The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) is an independent statutory body that was established by the
President in terms of the Special Investigating Units and Special Tribunals Act no. 74 of 1996. The
primary mandate of the SIU is to investigate allegations of corruption, malpractice and
maladministration in government departments, municipalities and State Institutions, State Owned
Entities, and to recover financial losses suffered by State institutions.
GAUTENG, Head Office – REF NO: SIU21/12/012
Salary R170 298.99 – R224 954.43 per annum
Main purpose: To provide a professional meet and greet service to visitors to the SIU and to answer the
telephone and direct calls accordingly. To provide administrative support with deliveries, mail, physical
access control, boardroom booking and ad hoc administrative services.
Minimum qualification and experience: Matric (NQF4). 2 -3 years’ experience as a receptionist or
Key performance areas (include but not limited to): Receptionist Function. General Administration
Technical skills: Communication. Listening. Interpersonal. Time management.
Required knowledge and behaviour (include but not limited to): Basic MS Office Suite proficiency.
Attention to detail. Accuracy. Customer focused. Professional. Reliable.
Applications for this post can be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: 17 December 2021
The appointment of candidates will be at the Unit’s sole discretion and the Unit reserves the right
not to make an appointment.
The SIU encourages electronic applications (email). Please seek the assistance to assist you in
your application, should you not have access to electronic means.
All applicants must complete the SIU Application form. Application Form can be downloaded from
https://www.siu.org.za or visit SIU’s file share on https://siushare.siu.org.za (Click on Enter as
The SIU is an Anti-Corruption Investigating Unit and requires applicants to make a full and frank
disclosure in their application form.
Fraudulent qualifications or documentations will automatically disqualify candidates.
All candidates will be subjected to integrity screening procedures and a favourable end report is
Other critical positions may be subjected to vetting procedures after appointments.
Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. Please be advised that applications
received means that processing may take some time. Candidates who have not been contacted
within three (3) months of the closing date should consider their applications unsuccessful.
POPIA disclaimer: In line with Protection of Personal Information Act, 4 of 2013 by applying for
this position it is accepted that you have consented to your personal information being used and
kept for the purposes of processing your application. The SIU will ensure the protection and
safeguarding of personal information and all information collected will not be shared with any third
parties or be used for the purposes other than for the purpose it was intended.
The SIU is committed to equality, employment equity and diversity. Preference will be given to
persons from designated group in particular Africans and people with disabilities in line with the
SIU Employment Equity Plan.
The salary offered will be in line with SIU approved salary scales, which may change subject to
relevant approvals and annual increases.
Late applications will not be considered after the closing date