ACANCY CIRCULAR NO. 33 OF 2022
CONTROLLER OF ACCOUNTS (x 5)
Applications are invited from suitably qualified citizens for the above mentioned position tenable in the Ministry of Finance, Office of the Accountant General.
TENABLE AT: (Gaborone x 3, Molepolole, Kanye)
SALARY: D3 (P266, 340 – P293, 640 per annum)
LEAVE: 30 working days per annum
BENEFITS: a) Optional contributory Medical Aid Scheme (Government pays 50% and Employee pays 50%).
(b) Contributory Pension (Government contributes 15% and employee contributes 5% of salary).
Candidates should have at least Diploma in Accounting and Business Studies or any Diploma level professional qualification such as AAT Level 4, ACCA, CIMA, and BICA. Applicants must be registered and in good standing with Botswana Institute of Chartered Accountants (BICA).
MAIN PURPOSE OF THE JOB
The primary purpose of this job is to advise customers on financial and other policy related duties.
1. Advises customers on financial and other policy related issues.
2. Monitors expenditure and revenue.
3. Maintains revenue collectors’ charts and counter foil register.
4. Conducts inspections.
5. Reconciles accounts.
6. Coordinates support of financial systems.
a) Problem Solving
b) Drive for Results
c) Integrity & trust
e) Managing & measuring work
APPLICATIONS: All Applicants should quote the number of the Vacancy Circular and provide the following details:
a) Brief summary of career with duties performed (Curriculum Vitae) including date of first appointment, present post and date of appointment thereto.
b) Certified copies of Certificates, transcript, Omang and two (2) recent work related references.
Applications should be addressed to:
The Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Finance
Private Bag 008, GABORONE
Hand delivered to Office No. 319, 3rd floor Link Block Building
IMPORTANT: All applications should be routed through their Permanent Secretaries and Heads of Department for Public Officers.
Applications not so routed will not be considered.
CLOSING DATE: 9th December 2022 at 16:30hrs
For further information please contact: 3633651/3950397/3633631 or 3950617.