Director: Asset Management (CFO 02/2020)
Salary: An all-inclusive annual remuneration package of R 1 057 326.00.
The remuneration package includes a basic salary (70% of package), state’s contribution to the Government Employee Pension Fund (GEPF) (13% of basic salary) and a flexible portion which can be structured according to the individual’s personal needs.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Financial Accounting (NQF7) as recognised by SAQA.
- Extensive experience in the relevant field.
- Applicants must have 5 years of experience at middle management level.
- Knowledge of assets management, procurement and business practices.
- Ability to establish and manage logistic management systems and controls.
- Knowledge of strategic planning and budgeting.
- Project management skills.
- Service orientated.
- Sound organising, planning and leadership skills.
- Knowledge of HR management practices.
- Ability to develop, interpret and implement policies, strategies and legislation.
- Excellent communication, analytical, innovative, problem solving, and
Knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and Treasury
Ability to work under pressure and long hours.
Manage and maintain the departmental assets register in line with the PFMA
- Manage the reconciliation of assets in line with PFMA requirements.
- Manage and ensure Quarterly spot check and annual verifications.
- Manage disposal management, losses and damages of the departmental assets.
- Improve compliance with SCM reporting requirements (Internal and external
Enquiries: Ms P Diphaha, Tel: 012 399 9602
For attention: Human Resource Management.
Closing date: 16 March 2020.
All applications must be submitted on a signed Z83 application form (click bold underlined text to
download PDF form) with a copy of a comprehensive CV, certified copies of qualifications, ID document as
well as a Driver’s License (if required) in order to be considered.
Applications must be forwarded to the Director-General, Department of Environment Forestry and
Fisheries, Private Bag X447, Pretoria, 0001 or hand-delivered to: Environment House, 473 Steve Biko Road,
The National Department of Environmental Forestry and fisheries is an equal opportunity, affirmative action
It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualification
Authority (SAQA). Correspondence will be limited to successful candidates only.
Short-listed candidates will be subjected to screening and security vetting to determine their suitability for
employment, including but not limited to: Criminal records; Citizenship status; Credit-worthiness; Previous
employment (reference checks); and Qualification verification.
Candidates shortlisted for the SMS post will be subjected to a technical exercise that intends to test relevant
technical elements of the job.
Following the interview and the technical exercise, the Selection Panel will recommend candidates to attend
a generic managerial competency assessment in compliance with the DPSA Directive on the implementation
of competency based assessments.
Furthermore, the person appointed to this position will be subjected to a security clearance, the signing of a
performance agreement and an employment contract.
All shortlisted candidates will be expected to avail themselves for an interview at the Department’s
The Department reserves the right not to make an appointment.
No e-mailed, faxed or late applications will be considered.
If you have not been contacted within three 3 months after the closing date of the advertisement, please
accept that your application was unsuccessful.