Location: Head Office (Pretoria)
In terms of Section 76 and 77 of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) of 1999, PanSALB calls on qualified and interested persons to serve on its Audit and Risk Committee till 30 September 2023. Candidates can apply personally or be nominated by someone else. Nominees working and residing in Gauteng and from the Public Service Sector or from the Training and Development Sector will be given preference.
Candidate Requirements: The ideal candidate should have more than five years’ management experience gained from the Audit/ Financial/ Legal/ Risk Management/ Governance environment. Experience in or knowledge of the Public Finance and Public Sector will be considered as an additional advantage. In addition to the above, candidates should demonstrate experience in participating in governance structures, ability to dedicate time to the activities of PanSALB’s Audit and Risk Committee, have an inquisitive personality within reasonable levels of probing, analytical reasoning abilities and good communication skills, and a fair understanding of the regulatory framework within which national departments operate.
Term of Appointment: Appointments will be made for a period of 3 years after which, the Board for PanSALB may renew the appointment period for another term. This is not a full-time appointment. The Audit and Risk Committee has four statutory meetings per annum and additional meetings may be convened as deemed by the Audit and Risk Committee.
Remuneration: Compensation of Audit Committee members is determined by the National Treasury and/or the Auditor-General. Schedules in this regard are issued annually with specific hourly or daily rates. All other refundable expenses are based on PanSALB’s related policies in line with the National Treasury guidelines.
Interested individuals are invited to forward their applications via e-mail to email@example.com