ESAAG is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from women and the disabled in particular. Our buildings are accessible to disabled persons. Applications should be accompanied by a comprehensive CV and originally certified copies of qualifications and ID. All qualifications are subject to verification and candidates will undergo compulsory competency testing as part of the recruitment process.
Please forward applications for the above-mentioned position, quoting the relevant reference and the name of the publication which you saw this advertisement, to: ESAAG Secretariat, National Treasury, Private Bag X115, Pretoria 0001 or email esaag@.
Closing date: 27 February 2017 at 12:00. No late applications will be accepted.
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of Robert Machray, Archbishop of Rupert's Land, Primate of All Canada
by his nephew, Robert Machray (1909). Robert Machray (1831-1904) was born in Scotland and appointed Dean of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge in 1859. He left this office in 1865 on his consecration as second Bishop of Rupert's Land, a diocese which then included what are now Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Northwest Territories, Yukon and parts of northern Ontario and Quebec. Machray played an important part in civil and religious events during a significant period in western Canadian history, reorganizing missionary work among indigenous people and Canadians of European descent. He became Metropolitan of Rupert's Land in 1875 after the division of his large diocese, and was chosen as first primate of the Church of England in Canada in 1893.