CITY OF TSHWANE

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONERS (20 POSITIONS) FOR A SIX-MONTH PERIOD FROM 1 OCTOBER 2020 TO 31 MARCH 2021

The City of Tshwane provides comprehensive environmental health services to local communities and internal and external clients in order to promote, preserve and improve the health and environment of the community and of Tshwane as a city. This can be achieved by employing environmental health practitioners.

QUALIFYING CRITERIA
 National Diploma: Environmental Health or equivalent qualification
 Registration with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) as an environmental health practitioner
 A valid driving licence with own vehicle
 Added advantage: Experience in municipal health services
 
PRIMARY FUNCTIONS
The environmental health practitioners are expected to work from Monday to Friday for eight hours per day within the scope of the following duties in order to ensure the implementation of an environmental health service according to policy and procedural directives:
 Food control
 Waste management
 Chemical safety
 Health surveillance of premises
 Prevention of communicable diseases
 Environmental pollution control
 Disposal of the dead
 Monitoring of water quality
 Vector control
 


REMUNERATION: R32 025 per month.

The environmental health practitioners will be contracted through a City of Tshwane contract.

Individuals who meet the qualifying criteria must express their interest by sending a brief profile of themselves, a summary of their experience, copies of their qualifications and driving licence, proof of HPCSA registration and their contact details to Thabo Nyawane at [email protected]

ENQUIRIES: Mr Jerry Motsamai (012 358 8609)

CLOSING DATE: 25 SEPTEMBER 2020

Our policy is to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race, religious belief, age, national origin, marital status, physical disability, HIV status, gender, social origin, culture, political opinion, conscience and sexual orientation. Persons living with disabilities are encouraged to apply. 
 
If applying by hard copy, please ensure that you have submitted a complete curriculum vitae with updated information related to your employment, qualification(s) and contact details, and have attached certified copies of all relevant qualifications and documents (Grade 12 certificate, identity document, tertiary diploma or degree, driving licence, trade diploma, etc).
 
If a candidate does not comply with the appointment requirement(s) of a specific post, the application will not be considered.

No late applications will be accepted and no faxed or emailed applications will be accepted. Hard copy applications must be delivered by hand to any of the regional offices noted underneath, or applicants must apply online on the City of Tshwane’s e-Recruitment system.

If you do not receive correspondence from our office within 21 days of the application closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful.

Applicants should note that they can be required to provide proof of original qualification documents during the selection process.

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