Current Job Opportunities at De Beers Diamond Jewellers

De Beers Diamond Jewellers was established in 2001 and is part of De Beers Group, the world’s leading diamond company.

As a global brand we are able to offer exciting career opportunities across a number of countries and in a variety of specialities. These extend across both our corporate and retail teams. Whether you are a seasoned jewellery professional or just starting out in your career, we would be delighted to hear from you. The key to success within our brand is an attitude of excellence, passion and creativity.

To be part of the team that is leading the way in diamond jewellery please send your CV to the following address:

Recruitment at DE BEERS BOTSWANA


Purpose of the role
Provides HR leadership to DBGSS through implementation of the plan, by translating the Midsteram strategy into operational plans in conjunction with GSS HR leadership teams and implements the plan in order to attract, develop and retain the people required to deliver high performance. Provides tactical and operational support for assigned functions across the full range of HR activities, ensuring adherence to Group standards, policies and procedures.

The role will have a specific focus to provide leadership direction and advice to GSS business to ensure effective and successful delivery of the talent management agenda across GSS and the broader midstream. This will involve facilitating effective business partnerships by promoting talent management and people development practices to support all the needs of GSS and the midstream business. This role requires the design and implementation of a midstream talent acquisition, development and deployment strategy aligned to the overall De Beers Global Talent Strategy adapting as required to optimise effectiveness whilst maintaining the integrity of the strategy.

Work of the role
Responsible for and manage the overall departmental safety, health and environmental programme in line with the operational strategy and objectives
Ensure effective implementation of the DBGSS and De Beers Group (where appropriate) HR policies, procedures, initiatives and programmes, in conjunction with the Midstream HR teams and ensure the effective implementation across DBGSS.
Participate in GSS People Forums and provide input and proposals thereby ensuring that DBGSS requirements are understood and considered when strategies, guidelines and mandates are set.
Operate as an internal consultant to other department's leadership teams assisting in the development of strategic and tactical plans to support specific identified short and long term business goals.
Provide coaching, constructive challenge and objective feedback to leadership team enabling them to carry out their people management responsibilities effectively.
Talent Management and Organisational Effectiveness

Coordinate and manage the Midstream Talent Management agenda and processes (including Development, Performance Management and Succession planning cycles and processes ) and provide guidance to the GSS EXCO and Midstream EXCO in respect of the talent risks, bench strength of the talent pool and talent retention strategies to meet operational
Takes the lead in the identification and development of talent and successors in the business and provides a work environment that retains quality staff, in partnership with the business leaders
Leads and coordinates Midstream Talent Reviews and DBGSS People Forums to ensure talent risks are identified and proper mitigation plans are developed and implemented.
Partners with various tertiary institutions to source for critical skills and talent required for the business, in line with the organisational people needs.
Work with Head of Human Resources to establish a Public-Private partnership Forum where identified businesses/organisations within the diamond industry collaborate with government and learning institutions to ensure that identified critical skills are available to ensure business continuity and achieve sustainable beneficiation.
Lead development and implementation of organisation design and organisational effectiveness to ensure all designed work, roles and departmental structures; instigate review for effectiveness and efficiency. Initiate and facilitate change and business improvement for key processes.
Help line leaders create a high performance culture that emphasises work place accountability, quality, productivity, standards and goal attainment.
Proactively monitor workplace engagement levels and works with line leaders to drive improved engagement in the organisation.
Assesses emerging trends in internal workforce and external labour markets to determine skills availability and develops plans to close any gaps.
Recruitment and Selection

Oversee and guide the provision of suitably qualified, experienced and motivated employees at the right time at the right place
Develops and maintains strategic workforce planning and resource planning activities to ensure that the skills mix, manning levels and headcount projections are aligned to future business requirements.
Remuneration & Reward

Implement midstream Remuneration and Reward strategy, guidelines and policies
Provide guidance in respect of preparation of documentation for job evaluation, facilitate the process and implementation of results.
Oversee, guide and interpret the implementation of remuneration and reward mandates and agreements for DBGSS within agreed expenditure
Manage the implementation of a range of employee benefits within DBGSS
Engage with functional specialist as required
Employee Wellness

Oversee and manage the implementation of Employee Wellness and Employee Assistance programmes and monitor employee wellness reports from the provider
Employee Relations

