Vacancies

PLEASE NOTE: Unless otherwise stated on the vacancy, all applications must be hand delivered to Brister House, OR ADDRESSED TO:
Executive Director
CORPORATE SERVICES
PO BOX 116
NELSON MANDELA BAY MUNICIPALITY
Alternatively contact the Corporate Services Directorate, tel. (041) 506-3259

NO faxed applications will be accepted.

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VACANCY 

In terms of its Employment Equity Plan, the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality is committed to employment practices that redress past imbalances in respect of race, gender, creed and disability, and as such the relevant policy will be considered during selection and placement.  

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for appointment to the under-mentioned position. Persons with a disability are encouraged to apply, unless otherwise stated in the advertisement.

CORPORATE SERVICES DIRECTORATE

 ANALYST/PROGRAMMER

(MUNICIPAL INFORMATION SERVICES)

POSITION CODE: 210192

TASK Grade 12 (R408 432– R567 852 per annum)

(Basic salary only, excluding benefits)

 

Qualifications and experience required: 

 

  • Recognized Qualification in Information Technology (preference will be given to application development qualifications and/or competencies in, but not limited to, html, CSS, Bootstrap, JavaScript, AngularJS, Microsoft C#, Restful Web Services, ORM Frameworks (EF), .NET Framework, ASP.NET, MVC, SQL Server, Visual Studio, TFS, IIS, Database Design, OOP, SDLC)
  • Four years’ relevant experience in the Information Technology field, with extensive programming and analysis exposure.
  • Computer literacy.

 

Key attributes and competencies: 

 

  • Analytical, technical and communication skills in assessing, understanding and delivering business requirements.
  • Ability to troubleshoot technical challenges.

 

Special conditions associated with the position: 

 

  • Required to be on standby after hours in order to minimise unavailability of applications to the users.
  • Required to work overtime to meet user deadlines and to resolve time-critical problems.

 

Job purpose: 

 

  • Developing and maintaining municipal application systems utilising html, CSS, Bootstrap, JavaScript, AngularJS, Microsoft C#, Restful Web Services, ORM Frameworks(EF), .NET Framework, ASP.NET, MVC, SQL Server, Visual Studio, TFS, IIS, Database Design, OOP, SDLC.
  • Interacting with the business and internal Team Leader to ascertain, understand and deliver the exact business requirement.
  • Participating in Joint Requirement Planning, and Joint Application Development sessions.
  • Designing and/or modifying Entity Relationship Diagrams.
  • Assisting in user training.
  • Modifying and enhancing applications throughout the application system lifecycle.

 

 

 

As part of the selection process, candidates may be tested on any requirement, skill or competency, which will include pre-employment screening, medical examination, security vetting and psychometric assessment. 

Fringe benefits will include membership of a Retirement Fund, Medical Aid Scheme, Group Life Assurance Scheme, participation in a Housing Subsidy and Car Schemes (subject to the conditions of the various Schemes), and normal leave and sick leave benefits.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Kindly note that all applications for employment and supporting documentation in respect of the advertised vacancies should be submitted online from the top right button on this page.

It is advisable to submit applications online in good time to allow time for attending to queries that may arise when submitting applications.

Hand delivered or mailed applications for this position will not be accepted.

Telephonic enquiries may be directed to the Receptionist, tel: 041 506 3259.


CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS: FRIDAY, 1 October 2021 BEFORE 14h00

VACANCY 

In terms of its Employment Equity Plan, the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality is committed to employment practices that redress past imbalances in respect of race, gender, creed and disability, and as such the relevant policy will be considered during selection and placement.  

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for appointment to the under-mentioned position. Persons with a disability are encouraged to apply, unless otherwise stated in the advertisement.

SAFETY AND SECURITY DIRECTORATE 

DIRECTOR: SOUTHERN OPERATIONS AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

(FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES)

POSITION CODE: 210164

TASK Grade 17 (R838 396 – R1 026 576 per annum)

(Basic salary only, excluding benefits)

 

Qualifications and experience required: 

 

  • A tertiary qualification or equivalent (National Higher Diploma/ B Tech in Fire Technology).
  • Five to six years’ at Managerial and operational levels within Fire Services.

 

Key attributes and competencies: 

 

  • Proficient oral and written communication skills in English and at least one other official local language.
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills.
  • High level of attention to detail.

 

 Physical/ mental conditions associated with the position: 

 

  • Handling equipment and objects during demonstrations and operations of more than 20kg.
  • Working in hazardous conditions during emergency operations.
  • Working in confined spaces and heights.
  • Standing and walking whilst presenting training programmes.

