SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICE is looking for a GENERAL WORKER. Division: Human Resource Development SALARY: R104 073 per annum (Level 02) CENTRE: SAPS Academy, Hammanskraal.


The following are the general minimum criteria for the positions: Applicants must demonstrate expertise in the post-specific core tasks. You must be proficient in at least two official languages, one of which must be English. You must be a South African citizen. There must be no prior criminal or departmental convictions or outstanding criminal or departmental proceedings. Applicants will go through a vetting procedure that includes security screening and fingerprint verification. Additional requirements include: A Grade 10 certification will be advantageous. Literacy, numeracy, and communication abilities are required. Be 61 able to read and write; be able to operate basic machinery and equipment; and be willing to work long hours when required.


Keeping a high degree of hygiene in and around the workplace by cleaning the SAPS premises allocated to, which may comprise either or both interior and exterior characteristics; Routine chores include cleaning, polishing furniture and floors, vacuuming carpets and mopping tile floors, removing trash, and doing maintenance activities in and around the allotted premises. Bathrooms and kitchens that are clean; Keeping and managing a range of cleaning aids for the premises; Goods loading and unloading; Garden care services; washing and cleaning of state vehicles, cookware, and utensils; and reporting of losses and damages incurred while performing cleaning responsibilities.


ENQUIRIES: Lt Colonel Masemola (Telephone: (012 334 3893) / Captain Hagen (Telephone: (012 334 3796) / PPO Mahlangu (Telephone: (012 334 2112) / PO Moreme (Telephone: (012 334 3894) / PO Kekana (Telephone: (012 334 3894) / PO Kekana (Telephone: (012 334 3894) (012 334 3513).

APPLICATIONS: may be sent or dropped off at the following address: 429 Helen Joseph Street, Pretoria, 0001; Shorburg Building, 6th Floor (HRM).

ONLY THE OFFICIAL APPLICATION FORM (AVAILABLE ON THE SAPS WEBSITE AND AT SAPS RECRUITING OFFICES) WILL BE ACCEPTED. The previously approved Z83 will no longer be accepted. All of the instructions on the application form must be followed. 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, a thorough Curriculum Vitae must be supplied.

Copies of an applicant’s ID, any educational credentials received, service certificates from prior employers identifying the profession, evidence of relevant experience in the area of the job, and a driver’s license are required. Qualifications and driver’s licenses supplied will be verified with the appropriate institutions.

The South African Police Service will verify applicants’ addresses and perform reference checks. Appointments shall be made in accordance with the Public Service Act of 1994 as it applies to the post context. If an applicant is shortlisted, he or she may expect to go through a personal interview as well as a practical exam.

All candidates who have been shortlisted will have their references checked. Short-listed applicants will be verified in accordance with the Criminal Law (Sexual Offenses and Related Matters) Amendment Act, 2007 (Act No 32 of 2007) and the Children’s Act, 2005. (Act No 38 of 2005). A applicant whose name appears on the National Register of Sexual Offenders or Part B of the Child Protection Register will be excluded from being appointed to that position. Fingerprinting will be performed on all short-listed applicants.

Correspondence will only be sent to successful applicants. If you have not been contacted within three months after the advertisement’s closing date, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. The South African Police Service is under no duty to fill a position once it has been advertised.

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