NCR: Data Capturer

NCR: Data Capturer
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NCR: Data Capturer

National Credit Regulator

2 Months Contract
Paterson Grade: B- Lower
Salary ranges from: R64 700 – R116 500 maximum

Requirements:

  • The suitable candidate must have a 1 year post matric qualification in Office Administration
    or end user computing.
  • One-year relevant experience will be an added advantage.

Duties:

  • Sending out notices for submission of statutory reports, reminders and instructional letters to
    registrant.
  • Administer the Returns and Submissions inbox and keep adequate records of all Forms and
    reports received.
  • Ensure that (100%) of received CAT 1-9 statutory forms are captured accurately.
  • All forms received must be reviewed for correctness prior to capturing and scanning.
  • Consistent follow-up communication to credit providers on outstanding statutory
    submissions.
  • Perform or participate relevant ad hoc duties as requested by senior personnel.
  • Updating registrant’s contact details as and when they change.
  • Performing general office administration such as answering calls and filling of documents.

Knowledge:

  • General Mandate of the National Credit Regulator

Skills:

  • Computer literate
  • Detail oriented
  • Client Service
  • Good communication skills – verbal and written

Closing date: 9 July 2024

The National Credit Regulator is an equal opportunity organisation which offers competitive market
related packages. Suitable persons should send a detailed CV quoting the relevant reference number
to: EST-Recruitment@ncr.org.za


Correspondence will only be entered into with short listed candidates. The National Credit Regulator reserves the right not to make an appointment. By responding to this advert, you acknowledge that you will be subjected to a security vetting process.

Ref: DC/7/24

There are 14 registered credit bureaus in South Africa.
You have the right to one free credit report from each registered credit bureau once a year.
You can challenge any incorrect information on your report by lodging a dispute with the credit bureau.
If you are not satisfied with the outcome, you can escalate your dispute to the Credit Ombud or lodge
a complaint with the NCR.
Knowing your credit status empowers you.

YOUR CREDIT INFORMATION CAN BE USED FOR:

Verifying enquiries made on your profile as well as the correctness of information displayed on your profile.
Assessing ability to afford credit.
Investigating fraud, corruption and theft.
Assessing the suitability of candidates for employment in positions requiring trust and honesty
and/or entailing the handling of cash or finances.
Tracing consumers by credit providers.
Distributing unclaimed funds including pension funds and insurance claims.

Bring a copy of your ID to view your FREE CREDIT REPORT at Greenstone Mall from 20 – 26 October 2015
daily or listen to Alex FM for details. The National Credit Regulator, Credit Bureau Association and
credit bureaus will be on site to give you all the information you require.

The aim of this chapter is to give the consumer a general overview of The ACT, by answering the following questions about The Act:-
 Why was the Act introduced?
 What is the purpose of the Act?
 Which credit providers does the Act regulate?
 Which credit agreements does the Act regulate?

The National Credit Act was introduced to:
 Promote the economic and social welfare of all South Africans
 Promote a fair and transparent credit market
 Protect consumers and their rights in the credit market
 Regulate all credit providers, Debt Counsellors and credit
bureaux
 Limit the cost of credit
 Level the playing fields between credit providers by
standardizing the way in which credit is granted by credit
providers, so that consumers can compare what is being offered.

The purpose of the National Credit Act is to:
 Simplify and standardize the manner in which information is
disclosed in credit agreements. The Act specifies the manner in
which credit providers have to provide information on credit
agreements. The Act also requires that credit providers provide
this information in simple language that the consumer can
understand. The reason for this is that consumers should be able
to read and understand the information so that they can compare
the information on credit agreements from different credit
providers in order to make informed choices.
 Regulate credit burueax and the information they keep on
record about consumers. Act stipulates the type of information
that credit burueax can keep on consumers, how the information
is obtained, used, and for how long that information may be kept
on their records. More importantly, The Act aims to ensure that
credit bureaux keep accurate records on consumers

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