It’s Friday, 11 March and as usual, the Department of Public Service and Administration has issued Circular 9 which contains the latest DPSA vacancies 2022.
South Africans may be looking forward to the weekend, but any time is a good time to check out the government jobs on offer.
DPSA vacancies 2022: Circular 9
Job seekers can view the latest DPSA vacancies 2022 as of 11 March in Circular 9 available on the Department’s website. The PDF document is 162 pages long.
It has annexures that show job advertisements by the respective government departments or provincial administration, making it easier to zoom in on your preferred entity.
Furthermore, you can find separate PDF documents on DPSA’s website for each department or province, saving you loads of time that would have been spent going through one bulky document.
“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),” the Department advised prospective applicants.
Future of Work Indaba
Meanwhile, the Minister of Public Service and Administration, Ayanda Dlodlo, will host a “Future of Work Indaba” on the 14th and 15th March 2022, according to a statement her Department issued on Thursday (10 March).
“The inaugural two-day ‘Future of Work Indaba’ is a response to the announcement by President Ramaphosa at the 2022 SONA that government should reduce red tape in its dealings and should fast-track the leap into the digital transformation era,” DPSA explained.
“All Provinces will be represented by their Office of the Premiers to share their ‘implementer view’ of the impact of Public Service Regulations, 2016 on their ability to recruit and manage human resources.”
Besides the Minister who will deliver a keynote address on optimising the public service, other key figures expected to attend include the Department’s Director-General Yoliswa Makhasi and Public Service Co-ordinating Bargaining Council Chairperson Ingrid Dimo.
Public Service Commission Acting Chairperson, Prof. Somadoda Fikeni, and Public Sector Training Authority (PSETA) Chairperson Thulani Tshefuta will also attend.
Good luck to all jobseekers!