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Position:                   Production and Development Manager – Non-Fiction (Temp)

Reporting to:            Head of Department: Industry Development

Job Ref:                     RECR/PDM/001

 

The Production and Development Manager – Non-Fiction will manage, monitor and evaluate all non-fiction and special projects in development and production from conception to completion.

 

Qualifications & Experience:

 

  • Post Graduate in Film or Audio Visual and TV Production or BA in Journalism/English.
  • Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint).
  • 5-8 years’ experience in production management, scriptwriting, editing or broadcasting.
  • 2 years of managerial experience.
  • Experience in Project Management is an advantage.
  • Knowledge of the film industry (prerequisite).
  • Knowledge and experience of audience consumption and trends.

 

Key Responsibilities:

Demonstrated skills, knowledge and experience in the following:

 

  • Implement the NFVF strategy for production and development (Non-Fiction and Animation).
  • Project planning for development and production.
  • Oversee the contracting and budget management functions.
  • Consult, guide, monitor and provide feedback on project deliverables for development (non-fictional, animation and special projects).
  • Monitor and provide feedback on project deliverables for production and post - production (non-fictional, animation and special projects).
  • Managing the stakeholder relations function.
  • Compiling and presenting reports.
  • Managing staff.

 

Requirements:

  • An organised individual that uses sound judgement to make appropriate and timely decisions,
  • An analytical thinker that works methodically and always pays attention to detail,
  • An individual that always thinks before they act,
  • An individual who uses knowledge of theory to assess and examine situations,
  • An individual who demonstrates resourcefulness in acquiring knowledge, skills and competencies and devises long term action plans for own development,
  • Ability to set measurable and achievable performance expectations for team members and is able to delegate tasks to team members to get the job done,
  • Ability to work under pressure and remain focused,
  • A well-presented individual with excellent communication and inter-personal skills,
  • Ability to plan complex activities/projects, allocate time and resources required as well as monitoring the costs of projects against budget,

 

Suitably qualified and experienced candidates are invited to submit their abridged curriculum vitae via email to vacancies@nfvf.co.za or fax on 086 519 7585 no later than 17 September 2021 quoting a relevant reference number.

 

It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).



Position:                   Chief Financial Officer

 

Reporting to:           5 - Year fixed term contract reporting to Chief Executive Officer

 

Job Ref:                    RECR/CFO 001

 

The Chief Financial Officer will develop and oversee the implementation of the financial processes and systems, ensuring effective financial management of the National Film and Video Foundation in line with PMFA and Treasury Regulations.

 Qualifications:

  • Minimum BCom Hons with articles, preferably CA(SA)
  • Membership to a desirable professional association e.g., SAICA
  • +/-15 years’ experience in Finance & Auditing with minimum 5 years at Senior Management level

 

Key Responsibilities:

Demonstrated skills, knowledge, and experience in the following:

  • Conduct annual strategic planning of finance according to the Medium-Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF)
  • Develop financial strategy and give input into the organisational strategy
    • Oversee and lead in the development and monitoring of the implementation of finance policies and procedures in line with PFMA and Treasury Regulations to ensure compliance
    • Develop and implement a fundraising strategy to raise additional funding together with the Marketing and Production departments
    • Develop, implement, and maintain the financial systems of the organisation
  • Prepare all aspects of the annual operating budget and Annul Financial Statements in accordance with Generally Recognized Accounting Principle (GRAP)
  • Manage internal controls and establish and maintain a risk management system
  • Manage the submission of monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reports
  • Manage annual external audits and dealing with the Auditor General (AG)
  • Manage the Supply Chain Management of the organisation to comply with Treasury Regulations
  • Provide reports to the CEO, Audit Committee and NFVF Council
    • Provide support to internal stakeholders i.e., NFVF Employees; Audit Committee; NFVF Council and Internal Auditors
    • Provide support to key external stakeholders i.e., Department of Arts and Culture (DAC); Auditor General (AG) and the South African Film Industry
    • Manage staff and administer performance management for all direct reports

