LEGAL ANALYST: INSTITUTIONAL COMPLIANCE Ref: 009/2 65523
Unique Personnel (PTY) Ltd
Johannesburg, Gauteng, ZA
16h ago
source : Careers24

The key outputs of the Legal Analyst : Institutional Compliance are but not limited to : Draft FFC's compliance reports and documents, (e.

g. Monthly and Quarterly institutional reports, Annual Performance Report, Annual Report, Strategic Plan, Annual Performance and Operational plans etc).

Ensure the FFC's Institutional governance, risk and compliance maturation.Guide the FFC on how to best achieve operational legislative compliance with rules and regulations.

Perform corporate secretary duties.Undertake operational duties as the Executive Manager in the Office of the CEO.Perform all tasks related to managing the staff within the Office of the CEO and representing the Office at the Executive Management and various Commission meetings.

Inform, advise and support the CEO in terms of Governance and Compliance.Organise Governance, Risk and Compliance training, inclusive of fraud prevention, whistle blowing etc.

Provide strategic support to the CEO.Project Manage (and / or Project Lead) and exercise oversight over prioritised FFC initiatives.

Ensure that the FFC complies with the FFC Act; the of PFMA, Division of Revenue Act, MFMA, Intergovernmental Relations Acts, Money Bills Amendment and Related Matters Act, and other legislation and regulations pertaining to the FFC.

And provide legal interpretation where required.Vetting of any FFC's Recommendations to the Legislatures, including on Appropriation Acts, Division of Revenue Acts, and all applicable financial related legislation, bills and regulations upon which we are advising.

Understanding of founding legislation, bills and regulations framing the FFC compliance universe.Compile all legal contracts on behalf of the FFC to ensure compliance with all statutory and legal requirements of the FFC.

Review and negotiate contracts in line with institutional authorisation and on behalf of the FFC; and advise on the FFCs rights and obligations.

Manage associated legal risks.Handle and provide advice on all legal matters; with assistance of the State Attorney (outsourced) if required.

Develop the FFC's policy / position on external legal matters; and Policy drafting, review and maintenance. Possession of CGISA, CSSA or Company Secretarial qualification OR relevant 4-year tertiary qualification with preference for Internal Auditing & Legal.

Legislative Knowledge and interpretation.Knowledge of applicable financial legislation, PFMA, MFMA, Division of Revenue bills and regulations.

Minimum 10 years work experience, 3 years of management experience which must be in the governance, risk and compliance role.

The management and implementation of Compliance Frameworks. Experience with the implementation and delivery of Compliance within the public sector institutional environmentExperience in management, review and identification of compliance riskExperience in Compliance Monitoring as well as in tracking and monitoring of progress regarding findings and recommendations, including management of outsourced Internal Audit and review of Divisional Portfolios of Evidence.

Excellent planning and organising; and management of projects skills.Strong communication and report writing skills.Experience in Research, ICT, data privacy compliance would be anPossession of CGISA, CSSA or Company Secretarial qualification OR relevant 4-year tertiary qualification with preference for Internal Auditing & Legal.

Legislative Knowledge and interpretation

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