Applications are invited from suitable candidates for appointment to the above-mentioned position tenable in the Estates and Administration Division.
MAIN PURPOSE OF THE JOB
To conduct regular site inspections to identify maintenance requirements and coordinate the maintenance and repair of facilities across the organisation. Monitor the repairs/maintenance carried out by the service providers and to also recommend the quality of materials suitable for the job. Facilitate the maintenance of immovable assets, inventory control and control of moveable assets.
Carry out planned maintenance on facilities to reduce potential risks to the business and reduce the unit costs of collecting revenue
Prepare annual schedule for planned maintenance and budget for submission to Manager Estates
Conduct site visits and carry out inspections to determine maintenance requirements
Draw up technical specifications (i.e. bill of quantities) to inform the contractors on the correct scope of works
Evaluate the performance of contractors / service providers on a quarterly basis to monitor customer satisfaction with the work carried out and prepare a report for submission to the Manager Estates
Carry out emergency maintenance to mitigate risks to the business, staff members and public (e.g. burst water pipes, fire interruptions, electrical faults, blocked sewer line, security issues etc.)
Liaise with contractors to resolve emergency maintenance issues and monitor the emergency maintenance occurs within the allocated time frame
Produce monthly reports on emergency maintenance that has taken place for Estates Manager review.
Approve asset movement forms on receipt from staff members
Update the asset register to confirm the movement of assets, new items and disposed assets
QUALIFICATION AND REQUIREMENTS
Diploma in Building Studies/Construction Management or Civil Engineering (3 year)
The Swaziland Revenue Authority (SRA) is a semi-autonomous revenue administration agency, established through the Revenue Authority Act No. 1 of 2008. The Authority was declared operational by the Honourable Minister of Finance Majozi. V. Sithole on the 1st January 2011 and operates within the broad framework of Government but outside of the civil service.
The SRA is structured as a corporate entity and strives for operational excellence and efficiency. It is headed by a Commissioner General, Mr Dumsani E. Masilela and is organised on functional lines – this link provides more details. The SRA has a Governing Board headed by the Chairman, Mr Ambrose Dlamini – you may view details of the Board and its corporate governance on this site.
In furtherance of our mandate, as well as in working towards adopting best practice, the SRA is a member of various international organisations, such as the World Customs Organization (WCO); the Commonwealth Association of Tax Administrators (CATA) and the African Tax Administration Forum (ATAF). Alliances with established revenue agencies such as the South African Revenue Service (SARS), the Lesotho Revenue Authority (LRA) and the Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) have also been pursued to this end.
To provide an effective and efficient revenue and Customs administration, driven by a high performance culture that promotes compliance through fair, transparent and equitable application of the law.
is to be a modern, credible and customer centric Revenue Authority.
Strive for professionalism and continuous improvement.
Customer Centricity Focus efforts on delivering high-level customer service and recognizing the impact of actions on internal and external customers.
Innovative Continuously implement new ideas that re-engineer service offering and the way in which SRA operates.
Integrity Promote honesty, trust and openness in conducting business.
Transparency and Accountability Open in operations and communication whilst being responsible for actions and decisions.