The National Agricultural Marketing Council is calling on suitable candidates to submit their application for its Risk and Compliance Graduate Programme for 2021. Take a quick look at the position’s minimum qualification requirements and the other key job details to see if it’s a good fit.
Established in 1996 as directed by the Marketing of Agricultural Proclamation Act No. 47 of the same year, the National Agricultural Marketing Council helps in the creation of agricultural marketing policies in line with the MAP Act’s objectives. These strategic objectives include improving market access for all industry players and promoting effective marketing schemes for agricultural products.
In addition, the NAMC works on optimizing earnings from agricultural product exports, as well as enhancing the feasibility of the agricultural industry. It is important to note however, that the NAMC is primarily concerned with policy-making and not with the actual selling and marketing of agricultural commodities.
NAMC Risk and Compliance Graduate Programme
As part of the NAMC’s Risk and Compliance Graduate Programme, the incumbent’s daily duties and responsibilities will include:
- Conduct incident monitoring to improve controls on documented risks
- Ensure adherence to the organization’s Fraud Management Plan
- Perform operational compliance, with fraud risk measures by determining key risks, and measuring mitigating controls to identify risk profile for the NAMC
- Encourage and practice good Corporate governance
- Develop and communicate, and facilitate the use of correct methodologies, techniques and tools to ensure NAMC’s adherence to relevant laws
Who should apply?
Applicants are to satisfy these minimum eligibility requirements before they can submit an application:
- Holds an NQF National Diploma or a 3-year (NQF Level 7) Bachelor’s degree in Risk, Auditing, or Compliance and Governance
- Possesses solid problem-solving, and analytical skills
- Good computer, project management, and coordination skills
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Must be proactive and committed to providing good results
- Effective communication and motivational skills, both oral and written
- Able to effectively present policy issues and research findings
- Able to work well within a team or individual
- Able to effectively manage workload
- Committed to meeting deadlines
- Sharp eye for details
How do I apply?
Eligible candidates will need to submit their application via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for submission of applications is on 05 March 2021.
For enquiries, contact the NAMC at 012 341 1115.
Click the link to view a PDF copy of the NAMC Risk and Compliance Graduate Programme 2021 advert.