DPSA Releases DPSA Vacancies Circular 16

The Department of Public Service And Administration (DPSA) has released various DPSA Vacancies in Government Departments, DPSA circular 16 of 2024. The latest circular is DPSA circular 16 of 2024. This Circular is, except during December, published on a weekly basis and contains the advertisements of vacant posts and jobs in Public Service departments.

DPSA Vacancies

DPSA Circular 16 of 2024

Posting Date: 10 May 2024
Full Document: Circular 16 (click here to view the full document)
WhatsApp Channel: DPSA Vacancy Circular

Directions: Click on the name of the department / administration to view vacancies in that particular section

National Departments

Basic Education
National School of Government
Water and Sanitation

Provincial Administration

Kwazulu Natal
Western Cape

How to Apply for DPSA Vacancies in South Africa

Although the Circular is issued by the Department of Public Service and Administration, the Department is not responsible for the content of the advertisements. Enquiries about an advertisement must be addressed to the relevant advertising department.

To apply for DPSA vacancies in South Africa, you need to download the new Z83 form.

  • All applicants must complete the Z83 form 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).
  • Applicants must indicate the reference number of the vacancy in their applications.
    Applicants requiring additional information regarding an advertised post must direct their enquiries to the department where the vacancy exists. The DPSA must not be approached for such information.
  • It must be ensured that applications reach the relevant advertising departments on or before the applicable closing dates.

You can also visit https://www.dpsa.gov.za/newsroom/psvc/ for DPSA Government Vacancies for Circular 2024, DPSA Circular 16 of 2024, DPSA Vacancies South Africa.

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