 

Special conditions attached to the position: 

 

  • Required to be on stand-by.
  • Required to work overtime during specified unplanned emergencies/ disasters.

 

Job purpose: 

 

Manages the procedural applications, interventions and activities of the Northern/ Southern Operations and Resources Management Divisions, through the planning and co-ordination of priorities and resources, reporting on outcomes and/ or proposing opportunities for improving service levels, formulating approaches and plans to address the provision of firefighting, rescue and emergency services and implementing corrective measures to improve the status of the function or address deviations, in order to ensure that the division is positioned to react efficiently to major threats or occurrences of fire within the municipal area.


As part of the selection process, candidates may be tested on any requirement, skill or competency, which will include pre-employment screening, medical examination, security vetting and psychometric assessment. 

Fringe benefits will include membership of a Retirement Fund, Medical Aid Scheme, Group Life Assurance Scheme, participation in a Housing Subsidy and Car Schemes (subject to the conditions of the various Schemes), and normal leave and sick leave benefits.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Kindly note that all applications for employment and supporting documentation in respect of the advertised vacancies should be submitted online from the top right button on this page.

It is advisable to submit applications online in good time to allow time for attending to queries that may arise when submitting applications.

Hand delivered or mailed applications for this position will not be accepted.

Telephonic enquiries may be directed to the Receptionist, tel: 041 506 3259.


CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS: FRIDAY, 1 October 2021 BEFORE 14h00

VACANCY 

In terms of its Employment Equity Plan, the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality is committed to employment practices that redress past imbalances in respect of race, gender, creed and disability, and as such the relevant policy will be considered during selection and placement.  

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for appointment to the under-mentioned position. Persons with a disability are encouraged to apply, unless otherwise stated in the advertisement.

SAFETY AND SECURITY DIRECTORATE 

MANAGER: COMMUNITY FIRE SAFETY

(FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES)

POSITION CODE: 210163

TASK Grade 14 (R517 584 – R719 580 per annum)

(Basic salary only, excluding benefits)

 

Qualifications and experience required: 

 

  • A tertiary qualification or equivalent (National Diploma in Fire Technology).
  • Four to five years at operational/ managerial levels within Fire Services.

 

Key attributes and competencies: 

 

  • Proficient oral and written communication skills in English and at least one other official local language.
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills.
  • High level of attention to detail.

 

Physical/ mental conditions associated with the position: 

 

  • The incumbent should be physically fit and able bodied. 

 

Special conditions attached to the position: 

 

  • Required to be on stand-by.
  • Required to work overtime during specified unplanned emergencies/ disasters.

 

Job purpose: 

 

Co-ordinates and controls the procedures, operations and critical outcomes associated with the Community Fire Safety Division through the alignment and implementation of functional plans and objectives, monitoring productivity and performance and addressing deviations, creating awareness and enforcing compliance and/ or providing guidance/ advice on preventative measures to the broader public and professionals involved with major and minor development proposals in the built environment.

As part of the selection process, candidates may be tested on any requirement, skill or competency, which will include pre-employment screening, medical examination, security vetting and psychometric assessment. 

Fringe benefits will include membership of a Retirement Fund, Medical Aid Scheme, Group Life Assurance Scheme, participation in a Housing Subsidy and Car Schemes (subject to the conditions of the various Schemes), and normal leave and sick leave benefits.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Kindly note that all applications for employment and supporting documentation in respect of the advertised vacancies should be submitted online from the top right button on this page.

It is advisable to submit applications online in good time to allow time for attending to queries that may arise when submitting applications.

Hand delivered or mailed applications for this position will not be accepted.

Telephonic enquiries may be directed to the Receptionist, tel: 041 506 3259.


CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS: FRIDAY, 1 OCTOBER 2021 BEFORE 14h00

VACANCY 

In terms of its Employment Equity Plan, the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality is committed to employment practices that redress past imbalances in respect of race, gender, creed and disability, and as such the relevant policy will be considered during selection and placement.  

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for appointment to the under-mentioned position. Persons with a disability are encouraged to apply, unless otherwise stated in the advertisement.

SAFETY AND SECURITY DIRECTORATE 

DIVISIONAL OFFICER

(FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES)

POSITION CODE: 210186

TASK Grade 13 (R459 768 – R639 216 per annum)

(Basic salary only, excluding benefits)

 

Qualifications and experience required: 

 

  • A tertiary qualification or equivalent (National Diploma in Fire Technology).
  • A valid Code 14 Driver’s License with PrDP.
  • Up to four years’ relevant experience in a Professional Fire Service.

 

Key attributes and competencies: 

 

  • Proficient oral and written communication skills in English and at least one other official local language.
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Good supervisory skills
  • High level of attention to detail.
  • Ability to respond quickly and work well under pressure. 

