Mineral Economist (Non-Ferrous Metals & Energy Commodities) Ref No: Dmre/2408

Gauteng, Full Time Deadline: Aug 14, 2023

Requirements :

Degree In Metallurgy, Metallurgical/ Chemical Engineering/ Mining Engineering/ Geology, Economics And Chemistry (Nqf 7), Valid Driver’s Licence With A Minimum Of 3 Years’ Relevant Experience In The Mineral And Energy Economics Field Plus

The Following Competencies, Knowledge:

Knowledge Of Mineral Commodities. Knowledge Of South Africa’s Mineral And Mining Industry Worldwide.
Knowledge Of Policies Applicable To Mineral And Mining Industries. Public Service Regulations.


Research And Evaluation Skills.
Communication Skills.
Ability To Work Independently.
Time Management. Problem Solving. Organisational Skills.
Thinking Demands: Able To Question, Analyse, Recognise Scrutinise Problems And Form Conclusion.
Able To Independently Take Appropriate Corrective Action.
Logical Thinker And Meticulous.
Ability To Analyse, Recognise Problems And Form Conclusions. Balanced Perception Of Economic Development And Trends. Innovative, Creative Thinker.

Duties :

Conduct Market Analysis And Forecast Trends In Prices, Supply And Demand. Patterns And Compile Mineral Economic Reports, Articles, And Bulletins.
Collect, Analyse And Process Local And International Mineral Related Economic Information.
Keep Track Of Mineral Returns From The Mines And Imports From Customs, And Report On The Performance Of Local Mine Production.
Analyse The Contribution On Mining And Mineral Sector In Terms Of Productivity, Labour Investment Trade And Empowerment Initiatives.
Promote Investment In The South African Mineral Industry. Provide Managerial Activities.