SALARY: R1 073 187 per year (an all-inclusive annual remuneration package). The remuneration package includes a base salary (70% of the package), a State contribution to the Government Employees Pension Fund (13% of the base salary) and a flexible portion that can be structured according to the personal needs of each individual.
CENTER : Cape Town

REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor of Commerce with a minor in Accounting or Supply Chain Management (NQF level 7) recognized by SAQA. Applicants must have 5 years of mid-management level experience in accounting (finance) or supply chain environment. The incumbent must have knowledge and experience in Supply Chain and Asset Management. Applicants must have a thorough understanding of all applicable financial laws and regulations, including exposure to the Preferred Procurement Policy Framework Act (PPPFA), the Preferred Procurement Regulations, Treasury Regulations, the US Black Economic Empowerment Act, Broad Base (BBBEEA), the Standards of Recognized Accounting Practice (GRAP) and the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA). Knowledge of relevant legislation, policies and procedures related to property and facility management. Knowledge and understanding of government imperatives and priorities. Knowledge and understanding of white paper on transforming public service delivery (Batho Pele).Proven experience in Supply Chain and Asset Management) at a strategic and operational level, including resolving complex reconciliation items, review of work, monthly and quarterly legal reports, as well as preparing briefing notes for annual financial statements and year-end audit schedules. Proven leadership, management, project management, communication, interpersonal, conflict resolution, analytical and financial management skills. Must be computer literate and able to work under pressure.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide strategic direction, leadership and management with respect to supply chain management (and asset management functions of the Marine Living Resources Fund (MLRF). Develop, manage and execute key strategic objectives and business plan supply chain and asset management unit of the MLRF Ensure the necessary organizational capacity it is created and managed to meet basic operational requirements. Manage unit performance to ensure quality service delivery and achievement of key strategic objectives. Ensure effective management of financial and human resources. Interpret, understand and implement supply chain management and asset management as required by legislation, regulations and GRAP standards. Develop and implement relevant policies and procedures regarding supply chain and asset management for the MLRF. Develop and implement internal control procedures to ensure the effective operation of the unit and risk management. Ensure good contract management for the MLRF. Manage and control MLRF assets (including disposal management). Supply risk management derived from contracts and disposals of assets. Provide advisory service in the determination of the Bid evaluation criteria, the compilation of the Bid documents, the evaluation of the Bids and the recommendations to the MLRF Bid Committee. Provide a support service to the Chief Director: Financial Management MLRF and other Senior Managers in the execution of their functions (reports and others) in terms of the Living Marine Resources Law, Public Finance Management Law and Treasury Regulations. Liaise with relevant actors in the Branch Fisheries Management and MLRF environment regarding specific and cross-cutting issues. procurement matters.

INQUIRIES: Mr. W Rooifontein Tel No: (082) 822 2882

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