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COMPANY: SASFIN BANK LIMITED

DEPARTMENT: Group Procurement

JOB TITLE: Supervisor: Group Procurement

MANAGER: Head: Procurement and Contracts

LOCATION: Waverley, JHB

 

MAIN PURPOSE OF THE JOB

Responsible for managing the Group’s Procurement function in an effective manner for the Sasfin Group.

 

KEY AREAS OF RESPOSIBILITY

Supply Chain Management

  • Monitoring and maintaining information on supply chain management matters

  • Administer and monitor the procurement process all the way through to recording and payment of the purchases

  • Successful implementation on supply chain management

  • Manage overall performance of the organisation which includes cost savings achieved

 

Appointment of Vendors

  • Develop a preferred supplier database with cognisance of benchmarked price, BEE and service

  • Experience running tender initiatives

  • Negotiate and agree supplier terms and conditions ensuring compliance with legal requirements

  • Ensure reconciliation of Preferred Suppliers List to the Group Creditors system on Great Plains

 

Fixed Asset Disposals

  • Perform disposal of IT Assets (together with the IT Finance Manager) and other assets when the need arises

  • Identify the net book value of each asset for sale

  • Work out the profit/loss

  • Remove them from the various fixed asset registers

 

Donations

  • Select suitable charity organisation and donate assets which have not been sold

  • Inform group marketing of the donation and supply them with the donation thank you letter

 

Procurement spend

  • Monthly reporting required (BEE stats)

  • Reporting on procurement spend vs. actual spend

  • Identify and implement fruitful sourcing strategies

 

Procurement/training administrators

  • Check and reconcile order/fixed asset invoice spread sheets and check that the assets are loaded in the relevant asset registers

 

Monitoring of fixed assets

  • Administer and control the movement of fixed assets on a regular basis

  • Conduct regular stock-takes and disposals of redundant, obsolete and unserviceable assets in the organisation

  • Reconcile the asset payment vouchers to the fixed asset management system and the general ledger

  • Identify, investigate and report on any discrepancies found

  • Bar-coding the newly acquired assets and update the fixed asset register

 

Corporate agreements

  • Negotiate, identify and implement corporate agreements

 

 

SKILLS/PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES REQUIRED:

  • Inter-personal and facilitation skills, able to build effective relationships at all levels and managing and resolving conflicts

  • Highly ethical and comfortable working within strong governance structures

  • Flexible and have the ability to manage change effectively

  • Have the ability to work in a varied environment and adapt working styles to suit each situation

  • Ability to communicate complex information, formulate arguments and make timely informed recommendations

  • Good client interpersonal and influencing skills

  • Analytical, systematic and methodical while working under pressures and with time constraints

  • Self-motivated and able to manage own workload and balance conflicting demands and priorities

  • Able to analyse systems and procedures and make appropriate recommendations for improvement

  • Strong analytical and influencing skills

  • Ability to multi task and complete several procurement projects for different people at the same time

  • Attention to detail and to be responsible for the quality of deliverables

  • Analytical thinking

  • Able to work through delegated matrix lines of reporting and team working

  • Problem solving and delivery focus

  • Organisation awareness

  • Drive and energy, with the ability to be self-motivated

  • Knowledge of Great Plains experience would be an advantage

 

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Diploma or Degree or relevant experience in Supply Chain or Procurement Management

  • Min three – five years in a Procurement Function

  • Three years’ experience in Procurement Administration

  • Supplier Relationship Management experience

  • Knowledge of legislation around Procurement and Supply Chain functions

  • Financial knowledge and skills

  • Attention to detail

  • Negotiation skills

  • Communication skills – written and verbal

  • Strong administrative ability

 

REMUNERATION

Total Cost to Company.

 

Interested applicants can forward their CV by no later than 25 January 2017.     

*Please consider your application unsuccessful if you have not received a response within 2 weeks of submission.

 


  

COMPANY: SASFIN BANK LIMITED

DEPARTMENT: Corporate Finance

JOB TITLE: Senior Corporate Finance Transactor

MANAGER: Head of Corporate Finance

LOCATION: Waverley, JHB

 

MAIN PURPOSE OF THE JOB

In the context of the recent growth and development of the Sasfin Group and its enlarged capital base, a strategic decision has been taken to increase the footprint of the Corporate Finance/Investment Banking activities.

This leading corporate finance team, with a strong-listed client base, seeks a commercially-minded Senior Corporate Finance Transactor to work towards growing a unique investment banking offering which includes advisory and balance sheet opportunities.

  

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

Overall responsibility for the following:

  • Work in a team environment and responsibile for deal origination, execution and client interaction

  • Initiative and independent deal idea generation

  • Identification of commercially-sound business opportunities (both advisory and investment banking)

 

 

DESCRIPTION OF TASKS

  • Originating advisory and investment banking deal flow

  • Driving divisional profitability

  • Assist in day-to-day operational requirements for the Corporate Finance division

  • Managing client interactions

  • Financial modelling knowledge

  • Project management of transactions

  • Researching transactional opportunities

  • Ensuring compliance with internal and regulatory processes in client selection and deal execution

  • Ensuring work outputs of team members are of a high quality

  • Advising clients with regard to continuing obligations and corporate actions as contained in the JSE Limited Listings Requirements

 

SKILLS/PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES REQUIRED

  • B.Com with postgraduate qualification (Finance Honours, Investment Management Honours, CA, Law)

  • Accredited JSE Approved Executive (Equity) advantageous

  • Accredited JSE Approved Executive (Debt) advantageous

  • A minimum of 10 years’ work experience in corporate finance

  • Entrepreneurial with a real desire to work in investment banking

  • A keen interest in business and investment banking

  • Commercial sense and sound business acumen

  • Good work ethic in particular regarding client service

  • Effective communicator with excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Excellent analytical skills

  • Independent thinker

  • Driven by the profit motive

  • Takes ownership

  • Ambitious

  • Hardworking

  • Ability to see the bigger picture

  • Dynamic personality

  • Entrepreneurial flair and a “feel” for business

  • Hands on, ability to work under pressure, tight deadlines, and handle a high volume of work

 

 

REMUNERATION

Market related, based on total Cost to Company + Performance based incentives.

 

Interested applicants can forward their CV by no later than 26 January 2017.

*Please consider your application unsuccessful if you have not received a response within 2 weeks of submission.

 


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