Deputy Bursar in Pretoria
“If she believes in herself…she will fly”
Established in 1879, St Mary’s Diocesan School for Girls is an independent Anglican school situated in Hillcrest, Pretoria. The school prides itself on achieving a balance between the spiritual, moral, academic, cultural and physical development of its learners and enjoys an excellent reputation, nationally and internationally.
Applications are invited for the following position available from 1 October 2018:
Reporting to the Bursar
Assisting and working with the Bursar on the following matters:
Management of the school budget/finances on a daily basis; preparing the annual budget; liaising with senior management on financial matters; preparing the monthly financials; interaction with auditors, SARS (VAT) reporting; managing and assisting the debtors department with processing and account / parent queries; managing and assisting with the creditors department; expenditure control; cash flow management; procurement.
Preparation & management of staff salaries and contracts (with HR management support); Skills Development compliance; Employment Equity compliance.
Appropriate Insurance; development and reviewing of policies; serving on the policy and finance committee; NPO and NGO compliance; investment management.
At least a Bachelor’s degree in financial disciplines; experience in all or most of the above duties; excellent interpersonal, communication and interviewing and conflict resolution skills; lateral thinking; experience in office management and administration. Computer literacy and experience with accounting software packages and MS Excel are essential.
Please clearly mark the position you are applying for and forward your CV to the HR Manager, Mrs. Charmaine De Jong via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org before the 21 September 2018. Only suitably qualified and experienced applicants will be short-listed and contacted. If you have not heard from us by 1 October 2018, your application will have been unsuccessful. An application in itself does not constitute the right to an interview.