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Plant Trainee - Operations

Posting date : 05/04/2024

Requisition ID : 25720


Plant Trainee - Operations

1.  POSITION DETAILS:

Position Title:

Plant Trainee: Field Operator – (18 Months Fixed Term Contract)

Reports to:

Operations Manager

Department:

Operations

Location

Dedisa Peaking Power Plant, Port Elizabeth

CLOSING DATE

12 April 2024

 

2.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Be trained and developed in assisting the Shift Charge Engineer to supervise and oversee daily plant operations and maintenance in the Operations Shift Team in order to ensure that operational targets are achieved safely, efficiently and within the company rules and procedures, OEM guidelines, legal, environmental, contractual and other requirements;
  • Assist to establish the appropriate procedures and computerized maintenance management processes as applicable to a prudent operation management, in particular the permit to work system;
  • Ensures correct operational line-up and local operation of the systems;
  • Unloads fuel tankers in a safe manner;
  • Understands and adheres to all Plant Safety Guidelines and Procedures. Strives to maintain an injury-free environment;
  • Understands and masters the Plant Emergency Handling Procedures;
  • Participates in the Plant Training and Qualification Program;
  • Ensures control of the plant process and electrical distribution through the plant Distributed Control System (DCS) and other process control devices;
  • Assists in scheduling daily maintenance actions, plant configuration changes and varying power generation levels;
  • Monitors plant chemistry and chemicals handling;
  • Identifies problems with plant equipment and clearly communicates the conditions associated with these problems to the Shift Charge Engineer / Plant Maintenance Team;
  • Ensures the completion of shift round checklists, routine daily/weekly/monthly test checklists and equipment change-over checklists, etc.;
  • Coordinates with the Shift Charge Engineer and Operation Engineer;
  • Submits the necessary reports and recommendations to the Shift Charge Engineer concerning equipment/plant status and/or any problems;
  • Maintaining high standards of management, ethics and leadership;

3. MODUS OPERANDI:

  • The Job Holder works as a trainee within the operations department and reports to the Operation Manager.

4. COMMUNICATION AND WORKING RELATIONSHIPS:

  • The Job Holder will work and communicate with:
  • Internal: Maintenance, Operation and HSE Departments;
  • • The Job Holder must communicate with his own team (other Operators), the maintenance technicians and Contractors as necessary.

 

3.  QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS:

Essential Qualifications:

  • An accredited Technical Diploma or Degree

Experience:

• Experience in the operation of a power plant will be ideal;

• Communication skills

• Use of safe systems of work

• Use of computerized management systems

• Reporting

Skills:

Behavioural:

• Drive to achieve results through himself and others

• Ability to work with multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary staff

• Ability to work together with the other departments in order to achieve the best result for the company

• Take ownership

• Self-starter

• Ability to manage self-study and development program in order to complete self-passed learning schedule which will also include research.

• Maintains high ethics standard

• Respects the others as well as the cultural diversity

• Ability to create a climate of open communication on personal and professional issues

• Safety , quality and environmental awareness and managing according to quality standards and procedures

• Innovation, vision, creativity, taking initiative, problem solving and decision making

• Ability to build effective relationships with key stakeholders

 

Language:

• English Language: excellent communication skills both written and verbal.

• Afrikaans/Zulu/Xhosa is an advantage.

 

IT & Systems:

• Computer literate: must have a high degree of skill in Business Computing Applications such as Databases, Word Processors, Spreadsheets, PowerPoint, and Enterprise Resource Planning applications (Maximo/ SAP or equivalent).

 

4. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Adheres to the Company Policies and Procedures
  • Behaves in a responsible way
  • Lives the values of the company;
  • Undertakes other duties as may be requested within reason.
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Trainee Mechanical Technician

Posting date : 04/04/2024

Requisition ID : 25639


Trainee Mechanical Technician

1.  JOB DETAILS:

Position Title:

Trainee - Mechanical Technician (18 Months Fixed Term Contract) – AVON PLANT

Reports to:

Mechanical Engineer

Department:

Maintenance

Closing Date:

11 April 2024

 

2.  JOB PURPOSE:

  • To train as a mechanical technician, to undertake a structured training program of practical work in order to gain the required skills and knowledge to support the maintenance team.

