The South African Police Service thusly welcomes the jobless to go after positions that are accessible at the nation over in the diverse commonplace police administrations.
The SA Police Service has opportunities at a wide range of common police benefits the nation over. You can apply for work at the neighborhood police administration in your area or at a region that you wish to move to.
The SAPS offers vocations in different fields. In the event that you join the SAPS, you can either turn into a police official or a non-military personnel representative. Police authorities are utilized regarding the South African
REF NO: RIM 01/09/2020 (X1 POST)
- Applicants must display competency in the post-specific functions of the post;
- Be in possession of a Senior Certificate (Grade 12)
- Be a SA Citizen, Be fluent in at least two official languages, of which one must be English Must have no previous convictions or cases pending.
- Applicants will be subjected to a vetting process which will include security screening and fingerprint verification
- Ref No: TMS 33/2020: Head Office – Pretoria (X3 Posts)
- Ref No: TMS 34/2020: Eastern Cape – East London (X1 Post)
- Ref No: TMS 35/2020: Free State – Welkom (X1 Post)
- Applicants must display competency in the post-specific functions of the post; be a South African Citizen
- ; A minimum of Grade 10/ Std 8 qualification will serve as an advantage;
- Basic literacy, numeracy and communication skills
- Be able to read and write.
- The ability to operate elementary machines and equipment
- Willing to work extended hours, when necessary;
- Fluency in at least two official languages, of which one must be English;
- Must have no previous convictions or cases pending
- . Applicant will be subjected to a vetting process which include security screening and fingerprint verification willing to work irregular hours.
HOW TO APPLY
SAPS : VACANCIES
Short-listed candidates for appointment to certain identified posts, will be vetted in terms of 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).