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SALARY : R241 485 – R281 559 per annum (Level 06), annual salary range
CENTRE : Graaff–Reinet (Ref No: DOT 225/07/2023) (X3 Posts)

Aberdeen (Ref No: DOT 226/07/2023) (X3 Posts)
Port St John’s (Ref No: DOT 227/07/2023)

Lusikisiki (Ref No: DOT 228/07/2023) (X2 Posts)
Amathole (Ref No: DOT 229/07/2023) (X13 Posts)
Steynsburg (Ref No: DOT 230/07/2023) (X3 Posts)

KSD (Ref No: DOT 231/07/2023) (X3 Posts)
REQUIREMENTS : National Senior Certificate, Basic Traffic Diploma. One-year practical

experience in law enforcement. A valid driver’s license (code B). No criminal
record. Knowledge: Knowledge in road traffic and public transport policies and

regulations. Law enforcement knowledge in traffic and Public Transport.
Vehicle Inspections. Vehicle Impoundment. Completion of law enforcement

documents. Knowledge of Firearm & Ammunition Act. Knowledge of
Dangerous goods. Guidelines from Director of Public Prosecutions.

DUTIES : Enforce Road Traffic, Public Passenger and Transport Legislation Implement
planned and approved traffic law enforcement activities. Ensure the free flow

of traffic through point duty and traffic control at congested areas. Coordinate
activities and safeguard accident scenes, identify and advise management on

hazardous locations. Participate in traffic policing projects and speed testing
operations. Issues notices and execute arrests under relevant Acts, directives

and procedures and attend court proceedings and give evidence. Escort

abnormal vehicles and loads to ensure the safe movement thereof and

coordinate overload control management (includes goods and passengers).
Examine Drivers’ Licenses and Motor Vehicles. Conduct learner and driver

license tests. Conduct vehicle road worthy tests. Provide visible Traffic
Control/Policing and promote /ensure crime prevention activities. Assist in

planning visible traffic policing by providing assistance to motorists and
executing escort duties. Participate in roadblocks and/or special law

enforcement operations. Patrolling of roads in dedicated area and warn
motorists at hazardous locations (i.e. damaged roads surfaces, breakdown of

vehicles). Perform all administrative activities and related duties. Maintain
effective administrative procedures. Compliance with the Firearm and

Ammunition Act 60/2000 with activities as outlined in the operational plans.
Participate in Human Resource Development Programs. Promote effective and

efficient service delivery to clients. Maintain professional corporate image of
Directorate: Traffic Law Enforcement.
ENQUIRIES : can be directed to Mr M.L.

Ngcobo / Mrs N. Nyamakazi Tel No: 043 604 7674
/ 7539 / 7572 / 7504
e-Recruitment Technical Enquiries:

NOTE : In terms of departmental EE targets, African, Coloured, Indian & White females

are all encouraged to apply, including African, coloured females with

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