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  • Posted: Mar 29, 2022
    Deadline: Not specified
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  • KPMG is the authoritative voice in Africa - unmatched in our ability to provide excellent service to our global, regional and local clients. KPMG in Africa's footprint ensures our forward-thinking, skilled professionals understand the complexities of doing business on this continent. Our deep expertise on Africa’s contrasts and opportunities and long-s...
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    Internal Audit Manager (Job Number: 2200001P)

    Description of the role and purpose of the job:

    KPMG Legal Services is a passionate team of attorneys who have extensive experience and expertise in the provision of a variety of legal services to external clients. These services include M&A legal services, legal due diligences, contract drafting services, general corporate and commercial legal services, the legal analysis, design and implementation of group restructures and the preparation of legal opinions. KPMG Legal Services also renders a variety of legal regulatory and legal compliance services in areas such as financial services regulatory, competition law and privacy. The privacy team advises and supports clients in respect of the application of the Protection of Personal Information Act and other privacy laws such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation.

    These legal services are provided to external clients, often in multi-disciplinary teams together with the firm’s Tax and Advisory teams as well as teams from KPMG Global Legal Services.

    Key responsibilities:

    The successful candidate will be required to run and manage legal assignments in the legal areas referred to above.

    In addition to the provision of sound legal services, these responsibilities will also include related marketing and administrative support including:

    • marketing and the preparation and submission of proposals;
    • the initiation and completion of the required KPMG risk procedures in respect of projects; and
    • invoicing and collection of fees for services rendered.
    • Skills and attributes required for the role:
    • Strong experience in the rendering of South African corporate and commercial law services as well as regulatory services;
    • Ability to provide innovative legal solutions to clients’ business and strategic needs;
    • Good skills to manage a team for successful delivery at the client;
    • Sound legal technical ability and knowledge of relevant South African legislation;
    • Strong ability to research legal questions and prepare sound legal opinions;
    • Good presentation skills;
    • Good command of the English language and effective drafting skills;
    • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines;
    • Client focused mindset and solution-orientated approach;
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
    • Ability to operate proactively;
    • Team player;
    • Drive and enthusiasm;
    • Commitment to excellence; and
    • Good IT proficiency in electronic research tools and MS Teams.

    Minimum requirements to apply for the role (including qualifications and experience):

    • LLB at a South African University;
    • Admitted Attorney in South Africa;
    • approximately 3 to 5 years dedicated post articles experience in the legal areas referred to above.

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    Legal Manager(Job Number: 2200001R)

    Description of the role and purpose of the job:

    KPMG Legal Services is a passionate team of attorneys who have extensive experience and expertise in the provision of a variety of legal services to external clients. These services include M&A legal services, legal due diligences, contract drafting services, general corporate and commercial legal services, the legal analysis, design and implementation of group restructures and the preparation of legal opinions. KPMG Legal Services also renders a variety of legal regulatory and legal compliance services in areas such as financial services regulatory, competition law and privacy. The privacy team advises and supports clients in respect of the application of the Protection of Personal Information Act and other privacy laws such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation.

    These legal services are provided to external clients, often in multi-disciplinary teams together with the firm’s Tax and Advisory teams as well as teams from KPMG Global Legal Services.

    Key responsibilities:

    The successful candidate will be required to run and manage legal assignments in the legal areas referred to above.

    In addition to the provision of sound legal services, these responsibilities will also include related marketing and administrative support including:

    • marketing and the preparation and submission of proposals;
    • the initiation and completion of the required KPMG risk procedures in respect of projects; and
    • invoicing and collection of fees for services rendered.

    Skills and attributes required for the role:

    • Strong experience in the rendering of South African corporate and commercial law services as well as regulatory services;
    • Ability to provide innovative legal solutions to clients’ business and strategic needs;
    • Good skills to manage a team for successful delivery at the client;
    • Sound legal technical ability and knowledge of relevant South African legislation;
    • Strong ability to research legal questions and prepare sound legal opinions;
    • Good presentation skills;
    • Good command of the English language and effective drafting skills;
    • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines;
    • Client focused mindset and solution-orientated approach;
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
    • Ability to operate proactively;
    • Team player;
    • Drive and enthusiasm;
    • Commitment to excellence; and
    • Good IT proficiency in electronic research tools and MS Teams.

    Minimum requirements to apply for the role (including qualifications and experience):

    • LLB at a South African University;
    • Admitted Attorney in South Africa;
    • approximately 5 to 7 years dedicated post articles experience in the legal areas referred to above.

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    Expatriate Tax Consultant(Job Number: 2200001W)

    Purpose of the Job:

    To be proficient in all aspects of tax consulting and compliance with a particular focus on cross border movements of natural persons

    Key job duties or responsibilities:

    • Consulting with and advising clients on a wide range of tax issues
    • Preparation of tax calculations and returns on behalf of clients
    • Preparation and submission of objections to incorrect assessments
    • Proficient in dealing with day-to-day SARS operational issues
    • Produce accurate work to a high technical standard
    • Interpret and apply theoretical knowledge
    • Prioritise workload and meet required deadlines
    • Contribute effectively to the discussions around work and actively participate in generating creative ideas and thoughts
    • Adapt to a changing work environment and accommodate changing client demands
    • Facilitate teamwork by sharing knowledge with others on a regular basis and actively asking questions in order to achieve personal and work goals

    Qualifications and experience

    • BCom Accounting (preferably with Honours in Tax), BCom Law or LLB
    • HDip (Tax) or LLM (Tax) preferable
    • At least two years’ experience in Employees Tax and Expatriate Individual Tax

    Critical skills required

    • Strong calculation skills
    • Proficient use of Excel and Word
    • Drive and enthusiasm
    • Sound technical ability and knowledge
    • Good interpersonal skills
    • Good presentation skills
    • Able to communicate at all levels
    • Effective time management
    • Able to deliver to tight time scales
    • Able to adapt to different working environments

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    Tax Consultant (FS)(Job Number: 2200001X)

    Purpose of the Job:

    To provide a wide range of tax advisory services to a large portfolio of clients in the Financial Services (FS) industry, which typically includes clients in the long-term and asset management industries, amongst others.

