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New Era Newspaper Monday July 17, 2017

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14 ADVERT Monday, July 17 2017 | NEW ERA PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT UNIT NOTICE TO SUPPLIERS REQUEST FOR THE SUBMISSION OF COMPANY PROFILES FOR THE PROVISION OF GOODS, SERVICES AND WORKS TO THE NHC. 1. PURPOSE: To obtain company profiles from suppliers interested in conducting business with the office in respect of the supplying of goods, services and works to be procured through the 2017/18 financial year. Companies must submit the relevant documentations and clearly indicate the types of goods, services and works they render and it should correspond with the nature of business stated in the founding statement or amendment of the company. 2. THE NEEDS OF THE NATIONAL HERITAGE COUNCIL OF NAMIBIA FOR THE 2017/18 FINANCIAL YEAR ARE AS FOLLOWS BUT NOT LIMITED TO: SUPPLY OF GOODS: • Newspapers, periodicals, books, promotional items and other media publicity materials • Stationery/general office supplies • Cleaning materials/equipment and related cleaning supplies • Maintenance equipment, tools and related materials and supplies • Staff uniforms • Computer equipment/ related products and services • Data and communication networks and related equipment; cell phones, ipads and other computer accessories • Gifts; crockery, cutleries, glasses and other related utensils • Office furniture • Refreshments • Security equipment and related supplies SUPPLY OF WORKS: • Operational equipment and office equipment • Electrical and mechanical services • Civil services • Construction and renovations of office infrastructure • Supply of building materials • Solar system • Civil engineering • Pest control • Thatch roofs CONSULTANCY SERVICES: • Human resources • Architectural • Quantity surveying • Engineering • Interior design • Electrical works • Mechanical • Review of “the policy strategies” and legislation • Strategic planning • Audit services • Legal and other consultancy services NON-CONSULTANCY SERVICES: • Air tickets • Transportation • Air conditioners and fire extinguishers • Security systems • Short training courses • Symposiums and workshops • Advertisements • Printing and binding • Flowers • Events management and decorations • Hospitality and catering • Replacement/refilling of gas cylinders • Computer software and licenses • Refuse removal • Rental of photocopiers • Branding • Cleaning • Security services • Entertainment (live band, cultural group performances etc.) • Accommodation • Rentals of warehouses and container • Hiring of waiters and waitresses • Hiring of events tents, chairs and tables • Rental of mobile toilets • Transport expenses including fuel services • Translation • Printing/re-printing of materials • Provision and maintenance of network equipment incl. Wireless equipment • Supply and maintenance of security surveillance and monitoring systems • Digitalisation of localised e-content • Implementation and training • Provision and strengthening of shared access services and network connectivity • Website and portal hosting • Development and administration services • Maintenance of information system • TV and related services NB: The documents outlined below are mandatory in order to be eligible to participate: • Valid company registration certificate • Original valid good standing tax certificate • Original valid good standing SSC certificate • Valid affirmative action compliance certificate • Proof from employment equity commissioner that bidder is not a relevant employer or exemption issued in terms of section 42 of the affirmative action act of 1998; a written undertaking as contemplated in section 138(2) of the labour act of 2007; • A certificate indicating SME status (for bids reserved for SME’s). The public entity “shall have the rights to”: (a) ask for clarifications “of evaluating company profiles” (b) reject all company profiles, “if the above-mentioned is not adhered to” (c) due to security reasons, some services may require vetting. Administrative Enquiries: Emmanuela Jonas Tel: 061-244375 Delivery address: 52 Robert Mugabe Avenue, Ausspannplatz (opposite Ministry of Lands and Resettlement) Closing date for submission: 28 July 2017 at 12h00 NB: Submissions of profiles are to be submitted in sealed envelopes.

