Posted on :
3 Dec, 2014
We are looking for a newly qualified IT graduate to occupy the role of a Governance, Risk and Authorisations Administrator. NB: You will need a min of 60% in order to be shortlisted. Please submit your academic transcripts – non-submission of this will disqualify your application.
Minimum of 60% average in Tertiary studies – Non negotiable. B.Com (Financial Accounting or Informatics or IT) Administration environment or a similar integrated systems environment. Intermediate to Advanced Excel skills
Confirm the accuracy and completeness of requests for new user access with Business stakeholders.
Capture new user/ amendments to user master accurately as per authorisation by the GRC Manager in SAP GRC.
Participate in project work in respect of new systems implementation and/or system enhancements.
Provide support to the GRC Manager and consultants relating to new and amended Access and authorisation attributes, including the associated communication to users.
Continually propose and implement ways to improve User Access and Authorisations data maintenance and housekeeping.
Participate in the maintenance of User access & authorisation information on depository information mediums outside the official ERP system(s) to ensure that all stakeholders in the Business have access to accurate and up to date User data information at all times.
Participate in the resolution of queries and issues relating to new user take-on and amendments.
Maintenance of GRC exception reports in respect of fire fighter roles for review and approval.
Maintain relationships with all stakeholders that utilise Governance, Risk & Compliance within the broader information management systems.
Perform independent verification checks/validation of User access and authorisations data take-on and amendments.
Ensure new user access and requests for amendments are appropriately authorised and correctly filed and safeguarded.
Perform technical administration including running reports and formatting and validating data including reviews for duplications etc. 3.2. Effective Teamwork and Self-Management
Take ownership and accountability for tasks and activities and demonstrate effective self-management in terms of planning and prioritising, and self-development.
Follow through to ensure that quality and productivity standards of work are consistently and accurately maintained. Inform relevant parties in the event of tasks or deadlines not met, the potential risks thereof and provide appropriate resolution. Manage colleagues expectations and communicate appropriately.
Demonstrate willingness to help others and “go the extra mile” to meet team targets and objectives.
Closing Date: 09 December 2014