National Treasury Circular 20 of 2021


The National Treasury is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from women and the persons with disabilities in particular. It is intended to promote representivity through filling of these posts.

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APPLICATIONS                       : To apply visit:

CLOSING DATE                      :           21 June 2021 at 12:00 pm

NOTE                                         : The National Treasury effective from 7 April now utilises an e-Recruitment system

which means all applicants must login/register to apply for positions, we no longer accept applications via email or hand delivered/post. Certain documentations will still be required to be uploaded on the system which must have a certification date (ID, Qualification etc.) of not older than 6 months. Please note: All shortlisted candidates for SMS posts will be subjected to a technical exercise that intends to test relevant technical elements of the job, the logistics of which will be communicated by the Department. Successful completion of the Nyukela Public Service Senior Management Leadership Programme as endorsed by the National School of Government available as an online course on, prior to finalisation of appointment. All Qualifications and SA citizenship checks will be conducted on all short-listed candidates and, where applicable, additional checks will be conducted. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). The status of your application will be visible on the system. However, if you have not received feedback from the National Treasury within 3 months of the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful. Note: The National Treasury reserves the right not fill the below-mentioned post/ to put on hold a position and/or to re- advertise a post.




POST 20/40                              :           SENIOR ANALYST: DEBT ISSUANCE AND MANAGEMENTREF NO:


Division: Assets and Liability Management (ALM) Re-Advertisement

Purpose: Finance the government’s borrowing requirements through the issuance of government securities in the domestic and international capital markets; and to manage the government’s existing stock of debt to broaden the total investor base.


SALARY                                    : R869 007per annum, (all-inclusive remuneration package)

CENTRE                                   :           Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS                    : Qualifications and experience requirements: A minimum Degree in Economics/

Finance/Statistics/ Investment Management or Mathematical Sciences with exposure to the money, banking and capital markets, A minimum 4 years’ experience in financial markets, with fixed income trading or research experience an added advantage, Knowledge and experience in quantitative research methodologies, Knowledge and experience in market analysis related to information for utilisation in the broader business, Knowledge and experience in dealing with various foreign interest rate markets and currencies, Experience in qualitative and quantitative analysis of domestic and foreign capital markets.

DUTIES                                     :          Some  key  Outputs  include:  Finance  borrowing  requirement  in  domestic  and

international capital markets: Provide accurate inputs required to formulate funding strategy, budget review and medium term budget, Undertake quantitative and qualitative analysis on debt management issues and advise/inform the issuances of government securities in the domestic and international capital markets, Keep up to date with the funding requirements and liaise with relevant stakeholders, Perform market, quantitative and yields analysis for bond auction announcements and recommend bonds to be issued Oversee the weekly bond auctions, liaise with SARB, follow up and report on problems arising from the auctions and compile comprehensive auction reports Stakeholder engagement: Develop and implement tools that will maintain and broaden the investor base, Develop and implement


investor website to improve stakeholder engagement, Engage domestic and foreign investor stakeholders, through roadshows and other mediums, Develop relationship with stakeholders such as banks, domestic and foreign investors and engage lawyers on certain conditional requirements Disclose listing requirements in domestic and offshore bond issuance: Initiate the annual filing process of the 18K form with foreign stakeholders like the U.S. Security Exchange Commission and Japan, Adhere to disclosure and listing requirements associated with domestic and offshore bond issuance, Engage stakeholders on general information in the sourcing and exchange of processing, Verify information for correctness and ensure their accuracy Management of domestic and foreign currency debt: Monitor the debt portfolio and implement strategies in order to reduce the re-financing risk and cost, Initiate frequent market and portfolio analysis of qualitative and quantitative domestic and foreign currency debt information, Monitor domestic and international economic events and their impact on the South African economy and the debt portfolio, Analyse and advise on prudent debt management policies and recommend corrective debt strategies for implementation Perform research on markets volatility and conduct general market research: Initiate research on capital markets pertaining to market volatility in the prudent management of debt, Perform research on local and international markets to stay abreast of developments which may have an impact debt management issues, Analyse and provide inputs to briefing notes and speeches.

ENQUIRIES                              : [email protected]

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