KZN SAPS X84: Graduate / Internship Programme 2019

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Closing Date: November 2018

The South African Police Service hereby invites unemployed youth who conform to the requirements for a twelve-month internship programme at Free State Province. The internship programme is part of the National Human Resource Development Strategy and the National Skills Development Strategy.

Generic requirements:

  • Must be between ages 18 – 35
  • Be a South African citizen
  • Must be in possession of Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or equivalent qualification
  • Must have no criminal record(s)
  • Applicants must be unemployed, was never employed in field of the post and never participated in an internship programme in the relevant field of the post previously
  • Applicants must be residents of the province where the post is advertised (proof of residential address to be attached)
  • Applicants are restricted to apply for 3 positions only (to complete an application for each ref number)

Intern categories: Graduate Intern: Tertiary Qualification is required

Student Intern: Need practical experience in order to finalise qualification

Matric Intern: Senior Certificate (Grade 12) no tertiary qualification is required.

NB: Stipend for each category will be as determined by the Section Head: ETD Skills Development: South African Police Service

PHOTOGRAPHER INTERN [x1]

  • Provincial Headquarters: KZN Ref Number GR 1 / 08 / 18

Additional Requirements:

*Be in possession of a Diploma / Degree in either Photography Journalism, Public Relations or Communications.

Core Functions:

*Research stories (Good Stories) about the Organization. *Conduct interviews as well as record interviews *Be able to take photos (Quality photos) for the Provincial newsletter.

MARKETING INTERN [x1]

  • Provincial Headquarters: KZN Ref Number GR 2 / 08 / 18

Additional Requirements:

* Be in possession of a Diploma / Degree in either Graphic Design / Public Relations  / Marketing or Communications.

Core Functions:

* Conduct exhibition and branding at all SAPS event *Design marketing material for the Province *Ensure correct branding and marketing of SAPS corporate image *Implement brand management of the SAPS Corporate image and identity *Administration and record keeping for the marketing department.

ADMINISTRATIVE INTERN [x2]

  • Provincial Office: KZN: Durban Ref Number GR 3 / 08 / 18

Additional Requirements:

*Be in possession of a National Diploma / Degree in Human Resource Management / Bachelor of Social Science / LLB Law or Public Management.

Core Functions:

*Rendering duties of administration nature which will include general administrative duties as well as specific administration duties.*Administer and facilitate the daily activities and general administrative support functions within the components. *Effectively and efficiently manage and utilize all resources allocated to immediately post environment in accordance with relevant directives and legislation.

ADMINISTRATIVE INTERN [x1]

  • PHQ: Organizational Development & Strategic management Office Ref Number GR 4 / 08 / 18

Additional Requirements:

*Be in possession of a National Diploma / Degree in Project Management / Public Management and Risk Management  / Strategic Management or relevant courses in the field of the post will be an advantage

Core Functions:

*The facilitating of the planning process *The development of plans *Effectively and efficiently manage and utilize all resources *The monitoring and evaluation of plans *The analysis of the Provincial Risk Management strategy *The facilitating and identification of risks *The facilitation of control measures related to Risks *The compilation of risk registers *The provision of risks assurance by monitoring information *The communication of risk management information *Co-ordination of FSD feedback *The Co-ordinating, Facilitating and Monitoring of Project and Programme Management

CHEF INTERN [x2]

  • Pietermaritzburg HRDC Ref Number GR 40 / 08 / 18

Additional Requirements:

Be in possession of a National Diploma / Degree or B-Tech in Hospitality Management: Professional cookery, Hospitality Management: Beverage Management, Hospitality Management: Food and Nutrition.

Core Functions:

To render efficient preparation and provision of meals and refreshments to the trainees and clients. Organize and keep the kitchen hygienically clean. Adherence to Occupational Health and Procedures. Stork management and menu compilation

