Supply Chain Management
SALARY : R261 372 per annum (Level 07), (excluding benefits)
CENTRE : Pretoria: Head Office
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate B Degree (NQF level 7) or Three (3) year Diploma (NQF level
6). Minimum three years’ relevant experience in Supply Chain particularly
Demand and Acquisition management. Demonstrable competency in acting
Independently, Professionally, Accountable and with Credibility. Knowledge of
the PFMA, PPPFA, BBBEE, Treasury Regulations, Supply Chain
Management and other relevant public service prescripts. Excellent
communication and administrative skills. Report writing, good verbal and
written communication skills. Ability to work independently without constant
supervision. Excellent administrative skill and problem-solving skills. Strong
organizational and management skills. Good analytical skills. Computer skills
in MS Word, Excel (intermediate or Advanced) and Outlook. Willing to travel
and work extended hours where necessary. Presentation skills.
DUTIES : Administer bid requests and capture them in the bid register and allocate bid
numbers. Compile memorandums to initiate and commence with a bid process
to seek approval thereof. Provide administrative and secretarial support to bid
specification, evaluation and adjudication committees. Conduct market
assessment for potential suppliers as well as industry analysis for
requirements. Compile bid documents. Draft bid advertisement to be
published in the government tender bulletin, National Treasury E-portal, NPA
Website and other media platforms. Conduct the bid briefings sessions and
site visits to potential bidders. Check submitted bids for administrative
compliance according to responsive criteria. Arrange the opening and closing
of bids including registering of received proposals. Organize and coordinate
logistical arrangements for bid specification and evaluation meetings. Take
and keep records of all minutes of committee meetings. Present bid evaluation
recommended reports to the bid adjudication committee for approval. Prepare
and send acceptance letter of awarded bids including unsuccessful letters.
Compile and update bid register regularly. Assist in preparation of monthly
reports. Monitor bid validity periods and request extension when necessary.
Check the prohibition status of the recommended company and its directors
with the National Treasury. Check the company status on Central Supplier
Database (CSD)- status and ownership. Assist in conducting due diligence on
recommended service providers. Respond to bid related queries from
prospective service providers and business units. Liaise with National
Treasury and the Auditor General regarding bid related matters. Perform any
other duties deemed necessary by supervisor. You may be rotated to other
sections within Supply Chain Management.
ENQUIRIES : Boitumelo Molopyane Tel No: 012 845 6037

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