Professional Officer – City Improvement Districts (Compliance)
|Remuneration:||– R417967 Basic salary|
|Job policy:||Employment Equity position|
|Company:||City of Cape Town|
The City of Cape Town promotes and applies the principles of employment equity. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Urban management &• City Improvement District
Professional officer – City Improvement Districts (Compliance)
Basic salary: R417,967 Per annum &• Ref No: UM 23/20 &• Cape Town
(Applicants who have applied under UM 13/20 should not reapply)
- Relevant B degree
- Project management skills
- Minimum two (2) years’ experience in corporate governance and legal compliance in respect of the King reports and the Companies Act
- Understanding the compliance requirements of the Companies Act for Non-Profit Companies (NPC)
- Valid Code EB driver’s licence to travel locally to attend meetings at all hours
- Good verbal and written communication skills to interact with City Improvement Districts (CIDs) Managers, CID Boards of Directors, other City departments on a technical level.
- Responsible for compliance and sustainability of existing City Improvement Districts as Non-Profit Companies in terms of the legislative framework to ensure good corporate governance and accountability e.g. Annual General Meetings, Companies and Intellectual Property Commission requirements, evaluating performance reports, NPC membership requirements
- Assisting with and driving components in the CID extension of term application process to ensure legislative compliance through the application of project management principles
- Ensuring that CID related matters are correctly conveyed at meetings and are legally compliant
- Performing administrative and reporting functions for the department to ensure efficiency e.g. supply chain management, asset management, time and attendance and general administration.
Please apply online at www.capetown.gov.za/careers (external applicants) or via the SAP Portal (internal applicants), unless otherwise stated.
Posted on 02 Nov 10:02