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We are hiring: AASA PCILL Anglo School Food Gardens Coordinator

AASA PCILL Anglo Schools Food Gardens Provincial Coordinator Position: Kumba - Kolomela Mine and Sishen Mine

Anglo American South Africa and Kumba, -  Kolomela Mine – Sishen Mine in partnership with the Department of Basic Education have launched the Anglo American South African Education Programme, a core part of Anglo American’s Sustainable Mining Plan.

The goal of the Programme is to improve the educational outcomes of learners in communities local to Kumba Kolomela Mine and Sishen Mine, Northern Cape.

The JET Food Garden Initiative will coordinate the establishment of school food and nutrition gardens in AASA Primary Schools as well as helping to establish household food gardens in the local communities. These school food and nutrition gardens are aimed at supplementing the school food nutrition programme and to be used as outside classroom for curriculum integration.

JET seeks to appoint 1 x AASA PCILL  Anglo Schools Food Garden Provincial Coordinator local to the following area: Kumba, Kolomela Mine and Sishen Mine, Northern Cape who will manage, support and assist Facilitators to establish school food and nutrition gardens in all AASA Primary Schools as well as helping to establish household food gardens in the local communities.  This is going 10 days per month contract starting in July 2022 and ending on 30 June 2023.

Responsibilities will include the following:
Job Description of AASA PCILL Anglo School Food Gardens Provincial Coordinator:
o Manage the Facilitators for AASA Primary Schools in Kumba Kolomela Mine and Sishen Mine, Northern Cape;
o Support and assist the Facilitators with the implementation of the school food garden initiative;
o Provide onsite and remote facilitator support;
o Track, monitor and report on delivery and establishment of school food and nutrition gardens;
o Work collaboratively with the JET PC’s and Facilitators;
o Develop and Maintain working relationship with all stakeholders (to enable co-operation, collaboration & efficient flow of communication);
o Direct over sight;
o Reporting;
o Guide and assist the Facilitators;
o Manage risks ;
o Visit the Business Units at least once a term.

Selection Criteria:
• B.Ed Degree  or equivalent qualification with at least 5 years’ experience with a proven track record’;
• Be able to build relationships and communicate effectively;
• Be competent in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point required for submitting reports;
• Be available to attend AASA Collaborative and LMC meetings;
• Be comfortable to report on progress to the AASA Anglo School Food Garden PM;
• Be able to work well with teachers, learners and gardeners,
• Be flexible to travel and stay over, as may be required,
• Be available on weekdays, during school hours and afternoons, as well as certain Saturdays and Holidays;
• Be passionate about gardening,
• Be flexible to travel and stay over, as may be required;
• Be open to introduce innovative methods to establish thriving school food and nutrition gardens;
• Be able to manage Facilitators for AASA Primary Schools in Kumba (1 Facilitator per Operation);
• Hold a valid driver’s license, own a functional car with comprehensive insurance

All shortlisted candidates will be subjected to independent relevant reference checks.

**The selected candidate will receive an annual salary of R 150 00 0p.a.( 10 days of work per month) with a quarterly travel allowance.

Preference will be given to local candidates (attached proof of residence). Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for a telephonic interview. If you have not been contacted within a month after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

Applications must be submitted online via this form: https://forms.gle/QC5o3nhtYKYoSL3SA no later than 30 June 2022, 23h00.  Late applications will not be considered

 
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