 

  • To ensure plant Mechanical equipment is maintained as per procedures documented in the Maintenance Management System (Maximo) and as per instructions of the Mechanical Engineer;

 

  • To assist Mechanical Engineer ensuring that all Mechanical equipment is well maintained and all notifications of planned and unplanned work are completed on time.

 

3.  KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

Description

  • Observing, learning and understanding a wide range of engineering skills and processes while under the instruction of skilled technical staff.
  • To be able to demonstrate these skills and processes as the training period progresses by working independently or with a team, to undertake tasks as instructed and increasing overall contribution to the maintenance department.
  • Learning and understanding the importance of Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) within the workspace.
  • Participate in the site HSE programs.
  • To develop the ability to read technical drawings and process and instrumentation diagrams (P&ID’s)
  • To develop the skills to construct or modify apparatus and instruments from verbal instructions and drawings to a high degree of precision.
  • To learn how to maintain workshop and plant equipment and to perform repairs.
  • To maintain a logbook over the duration of the training period, recording projects that have been undertaken and the skills learned.
  • To maintain and to ensure general good housekeeping of the workplace and workshop areas.
  • To maintain a smart appearance and to act in a professional and respectful manner at all times.
  • Participate to fault finding activities as necessary along with the maintenance team to determine failure conditions and to perform the required repairs;
  • Undertakes other duties as may be expected within reason.
  • Assumes ownership of plant Mechanical equipment and strives to keep them in the best possible condition

 

 

 

 

4.  JOB CONTEXT:

 

  • The Job Holder will be based at Avon Peaking Power Plant
  • Peakers Operations (Pty) Ltd (“the Company”) operates two open cycle peaking power facilities through its O&M Agreements with the Owners of Dedisa Peaking Power Pty Ltd and Avon Peaking Power Pty Ltd;

 

  • Dedisa Peaking Power Plant and Avon Peaking Power Plant has capacity of 342 MW and 685 MW respectively;

 

  • The Company is fully owned by ENGIE with registered office: Block E, Lincolnwood Office Park, Woodlands Drive, Woodmead, 2191, Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa;

 

  • The Owner Company is 38% owned by ENGIE, 25% by Mitsui, 27% by BEE SPV and 10% by BBBEE SPV;

 

  • The projects are Independent Peaking Power Generation projects, having a 15 years Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Eskom Holdings as a single off-taker

 

 

5.  COMMUNICATION AND WORKING RELATIONSHIPS:

The Job Holder will work and communicate with:

  • Internal: The Maintenance, Operation and HSE Department;
  • The Job Holder must communicate with their own team (other Mechanical Technicians), Mechanical Engineer and Contractors as necessary.

 

6.  QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS:

Essential Qualifications:

  • An accredited Mechanical Eng National Diploma or Degree Mechanical Engineering/ N6 with trade test certificate.

 

 

Experience:

  • At least 1 to 2 years’ experience
  • Use of computerized systems (Databases, Word Processors, Spreadsheets, PowerPoint)
  • Experience in the maintenance of a power plant is an advantage.
  • Theoretical, practical training an added advantage

Language:

 

  • English Language: excellent communication skills both written and verbal
  • Afrikaans/Zulu/Xhosa is an added advantage

 

 

7. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Adheres to the Company Policies and Procedures
  • Behaves in a responsible way
  • Lives the values of the company;
  • Undertakes other duties as may be expected within reason.
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Operations Manager

Posting date : 04/04/2024

Requisition ID : 25574


Operations Manager

1.  POSITION DETAILS:

Position Title:

Operation Manager – AVON Plant

Reports to:

Plant Manager

Department:

Operations

Closing date:

11 April 2024

 

2.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Day to day efficient management of all plant operation activities through a team of site based staff according to good utility practice, dispatch instructions, the company rules and procedures, OEM guidelines, legal, environmental, contractual and other requirements;

 

  • Responsible for company safety rules and Permit-to-Work system and driving the safety culture

 

  • Development of the short and long term operation strategy for the plant and the development of capable staff to support that strategy;

 

  • Ensure the operation department staff is selected, mobilized and maintained as required;

 

  • Determine and schedule the resources and requirements for each activity;
  • Ensure that the plant meets safety, availability, reliability, efficiency, generation and budget targets. Communication with load dispatch and fuel dispatch as per Grid Code;
  • Ensures reporting as per contractual and business requirement;

 

  • Responsible for the operations QA/QC and root cause analysis program;

 

  • Administer the safe systems of work through a computerized management program;

 