 

Requirements:

  • Must have sound financial management, strategic leadership, budget, and treasury experience
  • Must have good knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act (PPPFA), National Treasury guidelines as well as other relevant prescripts within the public sector
  • In depth knowledge of risk management practice
  • Practical knowledge of the auditing environment will be an added advantage
  • Knowledge and experience the film industry would be an added advantage
  • Demonstrate high integrity and honesty
  • Ability to strategize and solve problems
  • Strong leadership and organizational skills
  • Exceptional communication and people skills
  • Results-oriented, strategic thinker and planner

 

Suitably qualified and experienced candidates are invited to submit their abridged curriculum vitae via email to vacancies@nfvf.co.za or fax on 086 519 7585 no later than 19 September 2021 quoting a relevant reference number.

It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). 

 


Position:                   2x Desktop Engineers (Temp)

Reporting to:            IT Manager

Job Ref:                     RECR/DE/001

The Temp Desktop Engineers will ensure that computer hardware and software, as well as networks and servers work consistently and correcty. Will also be tasked to configure ICT infrastructure, ICT documentation and provide assistance to end users.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • IT Diploma\IT Degree a requirement
  • A+, N+, MCSA / MSCE
  • A minimum of three years’ desktop support experience
  •  At least two years’ of that should include server support and maintenance experience
  • Windows Server 2016 and System Center Suite knowledge advantageous
  • Excellent understanding of Windows Event logs and how to identify problems
  • Knowledge of backup solutions like Veeam, Windows Backup, DPM and similar applications (configuration, use and troubleshooting)
  • Experience with remote support applications and technique (e.g. VPN, RDP and Any Desk)
  • Working knowledge of Active Directory administration: creating user accounts, resetting passwords, disabling and deleting users
  • Experience with server maintenance and health checks on Windows Server
  • Experience with the configuration and administration of Office 365 & Exchange
  • Experience with logging and following up calls with external suppliers and service providers
  • Excellent knowledge of hardware components and hardware troubleshooting procedures (desktop and server)
  • Working knowledge of server hardware systems such as RAID
  • Excellent knowledge of Microsoft desktop operating systems and desktop software
  • Good working knowledge of all Microsoft Office applications e.g. Word, Outlook and Excel,
  • Good knowledge of TCP\IP networking is required
  • Good knowledge of server software and systems
  • Experience with configuring routers and wireless access points
  • Must have the ability to work after hours (on short notice) when required

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrated skills, knowledge and experience in the following:
  • Install, configure and support all Microsoft desktop and server operating systems.
  • Install, configure and support all Microsoft and other application software (desktop and server)
  • General hardware installation and troubleshooting (desktop and server)
  • General troubleshooting on all IT related equipment (Network Switches, Firewall and Routers).
  • Respond to and resolve support calls
  • Respond to and resolve support calls via remote connection (desktop and server)
  • Assist end-users telephonically
  • Remote administration of servers and workstations
  • Compile desktop and server configuration documentation
  • Execute orders and follow up service and repairs with external suppliers
  • Identify possible risks or problems and escalate to IT Manager.

Requirements:

  • An organised individual that can work unsupervised and effectively manage time and multiple tasks,
  • An analytical thinker that works methodically and always pays attention to detail,
  • An individual that always thinks before they act,
  • An individual who enjoys studying and improving their knowledge,
  • Ability to follow checklists and procedures accurately and adhere to company standards,
  • A self-starter that is able to work alone or in a team,
  • Ability to work under pressure and remain focussed,
  • A well-presented individual with excellent communication and inter-personal skills,
  • A motivated individual with a passion for technology,
  • Ability to identify, assess and solve desktop hardware and software problems innovatively,
  • An individual that enjoys completing detailed technical documentation.

