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Admin Clerk Pretoria

ADMIN CLERK/DRIVER REF NO: CFO 19/4/3 SALARY : Level 5(R173 703 per annum) CENTRE : Financial Management Division, Office of the Chief Financial Officer, Admin Support, Pretoria.

REQUIREMENTS : Minimum requirements: Grade 12 certificate with finance related subjects. In possession of a valid RSA driver’s license. Skills: good driving skills, problem solving, communication and interpersonal, etc. Basic knowledge of transport services. Be willing to work flexible hours when required, i.e. after hours, weekends, etc. Be able to obtain a valid security clearance. Be able to work independent and as a team. Be loyal, responsible, committed towards tasks, trustworthy, honest and able to keep confidential information. Be willing to learn and attend courses, e.g. advance driving 6 skills, etc. Be discipline, neat, professional and respectful, etc. Added advantage: driving experience, basic relevant work experience.

DUTIES : To serve the Chief Financial Officer as a personal driver and administration clerk. Transport/drive the CFO and family members as or when required. Ensure effective planning of the trips/visits of the CFO. Ensure effective administration and utilisation of vehicles in the CFO’s Office, i.e. conduct inspections, clean vehicles, update log books, etc. Rendering clerical support functions and messenger’s services in the CFO’s Office, i.e. records, registers, photocopies, correspondences, etc. Distribute documents/packages to various stakeholders as or when required. Assist with filing system in the CFO’s Office.

ENQUIRIES : Mr B.J. Mnyandu, tel (012) 355-5449

How to Apply

APPLICATIONS : Applications must be submitted to: Financial Management Division, DFSS, Career Management Section, Private Bag X137, 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 number 5 at Reception.

NOTE : Please use reference number not post number.

CLOSING DATE : 12 July 2019 at 16:00

Source: DPSA


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