Director: Monitoring and Surveillance (Special Operations) (FIM28/2022)

By | September 15, 2022


Salary: R1 073 187 per annum, (an all-inclusive annual remuneration
package). The remuneration package includes a basic salary (70%
of package), State’s contribution to the Government Employee
Pension Fund (13% of basic salary) and a flexible portion which can
be structured according to the individual’s personal needs.
Centre(s): Cape Town (Foretrust Building)
Requirements:
• Bachelor’s degree in Law or Legal (NQF 7) or relevant and equivalent qualification
as recognized by SAQA.
• A minimum of five (5) years of experience in a middle/senior managerial position.
• Knowledge and understanding of the Marine Living Resources Act, Criminal
Procedure Act, Public Finance Management Act and National Treasury Regulations.
• Sound knowledge and understanding of all the legislation and regulations that
govern the Public Service including the Public Service Act and the Labour Relations
Act etc.
• Knowledge of government policies and priorities for the Department.
• Knowledge and understanding of the white paper on the transformation of the
public service (Batho Pele).
• Project and management skills.
• Strategic capability and leadership.
• Financial and change management.
Duties:
• Manage and promote enforcement compliance to ensure sustainable utilization of
marine resources.
• Ensure monitoring and surveillance to regulate sustainable utilization of living
marine resources.
• Manage and coordinate special monitoring and surveillance operations and ensure
that they are effectively carried out.
• Develop viable and effective enforcement structures and strategies to support
marine resources management plans to prevent the collapse of marine resources.

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