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|Hiring Department:-||DPSA vacancies 2022|
|Job Type:-||DPSA Finance Improvement Director vacancies|
|Department Name:-||Department of Government Technical Advisory Centre vacancies|
|Locality:-||Jobs in Pretoria|
|Hiring Category:-||Government Vacancies|
|Region:-||Jobs in Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape, Free State, Limpopo, North West, Mpumalanga, KwaZulu Natal, Gauteng|
|Salary Est:-||R1 269 951 – R1 495 959 p/- Annually|
|Closing Date:-||October 30, 2022|
Requirements DPSA government jobs:-
REQUIREMENTS : A Bachelor’s degree (NQF Level 7) in Finance, Accounting, or another field related to the post deliverables. A minimum of 10 – 12 years’ experience in financial management which includes revenue and expenditure controls and internal audit, revenue collection, supply chain management, and financial budgeting and reporting, of which at least 5 years are at Senior Management level. A minimum of 5 years’ experience in public service is required at local government level. Experience in public finance management reform initiatives / public sector interventions, risk management, business continuity planning, financial recovery planning and infrastructure and asset management is advantageous. Competencies Required: Financial Management: Knowledge and ability to apply financial management practices, processes, controls and systems associated with budgeting and expenditure management, revenue management, financial and chartered accounting, supply chain management, asset management and financial risk and audit management. Policy Management: Knowledge of public finance policies and related legislation and regulations, and legislative processes. The ability to monitor legislation that is of interest to Treasury and use a wide variety of resources and tools to develop, 32 maintain, monitor, enforce and provide oversight of policies and regulations. Project Budget Management: Knowledge of regulations regarding the management of public finances, and the methodologies, processes and tools for managing project budgets including the forecasting, implementing, monitoring, evaluating and reporting on expenditure activities and schedules.
DUTIES : To lead the MFIP technical assistance and support programme designed to holistically and cooperatively address and build the institutional and technical capacity of municipalities, provincial Treasuries and national Treasury to manage finances in compliance with the MFMA and Chapter 3 of the Constitution. MFIP Strategy, Budget, and Governance and Management: Manage the provision of MFIP inputs to the GTAC strategy and APP, and the development, implementation, monitoring and reporting on the MFIP APP and performance indicators. Manage the preparation, compliance and performance monitoring, record keeping and reporting on the MFIP budget, expenditure and patterns. Participate in, contribute to and implement decisions of the GTAC governance and management committees. Manage the establishment and maintenance of the MFIP management framework and internal controls 33 including policies and procedures, business processes, guidelines and templates, systems and databases, and delegations register. Manage the lodging, communication, compliance monitoring and periodic reviewing and enhancement where required of the MFIP management framework and internal controls. Manage the provision of support to GTAC audit committee and internal and external audits, including preparation and availability of documentation and information, and the implementation of corrective measures with regard to audit findings. Manage the OAG/GTAC MoA and project charter arrangements to ensure MFIP institutional sustainability and enable improved programme oversight. MFIP Performance and Productivity Management: Manage the capacity and productivity of MFIP including the establishment of posts, recruitment of staff, delegation of work, development of competence, and resolution of issues. Manage MFIP staff performance and learning including the: development, monitoring and reviewing of annual performance plans and indicators, reviewing and reporting of performance results, development and implementation of personal development plans. Oversee and manage, in collaboration with GTAC ICT, the connectivity, applications and databases functionality and performance for MFIP project management and knowledge management. Oversee and manage the utilisation and performance of the MFIP electronic and paper document management system including the filing plan, document security plan, document tracking system and organisational handbook. Oversee the planning and utilisation of the MFIP office resources and assets and auxiliary services. MFIP Services Research and Quality Management: Oversee, guide and monitor the performance and continuous improvement of the MFIP programme and service delivery including: researching and benchmarking services against best-practices, evaluating services against stakeholder and business needs, researching and reporting latest trends, updating legislative and regulatory frameworks, building network groups for reference and benchmarking, and knowledge exchange and sharing.
ENQUIRIES : Kaizer Malakoane Tel No: 066 2507072
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