EXECUTIVE OFFICE

null

Manglin Pillay

Chief Executive Officer

Manglin Pillay took over the reigns as SAICE’s CEO in October 2010. He is a civil engineer by profession, with particular interest in environmental engineering. Manglin is a driven leader with a hands-on approach. His depth in leadership and strategic planning are a valuable asset to SAICE’s long-term vision.

null

Sharon Mugeri

Executive Assistant to the CEO

Manglin Pillay took over the reigns as SAICE’s CEO in October 2010. He is a civil engineer by profession, with particular interest in environmental engineering. Manglin is a driven leader with a hands-on approach. His depth in leadership and strategic planning are a valuable asset to SAICE’s long-term vision.

null

Memory Scheepers

Project Manager: Special Projects

Before joining SAICE in 1997, Memory worked as a teacher and then a credit officer in the retail environment. At SAICE she started as the membership officer and has worked in Human Resources, building operations and general SAICE administration. She now heads up the Special Projects Department in the Institution.

null

Steven Kaplan

Chief Operating Officer

Steven Kaplan, SAICE’s first COO, started on 2 April 2013. Steven, who is an exceptional communicator and leader, brings with him many years of project management and consulting experience within the civil engineering industry. SAICE stands to benefit from his skills regarding internal organisation processes, and his commitment to Civilution.

FINANCE DEPARTMENT

null

Sarlette Vermaak

Financial Manager

Sarlette joined SAICE in July 2016 as its Financial Manager. She has over 30 years of experience in the financial industry, and will be supporting SAICE by providing real-time financial management information in order to support and enhance senior-level decision-making for a strong, dynamic and stable Institution.

null

Paula van Niekerk

Executive Assistant to the Financial Manager

Paula started working at SAICE on February 2012 as the executive assistant to the Chief Financial Officer. She does credit control in the finance department and makes the domestic travel and accommodation arrangements.

null

Joseph Msiza

Financial Accountant

A self-motived individual with a well-balanced etiquette. He holds a Master’s Degree in Business Leadership and has been an exceptional team player at SAICE since May 2011. He currently focuses on the financial aspects of SAICE Branches, Divisions and Student Chapters- providing financial reports, financial procedures and guidelines for the SAICE units.

BOOKKEEPER

null

Magda Bruyns

Bookkeeper: Creditors

Magda started working for SAICE in 1998 as a bookkeeper for creditors in the Finance Department. Over the years she accumulated more knowledge and her duties currently include cashbook, credit accounts payable and drawing bank statements. She also processes debtors and all payments on the system and ensures that all the information corresponds.

null

Helen Johnstone

Bookkeeper: Courses

Helen Johnstone joined SAICE in March 2007 as a part-time debtors clerk in the finance department. She later took on the responsibility of handling the financial side of all the SAICE courses. On a day-to-day basis Helen is responsible for the invoicing and reconciliation of courses held by SAICE.

null

Rose Magagula

Bookkeeper: Membership N-Z

Rose joined SAICE on 12 January 2009 as a finance-trainee. She became personal assistant to the financial manager and maintains the credit and debit notes, deals with the vendor/supplier forms and opens/loads the new membership schedules.

null

Magda Smith

Bookkeeper: Membership P-Z

Magda joined SAICE in 2013 as a bookkeeper in the Finance Department. She brought with her many years of experience in payments, debtors, cashbook and administration. On a day-to-day basis she handles all bookkeeping matters relating to members with surnames P–Z, and to the cashbook.

null

Hermien Moller

Credit Controller

Hermien started at SAICE in October 2013 as Credit Control Officer. She is responsible for debt collecting on all outstanding amounts. She has a background in managing billing, creditors, cashbooks and general ledgers.

null

Erika Coetzer

Bookkeeper: Membership A-J

Erika joined SAICE as an intern in the Finance Department in early February 2012. Part of her responsibilities in her training included archiving, invoicing members and assisting with their queries. In 2014 she was promoted to bookkeeper and now handles all bookkeeping matters relating to members with surnames A–J.

COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT

null

Nadeena le’ Tang

Communications and Marketing Manager

Nadeena joined SAICE in 2013 and is responsible for the overall management of the Communications department which comprises of Marketing, PR, Multimedia, Graphics, Advertising and Events.

null

Marie Ashpole

Outreach Officer

Marie Ashpole joined SAICE in 2003. With the Media and Events department under her grasp, media liaison and SAICE events administration are set for greater heights.

null

Tebogo Mapine

Graphic Designer

Tebogo, who has a BA in Graphic Design majoring in Multimedia and Motion Graphics, joined SAICE in August 2014. As SAICE’s graphic designer, he is responsible for the Institution’s print-related graphics, videography and photography.

null

Simone Rambarun

Marketing & Communications Consultant

Simone joined SAICE in January 2014 after returning to South Africa from the Middle East. A recent graduate, she holds an Honours Degree in Communication Science and is currently pursuing her Masters Degree.

null

Lorraine Mpofana

Communications Specialist

Lorraine joined SAICE in January 2014 after graduating with an Honours Degree in Communications, Media and Cultural studies at the Centre of Communication Media and Society(CCMS) at UKZN.

