GreenCape is hiring! We are looking for a Senior Water Analyst
Apr 8, 2022
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GreenCape is hiring!
We are looking for a Senior Water Analyst to join our Water Programme. Download the full job advert here.
The Water Programme
The Water Programme’s goal is to increase job creation and investment into water technology and services, and to improve water resource productivity. We achieve this through a number of different activities: we perform demand creation activities (such as supporting businesses to become more water efficient and resilient); we provide support to the water sector (such as collecting and disseminating market intelligence and supporting innovation and entrepreneurship); and we support improvements in resource productivity (through, for example, our analytical work into the economic impacts of water availability).
The Senior Water Analyst role is predominantly about building and maintaining key relationships between actors across the value chain, growing our understanding of the space, identifying and unlocking barriers to investments and, most importantly, providing key industry players with valuable and objective market insights - all of which aligns itself with GreenCape’s mandate of unlocking investment opportunities and creating jobs. This will be achieved through meeting with with various industry players, participating in industry events and a variety of government forums, and through contributing to relevant sector projects and research reference groups.
The Senior Water Analyst will gather and disseminate information required by investors to make informed investment decisions. The Senior Water Analyst needs to possess the analytical skills required to assess the market potential that these opportunities represent, and to prioritise time and effort towards high-potential opportunities.
The Senior Water Analyst falls within GreenCape’s Water and Sustainable Agriculture Programme and the Analyst will report directly to the Programme Lead. This role will focus on our work across South Africa, which will include the work in Mpumalanga and the capacitation of the Mpumalanga Green Cluster Agency, and therefore the successful candidate must be willing to travel locally.
Contract length and remuneration
This is a full-time contract position, until 31 March 2023. This contract will be renewed to a longer duration subject to GreenCape’s standard contracting conditions. Contract renewal will depend on performance and the HR requirements of the organisation at the time. There will be a three-month probation period for this position.
Remuneration will be market-related, with the recognition that GreenCape is a not-for-profit organisation. A medical aid contribution is offered as an employee benefit. Offers made will take qualifications, experience and level of responsibility into account.
Queries can be submitted via email to the Human Resources Manager via firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submitting applications is 18 April 2022.
Applications must include:
- All applicants must complete the GreenCape online application form. You can complete the
application form by accessing this link.
- A letter of motivation.
- A detailed curriculum vitae (CV).
- Copies of academic transcripts.
- Proof of eligibility to work in South Africa (copy of SA ID or work permit).
Candidates who are shortlisted will be required to take part in interviews from 20 April 2022. Candidates who have not heard from GreenCape by 31 May 2022 should consider their application unsuccessful.
To download the full job advert, click here.
Please note, GreenCape reserves the right not to appoint this position. Furthermore, it also reserves the right to change the role in response to applicant abilities and interests. Preference will be given to designated groups and people with disabilities. All appointments will be done in accordance with our Employment Equity plan.