Job Detail
Job ID
Offered Salary
R261 372 per annum (Level 07)
Defence and Military
REF NO: CFO 22/4/4
Cape Town
Mr M.J. Seleka Tel No: (012) 392 2116
Where to submit application
Applications must be submitted to: Financial Management Division, DFSS, Career Management Section, Private Bag X 137, Pretoria, 0001 or applications may be hand-delivered to: Department of Defence, Poynton building, 195 Bosman Street, Pretoria where it must be placed in wooden post box 5 at Reception. Note: Please use reference number not post number
Job Description
REQUIREMENTS : Minimum requirements: Grade 12 certificate plus a three year B Degree/ three year National Diploma in Finance/Accounting with a minimum of two (2) years relevant experience on post level 5 or Grade 12 certificate with finance related subjects with a minimum of three (3) years relevant experience on post level 5. Ability in understanding, interpreting and applying of financial policies and prescripts. Computer literate in MS Office software packages. Ability to effectively liaise and communicate with clients, legal representatives and senior DOD personnel. Successful candidates must have sound reasoning, mathematical and problem solving skills and must be trustworthy, honest and loyal. Decisive and persevering iro task finalisation. Must be in the possession of a valid RSA/Military driver’ license. Basic knowledge of financial/legal process and insurance claims. The successful candidate will be required to complete all relevant courses and must be willing to travel. DUTIES : Assisting the Supervisor in receiving and registering letters of demand and/or summonses in terms of mobile assets accidents caused by Department of Defence (DOD) drivers and the processing thereof in accordance with policies and prescripts. Obtain information, documents, statements, reports and statutes wrt the case. Draft briefing notes to State Attorney on proposed handling of the case. Determine course of action to be taken in best interest of the State (DOD). Liaise, negotiate and arrange consultations with roll players for specialized inputs and advice. Frequent inter-action with interest groups, experts, attorneys, council panel and assisting the State Attorney during litigation process and trial. Correctly apply legal and procedural principles whereby civil claims are handled on behalf of the Minister of Defence. Analyse and interpret appropriate action. Regularly study and update own knowledge of Government policies, regulations and prescripts relating to matters of litigation. Visit of units in Oudtshoorn, Bredasdorp, Cape Town, Simons Town, Saldana, Langebaanweg. Record, files and safeguard of all documentation generated in the section for future enquiries and audit purpose.
Required skills
Pretoria, GT, ZA