Enterprise Development Officer - Johannesburg, South Africa - Affirmative Portfolios

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Procurement

JHB Central
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ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

JOHANNESBURG

PERMANENT

SALARY - R23 010 BASIC GROSS SALARY PER MONTH

OUTLINE

Overview:


Implement Enterprise and Supplier Development (ESD) initiatives in line with the applicable legislative prescripts including the Supply Chain Management (SCM) Policy.


Key Responsibilities:


Enforce compliance with the following legislation:(MFMA) and its Regulations, (PPPFA) and its Regulations, (B-BBEEA), the dti Codes of Good Practice and its Regulations, National Treasury Prescripts, Construction Industry Development Board Act and its Regulations and Practice Notes.

Adhere and comply
- to the prescripts of the SCM policy, relevant SOPs and legislative prescripts. Participate in the

  • B-BBEE forum and advise on compliance matters. Compile data required for the Enterprise and
  • Supplier Development element of the B-BBEE Scorecard during audits. Implement enterprise and supplier development initiatives as per SCM Policy and/or preapproved ESD plans. Maintain documentary evidence of all implemented ESD initiatives. Conduct workshops/ training sessions for suppliers on developmental gaps identified. Attend and engage in stakeholder meetings as and when required. Participate in the Bid Committee structures as and when required. Track and report on progress of suppliers enrolled in approved development programmes with
- specific emphasis on SCM matters. Compile and submit monthly performance reports on ESD initiatives
- undertaken to Manager ASD for review. Provide input on ad-hoc, weekly, monthly and quarterly reports
- to the ASD Manager for B-BBEE Forum, EXCO and Board and its sub-committees. Maintain information for all

ESD activities undertaken and compile such for audit purposes. Adhere to the company's Record Management Policy
- prescripts. Maintain positive customer relations and satisfaction. Provide information to suppliers on

approved SCM Policy and processes.

Liaise with relevant stakeholders and provide advice to both internal and external stakeholder on changes and issues in SCM environment.


Job Requirements:


Essential qualifications and experience:


  • Diploma in Procurement/ Logistics/ Finance/ Supply Chain Management (SCM) (NQF Level 6)
  • 2 years' experience in the SCM environment with 1 year in Enterprise and Supplier Development
  • MS Office (Ms Outlook, Ms Word, Ms Excel, Ms PowerPoint)
  • Sound knowledge of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act (B-BBEEA),
- the dtic Codes of Good Practice and its Regulations and other relevant SCM prescripts
  • Valid Driver's licence

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