An annual salary of R202 233 is offered
CENTRE: National Head Office in Pretoria
Administration Clerk Vacancy at the South African Police Service
A Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or National Certificate (Vocational) recording on the National Learner Record Database (NLRD) on NQF level 4 must demonstrate competency in the core functions of the post. A three (3) Diploma / Degree recorded on the National Learner Record Database (NLRD) on NQF level 6 or higher in the field of post will serve as an added advantage.
In addition to being fluent in two official languages, one of which must be English, you must speak at least two other official languages as well. An applicant must be a South African citizen. There must be no previous criminal convictions or criminal pending cases. Applicants will undergo a security screening and fingerprint verification process. Be able to work extended hours and under pressure.
Manage Absenteeism Management within the office of the Divisional Commissioner: Legal Services. Perform administrative duties for the office. Handle correspondence files within your environment. Manage logistical issues within your environment. Manage absenteeism documents received and maintain leave registers. Provide financial administrative support.
Contact Colonel Nonkenyana / Lieutenant Colonel Mokholoane / Captain Masetlwa at 066 486 4393 / 082 773 3890 / 083 779 7886
How to apply
The application forms can be mailed or delivered to the following addresses: Postal Address: Division of Legal Services, South African Police Service, Private Bag X 94, Pretoria, 0001, Hand Delivery: 152 Telkom Towers Johannes Ramokhoase Street, Pretoria. [email protected]/ [email protected]
It is important to note that only the official application form (available on SAPS’ website (www.saps.gov.za) and in SAPS Police Stations) will be accepted. Z83s previously utilized will no longer be accepted. All instructions on the application form must be followed.
An application that does not comply with these instructions may be rejected. The post particulars and reference number of the post must be correctly specified. Along with the application form, applicants are required to submit a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae.
The South African Police Service will verify the residential address of applicants and conduct references checks. Short-listed applicants will be required to provide original documentation. Qualifications and driver’s licences submitted (where required) will be verified by the relevant institutions.
According to the Public Service Act, 1994 (Act No 103 OF 1994), appointments will be made to the post environment. Applications must be posted / submitted timeously. Late applications will not be accepted or considered. Short-listed candidates will be expected to undergo both a personal interview and a practical assessment.
Shortlisted candidates for appointment to certain identified posts will be vetted in accordance with the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act, 2007 (Act No 32 of 2007) and the Children’s Act, 2005 (Act No 38 of 2005). Candidate whose details appear on either the National Register for Sex Offenders or the Child Protection Register Part B will be excluded.
For the purpose of determining their forensic DNA profile, all new appointments in the South African Police Service will have to provide a buccal (inside cheek) sample as of 31 January 2015. In addition to loading forensic DNA profiles into the Elimination Index of the National Forensic DNA Database, all short-listed candidates will have their fingerprints screened and their references checked.
You are not eligible if you retired from the Public Service with a severance package, early retirement, or medical reasons. Correspondence will be conducted only with successful candidates. You will accept the rejection of your application if you have not been contacted within 3 months of this advertisement’s closing date.
After an advertisement for a post, the South African Police Service is not required to fill it. Through the filling of these posts, the South African Police Service intends to promote representivity in the Public Service as an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. Therefore, people whose transfer / appointment will enhance representivity will receive priority.
Closing Date:26 May 2023