DPSA National Treasury Department Circular 8 February 2024
DPSA National Treasury Department Circular 8 February 2024 – NATIONAL TREASURY
The National Treasury is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from women and the persons with disabilities in particular. It is intended to promote representivity through filling of these posts.
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E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, please state reference number and title of
position on the subject line of the email. We no longer accept hand delivered
applications or post.
22 February 2024 at 12:00
Applications should be accompanied by a comprehensive CV, fully completed Z83
(non-negotiable) and certified copies of qualifications and ID. Please forward your
application, quoting the relevant reference number and the name of the publication
in which you saw this advertisement, to the e-mail address mentioned below. No
late applications will be accepted. The National Treasury No longer accepts hand
delivered or posted applications. Please note: All shortlisted candidates for SMS
posts will be subjected to a technical exercise that intends to test relevant technical
elements of the job, the logistics of which will be communicated by the Department.
Qualifications and SA citizenship checks will be conducted on all short-listed
candidates and, where applicable, additional checks will be conducted. It is the
applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South
African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). If you have not received feedback from
the National Treasury within 3 months of the closing date, please regard your
application as unsuccessful. Note: The National Treasury reserves the right not fill
the below-mentioned posts.
CHIEF DIRECTOR: MULTILATERAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONCESSIONAL
FINANCE REF NO: S007/2024
Division: International and Regional Economic Policy (IREP)
Purpose: To provide support to the Minister of Finance (Mof) pertaining to
responsibilities emanating from the World Bank, African Development Bank and
OECD through their constituencies and representatives.
R1 189 338 per annum (all-inclusive remuneration package)
A Degree in Economics as recognised by SAQA, A Postgraduate degree in
Economics will be an added advantage, A minimum 5 years’ experience obtained
at a senior management level obtained in economic research and economic policy
development. Knowledge and experience of government or related financial /
development institutions, In-depth experience of policy development and analysis,
Knowledge of the government broader policy framework on international/regional
Develop concepts reflecting South Africa’s priorities for bi-annual and annual
meetings of the World Bank, International Monetary Fund (IMF), and the African
Development Bank (AfDB), Pursue support for these positions through key caucus
groups and institutions that include the G24, the Commonwealth, the United
Nations the G20 and BRICS in conjunction with National Treasury and DIRCO,
Analyse the bilateral and plurilateral strategies pursue by South Africa in the region
to get clear directions for policy development and integration.Stakeholders
Engagement: Manage the relationship with the Multilateral Development Banks
(MDB’s), and the delivery of bilateral or country partnership agreements, Engage
with constituencies within the MDBs, OECD and IMF headquarters through the
constituency groups and related structures, such as the Africa Caucus Multilateral
Development Banks: Participate in the planning and preparation of discussions
with stakeholders in the development of the schedule and recommendations for
strategic engagement, Coordinate and prepare speeches, briefing notes and
reports for the National Treasury senior stakeholders on issues raised at the
meetings of MDB’s and OECD, Promote Regional Economic Integration: Prepare
policy briefings in line with mandate of the National Treasury and national
government interest, Represent South Africa in the replenishment of International
Development Association and African Development Finance, Drive policy direction
of IDA and ADF in line with South Africa’s interests in the African Region.
Ms Caroline Modibane Tel No: 012 315 5092
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