Government Job Vacancies: Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA)

Government Job Vacancies: (DPSA)


DPSA Vacancies.

DPSA Jobs/ Vacancies are government vacancies publicly published in a document known as Circular. The Circulars is, except during December, published on a weekly basis and contains advertisements of  Vacant Positions and jobs in Public Service Departments.
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PLEASE NOTE: The Department of Public Service and Administration is responsible for the publication of all government job vacancies which become available during the year. Applicants must adhere to all stated terms and strictly follow the procedures as directed by the Department.
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Directions to Candidates:

Applications on form Z83 with full particulars of the applicants’ training, qualifications, competencies, knowledge and experience (on a separate sheet if necessary or a CV) must be forwarded to the department in which the vacancy/vacancies exist(s).
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Kindly follow the directives concerning them.

    • Download the Z83 application form
      Download the Z1 leave of absence form
      Download the DPSA Salary Scales
    • Applicants must indicate the reference number of the vacancy in their applications.
    • Applicants requiring additional information regarding an advertised post must direct their enquiries to the department where the vacancy exists. The Department of Public Service and Administration must not be approached for such information.
    • It must be ensured that applications reach the relevant advertising departments on or before the applicable closing dates.
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Enquiries about the vacancy circulars contact:

Ontlametse Baloyi
Tel no: 012 336 1474
Sam Ntshangas
Tel no: 012 336 1262
Please note: Should you require any further assistance for the vacancy circulars, kindly contact the DPSA contacts as provided above or visit the Department of Public Service and Administration official website on www.dpsa.gov.za.


Learnerships

Department of Education Learnerships are geared towards giving a strong educational foundation as well as assisting in supporting the Governments objectives in providing adequately qualified specialists in all sectors. They endeavor to engage communitites by providing accessible quality education.
See our full list of Government Learnerships.
Department of Education Learnerships are altogether identified with the educational procedure yet additionally incorporates a variety of different fields seen as rare aptitudes/scales. Contingent upon the learnership, a few applicants may need to finish more than one for a formal capability.
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Scholarships (USA, CHINA OR ANY EUROPEAN COUNTRY) 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON SCHOLARSHIPS OVERSEAS/ ABROAD

  • Q:  HI,
          I RECENTLY GAINED ADMISSION TO STUDY ABROAD (UNIVERSITY EDUCATION) 
          CAN THE DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING FUND MY STUDIES?

A: The Department of Higher Education is geared towards giving a strong educational foundation as well as assisting in supporting the Governments objectives in providing adequately qualified specialists in all relevant sectors to the economy. The Department has in place existing scholarship partnerships which are advertised …………………..read more.
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UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS | READ MORE


Overview: (DPSA)

The Department of Public Service and Administration is required to facilitate and support efforts that seek to, among others, improve service delivery quality and access; human resource management and development; business processes; systems and accountability management; anti-corruption and integrity; and effective public participation.

Mission: (DPSA)

The mission of the Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) is to establish norms and standards to ensure that the state machinery functions optimally, and that such norms and standards are adhered to; implement interventions to maintain a compliant and functioning public service; promote an ethical public service through programmes, systems, frameworks and structures that detect, prevent and combat corruption; and contribute towards improved public administration in Africa and internationally through dialogue and sharing of best practices.