The SAPS Offering Driver (Warrant Officer) Post, Salary R29 297,5 p.m

The SAPS Offers Job Career

Driver (Warrant Officer)


Office of the DNC: Crime Detection, Head Office, Pretoria
Salary : R351 570 per annum
The deadline for submission of applications is the 24th of May in 2024.

Requirements Wanted:

Applicants are required to demonstrate that they are competent in the core functions that are specific to the post;
Be able to communicate fluently in at least two of the official languages, with English being one of those languages;

Possess a Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or a National Certificate Vocational, both of which are recorded on the National Learner Record Database at the National Qualifications Framework level 4 standard;
You must be a citizen of South Africa.
Applicants must not have any prior convictions or pending cases related to criminal or departmental offenses;

All members of the Service are required to be free of any tattoo marks that could be seen when they are wearing any uniform.
In order to ensure that applicants are qualified, a screening process will be implemented, which will include fingerprint verification and security screening.
Knowledge of computers, the ability to communicate verbally and in writing with others, and the ability to organize one’s thoughts and actions will be advantageous.

Additional Prerequisites Required:

Possess a degree or diploma that is relevant to the position (one that is accredited by SAQA and of NQF level 6 or higher);
You must be in possession of a driver’s license that is valid for at least a light motor vehicle;
The candidate must have a minimum of two years of experience working in the relevant field;
Additionally advantageous are courses that are pertinent to the field in which the position is being filled;
Having the ability to work under pressure and for long hours is a requirement.

The core functions of the position include providing services related to driving and transportation, providing protection services and safeguarding, planning and coordinating the schedule while the vehicle is in transit, and ensuring that the vehicle is properly maintained.
Providing the office with administrative support is being done.

In general

The only form that will be accepted is the official application form, which can be found on the South African Police Service website ( as well as at SAPS recruitment offices and Police Stations.
It is imperative that each and every instruction on the application form be followed.
Any failure to comply with this requirement may result in the application being rejected.
There will be no longer be any acceptance of the Z83 that was previously used.

Late applications will not be considered or accepted in any circumstance.
It is imperative that the application form contains accurate information regarding the post particulars as well as the reference number of the post.
A comprehensive curriculum vitae, as well as uncertified copies of an applicant’s identification document, a driver’s license for a motor vehicle (if one is required), all educational qualifications obtained along with academic records of those qualifications, and service certificates from previous employers stating the occupation, are required to be submitted along with the application form.

In accordance with the requirements of the selection process, the original documentations of the candidates who have been shortlisted must be produced.
The submitted qualifications and driver’s licenses will be checked with the appropriate institutions to ensure that they are accurate.
Every applicant will have their residential address checked by the South African Police Service, and reference checks will be performed on all of the candidates who have been shortlisted.

An examination of fingerprints will be performed on each and every candidate who has been shortlisted.
Both the Criminal Law Amendment Act of 2007 (Act No 32 of 2007) and the Children’s Act of 2005 (Act No 38 of 2005) will be utilized in the process of conducting background checks on the candidates who have been shortlisted for appointment to specific positions that have been identified.

Individuals who have been convicted in the past are not permitted.
If a candidate is selected for further consideration, it is reasonable to anticipate that they will be required to participate in a personal interview and obtain a security clearance.
Appointments will be made in accordance with the South African Police Service Act, which was passed in 1995 and is applicable to the environments in which the posts are administered.

Only those candidates who are successful will be contacted for further correspondence.
It is respectfully requested that you acknowledge that your application was not successful if you have not been contacted within three (3) months of the closing date of this advertisement.
After an advertisement for a position has been published, the South African Police Service is not required to fill the position as soon as possible.

Within the South African Police Service, the application form for the South African Police Service (SAPS) can be obtained from any of the SAPS Recruitment Offices.
Please send your completed application forms to the following address(es) to be considered.

 Hand Applications:
421 Curator Building: Corner Pretorius Street and Nelson Mandela Drive, Arcadia, Pretoria.
(Applicants are required to place their applications in the box that is located at the reception area.).
 Posted applications:
The Section Head: Corporate Support, (Attention: Lt Col
JL Shandu/ Capt SJ Matlopela), Corporate Support, South African Police
Service, Private Bag X 94, Pretoria, 0001.

Enquiries can be sent to :

Lt Col JL Shandu/ Capt SJ Matlopela/ W/O TB Tshabalala/ SPO
KK Mashiloane at telephone: 0825698329/ 0829067372.


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