Independent Police Investigative Directorate – Vacancies


INDEPENDENT POLICE INVESTIGATIVE DIRECTORATE
The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) is an equal opportunity and affirmative action
employer. It is our intention to promote representatively in terms of race, gender and disability within the
Department through the filling of posts.
CLOSING DATE : 12 June 2020
NOTE : Applications must be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public
Service Department accompanied by a fully completed and signed form Z83
and a recently updated, comprehensive CV as well as copies of all
qualification(s) including a Senior Certificate and ID-document (uncertified
documents during the lockdown period are accepted) (Driver’s license where
applicable). Non-RSA Citizens/Permanent Resident Permit Holders must
attach a copy of their Permanent Residence Permits to their applications.
Should you be in possession of a foreign qualification, it must be accompanied
by an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority
(SAQA). Applicants who do not comply with the above-mentioned
requirements, as well as applications received late, will not be considered.
Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not
been contacted within three (3) weeks after the closing date of this
advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. The
successful candidate will have to undergo security vetting. His/her character
should be beyond reproach. The appointment is subject to security clearance,
verification of qualifications and competency assessment (criminal record,
citizenship, credit record checks, qualification verification and employment
verification). All shortlisted candidates for SMS posts will be subjected to a
technical competency exercise that intends to test relevant technical elements
of the job, the logistics of which will be communicated by the Department.
Following the interview and technical exercise, the selection panel will
recommend candidates to attend competency assessment using the mandated
DPSA SMS competency assessment tools. The successful candidates will be
appointed on a probation period of 12 months and will be required to sign a
performance agreement. The suitable candidate will be selected with the
intention of promoting representivity and achieving affirmative action targets as
contemplated in the Department’s Employment Equity Plan
MANAGEMENT ECHELON


POST 14/07 : PROVINCIAL HEAD (X2 POSTS)
SALARY : R1 273 710 per annum (Level 14)
CENTRE : Mpumalanga (Nelspruit) Ref No: Q9/2020/04
Northern Cape (Kimberly) Ref No: Q9/2020/05
REQUIREMENTS : A Bachelor’s Degree in law or equivalent qualification as recognised by SAQA,
coupled with 5 years’ experience at senior management level. Pre-entry
certificate for the successful completion of the Senior Management Pre-entry
programme as endorsed by the National School of Government. Thorough
knowledge and understanding of criminal law, Project management,
investigative system and procedures, human rights and government’s broad
transformation objectives and initiatives are essential, Sound knowledge in
compliance practices and requirements, a good track record of managing
strategic programmes and projects, Strategic thinker who is able to work with
individual and teams at both management and operational level., Skills and
Competencies: Strategic capacity and leadership, Analytical thinking, problem
solving and decision making skills, Innovative and creative, Project
management at strategic level, People development and empowerment,
Honesty and Integrity


DUTIES : Appointment and performance of management of staff, Facilitate investigations
of cases and to perform any other function incidental to such investigations,
Control and monitor active cases, refer matters investigated by the Provincial
Office under the Independent Police investigative Directorate to the National or
relevant prosecuting authority for criminal prosecution, Report to the Executive
Director on matters investigated, Refer disciplinary matters to the Provincial
Commission, Facilitate cooperation between the Provincial Head and the
Provincial Civilian Secretariat of Police and SAPS, Keep proper financial
records and prepare financial statements, Monitor and review service delivery
against strategic objectives, Participation in the Management Committee,
Maintain discipline and sound labour relations, Ensure compliance with
administrative guidelines issued by the Executive Director.


ENQUIRIES : Mr T Keefelakae Tel No: (012) 399 0178
APPLICATIONS : Email: Recruitment01@ipid.gov.za


OTHER POSTS


POST 14/08 : DEPUTY DIRECTOR: MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING REF NO: Q9/2020/06
SALARY : R733 257. per annum (level 11)
CENTRE : Pretoria (National Office)
REQUIREMENTS : A relevant tertiary qualification in Financial Management which will encompass
(Accounting, Economics, Public Finance) at NQF level 7 as recognized by
SAQA. 3 years relevant experience in management accounting at
supervisory/management level (ASD). Thorough knowledge of PFMA, SCOA,
Public Service Act and Regulations. Prescriptions Act. Treasury Regulations.
MTEF. Economic Classifications Departmental accounting structure. Financial
Accounting Handbook for public sector. BAS Rules and processes, GRAP
Standards. Annual Financial Statements, Template, Interim Financial
Statement Template, Delegation of Authority. Departmental Policies and
Procedures. Knowledge in terms of BAS, LOGIS and PERSAL. Good
interpersonal skills. Accuracy, ability to work under pressure and prepared to
work irregular hours. Ability and willingness to drive. Analytical skills. Problem
solving skills.


DUTIES : Manage the financial management, budgeting and reporting sub directorate.
Provide advice and guidance to role players on the use of forecasting methods
and tools. Undertake financial planning, budgeting and reporting work as
requires. Manage the roll-over, adjustment estimates (ENE), and virement
process.


