REF NO: HRMC 84/15/3 (This is a re-advertisement, candidates who previously applied are requested to re-apply)
A 3 year National Diploma/ Degree in Law/Social Science/Policing or an NQF level 7 qualification in the related field with 2-3 years’ relevant experience or a Grade 12 qualification and 3 years’ relevant experience in the Enforcement environment would be an added advantage • A minimum of 2 years’ experience in the Public Sector • Knowledge and understanding of all Acts and Regulations administered by the Department, Criminal Procedure Act and the International Treaties • Knowledge of the Public Service Regulatory Framework and South African Constitution • Liaison and Interpersonal skills, customer orientation, problem solving, strong investigative and analytical skills • Planning and organizing skills and must be computer literate • Good verbal and written communication skills • A valid driver’s licence • The successful candidate will undergo 6 to 8 weeks training which will include an unarmed combat module • Military, Police or Prosecution experience will serve as an added advantage.
Position duties and responsibilities:
The successful candidate will be responsible for, amongst others, the following specific tasks:
• Supervise Inspectorate activities in the relevant local office by ensuring effective tracing, detection, detention and deportation of illegal immigrants • Investigate higher profile illegal migration activities in the office that involves amongst others smuggling of migrants, human trafficking and illegal mass production of enabling documentation such as birth certificates, travel documents, permits, Visas, Identity Documents and theft of face value documents • Interview informants, suspects and witnesses • Coordinate investigation efforts, follow up tasks and provide information to analysts to identify patterns, series and trends as quick as possible • Prepare necessary investigative reports and documentation for court cases • Appear and testify in official proceedings • Keep records and background information on criminals • Frequently interact on a professional basis with other law enforcement officials and state prosecutors • Assume a high degree of accountability for delivering the highest quality on immigration crime investigated • Maintain a state of readiness all technical equipment and assigned vehicles • Perform other duties as assigned and required • Must accept to be scheduled after hours stand by duty every week • Whilst on standby, must be readily available at all times at any hour of the day or night or weekend to attend to requests for services on call.
Application and Enquiries:
Eastern Cape: Mr L Jama, Tel No: (043) 604 6403
APPLICATIONS: Quoting the relevant reference number, direct your CV, certified copies of qualifications and ID together with a completedDownload Z83 Form application form, which can be downloaded from our website, by the closing date to the relevant address of the Department of Home Affairs Office, where the post is located, as follows:
Eastern Cape Province:
Postal Address: Private Bag 7413, King Williams Town, 5600
Physical address: 11 Hargreaves Avenue, King William’s Town, 5600
Closing Date:25Th September 2015