HUMAN RESOURCE CLERK REF NO: S-002436

SALARY : R142 461 per annum (plus benefits)

CENTRE : Cullinan Care and Rehabilitation Centre

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 or B-degree/Diploma in Human Resource at least three years extensive relevant experience in Human Resource environment. Knowledge and understanding of PERSAL, HR prescripts, legislative frameworks and procedure. Good computer skills (MS word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. Ability to work with groups at different levels and coordinate various HR Activities. Ability to work under pressure.

DUTIES : Perform Human Resource Administration functions from appointment to terminations. Process the following matters regarding service benefits: housing, acting allowance, leave, and medical scheme, injury on duty, pension fund overtime, and probation and issuing of long service certificates. Process and amend all PERSAL transactions. Collecting of data for delegation (statistics) report Manage source and select functions pertaining: preparation of advert/s to GSSC. retrieve all adverts from website and place on notice board/sand keeping records of all adverts. Leave audits, staff verification and checking institutional attendance registers

ENQUIRIES : Mr. JK Makhoba Tel (012 734 7050)

APPLICATIONS : Applications must be submitted to-Cullinan Care and Rehabilitation Centre. Private Bag x1005 Cullinan 1000/ Cullinan Care and Rehabilitation Centre, Rayton Road, Cullinan, 1000

REGISTERY CLERK (HRM) REF NO: Q9/2016/30

SALARY : R132 399 per annum (Salary level 5) .The successful candidate will be required
to sign a performance agreement.

CENTRE : National Office: Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS : Applicants should be in possession of a Senior Certificate or equivalent
qualification plus relevant experience in knowledge of National Archives and
Records Service Act. Knowledge of PERSAL will be an added advantage.
DUTIES : Key Competencies include: Open, sort and distribute daily mail, Dispatch mail.
Drawing files, filing documents, tracing and maintain files ( SP, SL, SH SE),
Managing files in the Registry, Arranging filling system, Keeping and updating
registers both manual and on computer. Responsible for operating and control
over fox and photocopying machine, knowledge of Basic Employment Act and
PERSAL. Ability to work under pressure, Computer literacy (Ms Word, Excel and
Power Point). Good planning and organizing skills and providing support to the
Human Resource Directorate.

ENQUIRIES : Ms Portia Hlalele @ 012 399 0189

APPLICATIONS : Independent Police Investigative Directorate, Private Bag X 941, Pretoria, 0001
or, hand delivered to City Forum Building, 114 Madiba Street, Pretoria Central.

FOR ATTENTION : Mr N Nekhumbe @ 012 399 0213

CLOSING DATE : 29 March 2016

NOTE : Only White Females/Males Coloured Males, Indian Males, African Males are
encouraged to apply.

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Interview tips

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An interview is a 2-way process

  • The interviewer will be looking for a person who fits the job requirement
  • It’s an opportunity for you to make sure that the job is right for you

Preparing for the interview

Preparation is important, as you want to show the interviewer that you are well-suited for the job.

  • Confirm the time, date and venue of the interview
  • Plan your wardrobe – dressing smartly shows the interviewer that you are taking the interview seriously
  • Be punctual, plan your journey in advance and allow enough time to get there
  • Do your research and check the employer’s website for recent news
  • Practise answering interview questions

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HOME AFFAIRS LEARNERSHIPS

Department of Home Affairs has introduced the Cadet Programme / Learnership. This Learnership is one of the many youth empowerment initiatives that support the National Development Plan’s idea of formalised recruitment schemes that through theoretical training and experiential learning afford unemployed graduate youth in South Africa the opportunity to gain skills, knowledge and experience whilst at the same time, positioning themselves for active and meaningful participation in the labour market.

Quoting the relevant reference number (Ref. HRMC 78 / 15 / 1), direct your application and all supporting documents by the closing date to the Department of Home Affairs Head Office, Private Bag X114, Pretoria 0001 or hand deliver at Hallmark Building, 230 Johannes Ramokhoase (Proes) Street, cnr Thabo Sehume Andries, Pretoria.

Enquiries: Ms F Kwape, or Mr J Modipa,

Qualifying learners and aspiring Public Servants who are technologically savvy, patriotic, security conscious and share in this dynamic Department’s vision of a safe, secure South Africa where all its people are proud of, and value, their identity and citizenship, are encouraged to apply for enrollment on this very prestigious and enriching cadet / learnership programme.