 

Physical/ mental conditions associated with the position: 

 

  • The incumbent should be physically fit and able bodied, as well as being able to carry people and objects more than 20kg.
  • Be able to work in hazardous conditions and extreme temperatures.
  • Be able to work in confined spaces and heights.

 

 Special conditions attached to the position: 

 

  • Required to be on stand-by
  • Required to work overtime during specified unplanned emergencies/ disasters

 

Job purpose:

Co-ordinates and supervises the procedures, support functions and operations associated with an Operational Fire District, through the implementation of laid down policies, plans, standards and operating practices that support quality, professionalism and preparedness of the fire stations to respond immediately to emergencies..

As part of the selection process, candidates may be tested on any requirement, skill or competency, which will include pre-employment screening, medical examination, security vetting and psychometric assessment. 

Fringe benefits will include membership of a Retirement Fund, Medical Aid Scheme, Group Life Assurance Scheme, participation in a Housing Subsidy and Car Schemes (subject to the conditions of the various Schemes), and normal leave and sick leave benefits.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Kindly note that all applications for employment and supporting documentation in respect of the advertised vacancies should be submitted online from the top right button on this page.

It is advisable to submit applications online in good time to allow time for attending to queries that may arise when submitting applications.

Hand delivered or mailed applications for this position will not be accepted.

Telephonic enquiries may be directed to the Receptionist, tel: 041 506 3259.


CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS: FRIDAY,  1 OCTOBER 2021 BEFORE 14h00

VACANCY 

In terms of its Employment Equity Plan, the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality is committed to employment practices that redress past imbalances in respect of race, gender, creed and disability, and as such the relevant policy will be considered during selection and placement.  

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for appointment to the under-mentioned position. Persons with a disability are encouraged to apply, unless otherwise stated in the advertisement.

INFRASTRUCTURE AND ENGINEERING DIRECTORATEFOREMAN: WASTEWATER TREATMENT

(WATER AND SANITATION)

POSITION CODE: 210189

TASK Grade 11 (R362 784 – R504 396 per annum)

(Basic salary only, excluding benefits) 

Qualifications and experience required: 

  • Appropriate level of secondary qualification.
  • A Plant Operator’s certificate.
  • A Class V Process Controller.
  • A valid Code B Driver’s Licence.
  • Experience as per Department of Water and Sanitation classification for Class V.

 Key attributes and competencies:  

  • Good supervisory skills.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Effective report writing skills.
  • High level of attention to detail.

 The successful candidate will be required to:

  • Work in all weather conditions.
  • Work shifts.
  • Be a First Aider.

 Job purpose:

 Coordinates and controls the operations of the Wastewater Treatment Works through the application of laid down procedures with respect to the monitoring, checking and correcting works performance (Treatment processes, Pumps, Machinery and Equipment), conducting of tests and analysis, controlling the activities of personnel and guidance on work procedures.

As part of the selection process, candidates may be tested on any requirement, skill or competency, which will include pre-employment screening, medical examination, security vetting and psychometric assessment. 

Fringe benefits will include membership of a Retirement Fund, Medical Aid Scheme, Group Life Assurance Scheme, participation in a Housing Subsidy and Car Schemes (subject to the conditions of the various Schemes), and normal leave and sick leave benefits.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Kindly note that all applications for employment and supporting documentation in respect of the advertised vacancies should be submitted online from the top right button on this page.

It is advisable to submit applications online in good time to allow time for attending to queries that may arise when submitting applications.

Hand delivered or mailed applications for this position will not be accepted.

Telephonic enquiries may be directed to the Receptionist, tel: 041 506 3259.


CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS: FRIDAY, 30 SEPTEMBER 2021 BEFORE 14h00

VACANCY 

In terms of its Employment Equity Plan, the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality is committed to employment practices that redress past imbalances in respect of race, gender, creed and disability, and as such the relevant policy will be considered during selection and placement.  

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for appointment to the under-mentioned position. Persons with a disability are encouraged to apply, unless otherwise stated in the advertisement.

OFFICE OF THE CITY MANAGER

 DIRECTOR: AUDIT SERVICES

(INTERNAL AUDIT AND RISK ASSURANCE)

POSITION CODE: 210188

TASK Grade 17 (R738 396 – R1 026 576 per annum)

(Basic salary only, excluding benefits)

 

THIS IS A RE-ADVERTISEMENT. PREVIOUS APPLICANTS MUST PLEASE RE-APPLY FOR THIS POSITION.

