The Mpumalanga Government’s Department of Community Safety, Security and Liaison is inviting applications for its 2016/2017 Traffic Officer Learnerships (Ref No. DCSSL/TM/LP2016) from unemployed young South Africans from previously disadvantaged communities who reside in Mpumalanga. Learners will be placed on a 12-months learnership programme, which will result in learners being awarded a Basic Traffic Officer’s Diploma at successful completion of the learnership which will be primarily conducted at the Mpumalanga Traffic Training College in Mkhuhlu. This learnership programme will accommodate one hundred (100) young people (18 to 35-year-olds).
What are the requirements?
In order to be considered, candidates will have to meet the following minimum requirements:
- Must be a South African youth between the ages of 18 and 35 years;
- Have a Code 8/B driver’s license;
- Be physically fit;
- Have no criminal record;
- Have a Grade 12 certificate; and
- Be a resident of Mpumalanga.
How to apply?
To apply for this learnership make your application on a Z83 Form (Click here to download OR go fetch one at a government department/office) accompanied by your CV (with references), certified copies of your qualifications, academic transcripts and ID document and send it by any of the means below: [NB! On the Z83 form, under “position for which you are applying” write Learnership Programme 2016/17: Basic Traffic Officers Diploma; and under “Reference number” write this reference number DCSSL/TM/LP2016. Apply by post or hand-deliver using the details below:
|Hand delivery||Postal delivery|
|Second Floor, Building 4
Riverside Park Ext. 7
|Director: HRM & D
Department of Community Safety, Security and Liaison
Private Bag X11269
Closing date: 15 July 2016
Should you have any questions regarding this learnership, please call any of the following officials during normal office hours:
- Mr S Khoza on 013 766 4392; or
- Mr NL Maphanga on 013 766 4064.
If you have not been contacted within three months of the closing date, kindly accept that your application was unsuccessful.
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