    Key job duties or responsibilities:

    • Produce accurate work to a high technical standard
    • Draft technically correct opinions and reports for review
    • Broadly understand the fundamentals of the FS industry, specifically long-term insurance and asset management
    • Interpret and apply theoretical knowledge to a practical business solution by utilising a sound knowledge of basic income tax and corporate law
    • Prioritise the workload and meet required deadlines
    • Gather information from different sources by using effective research tools.
    • Assist with the research and preparation of proposals
    • Identify problems on client guidance and use various tools and techniques to provide suggestions on how to solve them
    • Build credibility with colleagues and clients by using effective communication skills
    • Contribute effectively to the discussions around work and actively participate in generating creative ideas and thoughts
    • Adapt to a changing work environment and accommodate changing client demands
    • Facilitate teamwork by sharing knowledge with others on a regular basis and actively asking questions in order to achieve personal and work goals

    Critical Interpersonal and other skills

    • Needs to have drive and enthusiasm
    • Able to demonstrate a sound technical ability and knowledge of relevant legislation
    • Good interpersonal skills
    • Good presentation skills
    • Able to communicate at all levels
    • Effective time management skills
    • Able to deliver to tight time scales
    • Able to adapt to different working environment

    Qualifications and experience

    • CA (SA)
    • Completed training contract (preferably having worked on FS audit clients)
    • Experience in the FS industry
    • Strong academic background
    • Committed to pursue further qualifications in Tax

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    Corp Tax Senior Consultant(Job Number: 22000023)

    Description
    Purpose of the Job:

    To be proactive in all aspects of corporate tax consulting

    Key job duties or responsibilities:

    • Produce accurate work to a high technical standard
    • Draft technically correct opinions and reports for review
    • Interpret and apply theoretical knowledge to a practical business solution by utilising a sound knowledge of basic income tax and corporate law
    • Prioritise the workload and meet required deadlines
    • Gather information from different sources by using effective research tools.
    • Assist with the research and preparation of proposals
    • Identify problems on client guidance and use various tools and techniques to provide suggestions on how to solve them
    • Build credibility with colleagues and clients by using effective communication skills
    • Contribute effectively to the discussions around work and actively participate in generating creative ideas and thoughts
    • Adapt to a changing work environment and accommodate changing client demands
    • Facilitate teamwork by sharing knowledge with others on a regular basis and actively asking questions in order to achieve personal and work goals

    Critical Interpersonal and other skills

    • Needs to have drive and enthusiasm
    • Able to demonstrate a sound technical ability and knowledge of relevant legislation
    • Good interpersonal skills
    • Good presentation skills
    • Able to communicate at all levels
    • Effective time management skills
    • Able to deliver to tight time scales
    • Able to adapt to different working environment

    Qualifications and experience

    • BCom, LLB, CA (SA), HDip (Tax) or related degrees
    • Strong academic background
    • Articles
    • Experience in Tax is an advantage

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    Compliance Tax Consultant(Job Number: 2200002K)

    Job Description

    Purpose of position

    The purpose of this position is to provide a wide range of tax compliance services to a portfolio of corporate clients, ranging from large, local and international corporates to trusts.

    Key roles & responsibilities

    • Completion of company income tax returns, which includes a review of client-prepared tax computations and the preparation of detailed transmittal letters setting out legal arguments for positions taken
    • Calculation of provisional tax payments and completion of IRP6 provisional tax returns
    • Assistance with completion of reconciliations for IT14SD returns
    • Calculation of dividends and interest withholding tax and filing of relevant withholding tax forms
    • Assistance with tax clearance applications
    • Liaising with clients and SARS on a regular basis regarding outstanding income tax information necessary to complete the income tax returns, and drafting responses to SARS queries
    • Calculating taxable income and estimated tax liability / refund
    • Checking assessments
    • Managing own monthly lockup (business book) and preparing billing requests
    • Keeping up to date with changes to legislation relating to the Income Tax Act and changes to SARS efiling
    • Meeting with clients
    • Pro-actively identifying consulting opportunities for other areas of the tax department

    Qualifications and experience

    • B Comm degree or equivalent
    • Tax qualification and/or tax experience advantageous
    • Experience on ACCFIN or similar tax database package advantageous
    • Strong working knowledge of Excel, Word and Outlook
    • Strong working knowledge of SARS eFiling
    • Exposure to an audit environment advantageous

    Skills and attributes

    • Ability to communicate with staff and clients at all levels
    • Commitment to becoming a tax specialist
    • Strong risk management skills
    • Strong organisational skills
    • Strong multi-tasking skills
    • Ability to re-prioritise effectively and on short notice
    • Efficient, friendly, helpful and professional
    • Pro-active towards tasks and deadlines
    • Ability to function well in a high pressure environment
    • Team player and taking ownership of client base assigned
    • Ability to perform tasks in an orderly and logical manner
    • Attention to detail and accuracy

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    Deal Advisory Manager(Job Number: 2200003G)

    Description of the role and purpose of the job:

    Performing valuation, financial due diligence and merger and acquisition engagements on behalf of listed and unlisted companies and funds both locally and internationally

    Key responsibilities:

    • Preparation and analysis of historical and pro forma financial information
    • Assessment of trends, fluctuations and risks that may impact cash flow and valuation
    • Industry and company research utilising online tools and publicly available information
    • Preparation of due diligence and valuation reports and audit memos
    • Presentation of findings to clients, as required
    • Assistance in preparing tailored proposals and solutions
    • Preparation of financial models, information memorandums and transaction process documentation
    • Completion of risk management procedures
    • Providing on the job training to colleagues on the engagement team

    Skills and attributes required for the role:

    • Strong financial and business acumen with a drive for analytical problem solving
    • Exceptional verbal and written communication to assist clients with strategic decision making
    • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work within a team
    • Desire for continual self-learning and mentorship and training of others
    • Adaptable and able to work with change and ambiguity whilst maintaining credibility and confidence
    • Proven experience in supervising and coaching junior colleagues
    • Pro-active with desire to deliver client focussed results whilst part of a multi-disciplinary team 
    • Proficient Microsoft Office skills

