SUPPLY CHAIN PRACTITIONER DEVELOPMENT

MUNICIPAL INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT AGENT
The Municipal Infrastructure Support Agent (MISA) is a Government Component within the Ministry for
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs. It is a Schedule 3 entity regulated in terms of the Public
Service Act, 1994, as amended. MISA’s primary function is to support municipalities in infrastructure
planning implementation, operations and maintenance.
CLOSING DATE : 31 August 2018 at 16:00
NOTE : All applicants must be SA Citizens/Permanent Residents. The Department
reserves the right to conduct pre-employment security screening and permanent
appointment is subject to positive security clearance outcome. Applicants with
foreign qualifications must submit a SAQA evaluation report on their
qualification(s). It is compulsory that all applicants declare any pending criminal,
disciplinary or any other allegations or investigations against them. The successful
candidate will be subjected to positive results of the security clearance process
and the verification of educational qualification certificates. Applications must be
submitted on form Z.83 (application form), obtainable from any Public Service
department, and should be accompanied by a comprehensive CV, ID and certified
copies of qualifications (certification should not be more than six (6) months). It is
the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South
African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) and to provide proof of such evaluation.
Incomplete applications or applications received after the closing date will not be
considered. Due to the large number of responses anticipated, correspondence
will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted within
three months of the closing date of the advertisement, please accept that your
application has been unsuccessful. Candidates should therefore possess
managerial skills on different levels of proficiency of the posts. Short listed
candidates, could be expected to complete management competency
assessments. We thank you for the interest shown in MISA.

OTHER POSTS: ASSET REGISTER AND ADMINISTRATOR

POST 33/24 : SUPPLY CHAIN PRACTITIONER DEVELOPMENT REF NO: MISA/SCP/14
SALARY : R299 709 – R353 043 per annum
CENTRE : MISA Head Office, Centurion
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate 3 years National Diploma or Degree or equivalent qualification NQF
Level 6 in Supply Chain Management/ Finance/ Commerce/ Public Management
with 2-3 years’ working experience in Supply Chain Management/ Procurement.
Process, Client Orientation and Customer Focus, Communication (Verbal &
Written), Reliability, Time Management, Interpersonal Relations, Planning and
Organising and Team work. Technical competencies: In depth knowledge and
understanding of: Supply Chain Management processes, Treasury Regulations,
PFMA, PPPFA and BBBEE, Tender and Contract Administration.
DUTIES : The successful candidate will perform the following duties: Implement Supply
Chain Management policy and ensure that all procurement of goods or services is
in accordance with delegations and directives, Review Specifications and Terms
of Reference received, Verify quotations batch for correctness, Perform Bid
Administration functions including compiling of bid documents, advertising of bids,
organising briefing sessions, administer opening of bid box, accurate recording of
bids received and render secretariat services to the Bid Committees Maintain
electronic and manual filling of bid documents, Maintain a requisitions, Purchase
Orders and Bid Registers, Implement effective utilisation of Central Supplier
Database, invite tenders and update the tender register, Ensure compliance with
SCM legislation and policies, Prepare management information and statistics and
report as required, Monitor and follow up on outstanding requests and documents,
Supervise and develop subordinates
ENQUIRIES : Mrs Molatelo Ramabu Tel No: 072 312 7257
APPLICATIONS : Please forward your application, quoting the relevant reference number, to
careers16@pmramabu.co.za

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