Traffic Learnership and Metro Police

CLOSING DATE: 24.09.2021
SALAY: R59 825 allowance p.a
REFERENCE NUMBER: SS 49/21 Ext

City of Cape Town – Cape Town, Western Cape

Requirements
The City invites suitably qualified, unemployed youth aged 18 – 35,
who meet the relevant minimum requirements to apply for a
learnership in Road Traffic Law Enforcement


• Grade 12 qualification
• Must be medically and physically fit
• Must be able to work in a team and cope with stressful situations
• No Criminal Record
• Must have a valid driver’s license
• Trainees must successfully complete the Further Education and
Training Certificate: Road Traffic Law Enforcement as well as Law
Enforcement Skills Program SP4/2012
Key Performance Areas

NOTE: All shortlisted candidates will be required to undertake and
pass the following compulsory fitness test
• 2.4 km run (Males 11minutes and Females 13 minutes)
• Push-ups (30 in 60 seconds)
• Sit-ups (30 in 60 seconds)

NOTE: Candidates will:
• be required to pass a written assessment and an interview
• be required to pass a physical assessment
• be required to submit their fingerprints or identity numbers for
checking criminal records. No other criminal clearances will be
acceptable
• be required to undergo a City medical evaluation
• be required to undergo a compulsory drug test at a City testing
venue.
• be required to pass a driver assessment
• candidates will be subject to the code of Conduct of the
Metropolitan Police Training Academy, as well as the pass
requirements stipulated by the Academy and in line with relevant
unit standards

Special conditions attached to the post:
• The City is not obligated to offer a permanent position after
completion of the training; candidates will be required to undergo
extensive physical training, whilst at the Academy and training in
accordance with the Firearm and Ammunitions Act.
• Required to wear a uniform, work shifts and in all weather
conditions.

How to Apply
By submitting your application for a position at the City of Cape
Town, you are consenting that the personal information submitted as
part of your application may be used for the purposes of the
Recruitment and Selection process
Applicants must apply on-line via eRecruitment.
Please note that no hard copy or emailed applications will be
accepted.
In order to apply on-line, applicants must first create an e-Services
Account on the City of Cape Town Website. www.capetown.gov.za
Applicants may use any computer with internet access to apply.
Smart phones are not compatible with this on-line application
process and cannot be used to apply.
Applicants may use a Smart Cape computer at a City of Cape Town
Library if they are a library member.
To become a library member, you will need to apply for membership
at a library with your ID and proof of residence.

ONLINE APPLICATION

Please note that no late applications will be considered.
On-line applications must include the submission of:
• A certified copy of your South African Identity Document (no
affidavits will be accepted)
• A recently certified copy of matric certificate
Shortlisted candidates will be informed via SMS or telephonically
when to report to the identified venue to complete the compulsory
tests.

Shortlisted candidates are advised to bring their own gear, food and
refreshments to the testing venue.
Only applicants with no criminal record and no pending criminal
cases, awaiting trial and/or pending sentencing cases will be
considered for employment.
Only applicants, who have undergone a compulsory drug test and
are found to be drug free, will be considered for employment.
There should be no expectation of receiving a job offer by applying
for, and subsequently being tested and found competent.
Canvassing by job applicants or, any other person on behalf of job
applicants, for posts within the Council’s Service is prohibited and
evidence thereof will disqualify the applicant’s application for
consideration for appointment.
If appointed, candidates are required to make themselves available
to work as they are rostered, and are not permitted to have other
employment or run a private business whilst in the employ of the City
without the City Manager’s written permission.

Random testing for possession and or consumption of drugs / alcohol
/ illegal substances may be carried out during the course of
employment.

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