ENQUIRIES : Mr M Gqalane Tel No: (012) 399 0103
APPLICATIONS : Email: Recruitment01@ipid.gov.za


POST 14/09 : ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT REF NO:
Q9/2020/07

SALARY : R376 596 per annum (level 09)
CENTRE : Pretoria (National Office)
REQUIREMENTS : Degree/National Diploma /NQF 6 in Criminology, Policing, Law and Social
Science. 3-5years experience in research environment. Computer literacy.
Thorough knowledge of both qualitative and quantitative research
methodologies, IBM SPSS or SAS and Microsoft Excel. Understanding of
police environment. IPID Act and Regulations and Monitoring and Evaluation.
Good interpersonal skills, Accuracy, ability to work under pressure and
prepared to work irregular hours. Strong communication and networking skill.
Ability and willingness to drive. Analytical and Research skills. Data
interpretation and analysis. Problem solving skills.


DUTIES : Identify Investigative Research Projects. Conduct Feasibility studies. Conduct
Research. Monitor OPSC Cases.
ENQUIRIES : Ms L Chaba Tel No: (012) 339 0067
APPLICATIONS : Email: Recruitment01@ipid.gov.za


POST 14/10 : PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR REF NO: Q9/2020/08 (X4 POSTS)

SALARY : R467 208 per annum
CENTRE : Gauteng (Johannesburg)
REQUIREMENTS : A minimum of Grade 12 certificate or a diploma or degree in law or policing will
be added advantage. Five (5) years’ experience in criminal investigations.
Previous supervisory experience. Driver’s license. Knowledge and
understanding of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Law of Evidence and
the IPID Act. Knowledge of Policies and procedures. Knowledge of
investigative system and procedures. Knowledge of the constitution. Analytical
thinking, Competent in interviewing, Problem solving and decision making
skills, Communication (verbal and written) skills. Report writing skills, Client
orientation, Customer focus, Results-driven. Computer Literate.


DUTIES : Supervise Senior Investigators by providing guidance on the investigation of
complaints in line with the IPID’s legislative imperative and Standard Operating
Procedure. Receive, register and allocate cases. Attend crime scenes and post
mortems. Collect, safeguard and process exhibits at the crime scene. Conduct
interviews with suspects and witnesses and obtaining affidavits. Advise the
victims or their next of kin and other relevant stakeholders regarding progress
of the investigation. Stakeholder management. Conduct investigations of
cases of alleged criminality and misconduct against members of the police as
stipulated in Section 28 of the IPID Act. Conduct searches, seizures and
collection of evidence etc. Compile investigation reports and memoranda with
recommendations to the Director of Public Prosecutions and the SAPS for
consideration to prosecute or take appropriate disciplinary action. Draft and
type investigation report at the conclusion of each investigation. Update
electronically the status of each case on the database.


ENQUIRIES : Ms M Tshabalala Tel No: (011) 220 1500
APPLICATIONS : Email: RecruitmentGP@ipid.gov.za


POST 14/11 : PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR AND PROTECTION OFFICER (NATIONAL
SPECIALIZED INVESTIGATION TEAM) REF NO: Q9/2020/09
SALARY : R467 208 per annum
CENTRE : Pretoria (National Office)
REQUIREMENTS : A minimum of Grade 12 with experience in law or law enforcement or a relevant
Diploma (NQF 6) OR undergraduate degree (NQF 7) in law or Policing. Six (6)
to Ten (10) years proven experience in the criminal investigations of which
three years were specialized/ high profile investigation (with Grade 12 only).
Training in advanced driving skills. Training in self-defense and hand to hand
combat. Should have undergone firearm competency training and willing to
carry a firearm. Experience and training in Special Weapons and Tactics
Financial Auditing/investigations experience will be added advantage. Forensic
auditing/investigations experience will be added advantage. Knowledge of
Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Law of Evidence. The IPID’s legislative
imperative and Standard Operative Procedure. Competency literacy, the ability
to work under pressure, Competent in interviewing, willing to be on standby
and perform overtime duties, analytical thinking, Problem solving and decision
making skills, Client orientation and customer focus, Results-driven Highly
skilled investigation, Highly skilled firearm usage.


DUTIES : Conduct investigations which may require the official to be away from the office
for extended period, especially where: Investigation of cases of a specialized
nature where normal investigative measures and techniques are insufficient.
Collection of evidence relating to specialized investigations. Investigation of
cases associated with high profile/media related cases. Investigation of cases
of corruption involving the police. Investigation of cases involving major crime
syndicates. Making of recommendations to the National prosecution Authority
and and SAPS, where criminal, departmental recommendations are warranted
and ensure that the case is brought before a court of law. Ensuring the safety
of witnesses where safety of the witness are in doubt due to the nature of the
investigation (suspect being a high profile person/crime syndicate related/
value associated with the corruption might mean that attempts might be made
on witnesses lives) and Witness protection where and when needed. Update
electronic cases on the database.