Accountable for Employee Relations management at DBGSS
Ensure that all practices governing the employees are in line with legislation and DBGSS requirements and engage with functional specialist as required
Ensure employees understand disciplinary and grievance procedures
Faciliate training in the handling discipline and grievances
Implement disciplinary, grievance procedures and dispute settlements at the local level
Ensure that employees and employee bodies are engaged regularly to maintain good relations between employees and employer
Provide support and influence to managers and employees in helping to resolve performance and disciplinary and grievances issues.
Ensure compliance with all obligations under relevant employee consultation processes.
Budgeting and Cost Benefit Measures

Analyse the department’s financial needs to develop a budget and ensure sufficient financial resources to meet business needs
Responsible for, approve and monitor the utilisation of allocated funds to enable the attainment of departmental objectives
Interpret and integrate operational support requirements to ensure availability of financial resources to meet business objectives
Prioritise and track utilisation of available funds to provide an effective service to the business and drive the implementation of the DBGSS strategy
Corporate Governance

Identify and manage the implementation of and adherence to legal and corporate governance principles/requirements
Formulate guidelines for security best practice directives, standards and governance principles
Qualifications and Experience

An undergraduate qualification (Bachelors / Honours Bachelor’s degree or equivalent) in a relevant functional discipline, e.g. Human Resources, Psychology, Industrial Psychology, Business Management or equivalent
A postgraduate qualification (Masters degree or equivalent) in a relevant discipline OR a proven track record of extensive practical experience in a role and context of similar complexity is an added advantage Track record in delivering results in a pressurised, complex and demanding environments.

Strong leadership and people management capability
Proven track record of delivery in talent management within a global organisation.
A demonstrated leader and expert in the understanding and application of talent management and/or HR practices and approaches
Demonstrated experience in a senior talent leadership role within an HR environment, including the coordination of knowledge sharing across disciplines, managing workload and reviewing the work of others to ensure consistency with task requirements
Proven track record in collaborating with various stakeholders and driving for success
Knowledge and skills
Understanding of the HR Global strategy and business strategy
Understanding of customer expectations
Relationship management
Understanding of group policies, procedures, initiatives and programmes
Understanding of all HR philosophies and processes and ability to align, integrate and apply DBGSS processes and data accordingly
Performance management and talent management knowledge, skills and application
Team Leadership and People Managemnt.
Critical Thinking and Innovation.
Stakeholder management and influencing skills
Negotiating skills, decisive and assertive.
Commercial business understanding
Influencing skills.
Partnership & Relationship management.
People coaching skills
HR value chain

Closing date and application instructions


Closing date: Tuesday 22nd August 2017

Employment at Orange Botswana


Orange invites candidates who wish to be part of a dynamic workforce to apply for the above position.

Reporting to the Procurement and Supply Chain Manager, the successful candidate will be responsible of all activities at Commercial Warehouse which include smooth distribution of orders to ensure customer satisfaction.

The main duties include but are not limited to:
Manage the activities of the warehouse, ensure they are effectively done: reception of stock, storage, dispatching.
Manage the supply and distribution of stock within Orange (Shops & user Departments.
Ensure that processes and procedures are accurate and continuously revised.
Supervise the Supply Chain team.
Ensure availability of products at shops and their smooth distribution to all Orange outlets.
Monitor stock levels in the warehouse and raise order request when products reaches their re-order level.
Prepare weekly and monthly cut off reports.
Organise meeting with other departments.
Develop procedures for coordination of supply chain management with other functional areas, such as sales, marketing, and finance.
Analyse inventories to determine how to increase inventory turns, reduce waste, or optimize customer service.
Dispose of old stock.
Good knowledge of international supply chain management, customs formalities, transport management, international trade and warehouse operations.
Good knowledge of Time to Market (TTM).
Computer literate (Ms Office).
Good communication skills.
Good negotiation skills.
Good analytical skills.
Time management.
Qualifications and Experience:
Diploma or Degree in Supply Chain Management.
5 years of experience in logistics and supply chain activities.
Closing date and application instructions
Interested candidates who meet the minimum requirements can submit their applications, updated CV and certified copies of their academic certificates to:

The subject window on email should only contain the title of the position being applied for.

Closing date: 25th August 2017

Kindly note, that Orange Botswana shall only correspond to short-listed candidates.

Projects Electrical Engineer Wanted at Debswana Diamond Company – Group Projects

Debswana Diamond Company – Group Projects would like to invite suitably qualified innovative, results oriented and self-driven individuals to apply for the position listed and described below and join a professional team driven by service excellence, where the demands of the business are met by encouraging team work and addressing the needs of the individual.

