented individuals to increase and enhance their professional capacity, with the intention of contributing to the governance and development of their countries thereby creating a pipeline of future African leaders. The Fellow will work with the Bank for this purpose, for a period not exceeding twelve (12) months, and the Foundation will finance the costs associated with the position on the following terms:

Contract Terms and Duration

  • The Fellow will work with the Bank for this purpose, for a period not exceeding twelve (12) months, the Foundation will finance the costs associated with the position on the following terms: the fellow will receive an annual stipend monthly paid by the Bank out of the funds provided by Foundation. The Fellow may be required to travel to different locations on instructions of the Bank. All expenses related to the Fellow’s official mission travel, including travel insurance but excluding travel and shipping costs relating to assumption of duty and repatriation, will be borne by the Bank.
  • The Fellow will sign a contract with the Bank before commencement of service.
  • For the duration of his/her contract with the Bank, the Fellow will, for all operational purposes and purposes of conduct, be required to comply with the Staff Regulations and Rules of the Bank. Only the Bank and not the Foundation shall be entitled to direct and instruct the Fellow in his/her performance or conduct during the course his/her assignment with the Bank.
  • The Fellow is not a regular employee of the Bank, or is not granted a right to employment with the Bank. There is no obligation to hire the Fellow and there is no presumption of future employment at the Bank upon expiration of the twelve (12) month fellowship Term. The Fellow shall not be eligible for recruitment as a staff member of the Bank for a period of 1 (one) year from the date of termination of his/her Fellowship with the Bank or expiration of the 12 month Fellowship term (whichever is sooner).
  • The Fellow shall not participate in the Bank’s child educational scheme and staff medical insurance and retirement plans.
  • The Mo Ibrahim Foundation will ensure that the Fellow has his/her own medical insurance, child education and retirement plan arrangements.
  • The travel and shipping costs for the assumption of duty and repatriation at the end of the appointment will be borne and paid out of the Funds provided by the Foundation.
For more information on the Foundation and the Fellowship Program please visit :www.moibrahim.org/fellowships

Duties and responsibilities

The Ibrahim Leadership Fellow will take leadership guidance from the President, the Chief Operating Officer and/or a designated Representative. Administratively, the Fellow will be assigned to the Bank’s Strategy Department (STRG). With this guidance, the Fellow will contribute to the design and implementation of strategic assignments that will increase and enhance their professional and leadership capacity, with the intention of contributing to the governance and development of their countries. The Fellow will also have the following responsibilities:
  • Advise on and develop strategic initiatives to advance the Bank’s mission and objectives.
  • Plan, develop, and implement strategies for generating resources.
  • Conceive, develop and promote innovations in Bank development policies.
  • Review activity reports and financial statements to determine progress and status in attaining objectives and revise objectives and plans in accordance with current conditions.
  • Undertake other duties as assigned.

Selection Criteria

  • Be national of an African country, residing anywhere in the world;
  • Not be an active, non-active, retired, or separated staff member of the Bank;
  • Not have close family relations with an active or non-active staff member, such as mother, father, sister and brother.
  • Government officials, active military personnel and political party leaders are not eligible;
  • Be under the age of forty (40) years for men or forty-five (45) years for women with children;
  • Hold a minimum of a Master’s Degree in Economics, Engineering, Social Sciences, International Development, Business Administration, Finance, Banking or any discipline relevant to the Bank’s business: such as outstanding academic credentials, relevant work experience, strong communication skills, demonstrated leadership skills and ability to work with others;
  • Have at least 7 (seven) years work experience relevant to the Bank’s activities;
  • Demonstrate proven leadership and consultative skills;
  • Have experience in strategic planning and execution ;
  • Demonstrate knowledge of contracting, negotiating, and change management;
  • Have enhanced skills in examining and re-engineering operations and procedures;
  • Have experience in formulating policy, and developing and implementing new strategies and procedures;
  • Demonstrate ability to develop financial plans and manage resources;
  • Demonstrate ability to analyze and interpret financial data;
  • Demonstrate ability to communicate and interact with officials at all levels of government and to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community;
  • Demonstrate ability to motivate teams and simultaneously manage several projects.

The Application Process

  • Applicants must apply on line by no later than 12 September 2014.
  • Applications will only be considered if they are submitted on line with a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae (CV)) indicating date of birth, nationality, education and relevant experience.
  • Applicants must also attach copies of academic transcripts and three letters of recommendation.
  • The selection process will include the Bank’s Human Resources Department carrying out an initial vetting of applications to develop a short list of ten (10) applicant files to be further reviewed by the Foundation. A short list of three (3) candidates will be presented to the President of the Bank (or his designate) for final selection.
  • Only applicants who fully meet the Bank's requirements and are considered for interview will be contacted.

