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New Era Newspaper Friday November 24, 2017

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36 ADVERTS Friday, November 24 2017 | NEW ERA GENERAL NOTICE Vacancy Advertisement: TRUST ADMINISTRATOR Namibia Mines Investment Trust (NAM-MIT) is an equal opportunity employer that seeks to attract suitably quali- About NAM-MIT The Successful Incumbent Minimum Requirements TSUMEB TOWN PLANNING AMENDMENT SCHEME NO. 12 Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 23 of the Town Planning Ordinance 1954, (Ordinance 18 of 1954), as amended, that the Tsumeb Town Planning Amendment Scheme No. 12, has been submitted to the Minister of Urban and Rural Development for approval. Copies of the Tsumeb Town Planning Amendment Scheme No. 12 and the maps, hours at the Municipality of Tsumeb and also at the Namibia Planning Advisory Board (NAMPAB), Ministry of Urban and Rural Development, 2nd Floor, Room Any person who wishes to object to the approval of the Town Planning Scheme, should lodge objections in writing to the Secretary, Namibia Planning Advisory 19 January 2018. D. D. BEUKES CHAIRMAN NAMIBIA PLANNING ADVISORY BOARD WINDHOEK, 2017 VACANCY Civil/Structural Engineer (Windhoek) X 1 Minimum requirements and skills: o B.Sc Eng/B.Tech (legible to register/registered with ECN) o Minimum 4 years design experience in design environment (Structures and Urban Services) o Ability to work independently with less supervision o Construction Site Supervision Skills o Good Communication and Report writing Skills o Strong Knowledge of Engineering Sofwares e.g. Prokon, AutoCAD/ Civil 3D/Robot/ Revit /Civil Designer e.t.c. o Valid Driver’s License o All suitable Namibian youths are highly encouraged to apply. Responsibilities o Project Management & Contract Administration o Engineering Design and Costing o Construction supervision o Liaison with the clients and Contractors o Ensuring Quality compliance Interested candidates must send their comprehensive resume and relevant documentations in PDF format to Closing Date: 15 Dec 2017. Please quote the job title you are interested in when applying VACANCY POSITION: 13 * TEMPORARY ASSISTANTS FOR THE ONLINE APPLICATION PRIMARY PURPOSE OF THE POSITION To provide support services to student/clients at different campuses/application centers countrywide during the online application process for 2018. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Must be in possession of a diploma/degree in IT, Computer Science/ Business Information Systems at NQF Level 6. Must be in possession of a valid driver’s licence which is one (1) year and older. At least one (1) year experience with online application and customer service environment will be an added advantage. For more details on the above-mentioned post, visit Enquiries: Ms Pokati Shapwa – Tel: 061 420 623 Closing date: 1 December 2017 AT 12:00 Sponsored by

Friday, November 24 2017| NEW ERA ADVERTS 37 EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENT VICE CHANCELLOR The University of Namibia (UNAM) is a leading dynamic tertiary educational institution, whose aims and objectives, as prescribed in the University of Namibia Act (Act 18 of 1992), are in consonance with universal norms of excelling university institutions in the world. INVITATION OF APPLICATIONS The University is poised to gain an even higher national and international reputation, and to achieve an academic status of excellence, in all its functions, equivalent to that of any other top University in the world. The vacant post of Vice Chancellor at the University of Namibia being announced here, calls for dynamic applicants, capable of leading UNAM towards attaining the envisaged new heights. Interested eligible candidates are encouraged to apply for the position of Vice Chancellor at UNAM. In the interest of national capacity building, all things being equal, possession of Namibian citizenship will be an added advantage. Application deadline: 08 December 2017, 16:00 To view the full application requirements and response details visit:

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