    Minimum requirements to apply for the role (including qualifications and experience):

    • B-Com degree or equivalent graduate qualification
    • CA(SA), CIMA, CFA or MBA qualification
    • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in due diligence, valuations or mergers and acquisitions at a similar firm or top tier company

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    Deal Advisory Supervisor(Job Number: 2200003F)

    Description of the role and purpose of the job:

    Performing valuation, financial due diligence and merger and acquisition engagements on behalf of listed and unlisted companies and funds both locally and internationally

    Key responsibilities:

    • Preparation and analysis of historical and pro forma financial information
    • Assessment of trends, fluctuations and risks that may impact cash flow and valuation
    • Industry and company research utilising online tools and publicly available information
    • Preparation of due diligence and valuation reports and audit memos
    • Presentation of findings to clients, as required
    • Assistance in preparing tailored proposals and solutions
    • Preparation of financial models, information memorandums and transaction process documentation
    • Completion of risk management procedures
    • Providing on the job training to colleagues on the engagement team

    Skills and attributes required for the role:

    • Strong financial and business acumen with a drive for analytical problem solving
    • Exceptional verbal and written communication to assist clients with strategic decision making
    • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work within a team
    • Desire for continual self-learning and mentorship and training of others
    • Adaptable and able to work with change and ambiguity whilst maintaining credibility and confidence
    • Proven experience in supervising and coaching junior colleagues
    • Pro-active with desire to deliver client focussed results whilst part of a multi-disciplinary team 
    • Proficient Microsoft Office skills

    Minimum requirements to apply for the role (including qualifications and experience):

    • B-Com degree or equivalent graduate qualification
    • CA(SA), CIMA, CFA or MBA qualification
    • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in due diligence, valuations or mergers and acquisitions at a similar firm or top tier company

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    Audit Manager - Consumer Industrial Markets and Financial Services (Cape Town)(Job Number: 2200003C)

    Description of the role and purpose of the job: The purpose of this role is to perform the duties of an Audit Manager. The successful applicant will be responsible for supervising audit assignments at various clients.

    Key responsibilities:

    The audit engagement manager has the operational responsibility to guide, manage and oversee the planning, staffing and supervision of audit engagements. They:

    • Provide technical, audit operational, and audit quality leadership with a focus on professional scepticism.
    • Demonstrate a strong tone and culture supporting audit quality through a commitment to maintain objectivity, professional skepticism, ethics and integrity. 
    • Have the operational accountability and responsibility to drive audit quality in response to the needs of stakeholders and external regulators.

    Skills and attributes required for the role:

    Skills:

    • Good project management skills
    • People skills
    • Familiar with the SAICA training contract sign off requirements

    Personal attributes:

    • Self-motivated, committed, driven individuals

    Minimum requirements to apply for the role (including qualifications and experience):

    • Fully qualified Chartered Accountants with experience in the Consumer Goods industry.
    • Registered assessors in order to meet the counselling requirements of this role.

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    Corporate Tax Manager – Corp Tax(Job Number: 2200001T)

    Purpose of the Job:

    The purpose of this role is:

    KPMG Corporate Tax Services provides a variety of corporate tax consulting and advisory services to clients. We are a dedicated team specialising in value enhancing services in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, private equity, dispute resolution and tax controversy, carbon tax and tax advisory services. We offer consulting and advisory services across various industries.

    Key job duties or responsibilities:

    • Answer tax related questions and understand highly complex tax related problems
    • Conduct confidential relations with clients
    • Effectively manage relationships with the relevant local authorities
    • Interpret the complete spectrum of relevant local income tax and tax administration laws
    • Display an awareness of other local tax laws that may have a bearing on the tax problem at hand
    • Make complex recommendations regarding tax solutions
    • Manage a team of junior team members and professional staff
    • Display good project management skills
    • Display good “first review” skills
    • Manage the administration of tax matters
    • Manage the maintenance of essential tax records, reports and files
    • Prepare clear, sound, accurate reports containing findings, conclusions and recommendations
    • Sell sufficient work to meet budgetary targets
    • Adapt to a changing work environment and accommodate changing client demands
    • Be able to support the development of opportunities and management of relationships with colleagues within other business units outside of tax
    • Be able to manage a project from start to finish (including risk and billings), manage junior team members and be able to work directly with the partner or AD in delivering a quality product on time
    • Be able to identify risks and opportunities within the managers existing client base and to assist the team in winning new work from these clients.
    • Keeping up to date with changes to legislation and relating to Income Tax and Tax Administration as well as new developments in regulations and case law
    • Facilitate teamwork by sharing knowledge with others on a regular basis
    • Contribute effectively to the discussions around work and actively participate in generating creative ideas and thoughts
    • Critical Interpersonal or Interactive skills
    • Ability to operate and think on feet
    • Ability to multi-task and reprioritise tasks as and when required
    • Attention to detail
    • Ability to effectively delegate work to team members
    • High level of drive and resilience
    • Strong selling skills
    • Good communication and interpretation skills
    • Good command of the English language
    • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
    • Team player with good people skills
    • High level of competence
    • Ability to deal effectively with people at all levels
    • Good writing skills
    • Be able to interact directly with clients in a professional manner
    • Good problem-solving ability
    • Good research skills
    • Effective time management skills
    • Good numerical skills
    • Good presentation skills
    • Commitment to take ownership of own career
    • Commitment to invest in own a career
    • Good “first review” skills

    Qualifications and experience

    • CA (SA) or LLB; HDip (Tax); MCom (Tax); B-Comm Honours
    • At least 4 years relevant experience in a corporate tax environment
    • Knowledge of Word, Excel and Powerpoint
    • Must have a wide range of corporate tax skills and experience including opinion writing, concept papers, compliance, due diligence reviews and dispute resolution

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    Senior Data Centre Specialist(Job Number: 2200002U)

    Purpose of position:

    The Data Centre Specialist is part of a team responsible for the day to day management of availability, continuity and capacity management for Data Centre (DC) and Cloud elements for the KPMG Southern African region.

