• Full Time
  • Pretoria, Gauteng, CGO Building, cnr Bosman and Madiba Street, 0001 View on Map
  • Public Works posted 1 month ago
  • Posted : Aug 16, 2021 -Accepting applications
  • Salary: R316,791.00 - R316,791.00 / Annual
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Job Detail

  • Offered Salary R316 791 per annum
  • Qualifications Diploma
  • Industry Business, finance and economy
  • Reference REF NO: 2021/263
  • Centre Head Office (Pretoria)
  • Enquiries
    Mr. K Magano/Mr. V Baliso Tel No: (012) 406 1034/012 406 1540
  • Where to submit application
    Post: The Director-General, Department of Public Works and Infrastructure, Private Bag X65, Pretoria, 0001 or Hand-delivery: The CGO Building, Corner Bosman and Madiba Streets, Pretoria. For Attention: Ms. N.P. Mudau.
  • Notes
    The Department of Public Works is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. The intention is to promote representativity in the Public Service through the filling of these posts and with persons whose appointment will promote representativity, will receive preference. An indication by candidates in this regard will facilitate the processing of applications. If no suitable candidates from the unrepresented groups can be recruited, candidates from the represented groups will be considered. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Kindly take note that with effect from 01 January 2021 DPSA approved the new Z83 application form, you are all requested to use it and failure to use the new application form your application will be disqualified, obtainable from any Public Service department. The Z83 form must be signed when submitted, however for purpose of certification of documents HODs are referred to circular 35 of 2019 and circular 10 of 2020. To streamline the recruitment process to be more responsive to the public, as well as to create more protective measures during the pandemic by avoiding over-crowding and curb the costs incurred by applicants such measures should include the 48 following regarding certification: Advertisement and accompanying notes must be clearly capture the requirements for the certification to reflects that applicants must submit copies of qualifications, identity documents, and driver’s license (Where applicable) and any other relevant documents, such copies need not to be certified when applying for the post. The communication form the HR of the department regarding requirements of certified documents will be limited to shortlisted candidates. Therefore only shortlisted candidates for a post will be required to submit certified documents on or before the day of the interview following communication from HR. The application for employment form (Z83) provides under the sectional “additional information” that candidates who are selected for interviews will be requested to be furnished additional certified information that may be requested to make final decision. It must be borne in mind that when a document is certified as a true copy of an original, the certifier only confirms it being a true copy of the original presented. Therefore, the certification process does not provide validation of the authenticity of the original document. The validation occurs when the documents is verified for authenticity. Regulation 67 (9) requires the executive authority to ensure that he or she is fully satisfied of the claims being made and these read with Regulations (57) (c) which requires the finalisation of Personnel Suitability Checks in order to verify claims and check the candidate for purpose of being fit and proper for employment. Applications not complying with the above will be disqualified. Should you not have heard from us within the next months, please regard your application as unsuccessful. Note: It is the responsibility of all applicants to ensure that foreign and other qualifications are evaluated by SAQA. Recognition of prior learning will only be considered on submission of proof by candidates. Kindly note that appointment will be subject to verification of qualifications and a security clearance. Faxed, e-mailed or late applications will NOT be accepted. Shortlisted candidates must be willing to undergo normal vetting and verification processes. Should you not have heard from us within the next months, please regard your application as unsuccessful.

Job Description

REQUIREMENTS : A three years tertiary qualification (NQF level 6) in Supply Chain Management/ Purchasing Management/ Business Management/ Economics/ Finance / Administration / Management Sciences. Minimum 3 years relevant experience in Procurement / Supply Chain Management. Experience in Construction or Infrastructure Procurement will be an added advantage. Knowledge of Supply Chain Management Framework, procurement related legislation and regulations, including the Public Finance Management Act, Code of Conduct for Supply Chain Management Practitioners, Treasury Regulations and Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, CIDB Act, CIDB Regulations and CIDB Practice Notes and Guides. Understanding of government procurement systems and processes within the built environment is essential. Good verbal and written communication skills, the ability to manage confidential information, advanced interpersonal and negotiation skills, problem solving skills, decision making skills and computer literacy are critical competency areas. The ability to work and deliver under pressure and within tight time frames is essential. DUTIES : Execute, facilitate, support supervise, and performance manage the following SCM functions – Demand: Conduct needs assessments by collecting and analyzing relevant data, categorizing commodities and confirming availability of funds, Coordinate and collate business/line functions’ and Regional inputs for procurement plans, Conduct a market and industry analysis, Identify/implement preference points system and appropriate goals per commodity in terms of preferential procurement policy objectives, Oversee; coordinate and advise on the process of drafting specifications/terms of reference and special conditions of contract. Acquisitions: ensure that the bid/quotation processes are compliant and fully executed within the requisite legislative and regulatory frameworks and stipulations. Provide and account for SCM administrative and technical support to ALL Bid Committees, systems and related structures. Ensure that procurement source documents are verified, standard bidding documents are compiled, captured and authorized in accordance with departmental policies and procedures and compliant with applicable legislative requirements, SCM Performance Reporting: Consolidate monthly Head Office and Regional Offices’ inputs to produce SCM performance reports against the Annual Performance Plan, Collate data; prepare reports and presentations for management use, Monitor and report on BBBEE/Preferential Procurement spending in terms of the Department’s targets and report on a weekly/monthly basis on performance against the Procurement Plan. Risk Management: participate, support and provide assistance in the conduct of the annual SCM Risk Assessment and development of the SCM risk universe, response plan and quarterly strategic/operational risk reports. Regularity Audit Support: Coordinate Internal and External Audit engagement processes, steer the SCM response process and provide analysis of audit queries, management responses and Audit conclusions. Ensure timeous reporting to Treasury and Auditor General (AG). Perform any other assigned duties in relation to the implementation of the Supply Chain Management system of the PMTE/DPWI.

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