|Company||Eskom Pension and Provident Fund|
|Location||Bryanston, Gauteng, South Africa|
To prepare and maintain the computerised cashbooks with all payments and receipts in accordance with policies and procedures.
Prepare and maintain cash books
Download bank statements on a daily basis for all the Fund’s Bank Accounts (Main/Payroll/Refund).
Reconcile cash books, accurately, and follow up differences on bank statements on a daily basis so that all transactions are accounted for.
Ensure that payment requisitions comply with EPPF standards and procedures.
Issue receipts for cash and cheques received, and deposit into bank account, meeting deadlines.
Obtain and follow up on documentation to process SARS AA88 payments before the 7th of every month.
Compile monthly reports (Cash books), ensuring accurate information is submitted by due date.
Process administration and investment payments in accordance with standard procedure.
Print final audit reports / Proof of payments for all the Daily payments (Lumpsums and Adhoc).
Maintain cash book related documentation
Maintain and prepare documents for filing and storage.
Prepare and submit filing for microfilming.
Prepare and submit documents for Metrofile for storage
Co-ordinate the departmental’ s retrieval of historical documents from Metrofile and Scanco
Maintain cash book filing system so as to ensure clear audit trails e.g. all documentation, payment requisitions, cheques, bank statements, etc.
Scan all member related proof of payment packs onto member records via AsponLine on a daily basis.
Scan all Admin related proof of payment onto supplier records in Omni2 Financial platform on a daily basis.
Contribute to the team
Attend to all telephonic and internal walk-in queries
Assist with the capturing of invoices on accounts payable i.e. assist Financial Accountant.
Assist with the ordering of stationery for the Finance team in accordance with standard procedure.
Diploma in Accounting or equivalent
At least 1 year in an Accounts environment preparing the Cash Book
|Job Closing Date||08/12/2021|