    Key accountabilities:

    • Day to day management of the Teams phone system on premise functionality.
    • Management of the firm’s email services be it O365, there are day to day email relay and external email related support tasks to be completed.
    • Servicing of eDiscovery requests for data hosted in the O365 environment.
    • Part of a team that will include the managing of Cloud hosted applications and services.
    • Limited support for some on premise applications.
    • Part of a team responsible to address ongoing vulnerability risk management.
    • As required completed Data Centre related work, including Hyper-visor, storage, backup and relevant application tier elements this includes relevant ITIL domains including incident, change, problem and capacity management.
    • Participate in design, plan and implementation of Business continuity and Disaster recovery capability for on premised DCs or Cloud solutions.
    • Actively contribute and participate in KPMG’s cloud migration plans.
    • Day to day proactive management and monitoring of all elements of DC or Cloud performance.
    • Engagement with Vendors or KPMG Global IT to ensure delivery against SLA and contract
    • Contribute to new service deliverables including input into architecture and system design, product installation, and ongoing support escalation.
    • Maintain Technical Documents, Support and Operations manuals and Knowledge Base articles.
    • Where applicable internal candidate to continue lead roles if based in a different city or country.

    Person specification:

    Relevant Skills

    • Relevant Tertiary IT qualification
    • Microsoft MCSE or MCP courses advantageous (Azure Cloud, Teams)
    • VMWARE and or Hyper-V Administration
    • Azure Cloud administration will be advantageous
    • Successful completion of vendor administration training of relevant technologies
    • ITIL Foundation
    • Network+
    • Experience \Understanding of ITIL Concepts, Change Management Processes
    • Ability to deal effectively with individuals at all levels
    • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
    • Comfortable to lead in their area of expertise, but also able to follow as required by the team
    • Good organisational skills to ensure effective planning and prioritisation takes place regularly
    • Will be required to work outside normal office hours when necessary as part of performing role.

    Personal Attributes

    • Excellent client focus
    • Ability to deal with conflict
    • Extremely high level of confidentially and integrity
    • Able to maintain a friendly, professional manner when liaising with clients, even in challenging situations
    • Ability to multi-task
    • The ability to build collaborative relationship with good interpersonal skills and the ability to relate well to colleagues with differing levels of expertise and skills while championing inclusion and diversity
    • The ability to work well under pressure and to perform to deadlines
    • Team player who is self-aware
    • Strong organisation skills; a self-starter with initiative, ability to foster innovation and a common sense approach to problem solving
    • Sound decision making ability with the ability to consult where needed
    • Focus on continuous improvement within the ITS function while advancing an ethical environment
    • High level of attention to detail and a desire to drive quality
    • The ability to work unsupervised
    • Effective communication and managing expectations is critical.

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    Learning and Development Lead Facilitator(Job Number: 2200002A)

    Description of the role and purpose of the job:

    Senior Manager in Learning and Development and the purpose of the role is as follows:

    • To support L&D team with L&D training roll out
    • To be responsible for the GLMS (KPMG Business School) system and the validity, accuracy, and completeness of records and content there.
    • To be involved in key KPMG digital learning projects, including system implementations and adoptions.
    • To take ownership of online content development in digital media, including eLearning development, video editing, audio editing.
    • To be an advisor to Business Partners relating to all matters of digital learning, including curriculum, program and course design and development
    • To be a performance manager within L&D.
    • To represent KPMG SA on the L&D EMA and Global DLS forums and keep abreast of occurrences and announcements in the region.
    • To train (both online and face-to-face) as required.

    Key responsibilities:

    • Design/Develop/Curate digital course content as required by Business Partners.
    • Project manage all system implementations and adoptions relating to digital learning.
    • Facilitate training (both online and face-to-face) as required.
    • Alignment to ISQM1 requirements (where relevant) and processes within L&D.
    • Reporting and needs analysis for Business Partners and Leaders as required.
    • Business Partner engagement.

    Skills and attributes required for the role:

    Skills:

    • Facilitation
    • Communication
    • Relationship management
    • Creativity/innovation
    • Responsiveness
    • Technologically minded
    • Coaching and mentoring
    • Analytical

    Personal attributes:

    • Good work ethic
    • Dependable/reliable
    • Energetic/enthusiastic
    • Proactive/initiative
    • Adaptability
    • Resilience
    • Lifelong learner

    Minimum requirements to apply for the role (including qualifications and experience):

    • HR or Education related qualification/L&D experience
    • Proficient Computer Skills
    • Proficient with Microsoft Suite
    • Facilitator experience (VC and ILT accredited is an advantage)
    • Client and Consulting experience
    • Technology savvy

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    Oracle Architect(Job Number: 2200002T)

    Purpose of the Job:

    The purpose of this role is to perform the duties of a Oracle Architect within the KPMG Advisory Business Unit locally and as part of the wider global KPMG Global Delivery Network (GDN). The successful applicant will be a platform Architect and a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in Oracle solutions. This is a key role and the applicant would be accountable for the delivery of a robust and scalable Enterprise-wide platform architecture that will deliver on client's strategic objectives and will ensure that solution architecture is developed in alignment with the Enterprise Architecture and Functional design of client requirements. As part of KPMG's GDN, successful candidates would be working on projects with KPMG member firms in many different countries. Initially the majority of the work would be remote, although the ability to travel for client projects across Africa, in Europe and further afield will be expected in the future. Candidates should have a passion for exploring how Oracle can solve our clients practical business problems in a cost-effective way. Candidates should also be committed to working with KPMG teams to help ensure that the envisioned Oracle solution is delivered on time, on budget and at the required level of quality.

