Posted on :
10 Feb, 2014
10 Feb, 2014
Salary: R212 106 – R249 849 p.a. exclusive of benefits
Location: Mpumalanga Regional Office, Nelspruit (Ref No.: 4/30)
Knowledge, experience, interpretation and application of accrual accounting and GRAP standards will be an added advantage; Knowledge of Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), Treasury Regulations on public entity and other relevant regulations;
ERP knowledge on Oracle or SAP or AccPacc or accrual accounting compliant systems and a valid driver’s license are essential.
The incumbent will be responsible for the following functions: Capture and maintain a departmental supplier database; Obtain quotations from suppliers on the departmental supplier database or using any appropriate sourcing method;
Assist users with drafting of terms of references (ToRs) and specifications for goods or services; Compile request for bids/quotes and ensure that all relevant forms are attached;
Coordinate and attend briefing sessions to give clarity to prospective bidders on SCM processes in terms of SCM regulations;
Evaluate quotations and bids by applying the relevant PPPFA preference point system when applicable;
Ensure compliance to all SCM prescripts and Treasury regulations;
Capture and issuing of orders; Manage suppliers performance;
Notify unsuccessful bidders of the outcome of their quotations;
Conduct asset verification; Stock count and perform reconciliations of the fixed asset register and the trial balance.
Persons interested in applying for the following posts should send their applications (CV, recently certified copies of qualifications and ID, including a signed Z83) quoting the relevant reference number to:
Attention: Mr S Sithole, Postal Address: Private Bag x11230, Nelspruit 1200. Hand delivery: 18 Ferreira Street, Nelspruit 1200. Enquiries to: Ms A Ndlovu on 013 754 9334 or Ms A Du Preez 013 754 9337.
Closing date: 11 February 2014
Important notes: Appointment will be subject to a compulsory pre-employment screening in the form of qualification, references, ITC, criminal checks, and compulsory competency assessment. It is our intention to promote representivity in terms of race, gender, disability and youth through the filling of these posts and candidates whose appointment will promote representivity will receive preference. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) prior to the selection process. The Agency is under no obligation to fill a post after the advertisement thereof. Please note: All SASSA staff are subject to compulsory Security Vetting on appointment. No faxed or emailed application will be accepted.