REF: ARMY/38/17/01

SALARY : Level 2 (R90 234 per annum).

CENTRE : Mpumalanga Signal Unit, Mbombela.


REQUIREMENTS : A minimum of Grade 10 (NQF Level 2). A valid B drivers’ license (Code 08) or above. Special requirements (Skills needed): Good driving, communication (verbal/written), problem-solving and Interpersonal skills. Must be reliable and physically fit to perform duties.

DUTIES : Fetch post, parcels, Photostats, files, typings and other forms of documentation/articles and deliver them to the relevant role players. Assist with the execution of functions attached to the registration division. Keep a register of received and dispatched documents. Perform other messenger tasks directed.

APPLICATIONS : Department of Defence, Mpumalanga Signal Unit, Private Bag X11277, Mbombela, 1200 or may be delivered at Mpumalanga Signal Unit, 5 Cruise circle, Vintonia, Mbombela, 1200.

ENQUIRIES : Sgt S. Godfrey, Tel: (013) 756 2547.

CLOSING DATE : 26 January 2018


SALARY : Level 5 (R152 862 per annum).

CENTRE : Financial Management Division, Chief Directorate Accounting, Directorate Stores, Services and Related Payments (DSSRP),FASC Young field (Cape Town).

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REQUIREMENTS : Minimum requirements: Grade 12 certificate with Finance/Accounting-related subjects. Proven ability in understanding, interpreting and correctly applying of financial policy and prescripts. Basic knowledge of financial and accounting processes. Basic knowledge of contract management or State Tender Board regulations and supply chain management process. Sound knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act and Treasury Regulations as well as knowledge of financial management mainframe and Computer literate in MS Office software packages will serve as strong recommendation. Ability to effectively liaise and communicate with clients. Decisive and persevering in regard of task finalisation. Permanent RSA citizen with no criminal record. Willing to be detached to Satellite Offices across geographical boundaries. The successful candidate will be required to complete all relevant courses. Added advantage: Post matric qualification in Finance or minimum of one year relevant experience.

DUTIES : Scrutinize, verify, register and couple medical and supplier invoices for payment. Strictly apply policy, prescriptions and regulations. Detect and report on all irregularities. Safekeeping of payment and other accounting documentation for audit purposes. Utilize the Financial Management System (FMS) to regularly record all accounting transactions and do enquiries. Performing of cashier duties by paying out of cash advances, administering of claims on the Central Advance System and capturing of all related accounting transactions on the FMS. Recording, safekeeping and issuing of Face Value Documents (FVD) and updating the FVD System. Confirmation of TELKOM accounts. Administering of Paymaster General (PMG) account deposits and assisting with general administration and accounting functions at the FASC.

ENQUIRIES : Mr I. van der Walt, Tel: (012) 392-2850.

APPLICATIONS : Applications must be submitted to: Financial Management Division, DFSS, Career Management Section, Private Bag X 137,Pretoria, 0001 or applications may be hand-delivered to: Department of Defence, Poynton building, 195 Bosman Street, Pretoria where it must be placed in wooden post box 5 at Reception. Note: (Please use reference number not post number).

CLOSING DATE : 19 January 2018


REF NO: CFO 18/1/2

SALARY : Level 5 (R152 862 per annum).

CENTRE : Financial Management Division, Joint Operations Budget Management Office, Joint Operations Division, Finance Management Office, J OPS HQ, Blenny Building, Dequaria, Pretoria.