    Key job duties or responsibilities:

    • Implementation / Project Delivery: Owns the functional and technical end-to-end solution: ? Ensures end-to-end solution cohesion and correctness.
    • Designs and takes responsibility of the governance for an integrated system that meets the product-owner's vision.
    • Assesses the systems architecture currently in place and works with technical staff to continually improve it.
    • Provides leadership and guidance to the team throughout the implementation to ensure accurate delivery of project plans.
    • Owns the specifications and requirements into the systems architecture.
    • Assists the Product Owners / functional resources with requirements gathering and provides design guidance.
    • Facilitates discussions with business and technical stakeholders to translate the critical business requirements and present a technical vision and solutions in the form of software products, customizations, and integrations.
    • Provides regular updates on any developments in systems architecture projects.
    • Assist GDN Leadership to design and present high-impact messages to customer's senior level management
    • Ability to successfully communicate complex topics regarding solutions and related projects to audiences both with and without deep technical skills.
    • Provides current best practices and solution alternatives as part of functional or technical design documents.
    • Communicates effectively with clients, leads meetings and workshops.

    Presales and Sales Support

    • Devises scope and owns estimates for sales proposals and statements of work.
    • Researches continuously current and emerging technologies and proposes changes where needed.

    Contribute to KPMG's Global Oracle Architect Community

    • Specialist input and QA oversight of the regional sales and delivery opportunities
    • Provides F&O SME input to local implementation engagements across the globe.
    • Assist the GDN Regional Deployment Lead with driving initiatives within the assigned GDN Region
    • Provide solutioning support for multiple, local sales opportunities

    Mentoring and monitoring performance and development of Local architect teams

    • Critical Technical Skills or competencies
    • Strong organisational and leadership skills.
    • Excellent communication skills, both verbally and writing to a variety of technical and nontechnical audiences.
    • Proficient at working in diverse multi-national teams
    • Sound knowledge of Agile Methodology, DevOps, Configuration Management and Automation Tools.
    • In-depth experience in areas such as Azure Platform, Power Platform, D365, Integration Patterns, Object Oriented Design, Test Driven Development, DevOps.

    Qualifications and experience

    • Minimum 5 years of experience in implementing and leading cloud based managed services engagements
    • Minimum of 3 years experience specifically implementing and leading Oracle implementations.
    • Proven track record of meeting SLA's and meeting customer expectations
    • Prior experience with functional ERP/Finance/HCM/SCM/EPM/Procurement implementation and participation in 3 or more implementations / support projects
    • Experience implementing technology solutions that drive functional transformation ? Understanding of the project life-cycle and supporting activities
    • Willingness to collaborate with the architectural community and travel as required

    Desired Skills:

    • Oracle
    • Implementation
    • ERP
    • DevOps
    • Architect

    Desired Work Experience:

    • 2 to 5 years Architecture

    Desired Qualification Level:

    • Degree

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    Senior Manager - Deal Advisory M&A(Job Number: 2200002O)

    Description of the role and purpose of the job:

    • Implementing complex public and private buy-side and sell-side mergers and acquisitions, BEE transactions, equity and debt capital raising transactions on behalf of local and international clients.
    • Managing, mentoring and training colleagues.

    Key responsibilities:

    As a Senior Manager in M&A your responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:

    • Leading the day-to-day management of projects
    • Liaising with the client, their directors and stakeholders
    • Liaising with the client, their directors and stakeholders
    • Coordinating and managing other transaction advisors, timelines and deliverables (e.g. due diligence, tax, legal, regulatory)
    • Performing and reviewing detailed merger models, transaction structuring, capital structuring and other financial analysis
    • Conducting detailed valuation analysis, including discounted cash flow (“DCF”), trading multiples, transaction multiples and LBO analysis
    • Overseeing the preparation of investment teasers, management presentations, board materials, information memoranda, and other presentation materials for use in transactions or strategic client / stakeholder dialogue
    • Coordinating and managing other transaction advisors, timelines and deliverables (e.g. due diligence, tax, legal agreements)
    • Review and input into transaction agreements
    • Interaction with senior team members and client management teams on a daily basis to execute transactions and discuss strategic alternatives
    • Providing leadership, mentorship and supervision to junior staff
    • Completing risk management procedures from inception, to acceptance and completion of engagements
    • Managing work-in-progress, billing and collection of invoices
    • Supporting senior management in origination efforts, industry and sector research and the preparation of bespoke proposals and solutions
    • Being aware of the environment in which our clients and KPMG operates to identify opportunities and mitigate risk

    Skills and attributes required for the role:

    • Strong financial and business acumen with a drive for analytical problem solving
    • Exceptional verbal and written communication to assist clients with strategic decision making
    • Strong leadership capability and interpersonal skills with the desire for continual self-learning and mentorship and training of others
    • Adaptable and able to work with change and ambiguity whilst maintaining credibility and confidence
    • Exceptional excel modelling skills, with demonstrable experience building DCF, LBO, project finance and / or other corporate finance related models for clients
    • Demonstrable sales and negotiation skills
    • Knowledge of the South African regulatory environment including but not limited to Companies Act, JSE Regulations, BEE Legislation, Corporate Tax 
    • Proven experience in project coordination and implementation in the following areas:
    • Buy-side and sell-side mergers and acquisitions; and / or
    • Debt and capital advisory, including project finance and infrastructure advisory
    • Proven experience in supervising and coaching junior colleagues

    Minimum requirements to apply for the role (including qualifications and experience):

    • B-Com degree or equivalent graduate qualification;
    • CA(SA), CIMA, CFA or MBA qualification
    • Minimum of 7 years corporate finance experience with demonstrable transaction experience at a similar firm or top tier company in buy-side and sell-side mergers and acquisitions; and / or debt and capital advisory, including project finance and infrastructure advisory

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    Digital Consulting Project Administrator(Job Number: 2200002N)

    Description of the role and purpose of the job:

    The Project Administrator, (typically at a supervisor level) forms part of the project team that executes on large programs in an efficient and effective manner. He/she is responsible for their assigned delivery role within agreed timescales, quality and conformance to agreed requirements. This person is also responsible for driving numerous administrative activities as well as the compilation and updating of many project artefacts which underpin the overall programme governance within a client engagement.