  • Establish, implement and monitor the adherence to operations procedures and routines;

 

  • Development, achievement and reporting of operation KPI’s and objectives in line with the Business Plan;

 

  • Efficient management of resources, supplies and consumables while controlling the risks to the business;

 

  • Key role in management of the plant operation aspect of all contracts, especially the O&M agreement with the Owner;

 

  • Efficient management of resources, supplies and consumables;

 

  • Establish, implement and monitor a detailed plant thermal efficiency monitoring;

 

  • Prepare, control, analyse and report on the yearly and long term budget and business plan for the operation dept. to the various stakeholders through reporting KPI’s;

 

  • Ensure reporting to all stakeholders as required;

 

  • Coordinate operation activities with administration, maintenance, finance, and Health, Safety and Environment departments

 

  • Establish and facilitate training programs for individual development and competence within the operation department;

 

  • Organize performance evaluation and succession planning for key staff in the operation department;

 

  • Adherence and active participation in establishing, implementing and executing Quality, Health, Safety and Environment policies and standards;

 

  • Maintaining high standards of management, ethics and leadership;

 

  • Continuously improve systems and procedures based on experience

 

 

3.  HEALTH & SAFETY:

 

  • The Job Holder will work in a controlled hazardous environment.

 

Work Levels and Conditions and Risks:

  • Work Level 5 (OSHA scale 1 to 6): the tasks that he performs as part of their daily work activities represent risks and are controlled by means of procedures, supervision, safety devices and HSE Teams in such a way that its non-observance that could lead to a serious accident or even death.

 

Exposure to Risks:

  • Traffic risks, ergonomic risks;
  • Risks inherent to the job of the Operations Manager while performing inspections, site visits, operations and maintenance activities, etc.

 

Personal Protective Equipment:

  • Hard hat/safety helmet;
  • Ear protection (plugs or ear muffs);
  • Safety glasses;
  • Safety shoes;
  • Cotton work wear;
  • Safety Gloves;

 

Recommended HPE (Health Protection Equipment):

  • Ergonomic office equipment;

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.  JOB CONTEXT:

 

  • Peakers Operations (“the Company”) operates two open cycle peaking power facilities through its O&M Agreements with the Owners of Dedisa Peaking Power Pty Ltd and Avon Peaking Power Pty Ltd;

 

  • Dedisa Peaking Power Plant and Avon Peaking Power Plant has capacity of 342 MW and 685 MW respectively;

 

  • The Company is fully owned by ENGIE with registered office: Block E, Lincolnwood Office Park, Woodlands Drive, Woodmead, 2191, Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa;

 

  • The Owner Company is 38% owned by ENGIE, 25% by Mitsui, 27% by BEE SPV and 10% by BBBEE SPV;

 

  • The projects are Independent Peaking Power Generation projects, having a 15 years Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Eskom Holdings as a single off-taker;

 

  • The Job Holder will be based at the Facility.  

 

 

5.  MODUS OPERANDI:

  • The Job Holder works as head of the operation department of the Facility and reports to the Plant Manager.

 

6.  COMMUNICATION AND WORKING RELATIONSHIPS:

The Job Holder will work and communicate with:

  • Internal: The Facility Manager, Finance, Administration, Maintenance, Health, Safety and Environment;
  • External:
  • Owner, through the O&M agreement
  • Regional offices of the shareholders
  • Govt. Authorities as required
  • Other Contractual Counterparties, Contractors, Suppliers, Equipment Manufacturers and Vendors.

 

7.  FRAMEWORKS, BOUNDARIES AND DECISION-MAKING AUTHORITY:

  • Operates within the approved budgetary limits and assigned authorities;
  • Approves expenses incurred by team members in the course of performing their duties in accordance with the established Policies.
  • Is part of the approval process for purchase orders, payments, contracts and master data as defined in the Company delegation of authorities, processes, policies and procedures

 

8.  JOB DIMENSIONS:

Number of staff supervised:

Approximate number of Direct Reports:

  • 14

Position titles of Direct Reports:

  • 4 Shift Charge Engineers
  • 4 Operation Engineers
  • 4 Field Operators
  • 1 Plant Chemist
  • 1 Assistant Plant Operator

Budget

Accountable for:

  • Operation budget

 

 

 

 

 

 

9.  QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS:

Essential Qualifications:

 

