The latest DPSA vacancies are now available for viewing or download in Circular 28 of 2022, which the Department of Public Service and Administration published on Friday, 29 July 2022.
The Circular, which is published weekly, advertises government jobs in various national departments and provincial administrations in South Africa.
DPSA vacancies in Circular 28 of 2022
You can view the latest DPSA vacancies as published in Circular 28 of 2022 on the Department’s website. The document is in PDF and can also be downloaded.
A separate webpage displays links to PDF documents for available jobs in each department or provincial government, making it easier to find your preferred department or province.
Remember, if you have inquiries about a vacancy in a specific department, you need to contact that department directly, not the DPSA.
Future of Work Ambassadors Programme
Meanwhile, the Acting Minister of Public Service and Administration Thulas Nxesi recently unveiled the Future of Work Ambassadors Programme aimed at young recruits in the public service.
The Programme will see 33 young graduates being placed on internship programmes across national departments and provincial governments. The target age group is between 18 and 35 years.
“The programme will unlock potential in young graduates to enhance their capacity and to grow them to be future leaders in the public service,” Nxesi said.
“The public service seeks to build a foundation and legacy to ensure that it recruits and retains a coterie of fresh skills and energetic candidates in the public service.”
The first cohort of graduates and future participants in the programme will receive a monthly stipend of R6,275 for 24 months, according to the Department.
The current cohort is being recruited from the following fields: Finance and Supply Chain Management; Law; Risk Management; Human Resource Management; Communications; Marketing Management; Public Management; Public Administration; and Internal Audit.
“The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) will also expose the selected candidates to international peer learning through exposing them to public service management in other countries,” the DPSA added.