MICT SETA is Hiring Learning Programmes R24 295 Allowance

MICT SETA is Hiring Learning Programmes R24 295 Allowance

MICT SETA is Hiring An Administrator: Learning Programmes: R291 540.00 – R384 416.00 Per Year

 

    • SALARY/STIPEND: Not Specified
    • DURATION: Permanent

  • LOCATION: South Africa

Duties

MICT SETA seeks to employ a suitably qualified and competent Administrator: Learning Programmes, to provide administrative support to the Learning Programmes unit to ensure the effective and efficient running of the office, provide superior client service and to support the MICT SETA in the execution of the overall strategy. The role will be based at Midrand Head Office and will report to the Manager: Learning Programmes.

    • Information Data Administration

    • Consolidation of Learning programme reporting indicators.
    • Auditing QMR Input and validation of data accuracy.
    • Auditing data vs data captured on SETMIS Files

    • Validates learner data Captured on QMR
    • Generates reports on information captured and submits to Line Manager, weekly, Monthly and Quarterly.
    • Sort file according to quarters for ease of retrieval during audit process.

    • Checks learner and learning programme registrations to ensure that applications are in
      line with requirements.
    • Liaises with Training Providers on outstanding documentation required for registration.
    • Verifies supporting documentation to ensure authenticity.

    • Captures information on the Management Information System (MIS).
    • Captures and files discretionary grant applications.
    • Assists Advisor with drafting of letters of approval and records on a spreadsheet.

Learning Programmes Administration

    • Administration of disbursements of discretionary grants
    • Maintain Reconciles registered leaners and enrolled learners for each quarter for
      comparison with QMR.

    • Update the Annual Commitment Register daily after capturing of information in order to
      track invoices/payments.
    • Track reported learners vs the commitment register
    • Reconcile Quarterly report and Commitment Register.

    • Prepare and check requisitions before submission to administrator and Manager
    • Verify the SLA’s validity and if the budget is available.
      Risk & Compliance
    • Assist in identifying and adhering to fraud controls, risk prevention principles, sound
      governance and compliance processes, and tools to identify and manage risks.

    • Support and provide evidence to all internal and external audit requirements.
    • Prepare sample for audit purposes for current financial year by printing documentation
      off the system.
    • Prepare samples for audit purposes for previous financial years by tracing documents on
      the system or physically retrieving CDs from the storeroom.

    • Ensure that all documentation is contained in sample as per audit requirements.
    • Follow up with stakeholders on outstanding information and submits to the line manager
      for verification before inclusion into samples.
    • Implement audit findings within stipulated timeframe by ensuring that all the learners are
      reported and supported by evidence.

    • Maintain quality risk management standards in line with relevant requirements.
    • Maintain and enforce all related Service Level Agreements to minimise business risk and
      ensure business continuity.
    • Review related Standard Operating Procedures in consultation with the Officer: Learning
      Programmes to ensure business optimisation.

    • Adhere to all relevant laws, policies and Standard Operating Procedures throughout the
      organisation.
      Customer Liaison and Service
    • Handle general queries from DHET pertaining to SETMIS submission.
    • Submit confirmation of registration to Service Providers upon request.

    • Respond to routine queries and escalate higher-level requests to the relevant staff in the
      business unit as required.
    • Provide support the stakeholders on the submission of relevant documents as per the
      MICT SETA Standard Operating Procedures.
    • Promptly and attentively respond to customer requests within established parameters and time frames.

Platforms below and receive daily job opportunities:

Requirements for Eligibility

    • Matric/Grade 12

    • National Diploma (NQF 6) Education, Human Resources Development, HRM or
      equivalent
    • 2 Years in Administration or another relevant field
    • A minimum of 1 year experience in Skills development

    • Knowledge of applicable policies and procedures
    • Familiarity with office management procedures and basic accounting principles
    • Knowledge of legislations governing SETAs

  • Flexibility in working hours will be required to meet demands of the role.
  • May be required to work overtime.

VALUES

    • Customer Centricity
    • Ethical
    • Innovative

    • Committed
    • Meritocracy
    • Collaboration

    • Responsiveness
      BEHAVIOURAL COMPETENCIES
    • Organisational and planning
    • Decision making

    • Professional
    • Problem solving and analysis
    • Interpersonal relations

    • Resilience
    • Attentive to detail and accuracy
      FUNCTIONAL COMPETENCIES
    • Financial Administration

    • Basic Auditing
    • Verbal and written communication skills
    • Client Liaison and relations

    • Information and Data Administration
    • Data Capturing
    • File Management

MICT SETA

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