REQUIREMENTS : Minimum requirement: Grade 12 certificate with finance or Accounting related subjects. Computer literate in MS Word and MS Excel and PowerPoint. Knowledge of main frame Financial Management System (FMS)/Basic Accounting System (BAS) or any other Private Sectors financial systems would serve as a strong recommendation. Ability to understand and interpret basic financial, Procurement, Accounting and Human Resource Management (HRM) policy and prescripts. Basic knowledge of financial practices and Supply Chain Management (SCM) and knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), Treasury Regulations and Procurement Prescripts. Knowledge of budget process as well as the basic financial functions in the Department of Defence (DOD) or any other Public Service/Private sectors Department would serve as a strong recommendation. Well-developed reasoning, organising, problem solving, facilitating, report writing and accounting skills. Good interpersonal relations. Honesty, integrity, diligent, ethical, intuitive thinking, decisive, perceptive, positive, creative and good team worker. Ability to effectively and efficiently communicate and liaise with suppliers and clients. Permanent RSA citizen with no criminal record. Being in the possession of valid RSA Vehicle driver’s license will be a strong recommendation. Added advantage: Post matric qualification in Finance or a minimum of one year relevant experience.

DUTIES : Distribute budget management policies and instructions. Assist in the Administration of the Performance Assessment process. Assist in establishing and maintaining internal mentorship program. Compile inputs for finance training. Attend training and development opportunities. Assist with the preparations to receive new appointees in the section. Facilitate process to procure/obtain equipment and resources by compiling list of requirements, initiating procurement process, obtaining authority to procure, receive equipment and capture in assets register. Coordinate performance assessment process for personnel in the section. Assist in HR administration. Printing and Distributing of management 6 directives. Assist in administrating internal grievance procedure. Administrative attendance register. Keep record of and process application for security clearances. Execute equipment maintenance process and initiate the process to dispose/of retire resources in the section. Managing the processing of documentation and files and maintaining an internal registry office. Maintaining an internal stationery store and keeping an office inventory. Making travel arrangements and arranging S&T. Taking notes and drafting minutes and agendas for meeting. Performing elementary/auxiliary personnel administration tasks.

ENQUIRIES : Ms M.D. Tseka, tel (012) 355 3080.

APPLICATIONS : Applications must be submitted to: Financial Management Division, DFSS, Career Management Section, Private Bag X137, Pretoria, 0001 or applications may be hand-delivered to: Department of Defence, Poynton building, 195 Bosman Street, Pretoria where it must be placed in wooden post box number 5 at Reception. Note: (Please use reference number, not post number).

CLOSING DATE : 19 January 2018

Transnet is looking for 1500 people with grade 10-12 or abet

Transnet is engaged in the attraction and retention of talented individuals​

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Our workplace reflects our dynamic and challenging environment and offers outstanding opportunities aiming at attracting results driven individuals who are suitably qualified and who have the necessary career prospects.
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REGISTRY CLERK (REF: 3/2/1/2017/301) Directorate: Quality Assurance and Administration

SALARY : R152 862 per annum (Level 5)

CENTRE : Gauteng (Pretoria)

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 Certificate or equivalent. Knowledge of registry duties, practices as well as the ability to capture data, and operate a computer. Working knowledge and understanding of the legislative framework governing the Public Service and records management. Knowledge of storage and retrieval procedures in terms of records management. Understanding of the registry procedures. Computer literate. Planning and organisation skills. Language. Good verbal and written communication skills.

DUTIES : Attend to clients. Handle telephonic and other enquiries received. Receive and register hand delivered mail/files. Receive all mail. Sort, register and dispatch mail. Distribute notices on registry issues. Opening and close files according to record classification system. Filing documents and maintain record storage. Tracing (electronically/manually) and retrieval of documents and files. Complete index cards for all files. Open and maintain Franking machine register. Frank post. Undertake spot checks on post to ensure no private post is included. Lock post in postbag for messenger to deliver to Post Office. Open and stamp; maintain remittance register. Record all valuable articles as prescribed in the remittance register. Hand delivers and signs over remittance to finance. Send wrong remittances back to sender via registered post and record reference number in register. Keep daily record of amount of letters franked. Electronic scanning of files. Sort and package files for appraisal and disposal. Compile list of documents to be disposed and submit to the supervisor. Keep records of disposed documents.

