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DPSA has released a Chief Financial Officer (Cfo) job notification at www.dpsa.gov.za Careers website. Department of Public Service and Administration has displayed vacant seats for the post of Chief Financial Officer (Cfo) vacancies. Candidates satisfying the desired eligibility conditions as mentioned in the Department of Public Service and Administration official notification can submit their application in the prescribed format on before last date with the help of details given below-
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|Name of Available Job Post ⇒||Chief Financial Officer (Cfo)|
|Name of Vacancies ⇒||DPSA Vacancies 2022|
|Job Location ⇒||Jobs in Pretoria|
|Salary ⇒||R 1269,951.00 Yearly|
|Last Date ⇒||13 May 2022|
DPSA Chief Financial Officer (Cfo) Job Description
Applicants must be in possession of an appropriate three year Bachelor’s
Degree (NQF level 7) in the field of Financial Management and/or equivalent.
A SAICA CA qualification is strongly recommended. At least 6-10 years’
experience in financial accounting, supply chain management and budgeting
of which five years must have been at a Senior Management Level.
Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the Public Finance
Management Act (PFMA) and Generally Recognised Accounting Practice
(GRAP) including proven experience in its application. A track record in
preparation and management of strategic plans, business plans, budgets and
financial reports. Ability to implement internal systems and controls to ensure
sound Financial Management as well as the management of resources. Skills
in Financial Management, Management Accounting and Supply Chain
Management within a trading entity will be an advantage. Proven managerial
and communication skills (written and verbal). Competencies in Strategic
Capability and Leadership, Financial Management, Knowledge Management,
Service Delivery Innovation (SDI), Problem solving and Analysis, People
Management and Empowerment, Client Orientation and Customer Focus.
The successful candidate will provide strategic direction as head of the Finance
chief directorate. Support the Principal and other senior managers in the
execution of their functions in terms of the Public Service Act, 1994 and the
PFMA, 1999. Ensuring that NSG’s financial resources are effectively utilized to
a variance of 0% (Vote) and 10% (Trade). Oversee the statutory reporting and
management reporting. Driving the implementation of an integrated financial
processing and management system, linked to those of line function units.
Leading the expansion of a modernized financial accounting section to handle
the high volume of transactions, arising from increased training activities.
Establishing and maintaining appropriate systems (analytical tools, information
systems and models or projections of cost behaviour) and policies to ensure
effective and efficient management of resources. Formulating creative
solutions to enhance cost effectiveness and efficiency in the delivery of the
services and the administration of the NSG. Facilitating the implementation of
national norms and standards where applicable. Liaison with key stakeholders
such as the National Treasury, Auditor-General of South Africa as well as risk
management and audit institutions. Advising the Principal pertaining to matters
that have strategic, financial and revenue implications. Liaising with the
relevant role-players in the financial environment regarding transverse financial
matters. Managing and leading to collect the relevant data to identify potential
sources of revenue of the NSG by continuously identify potential of actual
sources of revenue, identifying limits to the revenue base of the NSG, review
the tariff policy and ensure it’s included in the annual report and to conduct
analyses on revenue collection trends which will inform recommendations for
increases in tariffs and fee structures where relevant.
ENQUIRIES : Ms Letty Raseroka Tel No: (012) 441 6626