  • An accredited Mechanical/Electrical Engineering degree
  • Registration as Profession. Engineer an added advantage
  • Relevant management qualification (MDP) is an added advantage
  • Demonstrated competence at engineering level supported by relevant education and training

 

 

Experience:

 

  • At least 10 year experience in the operation of a large power plant
  • Knowledge and experience of Gas Turbine operation, v94.2 Siemens or Ansaldo units preferred.
  • Leading and managing people
  • Use of safe systems of work
  • Use of computerized management system
  • Engineering concepts and principles
  • Knowledge and application of OHS Act and other relevant Safety regulations
  • Interaction with purchasing, finance and accounting, maintenance, administration
  • Budget control and reporting

 

 

 

Skills:

Behavioral:

  • Drive to achieve results through himself and others
  • Ability to build and work with multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary staff
  • Ability to work together with the other departments in order to achieve the best result for the company
  • Take ownership
  • Maintains high ethics standard
  • Motivation and leadership of team and individual team members
  • Respects the others as well as the cultural diversity
  • Seek, organize and exchange information for decision making  and problem solving
  • Ability to create a climate of open communication on personal and professional issues
  • Ability to work autonomously, prioritizing tasks and activities in line with business objectives
  • Quality and environmental awareness and managing according to quality standards and procedures
  • Innovation, vision, creativity, taking initiative, problem solving and decision making
  • A pro-active approach to planning and decision making
  • Ability to build effective relationships with key stakeholders

 

Language:

 

  • English Language: excellent communication skills both written and verbal;
  • Afrikaans/Zulu is an advantage

 

IT:

 

  • Computer literate: must have a high degree of skill in Business Computing Applications such as Databases, Word Processors, Spreadsheets, PowerPoint and Enterprise Resource Planning applications (Maximo/SAP or equivalent);

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Adheres to the Company Policies and Procedures
  • Behaves in a responsible way
  • Lives the values of the company;
  • Undertakes other duties as may be requested within reason.
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O&M Procurement Officer

Posting date : 27/03/2024

Requisition ID : 25173


O&M Procurement Officer

O&M Procurement Officer

 

PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

  • Provide procurement support to all South African operational entities across a defined set of categories, assets, owners and O&M companies.
  • Implement the defined short and medium term procurement strategy with all concerned departments.
  • Consolidate the requirements from the entities, consult the market, identify opportunities to implement framework agreements and work closely with entities to place contracts and purchase orders.
  • Execute the sourcing events. Run the full process from start to finish.
  • Identity business synergies between the operating entities.
  • Support assets during the construction phase of the plants.
  • Coordinate entities’ needs by activity in compliance with Category Management and Hub/Entity Procurement organizations, rules and governance.
  • Contribute to achieving the department savings and performance targets.
  • Work closely with the H&S teams at the sites to implement the Engie minimum HSE standards for all sub-contractors.
  • Enforce the Group procurement policy and governance when procuring all goods and services.
  • Support the warehouse stock, inventory, ordering, and replenishment process for the entities in the scope.
  • Ensure good relations with suppliers and vendors and build up a vendor database;
  • Support the implementation and roll out of digital tools for procurement such as the ERP system;
  • Assist with procurement reporting and data collection as and when required.
  • Develop local suppliers and ensure compliance to the Economic Development objectives of the operational entities.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

 

Help internal clients to formalise / express their needs

  • Assist with and optimising procurement requests.
  • Clarify and challenge the details of these requests.

Ensure the procurement is completed at the best conditions (cost, quality, lead time & payment terms)

Within the framework of the procurement category policy produced for a Group category:

•            Based on requirements, identify the budget and establish tender assessment criteria.

•            Issue RFP’s for tenders / requests for quotation among target suppliers.

In other cases, manage the whole Procurement process:

•            Based on requirements, identify the budget and establish tender assessment criteria and procedure.

•            Scan the market to identify potential suppliers.

•            Roll out the tender process.

•            Identify, analyse, evaluate, execute and document and exception (emergencies and urgencies) to the process with the proper authorisations.

Negotiate the specific terms and conditions with the suppliers.

Finalise the supplier and prepare the contract / purchase order.

 

Ensure proper execution of the contract / purchase order

  • Ensure Purchase orders / contracts are approved according to the Procurement delegation.
  • Assist internal stakeholders to ensure the supplier performs its obligations.
  • Monitor supplier disputes with internal stakeholders.
  • Measure operational and economic performance of the supplier (including CSR).

