SHEQ Officer (Sandton)

Remuneration: – R16000 TCTC 
Location: Sandton
Education level: Matric
Job level: Mid
Own transport required: Yes
Type: Permanent
Reference: #SHEQ OFFICER
Company: Worldwide Positions(Pty) Ltd

Job description

Opening for a SHEQ Officer within the packaging manufacturing sector. The successful candidate should preferably come from the packaging industry, or a related industry and have at least 5 years relevant experience.



-Matric or the equivalent
-5 years relevant experience in monitoring and auditing of contractor safety
-MS Office and Excel 
-Must have experience from the manufacturing sector, or at least from a manufacturing environment
-Exposure to implementation of OHSAS 18001/2007,  14001/2004 and FSSC22000
-Experience in compiling and presenting quality management courses
-Experience in FMCG would be advantageous

Posted on 22 Feb 11:56

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Marketing/Communications Manager (Cape Town)

Remuneration: Market related 
Benefits: Pension Fund; Health Cover
Location: Cape Town, Durbanville
Education level: Degree
Job level: Mid/Senior
Type: Permanent
Company: Optivest Health Services

Optivest Health Services, a leading national medical scheme brokerage has a position available for a Marketing & Communications Manager, to work from the office in Durbanville, Cape Town.

This individual will be part of the Operational Management Team, who has the responsibility to drive the success of Optivest in the South African marketplace and achieve the company’s objectives and target. He/she will manage the marketing and communication functions across all entities within the group, as part of Service Level Agreements and contracted Business Outcomes.  A large number of the deliverables are achieved through 3rd party relationships.

The Marketing/Communications manager will report to the Chief Operating Officer of Optivest, but will also fulfil a shared services role across entities in the Optivest Group.

The ideal candidate is an energetic, enthusiastic person with exceptional leadership and communications skills. He/she also has a proven track record of delivery, the ability to identify opportunities and deliver an effective marketing and communication function which will generate positive and measurable results. A highly driven, innovative thinker with solid industry experience, able to convert multiple synergistic opportunities into tangible outcomes and results. 

Key areas of responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Operating within a Sales Centre-driven environment in the Financial Services industry (Health Solutions only) and an understanding of the operational workings of such an operating model.
  • Lead Generation: Develop and manage all digital platforms as well as current and newly obtained affiliate data providers to generate leads for the business and the Sales Centre.
  • Campaign Management: Manage and execute marketing campaigns and analyse performance to drive lead generation and client acquisition. Will also include conceptualisation and execution of other communications and campaigns in the group.
  • Communications: Oversee content, look & feel, brand application and messaging of the company’s websites and also all external and internal communication and marketing material. Experience in journalism and/or business copywriting is an advantage.
  • Brand development and day-to-day management of the number of brands within the Optivest group.
  • Third party management and collaboration (outsourced graphic designers, web developers, internet partners, affiliate partners, stakeholders, etc.)
  • Experience in project management and product development

Required skills and qualifications: 

  • Tertiary qualification (Communications / Marketing degree) or related – strongly preferred
  • Two to five years’ experience in Marketing & Communications
  • Experience within the Financial Services industry and especially Medical Scheme will be an advantage
  • Strong business acumen and entrepreneurial spirit
  • Digital and content marketing, campaign management, AdWords and Analytics
  • Creative thinker, excellent listener and effective communicator
  • Excellent at working within a team, but also at self-management and to be a collaborative leader
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and initiatives at the same time

The company offers a very competitive remuneration package, consisting of a commensurate basic salary, results-driven incentive structure, annual bonus and normal employee benefits such as Health Care Benefits (optional) and Pension Benefits.

Company Description

Optivest Health Services is a leading national consultancy,
specialising in providing objective, independent and focused health
cover solutions to corporate companies, medium to small employer
groups and especially individual members. The company offers access to the top open medical schemes as well leading gap cover products in South Africa. Clients can also rely on Optivest’s continuous and dedicated support services with regards to their complete health cover portfolio.

Posted on 22 Feb 11:01

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Used Vehicle Sales Executive

Job Summary

Our client a Premium Brand Dealership has a position available for a Pre-owned / Used Car Sales Executive in the Umhlanga, KZN area.