ADMINISTRATIVE INTERN

  • Ekuvukeni SAPS Ref Numbers GR 5 / 08 / 18
  • Empangeni SAPS GR 6 / 08 / 18
  • Esikhaleni SAPS GR 7 / 08 / 18
  • Ibisi SAPS GR 8 / 08 / 18
  • Melmoth SAPS GR 9 / 08 / 18
  • Town hill SAPS GR 10 / 08 / 18
  • Umkomaas SAPS GR 11 / 08 / 18
  • Tongaat SAPS GR 12 / 08 / 18
  • Mtubatuba SAPS GR 13 / 08 / 18
  • Maphumulo SAPS GR 14 / 08 / 18
  • Malvern SAPS GR 15 / 08 / 18
  • Mahlabathini SAPS GR 16 / 08 / 18
  • Magudu SAPS GR 17 / 08 / 18
  • Lamont Ville SAPS GR 18 / 08 / 18
  • Kwamakhutha SAPS GR 19 / 08 / 18
  • Gingindlovu SAPS GR 20 / 08 / 18
  • Franklin SAPS GR 21 / 08 / 18
  • Ezakheni SAPS GR 22 / 08 / 18
  • Chatsworth SAPS GR 23 / 08 / 18
  • Cato Manor SAPS GR 24 / 08 / 18
  • Sundumbili SAPS GR 25 / 08 / 18
  • Richards Bay SAPS GR 26 / 08 / 18
  • Pietermaritzburg SAPS GR 27 / 08 / 18
  • Inchanga SAPS GR 28 / 08 / 18
  • Howick SAPS GR 29 / 08 / 18
  • Hillcrest SAPS GR 30 / 08 / 18
  • Bellair SAPS GR 31 / 08 / 18
  • Kwadukuza SAPS GR 32 / 08 / 18
  • Ladysmith SAPS GR 33 / 08 / 18
  • Phoenix SAPS GR 34 / 08 / 18
  • Greenwood Park SAPS [x2] GR 35 / 08 / 18
  • Ulundi SAPS GR 36 / 08 / 18
  • Marian hill SAPS [x2]
  • GR 37 / 08 / 18
  • Ulundi HRDC GR 38 / 08 / 18
  • Durban North SAPS GR 39 / 08 / 18

Additional Requirements:

*Be in possession of a National Diploma / Degree in Accounting / Human Resource Management / Public Relations / Financial Management / Supply Chain Management or Public Management.

Core Functions:

*Rendering duties of administration nature which will include general administrative duties as well as specific administration duties. Administer and facilitate the daily activities and general administrative support functions within the components. Effectively and efficiently manage and utilize all resources allocated to immediately post environment in accordance with relevant directives and legislation

ADMINISTRATIVE INTERN [x1]

  • Provincial Office: KZN: Durban Ref Number GR 41 / 08 / 18

Additional Requirements:

*Be in possession of a National Diploma in Sport Science  / Sport Management or Degree in Sport Science.

Core Functions:

*Co-ordinate Physical Fitness assessment. *Co-ordinate and administrate sport services. *Manage the gym facilities.

ADMINISTRATIVE INTERN

  • Pinetown [x2] Ref Numbers ST1 / 08 / 18
  • Berea (2] ST2 / 08 / 18
  • Newcastle ST3 / 08 / 18
  • Dundee ST4 / 08 / 18
  • Durban North ST5 / 08 / 18
  • Kokstad ST6 / 08 / 18
  • Phoenix ST7 / 08 / 18
  • Escourt ST8 / 08 / 18
  • Mountain Rise ST9 / 08 / 18
  • Port Shepstone ST10 / 08 / 18
  • Eshowe ST11 / 08 / 18
  • Ekombe ST12 / 08 / 18
  • Kwadukuza ST13 / 08 / 18
  • Ladysmith ST14 / 08 / 18
  • Jozini ST15 / 08 / 18
  • Pongola ST16 / 08 / 18
  • Kwamsane ST17 / 08 / 18
  • Grey town ST18 / 08 / 18

Additional Requirements:

*Need practical experience in order to finalize qualification *Must have referral letter from the institution of Higher learning / TVET. *The qualifications must be related to Human Resources Management, Office administration, Public Administration, Public Relations, Communication, Supply Chain Management and Information Technology.

Core Functions:

Rendering duties of administrative nature will include general administration duties as well as specific administration duties.

ADMINISTRATIVE INTERN

  • Kwadukuza Ref Numbers M 1 / 08 / 18
  • Ladysmith M 2 / 08 / 18
  • Jozini M 3 / 08 / 18
  • Kokstad M 4 / 08 / 18
  • Vryheid M 5 / 08 / 18
  • Eshowe M 6 / 08 / 18
  • Mountain Rise M 7 / 08 / 18
  • Ekombe M 8 / 08 / 18
  • Kwamsane M 9 / 08 / 18
  • Pongola M10 / 08 / 18
  • Ulundi M11 / 08 / 18
  • PC Office M12 / 08 / 18
  • Port Shepstone M13 / 08 / 18

Additional Requirements:

Must meet the generic requirements.

Core Functions:

Rendering duties of administrative nature will include general administration duties as well as specific administration duties.