APPLICATIONS : The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform has launched the Erecruitment web site were applicants apply for a post on line. Applications must be submitted by clicking on the link to apply for the post above


(REF: 3/2/1/2017/317)

Directorate: Quality Assurance and Administration SALARY : R183 558 per annum (Level 6)

CENTRE : Northern Cape (Kimberley)

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 / Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification with typing as a subject. 2 years experience in data capturing or admin experience. Computer literacy in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and email programmes. Excellent typing skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

DUTIES : Type documents such as reports when required. Report to the Administration Officer on problems experienced by data capturer. Compile, sort and verify the accuracy of data before it is entered. Enter data in specific data field in verification format to detect errors. Locate and correct date entry errors, or report them to supervisor. Store completed document in appropriate location. Compare data with source documents. Maintain logs of activities and completed work. Load machine with required input or output media such as paper, cards, disks, tape or braille.

APPLICATIONS : The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform has launched the Erecruitment web site were applicants apply for a post on line. Applications must be submitted by clicking on the link to apply for the post above


POST 50/173 : OFFICE ASSISTANT (REF: 3/2/1/2017/337) Chief Directorate: Human Resources and Organisational Development SALARY : R226 611 per annum (Level 7)

CENTRE : Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS : Matric plus 2 years post school qualification in Public Administration /Office Administration or equivalent qualification. 1-2 years experience in rendering secretarial and administration support services to management. Knowledge of Government systems and structures. Understanding of the management information and formal reporting system. Professional office etiquette. Knowledge of office administration. Communication (written and verbal) and reporting skills, Good interpersonal, Organising and planning skills, Computer literacy. Ability to take initiative and work independently. A valid drivers license (code 08)

DUTIES : Manage operations to achieve secretarial outcomes, Organise and maintain the manager’s diary and prioritise meetings. Confirm appointments and remind the manager of engagements. Coordinate with and advise Departmental managers regarding engagements with the manager. Manage operations to achieve administrative support outcomes, operate and ensure that office equipment are in good working order. Provide administrative support services for the office of the manager. Ensure the safekeeping of all documentation in the office of the manager in line with relevant legislation and policies. Handle the procurement of office equipment, stationary and refreshments for the office of the manager. Prepare and submit S&T claims. Create and maintain a filling system of the office of the manager. Draft documents as required. Obtains inputs, collates and compiles progress report, monthly reports and technical reports for the manager. Make the necessary logistical arrangements and distribution of notices, minutes and agenda for meetings, and take minutes at meetings. Perform advanced typing work for the manager. Arrange international and domestic travelling and accommodation for the manager. Ensure the effective flow of information and documentation to and from the office of the manager. Respond to enquiries received from internal and external stakeholders. Draft documents as required. Manage the filing of documents for the office of the manager. Researches, collects, analyses and collates information requested by the manager. Prioritises issues for the office of the manager.

APPLICATIONS : The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform has launched the Erecruitment web site were applicants apply for a post on line. Applications must be submitted by clicking on the link to apply for the post above


Senior Clerk job , Grade 8 -12 or abet ,Salary: R177 036 – R242 844 per annum (plus benefits)

Reference Number: FINA6737

Position: Senior Clerk

Department: Finance
Division: Revenue
Salary: R177 036 – R242 844 per annum (plus benefits)

Minimum Requirements:

Grade 12 (NQF Level 4)
3 years’ experience in a similar environment
Core Responsibilities:

Monitor water and electricity consumption as per deviation list to ensure that account is correctly billed and to prevent over billing or under billing
Calculate and process journals to correct incorrect billing on account to ensure that account will be correctly billed and adjustments done to get consumption in line with meter readings
Investigate and solve difficult and complex meter and consumption problems of clients to ensure that account are correctly billed and to close the complaint of the client.
Handle customer complaints to ensure account is correct and client’s complaint can be closed
Capture customer requests or maintenance matters on EMIS to ensure maintenance on meters will be performed and client’s complaint can be closed and account corrected
Perform maintenance of interims on Venus system to ensure correct billing and not unrealistic charges to clients account

Interested candidates whose background and experience match these challenging and exciting positions are invited to apply using an online application form attached to the advertisement on the website of the City of Ekurhuleni ( or the intranet (for internal staff).

