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DEPARTMENT OF WOMEN, YOUTH AND PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

The mandate of the department is to regulate the socio-economic transformation and implementation of


the empowerment and participation of women, youth and persons with disabilities.


APPLICATIONS : The Director-General, Department of Women, Youth and Persons with


Disabilities, Private Bag X931, Pretoria, 0001, or hand delivered at 350
Pretorius Street, Fedsure Forum Building,

Tramshed, Pretoria.
FOR ATTENTION : Ms L Mabunda


CLOSING DATE : 19 December 2022 at 16:00


NOTES : Applications must be submitted on the new Z83 form, which can be


downloaded at http://www.dpsa.gov.za/dpsa2g/vacancies.asp. Applications


submitted on the old application for employment (Z83) will not be considered.
All fields in the Z83 application form must

be completed in full, in a manner that
allows a selection committee to assess the quality of a candidate based on the


information provided in the form. It is therefore prudent that fields be completed
by applicants and the form must be signed

noting the importance of the
declaration. South African applicants need not provide passport numbers.


Candidates must respond “yes” or “no” to the question “Are you conducting
business with the State or are you a

Director of a Public or Private company
conducting business with the State? If “yes”, details thereof must be attached


to the application. It is acceptable for an applicant to indicate “not applicable”
or leave blank to the question “In the event

that you are employed in the Public
Service, will you immediately relinquish such business interest?”. Applicants


are not required to submit copies of qualifications and other relevant
documents on application but must submit

the completed and signed Z83 and
a detailed Curriculum Vitae. The communication from HR of the

Department
regarding the requirements for certified document will be limited to shortlisted


candidates. Therefore, only shortlisted candidates for a post will be required to
submit certified documents on or before

the day of the interview following
communication from HR. Foreign qualifications must be accompanied by an


evaluation report issued by SAQA. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have all
foreign qualifications evaluated by SAQA

and to provide proof of such
evaluation report (only when shortlisted). Should you not hear from the


Department within three (3) months of the closing date of this advertisement,
please consider your application to be

unsuccessful. The Department reserves
the right not to fill and/or make an appointment to any of the advertised posts.


Short-listed candidates will be subjected to a technical exercise that intends to
test relevant technical elements of the job

as part of the selection process, the
logistics of which will be communicated by the Department Successful


candidate shall be required to enter into a performance agreement within three
(3) months of assuming their duties in the

Department, and within one (1)
month of the date of their appointment conclude the prescribed contract of


employment. Appointments will only be made on the first notch of the
advertised salary level. All shortlisted

candidates will be subject to personal
security vetting. Note that in terms of the Protection of Personal Information


Act, 2021, the Department will ensure the protection of applicants’ personal
information and will only collect, use, and

retain applicants’ personal
information for the purposes of recruitment and selection processes. The


Department shall safeguard such personal information against access by
unauthorised persons, unlawful disclosure,

or breaches. The Department of
Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities is an equal opportunity employer.


In the filling of these posts, the objectives of section 195 of the Constitution of
the Republic of South Africa and the

Employment Equity Act, 1998 (Act 55 of
1998) will be taken into consideration and

preference will be given to Women,
Youth and Persons with Disabilities.

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