PROJECT COORDINATOR: TENURE REFORM IMPLEMENTATION REF
Directorate: District Office
SALARY : R477 090 per annum (Level 10)
CENTRE : Northern Cape (Namakwa)
Applicants must be in possession of a Grade 12 Certificate and a National
Diploma in the field of Humanities / Social Science or Law (LLB). 3 years’
experience in a land reform related environment.
Job related knowledge:
Thorough knowledge of land tenure security matters, Transformation of Certain
Rural Areas Act (TRANCRA) and Upgrading of Land Tenure Rights Act
Job related skills:
Communication skills (excellent verbal and written
communication skills), Negotiation and conflict resolution skills, Strategic
management and leadership skills,
Project Management skills, Networking
skills, Team management skills, People management skills, Customer and
client focus skills and Statistical forecasting skills. A valid driver’s licence and
willingness to travel.
DUTIES : Implement the Extension of Security of Tenure (ESTA) Programmes.
to all queries in ESTA accordingly. Liaise with Justice Ministry, Game Farmers,
Department of Environmental Affairs, Conventional Farmers / Farm owners,
Department of Labour, Farm Dwellers and Local Municipalities on ESTA /
Labour Tenants Act (LTA).
Develop a database for monitoring and evaluation
of interventions processes of all cases. Conduct training workshops of staff and
role players in the Land Reform.
Assist staff in the District Office to incorporate
changes in Land Reform Policy and procedures to their planning and
implementation. Attend workshops and meetings on the implementation of
relevant Act continually.
Implement the Interim Protection of Land Rights
Interventions. Respond to all queries related to Interim Protection of Informal
Land Rights Act (IPILRA). Protect the rights of people living in a communal
land. Conduct training workshops to role players. Implement Labour Tenants
Address LTA that have been lodged. Categorise LTA cases
according to claimant’s choice when required. Implement Transformation of
Certain Rural Areas Act Programmes. Prepare transformation process.
Facilitate the gazetting and notices process. Gather information. Facilitate the
effected decision and approval.
Compile executing report. Implement Land
Title Adjustment Act Programmes. Conduct investigations. Prepare terms of
reference. Compile reports. Implement Upgrading of Land Tenure Rights Act
Programmes. Develop land profile. Consult stakeholders. Compile a report.
ENQUIRIES : Ms T Oliphant Tel No: (053) 830 4056
APPLICATIONS : Applications can be submitted by post to Private Bag X5007, Kimberley, 8302
or hand delivered to: 6th floor, New Public Building, Knight and Stead Street,
NOTE : Coloured, Indian, and White males and Coloured, Indian and White females
and Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.