Monday, July 17 2017 | NEW ERA ADVERT 15 CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL) ASSESSMENT AND TRADE TESTING Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is the process of recognising individual skills and knowledge acquired through work experience in the informal and formal sector. RPL is used to obtain full or partial qualifications, gain entry into learning programmes, or gain exemption for part of a training programme. The NTA has identified RPL as part of its funding interventions under the Key Priority Training Grant Funding window of the Vocational Education and Training (VET) Levy. The NTA is hereby inviting individuals with proven work experience to apply for RPL assessment in one of the following occupations and qualifications: Prospective applicants should meet the following criteria: •Level 2: minimum of 3 years working experience •Level 3: minimum of 5 years working experience Occupational Area 1. Accommodation Services 2. Airconditioning & Refrigeration 3. Apprentice Guide 4. Auto Electrical 5. Auto Mechanic 6. Boilermaking 7. Bricklaying & Plastering 8. Carpentry & Joinery 9. Clothing Production 10. Commercial Cookery (Level 4 only: minimum of 7 years working experience) 11. Core Commercial Cookery 12. Diesel Mechanic 13. Electrical General 14. Fitter Machinist 15. Fitting & Turning 16. Food and Beverage Services 17. Front Office 18. Hairdressing 19. Instrumentation 20. Joinery & Cabinetmaking 21. Local Guide 22. National Guiding (Level 4 only: minimum of 7 years working experience) 23. Office Administration 24. Plumbing & Pipefitting 25. Radio & TV Mechanic 26. Tour Guide 27. Transfer Guide 28. Water Care 29. Welding & Metal Fabrication Application forms are available at: • NTA Head Office Reception, Rand Street, Khomasdal, Windhoek. • NTA Assessment and Certification Division, 12 Rühr Street, Northern Industrial Area, Windhoek, • The following public Vocational Training Centres (VTCs): Eenhana VTC; Okakarara VTC; Rundu VTC; Valombola VTC (Ongwediva); Zambezi VTC (Katima Mulilo); Windhoek VTC; and Nakayale VTC (Outapi). • Or NTA corporate website, through the following link: All applications and certified copies of supporting documentation are to be handed in, or couriered to the NTA, or any of the respective VTCs. No faxed or e-mailed applications will be accepted. Enquiries: Millicah Mabuta RPL Administrative Officer Telephone: +264 61 2078216 Email address: CLOSING DATE: 11 August 2017 Vacancies Accounts Analyst Creditors Department: Finance Duty Station: Windhoek Reports to: Assistant - Financial Accountant The Purpose of the Job: To perform supporting accounting duties in the major accounting areas ranging from transaction processing and reconciliation, to analysis and reports. Key Performance Areas • Provide administrative tasks as required within the Finance Department and generally support the accounting processes at a task level; • Liaises with internal and external customers; • Process invoices and payments; • Prepare creditors’ accounts, reconciliation, payments and control; • Maintain fi nancial records, information and statistics, and provide accounting/administrative support services; • Develop a record-keeping system that deals with the offi ce’s accounting records requirements; • Conduct foreign exchange and bank transfers; • Be responsible for new innovations and personal development. Job-related Qualifications and Experience • Diploma in Accounting from a recognised institution • At least two (2) years’ accounting experience (accounts payable). The incumbent should have the following knowledge, skills and abilities Knowledge of: Accounting software, administrative procedures, banking procedures, creditors’ systems, fi nancial accounting and systems, MS Excel and Offi ce, payroll administration, pension fund rules and regulations, IFMIS, reconciling, systems procedures, and transactions-processing. Skills and Abilities: Advising, accounting, administration, clerical, computer literacy, controlling ability, customer/user service, fi nancial, group problem solving, interpersonal (oral communication), integrative thinking ability, listening, reconciliation, report-writing (written communication), time management, written and oral communication. Personal Attributes: Assertive, calm disposition, detail-conscious, confi dentiality, consistency, constructive, fi gures-oriented, helpful, independent worker and thinker, able to meet deadlines, objectivity, patience, performancedriven, perseverance, reliable, results-oriented, self-starting, able to manage stress, and transparent. Treasury Analyst Reports to: Manager: Treasury The Purpose of the Job: To analyse and manage GIPF’s in-house portfolios. Key Performance Areas • Manage cash investments; • Manage fi xed income portfolio or any other assets as