The Council also oversees the activities of its committees; promotes a culture of health and safety in the mining industry; arranges a summit every two years to review the state of occupational health and safety at mines; and liaises with the Mining Qualifications Authority and any other statutory bodies about mining health and safety.
The Mine Health and Safety Council (MHSC) seeks to appoint an finance intern for a period of 18 months.
The purpose of the job is to provide support in keeping accurate financial records, to the point of trial balance and general ledger, for the MHSC that meet the requirements of the PFMA.
The MHSC is a national public entity. Its mission is to promote the culture of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) in the mining industry by striving for zero with regard to all health and safety issues and legislation.
MHSC oversees research in OHS based on the sector performance as well as current and future needs.
- Degree in Finance
- Financial Skills
- Good organising skills
- Attention to detail
- Communication Skills
- Working under pressure
- All entries in the General Ledger up to trial balance are correct.
- The ledgers are fully reconciled.
- Full creditors function is run up to reconciliation stage.
- Prepared purchase orders (i.e. instruction to invoice).
- Debtors are invoiced and the debt collections are supervised.
- Cashbooks are correct for main account, salary account and credit cards.
- Bank reconciliation are done correctly on a monthly basis.
- All filing (up to date daily).
Location: Woodmead, Johannesburg.
Please submit your application consisting of a covering letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The MHSC reserves the right to not make an appointment.
Via – Mine Health and Safety Council