(Salary package: level 10)
The National Arts Council of South Africa is looking to attract dynamic, passionate and innovative self-starters with a solid understanding of the Creative Industries Sector.
REQUIREMENTS (full job specification is available upon request)
Supply Chain Management Officer
The incumbent must have strong knowledge and experience of Supply Chain Management regulations and legislative requirements. In addition to this, the successful incumbent is expected to render and maintain an effective and efficient procurement function that will ensure value for money when acquiring assets, goods and services.
Additional role requirements are:
- To maintain, review and implement Supply Chain Management policies to ensure compliance.
- To develop and monitor the company’s Supply Chain Management strategy.
- Excellent understanding of Facilitate Supply Chain Management.
- Assist in the company’s procurement functions.
- Contract Management.
- Asset Management.
- Daily management of incoming requests from end-users ensuring timeous turnaround.
- Conduct monthly demand planning to determine the needs and requirements for goods and services.
- Compile procurement reports for internal and external stakeholders.
- B Com or Post-Graduate Diploma in Finance/Public Administration/Supply Chain Management.
- At least 6 years experience in Supply Chain Management Officer role.
- Monthly and Quarterly reporting on procurement.
- Knowledge and understanding of Government procurement regulations, PFMA and Treasury Regulations.
- Understating and sensitivity towards previously disadvantaged communities.
- Understanding of socio-political issues.
- Advanced Microsoft suite skills.
A market-related package will be negotiated with the successful candidate(s). If you have not heard from the NAC by 09th April 2021, please note that your application has been unsuccessful. The NAC applies the Employment Equity Act in its recruitment process and strives for a staff complement that is representative
of South Africa. The NAC reserves the right not to appoint.
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