Ref: DCC 0000300
Tenable at Debswana Corporate Centre

Job Summary
To manage, coordinate and oversee the overall electrical designs, infrastructure and systems requirements for mining, engineering and processing projects, including electrical engineering standards, policies and procedures deployed as part of the project lifecycle. To ensure these are aligned with Debswana standards,policies and procedures and that the designs adequately attend to electrical and general safety requirements, production and operability requirements and asset management philosophies in Debswana.

Minimum Requirements

 Degree in Electrical Engineering or BSc in Electrical Engineering
 7 years post qualification Engineering in heavy engineering environment including EIT programme with 3years substantive mining industry Engineer Level
 Project management training
 Middle management program
 Registered with a recognised professional body

Additional Requirements
 Experience as project or site electrical engineer in projects over USD 200M is advantageous
 Demonstrated knowledge of project management, construction and commissioning
 Understanding of safety requirements of construction industry
 Experience with high voltage power distribution systems and equipment
 Experience in large AC Motor and VSD installations
 Experience in managing consultants and contractors for installation of switchboards and MCC's in the mining industry will be highly desirable
 Must be familiar with statutory acts, regulations and standards for electrical installation and equipment
 Good planning and organisation in their approach to work and meeting deadlines

Key activities
 Leads and manages the detailed electrical engineering and design effort of the project from the preconcept/concept phase all the way to detailed design, execution, commissioning and handover.
 Ensures that the project effectively and consistently applies Debswana standards and procedures,
detailed electrical design criteria, electrical safety and operability requirements
 Aligns all deliverables and designs to legislative, regulatory, relevant local and international equipment, electrical and engineering standards
 Ensures that protection design, project load flow, dynamic and voltage regulation studies are conducted for new power system networks and/or the extension of existing networks
 Provides effective input to all project phase design, procurement, study, input and output documentation, drawings and assessments and ensures these are aligned with Debswana requirements, standards and procedures
 Ensures effective factory acceptance testing and site acceptance testing regimens are in place and testing and commissioning establishes efficacy, safety and reliability of equipment and overall power system infrastructure
 Establishes and maintains effective relationships with all key engineering, project, OEM and consulting (including EPCM) stakeholders and partners to ensure achievement of electrical engineering objectives and overall project objectives
 Liaises with the Project Manager(s) and Group Electrical, Control & Instrumentation Engineer to ensure that the electrical project is correctly designed, meets project delivery (programme requirements)
 Ensures that electrical engineering budgets, scheduling requirements and risk areas are properly
 Ensures that bulk power supply infrastructure requirements and load-growth requirements are met and effectively liaises with the utility to achieve these objectives

 Aligns the project with best-practice energy efficiency requirements, standards and programmes in
Debswana to ensure that the energy efficiency needs of the organisation are fulfilled


 Electrical Engineering Design
 Power systems design
 Mining electrical safety systems
 Project management
 Cost Control/Engineering
 Quality Management
 Project Change Management
 Engineering Management
 Achievement Orientation
 Judgment and Decision Making
 Managing Performance and Holding People Accountable
 Planning, Coordination and Execution
 Problem Solving
 Change Leadership
 Innovation
 Concern for Safety, Health and the Environment
 Developing Others
 Teamwork & Collaboration

Only candidates who meet the above requirements need apply by visiting us on to register and apply. Closing Date: 19th August 2017 

Employment at International Organization for Migration

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is inviting applicants who are interested to apply for the
the following Special Short Term Appointment
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is a United Nations Agency dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration; working with governments and civil society through the provision of services and advice.
Vacancy Notice:
Please download the Vacancy Notice, from our website in the Vacancy section, (Vacancies) VNBW2017/02
Closing date and application instructions
Please follow the method of application on the downloaded vacancy notice.
Incomplete applications will be rejected. Closing date for applications, 11 August 2017


The Companies and Intellectual Property Authority (CIPA), is a newly established autonomous body that has been established in terms of the Companies and Intellectual Property Authority Act no 14 of 2011. The Authority is charged with the responsibility of implementing four different acts, namely: The Companies Act, Registration of Business Names Act, Industrial Property Act and the Copyright and Neighbouring Rights Act.
The Authority is positioning itself for the advancement of its mandate and is searching for some dynamic individuals to take up the above position.


