(College Council appointment)
SALARY : R376 596 – R443 601 per annum (Level 09) excluding service benefits.
This is a senior appointment, so we are looking for an individual who can
demonstrate the necessary maturity and professionalism which can be
expected to fulfil this role. The person will manage a team of five and
report to the Deputy Principal Finance.
CENTRE : Central Office

Matric plus a minimum 3-year accredited Degree/Diploma in Cost
Accounting/Logistics Management/Purchasing Management/Public
Administration/Business Management or Supply Chain. A minimum of 5-
7 years relevant work experience of which 2 years in a supervisory
position. Computer Literacy (MS Office). A valid code 08 driver’s license.
Computer Literacy (MS Office). Recommendations: Team leadership
skills. Ability to work as a team. High level computer skills. Problem solving
skills. Planning and organizing skills. People management skills.
Knowledge of ITS will be advantageous. Knowledge of relevant Public
sector legislation, regulations and policies Ability to effectively
communicate in at least two of the three official languages of the Western
Cape. Personal Attributes: Good communicator. Results-driven.
Analytical. Loyal.

Manage the Supply Chain function in accordance with College policy
including Contract management and Supplier database management.
Liaison with various budget holders. Visiting campuses to ensure effective
and efficient operations. Fixed assets management in accordance with
College policy, including disposal management. Ensuring effective and
efficient administration. Identify deviations, fruitless/wasteful and irregular
expenditure. Reporting of various performance activities. Monitor
compliance with policies relating to SCM and report deviations. Preparing
and maintaining all audit requirement. Ad hoc assignments within the
finance department. Review templates within the SCM function. NB: An
academic record must be attached with your application for this post.

Mrs. G de Jager Tel No: (044) 8742360
APPLICATIONS : Applications have to be addressed to the attention of: The Deputy
Principal: Corporate Services, South Cape TVET College (Central Office),
125 Mitchell Street, George 6529. It is preferred that due to COVID 19
Regulations, that Applications to be submitted online to

Mr. M.E Gcuwa
General Instruction: A completed Z83 form should be accompanied by a
recently updated comprehensive CV (inclusive of three contactable
referees and contact details), Original certified copies (not older than three
months) of all qualifications with academic transcripts/record, Trade Test,
ID document and drivers licence. Please quote the relevant reference
number of the post you are applying for. Candidates who apply for more
than one post should complete a separate application form for each post.
Successful candidates will be subjected to a vetting process (criminal
record, citizenship, credit record checks [where applicable], qualification
and employment verification). Where applicable, shortlisted candidates
will be subjected to a skills/knowledge/competence test. Matching and
redeployment to other workstations within the College may be considered
based on the operational requirements. Applicants in possession of a
foreign qualification must attach an evaluation certificate from the South
African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to their application forms. NonRSA citizens/Permanent resident permit holders must submit a copy of
his/her Permanent Resident Permit with his/her application. Please Note:
No late applications will be considered. No faxed applications will be
accepted. The College/DHET reserves the right not to make appointments
where it deems fit to do so. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted
candidates only. If you do not receive any response within three months
after closing date of this advertisement, kindly accept that your application
as unsuccessful. Preference will be given to persons from designated
groups, especially with regard to race, gender and disability. In terms of
Public Service Regulations 2016 (s60) an executive authority shall not reappoint a former employee, if that employee left the public service: (a)
Earlier on the condition that he or she would not accept or seek reappointment; (b) Due to ill health and cannot provide sufficient evidence
of recovery; and (S61)(1) A former employee was dismissed in terms of
sections 17(2) (d) of the Act of misconduct.
CLOSING DATE : 30 October 2020