ENQUIRIES : Mr J Baloyi Tel No: (012) 339 0067
APPLICATIONS : Email: Recruitment01@ipid.gov.za


POST 14/12 : SENIOR INVESTIGATOR REF NO: Q9/2020/10 (X2 POST)
SALARY
: R370 908. per annum
CENTRE : Kwa-Zulu Natal (Durban)
REQUIREMENTS : To be considered for this position, a candidate must be in possession of a
Grade 12 or a relevant diploma/degree, and should at least have three (3)
years’ experience in criminal investigations. Driver’s license. Thorough
knowledge and understanding of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Law
of Evidence and the IPID Act, PFMA and other relevant legislation. Knowledge
of statistical information. Knowledge of investigative system and procedures
knowledge of Human rights and Government’s broad transformation objectives
and initiatives. Sound knowledge of compliance practices and requirements.
Skills and competencies: Analytical skills, Planning and organising, Problem
solving and decision making skills, Innovative and creative, Legal court
administration skills, strategic planning management skills, Logical thinking,
Communication (verbal and written) skills, Detective skills, Honesty and
Integrity, Formal training skills, ability to work under pressure.


DUTIES : Receipt, registration and allocation of complaints, attendances of crime scenes
and post mortems; collection, safeguarding and processing of exhibits at the
crime scene; Conducting interviews with suspects and witnesses and obtaining
affidavits; conducting investigations of complaints of alleged criminality and
advising the complainant or his/her next of kin and other relevant stakeholders
regarding progress of the investigation; Investigate misconduct against
members of the police; Searches, seizures and collection of evidence etc.
Compiling investigation reports and memoranda with recommendations to
SAPS and referrals to the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) for
consideration to prosecute or take appropriate disciplinary action. Draft and
types investigation reports at the conclusion of each investigation.
Electronically update the status of each case on the database. Supervision of
investigators.


ENQUIRIES : Ms Van Der Sandt Tel No: (031) 310 1300
APPLICATIONS : Email: RecruitmentKN@ipid.gov.za


POST 14/13 : INVESTIGATOR REF NO: Q9/2020/11
SALARY :
R295 905 per annum
CENTRE : Western Cape (Bellville)
REQUIREMENTS : A Grade 12 or a relevant diploma/degree. Any other relevant experience.
Driver’s license. Thorough knowledge and understanding of Criminal Law,
Criminal Procedure and Law of Evidence and the IPID Act, PFMA and other
relevant legislation. Knowledge of statistical information. Knowledge of
investigative system and procedures. Sound knowledge of compliance
practices and requirements. Skills and competencies Analytical skills, Planning
and organising, Problem solving and decision making skills, Innovative and
creative, Legal court administration skills, strategic planning management
skills, Logical thinking, Communication (verbal and written) skills, Report
writing skills, Negotiations skills, Project management skills, Detective skills ,
Honesty and Integrity, Financial management skills, ability to work under
pressure.


DUTIES : Receive, register and allocate cases, Attend crime scenes and post mortems,
Collect, safeguard and process exhibits at the crime scene, Conduct interviews
with suspects and witnesses and obtaining affidavits, Advise the next of kin or
victims and other relevant stakeholders regarding progress of investigations,
Manage stakeholders, Conduct investigations of cases of alleged criminality
and misconduct against members of the police, as stipulated in Section 28 of
the IPID Act, Conduct searches, seizures and collection of evidence, and
etcetera, Compiling investigation reports and memoranda with
recommendations to the Director of Public Prosecutions and the SAPS for
consideration to prosecute or take appropriate disciplinary action. Draft and
type investigations reports at the conclusion of each investigation, Electronic
update the status of each case on the database. Engage stakeholders on a
National Level on matters that affects Investigations.


ENQUIRIES : Mr GJ Trussell Tel No: (021) 941 4800
APPLICATIONS : Email: RecruitmentWC@ipid.gov.za


POST 14/14 : HUMAN RESOURCE PRACTITIONER REF NO: Q9/2019/12
SALARY
: R257 508 per annum (Level 7)
CENTRE : Pretoria (National Office)
REQUIREMENTS : A Grade 12 certificate or equivalent with 3-5 years HR experience. Knowledge
of registry duties, practices as well as the ability to capture data and operate
computer. Working knowledge understanding of the legislative framework
governing the Public Service. Knowledge of storage and retrieval procedures
in terms of the working environment. Understanding of work in registry. Skills
and competencies Job knowledge, communication, interpersonal relations,
flexibility and teamwork, computer skills, planning and organization, language
and good verbal and written communication skills.


DUTIES : Supervise and undertake the implementation and maintenance of human
resource administration practices. (HR Provisioning: Recruitment and
Selection, Appointment, Transfer, verification of qualifications, secretariat
functions at interviews, absorptions probationary periods etc.). Implementation
conditions of service benefits (Leave, Housing, Medical, Injury on Duty. Long
Services Recognition, overtime relocation, pension allowances, etc.
Performance Management. Termination of service. Approve (recommend)
transactions on PERSAL according to delegations. Prepare reports on human
resource administration issues and statistics. Handle human resource
administration enquiries. Supervise human resource/staff.
ENQUIRIES : Ms E Lethole Tel No: (012) 339 0040
APPLICATIONS : Email: Recruitment01@ipid.gov.za

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