permitted by the Investment Policy; • Maintain relationships between GIPF and its counterparties; • Provide competent dealings and trading services; • Perform portfolio analysis; • Provide research services on new and existing products; • Assist in reviewing of key documentation pertaining Treasury Unit; • Be responsible for new innovations and personal development. Job-related Qualifications and Experience • Bachelors degree in Commerce/Finance/Economics/Business Science from a recognised institution • Minimum 4 years in the banking/dealing fi eld or portfolio management • A certifi cate in ACI dealings will be an added advantage. GIPF is an equal opportunity employer and comply with the Affirmative Action Legislation. Persons from previously disadvantaged groups meeting the above mentioned requirements are encouraged to apply. GIPF offers a competitive, Total Remuneration Package with a standard range of benefits in line with responsibilities, qualifications and experience. Interested applicants meeting the requirements are encouraged to submit their written applications, detailed CVs, and certified copies of their educational qualifications to: By Hand: Per Post: Physical Address: GM: HR & Administration PO Box 23500 GIPF House, Cnr. of Human Resources Department GIPF Dr. Kenneth David 3rd Floor Windhoek Kaunda and Goethe Street Closing Date: 26 July 2017 Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and NO documents will be returned. The incumbent should have the following knowledge, skills and abilities Knowledge of: Investment instruments available, general investment knowledge, GIPF policies and procedures, Regulation 28, pension fund legislation, relevant systems for the execution of investments. Skills and Abilities: Analytical, interpersonal (oral communication), networking, supervisory, presentation, PC literacy, report-writing (written communication), and negotiation. Personal Attributes: Detail-conscious, calm disposition, conceptual, discreet, integrity, emotional- and inter-cultural intelligence, expressive, independent thinker, lateral thinking, professional/exceptional business ethics and service-oriented. Forensic & Financial Auditor Reports to: Senior Internal Auditor The Purpose of the Job: To conduct forensic audits, do comprehensive investigations and report back to aid management decision-making. Key Performance Areas • Address all issues relating to fraud; • Conduct fi nancial audits as per the internal audit plan and provide feedback to various stakeholders; • Assist in other audit activities that may arise within GIPF or as required within the audit function; • Assist in developing forensic audit methodology and procedures; • Conduct forensic audits and investigations; • Assist in developing fi nancial audit methodology and procedures; • Conduct fi nancial audits; • Implement specifi c process improvements; • Provide consulting services; • Conduct a fraud awareness program; • Provide audit assistance services for risk management processes; • Maintain audit effi ciencies and services levels; • Provide audit assistance services for systems audits. Job-related Qualifications and Experience • Bachelors degree in Commerce/Accounting with majors in Financial Accounting and Auditing from a recognised institution • A certifi cate in Forensics will be an added advantage • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in an auditing environment of which 1 year should be in a forensic auditing setting. The incumbent should have the following knowledge, skills and abilities Knowledge of: Annual business plans and budgets, audit-reporting, budget and cash fl ow forecasts, corporate governance, fi nancial and forensic auditing , fi nancial variance analysis, fraud and what constitutes fraud, management accounts, pension fund rules, relevance of pension fund legislation/s, rules, acts, policies, procedures, regulations, risk assessments, systems audits, systems functionalities, and procedures. Skills and Abilities: Advising, analytical, audit administration, budgeting, decision-making, confl ict resolution, evaluation, listening, feedback, interpersonal (oral communication), presentation and report-writing (written communication), interviewing, investigating, prevention, detecting, and deterrence skills. Personal Attributes: Approachable, assertive, trustworthy, reliable, emotionally mature, ethical, honest, independent thinker, objective, open-minded, patient and supportive team player. GIPF is a fund that provides pension benefits for civil servants and employees of member institutions. Our vision is to be the leading pension fund and a model corporate citizen in Namibia. The mission is to safeguard and grow the Fund for the benefit of its stakeholders and Namibia. Visit

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