Co-ordinate with suppliers and internally

  • Interact / co-ordinate the network of PO agents and requestors
  • Implement in the procedures and tools and deploy internally new signed contracts
  • Manage supplier relationships

Reporting and feedback

  • Provide reliable and comprehensive reports and feedback, in order to improve the efficiency of the procurement strategy and supplier performance plan.
  • Contribute to the performance plan.

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

Qualification & Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in procurement or supply chain.
  • 5 years’ functional experience covering procurement, supply chain and logistics.
  • Experience in operational procurement preferably in power plants.
  • CIPS level 4 or higher is preferred.

 

Technical  Knowledge

  • Strong autonomy
  • Team player
  • Good analytical skills
  • Fluent in English
  • Experience in negotiation
  • Good organisation and communication skills
  • Pays attention to detail
  • Good knowledge of digital tools including ERP systems (SAP, Maximo, MS Dynamics etc.), Advance Excel, Power BI, MS Office applications etc.

Business Understanding

  • Good understanding and experience in the procurement processes: Source to Pay, Procure to Pay, Manage your Supplier Panel, Management Categories.
  • Logistics & Supply Chain
  • Power Generation or Oil & Gas knowledge is a plus

Language

  • English

Location / travel

  • Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Occasional travel is required

 

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Adheres to the Company Policies and Procedures.
  • Behaves in a professional and responsible way.
  • Lives the values of the Company.

ENGIE Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd is committed to equality, employment equity, and diversity. In accordance with the employment equity plan of ENGIE Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd and its employment equity goals and targets, preference may be given, but is not limited, to candidates from under-represented designated groups. ENGIE Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd reserves the right not to make an appointment to the posts as advertised. Candidates with disabilities are encouraged to apply for positions.

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Project Procurement Officer

Posting date : 26/03/2024

Requisition ID : 25073


Project Procurement Officer

Project Procurement Officer

 

 

PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

  • Accountable procurement member in industrial or EPC, large, medium or long term projects.
  • Steer all Procurement activities throughout the stages of the project in coordination with other members of the procurement team.
  • Be committed to achieving and improving overall project performance whilst steering any actions needed to reduce risk.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Define and adapt project Procurement plan and strategies

  • Draw up a list of requirements in collaboration with the Business and the buyers
  • Take CSR and Carbon Neutral/Zero targets into account
  • Define the procurement project management plan, strategies and procedures, in order to improve the competitive advantage of the business and up-grade them if necessary
  • Ensure early involvement, quality of service and performance contribution
  • Analyze Business objectives
  • Approve strategies proposed by other buyers , including Category Managers, relating to their parts of the project
  • Ensure the supplier/contractors evaluation in a place and make the supplier ready to be used/work with
  • Implement the shadow calculation and cost value engineer to ensure the level of competitiveness
  • Map risks and opportunities for the project through analysis of data and prepare mitigation strategies
  • Define negotiating tactics/directions, working with the project team
  • Control spend and build a culture of long-term saving on procurement costs
  • Develop medium/long term strategic partnerships with suppliers
  • Ensure the commercial, contract and material risk assessments are conducted and implement corrective action plans
  • Ensure Group rules and policies (internal and external) are applied throughout the Procurement process

 

Steer project Procurement and intervene at strategic points

 

  • Steer and coordinate Procurement for the whole project and take charge of the most strategic/difficult purchases.
  • Make sure the needs are challenged.
  • Identify and/or select suppliers who best meet the project requirements.
  • Oversee calls for tenders and conduct key negotiations.
  • Draw up the contract with the legal department.
  • Manage relationships with the most critical suppliers.
  • Deal with major (key) disputes.
  • Identify, prioritize, engage and work in a project mode with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Manage risks and opportunities.

 

Provide contractual, budgetary and regulatory supervision of the project on behalf of Procurement

 

  • Ensure all project procedures and applicable regulations are followed.
  • Control overall project procurement costs and issue warnings when required (exercise his / her right to intervene).
  • Ensure the contract is correctly implemented and understood by all parties involved.
  • Adapt Procurement activities to operational constraints.
  • Commit to achieving the Procurement financial and operational performance targets.

 

External (suppliers) and internal (project) intelligence

  • Identify innovative opportunities on the suppliers market.
  • Obtain technical and financial intelligence about current and potential suppliers in order to anticipate long-term consequences for the project.
  • Challenge the project's technical aspects in order to ensure suppliers products and services meet the customer's needs in the long-term.
  • Implement alternative Procurement strategies to avoid crises.

