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GISC TECHNICIAN PRODUCTION GRADE A:
Branch Education Planning
PHYSICAL RESOURCE PLANNING & PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
CAPE TOWN
GISc TECHNICIAN
R316 536
Candidate GISc: R 272 745 - R 289 482 per annum Grade A: R 316 536 – R 337 791 per annum; Grade B: R358 524 – R 386 487 per annum; Grade C: R 408 075 – R 480 678 per annum. Salary), depending on years of experience after registration with the professional body.
National Diploma in GIS or equivalent qualification; Registered as a Professional GIS Technician with PLATO; Three years’ experience post qualification; Valid Drivers’ Licence; Computer literate.
Preferable experience: Similar GIS work and responsibilities within government; Candidate must be able to work independently and within a team. Need good understanding of planning how GIS and data management supports and contributes to good planning.
Candidates must perform technical GIS activities for infrastructure planning through the utilisation of education information systems and the analysis of spatial plans. Candidates must contribute to the design and management of appropriate spatial databases for infrastructure planning in line with existing education information systems. Candidates must assist with general data management and be able to use GIS equipment, software, data and products to develop maps and other end user products that can be used in reports and presentations. Successful candidates must be able to provide GIS and data management training to end users to support and improve Education Infrastructure Planning. Candidates must be able to participate in regular systems audits and the implementation of GIS standards. Candidates must undertake research in various fields to assist with the planning and implementation of education infrastructure projects. Candidates must be able to plan and manage the implementation of infrastructure projects.
Relevant experience: • Similar GIS work and responsibilities within government; • Candidate must be able to work independently and within a team. • Need good understanding of planning how GIS and data management supports and contributes to good planning.
Candidates must have the ability to: • Prepare reports and draft submissions; • Compile and edit presentations and documents; • Present presentations and conduct training; • Manage specific projects related to both GIS and infrastructure planning; Candidates must have advance computer skills, be able to manage large data sets, conduct data analysis and write-up conclusions.
Mr G Coetzee 021 467 9261
2022-06-03
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