Requirements

• South African citizens only, aged between 18 and 35 years • Patriotic • A 3-year National Diploma / Degree or an equivalent NQF Level 7 qualification in any of the fields of study listed below • Good academic record • No criminal record • Basic computer literacy • Positive attitude • Willingness to learn and grow • Ethical conduct • Honesty and integrity • Customer service orientation • Learning potential • Good communication skills. Graduates in the following fields who come from previously disadvantaged communities as well as people living with disabilities are encouraged to apply:

Field 

• Information Technology • Public Administration • Office Administration / Management • Business Analysis • Law / Legal / Paralegal • Communications / Public Relations / Marketing • Logistics / Supply Chain Management • Software Design / Development / Engineering • Finance • Auditing • Statistics • Research and Development

Department of Correctional Services Learnership Application

Closing Date: 02 June 2017 at 15:45
Duration: 12 Months
Stipend: R3500.00

The DCS is looking for persons from various communities, interests and with appropriate qualifications to enter into a Further Education and Training Certificate in the Corrections Services Learnership (NQF Level 4). The function of these trainees shall be to contribute towards the rehabilitation of offenders through correction and human development in secure, safe and humane detention or under the community-based correctional supervision. English will be used as a medium of instruction.

Basic enlistment requirements

  • South Africans who are in possession of a Grade 12/Standard 10 Certificate; or
  • South Africans who have successfully completed the National Certificate in Vocational Studies (NQF Level 4); or
  • South Africans who have successfully completed a Further Education and Training Certificate NQF (Level 4).

NB:

Candidates with additional qualifications (s) such as  diploma or degree related corrections / penology / criminology shall be given a preference. Unemployed graduates who have completed other post school qualifications relevant to the correctional  services environment are also encouraged to apply. Additioinal qualifications shall not be recognised for the stipend paid or for future remuniration purposes.

Furthermore, applicants must be South Africans who

  1. Are between 21 and 35 years of age;
  2. Have a strong character;
  3. Disclose information and be prepared to undergo personal suitability checks related to their background, citizenship, qualifications and criminal record
  4. Are law-abiding citizens and are without criminal records (particulars of the pending criminal cases must be provided during the selection process).
  5. Are prepared to subject themselves to selection process conducted by DCS.

The FET Certificate In Corrections Services Learnership

The learnership is outcome-based and is intended to contribute towards addressing the skills shortage in South Africa. The Corrections Services Learnership is based on a legally binding agreement between the employer, learner and service provider.

The Learnership Programme shall be presented for a period of one year consisting of:

The learnership comprises of ±30% of work which is theoretical or instructional learning and ±70% which is workplace learning in nature. the portion of the training will also include exposure to the correctional centres.

Theory

A ± 30% intensive instructional learning theory, which is inclusive of firearm, physical and self-defense training, which will take place at designated accredited DCS colleges. Free accommodation, meals, training material, uniform (field wear and tracksuit) shall be provided during this training phase. The obligatory theoretical training strictly requires the learner to be accommodated at the Training College on a full-time basis.

Workplace Training

This is a ± 70% workplace learning phase that shall take place at the Correctional and Social Reintegration Centres/Units. Please note that this will entail duties related to the rehabilitation and provision of security to offenders. During this phase, learners shall continue receiving a stipend. The learners shall be responsible for their own accommodation, meals and transport. No pension fund, housing allowance, housing subsidy, danger allowance, medical aid or overtime shall be paid by the employer during the theoretical as well as during the practical training phases. The learner shall be declared competent after the successful completion of the instructional learning phase, the workplace learning phase, the final submission of the Portfolio of Evidence (POE) and the successful external verification by SASSETA. Any contravention or deviation from the learnership agreement during the twelve months period shall be dealt with by the DCS in accordance with Sections 17 and 18 of the Skills Development Act, 97 of 1998. It should be borne in mind that after succesful completion of the learnership, succesful learners will receive an FET certificate in Correctional Services (NQF Level 4). However, the DCS does not guarantee permanent employment on the completion of the qualification.