    Key responsibilities:

    • Effective internal and external stakeholder management at all levels
    • Able to drive and lead client workshops and steer conversations towards desired outcomes
    • Contribute in compilation of project charters and kick off presentation presentations
    • Assists in compiling the project plan alongside the project manager and client counterparts
    • Monitors progress against functional project plan, correcting and / or escalating abnormal situations when necessary;
    • Maintains the Project Plan, with forecast completion dates and impact analysis;
    • Perform financial reconciliations on projects – incl. tracking of actual vs. budgeted costs and effort on a weekly basis;
    • Maintains awareness of all ongoing non-trivial problems towards their solution. Ensures that project objectives are met;
    • Ensure that allocated workstream project activities are carried out in accordance with the appropriate standards.
    • Ensures Risks and Issues are being correctly assessed and reported. Pro-actively predicts and mitigates risk;
    • Ensures Decision and Action logs are being maintained from the key project governance meetings (incl Progress, Workstream, Steerco meetings etc.);
    • Ensures the Change Log is maintained and that Change Control is being effectively applied;
    • Ensures that assigned project deliverables are compiled and executed to the required standard of quality (including the appropriate levels of review, e.g. manager, partner, client etc.)
    • Drive timely execution of assigned project work packages as part of the wider programme
    • Maintains and publishes the project dashboard by obtaining the critical data either directly from internal systems or from engaging with the client workstream counterparts:
    1. Weekly Risks and issues stats
    2. Weekly Task Completion Stats
    3. Weekly Change Log Stats
    • Any other Project Metrics as and when required to deliver the desired business outcome
    • Prepares weekly reports for review by internal and external stakeholders – includes overall summary, workstream salient updates, risks and issues, interdependencies between functional areas and upkeep of the critical path
    • Participates in client reporting sessions, including as relevant, weekly progress review meetings and (typically) monthly Steering Committee meetings
    • Participate in responding to client opportunities, i.e. driving proposals and assisting in required KPMG risk management related activities
    • Assist in compilation of the KPMG internal Risk File for a particular engagement
    • Adhere to KPMG’s internal training, risk and performance management requirement and protocols
    • Analysis of specific client information for purposes of comparing data sets in a concise lead schedule

    Skills and attributes required for the role:

    • An established Project Administrator with a proven track record of delivery in implementation projects. Full lifecycle implementation experience is a bonus.
    • A specific requirement for the project administrator to have experience in execution of functional transformation projects e.g. finance transformation projects (process, people, technology, data and control). and not only technology experience (technical upgrade);
    • Very strong Microsoft Office skills particularly with Microsoft Project, Excel and SharePoint;
    • PMI/PMP professional as a requirement;
    • Experienced in Agile project management, ideally with direct experience of methodologies including Scrum and Kanban;
    • Excellent time management skills with demonstrable experience of working under pressure to tight deadlines and managing a high workload with conflicting priorities;
    • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to influence and manage a range of relationships in a complex environment;
    • Experienced in mentoring graduate staff and supporting their professional development.
    • Strong communication skills (verbal, written and listening): an ability to present information concisely, to communicate in a manner applicable to all levels;
    • Able to produce high quality and professional presentations;
    • Excellent attention to detail and ability to ensure documents are consistent in language, terminology and style;
    • Flexible approach to work with a focus on delivery to deadlines and high standards;
    • Ability to handle highly confidential information with tact and discretion;
    • Ability to quickly obtain a broad knowledge of KPMG, including governance structures and operating procedures, and offers advice on possible changes and improvements;
    • Comfortable with conflict situations and the ability to push back in a discreet manner
    • A strong work ethic and positive attitude
    • Embracing of diversity and inclusion
    • Willingness to work across a wide range of industries
    • Eagerness to learn and to work collaboratively as part of a team

    Minimum requirements to apply for the role (including qualifications and experience):

    Qualifications:

    • 4 Year - University degree
    • Finance, engineering or technology based (as a preference)
    • PMI/PMP professional
    • Agile/Scrum Master (preferred)

    Experience:

    • 5 Year project related (minimum)ax

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    Manager - Digital Consulting - Financial Management (Job Number: 2200002M)

    Description of the role and purpose of the job:

    KPMG South Africa is a multinational firm with an ambition to be the most trusted and trustworthy professional services firm in the world.

    Our Digital Consulting business is in need of a strong self-driven Supervisor, who are as passionate as us about helping clients transform their finance operations to efficiently and effectively deliver amongst others financial information, which is valid, accurate and most importantly fit for purpose.

    The role will provide you with the ability to be involved in various stages of a clients’ finance transformation journey, from the development of a finance strategy right through to the implementation of relevant policies, processes, organisational structures and technology required to operationalise the strategy.

    At KPMG, providing clients with the best possible solution to the challenges which they face is paramount, thus the role will enable you to collaborate with a wide variety of staff members (e.g. data, technology specialists) from various KPMG business units.
    This collaborative approach in everything that we do helps to distinguish us in the market place.

    Key responsibilities:

    • Support the delivery of finance & accounting transformation engagements.  From visioning and target operating model development (including future state validation and deployment) to the evolution of implemented operating models;
    • Interpret client requirements and support the team with the sales process of finance transformation engagements including an appropriate tailored approach and methodology;
    • Understand how technology enables the finance function of the future etc;
    • Display diligence during the execution of any work of KPMG’s internal risk management processes at all times;
    • Contribute effectively to the discussions around the “future of finance” and actively participate in generating creative ideas and thoughts; and
    • Other ad-hoc tasks as assigned.

    Skills and attributes required for the role:

    • High level of drive and resilience;
    • High level of attention to detail and a desire to drive quality;
    • Strong organisation skills; a self-starter with initiative, ability to foster innovation and a common-sense approach to problem solving;
    • Ability to multi-task and reprioritise tasks as and when required;
    • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines;
    • Very good business writing skills, numerical skills, communication and interpretation skills;
    • Executes excellent “first review” skills;
    • Excellent ability to compile PowerPoint decks and able to present with confidence and passion;
    • The ability to build collaborative relationships with good interpersonal skills and the ability to relate well to colleagues with differing levels of expertise and skills while championing inclusion and diversity;
    • Ability to identify sales opportunities;
    • Passionate about how technology enables the finance function of the future; and
    • The ability to adapt to a changing work environment and accommodate changing client demands.

