DIVISIONAL HEAD: ETHICS MANAGEMENT AND FORENSIC SERVICES

City of Tshwane

Department: GROUP AUDIT AND RISK
Division: ETHICS MANAGEMENT AND FORENSIC SERVICES
Section: N/A
Location: Sammy Marks (Pretoria CBD), but functioning in the whole Tshwane

Post Title: DIVISIONAL HEAD: ETHICS MANAGEMENT AND FORENSIC SERVICES
Reference Code: AUDT104-2023_(E)
Closing Date: 27.07.2023

Job Level:

T21 (Appointment in this position will be on a permanent basis and will be subject to signing an employment contract and performance agreement, as well as disclosing financial interests.)

Scale: R1 117 920,00 – R1 552 656,00 per annum

Estimated Remuneration Package: R1 613 680,08 – R2 167 017,86 per annum

Job Purpose:

To exercise control over the ethics management and forensic services function with the aim to maintain impartial, accountable, transparent and efficient ethics management and forensic services within the City of Tshwane, subject to legislated context responsibilities, national standards and the directives of the Chief Audit Executive.

Application Requirements:

  • A bachelor’s degree in Forensic Accounting, Internal Audit, Forensic Investigation or any other study field related to the position
  • Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) will be an added advantage
  • Registration with a relevant professional body
  • 10 years’ experience, of which at least five years must be at senior management level
  • Proven track record and vast experience in fraud prevention and forensic audit and investigations
  • Advanced knowledge and understanding of relevant policy and legislation
  • Advanced understanding of institutional governance systems and performance management
  • Advanced understanding of Council operations and delegation of powers
  • Good governance skills
  • Understanding of the establishment and functionality of audits, risk management and forensic investigations
  • Budget and financial management skills
  • Ability to make high-risk decisions of a long-term and strategic nature
  • Compliance with the MFMA unit standards as prescribed by Regulation 493 of 15 June 2007 as published in Government Gazette 29967 of 15 June 2007
  • No criminal record (excluding previous convictions related to political activities under the previous dispensation) and the applicant must undergo security vetting
  • Undergo a competency assessment
  • Computer literacy

Personal Attributes/ Competencies:

Leading competencies: Strategic direction and leadership skills; business management skills; people management skills; programme and project management skills; financial management skills;
change management skills; change leadership skills; governance
leadership skills Core competencies: Moral competence; planning and organising
skills; analytical and innovation skills; knowledge an information management skills; communication skills; ability to focus on results and quality; ability to work under pressure Level 4 proficiency in the following competencies (in accordance with the Local Government: Municipal Staff Regulations):
Core professional competencies: Written and oral communication; attention to detail; influencing; ethics and professionalism; organisational awareness; problem solving; planning and
organising Functional competencies: Business processes; use of technology; data processing and analysis
Public service orientation competencies: Interpersonal relationships; communication; service delivery orientation; client orientation and customer focus Personal competencies: Action and outcome orientation; resilience; change readiness; cognitive ability; learning
orientation Management or leadership competencies: Impact and influence; team
orientation; direction setting; coaching and mentoring; impact and influence.

Primary Fuctions

To exercise control over the ethics management and forensic services function with the aim to maintain impartial, accountable, transparent and efficient ethics management and forensic services within the City of Tshwane, subject to legislated context responsibilities, national standards and the directives of the Chief Audit Executive. The incumbent will be responsible and accountable for the following key performance areas:

  • Ethics management and fraud prevention
  • Fraud investigation

Position ID(s) : To be indicated
Enquiries : Deon Isaacs (012 358 0680)

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All the best with your applications

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