The Information Regulator SA recruitment for June 2024: New jobs and How to Apply

The Information Regulator South Africa is recruiting! Various entry-level as well as managerial posts are open for application this June 2024!

Here in this write-up, we explore all the open positions at the Information Regulator, as well as How to Apply.

Careers at the Information Regulator

The Information Regulator (South Africa) is an independent body established in terms of section 39 of the Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2013.

A career at the Information Regulator presents you with immense opportunities to further your career and professional goals, while also helping you grow at a personal level.

Job openings at the Information Regulator

Senior Manager: Strategic Support and GovernanceIR1/05/202421 June 2024View
Senior Security Compromise Officer: LegalIR2/05/202421 June 2024View
Office Manager: Office of the CEOIR3/05/202421 June 2024View
ICT Infrastructure LeadIR4/05/202421 June 2024View
ICT Service Delivery ManagerIR5/05/202421 June 2024View
Complaints and Investigations Officer: POPIAIR6/05/202421 June 2024View
Complaints and Investigations Officer: PAIAIR7/05/202421 June 2024View
Practitioner: Supply Chain ManagementIR8/05/202421 June 2024View
Receptionist/Switchboard OperatorIR9/05/202421 June 2024View

To view more details about each vacancy, please click the VIEW in the far right column of the table above.

How to Apply

All the above-mentioned positions are permanent. Applications must be submitted on new application for employment form (Z83) which came into effect on 1 January 2021.

The new Z83 for can be downloaded at: Download the Z83 Form Here.

Received application with an incorrect application form will not be considered. Ensure that the Z83 form is signed and dated before you submit your application.

Please use your signature or valid e-signature and your name written in block/typed print. A Z83 not signed and dated will be deemed regret.

Candidates are advised to complete all the sections of the Z83 Form in full (A to G and Declaration) and indicate whether they belong to professional bodies and have criminal record or not.

A detailed and recent CV, with two (2) contactable referees; certified copies of qualifications that are not older than six (06) months and Identity Document or Passport document will be requested from the short-listed candidates.

Should a candidate be in possession of foreign qualification(s), such must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate obtained from the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) to confirm the appropriate National Qualifications Framework (NQF) Level. VIEW FULL ADVERT HERE.

Enquires related to the above posts may be directed to [email protected] or [email protected]

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