    Minimum requirements to apply for the role:

    • Minimum 3 - 5 years’ experience working on financial management projects or in a finance environment;
    • Financial qualification CA(SA) - preferrable; CIMA; B-Comm Honours; MBA (status of qualifications in progress will be assessed); and
    • Passionate about working on finance transformation projects or accounting support related projects.

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    Senior Internal Auditor (Durban)(Job Number: 2200001N)

    Description of the role and purpose of the job:

    Our national Internal Audit, Risk, Compliance and Sustainability Services (IARCS) practice provides strategic sourcing of Internal Audit; Enterprise Risk Management; Governance, Regulatory Compliance, Contract Compliance and Sustainability services.  The KPMG South Africa IARCS practice was established in 1996 to add value to our clients by focusing on their major business risks impacting the organisation strategic and business objectives. We aim to deliver a consistent and high-quality set of services based on:

    • A local practice with talented high performing professionals.
    • Subject matter professionals teaming up with internal auditors to enhance value to the client.
    • Our focus on global industries helps KPMG people to develop a rich understanding of clients’ businesses and the insight, skills and resources required to address industry specific issues and opportunities.
    • Access to a network of specialists including financial, operational and IT auditors across the global KPMG network.

    KPMG considers itself a market leading Internal Audit provider locally and globally and currently we have a vacancy for one experienced Senior Internal Auditor within our Durban office who will participate in and support the delivery of internal audit, risk management and governance services to our esteemed local client portfolio.

    Key responsibilities:

    The Senior Internal Auditor will be responsible for:

    • Assisting with internal audit planning, the risk assessment, scope, budget,  internal audit programme and procedures development.
    • Executing internal audit assignments in line with the KPMG methodology, KPMG risk management and engagement standards, mandated budget and client deadlines.
    • Identifying weak/problem areas and its root cause, document findings, developing effective corrective action plans and following up on implementation of the corrective action.
    • Assisting with the preparation of audit reports, presentation/communicating findings and recommendations to management including discussion/negotiation of the findings.
    • Contribute towards continuous improvement, enhancing current levels of service delivery, quality and client satisfaction.
    • Assisting with departmental administration and initiatives (as required).

    Skills and attributes required for the role:

    • Sound understanding of internal audit, risk management and regulatory imperatives.
    • Previous Internal Auditor experience including relevant experience in:
    • Business process, risk, control and process improvement documentation (mapping) and analysis (including sound risk, control and process improvement documentation and analysis ability).
    • Audit programme development and workpapers are completed to the desired standard in line with relevant client scope areas, related risks, control concerns and client expectations are met satisfactorily.
    • Sound and structured report writing ability (considering all key facts and background).
    • Good time management and ability to drive your own quality work deliverables within the agreed project budgets and deadlines.
    • Professional integrity and a high performing team player who can work autonomously, remains accountable and contributes to a positive and cohesive team environment.
    • Competence in data analytics (using IDEA or related tools, ability to execute routine data analytics procedures and analysing results appropriately).
    • Ability to work under pressure, good analytical, interpersonal, time management, research, and communications skills.

    Minimum requirements to apply for the role (including qualifications and experience):

    • B Com Hons Internal Auditing (or relevant qualification)
    • CIA designation progress (advantageous)
    • Minimum of three years relevant working experience

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    Internal Audit Supervisor – Financial Services (Job Number: 2200001O)

    Description of the role and purpose of the job:

    Our national Internal Audit, Risk, Compliance and Sustainability Services (IARCS) practice provides strategic sourcing of Internal Audit; Enterprise Risk Management; Governance, Regulatory Compliance, Contract Compliance and Sustainability services.  The KPMG South Africa IARCS practice was established in 1996 to add value to our clients by focusing on their major business risks impacting the organisation strategic and business objectives. We aim to deliver a consistent and high-quality set of services based on:

    • A local practice with talented high performing professionals.
    • Subject matter professionals teaming up with internal auditors to enhance value to the client.
    • Our focus on global industries helps KPMG people to develop a rich understanding of clients’ businesses and the insight, skills and resources required to address industry specific issues and opportunities.
    • Access to a network of specialists including financial, operational and IT auditors across the global KPMG network.
    • KPMG considers itself a market leading Internal Audit provider to the Financial Services Sector locally and globally and currently we have a vacancy for one experienced Supervisor candidate within our JHB office who will participate in and support the management of teams to deliver internal audit, risk management and governance services to our esteemed financial services portfolio.

    Key responsibilities:

    The Supervisor will be responsible for:

    • Performing/reviewing/assisting with internal audit planning, risk assessments, scope, budget,  internal audit programme and procedures development.
    • Executing and overseeing internal audit assignments in line with the KPMG methodology, KPMG risk management standards, mandated budget and client deadlines.
    • Identifying weak/problem areas and its root cause, document findings, developing effective corrective action plans and following up on implementation of the corrective action.
    • Preparing audit reports, presentation/communicating findings and recommendations to management including discussion/negotiation of the findings.
    • The daily supervision of audit staff and supporting the Manager with delegated tasks.
    • Aiding the coaching, development and performance management of audit staff including completion of the project performance evaluations.
    • Contribute towards continuous improvement, enhancing current levels of service delivery, quality and client satisfaction.
    • Assisting with departmental administration and initiatives.

    Skills and attributes required for the role:

    • Sound understanding of internal audit, risk management and regulatory imperatives and relevance to the Financial Services Sector (Insurance, Banking, etc)
    • Previous supervisory experience including relevant experience in:
    • Business process, risk, control and process improvement analysis (including sound risk, control and process improvement documentation and analysis ability).
    • Engagement planning and supervision experience including ensuring all key client scope requirements and expectations are met satisfactorily.
    • Sound and structured report writing ability (considering all key facts and background)
    • Project and time management and ability to drive the team’s quality work deliverables within the agreed project budgets and deadlines.
    • Professional integrity, sound client and team relationship management experience and ability to engage senior level stakeholders.
    • A high performing team player who can work autonomously, remains accountable and contributes to a positive and cohesive team environment.
    • Competence in data analytics (using IDEA or related tools, ability to execute routine data analytics procedures and analysing results appropriately).
    • Ability to work under pressure, be agile, innovative, manage multiple priorities, adapt to changing environments, recognise problems, trace them to the root cause and develop sound solutions which enables smarter ways of working and improving processes.
    • Good analytical, interpersonal, time management, research, and communications skills.