Main purpose of the job
To plan, organise and coordinate CIPA's audit function to ensure the Authority is provided with an independent and objective assurance service designed to add value and improve the Authority's operations
Qualifications, experience and knowledge required
Bachelors degree in Accounting/Finance or equivalent AND Associate membership of a recognised accounting body (ACCA, CIMA, CA, CIA)
Eight years’ experience in an internal audit environment, of which three should have been served in a managerial position
Expert knowledge of audit planning, corporate governance, risk management. Demonstrated knowledge of the latest developments in international financial/accounting/internal audit management practices and standards
Key responsibilities
Performing operational audits by evaluate weaknesses and risks in client business processes;
Develop, Implement and monitor divisional annual plan, and align the divisional goals to the overall corporate objectives.
Evaluate weaknesses and risks in systems, assess macro effect of audit findings on operating processes and company performance.
Main purpose of the job
To accurately process, enter and reconcile accounting documents and information and maintain accounts strictly in accordance with laid down accounting procedures, standards and accounting deadlines to ensure the accurate and timely record of financial transactions to facilitate the timely preparation of financial statements and reports.
Qualifications, experience and knowledge required
A minimum of a Diploma in Accounting and Business Studies (DABS), AAT or equivalent.
2 years’ experience in a financial management and accounting environment
Key responsibilities
Responsible for the Authority’s basic book keeping through recording, classifying and summarising transactions according to IFRS and company Chart of Accounts
Revenue collection, receipting and reconciliation
Main purpose of the job
To install, configure, and maintain all relational database instances across development, staging, and production environments.
Qualifications, experience and knowledge required
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related field
At least five (5) years in the computing field with two (3) years of developing and administering relational database management systems and related technologies
Knowledge and application of Windows and UNIX operating system, Relational Database Management Systems and a wide range of programming languages and development tools are a requirement.
Experience in Microsoft SQL server and Oracle Database administration in production environment.
Hands-on experience in capacity planning, performance tuning, database server backups and restore strategies.
Certification in Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle database.
Key responsibilities
Install, configure, migrate, upgrade and maintain multiple databases required for development, testing and production.
Disaster Recovery and Back-up Management.
Server Management – installation, configuration and security management.
Enterprise reporting – Consolidation of multiple data sources into a common report and development and publishing of real time dash boards reports in a multiple output formats according to user requirement.
Location: CIPA seeks three (3) Receptionists based in Serowe, Maun and Francistown respectively.
Main purpose of the job
To provide reception, administrative support and secretarial services, to efficiently operate multi-line switchboard, and receive and direct CIPA's visitors and documents promoting a positive image of CIPA.
Qualifications, experience and knowledge required
Certificate/Diploma in Secretarial or Administration studies
2 years’ experience in a customer facing environment
Basic computer literacy, Operational knowledge of switchboards would be an added advantage
Key responsibilities
Provision on reception services
Management of Front Office (switchboard operation and customer management)
Provision of Secretarial services including diary/appointments management and documents management (typing, scanning, photocopying and filing)
Directing internal and external clients to relevant service points
Operate multi-line switchboard and maintain accuracy of messages
Dealing with customers’ enquiries
Closing date and application instructions
Only applicants who meet the requirements need to apply highlighting their qualifications, experience and names of at least two (2) traceable referees. Certified copies of relevant certificates and a detailed CV must accompany applications addressed to:
Human Resource Manager
Companies and Intellectual Property Authority
P O Box 102
Closing Date: 15 August 2017


