Assistant Director: Mining And Mineral Policy Ref No: Dmre/2409

Gauteng, Full Time Deadline: Aug 14, 2023

Requirements :
Degree In Natural Science (Chemistry, Applied Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry) Engineering (Chemical/ Metallurgy, Geology/ Chemical Mining/ Environmental Science / Geology/ Geochemistry / Energy Studies/Llb / B Com Law, (Nqf 7) Tertiary Qualification In Policy Development Would Be An Added Advantage With A Minimum Of 3 Years’ Experience In The Mining And Mineral Sector Plus The Following Competencies, Knowledge:

Knowledge Of Policy Development Process, Detailed Knowledge Of Petroleum Sector.
Project Management. Financial Management.
Policies/ Laws Governing Petroleum Sector.
Knowledge Of The Minerals And Mining Industry. Knowledge Of The Policy Regime Affecting The Minerals And Mining Industry. Government Policy And Legislation.
Public Administration And Management Skills: Leadership. Management. Planning And Organising.
Project Management. Communication (Written And Verbal) Skills. Policy Analysis And Development.
Presentation Skills And Interpersonal Skills, Communication (Verbal, Written, Liaison),
Influencing Skills,
Negotiation Skills Thinking Demands: Problem Solving.
Innovate. Analytical.
Critical Thinking Logical.

Duties :

Identify, Develop And Review Existing/ New Policies On Mining And Mineral Sector.
Conduct Secondary Research On Mining And Mineral Policy Related Matters. Identify, Consult, And Collaborate/ Engage With Relevant Stakeholders
And Conduct Public Hearings For Public Inputs On Proposed Mining And Mineral Policies.
onduct Mining And Mineral Policy Presentations And Represent The Department At Various Forums Or Workshops On Mining Sector Policy Related Matter.
Dissemination Information And Raise Awareness On Mining And Mineral Policy Related Developments/Trends.
Monitor And Report On The Implementation Of Energy Policies And Legislations. Provide Managerial Activities.