 Qualifications and experience required:  

  • Relevant tertiary qualification i.e. B.Tech in Internal Auditing or Bachelor degree in  Accounting.
  • Five to seven years’ relevant experience.
  • Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) (International qualification) or Chartered Accountant.
  • Professional membership of the IIASA.
  • Membership or Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) (added advantage).
  • Code EB Driver’s License.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word/ Excel/ PowerPoint) applications.

 Key attributes and competencies:

  •  The analysis and control dimensions associated with the key performance areas of the post dictates in depth knowledge of Audit applications and procedures and interpretative skills to formulate plans and actions of a large organisation.
  •  Must have excellent interpersonal skills. 
  • Must have excellent oral and written communication skills.

 Job purpose:

Assists the Municipal Manager in ensuring a comprehensive Internal Audit service by providing an independent objective, quality assurance and consulting Internal Audit function designed to add value and improve the Municipality's operations through continuous assessment and evaluation of internal control systems, risk management, control and governance processes to assist management in achieving their business and operational objectives. Leads, manages and organizes the key performance areas of the Internal Audit and Risk Management service functionality by setting of strategic internal audit objectives, policies and procedures. Advises and makes recommendations on improvements to, coordinates and provides an oversight role over relevant internal control and monitoring functions (compliance, legal, ethics, environmental and external audit), and provides an oversight role in forensic audits and consulting with forensic consultants.

As part of the selection process, candidates may be tested on any requirement, skill or competency, which will include pre-employment screening, medical examination, security vetting and psychometric assessment.

Fringe benefits will include membership of a Retirement Fund, Medical Aid Scheme, Group Life Assurance Scheme, participation in a Housing Subsidy and Car Schemes (subject to the conditions of the various Schemes), and normal leave and sick leave benefits.


As part of the selection process, candidates may be tested on any requirement, skill or competency, which will include pre-employment screening, medical examination, security vetting and psychometric assessment. 

Fringe benefits will include membership of a Retirement Fund, Medical Aid Scheme, Group Life Assurance Scheme, participation in a Housing Subsidy and Car Schemes (subject to the conditions of the various Schemes), and normal leave and sick leave benefits.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Kindly note that all applications for employment and supporting documentation in respect of the advertised vacancies should be submitted online from the top right button on this page.

It is advisable to submit applications online in good time to allow time for attending to queries that may arise when submitting applications.

Hand delivered or mailed applications for this position will not be accepted.

Telephonic enquiries may be directed to the Receptionist, tel: 041 506 3259.


CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS: FRIDAY, 30 SEPTEMBER 2021 BEFORE 14h00

VACANCY 

In terms of its Employment Equity Plan, the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality is committed to employment practices that redress past imbalances in respect of race, gender, creed and disability, and as such the relevant policy will be considered during selection and placement.  

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for appointment to the under-mentioned position. Persons with a disability are encouraged to apply, unless otherwise stated in the advertisement.


INFRASTRUCTURE AND ENGINEERING DIRECTORATE 

SENIOR SUPERINTENDENT

(BULK SUPPLY -LOERIE TREATMENT WORKS)

POSITION CODE: 210195

TASK Grade 12 (R408 432 – R567 852 per annum)

(Basic salary only, excluding benefits)

 

Qualifications and experience required:

  • Relevant tertiary qualification in Water Treatment
  • A Valid Code EB Driver’s License.
  • Computer literacy (in Office Applications).
  • Five years’ experience.

Key attributes and competencies: 

  • Good organisational, problem-solving and supervisory skills (essential).
  • Proficient oral and written communication skills in English and at least one other official local language.
  • Physically fit and able-bodied. As part of the selection process, incumbent will be subjected to a medical examination by the Municipality’s Wellness Centre.
  • Required to work after hours in emergency situations. 

Job purpose: 

Co-ordinates and controls the Directorate’s operations and maintenance of the Water Treatment Works through the implementation of procedures, applications systems and controls to facilities the regions with regards to an efficient and cost effective service delivery.

As part of the selection process, candidates may be tested on any requirement, skill or competency, which will include pre-employment screening, medical examination, security vetting and psychometric assessment. 

Fringe benefits will include membership of a Retirement Fund, Medical Aid Scheme, Group Life Assurance Scheme, participation in a Housing Subsidy and Car Schemes (subject to the conditions of the various Schemes), and normal leave and sick leave benefits.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Kindly note that all applications for employment and supporting documentation in respect of the advertised vacancies should be submitted online from the top right button on this page.

It is advisable to submit applications online in good time to allow time for attending to queries that may arise when submitting applications.

Hand delivered or mailed applications for this position will not be accepted.

Telephonic enquiries may be directed to the Receptionist, tel: 041 506 3259.


CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS: FRIDAY, 30 September 2021 BEFORE 14h00

 

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