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 CBE INVITATION FOR NOMINATION OF MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC TO BE APPOINTED TO SERVE  THE COUNCIL FOR THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

Closing Date: 7  May  2018

NB: This is a re-advertisement. If you have submitted a nomination, there is no need to re-submit.

The Council for the Built Environment (CBE) is a statutory body established under the Council for the Built Environment Act no. 43 of 2000. It is an overarching body that coordinates the six councils for the built environment professions (architecture, engineering, landscape architecture, project and construction management, property valuation and quantity surveying) for the purpose of promoting good conduct within the professions, transforming the professions and advising South African government on built environment related issues.

In terms of section 6(2)(b) of the Council for the Built Environment Act, 2000 (Act 43 of 2000), the CBE hereby invites nominations from members of the public within the period specified in the notice from the date of the notice, for its fifth term of office. The term of office of members will be four (4) years. The Council meets at least four times per annum and the appointed person may be required to serve in the sub-committees of the Council.

Nominees must be persons with leadership qualities; an understanding of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and management of public budget and expenditure; and an understanding of the government priorities and developmental agenda. Preference would be given to persons with either legal; finance; corporate governance or human resource experience to contribute to the strategic direction of the Council for the Built Environment in the interest of the built environment and the public whom they represent.

The Minister of Public Works would take into account representation in terms of race, gender, geographical location and disability when appointing the Council. Nominators and nominees should ensure that they are conversant with the Council for the Built Environment Act (Act No 43 of 2000) especially Section 8(1)–(4) defining the disqualification requirements.

Nominations should be made on the Nomination Form provided for on the CBE website or on request from the e-mail address here below. Please note that failure to comply with the above requirements may result in the disqualification of the nomination.

Click here to download Nomination  Form

Nominations must be sent for the attention of: Chief Executive Officer

Council for the Built Environment

 

Postal Address:

Hand-delivered to:

E-mail:

Website:

PO Box 915
Groenkloof
0027

2nd Floor Corobay Corner, 169 Corobay Avenue, Groenkloof, Pretoria
(Cnr Dallas & Aramist Ave), Menlyn, 0027

council@cbe.org.za

www.cbe.org.za

For  enquiries please contact: Tel: (012) 346-3985