How to apply 

Complete the application form in your own handwriting. Please take note that these forms are not for sale. Report any form of corruption to either the Department Investigation Unit Hotline 0800 701 701 or use fax number 012 323 7901.

Specify the learnership post which you are applying for (e.g. DCS Corrections Service Learnership: Gauteng Region: Leeuwkop (Ref E02). The application must be signed by the applicant (neither by a proxy, agent nor representative of the applicant).

Attach certified copies of your certificates and ID that are not older than 3 months.

Neither late, incomplete nor unsigned application forms shall be accepted. Furthermore, no photocopies of completed forms, faxed nor e-mailed applications shall be accepted.

Taking into consideration that you have to provide your own transport and accommodation during your experiential learning, you are therefore advised to apply for learnership enrolment within the Region or Management Area closest to your place of residence. The application forms with the accompanying documents can be hand-delivered or posted to the following addresses:

In the case of Western Cape applications, please use the address of the relevant management area.

Eastern Cape(Mr. Thwani: 043 706 7840)

  1. St. Albans (E01 / 2017)
  2. Amathole (E02 / 2017)
  3. Kirkwood (E03 / 2017)
  4. East London (E04 / 2017)
  5. Sada (E05 / 2017)
  6. Umthatha (E06 / 2017)

Regional Commissioner Eastern Cape, Recruitment Section, Private Bag X9013, East London 5200

Block E Ocean Terrance, Moore Street, Quigney, East London 5200

Free State and Northern Cape(Ms M. Maile: 051 404 0277)

  1. Groenpunt (E07  / 2017)
  2. Grootvlei (E08 / 2017)
  3. Colesburg (E09 / 2017)
  4. Kimberley (E10 / 2017)
  5. Upington (E11 / 2017)
  6. Goedemoed (E12 / 2017)
  7. Bizzah makhate (E13 / 2017)

Regional Commissioner

Free State and Northern Cape, Recruitment Section, P/Bag X20530, Bloemfontein 9300.

103 Zastron Street, Agrimed Building

Bloemfontein

9300

Gauteng(012 420 0146, 012 420 0179)

  1. Leeuwkop (E14 / 2017)
  2. Pretoria (E15 / 2017)
  3. Baviaanspoort (E16 / 2017)
  4. Zonderwater (E17 / 2017)
  5. Johannesburg (E18 / 2017)
  6. Boksburg ( E19 / 2017)
  7. Modderbee (E20 / 2017)
  8. Krugersdorp (E21 / 2017)

Regional Commissioner Gauteng, Recruitment Section, P/Bag x393, Pretoria 0001

DSC Pretoria Training Centre, 04 Ketjen Street, Pretoria-West

KwaZulu Natal(Rajashree Moodley: 033 355 7359)

  1. Durban (E022 / 2017)
  2. Kokstad (E23 / 2017)
  3. Pietermaritzburg (E24 / 2017)
  4. Ncome (Ref: E25 / 2017)
  5. Empangeni (E26 / 2017)
  6. Glencoe (E27 / 2017)
  7. Waterval (E28 / 2017)

Regional Commissioner KwaZulu-Natal, Recruitment Section, P/Bag X9126, Pietermaritzburg 3200.

Correctional Services, 01 Eugene Marie Road, Napierville, Pietermaritzburg 3200

Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West(Eddie Nhlengethwa: 012 306 2025)

  1. Polokwane (E29 / 2017)
  2. Barberton (E30 / 2017)
  3. Bethal (E31 / 2017)
  4. Klerksdorp (E32 / 2017)
  5. Rooigrond (E33 / 2017)
  6. Rustenburg (E34 / 2017)
  7. Thohoyandou (E35 / 2017)
  8. Witbank (E36 / 2017)

Regional Commissioner Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North-West, Recruitment Section, P/Bag X142, Pretoria 0001.