 

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

Qualification & Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering from a reputable university. A Master’s degree is a nice to have.
  • 5-10 years’ operational experience managing EPC and large contractors for industrial projects.
  • Experience in energy related projects is preferred.

 

Technical  Knowledge

 

  • Strongly autonomous, possesses leadership and influential qualities.
  • Highly analytical and capable of leading complex procurement projects.
  • Experience in complex negotiation.
  • Fluent in English.
  • Experience in negotiation of construction contracts (FIDIC or similar).
  • Project Management experience, PMI or equivalent.
  • CIPS level 5 or more is a bonus.
  • Outstanding people leadership/management/ communication skills.

Business Understanding

  • Good understanding of negotiation and construction projects in the Middle East
  • Renewables, desalination, Power Plant knowledge is a plus

Language

  • English

Location / travel

  • Location: Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa.
  • Some travel within GCC for projects.

 

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Adheres to the Company Policies and Procedures.
  • Behaves in a professional and responsible way.
  • Lives the values of the Company.

ENGIE Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd is committed to equality, employment equity, and diversity. In accordance with the employment equity plan of ENGIE Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd and its employment equity goals and targets, preference may be given, but is not limited, to candidates from under-represented designated groups. ENGIE Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd reserves the right not to make an appointment to the posts as advertised. Candidates with disabilities are encouraged to apply for positions.

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HR Manager (Talent Management/OD)

Posting date : 25/03/2024

Requisition ID : 24797


HR Manager (Talent Management/OD)

HR Manager (Talent Management & OD)

 

 

PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

The HR Manager (Talent Management & OD) is responsible for the organizational development, talent management, culture, learning, recruitment and engagement & retention activities at country level. 

Responsible for country wide design, governance and delivery of ; 

  • Managing a diverse talent pool of Employees and support them to grow to their full potential and contribute to the HR strategy of the company.
  • Drive implementation of effective functional programs, processes and activities related to Talent Management, Learning and Development, Organizational Development, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Employee engagement and retention for all business.
  • Deploy ENGIE corporate initiatives and cascade across entities of South Africa.
  • Responsible for management and coordination of Talent and Learning modules of SEZAME.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Talent and Performance Management

  • Develop and manage a talent and performance management framework.
  • Design an integrated process to ensure the effective management of development programs.
  • Provide systems and processes to business to conduct performance reviews, compile individual development plans and performance agreements.
  • Manage the identification and implementation of succession plans.
  • Analysis, reporting, monitoring and interpretation of data.
  • Provide support to business during formal review cycles.

People Position Review (PPR)

  • Ensures and records ongoing performance and development conversations between Line Managers and Employees and keep a record of past performance and expectations for work moving forward.
  • Organize and participate the People Position Review discussions and the regional calibration process. Collate and analyse data and work on action plans derived from this process
  • Identification and follow-up Key People
  • Succession Planning
  • Nomination and validation of new Boosters, coordination with Hub Talent managers

Career Discussions / Individual Development Plans

  • Manage and coordinate the development journey for the key people & talents (Boosters, key people) including 1:1 coaching sessions with participants.
  • International or cross functional Mobility  (Career Support)

Employee Assessment

  • Develop psychometric and competence assessment processes to ensure the standardisation of criteria used for assessment.
  • Ensure compliance to HPCSA code of practice, standards and legislation.
  • Continuously monitor the utilisation of assessment material to ensure standardised delivery of assessments within legal and policy standards.
  • Management of preferred providers.

Job Design

  • Drafting roles to obtaining sign off within the governance framework.

People Management

  • Review and approve labour plans around operational targets.
  • Provide leadership and inspire team members towards high performance.
  • Ensure team members have an Individual Performance Agreement and Development Plan in place and that it is updated timeously.
  • Create opportunities for development through participation and involvement in new business or technology enhancement projects for team members.
  • Provide coaching to team members on an ongoing basis.

Learning & Development

  • Develop learning experiences that satisfy identified operational and strategic needs in the country.
  • Management of the training budget and learning partners relationship.
  • Develop and manage learning & development solutions across country.
  • Manage SEZAME (e.learning) platform.
  • Manage and coordinate the coaching needs.

Mentorship

  • Design and develop a mentorship governance framework.
  • Report on mentoring relationships.
  • Guide and advise the business on mentorship best practice.

