ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: RISK, FRAUD AND INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT
Nature of Appointment: Permanent Appointment
Salary: R393 711 per annum (Level 9) plus benefits
Centre: Central Office
Ref: TNC/CO/22 – 11/3
Matric/NQF Level 4 Certificate plus a recognised National Diploma/Degree in Risk Management / Internal Audit (NQF level 6) or equivalent qualification. At least 3 - 5 years’ experience in the Audit, Risk, Fraud, Ethics and Integrity Management or related field. Affiliation with a professional body (e.g., Institute of Risk Management SA, IIASA etc.) is an added advantage. Experience in Risk Management and control model principles, Internal Auditing and Risk Management systems/ software. Knowledge of the relevant prescripts, legislation and regulations. Knowledge and understanding of the Risk, Fraud, Ethics and Integrity Management environment. Knowledge and practical experience in planning, organising, financial management, report writing, and communication. Advanced skills in problem solving, computer literacy, analytical, client oriented, project management, team leadership, and people management. Strong attributes in client service, integrity, accountability, focus and loyalty. Ability to work independently under pressure and for long hours.
Establish, implement, coordinate, and maintain the College Risk Management Framework and Fraud Prevention Strategy. Identify and analyze risks in the respective business units and campuses. Profile key compliance aspects in relation to legislation, policies, procedures, controls and monitoring. Monitor the implementation of risk strategies by management across college. Perform monitoring by observations over critical processes. Update college risk registers. Prepare comments and opinions on observations of specific processes, procedures, controls and systems. Conduct risk management workshops which entail educating and creating awareness on fraud risk and college strategies to manage fraud risk. Ensure and maintain Information Management and Record Keeping within the Risk Management Unit. Assist in conducting risk assessments and control identification exercise, assess the identified risk in terms of their likelihood, prepare risk register, update regularly and analyze the risk associated with each applicable financial and operational assertion. Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of risk management practices within the College. Perform regular reviews on the register, perform follow-ups and conduct site visits. Provide input towards the preparation of quarterly reports to Management, Academic Board, Audit and Risk Committee, Council and other relevant structures. Set up and or review risk bearing capacity, risk appetite and risk tolerance levels of the College by members of the Executive Management Team and Council. Serve as a key resource in the Audit and Risk Committee and ensure the committee is functional. Maintain various statistical records for the College and maintain general files.
APPLICATIONS: Applications must be submitted on the New Z83 which must be fully completed, obtainable from any Public Service Department and must be accompanied by a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae only. Only shortlisted candidates will be required to submit Certified copies of qualifications including academic records, driver’s license and identity documents. Please take note that communication in relation to the process will be limited to the short-listed candidates. If you have not received any correspondence within three (3) months after the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful.
Forward your application/s to: The Principal: Tshwane North TVET College, P.O Box 26193, ARCADIA, 0007 OR hand-deliver to: Cnr. Kgosi Mampuru (Former Potgieter Street) & Pretorius Streets, Pretoria. NO Emailed or faxed applications will be accepted. All costs incurred due to your application and interviews will be at your own expense.
NOTE: Please quote the relevant reference number of the post you are applying for. Candidates who apply for more than one post should complete a separate application form for each post. Applications received after the closing date will NOT be accepted. Shortlisted candidates will be subjected to a vetting process (criminal record, citizenship, credit record checks (where applicable, qualification and employment verification). Where applicable, shortlisted candidates will be subjected to a skills/knowledge/competence test. The College/DHET reserves the right not to make appointments. Preference will be given to persons from designated groups, especially with regard to race, gender and disability. People with disability are encouraged to apply.
CLOSING DATE: 12 DECEMBER 2022 AT 12:00
ENQUIRIES: Should you have enquiries or experience any problem submitting your application contact Ms LA Mudau at 012 401 1927 / Ms JM Nyalunga at 012 401 1940