Proes & Paul Kruger Street

198 Masada Building, 9th Floor, Pretoria, 0001

Western Cape(Fezile Ngcanga: 021 550 6078)

  1. West Coast(E37 / 2017)
  2. Drakenstein(E38 / 2017)
  3. Allandale( E39 / 2017)
  4. Brandvlei (E40 / 2017)
  5. Pollsmoor(E41 / 2017)
  6. Goodwood(E42 / 2017)
  7. Southern Cape(E43 / 2017)
  8. Voorberg (E44 / 2017)
  9. Overberg (E45 / 2017)
  10. Breede River(E46 / 2017)

The Regional Commisioner Western Cape, Recruitment Section, P/Bag x1 Edgemead, 7407

Breede River Street, Monte Vista

Head Office(Ms. Rose Sekotlong: 012 305 8591)

  1. Head Office Security (HO 01 / 2017)
  2. Zonderwater College Security (HO 02 / 2017)
  3. Kroonstad College Security(HO 03 / 2017)

Private Bag X136

Pretoria

0001

124 WF Nkomo Street

Poyntons Building

Pretoria

0001

6 SIGNS YOU ARE EATING TOO MUCH SUGAR

Do you often feel sluggish and tired throughout the day? Do you regularly crave sugar, even after having a meal? Do you feel you are moodier than usual and have picked up a little extra weight? If your answer to all these questions is: yes, then you are most probably addicted to sugar. This blog post will explore the six signs you should look out for if you think you might be consuming too much sugar. Worst case scenario, you are addicted…well,  then here are a few tips to help you curb the temptation and cut down on your sugar intake.

Below are six warning signs you should look out for:

  1. Lack of energy

This sounds a little fishy, doesn’t it? Normally when a person consumes too much sugar, we describe it as a ‘sugar high’ due to excessive amounts of energy displayed by said person. So can sluggishness be true? The answer is, yes! Even though sugar results in instant energy, excessive amounts of sugar can cause the opposite.The truth is, if you experience any lack of energy, sluggishness or even pain in your joints and muscles… you are most likely addicted to sugar. In some cases, consuming a lot of sugar can mean that you are not eating enough fiber and protein, which is essential to provide energy to your body.

  1. Anxiety and depression

Once your sugar levels start to drop, anxiety and depression will kick in. A high sugar intake will not only affect your body, but also your emotions. You may experience feelings such as or similar to sadness, nervousness, anxiety, constant worry and social withdrawal.

  1. Got a sweet tooth?

It’s a very simple concept: the more sugar you eat, the more you will crave it. If you find yourself craving sweet stuff almost every day, then you are addicted to sugar. Due to the highs and lows that come with sugar cravings, the more you eat it the more you will crave it. Your body will crash on a low sugar intake. Over time, your body gets used to these high levels of sugar and will constantly demand it to remove your body from its low back to a sugary high. Another downfall that comes with the increased amount of sugar is the numerous tooth cavities you are likely to develop.

If you are wondering how sugar causes cavities, here is a little explanation. Sugar will normally find its way into the little gaps and spaces in and around your teeth. When the bacteria in your mouth digests any type of carbohydrate a certain type of acid is produced. This acid combines with your saliva to produce plaque. If this plaque is not properly brushed away, it can affect your teeth by causing your tooth enamel to erode, this is how cavities start to develop.

 

  1. Skin and feet issues

Excessive amounts of sugar can result in a breakout. A sugar binge can sometimes make an appearance on your face within only a few days. There are a few symptoms specifically relating to your skin that are signs of a high sugar intake; these include: acne, eczema, extremely oily or dry skin and lastly, rosacea. Too much sugar can also result in dark circles under your eyes as well as inflamed skin, especially on your feet. The inflamed skin on the feet can cause tremendous amounts of pain as well as cracked or extremely dry or oily feet.

  1. Weight gain

The saying goes, everything in moderation. So if you eat too much of anything – especially sugar – you are not doing any good to your body. Since sugar does not fill you up because it has no fiber or protein in it, you just keep eating more and more of it. Excessive amounts of sugar result in excessive amounts of calories and since your body does not require all the extra sugar, those sugar calories get converted into fat which is stored in your body, resulting in weight gain. An increase in weight is also due to the release of the hormone insulin. Insulin is a hormone produced by your pancreas and is responsible for carrying sugar to your organs. Too much sugar means your body will produce more insulin… in extreme cases, if the pancreas works in overdrive for a long period of time, diabetes can develop. The path of excessive sugar intake does not stop there and can also cause obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart problems and more.