Job Summary
Reporting to the Chief Finance Officer, the Security Manager is responsible for directing and overseeing security operations of the Mine and the Corporate & Sales offi ce in Gaborone. The manager will provide strategic input, technical guidance and managerial leadership to ensure effective asset and product protection and contribute to the overall objectives and strategic goals of the mine.
Effectiveness Areas:
Boteti Diamond Mine Security strategy developed, monitored, evaluated and implemented.
Developing and improving technical standards, specifications and quality assurance systems to optimize processes and ensure alignment with industry best practice.
Initiating, managing and controlling the security department budget.
Managing and coordinating the implementation of safety, health and environmental programmes.
Responsible for people development and training in the Security department.
Investigations, surveillance & intelligence management
Risk management
Legal compliance / corporate governance
Safety, health and environmental compliance.
General Requirements
Personal Attributes:
Outstanding leadership qualities
High degree of personal discipline and integrity
Innovation & Problem solving
Change management
Communication skills
Coaching & mentoring skills
Qualifications and Experience:
Diploma or Degree in Security Management or related discipline
Ten years’ post qualification experience preferably in a high risk diamond mining or high value goods security environment.
At least five years in a managerial position (Upper D or equivalent level).
Proven knowledge and experience with cutting edge technical security solutions.
Good knowledge of the security environment in Southern Africa
Boteti Mining (Pty.) Ltd. operates the Karowe Diamond Mine at Letlhakane in the Boteti sub district. The plant was commissioned in April 2012 and has gone on to achieve exceptional performance. It is the source of some truly special diamonds. The plant completed major upgrades that include introduction of X-Ray Transmission (XRT) technology in diamond recovery. This is adding to the already existing innovative application of autogenous milling in diamond processing. The Company is embarking on projects which entail enhanced large diamond recovery up to 1200 carats; mega diamond recovery up to 5000 carats, capacity to process high yielding ore and a resource expansion project aimed at extending the life of the mine. Karowe mine invites suitably qualified candidates to apply for the above position.
Closing date and application instructions
Only candidates who meet the above requirements need apply enclosing detailed curriculum vitae and certified copies of certificates, clearly indicating the position applied for on the email subject line
Closing date for applications is August 14, 2017. Only short listed candidates will be responded to.

Government of Botswana Jobs - Ministry of Youth Empowerment, Sport and Culture Development

The above vacancy exists in the Ministry of Youth Empowerment, Sport and Culture Development under the Botswana National Library Service, Gaborone. A talented, proactive, self-driven and visionary candidate is therefore sought to fill the above mentioned position.
Vacancy Circular No. 14 of 2017
Salary Scale: E2 (P348, 348 – P362, 412) per annum.
Leave: 30 working days per annum.
a) Optional Contributory Medical Aid Scheme. (Government pays 50%, Employee pays 50%). 
b) Contributory Pension Fund (Government pays 15% employee pays 5%).
c) For new entrants to the Public Service, a contract of 24 – 36 months with gratuity payable at the rate of 25% upon the expiry of contract.
Degree in Library and Information Studies/Social Sciences/Humanities or related field. Master’s Degree in Library and Information Studies/Social Sciences/Humanities or related field will be an added advantage.
A minimum of twelve (12) years relevant post qualification experience.

The above vacancy exists in the Ministry of Youth Empowerment, Sport and Culture Development under Department of Corporate Services, Gaborone. A talented, proactive, self-driven and visionary candidate is therefore sought to fill the above mentioned position.
Qualifications: Degree in Broadcast Communications, Film and Television Production, Mass Communications or related field. Masters Degree will be an added advantage.
Experience: A minimum of twelve (12) years relevant post qualification experience two (2) of which should have been served at the level of D2 in the Public Service or equivalent level in a Parastatal or Private Sector 

The above vacancy exists in the Ministry of Youth Empowerment, Sport and Culture Development under Corporate Services, Gaborone. A talented, proactive, self-driven and visionary candidate is therefore sought to fill the above mentioned position.
Vacancy Circular No. 13 Of 2017
Salary Scale: E2 (P348, 348 – P362, 412) per annum.
Leave: 30 working days per annum.
a) Optional Contributory Medical Aid Scheme. (Government pays 50%, Employee pays 50%). 
b) Contributory Pension Fund (Government pays 15% employee pays 5%).
c) For new entrants to the Public Service, a contract of 24 – 36 months with gratuity payable at the rate of 25% upon the expiry of contract.
Bachelor’s Degree in Procurement Supply Chain Management or Business or any related field.
A minimum of twelve (12) years relevant post qualification experience two (2) of which should have been served at the level of D1 in the Public Service or equivalent level in a Parastatal or Private Sector Organisation.

Applicants should;
Quote the number of the vacancy circular and give the following details:
• Full name and contact details.
• Brief summary of career with duties (Curriculum
• Vitae and current basic salary).
• Certified copies of certificates and National Identity card. 
• At least two (2) recent work related references (not more than 2 years).
In case of serving officers, the following should be provided:
● Date of first appointment
● Present post, salary scale and date of appointment thereto.
All applications from serving public officers should be routed through their Heads of Department and Permanent Secretaries. Applications not so routed will not be considered.
Only shortlisted candidates will be responded to.
Applications should be addressed to:
The Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Youth Empowerment, Sport and Culture Development
Private Bag 00514
OR Hand Deliver at MYSC, Central Business District (CBD), behind High Court of Botswana, sixth (6) floor, Records Management Unit.
Closing Date: 21st August 2017
For further information required contact the Human Resources Office on: Phone: 3682600



The incumbent will be responsible for planning, managing, and coordinating action plans to improve Convenience store offer, customer service, drive store sales, and increase profitabilityThey will define action plans to grow the non-fuel income activities, coordinate Convenience retailing activities andsupervise as well as implement marketing activities.