Engagement Surveys

  • Manage and coordinate the ENGIE&Me (employee engagement survey).
  • Manage and coordinate the wellbeing activities.
  • Teambuilding activities.

Diversity Equity and Inclusion

  • Manage, animate and coordinate the DEI Roadmap and Fifty Fifty Program, WiN (Women in Network) across SA.
  • Support cultural transformation through deployment of Group programs Be.U@ENGIE ,  Engie Ways of Working, Engie Ways of Leading across SA.

OUTCOME, RESULTS AND KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

  • Talent and Performance management
  • People Position Review (PPR)
  • Career Discussions
  • Individual Development Plans (IDP)
  • Employee assessment
  • Job design
  • Mentorship
  • People management
  • Engagement Surveys (ENGIE&me etc)
  • Training, Learning & Development
  • Engie Ways of Leading & Working (EWOL & EWOW)
  • Diversity Equity and Inclusion

 

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

Qualification & Experience

  • Degree in Human Resource Management /Industrial Psychology
  • Registration as Industrial Psychologist with HPCSA ( preferred)
  • At least 10+  years’ experience in Human Resources of which 3 should have been at a management level and experience in functional/specialist area.

Technical  Knowledge

  • Change management
  • Legislative requirements
  • Talent management
  • Performance management
  • Work design

Behavioural Competencies

  • Adhering to principles & values
  • Relating and Networking
  • Persuading and Influencing
  • Writing And Reporting
  • Presenting and Communication Information
  • Applying Expertises and Technology
  • Analysing
  • Learning and Researching
  • Creating and Innovating
  • Delivering results and Meeting Customer Expectations
  • Achieving Personal Work Goals and Objectives
  • Entrepreneurial and Commercial Thinking

Language

  • English

Location / travel

  • Location: Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa.

 

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Adheres to the Company Policies and Procedures.
  • Behaves in a professional and responsible way.
  • Lives the values of the Company.

ENGIE Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd is committed to equality, employment equity, and diversity. In accordance with the employment equity plan of ENGIE Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd and its employment equity goals and targets, preference may be given, but is not limited, to candidates from under-represented designated groups. ENGIE Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd reserves the right not to make an appointment to the posts as advertised. Candidates with disabilities are encouraged to apply for positions.

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Cybersecurity Manager

Posting date : 23/03/2024

Requisition ID : 24770


Cybersecurity Manager

Cybersecurity Manager

 

 

PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

To lead information security, cybersecurity and IT/OT risk management within South Africa scope, ensuring compliance to Group guidelines and frameworks and local cybersecurity standards and regulations.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Represents the ENGIE Group Cybersecurity team in his/her Country/Region/Business Entity (“scope”) and ensures that the 14 cybersecurity principles are implemented in their scope.
  • Implements the Group cybersecurity strategy (IT and OT) within his/her scope, potentially adapting it to specific local regulations & laws; consolidates, reports and follows the related cybersecurity KPIs.
  • Sets up a single transversal cybersecurity team for his/her scope, allowing the implementation of the Group cybersecurity strategy, processes, and solutions locally (covering all entities in their scope).
  • Defines and manages the budget allocated to cybersecurity at the level of his/her scope.
  • Identifies, quantifies, documents, reports the cyber risks in his/her scope, and follows-up the risk remediation or mitigation action plans closely.
  • Implements the relevant processes and controls to ensure the integration of cybersecurity within business projects (digital and industrial) and IT projects.
  • Establishes a regulatory watch to stay apprised of local cyber regulations and laws and ensures compliance of the local information systems and Industrial Control Systems with these.
  • Represents ENGIE towards their clients, partners, suppliers, and local authorities on all cybersecurity-related matters.
  • Implements standardized operational cybersecurity processes in his/her scope, including but not limited to security audits & pen testing, vulnerability & patch management, obsolescence management, firewall & remote access management, incident response, disaster recovery planning, cyber crisis management, identity and access management, cloud security management etc. – applying Group standardized processes and procedures when they exist.
  • Relays & reports cybersecurity alerts and incidents in a timely manner, and actively contributes to their resolution in close collaboration with the ENGIE Global Security Operations Center (GSOC) and Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT).
  • Is the preferred intermediary for all cybersecurity topics for the other support functions in his/her scope (HR, Legal, Data Privacy, Procurement, Finance etc.).
  • Ensures cybersecurity is addressed in the supply chain, and in particular ensures that the contracts with suppliers and partners but also with clients contain the relevant cybersecurity and data privacy clauses as well as a Security Assurance Plan clarifying roles and responsibilities between the parties.
  • Creates a strong cybersecurity culture at all levels of the organization (employees, managers, industrial workers…), and advises and educates their local CEO and Executive Committee on cybersecurity matters.
  • Develop an industrial cybersecurity program for South Africa.
  • Ensure industrial assets in South Africa are properly secured
  • Perform regular security assessments and audit reviews.
  • Maintain ENGIE’s ICS Security Framework compliance.
  • Provide support and guidance to all South African assets.
  • Build synergies and foster collaboration between South African entities.
  • Alignment with OT security standards and regulations – IEC 62443, NIS 2, NERC-CIP, etc.
  • Security of SCADA systems, Industrial Control Systems (ICS), Distributed Control Systems (DCS); secure separation of OT and IT.
  • Contribute to the cybersecurity awareness and training program specifically for industrial workers/blue collars.
  • Participate in IT/OT cybersecurity projects (OT probe, DCS upgrade, 3rd party management, etc.)
  • Actively take part in ENGIE cybersecurity community (events, webinars, meetings, workshops, etc.)
  • Collaborate with ENGIE Laborelec Cybersecurity team.
  • Work in close collaboration with other ENGIE departments/BUs:
  • Internal Control
  • GSOC
  • GBU Renewables
  • GBU Flex Gen & Retail
  • AMEA HQ

