Senior Administrative Officer: Supply Chain Management (procurement And Bids)

PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: WESTERN CAPE DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
SALARY : R299 709 per annum
CENTRE :
CLOSING DATE : 17 August 2018

REQUIREMENTS :
Minimum educational qualifications: Senior Certificate (or equivalent) with Mathematics and/or Accounting as a passed subject and/or Senior Certificate (or equivalent) with experience/competencies that focuses on the Key Performance st.
Experience: Extensive supervisory and management experience in a Supply Chain Management environment.
Extensive supervisory experience in the procurement of goods and services, Bids and Contract 106 management, in a hospital environment.
Inherent requirement of the job: Valid knowledge of and practical experience in LOGIS and or Syspro and the Integrated Procurement Solutions (IPS).
Good verbal and written communication skills in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape.
Computer literacy in MS Word, MS Excel, Outlook.
Good organisational skills.
Excellent managerial and leadership skills.
Extensive knowledge and experience of the Bids and contract management process.
Knowledge of Asset and Inventory (warehouse) Management procedures.
Knowledge of PFMA, Finance instructions, Provincial and Treasury regulations.
Knowledge of the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act 5 of 2000 (PPPFA).
Ability to apply the Disciplinary code.
Knowledge of Accounting officer system and 16B.

DUTIES :
Effective and efficient management of the Procurement in a LOGIS and Integrated Procurement Solutions (IPS) environment.
Perform the duties as an Approver on IPS.
Manage an effective and efficient demand and acquisition process.
Management of non-supplier performance.
Manage an effective and efficient Bid/quotation process and provide support to the QC and CBAC.
Ensure efficient and effective Contract management and procurement component.
Accurate and timeous reporting of information to Head Office and other stakeholders.
Assist with the compilation of the Annual and Interim Financial statements.
Develop, implement and adhere to internal control measures to ensure compliance.
Liaise with end users, service providers and other Governmental departments regarding Supply Chain matters.
Developing and training staff in Supply Chain Management.
Effectively organise and perform of administrative tasks expected of a supervisor/manager.
Performance and development of own staff.
Manage all relevant Human management functions in the component, including discipline, Grievances and SPMS.

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