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SCHOOL FINANCE AND RECORDS OFFICER:
Branch Institutional Development Coordination
EDUCATION DISTRICT OFFICE CAPE WINELANDS
WORCESTER
To render an effective and efficient service that will ensure optimal financial management and records administration in all Public Ordinary (including schools with a special focus and hostels) and Public Special Schools within the Education District.
8
R 321 543
per annum
3 year post matric finance qualification or degree plus 2 years relevant administrative experience (preferably in finance and records management experience). Valid code B drivers licence.
Monitor, verify, develop and report on all aspects of Record Management. Assist with the development of file plans, registers in line with prescripts. Support and follow-up on all required corrective actions. Report in writing and electronically on all aspects of school administration to the Assistant Director: School Management and Governance. Monitor, verify, develop and report on sound Financial Administration Systems. Assist the Public Schools Administrative Components with the development of financial administration processes and practices in line with policies, prescripts, norms and standards. Assist / training with the development and implementation plan to ensure improvement with regard to sound financial administration. Conduct school assessment and evaluations on financial management. Support and follow-up on all required corrective actions. Report in writing and electronically on all aspects of School Financial Administration to the Assistant Director: School Management and Governance.
Knowledge of relevant Departmental policies and procedures. Knowledge of Archives and Records Service Act; Knowledge of Public Financial Management (PFMA); Knowledge of budgeting processes and techniques; Knowledge of Financial Systems (e.g. Pastel, etc.); Knowledge of School Administrative processes and procedures; Knowledge of Information Management Systems (EMIS, CEMIS, Leave Management Systems); Knowledge of SCM processes and procedures.
Communication skills in (2 official languages of the Western Cape); Computer Literacy (including skills in Pastel, etc.); Planning and Organising; Presentation; Report writing skills (reports and submissions); Analytical and interpretation; Interpersonal; Problem solving; Financial (including bookkeeping).
Mr J Benjamin 023 348 4600 (Cape Winelands EDO)
2022-06-03
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