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New Era Newspaper Friday August 18, 2017

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36 ADVERTS Friday, August 18 2017| NEW ERA Supported by: TENDER TENDER NO: DPMT17019 FABRICATION OF AUSMELT DOWNCOMER Dundee Precious Metals Tsumeb invites competent, experienced companies to tender for the fabrication of steelwork to upgrade the Dundee Ausmelt furnace downcomer. Fabrication sketches will display all necessary details and dimensions to enable fabrication of components to be completed. 1.Details of the Tender Cost per set of documents: N$ 200.00 (non-refundable) Tender Document availability: Monday, 21 August 2017, 07h00 to 16h00 Closing date for submission: Tuesday, 05 September 2017 Please submit all tender documents in a sealed envelope clearly marked: Tender No: DPMT17019 Attention: The Tender Committee, Dundee Precious Metals Tsumeb (Pty) Ltd P.O. Box 936, Tsumeb, Namibia. Submission requirements, will be defined in the tender document. Enquires pertaining to Dundee tenders can be directed to: Eryne Sichone: Tel: +264 67 223 4421, E-mail: e.sichone@dundeeprecious.com Christofina Mbangula: Tel: +264 67 223 4034, E-mail: c.mbangula@dundeeprecious.com Tender documents are to be submitted at the Tender Box at the Security Reception Office at Dundee Precious Metals Tsumeb, Smelter Road, Tsumeb. REQUEST FOR QUOTATION REFERENCE NO: 03_03-RFQ-1090 Rev.0 SUPPLY OF 11 TONE RESUABLE BULK BAGS Dundee Precious Metals Tsumeb invites competent, experienced bidders to submit quotations for supply of 11 tone reusable bulk bags. 1.Details of the Quotation Cost per set of documents: Document availability: N$ 200.00 (non-refundable) Monday, 21 August 2017, 07h00 to 16h00 Closing date for submission: Monday, 28 August 2017 Please submit all tender documents in a sealed envelope clearly marked: Reference No: 03_03-RFQ-1090 Rev.0 Attention: The Tender Committee, Dundee Precious Metals Tsumeb (Pty) Ltd P.O. Box 936, Tsumeb, Namibia. Submission requirements, will be defined in the document. Enquiries pertaining to Dundee’s request for quotation can be directed to: Alma Aipinge Tel: +264 67 223 4099, E-mail: a.aipinge@dundeeprecious.com Immanuel Dikuua Tel: +264 67 2234610, E-mail: i.dikuua@dundeeprecious.com All documents are to be submitted at the Tender Box at the Security Reception Office at Dundee Precious Metals Tsumeb, Smelter Road, Tsumeb. Vacancy – Spatial Planning Advisor Vacancy (based – Spatial in Swakopmund) Planning Advisor (based in Swakopmund) The GIZ project – Marine Spatial Management and Governance (MARISMA) of the Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem (BCLME) – supports The the GIZ Benguela project Current – Marine Convention Spatial (BCC), Management its Contracting Parties and Angola, Governance Namibia and (MARISMA) South Africa, of and the other Benguela stakeholders Current to enable Large sustainable Marine ocean development and use. This is achieved by developing capacities to implement and institutionalise Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) and describe Ecosystem (BCLME) – supports the Benguela Current Convention (BCC), its Contracting Parties Angola, Namibia and the BCLME’s The GIZ Ecologically project or Biologically – Marine Significant Spatial Marine Areas Management (EBSAs). and Governance (MARISMA) of the South Africa, and other stakeholders to enable sustainable ocean development and use. This is achieved by developing The Deutsche Benguela Gesellschaft Current für Internationale Large Marine Zusammenarbeit Ecosystem (GIZ) GmbH (BCLME) is owned by the – Federal supports Republic the of Germany Benguela and works Current worldwide in the capacities to implement and institutionalise Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) and describe the BCLME’s Ecologically or fields Convention of international cooperation (BCC), for its sustainable Contracting development Parties and international Angola, education. Namibia GIZ provides and viable, South forward-looking Africa, and solutions other for political, Biologically economic, ecological Significant and social Marine development Areas (EBSAs). a globalised world. Our corporate objective is to improve people’s lives on a sustainable basis. For this stakeholders project GIZ is seeking to to enable recruit a Spatial sustainable Planning Expert ocean to act as development National Technical Advisor and for use. Namibia This and hereby is achieved invites applications by from highly developing motivated professionals. capacities The position to implement will be