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SALARY: R1 308 051 per annum, (an all-inclusive package)
CENTRE: Pretoria, Hatfield

REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must own an undergraduate qualification in Finance / Accounting, or an equivalent qualification at NQF level 7 as recognized by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). Registration as a Chartered Accountant (South Africa) will be an added advantage. Knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), Company’s Act, Preferential Procurement Policy Framework (PPPFA), Treasury Regulations, relevant government policies regulating financial management in government, and Generally, Recognised Accounting Practices (GRAP).

At least 5 years of experience at a senior management level, coupled with extensive management experience in the field of financial management covering Accounting, Budgeting, Reporting, Asset Management, and Supply Chain Management as well as the successful completion of the Public Service Senior Management Leadership Programme as endorsed by the National School of Government available as an online course on

Competencies and Skills: Excellent knowledge of financial management, budgeting principles, contract management, and supply chain management systems. Expert knowledge of Basic Accounting Systems, procedures, and controls within the private and public sectors; Extensive experience in financial accounting, management accounting, cost accounting, internal controls, internal and external audits, information systems, and Supply Chain Management. Knowledge and understanding of Facilities and Property management. Ability to establish good working relations with key stakeholders such as the National Treasury and Auditor-General of South Africa. Excellent communication skills (written and verbal). Client orientation and customer focus, honesty and integrity, and time management skills. Excellent project management, problem-solving, report writing, computer, and analytic skills are key to this post.

DUTIES: Oversee and provide overall management in the implementation of financial management and reporting services. Oversee and manage the provisioning of assets and supply chain management services. Provide overall management and facilitation of properties and facilities management services. Provide overall management and strategic direction in the chief directorate; Execute all responsibilities delegated by the Accounting Officer in terms of Sections 38 to 43 of the PFMA; Maintain an integrated accounting and financial management system, including financial reporting and internal control; Oversee the budgetary process within the Department and ensure alignment to Departmental strategic objectives, Departmental entities as well as exercise budgetary control and provide early warning arrangements at strategic level; Oversee the preparation and submission of quarterly and annual financial statements including other financial reports and liaise with National Treasury and the Auditor-General in this regard; Participate in policy formulation and review by rendering advice to the Executing Authority, Accounting Officer and Senior Management on financial matters and financial consequences thereof; Oversee the development, revision and alignment of Department of Communications and Digital; Technologies financial policies, priorities and processes according to legislation, Public Service Regulations and national and international best practices; Liaise with CFO’s of other Government departments and entities and ensure speedy recovery of expenditure incurred by the Department on behalf of other Departments or entities; and liaise with the relevant role-players in the financial environment regarding transversal financial matters.

ENQUIRIES: Ms. Tania Beukes at 082 477 9895, Ms. Louisa Kgang Tel No: (012) 421 7006 And Mr. Thabo Rangwato Tel No: (012) 427 8533

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