Main Responsibilities

  • Maximize sales, promote and improve retail efficiencies.
  • Increase market share according to Line of Business (Retail Service Stations with Convenience stores)
  • Design layout and coordinate implementation of new Convenience Stores.
  • Control and supervise Store Administration Systems, review and audit food handling and preparation.
  • Responsible for category management policies, visual display, inventory management, and merchandise training.
  • Ensure recommended retail pricing policy is implemented and maintain product master file.
  • Ensure compliance with HSEQ requirements and policy
  • Seek new business opportunities for Retail Sites and develop new products and services for convenience stores.
  • Design and implementation of promotions in Service Stations with Convenience Stores.
  • Adapt and implement the DVP (Dealer Value Proposition) & CVP (Customer Value Proposition).
  • Supervise and implement all marketing activities. Organize events and exhibitions.
  • Manage in-store merchandising and planograms to maximize product displays and shelf management.

Job Requirements:

  • Customer focused and service oriented
  • Strongly organized and structured
  • Strong analytical and numerical capability
  • Marketing and sales promotions planning
  • Business Development and networking skills
  • Strong leadership and negotiation skills
  • Relationship and stakeholder management

Remuneration Package

The Company offers a competitive compensation package, commensurate with qualifications, skills and experience.

Closing date and application instructions

Interested candidates who have the above capabilities should kindly forward their applications, CV’s and certified copies of relevant certificates to: Human Resources Coordinator, Puma Energy Botswana P. O. Box 183 Gaborone.
Closing date for applications: Friday 11th August 2017

Careers at Botswana Power Corporation

Botswana Power Corporation has embarked on a strategic journey in its pursuit to become a competitive commercial power utility within the region that is responsive and customer focused. To achieve this goal, a number of strategic Business Units have been established, and the placement of key professionals to drive this mandate is critical.

BPC requires dynamic, result oriented and customer focused individuals who believe they can be part of a great team that delivers power to Batswana, to apply for the following positions:​​​​

Senior Occupational Health Nurse

Job Purpose
​To organise, coordinate and implement primary health care, accidents and emergency as well as occupational health programmes for the Corporation employees and contractors in order to provide a high quality, safe and supportive environment and to maintain a healthy workforce thereby enhancing productivity.

Web Developer

Job Purpose
​​​Web Developer will be primarily responsible for planning, designing, developing, testing and leading the maintenance of BPC web based applications and ensure that the website is maintained and working systematically at all times to sustain strong online awareness of BPC services as well as support the attainment of short and long term performance targets of the Corporation.


Botswana Government Jobs - Human Resource Development Council

The Human Resource Development Council (HRDC), an autonomous body whose main objectives among others include provision for Policy Advice with regard to the National Human Resource Development Strategy, coordination and implementation of the strategy, planning and advising on Tertiary Education Financing and Work Place Planning in Botswana, seeks to recruit suitably qualified persons for the above post:


Main Purpose of the Job
Process and evaluate applications for reimbursement from the HRD Fund, and submit to the Fund Assessor for review.
Key Accountabilities
• Answer queries from employers and training institutions on applications for reimbursement from HRD Fund
• Receive and scrutinize applications for reimbursement from the HRD Fund, as well as accompanying documentation
• Check whether the claimants have submitted the appropriate supporting documentation with their application and contact them in case of any missing or incomplete information
• Check and update applicable ceilings/limits for employers
• Calculate entitlements for reimbursements, fill in supporting forms and submit to the Fund Assessor for review
• Compile and consolidate applications and supporting documentation for evaluation and processing
• Record list of approved courses and training services, training providers. Update the database of approved courses and training services to facilitate approval and reimbursement.
• File and record (physical and electronic) applications for reimbursement and claims 
• Prepare files and supporting documentation for appeals regarding HRD Fund
• Liaise with Accountant/Accounts Officer (HRD Fund) for any queries regarding the applications for reimbursements
• Assist the Fund Assessor in preparing reports as required.
• Knowledge of the sector in Botswana (policies, strategies, legislation and regulations)
• Knowledge of the HRD fund rules and regulations, and levy management processes
• Computer literate. 
• Experience with systems and applications in the specific work area 
• Communication and interpersonal skills
• Flexibility, dependability and dedication
• Compliance with procedures instructions, rules and regulations
• Service oriented and client focused (including customer care skills)

