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Applications must be submitted on the prescribed form Z83 (obtainable from
any Public Service Department office i.e. effective 01 January 2021. Should an
application be received using incorrect application employment form Z83, it will
be disqualified), which must be originally signed and dated by the applicant and
which must be accompanied by a detailed CV (with full particulars of the
applicants’ training, qualifications, competencies, knowledge & experience)
and clear copies of original educational qualification certificates, ID document
and Driver’s license (where applicable). Failure to comply with the above
instructions will result in applications being disqualified. Applicants applying for
more than one post must submit a separate form Z83 (as well as the
documentation mentioned above) in respect of each post being applied for. If
an applicant wishes to withdraw an application it must be done in writing.
Should an application be received where an applicant applies for more than
one post on the same applications form, the application will only be considered
for the first post indicated on the application and not for any of the other posts.
Under no circumstances will photostat copies or faxed copies of application
documents be accepted. The successful candidates will be subjected to
Personnel Suitability Checks (criminal record, citizenship & financial/asset
record checks and qualification and employment verification). Successful
candidates will also be subjected to security clearance processes. Applicants
who do not receive confirmation or feedback within 3 (three) months after the
closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful. Due to the large
volume of responses anticipated, receipt of applications will not be
acknowledged and correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates
only. For more information on the job description(s) please contact the person
indicated in the post details. Successful candidates will be appointed on
probation for the period of twelve (12) months in terms of the prescribed rules.

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