SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT CLERK: FIXED ASSET MANAGEMENT

PROVINCIAL TREASURY
APPLICATIONS : Only applications submitted online will be accepted. To apply submit your
application online only: www.westerncape.gov.za/jobs
CLOSING DATE : 07 May 2018
NOTE : Only applications submitted online will be accepted. Shortlisted candidates will be
required to submit copies of their documentation for verification purposes. These
candidates will be required to attend interviews on a date and time as determined
by the department. Kindly note that technical support is only available from Monday
to Friday from 8:00 to 16.00 should you experience any difficulties with your online
application. Please ensure that you submit your application before the closing date
as no late applications will be considered. The selection process will be guided by
the EE targets of the employing department.

OTHER POST: ADMINISTRATION CLERK: WEST COAST: LOGISTICAL SERVICES (2 POSTS)

POST 15/81 : SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT CLERK: FIXED ASSET MANAGEMENT, REF
NO: DSD 2018-29
SALARY : R152 862 per annum (Level 5)
CENTRE : Department of Social Development, Western Cape Government
REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 (Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification) with Mathematics or
Accounting as a passed subject. Recommendation: Experience within Logistics
Management / Supply Chain Management environment. Competencies: Good
understanding of the following: Public management practices; Financial
management and supply chain management services; LOGIS as procurement
operating system; Public service reporting structure; Public Finance and
Management Act (PFMA), regulation and guidelines; Demonstrate experience in a
Supply Chain Management environment; Communication (written and verbal
skills) in two of the three official languages of the Western Cape; Computer literacy
in MS Office (MS Word, MS Excel and MS Outlook).
DUTIES : Execution of functions pertaining to the provisioning administration in-line with the
approved supply chain management guidelines; Execution of functions pertaining
to Asset Management that include: Compilation of database for recording all
departmental assets; Quarterly reporting on all acquired assets; Compilation of
inventories in respect of stores and equipment; Liaise with inventory controllers at
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offices and institutions to ensure a uniformed approach in the recording of assets;
Assist with the stocktaking process at Head Office, Offices and institutions as
prescribed by the Provincial Treasury Directives, PFMA and provisioning
guidelines and procedures; Timeously dispose redundant, obsolete and
unserviceable items; Maintain proper control over all state assets.
ENQUIRIES : Mr K Jackson at (021) 483 8474

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