October 23, 2022

STATE ACCOUNTANT

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 Financial
Management / Accounting / Commerce / Cost Accounting will be an added
advantage. 01 – 02 years’ experience in revenue and debt management
environment. Valid driver’s licence, with the exception of applicants with
disabilities. Competencies: People Management and Empowerment,
Programme and Project Management, Change Management, Knowledge
Management, Service Delivery Innovation, Problem solving and Analysis,
Client Orientation and Customer focus, Communication. Knowledge of relevant
Public Service Acts, regulations and frameworks. Knowledge and
understanding of policy analysis, development and interpretation Treasury
Regulations, PFMA, DORA, PPPFA.


DUTIES : Process payments and accounts. Receive order from supply chain. Check for
delivering note and invoice. Compile payment voucher foe EBT transfer.
Capture/ approve payment voucher on LOGIS. Receive EBT stubs. Link stubs
and invoices and dispatch copy of stubs to suppliers. File payment vouchers
according to system. Reconcile supplier statements against payments.
Negotiate with suppliers regarding payments. Compile monthly register for
fruitless and wasteful expenditure and submit to Head Office. Compile monthly
report for payments made after thirty (30) days. Capture EPWP stipends on
BAS. Provide salary. Check authenticity of documents to be capture on
PERSAL system. Approve PERSAL transactions such as allowances deductions, fringe benefits and IRP deductions.

Provide PERSAL administration in salary enquiries and reports. Monitor submission of taxpayers
IRP 3A to SARS for directives of paying taxes. Identify and specify state
liabilities on pension fund. Provide revenue. Collection of Government money.
Issue receipts manual or on line under correct allocation. Register receipts in
cash book. Deposit money. Balance receipts, cash book and deposit book.
Verify bank money. Verify and approve receipts in the BAS. Day-end receipts
on BAS. Confirm deposits on BAS. Monitor on line receipts and deposits for
reconciliation. Compile monthly reports. Keep a register for reserve face value
forms. Supervise human resource/ staff. Allocate and ensure quality of work.
Personnel development. Assess staff performance. Apply discipline. Manage
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. For 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 : For Sekhukhune District: Ms. Constance Makalela/ Mr. Malema Mathabatha
Tel No: 015 632 8300/8330
For Waterberg District: Ms Carol Modiba / Ms. Palesa Hlaole Tel No: 014 718
3000/3040/3052/3027
For Vhembe District: Mr. Frank Mavhungu/ Mr Elizabeth Murhovhi Tel No:
015 963 3790

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