located and in Swakopmund. institutionalise Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) and The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH is owned by the Federal Republic of describe the BCLME’s Ecologically or Biologically Significant Marine Areas (EBSAs). Germany Responsibilities and works and Tasks worldwide in the fields of international cooperation for sustainable development and international education. The Spatial GIZ Planning provides Advisor viable, is responsible forward-looking to facilitate, coordinate solutions and support for political, the project economic, implementation ecological in Namibia and by: social development in a globalised ▪ Providing The world. Deutsche professional Our strategic, corporate Gesellschaft policy objective and technical für Internationale is to advice improve to the MSP people’s Zusammenarbeit National lives Working on Group a sustainable (GIZ) (MSP-NWG) GmbH basis. and other is owned relevant MSP by stakeholders the throughout Federal the Republic practical MSP of process Germany implementation and works and in relation worldwide to the supporting the EBSA fields process For of international cooperation ▪ this Engage project with, advise GIZ is and seeking support to the recruit relevant a government Spatial Planning ministries and Expert institutions to act represented as National in the Technical MSP-NWG Advisor to ensure for they Namibia provide the and hereby necessary for invites sustainable MSP applications and EBSA development process from contributions highly motivated and in the international required professionals. time and quality education. The position GIZ will be provides located in viable, Swakopmund. forwardlooking ▪ Managing and solutions contributing to for the political, GIZ-internal economic, MSP and EBSA ecological process contributions and and social ensuring development they are provided in to a the globalised MSP-NWG and other stakeholders in the required time and quality Responsibilities ▪ Contributing world. Our to the and corporate processing Tasksand objective compilation of is all to contributions improve provided people’s by (non-) lives governmental on a sustainable MSP and EBSA basis. stakeholders to ensure the achievement of the goals by the country, region and project The ▪ Supporting Spatial Planning the engagement Advisor process is responsible of the MSP-NWG to with facilitate, external coordinate non-governmental and MSP support and EBSA the stakeholders project implementation to enable them to in contribute Namibia by: to For the MSP this and project EBSA processes GIZ is seeking to recruit a Spatial Planning Expert to act as National ▪ Liaising and working with other stakeholders, experts, GIZ and BCC structures as required in and for the process ▪ Providing Designing, Technical preparing, professional Advisor implementing, strategic, for evaluating Namibia policy and and drafting technical hereby minutes/reports advice invites of workshops, to applications the MSP policy National dialogues, from Working meetings highly and Group motivated other events (MSP-NWG) in the and required professionals. other time relevant and qualityThe MSP position stakeholders will be throughout located the in Swakopmund. practical MSP process implementation and in relation to the ▪ Representing the project in relevant meetings and conferences at the national and, when appropriate, at the regional level ▪ supporting Supporting knowledge EBSA management, process monitoring and evaluation and reporting Engage Responsibilities with, advise and and support Tasks the relevant government ministries and institutions represented in the MSP-NWG Required qualifications, competences and experience to ensure they provide the necessary MSP and EBSA process contributions in the required time and quality The Spatial Planning Advisor is responsible to facilitate, coordinate and support the project ▪ Managing Post-graduate and degree contributing (preferably Master’s to the degree) GIZ-internal (marine) MSP spatial, and land EBSA use or process development contributions planning (preferred), and ensuring geography they or natural are resource provided management implementation in Namibia by: ▪ to Proven the MSP-NWG track record and and at least other 3 years stakeholders of professional in the working required experience time in and (marine) quality spatial, land use or development planning and plan • Providing professional strategic, policy and technical advice to the MSP National Contributing implementation processes to the processing and compilation of all