Enquiries: Tel: (011) 999 7532

Please attach CV to the online application once completed.

Candidates may be requested to submit proof of the NQF level applicable to the qualifications they have obtained.

Should candidates not be informed of the outcome of the application within six weeks of the closing date, it should be regarded as having been unsuccessful. The City of Ekurhuleni subscribes to the principles of the Employment Equity Act and reserves the right not to appoint.

Closing date: 2017/12/22

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(REF NO: NDOH 80/2017) Chief Directorate: Supply Chain and Assets Management. Directorate: Supply Chain Management SALARY : R152 862 per annum (plus competitive benefits).

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CENTRE : Pretoria REQUIREMENTS : A Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or equivalent NQF 4 qualification. At least one (1) year experience in supply chain management environment. Basic knowledge and understanding of legislative framework governing the Public Service. Good communication (verbal and written), interpersonal relations, flexibility, teamwork, planning, organization and computer skills (MS Office package).

DUTIES : Verify travel and fleet bookings request. Ensure compliance to the Departmental Transport policy. Ensure validity of the traveler. Manual filing. Keep record of all travel and fleet bookings. Overall administration of departmental fleet vehicles. Check and ensure that trip authorities are properly recorded in the logbooks. Ensure that all pool vehicles issued has trip authority signed by relevant supervisor. Monthly physical verification of pool vehicles. Check the number of vehicles stationed in the building and issued as against the total number of departmental vehicles.

ENQUIRIES : Mr A Diljan at tel no (012) 395 9511

CLOSING DATE : 03 January 2018. 12h00 Midday

Stipend R5000 for 92X Positions at International Relations Dept

Duration of Programme : 12 (twelve) months
Number of Interns to participate in the programme : Ninety two (92)
Stipend : R5000 per month

The Department of International Relations and Cooperation is inviting applications for a twelve (12) month Internship Programme as a contribution towards Skills Development as well as giving unemployed graduates an opportunity to gain experience in various areas.


Applicants must have a degree (NQF 7) or diploma (NQF 6) in any of the afore-mentioned disciplines and must be at least 18 to 35 years old.


  • Only first time Internship Programme participants will be considered.
  • Successful candidates must be willing to sign an oath of secrecy with the Department.
  • Applicants will be expected to be available for selection and interviews at a time, date and place as determined by the Department. Interns will be placed within the Department of International Relations and Cooperation at the Head Office in Pretoria. It is, therefore, required that candidates should have their own transport and accommodation.
  • All appointments are subject to the verification of qualifications, citizenship, reference checks and security vetting.
  • If you are in possession of foreign qualifications, an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) must accompany your application.
  • Failure to submit the required documents/information will result in your application not being considered.
  • No late applications will be considered / accepted.
  • Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only; should you not be contacted within three (3) months after the closing date, please consider your application as unsuccessful.
  • Please note that successful interns will be expected to sign an Internship Contract/Agreement with the Department.

Note: Candidates who have already participated in an Internship Programme in any Government Department will not be considered.

The Department of International Relations and Cooperation is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer with clear employment equity targets. Qualified women and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

How To Apply

Applications must be submitted on a Z83 form (duly completed & signed), obtainable from any Public Service department and must be accompanied by a comprehensive CV and certified copies of qualifications (including academic transcripts), reflecting compliance with the minimum requirements as well as certified copy of your ID.

  • Please indicate the study field / area at the reference number.
  • If you apply for more than one (1) study field / area, please complete a Z83 for each study field /area and forward to the individual e-mail addresses.
  • Quote the reference number or study field / area in the subject line of the e-mail in order to receive an acknowledgement.
  • No faxed / hand-delivered applications will be considered.

Study Field / Area

Enquiries: Ms K Padayachee, tel. (012) 351 0319