Applications are invited from suitably qualified citizens for the above position at the Ministry of Minerals Resources, Green Technology and Energy Security Headquarters.

Salary: F2 (470,976 per annum)
Leave: 30 working days per annum.
Benefits: Optional contributory Medical Aid Scheme (Government 
Contributes 50% and employee 50%)
Duration: 24 – 36 months contract.
Qualifications: B Eng Mining, BSc Geology, B Eng Mechanical or related field. Master’s degree in the relevant field will be an added advantage.
Experience: A minimum of 16 years work experience in the relevant area, two (2) years of which should have been at E1 grade or its equivalent.
Main Purpose of the Job: to coordinate, direct and supervise policies and strategies in the achievement of the objectives of the Ministry in areas of energy, and minerals.

Key Performance Areas:
1. Provides advisory role to Government on policy implementation in relation to Energy and Mineral sectors.
2. Provides leadership and guidance on sustainable utilization of renewable energy and the use of energy efficient technologies.
3. Increases the security of supply in energy products by developing and implementing integrated energy resource planning.
4. Oversees implementation of policy, legislative and institutional frameworks on the energy, mines and mineral sectors in line with the vision, objectives and goals of Government.
5. Provides professional advice on the administration of the mining sector activities from the exploration stage to mining, processing and marketing of minerals.
6. Promotes local and foreign investment into Botswana’s mineral industry.
7. Develops and implement programmes and projects to increase the beneficiation of minerals.
8. Drives the development and utilization of mineral resources in a sustainable manner.
9. Provide leadership and guidance in negotiations of minerals and energy agreements.
10. Oversees and manage performance functional areas of Energy and Mining.

Key competencies
• Analytical and strategic thinking
• Deciding and initiating action
• Teamwork and partnering
• Communicating effectively
• Supervision and accountability
• Planning and execution
• Innovating and driving change
• Delivering quality service

Please quote the Vacancy Circular No. and provide the following details:
a) Brief summary of career with duties (CV)
b) Names and contact details of two (2) traceable referees.
c) In case of Public Serving Officers, the following should be provided:
• Date of first appointment
• Present post and date of appointment thereto.

Applications from serving Public Officers should be routed through their Heads of Department and Permanent Secretaries. Applications not so routed will not be considered.
Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be responded to.

Applications should be addressed to:

The Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Mineral Resources, Green Technology and Energy Security
Private Bag 0018
OR hand delivered to:

Ministry of Mineral Resources, Green Technology and Energy Security
Fairgrounds Office Park, Block C
First Floor 
Records Management Unit, Office No.4
CLOSING DATE: 21 August 2017

For further information required contact Human Resource Management Unit at 3656636/93/45.


Applications are invited from suitably qualified citizens for the above position in the Ministry of Minerals, Green Technology and Energy Security, Department of Corporate Services, Gaborone.
Vacancy Circular No. 10 2017
Salary: D2 (248,220- 274,056)
Leave: 30 working days per annum.

- Optional contributory Medical Aid Scheme (Government
Contributes 50% and employee 50%)
- Compulsory Pension Fund Scheme (Employee contributes 5% and Government 15%)
Degree in Supply and Material Management/Logistics Management/Business Administration or any other related field.
minimum of ten (10) years’ experience within tendering, procurement and supply environment with at least two (2) years served at D3 level in government or at middle management level in Parastatal or private sector.
Main Purpose of the Job:
To provide secretarial and advisory services to the Ministerial Tender Committee.
Core duties:
• Responsible for the accurate and complete recording of the proceedings of the committee and keeping of such records.
• Pre-adjudicate of tender bids and provide advice to Departments and / or Procuring Entities on their submissions for deferrals, stood-downs or rejections.
• Prepare tender notices for Government Printers and publish all MTC decisions.
• Act as the main link between Ministerial Tender Committee and PPADB.
• Maintain the Ministerial Tender Committee Registry.
• Update the Ministerial Tender Committee Performance Indicators.

• Planning and Execution
• Team-work and Partnering
• Deciding and Initiating Action
• Quality Service Delivery
• Communicating Effectively
• Analytical and Strategic Thinking
• Integrity and Trust

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