City of Johannesburg: Finance and Management Assistant Intern

An internship programme is an intervention by the City of Johannesburg to address the growing demand by tertiary institution for students to undergo on-the-job exposure, as a pre-requisite to acquire an academic qualification or as a requirement after the acquisition of an academic qualification to obtain experiential training. The City is committed to provide work-based training for students.

• Applications, which have not been responded to within 6 weeks of closing date, should be regarded as unsuccessful.

• Appointments will be made in accordance with the COJ Employment Equity policy and People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

The City of Johannesburg (CoJ), Transport Department has the following Internship opportunities available for a period NOT exceeding eighteen (18) months

Department: Transport

Branch: Schedule Service Management Agency: Infrastructure

Designation: Intern X 2

Salary Range: R8 329.27 pm (cost to company, basic salary, no benefits) Completed qualification, with at least 360 credits, OR

Salary Range: R3 500.00 pm (cost to company, basic salary, no benefits) must be enrolled as student.

Appointment Requirements:

• N6 / National Diploma / Degree in Finance or Management Assistant;

• Confirmation letter from institution;

• Computer literacy Microsoft Office Applications - Word, Excel and PowerPoint;

• Ages between 18 – 35 years; and

• Only City of Joburg residents will be considered.

Primary Function: Receiving and recording of invoice rom different service providers. Distribution of invoices too Project Manager’s. ensure invoices are processed and paid within 30 days of receipt in line with Municipal Finance Management Act. Liaise with service providers as a monthly basis to ensure invoices are submitted. Budget analysis to ensure project are implemented within the available budget. Record keeping for case of refence incase of disputes or queries.

Key Performance Areas: Interact with Transport Finance, Project Managers and Implementing Agents. Assist in the administration work for record keeping. Submit administrative documents for reporting and tracking of expenditure.

Leading Competencies: Problem analysis and solving

Core Competencies: Computer Literacy (Microsoft Word and Excel). Excellent Communication skills including presentation skills. Organising skills and attention to detail. Coordinating skills. Good report writing skills. Time management and being able to work under pressure

Contact Person: Humphrey Mphahlele

Tel No: (011) 022 8656

Workplace: Old Mutual Building, 75 Helen Joseph Street, Johannesburg


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