A great opportunity from SARS who are recruiting graduates to work in various provinces. Successful candidates will be trained in practical workplace taxation and auditing.
Contract junior level position at South African Revenue Service in the Government & Local Government (Government) industry
To be trained in practical workplace taxation and auditing; and to gain exposure to perform entry level tax audits. This will be a 24 month development Programme.
Computer literate – MS Office
Sound academy record
Above average communication skills (written and verbal)
Self-starter with detail orientation
Passion for taxation, accounting and auditing
South African citizen
B Comm Hons (Taxation or Accounting)
Accounting at a minimum 3rdyear level
B Comm Hons completed before December 2014
B Com Hons competed at a SAICA accredited South African University
Recently qualified university graduates with less than 18 months formal work experience
The ideal candidate will have the following competencies:
be discreet when dealing with client information
ensure that the requirements of SARS are met
understand age analysis of accounts
understand general ledger structures
age analysis of accounts
banking and banking reconciliations
data collection and analysis
general ledger entries
Community programs and projects
The Employment Equity policy of SARS will be considered as part of the recruitment and selection process. For statistical purposes, please indicate your Equity status (race, gender and disability) on your CV.
Successful candidates will be required to undertake an oath of secrecy, pre-employment screening and or vetting, and a declaration of private interest. The appointment is also subject to appropriate reference(s) and security clearance if applicable.
Putting our people first is an integral part of SARS business strategy. In support of this and our ongoing evolution towards becoming the best employee-centric employer in South Africa, our Human Resources strategy aims to create a high performing environment for our people by role modelling and embedding the right behaviours and values.
Apply online before 26/06/2014.
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