Responsibilities and Duties

New Business Development
Achieve targets
Ensure pipeline of deals
Cold Calling

Qualifications and Skills

Motor Industry experience is a must (Luxury brand will be advantageous)
2 years min Used Car sales experience
Good communication skills
Must have proven track record


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Provident fund
Company Car

Please use a reference number in the email subject when applying : UVS3833KZN

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Data Warehouse/BI Analyst (Cape Town)

Remuneration: negotiable Market related 
Location: Cape Town
Type: Permanent
Reference: #1710214
Company: Datafin Recruitment

A dynamic Asset Management company seeks a dynamic Data Warehouse and BI Analyst who will be responsible for engaging with and supporting the full end-to-end data development process including business requirements analysis, source data analysis, modelling, ETL solution design and development and testing.


  • Elicit and document business data and reporting requirements.
  • Provide input into data warehouse solution design and data modelling activities.
  • Source system and existing warehouse data analysis, as an input into the data requirements and target design.
  • Development of data proofs of concept.
  • Validation of data models, business rules and business outputs.
  • Documentation of requirements, analysis findings and business glossaries.
  • Documentation of ETL specifications, such as source to target mappings, business rule and data validation requirements, ETL functional and non-functional requirements.
  • Testing and data quality assurance processes.
  • Project management engagement including planning, estimates and ongoing feedback.
  • Bringing critical insights and suggestions for continual improvement into process and solution design.


  • Graduate student in Information Systems, Accounting or Investment Management fields.
  • A minimum of five years’ working experience with data warehouse and business intelligence-related architecture.
  • At least three years’ working experience with data in a financial services environment.
  • Experience of different data modelling paradigms for data warehousing.
  • Experience with industry reference models will be beneficial.
  • Strong hands-on SQL experience for the purposes of interrogating data.
  • Experience with BI reporting tools such as static reporting, analytics and visualisation tools.

Knowledge andexperienceon the following systems:

  • SQL for the purposes of analyzing and interrogating data is essential.
  • MS Office Suite, particularly advanced experience of MS Excel.
  • Data modelling and architecture tools such as IBM IDA/Erwin/EA Sparx.
  • Knowledge of Portfolio and Trade Management Systems, i.e. InvestOne, Decalog and Bloomberg AIM.
  • Knowledge of Retail Investment Client Accounting Systems, such as Oracle Flexcube.

While we would really like to respond to every application, should you not be contacted for this position within 10 working days please consider your application unsuccessful.

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This Woman Was Paralyzed After Doing Sit-Ups

Sit-ups are such a standard strength-training exercise, you never think you could be seriously injured doing one. But that's what happened to a 23-year-old Brazilian law graduate and fitness model—and her recovery has been nothing short of miraculous.

In January 2016, Marcelle Mancuso was at the gym doing inverted sit-ups (which means your ankles are in the air high and your head lower near the floor) while strapped into a bench. A trainer who was spotting her also held her feet as she did her sit-ups.

“The band that held my feet broke and I hit my head on the floor, breaking the cervical spine and immediately became tetraplegic,” she tells Health. “I lost all movement from the neck down.”

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Also referred to as quadriplegia, tetraplegia is the paralysis of both the upper and lower parts of the body—including the fingers, hands, arms, chest, legs, feet, and toes. Tetraplegia can also limit mobility of the head, neck, and shoulders, states the University of Alabama School of Medicine. 

After the injury, which left her without the use of her arms and legs, Mancuso says that doctors put a titanium plate and six screws in her neck to realign her spine.

“The doctors did not know if I would walk again,” she says. “I was scared but I fought. I have been resilient and dedicated myself every day to my physiotherapy.”



Mancuso had to learn how to walk and even feed herself all over again, but she eventually managed to recover and return to the gym. Today, she says she leads a “normal and independent life,” and can walk, run, jump rope, and swim.

"I thank God every day for that,” she says of her miraculous recovery. As for her sit-up routine, she tells us that she's done with the inverted kind. "I do sit-ups but only on the ground, lying flat!" she says. | Prayer service held at Ngcobo police station after massacre

East London – As the rain poured in Ngcobo, devastated police officers, government officials and residents prayed outside the Ngcobo police station after pathologists removed four bodies – that of three police officers and a soldier.

