P O Box *72
Cell phone: 071*******
Job target: Environmental and conservation
A dynamic and proactive environmental Studies student with a unique combination of skills and capabilities acquired during studies. Able to demonstrate strong technicality combined with a proven commitment to the achievement of results and business objectives.Works effectively on own initiative with the organisation quick to grasp new ideas and concepts. Possesses the time management skill required to complete assignments on time and to the required quality standard. Enjoys being part of a successful and productive team and thrives in highly pressurised and challenging working environments.
I am currently looking to secure a permanent or temporary position within a well-established organisation. One that will make best use of existing skills and experience while enabling further personal and professional development.
Xhosa, English and Zulu
Gender : Female
Marital Status : Single
Identity No: : 890**********
Education and qualifications
BSc in Environmental Studies (major courses: GIS, Tourism and Ecotourism, Terrestrial resources management, Rural resources management, Environmental Survey Techniques, Soil science, Research methodology, Atmosphere and terrain analysis, Environment and development, Social Impact Analysis, Communication skills, Introduction to Micro-Economics, Applied Statistics, Plant Form & Function, Pesticides and Application, General Chemistry, Physics for life Sciences (2013).
Walter Sisulu University (Nelson Mandela drive) former Unitra
: Mathematics SG, Physical Science HG, Geography HG, Biology HG, Xhosa 1st HG, English 2ndHG (2006).
St John’s College
(2005) I was nominated as a class representative in grade 11
Keys skills and experiences as a student
Gained communication skills and & Interpersonal Skills. Can communicate concisely at all levels from grassroots to board level using email or written communication and presentations. Competent at working in a diverse team or individually through different interactive assignments offered in the undergraduate programmes.
Research Skills – familiar with research skills of both quantitative & qualitative that I have attained in my undergraduate studies and also as an assistant in Mr Angwenyi’s PhD research entitled Conservation and livelihoods in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.
Key skills and experience
Administrative Skills - Able to perform basic administrative duties such as setting appointments, taking minutes, photocopying, and touch typing up to 25 - 30 words per minute., Report writing and analytical skills. Knowledge of the Batho pelo principles. •Co-ordination•Networking and consultation •Communication •Project Management •Interpersonal skill •Presentation skills •Computer skills
Work experience at Catholic Development Centre
I have worked for Catholic Development Centre (C.D.C) which is based in Mthatha as an Environmental Officer.
Based on the principal law of the constitution (Section 24) regarding the Environment and the Amendment introduced after the law based on the Environmental Management which is National Environmental Management Act no.107 of 1998 and its SEMA’s :-we conduct Greening of schools and communities around Mthatha
Conduct awareness campaigns on Environmental Issues degrading the Environment.
Based on the waste Hierarchy we encourage stakeholders to make use of the three R’s
Cleaning campaigns around the Mthatha City Hall and Luchaba Nature Reserve
Recycling site Establishment in slovo community.
Work experience at Mthonyama Technologies
I have worked for Mthonyama Technologies, private organisation that is Mthatha based as an ENVIRONMENTAL Assessment PR actioner from May 2014 to September 2010. It was contract of four months then it ended. My job description was to cover EIA based projects according to the Law of National Environmental Management Act and its EIA regulations of 18 June 2010.
Computer literacy» Word
» Excel Basic
» PowerPoint intermediate
» Internet Advanced
» Outlook Basic
1.Miss. F. Ndwayamato
Cell no 072*******
Lecturer at WSU
2.Mr. A.B.C. Ntshanga
Cell no 083-***-****
3. Mr D. Angwenyi
Lecturer at Walter Sisulu University
Cell no 072-****-****
4 Mr G.M Kageche
Supervisor at C.D.C