Suitably qualified and experienced candidates are invited to submit their abridged curriculum vitae via email to vacancies@nfvf.co.za or fax on 086 519 7585 no later than 25 August 2021 quoting a relevant reference number.

 It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).

 

Position:                   Finance and Audit Specialist Manager (Temp)

Reporting to:            Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Job Ref:                     RECR/FASM/001

The Temp Finance and Audit Specialist Manager will work under the supervision of CFO and work closely with core divisions. The main task is to analyse and understand the Auditor-General (AG) Qualification matter including audit findings relating to the Annual Financial Statements (AG Audit Report and Management Reports including Internal Audit Reports); develop and implement an action plan to clean-up the qualification from prior years to current including detail review and action plan on all AFS related findings in line with NFVF policies and GRAP accounting standards. In addition, new improved internal controls and processes will be a key deliverable.

 

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, preferrable Honours in Accounting
  • 3 years Auditing Articles with a Recognised/Registered Auditing Firm
  • Accounting and Auditing experience of 10 years combined with at least 5 years in Finance Management Supervisory positions and with experience of undergoing an external audit
  • The Finance & Audit Specialist must have extensive financial management and auditing skills experience including understanding of public sector entities.

Key Responsibilities:

Demonstrated skills, knowledge and experience in the following:

 

  • Fully Analyse and Understand the Auditor General (AG) & Internal Audit Reports and outcomes (both the Qualification and all audit Findings related to Annual Financial Statements)
  • Core understanding and practical experience of managing / practical overseeing AG external audits
  • Extensive experience and knowledge of Financial Statements preparation and its preparation processes (from individual transactions to General Ledger to Trial Balance)
  • Extensive experience and knowledge of Pastel Accounting System bot for Accounting and Fixed Assets Modules
  • Extensive knowledge of CaseWare AFS preparation system
  • Extensive knowledge of GRAP Accounting standards
  • Extensive knowledge of Accounting Policies
  • Knowledge of Internal Controls and Process mapping
  • Finance Manager practical Experience
  • Advanced knowledge of Excel

 Requirements:

  • Analytical thinking with clear planning and organising
  • Compliance Management (Standards, Policies & Internal Controls)
  • Control and Monitoring and Critical thinking
  • Financial Management Awareness
  • Decisive, self-leadership and ability to multi-tasking systematically
  • Must be detail-oriented with solid ability to identify gaps and solutions
  • Excellent analytical, problem-solving, communication (both written and oral) and collaboration skills.
  • Ability to work well with others in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.

Suitably qualified and experienced candidates are invited to submit their abridged curriculum vitae via email to vacancies@nfvf.co.za or fax on 086 519 7585 no later than 25 August 2021 quoting a relevant reference number.

 It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).

 

Position:                   Legal Officer (Temp)

Reporting to:            Compliance and Research Manager

Job Ref:                     RECR/LO/001

The Temp Legal Officer role is to maintain a contract management system, ensuring compliance with the legal and policy environment and to provide legal and policy related support services on a broad range of matters to all departments within the NFVF.

Qualification & Experience:

  • LLB
  • 3 Years post qualification experience (PQE)
  • Admission as an Attorney or Advocate advantageous
  • 3 years’ experience in a legal, policy or compliance environment
  • 1 Year experience in creative/cultural industries advantageous
  • Knowledge of Government Regulatory Framework advantageous e.g. PFMA, BBBEE, Preferential Procurement, POPI, PAIA

 

Key Responsibilities:

Research and monitor legal and regulatory framework of the audio-visual industry

  • Review policies
  • Draft organisational contracts
  • Monitor organisational contract management system

Competencies:

  • Film and Video Industry Knowledge
  • Organisational Legislation, Policy and Procedures
  • Customer/Stakeholder focused
  • Leadership
  • Teamwork

Suitably qualified and experienced candidates are invited to submit their abridged curriculum vitae via email to vacancies@nfvf.co.za or fax on 086 519 7585 no later than 25 August 2021 quoting a relevant reference number.

It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).

 

 




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