 

QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

Qualification & Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Computer Science, Information Technology or cybersecurity.
  • Internationally recognized certification in cybersecurity, e.g., CISSP, CISM, CISA.
  • Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) in server, storage and cloud technologies
  • Certified in cybersecurity of AWS cloud infrastructure
  • Prior experience of managing industrial cybersecurity
  • 5+ years of prior experience of managing cybersecurity of an organization. Prior experience of Industrial Control System (ICS) security.
  • Proven expertise in design and implementation of complex IT security solutions.
  • Experience in designing, documenting, and implementing IT Security policies, processes, and procedures.
  • Experience of working in a matrix organization and in an international, multicultural environment.

 

Technical  Knowledge

 

  • Good knowledge of a wide range of technologies involved in IT security, e.g., firewalls, antivirus, identity and access management tools, directories (LDAP, Active Directory, DNS), databases, networking, port & vulnerability scanners, GRC tools, Public Key Infrastructure, cryptography, intrusion detection/prevention systems, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solutions, WAF, PAM, pen testing, SCADA security etc.
  • Good knowledge of information security and risk management standards such as ISO-27001, 27002.
  • Knowledge of industrial control systems technologies and related security standards, e.g., IEC-62443, NIST etc.
  • Familiarity with local and regional cybersecurity standards.
  • Solid understanding of information security concepts, e.g., malware, emerging threats, attacks, and vulnerability management).
  • Experience in raw log files review, data correlation, and analysis i.e., firewalls logs, network flows, intrusion detection systems, system logs.
  • Good understanding of technologies like SIEM, IPS/IDS, WAF, Vulnerability Scanner and Penetration Testing, EDR, Password Vault, IAM, PAM, SCADA Security.

Behavioural Competencies

  • Vision and commercial approach
  • Cooperation & cross functionality – team working and building relationships
  • Results orientation
  • Entrepreneurial spirit
  • Customer focus
  • Developing self and others.
  • Innovation and flexible thinking
  • Acceptance of diversity
  • Effective communication skills. Fluency in verbal and written English.
  • Persuading and Influencing
  • Awareness of cultural differences and ability to adapt own style accordingly
  • Pays attention to detail
  • Adherence to health and safety on workplace

Language

  • English

Location / travel

  • Location: Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa.

 

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Adheres to the Company Policies and Procedures.
  • Behaves in a professional and responsible way.
  • Lives the values of the Company.

ENGIE Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd is committed to equality, employment equity, and diversity. In accordance with the employment equity plan of ENGIE Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd and its employment equity goals and targets, preference may be given, but is not limited, to candidates from under-represented designated groups. ENGIE Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd reserves the right not to make an appointment to the posts as advertised. Candidates with disabilities are encouraged to apply for positions.

Job Requisition ID on SAP SF
24770
Organization
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en_US
Job Contract
Job Posting Date
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