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To apply for this position, you need to be national of one of AfDB member countries.
  • Submitted by: Division Manager, CHRM.1
  • Approved by: Director CHRM

CALL FOR INTERVIEW - Fireman II at Kgatleng District Council , AUGUST 1, 2014

Kgatleng District Council
The following people are invited to come and sit for an Interview for the position of Fireman II
DATE: AUGUST 1, 2014
TIME: 1530 Hours
PLACE: SEINGWAENG PRIMARY SCHOOL
Derrick K.S Pule
Ofentse M. Molaodiu
Pako Kgosietsile
Lame K. Mokopakgosi
David G. Golobilwe
Molly Letsholo
Tebogo B. Phefo
Nature B. Gabobewe
Oratile G. Setoutwe
Gabakelwe Moatlhodi
Eweditswe M. Seabelo
Thabo T. Sima
Tiroyaone Diboko
Cheneso Samson
Thato Fortune Mapotsane
Levious T. Ratsatsi
Nyaladzi Gunda
Orefile Phalaagae
Masego Phiri
Bonang Modimakwane
Maemo Rammala
Mainole Pheto
Molefe N. Ntshole
Tlamelo V. Rankwe,
Othusitse D. Mokganelwa,
Nicholas T. Ralefala
Tebogo Malindah
Masego Tsele
Keemenao Lefatshe
Raymond Matlapeng
Keresepe Gaborekwe
Matshidiso V. Segale,
Moreri J. Lebakeng
Prince K. Kgafela
Tshepang Mosarwa
Gaone O. Kebadilwe
Keatlaretse Radifalana
Kelebogile K. Kobe
Kagiso Kgotlane
Tebogo Kopong
Thomonyana Mmeotsile
Ntebang Sibindi
Odirile Thusane
Thuso M. Sebatana
Melao G. Makgatlhe
Sinah L. Sebako
Motlalepula Mosweu
Ntshadi P. Rakanyane
Bontshetse Keborate
Ofentse Mokgatlhane
Tlotlo A. Gaboeletswe
Salome Moakofi
Keorapetse Seitei
Masego Phiri
Pearl T. Serero
Cyril K. Kgetlwe
Kelebogile Mooketsi
Gaelebale Osupile
Keabetswe M. Sefitlholo
Selelo C. Sebudubudu
Joseph C. Seipei
Barbra Ntwaagae
Pogisego Raditau
Thabiso D. Sekgopi
Tshegofatso Nawe
Lesego M. Semuli
Kenneth G. Phiri
Maryjane T. Semuli
Kesentseng B. Mmusi
Doreen Phiri
Letlhale P. Motlhagodi
Amogelang Morokotso
Onalenn Ndo Moleele
Dintle P. Seleka
Malefshane Moatshe
Tlamelang Molope
Kereng Palai
For any clarifications do not hesitate to contact Mr. D. Ditsele, Ms. M. Pheto & Mr. B. Gaboipewe at 5773270 during working hours.

TRAINEE DIAMOND OPERATOR at Pluczenik Botswana

Applicants are invited from suitably qualified Botswana citizens for the following posts at Pluczenik Botswana
TRAINEE DIAMOND OPERATOR
CHARACTER REQUIREMENTS
*A positive work ethic
*Proven ability to be an effective communicator , both spoken and written english
*Hardworking and committed to starting a career in the diamond industry
*No criminal industry
*Must be a Motswana citizen with a valid identity card . pls submit a copy of your omang along with your CV
QUALIFICATIONS
*BGCSE
*Pass in English and Mathematics , Design and Technology or Art is essential
*Minimum of two testimonials from teachers and head of senior secondary school indicating above characteristics has to be attached along with your CV
*Certified copies of junior secondary and senior secondary certificates must be attached to your CV
*Any additional reference letters from previous employment must be included along with your CV
pls submit your application to
The Human Resources Officer
P o Box 403286
Gaborone
source Daily news 30/07/14
closing date 12/08/14

UN JOBS - BOTSWANA CITIZENS , 7/30/2014

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P-4
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Human Rights
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Social Sciences
Nairobi (Kenya)
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Language
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Social Sciences
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P-4
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Audit
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P-4
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P-4
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P-4
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P-4
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P-4
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