Johannesburg Metro Police Traineeships 1500 Positions

Johannesburg Metro Police Traineeships 1500 Positions

Metropolitan Police Officer Trainees

The City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality is looking for 1 500 enthusiastic, committed and brave men and women of the highest integrity to undergo an intense training programme where they will stand to become elite trainee members of the Metropolitan Police Officers.

Johannesburg Metro Police

Metro Police Trainees will be accepted and undergo training and, upon successful completion of the training, be considered for employment as Metro Police Officers

Requirements:

Applicants must:

  • Be South African citizens
  • Be in possession of a valid Senior Certificate (Grade 12 or equivalent NQF Level 4)
  • Be domiciled within the jurisdiction of the Johannesburg Metropolitan area (applicants must provide original proof of residence)
  • Be between the ages of 18 and 35 years
  • Be physically and mentally fit (comprehensive medical certificate must be submitted together wifh the application)
  • Be able to subject themselves to and successfully complete a pre-training fitness test
  • Have no cnminal conviction/record
  • Have no civil judgement(s) relating to fraud and/or corruption against their name
  • Be prepared to allow their biometric data and other information be taken for purposes of checking for criminal records
  • Be proficient in English
  • Be in possession of a valid minimum Code B driver’s licence (manual transmission)
  • Have no objection and be prepared to carry a firearm and the scheduled uniform.

Personal attributes:

Candidates should be reliable, honest, have the highest sense of justice and integrity, a positive attitude, be patient and have the ability to work under pressure, under all weather conditions and shift hours.

Terms of Training:

For the duration of training, trainees will be subjected to the terms of training contracts. The City will pay a stipend.

Upon completion of training

As a Qualified Metropolitan Police Officer, the successful candidate must take the oath of office as determined by the Municipality and will be deployed to any area within Johannesburg municipal boundaries.

How to apply

Closing date is 04 May 2017.

Submission of documents: Updated CVs with certified copies of qualifications, driver’s licence, SA ID and medical certificate and original proof of residence can be e-mailed to: response@staffingdirect.co.za or faxed to 086 618 0215.

For hand delivery documents can be handed at SD Recruitment, Randburg Garden Mall, 343 Kent Avenue, Randburg from 08:00 to 16:00

Enquiries: Please contact Michelle Peters, tel. (011) 781-0391

Joburg is a world-class African City
These are employment equity targeted positions and preference will be given to EE targeted groups, including people with disabilities.

The City of Johannesburg is an equal opportunity employment and reserves the right not to make an appointment. Appointments will be made in accordance with the COJ’s E Policy.

If you have not heard from us within 6 weeks of the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful.

 

Unemployed people willing to start working at anytime are needed to register at this database

How To Register as a Work-seeker at the department of labour database

Unemployed people can register as work-seekers at their nearest labour centre. This will enable employers to find them if they are looking for candidates for learnerships.

Registering as work-seeker

Unemployed people should use the following steps to register as work-seekers:

Step 1: Complete the Work-seeker Registration Form

Unemployed people must complete the Work-seeker Registration Form and hand it in at their nearest labour centre.

Step 2: Keep your contact details up to date

Work-seekers must keep in contact with the labour centre and let them know as soon as their details change.

Step 3: Be prepared for interviews

Keep your CV up to date and prepare for interviews.

Related Links

The Skills Development Act requires all new learners to sign an employment contract with their employer

The Skills Development Act provides procedures for resolving disputes about learnerships (a type of apprenticeship)

The Skills Development Act allows Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs) to start learnerships only if certain conditions are met

The Skills Development Levy Act stipulates that employers must register to pay the levy.

Workers should ask and encourage employers to start learnerships.

All employers must fill in and send forms with a copy of the registration certificate of the Registrar of Companies or their ID document to register with the fund.

How to contact the Department of Labour

Downlad work seeker Registration form

 

National Treasury: CA Traineeship Programme 2017

Closing Date: 30 September 2016

CAA trainees are offered competitive market – related salaries, which are structured accordi ng to the individual qualifications .

Criteria

To qualify for the CAA, candidates must have completed or be in their final year of completing the Certificate in the T heory of Accounting (CTA) , Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting (PGDA) or B.Com Accounting Honours , which will enable them to write the qualifying board examination.

How to apply 

Download and Complete and submit the CAA application form, and attach the following:

• Completed application form • Certified copy of your SA identity document • Full official academic record

Submit completed applications via e – mail to caa@treasury.gov.za  or Post to: The Training Officer National Treasury Private Bag X 115 Pretoria 0001 Closing dates for applications: 30 September 201 6