ATTORNEY GENERAL’S CHAMBERS
VACANCY CIRCULAR NO. 5 OF 2017
VACANCY: SENIOR STATE COUNSEL (D3) X 1 POSTS TENABLE AT LANDS DIVISION
Vacancy code: 130100109.1.2
Salary scale: D3 (P215,868.00 – P238,320 per annum)
Leave: 30 working days per annum
•Optional contributory Medical Aid Scheme with 50% from the government and 50% from employee.
•Compulsory contributory pension scheme (Government pays 15 % and Employee pays 5 %)
•Scarce skill allowance payable at the rate of 30% of basic salary
QUALIFICATIONS: A Bachelor of Laws degree
A minimum of four (4) years post qualification experience or 2 years of which should have been served at the level of State Counsel 1 D4.
MAIN PURPOSE OF THE JOB:
•To plan, organise and provide legal advice on agreements for acquisition of state land and title deeds.
KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS:
•Execute offers and draft title deed
•Prepare lease agreements
•Rectify and cancel title Deeds
•Withdraw formal offers
•Prepare memorandum of agreement for acquisition of state land
•Provide legal advice
•Supervise junior officers
•Undertakes any other related duties as may be assigned by management.
•Functional and technical skills
•Timely decision making
•Drive for results
•Integrity and trust
Interested applicants should quote the vacancy circular number, vacancy code, position title and give the following details;
a)Updated CV or resume
b)Current grade and date of appointment thereof
c)Date of first appointment for those employed in Government
d)Certified copies of certificates
e)At least two (2) recent work related references confirming the required experience
f)Certified copy of omang
IMPORTANT: All applications must be routed through Heads of Departments and Permanent Secretaries. Applications not so routed will not be considered.
Applications should be addressed to:
Attorney General’s Chambers
Private Bag 009
Or hand delivery at Attorney General Chamber’s office, Records Management Unit, 10th floor, office no. 1017, Government enclave, Gaborone.
The advertisement can be downloaded from the Attorney General’s Chambers website : http://www.agc.gov.bw
Closing date: 25 August 2017
Source: Daily news, 17 August 2017