Financial Administration Clerk (SCM)
Park: Golden Gate Highlands National Park
A vacancy exists for A Financial Administration Clerk (SCM) at Golden Gate Highlands National Park. The successful candidate will be responsible for the financial administration for supply chain management in the park. The successful candidate will report to the Supply Chain Management Practitioner Northern Region and will be based at Golden Gate Highlands National Park.
The remuneration package includes a basic salary, based on the salary scale of a position with a Paterson B4 job grade and allowances and benefits as specified in the HR Tariff Document and Conditions of Services of SANParks. The successful candidate will be provided official accommodation in the Park.
Please address your application, accompanied by a detailed CV with certified copies of qualifications for attention: Ms Emmy Bopape, to the following address:
Golden Gate Highlands National Park
Private Bag X3
You may also email your application to Emmy.Bopape@sanparks.org
If you have not been responded to within 21 days of the closing date, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful.
SANParks is committed to the principles of employment equity. Preference will be given to Previously Disadvantaged Individuals (PDI) /Historically Disadvantaged South Africans (HDSA).
Grade 12 Certificate with financial subjects
Minimum of two years of relevant experience in Supply Chain Management/Financial environment
A Diploma in Financial Accounting or equivalent will serve as an added advantage
Computer literate with working knowledge of Microsoft Packages
A working knowledge of relevant legislation, including PFMA; PPPFA; SANParks Policies, General Procurement Guidelines.
Excellent written and verbal communications skills
Applicant must be flexible and have the ability to meet tight deadlines and work without supervision
Checking of SCM compliance in line with National Treasury Regulation and SCM Policies and Procedures
Provide administration support in the bid/quotation process in line with the Demand Management Plan
Submit SCM Registers on monthly basis to SCM Practitioner
Generate Purchase Orders
To maintain an appropriate record of Standard Bidding Documents
Monitoring of Contracts
To check that all received documents adhere to relevant legislation, internal and external finance policies, processes and regulations and send back those incorrectly completed
To keep a record of all received requisitions and invoices
Follow up on outstanding invoices with the relevant end-user for generated purchase orders
Perfom any other responsibilities as assigned to by the supervisor
Closing date: 06 May 2022