CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER REF NO: CFO/PRES/2024

SALARY : R1 371 558 per annum (Level 14), all-inclusive remuneration package
CENTRE : Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate Degree/ or equivalent (NQF level 7) in Accounting, finance,
financial management as well as a Minimum of 5 years’ SMS experience.
Postgraduate qualification in Bachelor of Accounting Science, Bcompt
Honours, Bcom Accounting Honours will be an added advantage. Registration
as a Chartered Accountant will serve as an added advantage. It is expected of
the successful candidate to have advanced communication skills, both oral and
writing. Client orientation and customer focus, honesty and integrity, service
delivery innovation, willingness to work extended hours, when necessary,
problem solving and analysis, knowledge management, negotiation skills and
analytical skills are a prerequisite, as is financial management and
management accounting, strategic capability leadership, business planning
and design, program and project management, people management and
empowerment, performance measurement, change management and
stakeholder management. good understanding of government policies,
programmes, strategies, projects and plans, Constitution, Public Service Act,
Public Service Regulatory Framework, Public Finance Management Act,
Medium Term Expenditure Framework and Budget process, Division of
Revenue Act, Income Tax Act, Supply Chain Management, Treasury
Regulations and associated practice notes, financial accounting (including
principles of GAAP/GRAP), management accounting, cost accounting, internal
control, internal and external audit, information systems, Government systems,
strategic understanding and knowledge of the application of the constitutional
values and principles, good knowledge and ability to use appropriate research
methodologies, monitoring and evaluation methods, tools and techniques,
knowledge of assessment and reviews techniques.
DUTIES : The Chief Financial Officer’ s core functions are to assist the Accounting Officer
to carry out his or her financial management responsibilities, in areas ranging
from budget preparation to financial reporting and the development and
maintenance of internal control policies and procedure. He/she will: make a
contribution to the financial aspects of the strategic planning process, ensure
that internal financial targets and budgets are fully consistent with the strategic
plan and relevant agreements with government, manage working capital,
assets and liabilities, internal control, accounting and finance, expenditure and
revenue management, exercise effective budgetary control; which requires
monitory systems that warn of impending overspending of a vote or main
division of any impending under collection of revenue or shortfall in budgeted
revenue, meet reporting requirements as required in terms of financial
management legislation such as PFMA, Treasury Regulations and DoRA,
submit all reports, returns, notices and other information as required by the
executive authority, Legislature, the relevant treasury, Auditor-General and
internal audit, manage the departmental budget in accordance with
departmental strategy and relevant prescripts, co-ordinate and ensure effective
and efficient performance of the Financial Management and Supply Chain
Management function in all components of the Department, develop and
maintain measures to prevent fraud and mal-administration, ensure strict
adherence to the provisions of the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework
Act (Act 5 of 2000), oversee the preparation and analysis of the Annual
Financial Statements for the Department, strategically engage with auditors
and provide appropriate and timely responses to audit queries
ENQUIRIES : Ms Nonhlanhla Mshengu Tel No: (012) 300 5895
NOTE : Email applications must on the subject line state ONLY the Reference number:
CFO/PRES/2024 (with no spaces)

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