SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE is looking for food service aid in the division of human resources development. The center of this position is SAPS Academy, Hammanskraal.
REQUIREMENTS FOR FOOD SERVICE AID
The following are the general minimum criteria for the positions: Applicants must demonstrate expertise in the fundamental tasks of the position; Be able to communicate in at least two official languages, one of which must be English; Be a citizen of South Africa; There must be no prior criminal or departmental convictions or outstanding criminal/departmental charges; Applicants will go through a vetting procedure that includes a security check and fingerprint verification.
Additional Requirements: A Grade 10 certificate will be advantageous; Skills in basic reading, numeracy, and communication; Ability to read and write a basic understanding of how to operate machinery and equipment; When required, willing to work longer hours.
Prepare and serve refreshments; provide food service assistance; prepare meals and clean equipment; prepare dining halls; maintain a clean and sanitary working environment Perform general administrative duties in the catering industry.
WHERE DO I APPLY?
ENQUIRIES : may be directed to: Lt Colonel Masemola Tel No: (012 334 3893) / Captain
Hagen Tel No: (012 334 3796) / PPO Mahlangu Tel No: (012 334 2112) / PO
Moreme Tel No: (012 334 3894) / PO Kekana Tel No: (012 334 3513)
APPLICATIONS: may be sent or delivered to Shorburg Building 6th Floor (HRM), 429 Helen Joseph Street, Pretoria, 0001
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 26 JUNE, 2022 at 16:00. Applications must be sent in a timely manner. Applications received after the deadline will not be accepted or evaluated.
Only the official application form will be accepted (available on the SAPS website and in SAPS recruitment offices). The Z83 that was previously used will not be accepted. The application form’s requirements must be followed to the letter. Failure to do so may result in the application being rejected. On the application form, the post particulars and reference number must be appropriately given.
Along with the application form, you must provide a detailed curriculum vitae. Copies of an applicant’s identification, all educational credentials, service certificates from prior employers identifying the profession, evidence of relevant experience in the area of the job, and a driver’s license are all required. The qualifications and driver’s licenses that are provided will be verified by the appropriate institutions. The South African Police Service will examine applicants’ addresses and perform background checks.
Appointments shall be made in accordance with the Public Service Act of 1994, as it applies to the position. If a candidate is chosen for further consideration, he or she will be subjected to a personal interview as well as a practical examination. All candidates who have been shortlisted will have their references checked. The Criminal Law (Sexual Offenses and Related Matters) Amendment Act, 2007 (Act No 32 of 2007) and the Children’s Act, 2005 will be used to assess short-listed applicants for appointment to specific defined jobs (Act No 38 of 2005). An applicant whose information appears in the National Register for Sexual Offenders or Part B of the Child Protection Register is ineligible for the position. Fingerprinting will be performed on all short-listed applicants.
Only those who are chosen for an interview will be contacted. Please acknowledge that your application was unsuccessful if you have not been contacted within three months of the advertisement’s closing date. The South African Police Service is not obligated to fill a position once it has been advertised.
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