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APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED FROM SUITABLY QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED CANDIDATES FOR APPOINTMENT AS A CHAIRPERSON OF THE STATUTORY APPEAL COMMITTEE OF THE COUNCIL FOR THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT (CBE)

Closing Date: 12 February 2021 at 10:00

The CBE has the statutory mandate to decide appeals lodged by any person aggrieved by a decision of any of the Councils for the Built Environment Professions listed above. The CBE is obligated by its enabling legislation to appoint an Appeal Committee to conduct appeals in terms of section 33 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa (Act No. 208 of 1996). It is required of the Appeal Committee to decide appeals within 60 days of lodgement.

The Appeal Committee consists of three members. Legislation has further prescribed that one of the members of the Appeal Committee must be a person qualified in law who has appropriate experience. This member will be appointed as the Chairperson of the Appeal Committee.

The duties and the scope of work of a Chairperson of the Appeal Committee include, but are not limited to:

  1. ensuring that all appeals are conducted in accordance with section of 33 of the Constitution of South Africa
  2. ensuring that all appeals are decided, with fully motivated reasons, within 60 days of lodgment and furnished to the CBE
  3. directing the activities of the Appeal Committee to achieve items i and ii above

Due to the nature of the appointment, the applicant must demonstrate leadership qualities, integrity, independence, dedication and should possess good communication skills, analytical ability and independent judgement. The applicant must further possess and demonstrate the following academic qualifications, experience and competencies:

  1. Bachelor of Law degree
  2. Seven (7) years post admission experience as an Attorney or Advocate
  3. Knowledge of Constitutional and Administrative Law
  4. Understanding of the CBE Act and legislation that governs the six professional councils in relation to which appeals may arise

The successful applicant will be remunerated at a rate of R 1800 per hour excluding Value Added Tax (VAT). Travel expenses will be reimbursed additionally. This appointment will be for a period of 12 (twelve) months.

Applications setting out a motivation as to why the applicant is qualified to be appointed, must be accompanied by an updated curriculum vitae as well as certified copies of an identity document and qualifications. Applicants are further required to provide evidence that they have previously served as a presiding officer and adjudicated hearings or appeals by submitting at least two copies of rulings/judgements handed down.

Suitably qualified candidates are required to forward their applications to:

Ms P Mdlalose

Chief Executive Officer

Council for the Built Environment

E-mail: appealscommittee@cbe.org.za

For enquiries please contact:

Mr Malesela Lekoto

Tel: (012) 346-3985 / 0722077577

Email: Edward@cbe.org.za

APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED FROM SUITABLY QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED CANDIDATES FOR APPOINTMENT AS A MEMBER OF THE STATUTORY APPEAL COMMITTEE OF THE COUNCIL FOR THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT (CBE)

Closing Date: 12 February 2021 at 10:00

The CBE has the statutory mandate to decide appeals lodged by any person aggrieved by a decision of any of the Councils for the Built Environment Professions (CBEP) listed above. The CBE is obligated by its enabling legislation to appoint an Appeal Committee to conduct appeals in terms of section 33 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa (Act No. 208 of 1996). It is required of the Appeal Committee to decide appeals within 60 days of lodgement.

The Appeal Committee consists of three members. Legislation has further prescribed that one of the members of the Appeal Committee must be a person registered as a professional with any of the CBEP.

The duties and the scope of work for a member of the Appeal Committee includes, but are not limited to:

  1. reviewing documents submitted by the parties for an appeal
  2. attending appeal hearings and committee meetings
  3. providing expert opinion to the Appeal Committee, in writing if required by the Chairperson of the Appeal Committee
  4. performing any other duties as directed by the Chairperson of the Appeal Committee

Due to the nature of the appointment, the applicant must demonstrate leadership qualities, integrity, independence, dedication and must possess good communication skills, analytical ability and independent judgement. The applicant must possess the following academic qualifications, experience and competence:

  1. Registration as a professional with any of the six CBEP
  2. Seven (7) years post professional registration experience
  3. Knowledge of the legislation governing the various professions and councils in relation to which appeals may arise
  4. Ability to provide expert opinion, based on oral and written evidence submitted, in support of an appeal

Applicants must further not be a Council or Committee member of any of the CBEP.

The successful applicant will be remunerated at a rate of R 1500 per hour excluding Value Added Tax (VAT). Travel expenses will be reimbursed additionally. The term of appointment is twelve (12) months.

Applications motivating why the applicant is qualified to be appointed must be accompanied by a curriculum vitae, certified copies of an identity document and qualifications as well as two copies of written expert opinions previously delivered.

Suitably qualified candidates are required to forward their applications to:

Ms P Mdlalose

Chief Executive Officer

Council for the Built Environment
E-mail: appealscommittee@cbe.org.za

For enquiries please contact:

Mr Malesela Lekoto

Tel: (012) 346-3985 / 0722077577

Email: Edward@cbe.org.za