SALARY : R657 558 per annum (all-inclusive) (Level 11)

CENTRE : Head Office (Pretoria)

REQUIREMENTS : A National Diploma/Degree in Public Management/Public Administration/Public
Procurement Management, Supply Chain Management or Logistics Management
with a minimum of 3 years at a Junior managerial level in Supply Chain
Management PLUS the following key competencies, Knowledge of: Public Finance
Management Act, Treasury Regulations, PPPFA,SCM Framework, Logis,
Thinking Demand: Problem Solving,Ability to Negotiate, Report Writing, Skills:
Computer Literacy, Financial Management, Good verbal and written
communication, Ability to communicate at all levels, Personal Attributes: Selfdriven,
Innovative and self-confident, Ability to work under pressure

DUTIES : Control and ensure compliance (with national and departmental prescripts, policies
and procedures) of the process of purchasing, receiving, storing, issuing and
payment of/for goods and services; Develop, maintain and implement
departmental strategies, processes and procedures for the purchasing, receiving,
storing, issuing and payment of/for goods and services; Advise users and suppliers
on national and departmental strategies, processes and procedures for the
purchasing, receiving, storing, issuing and payment of/for goods and services;
Manage the Sub-directorate: Monitor and ensure proper utilisation and
maintenance of equipment, Evaluate and monitor performance appraisal of
subordinates, Ensure capacity building and training of staff in the sub-directorate,
Develop job descriptions for subordinates, Implement workplace discipline,
Provide monthly and quarterly reports sufficient/aligned to Business
Plan/APP/Strat Plan, Provide inputs to the annual spending plans aligned to
business plan on coming year, Perform a stakeholder analysis for the component
and identify their needs and incorporate them in business planning process,
Develop/review internal work process (SOPs) and provide inputs on the
development/review of Business plans with clear roles and responsibilities
assigned with the resources requirements identified.

APPLICATIONS : The Director-General, Department of Energy, Private Bag X96 Pretoria, 0001 or
hand delivered to Department of Energy Building, Corner Paul Kruger and Visagie
Street (192 Visagie Street)
FOR ATTENTION : Mr. D Mbhokota/ Mr. T Kekana

CLOSING DATE : 30 April 2018

NOTE : Applications must be on a fully completed Z83 forms, signed and dated
accompanied by a Comprehensive CV and certified copies of qualifications as well
as ID. References should include present and former supervisors as well as their
telephone, fax and e-mail addresses. Suitable candidates will be subjected to
Personnel Suitability Checks (criminal record, citizen, credit record checks,
qualification and employment verification). Confirmation of final appointment will
be subject to a positive security clearance. All non SA citizens must attach a
certified proof of permanent residence in South Africa. Due to the large number of
responses anticipated, receipt of applications will not be acknowledged and
correspondence will be limited to short listed candidates only. Applicants are
advised not to send their applications through registered mail as the Department
will not take responsibility for non-collection of these applications. It is the
applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South
African Qualification Authority (SAQA) and proof must be attached thereof. It will
be expected of candidates to be available for selection interviews on a date, time
and place as determined by the Department. All applications must be sent to the
address provided above, and not to the specific region(s). The successful
candidates will be required to sign a performance agreement within three (3)
months of appointment. Should you not be contacted after 60 days of the closing
date, please consider your application unsuccessful. NB email or fax applications
will not be accepted.