SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT INTERN
The Council for the Built Environment (CBE), located in Menlyn, Pretoria, has the above position available for an immediate appointment.
Closing Date: 28 August 2020.
Verification and auditing of files
Proactively identify discrepancies in documents and report these to SCM Practitioner
Assist in preparing evaluation score sheets prior to evaluation
Electronic and hard copy filing of relevant documentation for the unit
Assist internal and external stakeholders with payments and claims
Assist with meeting logistical arrangements (booking of venues, refreshments etc.)
Participate in activities of the unit
Take minutes during meetings
Perform Central Supplier Database (CSD) checks on suppliers prior to the award of a bid and assist with verifying suppliers’ compliance with the relevant pre-qualification criteria
Attend to basic queries from clients and stakeholders
Perform general administrative functions
The Council for the Built Environment (CBE) is a statutory body established under the Council for the Built Environment Act
(No. 43 of 2000). It is an overarching body that coordinates the six Councils for the Built Environment Professions - Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Engineering, Property Valuation, Project and Construction Management, and Quantity Surveying - for instilling good conduct within these professions, transforming them and advising the South African government on Built Environment related issues.
REQUIREMENTS AND COMPETENCIES:
National Diploma/ Degree in Supply Chain Management and/or Logistics/ Public
Between the age of 18-35
South African citizen
No criminal record
Unemployed and have not participated in an internship programme previously
A good academic record of 60% and above in any of the fields of study listed
Proficiency in MS Office suite
Communication and interpersonal skills
Attention to detail
Applications must be submitted with a detailed CV quoting the title of the position and the academic record, by e-mail on email@example.com by 28 August 2020.
Applicants not contacted within four (4) weeks of the closing date should consider their application unsuccessful. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). The successful applicant will be required to undergo a competency assessment. The CBE reserves the right not to make an appointment. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.