contributions provided by (non-) governmental MSP and ▪ Good understanding Working of Group relevant (marine) (MSP-NWG) spatial, land use and or development other relevant planning legislation, MSP stakeholders policies and procedures throughout in Namibia the ▪ EBSA Work experience stakeholders in the management to ensure and the implementation achievement of multi-stakeholder of the goals by projects/processes the country, region and project ▪ Supporting Proven practical capacity the as engagement team MSP player process and process team builder of the MSP-NWG and with in external relation non-governmental to the supporting MSP EBSA and EBSA process stakeholders ▪ Excellent • Engage communication, with, presentation advise and writing support skills in English the relevant government ministries and institutions ▪ to Analytical, enable strategic them and to contribute integrative thinking to the MSP and EBSA processes ▪ Liaising Very good represented and negotiation working skills, in with tailored the other to MSP-NWG a stakeholders, variety of different to ensure experts, stakeholders they GIZ and provide BCC structures the necessary as required MSP in and and for EBSA the process ▪ Finely tuned process organizational contributions skills, experience in the and required appreciation time working and hierarchical quality systems, ability to work independently, efficiently and with Designing, own initiative preparing, implementing, evaluating and drafting minutes/reports of workshops, policy dialogues, ▪ meetings Good • personal Managing and network other and within events and contributing across in the the required Namibian to the time government GIZ-internal and quality structure and MSP with other and (development) EBSA process partners contributions ▪ Proven and capacity ensuring to establish they working are relationships, provided work to and the communicate MSP-NWG with medium and other to senior stakeholders level government officials in the and required non-government Representing the project in relevant meetings and conferences at the national and, when appropriate, at the regional stakeholders ▪ level Excellent time skills and to win quality concessions ▪ Willingness • Contributing to upskill as required to the by the processing tasks to be performed Supporting knowledge management, monitoring and compilation and evaluation of all and contributions reporting provided by (non-) ▪ Ability to handle stress and remain calm under pressure with a good tolerance level for unforeseen eventualities ▪ Valid driver’s governmental license (Code B) MSP and willingness and EBSA to travel stakeholders frequently in the country to ensure and regionthe achievement of the goals by Required the qualifications, country, region competences and project and experience Project End Date: 30/04/2020 • Supporting the engagement process of the MSP-NWG with external non-governmental Closing date MSP for applications and EBSA is Monday stakeholders 11 th September 2017 to enable at 17h00. Interested them candidates, to contribute who meet to the the abovementioned MSP and requirements, EBSA should Post-graduate degree (preferably Master’s degree) in (marine) spatial, land use or development planning (preferred), submit their applications for attention: geography processes or natural resource management Human Resources Manager to: Proven • Liaising track record and working and at least with 3 other years applicationsnam@giz.de of stakeholders, professional or hand working experts, deliver to: experience GIZ and in BCC (marine) structures spatial, land as use or 88 John Meinert Street, Windhoek-West or 39 Anton Lubowski Street, Swakopmund development required planning and and for plan the process implementation (no faxes processes will be considered). Good • Designing, understanding preparing, of relevant implementing, (marine) spatial, evaluating land use or development and drafting planning minutes/reports legislation, policies of and All applications should contain an application letter, indicating availability, which should be submitted with a CV including three references only. Supporting procedures workshops, documentation in Namibia and policy references dialogues, will be requested meetings from applicants and other if and when events required. in Please the required note that no time documents and will quality be returned and only Work shortlisted candidates will be contacted. • Representing experience the the management project in and relevant implementation meetings of multi-stakeholder and conferences projects/processes at the national