Facilities Officer – Vredenburg Campus Ref.No WCTVETC 61/19
Salary: R257 508(SL7) plus benefits as applicable in the Public Service
Requirements: An appropriate qualification in facilities and or security; Three years’ experience in facilities, Security and asset management; Valid driver’s licence; Knowledge of OHSA and fire codes; Strong pro-active management skills, Conflict management skills; Ability to communicate at all levels including with students; Administration and report writing skills; Computer literacy.
Duties: Coordinate and manage all college physical resources (i.e. fleet, equipment, buildings etc.); Proactively manage the supervision of residence supervisors and general assistants; Ensure adherence to company policies and procedures; Willing to work irregular hours;  Ensure discipline compliance of all residence students and residence staff; Identify and resolve facility deficiencies; Perform regular schedule building inspection; Manage maintenance plans; Ensure  compliance with relevant health and safety standards; Manage security.

FINANCIAL MANAGER – Central Office Ref.No WCTVETC 62/19
Salary: R376 596 (SL 9) plus benefits as applicable in the Public Service
Requirements: An Appropriate B. Comm. Degree majoring in accounting; Articles will be an added advantage; Sound knowledge of GRAP, PFMA, CET Act and Treasury Regulations; Five (5) years practical experience; Five (5) years management experience in related field; Analytical thinker; Problem solving skills; Risk management and identification ability; Excellent communication and teamwork skills; Deadline driven; Reporting skills in terms of GRAP, PFMA.
Duties: Day to day financial accounting operations and procedures to ensure accurate allocations, record keeping, cash management, creditors payments control, Debtors collections, SCM, etc; continuous review of the College existing financial controls, policies and procedures with particular emphasis on payments, cash flow management and debt collection; Formulation budget estimates in support of program objectives; Administer conditions of contracts; Compilation of annual financial statements and supporting working papers; Liaise with DHET and AG audit staff; Presenting and justifying budgets; Development of plans for allocating resources; Reviewing and analyzing funding documents Conduct comparative analysis to examine trends; development, implementing, reviewing and interpreting accounting and budget policies, procedures and statuses to ensure compliance with applicable legislation; provide on-the-job training to subordinates; review payroll calculations, including tax computations to ensure that the payroll has been prepared accurately; planning and conducting performance and financial reviews of the College programs; ensure implementation of recommendations raised by assurance providers;  ensure safeguarding of all College assets and economic utilization of resources; Manage the asset disposal process; Coordinate monthly reports for CFO approval. Serves as Broad Management member; Part of SCM Evaluation Meeting.

Closing date: 04th October 2019 @ 14:00.
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