Career Opportunities: Compliance Debt Collector (7425) – Join SARS in protecting South Africa’s economy by managing outstanding debt & returns. Knowledge of SARS systems, strong communication skills, and integrity required. Apply by 04 Oct 2023
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Position Reports to: Operations Manager: Debt ManagementDivision: Taxpayer EngagementLocation: Location: East London x5; Bloemfontein x4; Welkom x1; Kimberly x1; Durban x3; Gauteng North x24; Gauteng South x6; Cape Town x11; Witbank x4; Nelspruit x6; Polokwane x5; Thohoyandou x2; Lebowakgomo x2; Rustenburg x1Advert Closing Date: 04 October 2023About the PositionSARS is looking for dynamic, energetic results oriented, self-directed person, to join the collection of outstanding debt & returns and management of the debt book allocated to them to protect the economy of South Africa. The candidates must have knowledge of the SARS systems, good communication skills, both verbal and written, goal and target driven. Integrity is key to the organisation.Job PurposeTo process allocated outstanding debt and outstanding returns cases in line with standard operating procedures to achieve continuous enhanced service delivery.Education and ExperienceMinimum Qualification & Experience RequiredRelevant Higher Certificate (NQF 5) and 2 years Debt Collection experience OR Senior Certificate (NQF 4) and 3 years Debt Collection experience.
Communication of transactional outputs and queries in area of work according to policies and quality requirementsContribute to the development & improvement of area specific standards, procedures, and processes to ensure continued quality and service improvement.Contribute to the successful implementation of change initiatives by providing support in area of work.Deliver on contracted performance objectives and escalate unresolved delivery and quality issues to management and process owners.Draw on own knowledge and experience to identify and develop solutions that leads to improved service delivery and quality.Effectively plan and schedule own activities to continuously improve quality and service delivery in area of work.Report on transactional and process activities within set guidelines to provide timely information for decision making.Determine origin of debt, verify due dates, hygiene checklist of taxpayer compliance, tax type cross reference and execute the debt recovery interventions in line with standard operating procedures and within defined turnaround times.Maintain the taxpayer account file by administering referrals to account maintenance, portfolio maintenance, tracing, legal, etc.Engage the taxpayer on all outstanding debt as well as outstanding returns.Issue (or Re-Issue) Final Demand letters where taxpayer is unwilling to co- operate.Issue S46 for third-party information and issue third party notifications to employers and banks.Prepare a Civil Judgement and send for line manager’s approval, submit to Court for issuance, and notify taxpayer of the issued Judgment.Prepare withdrawal of Civil Judgment upon settlement of debt in full or where there may be an error on the Civil Judgment and submit to Court for issuance of the order.Prepare a Warrant of Execution, send for line manager approval, and submit to the Sherriff of the Court to execute.Prepare a motivation for issuance of Notice of Personal Liability to responsible Third Party/ Representative Taxpayer and facilitate collection action against Responsible Third Party / Representative Taxpayer.Prepare a Submission for Suspension of Obligation to Pay/Write-Off to relevant Debt Committee and capture the outcome.Analyse supporting documentation and present the requests for a deferral of payment/compromise settlement from the taxpayer to the relevant Debt Committee and notify the taxpayer of the outcome.Monitor the taxpayer’s payments against the deferral/ compromise agreement and ensure updates to the journals and closure of case file upon payment in full.Visit taxpayer premises for meetings, delivery of documents and verify taxpayer information accompanied by a colleague and/or line manager.Escalate all unresolved and non-compliant debtors after all debt recovery actions are concluded.
Comply to set governance and compliance procedures and processes related to an area of work and continuously identify and escalate risks.Ensure that completed work adhere to relevant policies, procedures, governance and legislative requirements and report on deviations & discrepancies.
Search for, integrate and share new knowledge attained through formal and informal learning opportunities in the execution of your job.Drive own performance and development to achieve and improve on work outputs in line with required response time, quality, and service delivery standards.
Adhere to specified policies, standards, legislation, and procedures to prevent wastage on resources, unauthorised expenditure and wasteful expenditure and report violations.
Contribute to a culture of service excellence, which builds positive relationships and provides opportunity for feedback and exceptional service.Ensure client satisfaction by engaging and delivering a service that is consistent, seamless, quick and error free.
AccountabilityAttention to DetailAnalytical ThinkingBuilding SustainabilityCommitment to Continuous LearningConceptual AbilityCustomer ServiceFairness and TransparencyHonesty and IntegrityOrganisational AwarenessRespectTrust
Business KnowledgeCustomer LiaisonDebt ManagementExecute, Implement, and Follow-ThroughFunctional Policies and ProceduresNegotiation SkillsStandard operating procedure complianceTax KnowledgeVerbal Communication
Security Clearance: GOC Confidential
Employment EquityThe Employment Equity policy of SARS will be considered as part of the recruitment and selection process and Persons with Disabilities are encouraged to apply. Successful candidates will be required to undertake an oath of secrecy, pre-employment screening, case study, pre-assessment, psychometric assessment and or vetting, and a declaration of private interest. The appointment is also subject to appropriate reference(s) and security clearance where applicable.How to apply for Exciting Career Opportunity: Join SARS as a Compliance Debt Collector x75 Opportunities
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Learnership Location: Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town
Learnership Closing Date: 7 March 2024
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