Posted on :
29 Jan, 2015
29 Jan, 2015
ASSISTANT MANAGER: PERFORMANCE AND COMPLIANCE (SUPPLY
CHAIN MANAGEMENT) REF NO: AS01/2015
SALARY : R337 998 per annum (Level 10)
CENTRE : Head Office (Pietermaritzburg)
REQUIREMENTS : A Grade 12 or equivalent plus an accredited 3 year Degree or National Diploma
with a minimum of 3 years’ relevant experience. computer literacy in the
following software packages, namely (Word processing, Spreadsheet,
Presentation and Outlook) • a valid driver’s licence (manual transmission).
Recommendations: knowledge of wide range of work procedure such as
Finance, HR Matters, Training. planning and organizing. knowledge of
PFMA,1999 as amended and Treasury Regulations. research skills. report
writing skills. interpretation and application of policies/legislation. interpersonal
skills. strong communication skills, both written and verbal.
DUTIES : Monitor the performance of Supply Chain Management Units within the
Department including the monitoring and reporting of each significant stage of
the SCM Framework. assist in development and administering policies,
procedures and prescripts pertaining to procurement directives. provide training
to Head Office and regions. oversee the complaints mechanisms in respect of
SCM in the department. manage the resources of the component.
ENQUIRIES : Mr P. Ballaram, Tel. (033) 355 5620.
APPLICATIONS : Direct your application, quoting the reference number of the post you are
applying for and the name of the publication in which you saw the advertisement,
to: The Senior Manager, Human Resources, Department of Public Works,
Private Bag X9142, Pietermaritzburg 3200 Alternatively, applications can be
delivered to Fedsure House, 251 Church Street, Pietermaritzburg.
FOR ATTENTION : Miss N.T. Phewa.
CLOSING DATE : 06 February 2015
NOTE : Applications must be submitted individually on the prescribed Z83 form,
obtainable from any Public Service Department, and must be accompanied by a
comprehensive Curriculum Vitae together with certified copies of qualifications,
skills or competencies to substantiate compliance with/adherence to the
appointment requirements plus a clear and legible, certified copy of the valid
South African bar-coded ID (passports will not be accepted) and valid South
African driver’s licence. Copies of copies OR copies on the blank side of the copy
will not be accepted. Faxed or electronic copies will not be considered.
Candidates are urged to view the guidelines available to all prospective
candidates applying for a vacant position on the departmental website before
completing applications for the posts. Candidates are also advised not to send
their applications through registered mail, as the Department will not take
responsibility for non-collection thereof. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have
foreign qualifications assessed for equivalent by the South African Qualifications
Authority (SAQA). Applications that do not comply with the above-mentioned
instruction will be disqualified. Please note that the Department reserves the right
not to fill the posts. Recommended candidates personal information will be
subjected to vetting prior to an offer of appointment being made. Candidates are
expected to be available on the date set for the interviews or they may be
disqualified. Should you not have been contacted by this office within 3 months of
the closing date of the advertisement, kindly consider your application
unsuccessful. Please note that further communication shall be restricted to those
candidates who have been shortlisted. Appointment to these posts is subjected
to the appointees signing a performance agreement. Please note reference
checks and/or confirmation of employment will be done with the current employer
and candidates are advised to include references from the current employment to
facilitate this. The filling of these posts will be guided by the Department’s
Employment Equity targets.