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Biological Invasions Risk Analysis Coordinator

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Sectors Nature Conservation, Ecology, GIS
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Type Fixed Term and Permanent Roles
Status Full Time
Level Mid Level
Deadline 07/11/2019
Company Name South Africa National Biodiversity Insitute
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Directory Entry : Conservation and Ecology Jobs in South Africa with...The South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) leads and coordinates research, and monitors and reports on the state of biodiversity in South Africa. The institute provides knowledge and information, gives planning and policy advice and pilots best-practice management models in partnership with stakeholders. SANBI engages in ecosystem restoration and rehabilitation, leads the human capital development strategy of the sector and manages the National Botanical Gardens as 'windows' to South Africa's biodiversity for enjoyment and education.
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The South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) is looking for a highly motivated and reliable individual to manage the development of formal risk analyses for importing and listing of alien taxa under the National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act (NEMBA, Act 10 of 2004) and its Alien and Invasives Species (A&IS) Regulations.

The envisaged candidate should hold an at least a Master’s level degree or equivalent in environmental sciences or a relevant field to biological invasions with minimum of five years’ working experience, two of which relevant to invasive alien species. The incumbent must have excellent skills in strategic planning, data management, project management, and presentation.

Strong analytical and coordination skills and a high attention to detail are desirable. A PhD in biological invasions will be an added advantage. The incumbent should have an excellent command of spoken and written English, have experience in MS Office, and a code B driver’s license with at least one-year driving experience.

Responsibilities include:

  • Coordinate and chair the Alien Species Risk Analysis Review Panel (ASRARP) processes;
  • Manage contracts, partnerships and agreements with key organisations for risk analyses;
  • Coordinate the production and management of data and information related to risk analyses;
  • Provide general support to the strategic management of the Directorate;
  • Manage staff, students and interns working on risk analysis and other evidence, including related training.

Please note:

1) An application form obtainable from our offices must accompany the CV together with a letter motivating why the applicant should be favourably considered for the position and confirming that the minimum qualifications are met (applicants lacking evidence of relevant experience will not be considered).

2) A skills test will be conducted as part of the selection process.

3) Applicants must also provide the full names, addresses and telephone numbers and if possible e-mail addresses of at least three referees.

4) Failure to submit the requested information and reference number may result in your application not being considered. 

Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. SANBI reserves the right not to fill this position. All applications will be considered with the understanding that, in terms of the SANBI Employment Equity Plan, preference will currently be given to candidates from the designated groups. 

Contact Ms Glynnis Webb on (021) 799 8635/8800 or preferably, or forward the completed application form, a letter and concise CV via e-mail to recruitmentct@sanbi.org.za or fax 0865 899 569.

Postal applications are to be addressed to:

Deputy Director: Human Resources,
South African National Biodiversity Institute,
Private Bag X7,
Claremont,
7735.

Candidates are expected to be available for selection interviews on a date and time as determined by SANBI. If no response has been received within 30 days of the closing date, candidates may consider their applications unsuccessful.

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