Social Compliance Administrator - AFR2020S
Code/Reference:
AFR2020S
Applications accepted until:
2020-01-14
Number of Openings
1

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AfriSam (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd is one of the largest suppliers of construction-related materials, specialising in the production of Cement, Aggregate and Readymix Concrete. Operating in five Southern African countries, the company offers a wide scope of career opportunities and exposure to best practices. At AfriSam (South Africa) we recognise that talented and enthusiastic people are the basis of our ongoing success.

Location:

Shares Services Centre

Responsibilities:

  • Provides administrative, projects, events and management support to the Mining and Social Compliance office and the LED/SED/ED office
  • Responsible for a variety of administrative duties including timely preparation of reports and presentations, the payment of invoices
  • Scanning and electronic filing of documents;
  • Tracking and monitoring of the department budget;
  • Co-ordinate travel arrangements; facilitates the payment and subsistence and travel claims
  • Assist in managing and co-ordinating functions of the Legal, Governance, Risk & Compliance Department to ensure smooth operation of the office
  • Arrange travel and accommodation, as and when required
  • Co-ordinate stakeholder affairs (admin) and reports from team that includes Annual Social & Ethics reports, BEE and DMR reports and Stakeholder Engagement Report, etc.
  • Assist in the planning of the annual calendar of meetings and events, in collaboration with the Legal, Governance, Risk & Compliance Executive, with various Chairpersons to ensure adequate notice periods and planning for meetings
  • Assist with the compilation of the meeting agendas to ensure consistency of the format and ensure various requests are dealt with timeously
  • Co-ordinate, gather and prepare board and committee packs and documents to provide attendees with information to enable relevant and informed decision making
  • Review all documents received to ensure that there are no inherent errors etc.
  • Attend to logistics of meetings, printing out of agendas, minutes, venue booking, catering and travel arrangements
  • Receive and address queries from clients and, stakeholders and service providers

Experience and Qualifications:

  • Grade 12 and at least 5 years of relevant experience
  • At least 5 years relevant experience in a compliance environment/Community Development field

Skills and Knowledge:

  • Computer literacy - Expert
  • Excellent Co-ordination skills and ability to multitask
  • Problem solving ability
  • Methodical and organised

Competencies:

  • Exceptional Interpersonal Skills
  • Ability to communicate with all stakeholders
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Able to tolerate high level of stress in a deadline driven environment

Note:

Applicants must inform their immediate Manager of their interest in the vacancy. Please forward your application and résumé to recruitment.ssc@za.afrisam.com

Equity Statement:

€œApplicants are advised that AfriSam is a designated employer under the Employment Equity Act and as such has an Employment Equity Plan in place. The Company therefore has the right to fill the vacancy in accordance with its Employment Equity Plan in order to fulfil its transformation objectives by preferring designated employees."