SENIOR SYSTEMS ANALYST: SYSTEMS INTEGRATION – NATIONAL TREASURY

REF NO:
S063/2019
Division:
Asset and Liability Management (ALM)
Purpose: Analyse systems, design programmes, and test and document
software in line with specified user requirements and provide support and
maintenance on the continuous functioning of software and ensure
compliance to governances.
SALARY : R869 007 per annum (all-inclusive remuneration package)
CENTRE : Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS :
A minimum National Diploma/ Degree in Information Technology as
recognised by SAQA, A minimum 4 years’ experience obtained in Software
development language certification C# and Net plus, Knowledge of the
Version Control Tools and developing web services, Knowledge of Microsoft
SQL (Stored procedures, reporting services); Knowledge of Integration and
Jobs automation tools, Knowledge of SDLC methodologies.
DUTIES : ICT Governance: Develop and cultivate knowledge harvesting of software
development in line with best practices, Research and recommend software
tools for implementation, Recommend programme interventions to improve
productivity and software development, Establish maintenance procedures
and control governing software development practices System Analysis
Design: Liaise with stakeholders to refine requirements for new system
developments and implementation, Conduct analysis, determine user
requirements and technical system design, and inform stakeholders on
performance related issues pertaining to software specifications and
implementation, Consider business requirements of technical designs for a
targeted environment, focusing on existing systems and potential risks,
Specify system interfaces and rules pertaining to accessibility, security and
operational controls in line with set contingency plans, Record standards,
methods and tools Programming / Software Development: Design software
programs and align to technical design specifications on web-based and
windows-based systems for automation, Integrate systems SDLC to affect
change of the configuration and release management of application
software, Develop a coding and decoding process and listing a description of
the program and instructions aligned to the database tables, Prepare release
notes for software into the environment Quality Assurance: Review plans and
enhance systems for amendments in the detection of defects, Initiate testing
of codes and syntax in the configuration of program results for correctness
and enable disaster recovery testing, Review and refactor program code to
improve system performance Operational Management of systems:
Implement systems that are aligned and supported by end-user’s tools,
Advise users on systems, products and diagnose problems, Develop a
platform for engagements of end-users and service providers, on all systems
related problems, Encourage the establishment of relationships and
networking with stakeholders, Obtain diagnostic data to assist in the
investigation and resolution of systems and related problems, Record and
documented system incidents and keep stakeholders informed of the status
of functionality of systems.
ENQUIRIES :
Ms Caroline Modibane on 012 315 5092
APPLICATIONS :
e-mail to Recruit.ALM@treasury.gov.za.

CLOSING DATE :
28 June 2019 at 12:00 pm
NOTE :
Applications should be accompanied by a comprehensive CV, fully
completed Z83 (non-negotiable) and certified copies of qualifications and ID.
Please forward your application, quoting the relevant reference number and
the full name of the position on the subject line of the email under each
advert. Kindly note: applications that are not compliant with the above
requests will not be consider (non-negotiable). The National Treasury no
longer accepts hand delivered or posted applications. Please note: All
shortlisted candidates for SMS posts will be subjected to a technical exercise
that intends to test relevant technical elements of the job, the logistics of
which will be communicated by the Department. Qualifications and SA
citizenship checks will be conducted on all short-listed candidates and,
where applicable, additional checks will be conducted. It is the applicant’s
responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African
Qualifications Authority (SAQA). If you have not received feedback from the
National Treasury within 3 months of the closing date, please regard your
application as unsuccessful.
Note:
The National Treasury reserves the right
not fill the below-mentioned posts