Provincial police commissioner Lieutenant General Liziwe Ntshinga, who had been at the horror scene since early hours, was joined by transport, safety and liaison MEC Weziwe Tikana, ANC provincial chairman Oscar Mabuyane and local priests to pray for healing after the horror killing of the officers at the police station.

Police Minister Fikile Mbalula, who asked to be excused from Parliament, also arrived in Ngcobo, along with national police commissioner General Khehla Sitole, around 16:00.

Mbalula spoke after the prayer and he hoped by the time the hero cops would be buried, their killers would be behind bars.

‘We must be ready for these thugs’

“This tragedy must change the situation in our police stations. We must be ready for these thugs all around our country.”

“Our police stations must not close down because we must continue to do our jobs.”

“General Sithole and chairman Mabuyane, we will visit the bereaved families and bury these heroes the way they deserve,” he said.

He added that the children of the dead cops will be sent to school until their finish.

Mabuyane said the incident is a message that thugs are doing as they please and calls for the community to work with the cops in capturing the thugs.

“We send our condolences to the families. Cops are fighting to keep us safe and we must also do our part to ensure that they are safe and people must report crime ASAP. We wish something like this never happens again,” added Mabuyane.

As the prayers were held inside the police station, the police van of an additional two police officers – whose bodies were found later in the morning – was wheeled into the police station with its front damaged.

The unknown gunmen, who apparently covered their faces with balaclavas, are said to have bombed a Capitec ATM just after midnight and of making off with an undisclosed amount of money.

Then their killing spree began. They entered Ngcobo police station and without warning, opened fire on officers who were on duty.

Two members were killed instantly and the retired soldier, who rushed to the scene, was shot dead as the suspects fled.

News24 previously reported that national police spokesperson Vishnu Naidoo said three officers were killed at the police station. However, Eastern Cape police spokesperson Captain Khaya Tonjeni clarified that only two were killed inside the community service centre.

Another officer, who was also shot but survived, has been discharged from hospital.

An unmarked police van returning from patrols, encountered the suspects at the station’s exit.

The suspects shot at the van, killing one police officer. The second officer pretended to be dead as the suspects took their firearms.

Soon afterwards, a marked SAPS van also returned from patrols and the gunmen shot both occupants dead.

Their bodies were loaded into the van and gunmen drove about six kilometres, near Nyanga High School.

Once they reached a steep hill, they released the van down the slope until it crashed at the bottom.

The police van where killed cops’ bodies were hidden is brought inside the Ngcobo police station. (Ziyanda Zweni, Daily Sun)

The two officers’ bodies were discovered in the early hours of yesterday.

Female officers at the station were unharmed but were traumatised and were attended to by counsellors.

According to preliminary investigations, it appears that members were shot execution style.

The suspects are said to have stolen 10 weapons from the police station, including two rifles. Ten officers were on duty at the station at the time of the tragedy.

Worried residents

Ntshinga vowed that the suspects would be caught, hopefully by the end of the day, and that a massive countrywide manhunt was under way, which the community also participating in.

Chairperson of Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Police, Francois Beukman, said the killing of the six officers was a national tragedy.

“The committee extends its heartfelt condolences to the families of the killed officers, their colleagues in the South African Police Service (SAPS) and to the community of Ngcobo,” he said.

The Ngcobo police station is under heavy guard following the killing of 5 officers. (Ziyanda Zweni, Daily Sun)


Meanwhile worried residents have called for more to be done to ensure the safety of police, especially those who work night shifts.

Zandisile Xhakashe  said he heard the gunshot and thought that a robbery was happening at a nearby township.

“The gunshots went on for some time and then become quiet and started again. I woke up and heard that the shooting happened at the police station. I was worried sick because my cousin also works there,” said Xhakashe.

Meanwhile Nompindelo Makaleni said popular TV shows such as Uzalo, that portray gangsterism, was the to blame for the attack.

“This is sad. Innocent people died in a brutal manner. More police need to be deployed here, even [the] military is needed. People see the violent acts in shows and do them in real life,” she said.