EDITORIAL

null

Verelene de Koker

Editor

Verelene joined SAICE in 1998 at the reception desk. Her dedication to SAICE was soon rewarded by a promotion to the Communications Department and the rest was history. She’s now the Editor of Civil Engineering (SAICE’s monthly magazine) and the Journal of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (ISI-accredited quarterly technical journal).

null

Elsabé Maree

Editor’s Assistant

Elsabé Maree joined SAICE on 17 December 2005 as an assistant to the executive office. She has since been appointed as the Editor’s Assistant and her main responsibility is the administration of the SAICE Journal and assisting the editor with day-to-day magazine tasks.

CAREER GUIDANCE

null

Fridah Mahlangu

Career Guidance Officer

Fridah started working for SAICE in 1999 as a cleaner. After showing potential, she was promoted to switchboard operator and receptionist in 2003. She is now involved in office administration, career exhibiting and events. Fridah also runs SAICE’s career guidance projects aimed at aspiring civil engineering practitioners in high schools.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

null

Dawn Hermanus

Course Coordinator

Dawn started at SAICE as receptionist for the seven staff members in 1990. She was later promoted to secretary to the Executive Director and then to the Education and Training Department of SAICE. She’s heavily involved with the administration and facilitation of the various informative courses.

null

Cheryl-Lee Williams

Education & Training Coordinator

Cheryl-lee joined SAICE in February 2011 as an education and training officer. She decided to take on the new venture at SAICE where she is currently involved in organising and coordinating SAICE’s training courses and administering the Continuous Professional Development programme.

BOOK SHOP

null

Angelene Aylward

Sales Administrator

Angelene joined SAICE in January 1999 as Sales Administrator for the bookshop. She has seen the bookshop transformed from small beginnings, with only a few titles, to the beautiful facility at SAICE House where she manages an annual turnover of about R2.6 million. Part of her daily duties include customer service, stock control and the website’s store.

null

Jefry Gobe

Inventory Clerk

Jefry joined the SAICE team at the end of January 2012 as an Inventory Clerk. His responsibilities range from customer service, sales and inventory dispatch at the SAICE bookshop. His daily responsibilities include administration, stocktaking and customer queries.

MEMBERSHIP

null

Merriam Molefe

Membership Officer (N – Z)

Merriam started working for SAICE in 2004 and worked herself up to her current position as Membership Officer. She handles membership applications, fee suspensions, senior status admission, retired members, resignations and members’ queries.

null

Vicky Johnstone

Membership Officer (A-M)

Vicky started working for SAICE on a temporary basis in August 2013, she joined the permanent staff in December 2013 as a Membership Officer. Her duties include, management of the membership department statistics and reporting, membership applications, fee suspensions, senior status admission, retired members, resignations and members’ queries.

null

Merriam Sethole

Membership Officer

Merriam joined SAICE in 2009 and was promoted from Receptionist to Membership Officer in July 2016. Her duties include updating and maintaining the membership database, magazines and certificates requests and returns, processing of student membership applications and assisting with ad hoc membership enquiries.

BUILDING OPERATIONS

null

Daniel Motsiri

Assistant & Maintenance

Daniel Motsiri joined SAICE in 2005 as a part-time worker who assisted in renovating SAICE House. He was promoted to driver responsibile for SAICE deliveries and collections, posting, banking and maintenance work. Currently he is involved in the dispatch department assisting the Inventory Clerk.

null

Mary Molefe

Cleaner

She joined SAICE in February 2012 as a janitor and is currently being groomed to assist with the SAICE switchboard. Prior to joining SAICE she worked in a publishing company focusing on customer assistance.

null

Shakina Mukandawire

Cleaning Lady

Born and bred in Zimbabwe, Shakina moved to Johannesburg to start working at SAICE to improve herself and the life of her 4 kids. Currently employed as a cleaning lady she aims to further herself through courses which will enable her to one day be the receptionist at SAICE.

null

Pearl Moanakwenu

Cleaning Lady

A mother of 1 and a keen athlete from Rustenburg – Pearl works along-side Shakina to maintain cleanliness around SAICE. She is an extremely motivated individual who is currently working on building herself a career at SAICE.

http://sassda.co.za/enter-competition/