Mpumalanga government offers recent basic traffic officer learnership vacancies opportunity for unemployed graduates who display skill and knowledge within traffic law enforcement. Not to mention, the position is available for 100 qualified applicants that fit the requirements. Who can apply? Meet the requirements aside, the learnership is designed for applicants that reside in Mpumalanga province and individual from destitute family background. Unemployed graduates who successfully join the learnership, they have privilege to gain a 12 month training program contained theoretical and on the job training. In the end of the learnership, suitable applicants will obtain Diploma that is equivalent with NQF level 4.
In details the requirements that should be met are; (1) a minimum grade 12 qualification, (2) aged around 18 to 35 years old, (3) possession of driver’s license Code B, at least, (4) in good health, or fit physically, and (5) ensure that you have no criminal record that is proven through clearance certificate from Police Force of South African. Applying for basic traffic officer learnership vacancies, you need to download a Z83 form. Tag along the copy of your identity document, academic transcripts, your current curriculum vitae, and your qualifications.
Submit your application for basic traffic officer learnership vacancies to, Director HRM&D/ Dept Of Community Safety/Security and Liaison/Private Bag x11269/Nelspruit 1200. Applicants are allowed to hand deliver the application for the leanership from Mpumalanaga government to, the 2nd floor/Building 4/Riverside Park Ext. 7/Government Boulevard, right before its closing date on July 15th. Applicants should know that, the application cannot be delivered any other way. Thus,if you email or fax your application, your application will be not considered. Further information for the learnership, directly contact 013 766 4392 (Mr. S. Khoza) or 013 766 4064 (Mr. NL Maphanga). Only if you are shortlisted applicants, you will receive correspondence. You get nothing in three months from the closing date, assume that your application is not successful.