Position Requirements
Qualifications: At least a Diploma in Finance or Accounting from a recognised institution.
Experience: A minimum of five years’ experience in a similar function preferably within an HRD/Education and Training environment
Remuneration: HRDC offers an attractive remuneration package which is commensurate with qualifications, skills and experience.

Method of Application
Applications quoting the post being applied for and accompanied by detailed Curriculum Vitae, names and addresses of three referees, one of whom should be an employer/most recent employer and/or immediate supervisor (including their telephone numbers and e-mail address where applicable), true and certified copies of educational/Professional certificates and transcripts and references must be sent to:

The Chief Executive Officer
Human Resource Development Council 
Private Bag BR 108, Gaborone
Contact Telephone Number: 3930741
Or email to:
Closing Date: 11th August 2017


Job Overview
Reporting to the Mine Surveyor, applicants should hold HND /Degree in Surveying
Specific responsibilities will include:
Assisting in arranging equipment during the planning of survey expeditions.
Carry, assemble, dismantle and maintain surveying equipment, including digital equipment such as GPS and total station.
Assist the Mine Surveyor in acquiring relevant information using various methods including tape or steel band, electronic theodolite and GPS equipment.
Setting up and maintenance of survey control systems for use by mining operations.
Setting out mining control guidelines and benchmarks according to pit/underground designs.
Carry out pit, stockpile and underground volumetric surveys and computations.
Other duties prescribed as necessary by the Mine Surveyor in running the Survey function.
The ideal candidate should have a comprehensive knowledge of the Mines, Quarries, Works and Machinery regulations in Botswana and should have a Botswana Land Surveyor Certificate, including a broad understanding of planning, scheduling and surveying concepts, with ability to coach and foster talents in others.
Job Requirements
Well developed communication and interpersonal skills and a “team-oriented” approach to the achievement of tasks
Demonstrate high regard for safe working rules and procedures
Be prepared to work underground
Valid driver’s license
Mupane Gold Mining (Pty) Ltd (MGM) is a 100% owned subsidiary of the Canadian TSX Mupane Gold Mining (Pty) Ltd (MGM) is a 100% owned subsidiary of the Canadian TSX Venture exchange listed company GALANE GOLD LTD, a gold producer and explorer with its operations in the Republic of Botswana. The Mupane gold mine is located approximately 50 kilometres by road from Francistown in North Eastern of Botswana. In continuous operation since 2005, MGM has recently increased the operational life of mine and exploration activities are on-going to determine if there are further opportunities to develop additional resources.
Closing date and application instructions
The ideal candidate should have a comprehensive knowledge of the Mines, Quarries, Works and Machinery regulations in Botswana and a broad understanding of mine planning, scheduling and surveying concepts, with ability to coach and foster talents in others.
Apply in confidence with full CV to: Human Resources Superintendent
Mupane Gold Mine
P/Bag F86
Or Email:
Closing date: 14th August 2017
NB: Correspondence will only be made with shortlisted candidates


Overall Job Purpose

Develop an MI framework which supports the business with robust and reliable data to aid in management decision making with the objective of maximizing profitability. Produce daily, weekly and monthly reports which cover all aspects of business performance. Analyse performance across the business and provide input and support into business planning and execution.

Main Accountabilities

  • Collaborate with various business functions to produce decks for all business reviews
  • Proactively identify MI needs of business partners and develop the necessary tools to meet those needs

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree with a focus on data analysis
  • 3-5 years’ experience in a large business environment


Barclays Bank of Botswana has exciting career opportunities for strategic, high performing and self driven individuals across various functions. We are looking to fill the above position.

Closing date and application instructions

To view the full job profiles and apply follow the link;
Steps to follow:
1. The screen will display Barclays Africa Group page and select Botswana
2. All positions advertised in Botswana will appear, pick on the roles you want to apply for and submit application.
Please note that we do not accept hard copies of applications and only short listed candidates will be responded to.
Closing date: Saturday, 12 August 2017

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