IMMIGRATION OFFICER: INSPECTORATE

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SALARY LEVEL : A basic salary of R208 584 to R245 694 per annum (Level 6). In addition, a range of competitive benefits are offered.

CENTRE : Limpopo: Medium Office: Groblersdal (1 Post)

REF NO : HRMC 25/20/8a

CENTRE : Western Cape: Medium Office: Caledon (1Post)

REF NO : HRMC 25/20/8b

REQUIREMENTS : • A Grade 12 Certificate at NQF level 4 as recognised by SAQA • 1 years’ experience • A relevant qualification at NQF level 6 will be an added advantage • Completion of the CADET or Internship Programme within the Department of Home Affairs will be an added advantage • Knowledge of the South African Constitution  Knowledge of the Public Service Regulatory Framework • Knowledge of the and Immigration Act, Refugees Act and Criminal Prosecution Act • Knowledge of International treaties • Knowledge and understanding of all Acts Administered by the Department • Liaison and interpersonal skills • Customer orientation • Written and verbal communication • Honesty and Integrity.

DUTIES : The successful candidate will be responsible for, amongst others, the following specific tasks: • Implement the arrest and detention of illegal foreigners and ensure compliance with Immigration Act • Oversee the tracing, arrest and detention of illegal foreigners within the Republic • Monitor the process of the deportation of illegal foreigners out of the country • Provide guidance and support to Immigration Officers on Immigration matters • Enable prosecution of transgressors of the legislation • Ensure adherence to and effective implementation of policy and legislation regarding Immigration matters • Report to Head Office on the training requirements for immigration officers, trends and statistics on the detention and deportation of illegal foreigners and prohibited persons • Liaise with stakeholders at various levels to ensure proper service delivery • Ensure efficient and effective compliance with the relevant regulatory framework • Encourage and recognise customer focus, counter corruption and service delivery • Act as a role model for all new processes, systems or practices and assist staff with technology and equipment • Monitor team’s
performance and take corrective action where required or escalate in accordance with DHA guidelines • Produce monthly reports and statistics regarding the volume of documents processed • Manage records/documentation according to DHA policies and requirements • Monitor quality and accuracy of output delivery by checking samples of outputs • Provide advice and assistance to staff members in  HRMC 25 of 2020 Vacancies in the Department 10 the execution of their daily tasks • Allocate daily work to staff members and monitor their progress against daily targets or goals • Identify challenges and make suggestions to superiors regarding solutions.

HOW TO APPLY

ENQUIRIES : Limpopo: Mr LJ Kgole, Tel No: (015) 287 2802
Western Cape: Mr M Pienaar, Tel No: (021) 488 1409/18

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