Budgets (S082/2019) – Financial Administration Specialist wanted: Salary R316 791 per year
R316 791 a year
Remuneration Package R316,791.00 per annum (Excl. benefits)
Reference: (Ref. S082/2019)
The incumbent will be required to: Assist with managing the departmental budget and processing and analysing
inputs from stakeholders within the National Treasury and the Auditor-General in terms of the applicable regulations.
Qualifications and experience requirements: National Diploma/ Degree in Financial Management as recognised by
SAQA • 2-3 years’ experience in and knowledge of Budgets/ Management Accounting and financial management.
Computer literacy in PERSAL, BAS, MS Excel and MS Word.
Some key outputs include: Departmental Annual Budget: Monitor exception reports on a monthly basis • Capture
departmental budget on the basic accounting system (BAS) • Provide budgetary information in the required format
•Shift funds on request within economic classifications • Shift funds between Programmes on request Assist with
compilation of budget: Assist with the compilation of budget inputs and submit inputs on: Medium Term Expenditure
Framework (MTEF), Adjustment Estimates (AE), Estimates of National Expenditure (ENE), Rollovers, Entertainment,
catering and gifts Maintenance of budgeting systems: Monitor expenditure against budget • Compile and submit
monthly reporting on performances and variances analysis for budget programmes • Consolidate reports • Advice on
possible over/ under-spending of budgets Compliance with the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 and
Treasury Regulations: Provide information for the monthly management reports • Perform budget cycle within the
parameters of the applicable legislation and project plans Provide inputs into budgetary matters: Provide inputs into
financial affairs and other information prior to the submitted to the Executing Authority, the national Treasury or the Auditor-General as required by the PFMA
Closing date: 17 July 2019 at 12:00 pm
Please note: We only accept applications sent via email to the above-mentioned email address in a PDF format.
The National Treasury no longer accepts hand-delivered or posted applications.
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