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ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: FRAUD LOSSES AND MANAGEMENT
Branch Corporate Services
DIRECTORATE: INTERNAL CONTROL
CAPE TOWN
9
R 376 596
per annum
Relevant recognised 3-year (NQF Level 6) post matric qualification (Degree/National Diploma in Financial Accounting/Auditing). Three to five years of relevant work experience in an accounting/internal control/auditing and governance environment. Valid Code B driver’s license.
Provide Fraud and Losses Management Services - provide support with the management of fraud and prevention in the Department by: Ensuring an effective system is in place to manage and consolidate recommendations/allegations/complaints received from institutions for example: Provincial Forensic Services, Public Service Commission and Department Officials; Maintaining adequate record of all recommendations/allegations/complaints received for implementation or further handling; Liaising regularly, where applicable, with the external assurance providers; Liaising regularly with management and monitor implementation of recommendations; Assessing management feedback and conclude on recommendations; Reporting monthly/quarterly on caseload; Supervising staff responsible to monitor and follow-up on the implementation of action plans; Attending meetings with senior management and where applicable prepare presentations; Maintaining adequate record and safeguard work and Coordinating the fraud awareness training as required for departmental officials. Ensure Proper Governance and Ethics: Develop procedures and processes pertaining to internal control. Liaise with management and advise on policy and procedure trends and updates. Coordinate the bi-annual submission of gifts by department officials and report accordingly in terms of compliance. Perform Managerial and Supervisory Tasks: The management of staff, including training and development, leave management, performance and attendance management.
Knowledge of Acts and regulations i.e. PFMA; Treasury Regulations; Public Service Act and Public service Regulation; Knowledge of risk management framework and techniques; Knowledge of internal controls and techniques; and Knowledge of human resource management.
The ability to interpret and apply procedures, policies and prescripts; planning and organisational skills; formulation and evaluation skills; report writing skills; presentation skills; computer literacy (incl. MS Word/MS Excel/MS PowerPoint, etc.).
Organisational skills; interpersonal relations; ability to handle conflict management; good work ethic; ability to persuade and influence; problem solving; analytical thinking; the ability to supervise and work in a team; the ability to lead and direct teams.
Ms W Salie: Tel 021 467 2680
2021-09-17
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