October 22, 2022

DEPUTY DIRECTOR: FINANCE

REF NO: S.4/3/9/35

CENTRE : Sekhukhune District


REQUIREMENTS : An undergraduate qualification (NQF level 06) as recognized by South African
Qualifications Authority (SAQA). An undergraduate qualification (NQF level 06)
as recognized by South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) in Finance,
Financial Accounting, Accounting, Cost Accounting, Commerce, SCM,
Logistics, and Assets Management will be an added advantage. 03-05
experience in finance environment with a minimum of three (3) years at a junior
/ lower management level. Valid driver’s licence, with the exception of
applicants with disabilities. Competencies: Strategic Capability and
Leadership, People Management and Empowerment, Programme and Project
Management, Financial Management, Change Management, Knowledge
Management, Service Delivery Innovation, Problem solving and Analysis,
Client Orientation and Customer focus, Communication. Knowledge of BAS
and PERSAL system. Knowledge of PFMA. Treasury regulations. Project
management. Compilation of reports. MS Office Package / Computer Literacy.
Budgetary process. Problem solving. Planning and organizing.


DUTIES : Manage Revenue collection. Monitor the policy and legislative framework to
ensure that cognisance is taken of new developments. Maintain policies and
processes. Monitor revenue collected and expenditure incurred and submit
reports and plans as required. Undertake revenue services by ensuring that
cashier, banking, and debt management, monitoring and reporting services are
rendered. Provide advice and guidance to role players on revenue and
expenditure procedures. Manage salaries, accounts and expenditure:
Authorize all salaries transaction of the district. Monitor the distribution of
payroll and pay slip and facilitate submission to Head Office. Undertake
expenditure management and accounting work as required to provide financial
administration and accounting services (legers/journals, accounting and
reporting) interim and annual financial statements. Manage Budget: Facilitate
the financial planning and budgeting for the district. Provide the district financial
reporting. Monitor cash flow and submit cash flow reports and plans as
required. Monitor compliance with financial prescripts. Provide advice and
guidance to role players on the use of forecasting methods and tools.

Facilitate the roll-overs and virement process. Provide the district financial reporting.
Provide acquisition services: Compile operational/supply chain acquisition
management plan and obtain approval. Manage the execution of the
acquisition management plan. Monitor and review acquisition management
activities. Setting up the Bid Evaluation, Bid Adjudication and Bid Specification
Committees and render a secretariat service to the relevant committees.
Oversee the biding process by: compilation of bid documents and
advertisements, publishing of bid document, receipt (closing and opening) of
bid documents, processing of bid documents. Manage the compilation of the
list of prospective providers.

Compile terms of reference to invite service providers for an expression of interest. Receive, evaluate and adjudicate expressions of interest. Compile a database of approved suppliers. Manage the sourcing of bids from the database according to the threshold values
determined by the National Treasury. Provide assets management services:
Design and develop logistics and disposal management policies processes
and procedures. Monitor and review logistical and disposal management by:
processing of requisitions for goods and services, Placement of orders for
goods and services, safekeeping and distribution of goods, stock control,
identification of outdated, unserviceable, redundant and obsolete stock and the
disposal thereof. Inform guide and advice departmental employees on logistics
and disposal management matters to promote correct implementation and
sound logistics and disposal management practices. Provide resources
(human, financial & physical) in accordance with relevant directives and
legislation: Plan and organize resources for future requirements (human
finance, equipment’s etc.). Prepare the budget in line with strategic plans,
operational plans and department objectives. Implement the budget by
monitoring, projecting & reporting expenditure. Maximize spending in line with
strategic objective. Monitor performance and task completions. Set targets.
Monitor and report on the utilization of equipment’s. Evaluate and monitor
performance and appraisal of employees. Provide staff capacity and
development. Enhance and maintain employee motivation and cultivate a
culture of performance management. Manage discipline. Provide job
description to subordinates. Manage division leave matters.

APPLICATIONS : Applications Address: Department of Public Works, Roads and Infrastructure:
Head Office: Private Bag X9490 Polokwane 0700 or hand delivered at Works
Tower Building, No. 43 Church Street, Polokwane, 0699.
Capricorn District: Private Bag X9378, Polokwane 0700 or hand deliver at 15
Landros Mare Street, next to Correctional Services. Mopani District: Private Bag X576, GIYANI 0826 or hand deliver at 570 Parliamentary Building, Giyani.
Sekhukhune District: Private Bag X02 Chuenespoort, 0745 or hand deliver
at Lebowakgomo Zone A, next to traffic department.
Vhembe District: Private Bag X2248, Sibasa, 0970 or hand deliver at Cnr.
Traffic and Raluswielo Street, Sibasa.
Waterberg District: Private Bag X1028 Modimolle, 0510 or hand deliver at
Cnr. Thabo Mbeki & Elias Motsoaledi Street.

Attention: For Head Office posts:
Director- HR Services; For District posts: District Director.


ENQUIRIES : Ms. Constance Makalela/ Mr. Malema Mathabatha Tel No: 015 632 8300/8330

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