SALARY: R241 485 per annum
Payments Officer Post at South Africa Department of Traditional Affairs
A Grade 12 Certificate or equivalent with finance or accounting as a passing subject plus appropriate experience in Finance and Supply Chain Management environment. The following generic/process competencies are essential: Problem solving, client oriented and customer focused, and communication skills.
Supply Chain Management processes and procedures, Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act (PPPFA), LOGIS and BAS, PFMA and Treasury Regulations. Computer literacy (EXCEL, Word, and PowerPoint).
As per Treasury Regulations 8.2.3, the successful candidate will ensure payments to service providers are settled within the prescribed timeframe; Capture commitments/orders on the LOGIS transversal system; Capture invoices and payments on the BAS and LOGIS transversal systems, including transfer payments; Reconciliation of service provider accounts/statements;
Obtaining and capturing banking details from new suppliers; Liaison with internal/external clients regarding payments stubs and outstanding orders/delivery; Recording and updating payment information in the supplier files for audit purposes; Support for the National House of Traditional & Khoi-San Leaders will also be provided.
ENQUIRIES: Mr G Ndlovu Tel No: (012) 334 0652
How to apply
A copy of the application may be sent to: Department of Traditional Affairs, Human Resource Management Directorate, Private Bag X22, Arcadia, 0083 or delivered to: 509 Pretorius Street, Arcadia, 2nd Floor Pencardia 1 Building, Pretoria FOR ATTENTION : Director: Human Resource Management NOTE: People with disabilities, Indians, Coloureds, and Whites are encouraged to apply.
An educational qualification verification process and a security clearance process will be conducted before the successful candidate is appointed. All applications must quote the relevant reference number, be completed on the NEW Z83 form and signed when submitted. An application received using the incorrect application for employment (Z83) will not be considered starting on 1 January 2021.
All applications must be accompanied by a fully completed Z83 and a detailed CV only. Shortlisted candidates will be required only to submit certified copies of qualifications and other relevant documents before the interview date. We encourage applicants with disabilities to apply.
Applicants who are shortlisted must have their foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) and provide evidence of the evaluation (only if they are shortlisted). It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that their application is submitted by the due date. Applications received after the closing date or incomplete will not be considered.
We will limit correspondence to short-listed candidates only due to the large number of responses anticipated. Please accept that your application has been unsuccessful if you have not been contacted within three months of the closing date. It is possible that the advertised position will not be filled.
Closing Date:02 June 2023