|National Senior Certificate/ Grade 12/ Standard 10 or NCV Level 4. Appropriate National Diploma/Degree in Accounting. Minimum of three years supervisory experience gained in a financial environment. Minimum of three years’ experience in budgeting, financial accounting and financial management reporting. Recommendation: Computer Literacy. Unendorsed Valid Driver’s Licence. Sound understanding of GRAP, IFRS and other relevant finance reporting standards. Strategic capability and leadership. Problem solving and analysis. Technical proficiency, quality management, reconciliation and financial management, communication management and people management and empowerment. A dynamic individual, who is service delivery orientated, customer focused, maintains high integrity and is able to perform in a team environment. Good knowledge of the legislation and prescripts applicable to the public sector will be an added advantage. Candidate must be willing to travel, work irregular hours and be committed to meet deadlines within tight timeframes. SAICA or SAIPA articles will be an advantage Must be computer literate in Office packages (Ms Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and internet). DUTIES: Planning – Coordinate, review, analyse and quality assure the financial supporting information for planning purposes. Coordinate and review the necessary financial supporting documents required for the strategic and annual performance planning process. Analyse and quality assures the relevant financial information required in the evaluation and development of business and project plans. Check and verify the supporting information for various financial planning processes. Budgeting – Coordinate, review, analyse and quality assure the budget preparation process. Coordinate the preparation and consultation for the MTEF budget process. Analyse, interpret and implement the treasury guidelines for the estimates of national expenditure (ENE). Develop templates for the collection of budget information from line functionaries. Align budget statements with the annual performance plan, strategic plan, national and provincial spending priorities. Analyse and interpret the requirements for the monthly cash flow and adjusted cash flow as prescribed by Treasury and recommend corrective action where required. Undertake the planning and supervise the preparation and consultation process in the implementation of the adjustments estimates process. Assess where shifting of funds/ virements is required and possible by reviewing expenditure against budget and make recommendations. Supervise the recording of adjustments and provide feedback to the relevant components. Provide information for the preparation of the annual financial statements. Monitor that all shifts/virements are included in the adjusted budget. Analyse requests for rollovers and make recommendations in compliance with prescripts (including funds committed but not spent). Reporting – Coordinate, review, analyse and quality assure the management accounting reporting processes. Evaluate information on monthly reports produced (variance between actual versus budgeted expenditure) and recommend appropriate actions where necessary. Monitor that all shifts/virements are included in the In Year Monitoring Report. Provide advice and guidance to role players on the use of forecasting methods and tools. Compile information for the interim and annual performance reports. Manage the operational processes, resources and procedures associated with the management accounting functions. Develop and review departmental policies and procedures applicable to management accounting (planning and budgeting). Allocate duties to personnel, monitoring outcomes and instituting the necessary corrective measures to address deviations from standards. Determine workflow requirements. Monitor performance of employees and determine training needs. Control leave and related personnel matters applying laid down Human Resources procedures. Enquiries about this post may be directed to Mr LP Norman: Deputy Principal: Finance at (057) 910 6000 during office hours
|A completed new Z83 form should be accompanied by a recently updated comprehensive CV (inclusive of three contactable referees and contact details). all qualifications must be accompanied with academic transcripts/records. In terms of COVID 19 Safety Protocols copies need not be certified when applying for a post. Communication from the HR regarding the required certified documents will be limited to shortlisted candidates. Please quote the relevant reference number of the post you are applying for. Candidates who apply for more than one post should complete a separate application form for each post. Applications received after the closing date will NOT be accepted. Shortlisted candidates will be subjected to a vetting process (criminal record, citizenship, credit record checks (where applicable, qualification and employment verification). Where applicable, shortlisted candidates will be subjected to a skills/knowledge/competence test. The College/DHET reserves the right not to make appointments and correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. If you do not receive any response within three months after closing date of this advertisement, kindly accept that your application as unsuccessful. NOTE: All costs incurred due to your application and interviews will be at your own expense. Preference will be given to persons from designated groups, especially with regard to race, gender and disability. The successful candidate will undergo a vetting process and will sign a Performance Agreement with the College Principal. People with disability are encouraged to apply.