  1. Chronic diseases and frequent colds and flu

As mentioned above, high sugar levels can lead to the development of various chronic diseases. One of them is high blood pressure. Normal blood pressures levels are 120/80 or lower; high sugar intake can push your blood pressure over this mark. Another possible disease that could develop is cholesterol which is the development of fat circulating in your blood. All the sugar in your body will increase the bad cholesterol in your body and ultimately lower the good cholesterol. Cardiac or heart issues are also connected with a high sugar diet. Lastly, diabetes occurs due to a sugary diet and results in weight gain. Another important thing to mention is the weakening effect sugar has on your body’s immune system, resulting in frequent colds and flu.

How to beat sugar addiction:

To start, simply be more aware of the food you consume… especially your sugar intake. It is also important to remember that there are many healthy foods that naturally contain sugar already, so adding processed sugars on top of that can never be a good thing.

Eat regularly and in small amounts, but more importantly eat the right foods: healthy fats, fruit and vegetables. Some experts strongly believe in detoxing as a cure for sugar craving, others don’t… see what works for you. Avoid emotional eating, ask yourself why you are eating. If the reason is anything besides being hungry, put the food down.

Reduce the number of processed foods in your diet, these types of food often contain extremely high amounts of sugar. If you are tired, you will most likely eat more – so be sure to get enough sleep. Be aware of sugar substitutes (honey and syrups) as well as dried fruit; even though they are healthier options, they still contain sugar. Be aware to eat these items in moderation.

Drink more water… if you feel the urge to consume sugar, rather drink water as it reduces your appetite. I’ll leave you with a little tip, add cinnamon wherever you can, it reduces your urge for sweets and also improves the function of insulin in your cells to assist in maintaining blood sugar levels.

If you are reading this, and realise you might be addicted to sugar… you are not alone. Take it step by step rather than leap and fail. Any little improvement towards reducing your sugar intake is better than nothing at all. You’ve got this!

source alisonlove

General Assistant Job for Grade 10 people

General Assistant Job for Grade 10 people

Reference Number:RSWD0916S
Position:General Assistant

Department:  Roads and Stormwater
Division:Maintenance
Salary:R87 372 – R103 140 per annum (plus benefits)

Minimum Requirements:

  • Grade 10
  • Relevant experience

Core Responsibilities:

  • Repairing of tar roads
  • Mix and slurry
  • Sweep and clean gutters, street and sidewalks
  • Offload clean and store equipment and tools

Applications must be submitted to the following Human Resource Office:

  • August Simmer Building, Ground Floor, 88 President Street, Germiston
  • PO Box 145, Germiston, 1400
  • Enquiries: 011 999 1602/1603/1815

No faxed and e-mailed applications will be accepted. Please quote reference number on application.

Applications will not be considered if the necessary copies of the required qualifications, identity documents, driver’s license (if applicable) and current professional registration (if applicable), are not attached to the application / CV. 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 Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality subscribes to the principles of the Employment Equity Act.

Closing date:2017/04/06

Pharmacist Assistant Learnership Programme 2017 , for people with grade 12

The Learnership programme consists of structured learning components combined with practical/workplace experience which totals to 1 400 learning hours. The qualification is Unit Standard Based and the programme is registered with the Education, Training and Development Practices SETA (ETDP) and will be accredited by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA).

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Closing Date: 09 April 2017
Location: Meadowview

key output

THE LEARNER WILL ACHIEVE THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS FROM THIS PROGRAM:

  • Obtain a recognised and portable qualification Pharmacist Assistance, NQF Level 3
  • Gain access to the industry with a better employment profile.

personal skills 

  • Strong English communication skills
  • Self – motivated with a desire to learn
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Basic computer

Qualification

Candidates must

  • Be South African Citizens;
  • Hold a valid & recognised Matric with Maths (Minimum D Symbol – Level 4) & English (Minimum C Symbol on Standard Grade – Level 5) and a 2nd Language, (Minimum D or Level 4)
  • Learners must have achieved at least two languages at Matric (Minimum D symbol or Level 4)
  • Not be engaged in post matric studies or formal employment;
  • Not have completed any previous Learnership.
  • Be between the ages of 18 and 30 years;
  • Have effective communication skills in the English language;
  • Possess basic computer skills;
  • Express a keen interest in a pharmacy environment and customer service

