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Community & Social Development Officer (Mining / Stakeholder Engagement / Projects) – South Africa

A renowned mining company is seeking an experienced Senior Community & Social Development Officer to join the team at their operations in South Africa.

  • Developing partnerships with all stakeholders in the community.
  • Provide community and social development support for the region.
  • Arranging meetings and monitoring the outcomes of items to be actioned.
  • Provide leadership and support for businesses and NGO’s in the community.
  • Overseeing multiple projects including identification, design and development of opportunities.
  • Training and mentoring subordinates.
  • Monitoring and management of subordinates.
  • Cost control.


  • Relevant Degree or National Diploma (Humanities or Commerce).
  • 5 years’ experience in community development and stakeholder engagement within the mining industry.
  • Must be able to engage with stakeholders at all levels.
  • Reputation management experience essential.
  • Project and community risk identification skills.
  • Valid driver’s licence.
  • Computer literacy.
  • Previous experience mentoring and training subordinates in a culturally diverse environment.
  • Only candidates residing in South Africa with South African citizenship will be considered.

Contractual Information:

  • Residential position – candidates from outside the area will be required to relocate.

Please apply directly or visit our website for more exciting opportunities.
Leanne Laas 
Senior Executive Recruitment Consultant
CA Mining: Global Recruitment
If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

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