The Judicial Inspectorate for correctional services is an independent statutory body established to facilitate
the inspection of correctional centres in order that the Inspecting Judge may report on the treatment of
inmates and on conditions in correctional centres
APPLICATIONS : The Judicial Inspectorate for Correctional Services, Private Bag X9177, Cape
Town, 8000. Alternatively, applications may be handed in at Standard Bank
Building, No. 1 Thibault Square, 9th Floor, Cnr Long Street & Hans Strijdom
Avenue, Cape Town, 800

CLOSING DATE : 23 October 2020
NOTE : Applications must be submitted on a Z83 form, obtainable from any Public Service
Department or on the internet www.gov.za/documents. The completed and signed
Z83 form should be accompanied by a recently updated comprehensive CV as
well as certified copies of all qualification(s) and ID-document (Driver’s license
where applicable) not older than 6 months. Should you be in possession of a
foreign qualification, it must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the
South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). Applications who do not comply with
the above-mentioned requirements, as well as applications received late, will not
be considered. Judicial Inspectorate for Correctional Services does not accept
applications via fax or email. Failure to submit all the requested documents will
result in the application not being considered. Correspondence will be limited to
short-listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted within six (6) weeks
after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application
was unsuccessful. Suitable candidates will be subjected to a personnel suitability
check (criminal record, citizenship, credit record checks, qualification verification
and employment verification). Where applicable, candidates will be subjected to a
skills/knowledge test. Successful candidates will be appointed on a probation
period of 12 months. Judicial Inspectorate reserves the right not to make any
appointment(s) to the advertised post. The successful candidate will be expected
to sign a performance agreement. Please Note: Before you apply: All costs
associated with an application will be borne by the applicant. The appointment will
be made according to Public Service Act of 1994.

: Directorate: Support Services

SALARY : R257 508 per annum (Level 07)
CENTRE : Cape Town
REQUIREMENTS : Applicants must be in possession of a senior certificate/Grade 12, Degree/
National Diploma in Public Administration/ Management or equivalent relevant
qualification plus relevant 2-3 HRM experience. Knowledge of the Public Finance
Management Act, Public Service Act and Regulations and National Treasury
Regulations; A valid driver’s licence. Skills and competencies: Computer literacy
(MS Office); PERSAL; Sound Interpersonal relations; Communication (verbal and
written) skills; Planning and organizational skills; Able to work under pressure,
independently and willingness to work extra hours; Problem solving and leadership
skills; Ability to pay attention to detail. Good conflict resolution skills. Working
experience and exposure in the inter-justice sector will be an added advantage.
DUTIES : Responsible for reception and registry services, ensure the implementation of file
plan, human resource policies such as, leave administration, state
accommodation, performance management, development system grievances,
disciplinary procedure, Injury on Duty, transfers, and termination of services.
ENQUIRIES Ms S Suliman Tel No: (021) 421 1012

(12 months contract)
Legal Services
SALARY : R376 596 per annum (Level 09), plus 37% in lieu of benefits.
CENTRE : Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : The Judicial Inspectorate for Correctional Services (JICS) invites applications from
suitable candidates seeking appointment as a Law Clerk for 2021. The Inspecting
Judge of JICS is assisted by a Law Clerk whose primary function is to carry out
legal research and assist the Inspecting Judge with lectures, speeches, public
presentations and publications. Appointments are made for the period January
2021 to December 2021. The JICS seeks to ensure these appointments, generally,
broadly represent the South African population in terms of race, gender and
background. Applicants should be in possession of an LLB degree (or an
equivalent or post-graduate degree) or in the final year of study for that degree and
should display an interest in subjects relating to criminal law, criminology, penology
and human rights. Academic excellence and research experience is
recommended. Successful applicants will be subjected to a vetting process.
Further details about the position can be obtained from the Office of the Inspecting
Judge. An example of written work between 6 – 12 pages in length, which
demonstrates critical legal analysis and is written solely by the applicant; and
letters of recommendation from two referees, together with their names and
contact details (including but not limited to their email addresses).
DUTIES : Research for the Inspecting Judge, Report writing, Ad hoc tasks allocated by the
Inspecting Judge. Consolidate and analyse monthly statistical reports for the
Inspecting Judge. Preference will be given to all women and people with
ENQUIRIES : Mr. M Sello. Tel No: (012) 321 0303