General

  • Only the official application form for the internship programme (available on DPSA website and at SAPS Official website ) will be accepted. All instructions on the application form must be adhered to. Failure to do so may result in the rejection of the application.
  • The reference number of the post must be correctly specified on the application form.
  • A Curriculum Vitae must be submitted together with the application form. 6
  • Certified copies of an applicant’s ID document, Senior Certificate and all post school educational qualifications obtained must also be submitted and attached to every application. Certified copies should not be older than 3 months. No faxed or e-mailed applications will be considered.
  • Applicants will be subjected to fingerprint screening and reference checking .
  • Applications must be mailed timeously. Late applications will not be accepted or considered.
  • If a n applicant is short – listed, it can be expected of him    / her to undergo a personal interview. Short – listed applicants may be subjected to security clearance.
  • Correspondence will be conducted with successful interns only. If you have not been contacted within 3 months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.
  • The South African Police Service is under no obligation to fill a post after advertisement thereof.
  • A stipend will be paid according to proof of relevant qualification.
  • Internship program in the SAPS may not be regarded as a guarantee for automatic absorption for permanent appointment.
  • Recommended candidates will be expected to sign a 12 month internship contract.

How To Apply

Applications Must Be Posted To

Lt Col Mabhida PO BOX 1965 DURBAN 4000

Delivered To:

Provincial Head Quarters, Servamus Building, 15 Bram Fischer Road, Durban.

Enquiries Can Be Directed To:

Lt Col Mabhida Contact no. 031-325 6163

SAC Gareeb R Contact no. 031325 4937

How To Apply RDP Housing Find Out How

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(1) Government subsidy housing (2) Community Residential Units (3) Upgrading of Informal Settlements Programme (4) Emergency Housing Programme (6) Finance Linked Individual Subsidy Programme. (5) Social Housing To apply for any of these, you have to register with your municipality or provincial Department of Human Settlements. You will need to be over 18, and either a South African citizen with an identity book or card, or a foreign resident with a permanent residency permit. Different housing projects are designed for different incomes and so you may also have to provide proof of your monthly income. Depending on where you are, you will be listed on a Municipal Housing Demand Database or your province’s Housing Needs Register. When new projects are built you might be allocated housing. Remember to keep your proof of registration. If you move let the department where you applied know so they can find you if your house becomes available. Note: allocation of government built houses is complex. Each municipality or province has different systems for housing allocation, and so the information here is only a guide of what is available and how to apply. Each municipality has its own system for appeals, but each province’s MEC is allowed to review applications on a case-by-case basis. If your application gets rejected, try contacting your MEC of Human Settlements for help. Government subsidy housing (commonly known as RDP houses) These are houses that have been built by the government and are given to low income families. Government Subsidy houses are owned, not rented, by beneficiaries. To qualify for an RDP house you must meet the National Housing Subsidy Scheme criteria. This means you must be:

A South African citizen Over 21 and mentally competent to sign a contract Married or living with a partner, or single and have dependants (single military veterans or aged people without dependents also qualify) Earn less than R3,500 per month per household (so if two people in your family earn and these earnings amount to more than R3,500 per month you will not qualify) A first time government subsidy recipient A first time home owner If you are disabled you are supposed to be given preference and your house is supposed to be adapted to meet your needs. To apply for a government Subsidy house take the following documents to a provincial office of the DHS, or your municipal offices: Applicant and spouse’s identity documents (green book or ID card) Certified copies of birth certificates of children Proof of income if working, e.g. salary slip You will be asked to fill in a housing subsidy application form. Depending on your province or municipality, you will then be registered on the National Housing Needs Register or your Municipal Housing Demands Database. This is a “waiting list”. Once the project is finalized and the houses built, you will be given keys and a title deed to your home, but it can take many years. It is illegal to sell an RDP house before you’ve lived in it for eight years. It is illegal to rent out an RDP house. To check how far you are on the waiting list for a house call 0800 146 873 or go to your municipality’s website. Note: There is a common misconception that individual ward councillors are involved with the allocation process. They are not! Ward councillors can tell you where to go and who to speak to so that you can register on the housing database, but a ward councillor is not involved in the allocation of houses and you shouldn’t pay a ward councillor to take up your case. Community Residential Units and Housing Programme (CRU) This housing programme is also aimed at households who earn less than R3,500 per month. CRU housing units are for rent and not for sale. This project is aimed at refurbishing inner city buildings and hostels. The municipality will charge you rent to cover the municipal rates of the house. To qualify for CRU housing, you must be: Married or living with a partner or a single person with dependents A South African citizen Over the age of eighteen and mentally competent to sign a contract Have a monthly household income of between R800 to R3,500. Registered on the Municipal Housing Demand Database/National Housing Needs Register If you have previously owned property, you are still allowed to apply for CRU. To apply for CRU housing, you must visit your local municipal office and take: Your ID Certified copy of your spouse’s ID Certified copies of birth certificates of children Payslips and bank statements. Upgrading of Informal Settlements Programme (UISP) This programme tries to provide running water, sanitation, electricity and roads to informal settlements, but not necessarily houses. If your informal settlement receives UISP funding, you can later apply for housing construction assistance through other programmes. To qualify for a UISP, you must meet all the National Housing Subsidy Scheme criteria (see Government Subsidy Housing above), but also people who meet the following criteria can apply: Household with income of more than R3,500 per month People without dependents Child-headed households People who used to own property The following people’s applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis: Undocumented immigrants People who have previously received housing assistance and who previously owned and/or currently own a residential property You cannot apply for UISP. Municipalities identify informal settlements in their area that need upgrades and then apply to their provincial department’s MEC for funding. After funding has been set aside, your community will be invited to come to planning meetings to determine the needs of your community. Caution: This can be a difficult process. A lot of municipalities prefer to relocate entire informal settlements instead of upgrading it because getting engineering services into overcrowded informal settlements can be difficult. Put pressure on your ward councillors and municipal officials to ensure that the budget for UISP is used for upgrading your settlement. “Gap” housing If you earn more than R3,500 but less than R15,000 per month (which is the minimum amount needed to qualify for a home loan from a bank), there are some state-driven housing initiatives which apply to you. Financed Linked Individual Subsidy Programme (FLISP) FLISP helps people who qualify for a home loan to buy a house for the first time. FLISP gives you a grant which can be used to reduce the initial loan amount. This will make your monthly repayments lower. Depending on how much you earn, you can apply for a grant up to R87,000. FLISP grants can be used for both existing houses and to build a new one. Besides getting approval for a home loan and earning between R3,500 and R15,000 per month, you must meet the same criteria as described for RDP houses above. To apply for a FLISP grant, you must first go to your bank or financial institution and apply for a home loan. For that you will need: Certified copy of your South African ID or passport/permanent residence permit Copy of your signed Offer to Purchase the house or property Proof of your current residential address Official salary slip or stamped bank statement showing the last three months of income To qualify for a home loan you have to be over 21, have been employed for a minimum of six months, have no defaults on your credit profile and earn above the minimum salary requirement as decided by your chosen bank. If your home loan application is denied, your FLISP application will not be considered. Once this has been completed: Ask for an “Approval in Principle” letter from the bank. Register on the FLISP website: www.flisp.co.za or go to your municipal offices to register for a FLISP grant. Compile the following certified documents for your application: Home Loan Approval in Principle letter from your bank Completed FLISP application form available from National Housing Finance Corporation (NHFC) website RSA ID document or permanent residence permit Certified copies of birth certificates/RSA IDs of all your dependents, and proof of foster children guardianship (where applicable) Proof of marriage, civil union or partnership (an affidavit can be done for the latter) Divorce settlement (where applicable) Spouse’s death certificate (where applicable) Proof of monthly income Agreement of sale for the property or building contract and approved building plan (where applicable) Once this is done, your completed FLISP application will be sent to the National Housing Finance Corporation to be processed. Social housing programme (SHP) Municipalities and provincial governments can subsidise companies to develop new housing projects if some of the houses are rented as affordable housing. This makes the building and planning of the projects cheaper, which makes rent lower. Each municipality has to conduct an Integrated Development Plan every five years to see what the housing needs are. Participating in your community’s Integrated Development Plan Representative forum is a good way to communicate your housing needs to the municipality. SHPs are mainly (but not only) for households earning between R3,500 and R7,500 per month. You can qualify even if you have benefited from other housing projects in the past, but you may not currently own property. Couples (married or living together) qualify, or single people with dependents. To apply for an SHP, approach your local housing office about planned SHP projects in your area. Depending on the province and project, you may have to apply directly to the institution or company that is managing the SHP. It will have its own screening process. Note: All of the above programmes tend to be advertised during the Integrated Development Plan Forums, or otherwise they should be advertised at local housing offices. Sometimes your municipality or province will advertise online on their websites. Keep a lookout for signs near new developments, or speak to your ward councillor about which projects are being planned. In addition to all the above programmes government also has an Emergency Housing Projects programme, but this is seldom used, so we don’t cover it here. Government housing assistance contact details Housing Enquiries Hotline: 0800 146 873

Gauteng: 011 355 4000 Western Cape: 079 769 1207 (Please Call Me) Eastern Cape: 043 711 9901/2/3 KwaZulu Natal: 033 392 6400 or 033 3365300 North West: 018 388 5403 Limpopo: 015 284 5000 Northern Cape: 053 830 9422 Free State: 051 405 3883 Mpumalanga: 013 766 6087