How to apply 

Apply Online for the Discovery Pharmacist Assistant Learnership Programme

Discovery: Pharmacist Assistant Learnership Programme 2017

Closing Date: 09 April 2017
Location: Meadowview

The Learnership programme consists of structured learning components combined with practical/workplace experience which totals to 1 400 learning hours. The qualification is Unit Standard Based and the programme is registered with the Education, Training and Development Practices SETA (ETDP) and will be accredited by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA).

key output

THE LEARNER WILL ACHIEVE THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS FROM THIS PROGRAM:

  • Obtain a recognised and portable qualification Pharmacist Assistance, NQF Level 3
  • Gain access to the industry with a better employment profile.

personal skills 

  • Strong English communication skills
  • Self – motivated with a desire to learn
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Basic computer

Qualification

Candidates must

  • Be South African Citizens;
  • Hold a valid & recognised Matric with Maths (Minimum D Symbol – Level 4) & English (Minimum C Symbol on Standard Grade – Level 5) and a 2nd Language, (Minimum D or Level 4)
  • Learners must have achieved at least two languages at Matric (Minimum D symbol or Level 4)
  • Not be engaged in post matric studies or formal employment;
  • Not have completed any previous Learnership.
  • Be between the ages of 18 and 30 years;
  • Have effective communication skills in the English language;
  • Possess basic computer skills;
  • Express a keen interest in a pharmacy environment and customer service

How to apply 

Apply Online for the Discovery Pharmacist Assistant Learnership Programme

Department of Labour is seeking a people with Standard 8 / Grade 10 to assist as an Office assistant

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Department of Labour is seeking a person with Standard 8 / Grade 10 to assist as an Office Aid.

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OFFICE AID REF NO: HR 4/4/4/03/03

SALARY : R100 545 per annum

CENTRE : Labour Centre: Vereeniging

REQUIREMENTS :

  • Standard 8/ Grade 10. Knowledge: Cleaning Practices, Catering, Office Practice.

Skills: Interpersonal relations, Verbal communications, Listening.

DUTIES :

  • Ensure clean office environment at all times e.g dust furniture and equipment.
  • Provide food service (assist in providing tea and water during meetings).
  • Assist in distributing stock.
  • Assist with messenger functions. Distribute incoming faxes, record outgoing faxes, record incoming faxes in the register.

ENQUIRIES : Mr MH Tabane, Tel no: (016) 430 0000

APPLICATIONS : Chief Director: Provincial Operations: PO Box 4560, Johannesburg, 2001 Hand deliever at 77 Korte Street, Braamfontein.

FOR ATTENTION : Sub-directorate: Human Resources Management, Gauteng

CLOSING DATE : 10 April 2017 at 16:00

HOW TO APPLY

NOTE : Applications must be submitted on Z83 Form – CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FORM

OR
Z83 Form – CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FORM, obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the internet at www.gov.za/documents.

The fully completed and signed form Z83 should be accompanied by a recently updated, comprehensive CV as well as recently certified copies( Not older than 3 months after publication of the advert) of all qualification(s) including a Senior Certificate and ID-document [Driver’s license where applicable].

Non-RSA Citizens/Permanent Resident Permit Holders must attach a copy of their Permanent Residence Permits to their applications.

Should you be in possession of a foreign qualification, it must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA).

Applicants who do not comply with the above-mentioned requirements, as well as applications received late, will not be considered.

The Department does not accept applications via fax or email. Failure to submit all the requested documents will result in the application not being considered.

Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only.

If you have not been contacted within eight (8) weeks after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

Suitable candidates will be subjected to a personnel suitability check (criminal record, citizenship, credit record checks, qualification verification and employment verification).

Where applicable, candidates will be subjected to a skills/knowledge test.

All shortlisted candidates for SMS posts will be subjected to a technical competency exercise that intends to test relevant technical elements of the job, the logistics of which be communicated by the Department.

Following the interview and technical exercise, the selection panel will recommend candidates to attend generic managerial competencies using the mandated DPSA SMS competency assessment tools.

Successful candidates will be appointed on a probation period of 12 months.

The Department reserves the right not to make any appointment(s) to the above post.

Successful candidates will be expected to sign a performance agreement.

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