Introduction: Are you eager to contribute to public safety and traffic management? Elias Motsoaledi Local Municipality is offering a unique opportunity to join their team as Traffic Wardens Interns in the Law Enforcement division. This article provides an in-depth look into the position, its qualifications, responsibilities, and application process.
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Position Details: The municipality is seeking ten (10) candidates for the Traffic Wardens Internship program. Successful candidates will be appointed for a 24-month term within the Community Services department, based in Groblersdal.
Compensation: As a Traffic Warden Intern, you will receive an annual salary of R 100,000, reflecting the municipality’s commitment to fairly compensate its staff for their dedication and service.
Qualifications Required: To be eligible for this exciting opportunity, applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Possess a Grade 12 qualification
- Hold a valid code B Driver’s License
- Have no criminal record
- Maintain physical fitness
Experience and Knowledge: No prior experience is necessary for this role. Successful candidates will undergo training to acquire knowledge of operational duties related to traffic management, metro police, and law enforcement.
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Key responsibilities of the position include executing traffic and public safety procedures in accordance with departmental policies and procedures.
Core Functions: Traffic Wardens Interns are responsible for:
- Executing traffic and public safety procedures
- Issuing notices and making arrests for contraventions of Municipal By-Laws Acts and relevant legislation
- Conducting duties such as point duty, foot patrol, crowd control, and monitoring hawkers
- Ensuring compliance with traffic regulations
Application Process: To apply for this position, candidates must complete the official “Application Form for Employment (Staff Members Post(s)),” available for download on the Elias Motsoaledi Local Municipality’s website. Alongside the application form, a comprehensive curriculum vitae, contactable references, and copies of academic qualifications and Identity Document (ID) are required. Foreign qualifications must be evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority.
Ethical Considerations: Applicants are expected to adhere to the highest ethical standards. Any misrepresentation or failure to disclose information may result in a breach of the Code of Conduct for Municipal Staff.
Important Contacts: For inquiries about the position or application process, candidates can reach out to Mr. Mafiri L.M, Manager of Human Resources Management and Development, at 013 262 3056. Completed applications can be submitted either via post to the Municipal Manager, Elias Motsoaledi Local Municipality, P.O Box 48, Groblersdal, 0470, or in person at the Office of the Manager Human Resources Management and Development, 2nd Grobler Avenue, Groblersdal, 0470.
Conclusion: Joining the Elias Motsoaledi Local Municipality as a Traffic Wardens Intern offers a unique opportunity to contribute to public safety and gain valuable experience in law enforcement. If you are dedicated, physically fit, and eager to make a positive impact on your community, don’t miss out on this chance to apply for a rewarding 24-month internship