All appointments will be done in terms of the Public Protector Act and a 12 month probation period which may be extended to 18 months will be applicable. The successful candidates will be expected to sign the secrecy declaration form and a performance agreement within 2 months of accepting the position. A successful candidate will have to undergo security clearance, vetting and practical assessments may be conducted. The Public Protector South Africa reserves the right not to fill the vacancies. Applications must be accompanied by a covering letter with a detailed CV, 3 contactable references, recently certified (within 6 months) copies of qualifications (matric certificates, certificates of qualifications), a valid Drivers License(where required) and ID document. Applications not complying with the above will be disqualified. Correspondences will be limited to the short-listed candidates. Should you not be contacted within 2 months, please consider your application to be unsuccessful. The Public Protector South Africa is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and is committed to the achievement and maintenance of representivity (race, gender and disability). Preference will be given to the candidates whose appointment or promotion meets the requirements for Employment Equity representivity in the Institution and who are from or who resides in the province the post is in. People with disabilities and Males (All races) will be given preference.