Assistant Director: Contract Management Component: Supply Chain Management

PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: EASTERN CAPE DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
REF NO: DRPW 20/10/2017
SALARY : R334 545.00 – R404 121.00 per annum (Salary Level 9)
CENTRE : Amathole Regional Office (East London)
CLOSING DATE : 17 November 2017

REQUIREMENTS :
An Management/ Logistics Management/ Public Management/ Public Administration with subjects in Public Procurement or Finance and or Supply Chain Management/ Commerce/ FIS/Local Government Finance/ Internal Auditing/ Management/ Business Management/ Accounting/ Law with at least 4 years relevant in Supply Chain Management/ Contracts Management of which 2 years must be at supervisory level working experience.
Experience in the drafting, management, monitoring and evaluation of contracts and SLAs.
Good project management, operational and financial management skills, reviewing and drafting contracts and legislation and applying them to business/ organizational requirements.
Good knowledge of operational performance planning and monitoring, corporate governance knowledge of the PFMA, Treasury Regulations, Law of contracts and Supply Chain Management prescripts.
Proven knowledge of Government procurement process related to construction procurement.
Understanding of JBCC, GCC, License Knowledge and Skills: Excellent analytical, numeric, communication and report- writing skills.
Financial Management skills with the ability to handle multiple and complex tasks and projects.
Good computer skills i.
e.
MS Word, MS Excel, MS Project and PowerPoint.
People Management skills with the ability to deal with stakeholders at all levels.
Ability to work in a team.
Ability to develop and analyses policies.
Ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines.

DUTIES :
Contracts and Service Level Agreements drafting.
Ensure consistent application of SCM process across all contracts including compliance with legislative and regulatory framework.
Liaise with relevant line managers in preparation and reviewing service level agreements and business contracts between service providers and the Department.
Analyse bids and proposals and ensure that the specifications of binding agreements with the service providers are legal and comply with Government policies.
Provide support to all departmental bid committees.
Safeguarding of contracts related documentation and contract files.
Maintain an up to date departmental register.
Maintain contract guarantees and contractors/service providers.
Implement SCM audit plan Report and advice on all Contract management 108 risks.
Prepare appointment and termination letters on contracts awarded.
Render support to the monitoring and implementation of internal controls systems in order to meet delivery expectations.

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