MANAGER: DEMAND, PLANNING AND ACQUISITION Job Vacancy

Contract Government Pensions Administration Agency in National Government
  • Post Date: Jul 22, 2022
  • Apply Before : Aug 5, 2022
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Job Details

  • Offered Salary R744 255 per annum (Level 11), all-inclusive salary
  • Qualifications Diploma
  • Industry Business, finance and economy
  • Reference REF NO: M/DPA/2022/07- 1C
  • Centre Pretoria Head Office
  • Enquiries
    Mr Ismael Radebe Tel No: 012 399 2299
  • Where to submit application
    It is mandatory to email your application (comprehensive CV and new Z83 signed) to [email protected] quoting the reference number in the subject heading of the email
  • Notes
    Take note of the requirements regarding a new Z83 effective 1 January 2021 as per the DPSA regulations as well as all other requirements specified in the footer. Take note of Circular 19 of 2022 regarding the practice note on the Z83 application and completion thereof. The certification of all supporting documents will be expected of the shortlisted candidates only. Interviews may be conducted via a virtual medium which will be discussed with each shortlisted applicant. The applicant should have the necessary data and equipment for this purpose. Correspondence will only be conducted with the short- listed candidates. If you have not been contacted within six (6) months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Note: The purpose of the role is to manage the acquisition and demand planning of goods and services in the organisation. One contract position of Manager: Demand, Planning and Acquisition is currently available at Supply Chain Management in GPAA on a 12-months contract.

Job Description

REQUIREMENTS: An appropriate three-year National Diploma/B Degree (at least 360 credits) in Supply Chain Management/Logistics Management or related SCM/Finance field. Six (6) years appropriate proven experience in Supply Chain Management of which three (3) years was in a managerial role. Computer literacy that includes a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office products, especially Microsoft Excel and Word. Knowledge of GPAA policies and procedures, Knowledge of GEPF services and products, Knowledge of relevant legal requirements particularly BCEA and Public Service Act. Knowledge of Public Finance Management Policies and National Treasury regulations. Knowledge of Supply Chain Processes and Policies, Knowledge of Employee Benefits, Strategic planning, Analytical skills, Strong leadership and Managerial skills, Financial skills, Planning and organizing skills, Decision making and problem solving skills, Communication skills, Motivational skills, Ability to establish controls to monitor tasks, Persuasiveness and flexibility, Customer service orientation, Ability to take responsibility, Ability to work under pressure, Ability to delegate, Integrity/reliability/honesty, Quality and result orientated. DUTIES: The incumbent will be responsible for a wide variety of tasks within SCM, which includes but are not limited to the following: Manage tender and procurement process: Source tender specifications from components and units and advertising of tenders, Oversee the compilation of tender documents, Oversee allocation of tender numbers, advert dates and closing dates, Oversee placing of advertisement for tenders on tender bulletin, Treasury website and national newspaper where required, Manage the administration of all processes related to the monitoring of tender documents, Oversee all tender documents received from project manager and Bid Adjudication Committee, Oversee the registration of all tenders, Manage the maintenance of open and close tender register. Provide support with regards to development, implementation and maintenance of procurement policies and frameworks: Provide support with regard to the development of supply chain management policies and strategies. Ensure that policies are in line with the organisation’s strategic objectives, Treasury Regulations and the Government BBBEE frameworks. Identify deficiencies in policy framework, procedural guidelines and work processes within the Supply Chain Management business unit. Design, implement and maintain effective procurement control systems to ensure compliance to policy and procedures on a continuous basis. Communicate changes to policy, procedures and work processes to staff in the business unit and train/coach staff in applying these, where required. Compile corporate demand plan informed by end users: Communicate with all cost centre managers with regards to their procurement plans. Consolidate all procurement plans into one for the whole of GPAA. Facilitate the reporting on the progress of the procurement plan to OCPO and other internal platforms. Assist the specification committee with compilation of the terms of reference or specifications, as it relates to SCM prescripts and legislative requirements. Oversee the scheduling and the advertisement of tenders. Conduct industry analysis for specific products and devise a sourcing strategy. Conduct market analysis for specialized sourcing request. Analyze repetitive sourcing request and determine consolidative solutions. Manage and develop staff: Set, agree and monitor performance of direct reports, check that it is aligned with planned targets. Allocate work according to the individual workload, expertise, and developmental needs of the individual. Identify development and succession planning requirements. Ensure employment equity compliance. Monitor that outputs achieve business requirements. Facilitate staff productivity and efficiency, minimizing absenteeism and turnover figures. Motivate staff through the i

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