This role involves tasks necessitating exposure to sensitive information and contracts requiring considerable discretion, judgment, tact, and diplomacy as well as a practical knowledge of the practices and procedures of the Health Development Business Unit, general company policies, and organization structure. The role is also responsible for supporting the Compliance, Contracts and Grants Department.
- Ensuring that all partner documents are up to date and signed off correctly and that all required information is loaded onto the SharePoint files.
- Assist with regulatory compliance.
- Perform administrative tasks and reviews during compliance assessments, both internally and at Sub-Recipients
- Perform Due Diligence Checks (Initial & Annual Checks)
- Develop and maintain templates and tools.
- Support with Assessments by reviewing and saving files
- Reviewing and drafting of vendor and partner contracts, contracts, sub-agreements memorandums of understanding and modifications/ amendments
- Any other general administrative tasks
- Prepare and submit monthly report
- Coordinate Contracts, Grants and Compliance Team Meetings/Trainings/Workshops, including preparation of Agenda’s and Minutes, attendance register and sending calendar invites and administrating the meeting/training.
- Ability to operate in a high-pressure environment with conflicting priorities and tight timelines
- Confident and comfortable to challenge senior stakeholder thinking
- Ability to speak and present proposals with conviction
- Be solution focused
- Collaborative nature of working across different teams
- Good influencing and interpersonal skills with people at all levels
- Good negotiation skills with the ability to navigate and relate at all levels
- Ability to effectively prioritise and plan work
- Ability to build rapport and credibility with stakeholders
- Committed to high standards and continuous improvement
- Resourceful, creative and innovative approach to work
Qualification & Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree
- Minimum 5 years’ experience.
- Advanced MS Office skills and the ability to learn new systems quickly
- Minimum 5 years’ experience as Legal Secretary dealing with Personal assistance and Drafting of Legal documents
- Paralegal, business or administrative diploma.
- Advance MS Office skills and the ability to learn new systems quickly.
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Johannesburg, Gauteng, SA
Application Deadline: N/A