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PROVINCIAL INSPECTOR: TRAFFIC LAW ENFORCEMENT (X28 POSTS)
SALARY: R241 485 – R281 559 per annum (Level 06)
CENTRE: Graaff–Reinet Ref No: DOT 121/08/2023 (X3 Posts) Aberdeen Ref No: DOT 122/08/2023 (X3 Posts) Port St John’s Ref No: DOT 123/08/2023 Lusikisiki Ref No: DOT 124/08/2023 (X2 Posts) Amathole Ref No: DOT 125/08/2023 (X13 Posts) Steynsburg Ref No: DOT 126/08/2023 (X3 Posts) KSD Ref No: DOT 127/08/2023 (X3 Posts)
REQUIREMENTS: National Senior Certificate, Basic Traffic Diploma. A valid driver’s license (code B). No criminal record. Knowledge: Knowledge of road traffic and public transport policies and regulations. Law enforcement knowledge in traffic and Public Transport. Vehicle Inspections. Vehicle Impoundment. Completion of law enforcement documents. Knowledge of the Firearm & Ammunition Act. Knowledge of Dangerous goods. Guidelines from the Director of Public Prosecutions.
DUTIES: Enforce Road Traffic, Public Passenger and Transport Legislation and Implement planned and approved traffic law enforcement activities. Ensure the free flow of traffic through point duty and traffic control in congested areas. Coordinate activities and safeguard accident scenes, identify and advise management on hazardous locations. Participate in traffic policing projects and speed testing operations. Issues notices and executes arrests under relevant Acts, directives and procedures and attends court proceedings and give evidence.
Escort abnormal vehicles and loads to ensure the safe movement thereof and coordinate overload control management (includes goods and passengers). Examine Drivers’ Licenses and Motor Vehicles. Conduct learner and driver license tests. Conduct vehicle road-worthy tests. Provide visible Traffic Control/Policing and promote /ensure crime prevention activities. Assist in planning visible traffic policing by providing assistance to motorists and executing escort duties. Participate in roadblocks and/or special law enforcement operations. Patrolling of roads in dedicated area and warning motorists at hazardous locations (i.e. damaged road surfaces, breakdown of vehicles). Perform all administrative activities and related duties.
Maintain effective administrative procedures. Compliance with the Firearm and Ammunition Act 60/2000 with activities as outlined in the operational plans. Participate in Human Resource Development Programs. Promote effective and efficient service delivery to clients. Maintain professional corporate image of Directorate: Traffic Law Enforcement.
ENQUIRIES: can be directed to Mr M.L. Ngcobo / Mrs N. Nyamakazi Tel No: (043) 604 7674 / 7539 / 7572 / 7504 e-recruitment technical enquiries: email@example.com
APPLICATIONS: Applications must be submitted via the provincial e-recruitment system only which is available on https://erecruitment.ecotp.gov.za. The e-recruitment system closes at 23: 59 on the closing date. To Report technical glitches, for assistance regarding the system and for activation of profile sending email with your id number, profile email address, details of the issue to: Simphiwe.Mgudlwa@ectransport.gov.za (NB: For Technical Glitches Only – NO CVs). Should you submit your applications/CVs to Simphiwe.Mgudlwa@ectransport.gov.za and not as specified – your application will be regarded as lost and will not be considered. Technical support is limited to working hours: (08:00-16:30 Mon-Thursday and 08:00- 16:00 on Fridays). Applicants are encouraged to use E-Recruitment System
FOR ATTENTION: Mr M.L Ngcobo / Mrs N. Nyamakazi
CLOSING DATE: 01 September 2023
NOTE: Applications must be submitted on a duly complete New Z83 form obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the internet at www.dpsa.gov.za/documents. Applicants are not required to submit copies of qualifications and other relevant documents until further notice, but must submit a fully completed signed Z83 form and detailed Curriculum Vitae NB: Z83 in the e-recruitment system is currently not downloadable and therefore not signable; so, applicants who submitted applications via the e-recruitment system will therefore not be disqualified for an unsigned Z83 instead will be requested to sign on interview day.
Shortlisted candidates will be required to submit certified copies of qualifications, and other relevant documents to HR on or before the day of the interview: Should you be in possession of a foreign qualification; it must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA) when submitted. Failure to submit all the requested documents will disqualify your application. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted within six (6) months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.
Selected candidates will be subjected to a personnel suitability check (criminal record check, citizenship verification, financial/asset record check, qualification/study verification and previous employment verification). Successful candidates will also be subjected to security clearance processes. Where applicable, candidates will be subjected to a skills/knowledge test. Successful candidates will be appointed on a probation period of twelve (12) months. Misrepresentation in the application documents will result in automatic disqualification and disciplinary action in the event the candidate has already been appointed. The Department reserves the right not to make appointment(s) to the advertised post(s).
Persons with disability and people from previously disadvantaged groups are encouraged to apply. Employment equity targets of the department will be adhered to. For SMS (Senior Management Service) Posts: In terms of DPSA Directive on compulsory capacity development, mandatory training, and minimum entry requirements for members of the Senior Management Level for SMS appointments, it is a requirement for applicants to produce or attach a pre-entry Certificate (Nyukela) as offered by the National School of Government (NSG) for entry into the SMS posts and the full details can be sourced by following the link: https://www.thensg.gov.za/training-course/sms-pre-entry-programme.
Successful candidates will be appointed on a probation period of 12 / 24 months. The competency assessment will be testing generic managerial competencies using the mandated DPSA SMS competency assessment tools. People with disabilities who meet the requirements will be given preference. ERRATUM: Kindly note that the following 3 posts were advertised in Public Service Vacancy Circular 23 dated 07 July 2023, Assistant Director: District Transport Safety; OR Tambo (Ref No: DOT81/07/2023) & Chris Supervisor): Asset Register & Inventory Management, Chris Hani District (Ref.DOT 181/07/2023); the posts have been withdrawn Hani (Ref No: DOT 82/07/2023). Coordinator (Professional Development): Centre for Technical Development; Head Office: KWT (Ref No: DOT162/07/2023). SCM Clerk.