SALARY LEVEL: Basic salary of R138 345 – R162 963 per annum (Level 6). In addition, a range of competitive benefits are offered.


Free State: Border Post: Van Rooyenshek (1post)REF NO: HRMC 119/13/9a CENTRE:Free State: Border Post: Maseru Bridge (1post)REF NO: HRMC 119/13/9b


Limpopo: Border Post: Beit Bridge (7posts)REF NO: HRMC 119/13/9c


KwaZulu –Natal: Golela Border post (1post)REF NO: HRMC 119/13/9d


• A3 year Degree/Diploma and/or aGrade 12 Certificate plus 1 years’ experience within an immigration environment is required

• Knowledge of the SOP’s of the migration control, patrol and inspection activity in a Port of Entry

• Knowledge of the Immigration Act. Refugees Act, Criminal Prosecution Act, Public Service Act and Regulations, Public Finance Management Act as well as the South African Constitution

• Understanding of International treaties

•Computer Literacy

• Client innovation and service delivery improvement orientation, within the context of legal frameworks

• Sound problem solving, data collation, analysis, trend identification and report writing skills. Good written and verbal communication

• Proven business partnering and stakeholder engagement

•Patriotic • Honesty and Integrity and interrogation skills

•Security oriented, Team player, Decisive. Shift work and willingness to work irregular hours

• A valid driver’s licence and willingness to travel

• Candidates should be prepared to relocate to other Ports of Entry should operational requirements necessitate

• Military experience will serve as an added advantage.


The successful candidate will be responsible for, amongst others, the following specific tasks:

• Conduct clearance of travellers on arrival and departure

• Ensure that all travellers who contravene the validity of their permits are issued with prescribed administrative fines

•Issue cross border permits to all eligible travellers in accordance with the Immigration Act

•Issue emergency travel documents to all eligible RSA citizens in accordance with the SA Passport and Travel Documents Act

• Determine guarantees and deposits

•Deal with asylum seekers in terms of the Refugees Act

• Clear out conveyers after arrival and before departure

• Identify conveyers that contravene the Immigration Act on arrival, and issue penalties •

Detect signs and traces in conveyers to establish any migration violation and other illegal activities. Detect signs and traces in travel documents to establish any migration violation and other illegal activities

• Ensure effective processing of inadmissible or undesirable persons on arrival who are refused to enter the Country

• Ensure effective processing of prohibited persons on departure who are refused to leave the Country

• Ensure effective processing of castaways, stowaways and deserters

• Facilitate the prosecution of persons travelling with falsified South African documents

• Ensure that persons working at the border lines are working legally in the Country

• Ensure visibility at the border line.


Free Sate: Ms N Zulu, Tel: 051 410 3912KwaZulu-Natal: Mr Q Luthuli, Tel: 033 845 500 Limpopo: Mr LJ Kgole Tel No: 015 287 2802/03/11/15

APPLICATIONS: Kindly ensure that the relevant reference number is quoted and applications are directed to the relevant province as indicated below:

Direct applications to the Department of Home Affairs.Free State Province:Postal address: P.O Box 12262 Brandhof 9324Physical Address: 40 Victoria Road Willows Bloemfontein 9301KwaZulu-Natal ProvincePostal address: Private Bag X09, Scottsville 3209 Physical address: 181 Church Street, Pietermaritzburg 3200Limpopo Province:Postal address: Private Bag X9517, Polokwane, 0700Physical Address: 89 Biccard Street, Polokwane, 0699

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