Assistant Manager: Performance Audit

GOVERNMENT PENSIONS ADMINISTRATION AGENCY (GPAA)
REF NO: ASM/PA/2018/08-PRA)
SALARY : R356 289 per annum (basic salary) Level 09
CENTRE : Pretoria Office
CLOSING DATE : 27 August 2018

REQUIREMENTS :
A Recognized three-(2) years should be in a Performance Audit role.
At least two years supervisory experience will be an advantage.
Certified Internal Auditor will be an advantage.
A Performance Audit qualification will be an advantage.
Computer literacy that would include a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite.
Computer literacy in TeamMate and ACL will be an advantage.
Knowledge of Benefits Administration.
Knowledge of Customer Relationship Management (Channel Management).
Knowledge of relevant legislative requirements and GPAA policies and procedures.
Industry knowledge.
Knowledge of Financial management including budgeting and forecasting.
Knowledge of Pension Fund Regulations and Rules.
Knowledge of Compliance Management.
Knowledge of relevant systems.
Service delivery innovation.
Client Orientation and customer focus.
People management and empowerment.
Programme and project management.
Change Management.
Communication.
Problem solving and analysis.
Respect.
Service Excellence.
Integrity.
Transparency.
Courtesy.
Emotional Intelligence.
Team Player.

DUTIES :
The successful incumbent of this position will be responsible for Performance Audit which includes the following, but not limited to: Planning: Performance audit: Assist with coordinating the Performance Audit plan.
Conduct preliminary survey for each project.
Develop system description and risk control matrix for each project.
Develop audit criteria and programme.
Execute performance audit projects: Execute and finalise the performance audit projects allocated on TeamMate and usage of ACL according to the agreed deadlines and quality standards.
Discuss and resolve informal queries with clients.
Gathering evidence about operations of a department under review.
Evaluate the evidence gathered.
Determine whether the operations of a department meet acceptable standards.
Assess the economy, efficiency and effectiveness of controls and operations.
Follow up action plans as they become due.
Reporting: Issue a draft report for each performance audit project.
Assist with achieving the resolution of problems identified.
Conduct continuous monitoring and evaluation of the progress against the approved Performance Audit plan.
Assist with analysis and contribute to recommendations made to improve policies, procedures, processes, measurements and expenditure.
Keep abreast of global trends, new developments in the Performance Audit environment and emerging technologies.
Issue follow up reports as actions plans become due.
Update the findings register.
Compliance: Comply with the SPPIA Contribute to the quality of Performance Audits.
Comply with Government, GPAA and Internal Audit methodology, policies, procedures, prescripts, regulations, acts and laws.
Manage and development of staff: Manage the performance of the unit which involves coaching, mentoring, and take corrective action where required, develop performance standards and evaluates team and individuals.
Monitor staff regarding human resource such as leave, recruitment and grievances.
Compile the work plans for the section plan.

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