Branch: Institutional Planning and Support Sub Directorate: Corporate Services Audit

SALARY : R382 245 – R450 255 per annum (Level 09), (A basic salary). In addition, a range of competitive benefits are offered.

CENTRE : Head Office, Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS : A three year tertiary qualification in Commerce, or Internal Audit at NQF level 6 as recognized by SAQA. 2 years’ experience in an auditing environment. Knowledge of the South African Constitution, Public Service Regulatory Framework and Public Finance Management Act. Knowledge of International Internal Audit standards. Knowledge of all departmental legislation and prescripts. Knowledge of King II report and governance principles. Knowledge of the National Treasury Regulations. Knowledge of Professional Standards for the Practice of Internal Auditing. Knowledge of Finance and Accounting systems and practices. Service delivery innovation, Client orientation and customer focus. Ability to motivate, honesty and integrity. Communication, Decision Making and ability to persuade. Influencing and networking. Planning and organizing. Presentation, strong analytical skills. Computer literacy especially Microsoft Excel. Risk management and fraud prevention. A valid drivers’ license, willingness to travel, and extended working hours may be required.

DUTIES : The successful candidate will be responsible for, amongst others, the following specific tasks: Review and monitor the control environment of operations. Provide input in the development of the internal audit three year strategic plan. Provide input for the development of the project plan and scheduling assignments.Review audit projects. Draft audit findings. Prepare regular progress reports on assigned audit areas. Prepare final audit reports Provide input to the audit methodology maintenance and development. Distribute audit questionnaire papers for identified risks pertaining the various audit. Provide input to the enhancement of audit methodology and techniques. Formulate an audit program based on the outcome of the preliminary survey. Liaise with the Auditees and keep them abreast on an ongoing basis. Make recommendations regarding improving operations. Manage physical and human resources. Monitor and report on the utilization of equipments. Co-ordinate memorandum of understanding, service level agreements and expenditure review. Ensure capacity and development of staff. Enhance and maintain employee motivation and cultivate a culture of performance management. Ensure that the Division is adequately staffed. Evaluate and monitor performance and appraisal of employees. Ensure risk and compliance management. Coach and guide staff on compliance to all relevant regulatory, internal and external compliance requirements. Report on all risk and financial indicators including e.g. financial losses, overpayment, etc. according to required format. Keep up to date with compliance and regulatory requirements and liaise with all relevant stakeholders within and external to the organisation to ensure accurate implementation. Interpret and implement all organisational circulars, policy and other communications that impact on the operation of the business Unit.

ENQUIRIES : Ms E Molelle Tel No: (012) 406 4294