and, Proven when capacity appropriate, as team player at the and regional team builder level DM0201700278495 JM Excellent communication, presentation and writing skills in English Analytical, strategic and integrative thinking Very good negotiation skills, tailored to a variety of different stakeholders Finely tuned organizational skills, experience and appreciation working in hierarchical systems, ability to work independently, efficiently and with own initiative Good personal network within and across the Namibian government structure and with other (development) partners Proven capacity to establish working relationships, work and communicate with medium to senior level government officials and non-government stakeholders Excellent skills to win concessions Willingness to upskill as required by the tasks to be performed Ability to handle stress and remain calm under pressure with a good tolerance level for unforeseen eventualities Valid driver’s license (Code B) and willingness to travel frequently in the country and region Project End Date: 30/04/2020 Closing date for applications is Monday 11 th September 2017 at 17h00. Interested candidates, who meet the abovementioned requirements, should submit their applications for attention: Human Resources Manager to: applicationsnam@giz.de or hand deliver to: 88 John Meinert Street, Windhoek-West or 39 Anton Lubowski Street, Swakopmund (no faxes will be considered). All applications should contain an application letter, indicating availability, which should be submitted with a CV including three references only. Supporting documentation and references will be requested from applicants if and when required. Please note that no documents will be returned and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. NEED MORE MONEY IN YOUR POCKET? LET US RESTRUCTURE YOUR HOME LOAN. Let us restructure your current Nedbank Home Loan, for more affordable monthly repayments. If your Home Loan is financed elsewhere, let us take it over for you at no takeover costs! WELCOME HOME Get a Nedbank Home Loan today. What are you waiting for? 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Friday, August 18 2017| NEW ERA ADVERT 37 VACANCIES REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA MINISTRY OF SAFETY AND SECURITY NOTICE TO SUPPLIERS REQUEST FOR THE SUBMISSION OF COMPANY PROFILES FOR PROVISION OF GROUP INSURANCE SERVICES TO THE MINISTRY OF SAFETY AND SECURITY, PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT UNIT 1. PURPOSE To obtain Insurance companies and Insurance Brokers profiles who are interested in conducting business with The Ministry of Safety and Security in respect of providing group insurance services for the members of the Namibian Police Force. Insurance Companies and Insurance Brokers are requested to submit their relevant documentations, and clearly indicate the types of insurance services they render and it should correspond with the nature of business stated in their companies founding statement or amendment (founding statement must be attached). 2. THE INSURANCE NEEDS OF THE MINISTRY OF SAFETY AND SECURITY ARE AS FOLLOWS, BUT NOT LIMITED TO: NON CONSULTANCY SERVICES Life cover Funeral cover Disabilities Savings NB: The documents outlined below are mandatory in order to be eligible to participate: A valid Affirmative Action Compliance Certificate, proof from Employment Equity Commissioner that bidder is not a relevant employer or exemption issued in terms of Section 42 of the Affirmative Action Act, 1998; A valid Company Registration Certificate indicating shareholders and Principal business A written undertaking as contemplated in Section 138(2) of the Labour Act, 2007 An original valid Good Standing Social Security Certificate An original valid Good Standing Tax Certificate Registration Certificate with Namibia Financial Institution Supervisory Authority Act (NAMFISA) The Public Entity shall have the rights to: (a) Ask for clarifications at evaluation of company profiles and presentation (b) Reject all company profiles, if the above mentioned is not adhered to (c) Due to security reasons, vetting shall be enforced when necessary (d) Conduct site inspections at Insurance companies and Insurance Broker’s premises. A clear physical address and contact details must be provided. Administrative Enquiries: Commissioner A. Nelumbu Tel: 061- 2093311 Closing date for submission: 30 August 2017 Time: 14h00 Delivery address: NAMIBIAN POLICE FORCE, PROCUREMENT AND LOGISTICS, 21 BISMARCK STREET Career Opportunity at NAMIBIA AIRPORTS COMPANY The Namibia Airports Company