Meet the Field Data Capturers
Craig Lavert Knight
Twenty-two year-old Craig describes himself as “able and willing, able to perform any task at hand and willing to learn more” – qualities he has brought to his work as the CWP GIS field data capturer. Craig passed his Grade 12 in 2007 at the local Welkom High School writing six subjects: Afrikaans, English, mathematics, physiology, home economics and physical science. He enjoys rugby, soccer, reading, writing and listening to music. Before joining the CWP he had a number of short-term jobs including being a sales manager at a furniture store and doing data capturing at the Bronville Clinic.
He has held a number of positions at the CWP such as social supervisor, office administrator and communications officer and his duties have included office administration, drafting proposals and letters and general communications. “I never back down for a challenge and am very open-minded,” he says. “I’m optimistic, hard-headed yet I always accomplish the task at hand. I dedicate myself to whatever task is put at hand.”
About his latest task he says: “It means being able to map the community so that we can identify the flaws and then uplift the community and improve conditions. We are also about to identify the tasks that we are doing and through this the community can become better informed.”
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