Offered Salary R376 596 per annum (Level 09), (All salary inclusive package Level)
Reference REF NO: DOT/HRM/2021/61
Ms S Singh, Tel No: (012) 309 3891
Where to submit application
Department of Transport, Private Bag X193, Pretoria, 0001 or hand deliver at the 159 Forum Building, Cnr Struben and Bosman Street, Pretoria for attention Recruitment Unit. Room 4034 or email to: [email protected]
Note: email applications must be sent as one attachment to avoid non-delivery of the email and only quotes the name of the post you applying for on the Subject Line.
Candidates must quote name of the post for the abovementioned position on the subject line when applying i.e. Assistant Director: Financial Administration
REQUIREMENTS: A recognised NQF level 6/7 in (Bcom Degree or three-year National Diploma) financial related studies coupled with five years working experience within a financial environment. A post graduate qualification will be an added advantage. Required knowledge, experience and skills: Knowledge of Financial Management, PFMA and the Treasury Regulations, State Accounting, Basic Accounting System (BAS), Compilation of Management reports, planning and Organisation. Skills required: Project Management, procurement and tender processes, written and verbal communication and computer literacy skills. DUTIES: The incumbent will be responsible to: Provide a financial management service to the Branch through the: ongoing management and monitoring of expenditure versus budget allocations, investigation and enquiring about anomalies in the budget, liaising with the Directorate: Supply Chain Management, Financial Administration on related enquiries, requesting of the shifting of funds as necessary in consultation with the relevant Responsibility Managers and obtaining the necessary approvals, compilation of the budgetary inputs of all the Chief Directorates, Sub-directorates and Sections for which the Branch is responsible for, consolidation of the 3 year Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF), Estimates of National Expenditure (ENE), Adjustment of Estimates of National Expenditure (AENE) and Performance Information for the AG inputs for the Branch; co-ordination of inputs for the Branch for the Annual Report, Budget Review and Recommendations Report (BRRR) and Budget Vote, management of the rollover of funds, requesting for additional funds and re-prioritisation of funds (if necessary) and the development of status quo reports of the budget for the Programme Manager, sub programme managers and the Responsibility managers; Co-ordination of Auditor General and other financial related queries for the Branch; Maintenance of registers for procurement to track all forms of payments. Provide a financial management support service pertaining to the expenditure control and monitoring for the Branch through: management of procurement issues related to the acquisition of goods and services by: ensuring that misallocations of expenditure are corrected through journal entries; verifying that spending is in line with the strategic objectives prescripts and provisions of the Strategic Plan and Annual Performance Plan; requesting of the disbursement report to verify all payments 71 that were processed; requesting of expenditure reports daily; compilation and maintenance of a financial database with regard to the income and expenditure of each phase of projects and per each spending institution; assisting with consolidation of inputs for the Branch strategic and operational Risk Registers and participating in Risk Champion meetings. Perform the Budget Controller function through: planning for the respective budget cycle; forecasting expenditure and expenditure trends; monitoring of programme/sub programme budgets for over and under expenditure; be responsible for the virement and shifting of funds within and across programmes; reporting on unauthorized, irregular, fruitless and wasteful expenditure; analysis of and providing inputs according to the budget guidelines as issued by National Treasury; ensuring compliance within the Branch with all applicable legislation such as PFMA and Treasury Regulations; participating in all budget related meetings; approving availability of budget for S&T requests, such as booking of transport, accommodation, conference venues and flights for the COO Branch, offices of the Deputy-Minister and Minister and verifying cell-phone claims, catering and photocopying machine invoices for the Branch.