Nomination: Appointment of Board Members for the South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport (SAIDS) (Ref.01/08/2015)

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The Department of Sport and Recreation (SRSA) invites nominations for 2 suitable qualified persons with knowledge of anti-doping in sport to fill vacancies that have arisen on board of the South African Institute for Drug-free Sport (SAIDS).

Terms of Office and Remuneration: The term of office for the Board is five years, and expires on 30 November 2017. The remuneration will be made in accordance with Treasury guidelines for public entities.

Requirements: Nominees should be in possession of a relevant degree or equivalent qualifications and more than 15 years of professional experience in any of the following fields: Law, Sports Medicine, Sport Management, Sport Science. Nominees with experience in Law Enforcement/Police, Intelligence Gathering, Customs and Excise or Financial Management will be preferred.

Competencies: The SAIDS board members should demonstrate the following competencies:
• Corporate Governance and familiarity with the King III and the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA)
• Understand policy implementation
• Familiarity with anti-doping issues and trends
• Strong ethical values and principles
• Professional respect and recognition by peers in their occupational field

Please forward your nomination letter, accompanied by a motivation letter as well as the CV of the nominee, quoting the relevant reference number, to Prof. Paul Singh, Chief Director: Sport Support, Sport and Recreation South Africa.

Nominations can be emailed to Mr. Khalid Galant Khalid@drugfreesport.org.za by no later than 16h00 on Monday, 30 November 2015.

Enquiries can be directed to Mr. Khalid Galant on tel (021) 761 8034 or (021) 761 8148

If you have not been contacted within three months of the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.