    Minimum requirements to apply for the role (including qualifications and experience):

    • B Com Hons Internal Auditing (or relevant qualification)
    • CIA designation (desirable)
    • Minimum of four years relevant working experience
    • Financial Services Sector experience. (preferred)
       

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    Internal Audit Manager (Job Number: 2200001P)

    Description of the role and purpose of the job:

    Our national Internal Audit, Risk, Compliance and Sustainability Services (IARCS) practice provides strategic sourcing of Internal Audit; Enterprise Risk Management; Governance, Regulatory Compliance, Contract Compliance and Sustainability services.  The KPMG South Africa IARCS practice was established in 1996 to add value to our clients by focusing on their major business risks impacting the organisation strategic and business objectives. We aim to deliver a consistent and high-quality set of services based on:

    A local practice with talented high performing professionals.
    Subject matter professionals teaming up with internal auditors to enhance value to the client.
    Our focus on global industries helps KPMG people to develop a rich understanding of clients’ businesses and the insight, skills and resources required to address industry specific issues and opportunities.
    Access to a network of specialists including financial, operational and IT auditors across the global KPMG network.
    KPMG considers itself a market leading Internal Audit provider locally and globally and currently we  have a vacancy for one experienced Manager candidate within our JHB office who will participate in and manage teams to deliver world class internal audit, risk management and governance services to our esteemed client portfolio.

    Key responsibilities:

    The Manager will be responsible for:

    • Compliance with KPMG risk management standards, policies and procedures including client and engagement onboarding processes.
    • Performing/reviewing/assisting with internal audit planning, risk assessment, scope, budget,  internal audit programme and procedures development.
    • Managing the execution of internal audit assignments in line with the KPMG methodology, KPMG risk management standards, mandated budget and client deadlines.
    • Identifying weak/problem areas and its root cause, document findings, developing effective corrective action plans and following up on implementation of the corrective action.
    • Preparing audit reports, presentation/communicating findings and recommendations to management including discussion/negotiation of the findings.
    • The daily management of audit staff and supporting the Partner with delegated tasks.
    • Aiding the coaching, development and performance management of audit staff including completion of the project performance evaluations.
    • Contribute towards continuous improvement, enhancing current levels of service delivery, quality and client satisfaction.
    • Assisting with departmental administration and initiatives including staff planning.
    • Lock up management (financial administration, billings etc).

    Skills and attributes required for the role:

    • Sound understanding of internal audit, risk management and regulatory imperatives
    • Previous management experience including relevant experience in:
    • Business process, risk, control and process improvement analysis (including sound risk, control and process improvement documentation and analysis ability)
    • Engagement planning and supervision experience including ensuring all key client scope requirements and expectations are met satisfactorily.
    • Sound and structured report writing ability (considering all key facts and background)
    • Project and time management and ability to drive the team’s quality work deliverables within the agreed project budgets and deadlines.
    • Ability to develop internal and external client relationships
    • Key client liaison with sound problem solving
    • Professional integrity, sound client and team relationship management experience and ability to engage senior level stakeholders.
    • A high performing team player who can work autonomously, remains accountable and contributes to a positive and cohesive team environment.
    • Competence in data analytics (using IDEA or related tools, ability to execute routine data analytics procedures and analysing results appropriately).
    • Ability to work under pressure, be agile, innovative, manage multiple priorities, adapt to changing environments, recognise problems, trace them to the root cause and develop sound solutions which enables smarter ways of working and improving processes.
    • Ability to coach and guide junior staff to perform their responsibilities and well as provide fair feedback on their performance including sound conflict resolution skills
    • Good analytical, interpersonal, time management, research, and communications skills.

    Minimum requirements to apply for the role (including qualifications and experience):

    • Completed BCom / B Com Hons Internal Auditing (or relevant qualification)
    • CA(SA)
    • CIA designation (desirable)
    • Minimum of six years relevant working experience

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    Graduate Recruitment Administrator(Job Number: 2200003L)

    Description of the role and purpose of the job:

    The purpose of the role is to provide administrative support to the graduate recruitment team. The incumbent will be responsible for providing a wide range of support to the team across the Audit, tax and Advisory service lines.

    The successful individual will have to deliver a process, project or service involving the completion of a series of defined tasks where accuracy, and timeliness are critical. They will have to be able to take direction from others in completing tasks and assignments and actively seek out work from more senior team members.

    Key responsibilities:

    Key accountabilities

    • Assisting the Graduate recruitment team with all administrative related tasks such as screening applications, contract development, saving documents onto ATS.
    • Scheduling interviews and providing feedback to candidates
    • Keeping the graduate recruitment officers updated on the status of applications
    • Reporting on and tracking applications for the graduate recruitment team
    • Document collection and storage

    People

    • Meets firm deadlines during Performance Development cycles, including seeking quality feedback, setting goals, providing input into engagement/project reviews and having regular conversations with Performance Manager, to a standard expected under Open Performance Development.
    • Charges all productive value-add time to Engagement codes to see true value of work delivered and to recognize individual/team effort.
    • Shares knowledge with other KPMG colleagues/teams and contributes to the development of knowledge resources.
    • Partakes in Global People Survey (GPS) and/or wider people focused actions and initiatives which drive cultural improvement across their local team(s).

    Skills and attributes required for the role:

    • Ability to work under pressure and manage multiple deadlines
    • Attention to detail
    • Proficiency in Microsoft applications is critical
    • Good communication skills

    Minimum requirements to apply for the role (including qualifications and experience):

    • HR Diploma/degree, experience within a high paced professional services industry will be advantageous. Experience is required.

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