Assistant Director: Tenders 1 Year Contract (

PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: GAUTENG DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT
REF NO: REFS/002780)
Directorate: Supply Chain Management
SALARY : R334 545 per annum
CENTRE : Johannesburg

REQUIREMENTS :
Grade 12 and or National Diploma in Financial Management/Purchasing/Logistics/Public Administration (NQF environment.
Sound Knowledge of and practical working experience in Government Tenders, processes and procedures, the PFMA, PPPFA and Treasury Regulation, Supply Chain Management Framework, Public Service Regulations and BBBEE.
Ability to work under pressure.
Willingness to work irregular hours as and when required.
Competencies: Attention to detail skills Analytical Thinking skills, Initiatives skills, Client Focus skills, Interactive communication skills, Problem Solving skills, Writing skill, and Computer proficiency.

DUTIES :
Ensure effective and efficient tender administrative support to the Department in compliance with all applicable legislative frameworks, liaising with project managers, compiling and collating bid standard documents, cocoordinating bid advertisements, attend bid briefing session.
In conjunction with the BEC Chairperson, ensure that bid evaluation committee meetings take place, prepare letters of appointment for the bid evaluation committee members and notify them of the dates accordingly.
Facilitating and administering the evaluation process of bids i.
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, prepare project plan for evaluation dates and brief the BEC of their roles in the evaluation process.
Ensure that the calculated prices and the functionality points gained are in accordance to the preference or evaluation points system.
Prepare recommendations submission to the BAC to approve and award the bids.
Filling all bid documents ensuring confidentiality, preparing letters of acceptance to successful bidders and regret letters to unsuccessful bidders, responding to all bid-related queries.
Prepare monthly reports of bids awarded, cancelled and in progress.

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