The Department of Tourism is Hiring A Supply Chain Clerk Earning R216 417 Per Annum

The Department of Tourism is Hiring A Supply Chain Clerk Earning R216 417 Per Annum

  • Location: Pretoria, South Africa
  • Number of Vacancies: 1
  • Closing Date: 14 June 2024

About The Department of Tourism

South Africa is blessed with an abundance of natural beauty and some of the most iconic landscapes in the world, an eclectic mix of cultures and tourism offerings and its greatest asset, the warmth of the people.

The mandate of the Department of Tourism (NDT), as outlined in the Tourism Act of 2014, is to promote the growth and development of the tourism sector; promote quality tourism products and services; provide for the effective marketing of South Africa as a domestic and international tourist destination; enhance cooperation and coordination between all spheres of government in developing and managing tourism; and promote responsible tourism for the benefit of South Africa, and for the enjoyment of all its residents and foreign visitors. In recognition of tourism as a national priority with the potential to contribute significantly to economic development, the 1996 White Paper on the Development and Promotion of Tourism in South Africa provides for the promotion of domestic and international tourism. The National Tourism Sector Strategy provides a blueprint for the sector to meet the growth targets contained in the National Development Plan.

Attracting more tourists, growing the tourism economy and creating more jobs in the sector is vital to South Africa’s economic recovery efforts. The most recent data from Statistics South Africa and South African Tourism (SAT) show the sector is firmly on the road to recovery. In 2022, nearly 5,7 million tourists visited South Africa, and in the first quarter of 2023 the country received over two million visitors, more than double the amount in the same period last year. There was a 12, 3% increase in MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions) trips taken during January and March 2023.

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Key Responsibilities

The successful candidate will be responsible for providing administrative and procurement support to the department and service providers. Receive requests to issue store items, approve and record issue vouchers. Check the document correctness (ICN, Description, Quantity) and capture vouchers on (IS) on LOGIS Integration and sign documents. Record, Fax and e-mail orders
to internal clients. Receive orders from supervisors and record in internal written record book and excel report. Complete fax form before faxing/emailing orders to suppliers. Attach proof of fax form to the order documents. Record orders for Transit/Warehouse Store and File orders that are not for Transit delivery in the 0-9 File. Monitor and follow-up on outstanding orders in the 0-9
file and compile monthly reports. Check documents that are older than 30 days.

Draft reminder letters on outstanding delivery. Contact suppliers to deliver, cancel and provide copy of invoice with proof of delivery. Approval of request on LOGIS. Check the correctness and completion of internal requisition form (i.e correct items captured, quotations and relevant signatures).Check if the correct ICN, Description and allocation are correct in the system. Check if the Central Database System has been consulted/utilised and specific goals points have been calculated. Request approval on LOGIS online and authorise on LOGIS mainframe. Approve request on LOGIS and Authorise request on RQAT.


A Grade 12 certificate and an appropriate recognised NQF 6 in Supply Chain Management or related field. LOGIS and BAS certificates. 1-2 years’ working experience in Supply chain Management. Knowledge of BAS and LOGIS Systems. Knowledge of finance and supply chain management policies and procedures (PFMA, Treasury Regulations, and PPPFA) Ability to manage
projects independently. Knowledge and skills in Financial Management and budgeting. Ability to formulate, interpret and apply Policies. Ability to liaise with and coordinate stakeholder’s engagements. Knowledge of government processes and legislations. Good communicate skills both verbal and written. Good negotiation and advocacy skills. Ability to control budget of the
component. Good telephone etiquette. Computer Literacy and with knowledge of standard packages. Sound organising and interpersonal skills. Strategic thinker with good problem-solving skills. Good interpersonal and presentation skills. Team worker who is able to also work independently without supervision. Ability to work under pressure and act with tact and discretion.


Applications, quoting the relevant reference number must be forwarded to the attention of Chief Director: HR Management and Development at Department of Tourism, Private Bag X424, Pretoria, 0001 or hand deliver at Tourism House, 17 Trevenna Road, Sunnyside, Pretoria

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