is a wholly State-owned company established in terms of the NAC Act (Act no. 25 of 1998) and governed by the State-owned Enterprises Act (Act no.2 of 2006) and companies Act (Act no.28 of 2004), to undertake the operation, management and control of certain aerodromes in Namibia, and to provide for incidental matters. Suitably qualified and highly motivated candidates are invited to apply for the following positions: LEADING FIRE AND RESCUE OFFICER 1 X POSITION: ONDANGWA AIRPORT JOB GRADE (C3) The incumbent reports to the Chief Fire and Rescue Purpose of this position: To provide and ensure maximum fire and emergency rescue operations services by managing the Fire Station at the airport, controlling the fire- and general safety situation, handling accidents and emergencies at the airport and immediate environment. Job competencies include: Staff Inspections. Routine Fire Proactive-ness. Fleet Conditions. Training and Coaching. Staff Physical Fitness. Drills and Event Simulations. Work Instructions New Employee Induction Control Room Operations. Wildlife Control Program Interdepartmental Liaison Disaster Preparedness Risk Assessment and Mitigation Delegation of duties Compliance Management Quality Management BOSH ( Basic Occupational Safety and Health) Auxiliary Facilities Educational Requirements/Experience Grade 12 plus Fire Fighter 2 (Hazmat Operations) or equivalent qualifications and at least 2-3 years firefighting experience or related applicable experience. Basic life support Radiotelephonic license Computer Literacy Diploma in Fire Fighting (IFE International Fire Engineers; 2 years) (Added Advantage) Supervisory Experience (Added Advantage) Required Specialization and Certification Prescribed fire and rescue training. Code-C license Physical and medical fitness Personal Competencies: Good understanding of aviation industry, aircraft and airport operations. Good knowledge of airport, aviation fire and rescue rules, regulations, laws and such relevant principles, concepts and methodologies. Knowledge of the handling of fire and rescue equipment, tools and facilities required for safe and efficient operations of the airport. Knowledge of aviation fire and rescue practices, occupational hazards, and fire and rescue techniques required at the airport. Good knowledge of the fire behavior Able to communicate well and motivate teams members Ability to analyze and understand the incident scene and the ability to manage such situation. Analytical, decisive and problem solving skills Demonstrate aptitude for learning new technologies Ethical conduct and high integrity Ability to train and develop employees and conduct user training. Ability to undertake research and benchmarking exercise Closing date for applications: 01 st September 2017 Applications accompanied by a detailed Curriculum Vitae (including career path to date, and references), and non-returnable certified copies of qualifications, certificates, transcripts and identity document should be forwarded to: THE STRATEGIC EXECUTIVE: HUMAN RESOURCES Namibia Airports Company Windhoek Head Office, 154 Independence Avenue Sanlam Centre, 5 th Floor P O Box 23061, Windhoek, Telephone number: (061) 295 5000 or (061) 295 5049 E-mail and faxed applications shall not be considered. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. No documents will be returned to unsuccessful candidates SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES EIGHTY (80) SCHOLARSHIPS OPPORTUNITIES TO STUDY AT NANTONG VOCATIONAL UNIVERSITY, JIANGSU PROVINCE, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA – SEPTEMBER 2017 INTAKE The Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund is inviting Namibians to apply for scholarship to study at Nantong Vocational University, Jiangsu Province in China towards a three (3) year Vocational Diploma with an additional one (1) year Chinese Language in the following areas: HOW TO APPLY Submit an ONLINE APPLICATION by visiting NSFAF WEBSITE: http://www.nsfaf.fund/ DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: 25 AUGUST 2017 School Major Enrollment School of Electronics and Information Internet of Things 10 Engineering School of Arts and Design Advertisement Design or Interior Design 10 School of Management (Business and Logistics 10 Finance) School of Chemical and Biological Technology in Environmental 10 Engineering Engineering School of Mechanical Engineering Technology in Mechanical Engineering 10-15 School of Civil Engineering Technology in Civil Engineering 30 www.nsfaf.fund

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