SALARY: R744 255 per year (Tier 11), (all inclusive salary package)
CENTER : Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must be in possession of a relevant National Diploma (NQF 6) or Bachelor’s Degree (NQF 7) preferably in Risk Management or an equivalent related qualification recognized by SAQA, and at least four (4) years of relevant experience in the risk management environment, of which two years must be at salary level nine (9) or ten (10). he/she should have Knowledge of the Public Finance Management Law, Treasury Regulations, Corporate Governance and Risk Management Framework. Knowledge of risk management software will be an added bonus. Required skills; project management, computer literacy, planning and organization, analytical skills, monitoring and evaluation, interpersonal and negotiation skills, problem solving customer service skills and abilities. He/she must have a strong understanding of government policy, a general understanding of the government’s mandate, and a strong interest in government and current affairs. A valid driver’s license is also required.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Help link risk management processes to the Department’s business plan and objectives. Develop, review, monitor and implement the enterprise risk management framework within the department. Assist in the development and implementation of an ongoing department-wide risk management awareness program. Consult with stakeholders within areas of responsibility to
Ensure the identification and management of risks. Facilitate the operational risk assessment process (risk identification, analysis and rating) within the department, guided by the department’s risk management strategy and policy. Assist in project risk analysis and evaluation of various projects Provide advice to management on issues related to risk management. identify potential business interruptions, develop safeguards against these interruptions and implement recovery procedures in case of business interruptions. Ensure plans are in place to keep the Department running after disruptive events such as natural disasters, sabotage, crime, and human and computer error. Monitor and assess departmental risk profiles and related action plans and report on them. Assist in the compilation of quarterly risk management reports for the departmental Risk Management Committee and Management Committee.
Coordinate Integrity Management within the department as part of the department’s anti-corruption initiatives.

INQUIRIES: Ms. Sizakele Sibiya Tel No: (012) 473 0123
NOTE: Preference will be given to African men and men and women of color. Persons with disabilities will be given preference regardless of race.

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