The Department of Home Affairs is inviting applications for the vacant post of CASHIER SUPERVISOR, REF NO: HRMC 16/23/4.
Closing date: 17 March 2023 at 16:00
SALARY : A basic salary of R331 188 to R390 129 per annum (Level 8). In addition, a range of benefits
CENTRE : Free State: Medium Office: Harrismith
REQUIREMENTS : An undergraduate qualification in Financial Management at NQF level 6 as recognized by SAQA • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in Cashier Services environment
Understanding of the Departmental legislation and Human Resources legislation and prescripts • Knowledge of Cashier services
Knowledge of the South African Constitution • Knowledge of the Public Service Regulations Act as well as Public Finance Management Act (PFMA)
Knowledge of Accounting processes and procedures • Computer literacy • Analytic thinking • Planning and organizing • Problem solving, verbal and written communication
Financial administration • Planning and interpersonal skills • Attention to detail • Clerical and administration
Multi-task, teamwork, record and time management • A valid driver’s license and willingness to travel.
DUTIES : Supervise the effective daily operation of the cashier services • Implement quality assurance
measures to ensure quality of service
Provide advice and action non-standard requests and issues from staff in the execution of their duties • Perform end of day duties to ensure effective reporting, identification of issues and capturing of financial information
Control the flow of cash in the front office cashier points including monitor floats, investigating shortages and clearing, ordering and safekeeping of cash
Implement policies and procedures in line with the approved Framework • Implement policies and procedures in line with the approved framework
Implement governance processes, frameworks and procedures • Maintain relationship with various internal and external stakeholders
Ensure business transformation and partnership with various stakeholders • Administer human and physical resources.
ENQUIRIES : Free State: Mr C Mgwadleka, Tel No: (051) 410 3912
APPLICATIONS : Applications must be submitted with fully completed new Z83 form indicating correct
reference number obtainable from a link at the end of this article, and a detailed Curriculum Vitae.
NB: Foreign applicants should submit the following documents:
- SAQA Evaluation Certificate,
- Sace and Quota Work Permit and
- Police Clearance (only when shortlisted)
Direct applications to the Department of Home Affairs Office as follows:-
Eastern Cape: Postal Address: Private Bag 7413, King Williams Town, 5600 Physical address: 11 Hargreaves Avenue, King William’s Town, 5600
Gauteng: Postal Address: Private Bag X108, Braamfontein, 2017, Physical Address: 3rd Floor, Mineralia Building, Cnr De Beer and De Korte Street, Braamfontein, 2017
Free State: Postal Address: Postal address: P.O Box 12262 Brandhof 9324 Physical Address: 40 Victoria Street Willows Bloemfontein 9301
KwaZulu-Natal: Postal Address: Private Bag X 09, Pietermaritzburg 3209 Physical address: 181 Church Street, Pietermaritzburg 3209
Limpopo: Postal Address: Private Bag X 9517, Polokwane, 0700 Physical Address: 89 Biccard Street, Polokwane, 0699
Mpumalanga: Postal Address: Private Bag X11264, Nelspruit, 1200, Physical Address: 29 Bester Street, Nelspruit, 1200
North West: Postal Address: Private Bag X 119, Mmabatho, 2735, Physical Address: Cnr Sheppard and Carrington Street, Mafikeng, 2745
Applications received after the closing date or faxed and emailed applications will not be considered
Closing date: 17 March 2023 at 16:00
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