Eldos Youth-SAPS wants YOU!
WESTSIDE-ELDOS / 02 JUNE 2018 - 11/11 / ZOE VAN ROOYEN
Potential applicants were provided with all the Dos and Donts as SAPS are on a recruitment drive.
The Greater Eldorado Park Youth Skills Development Centre (YSDC), in partnership with the South African Police Service (SAPS), has seen the need in the Eldorado Park community where employment has become a cause for real concern.
YSDC chairperson, bishop Marcus Jacobs said, “The centre has successfully trained many youngsters but they are still without jobs, that is the reason this roadshow is so important. They will able to submit their CV’s and other documents immediately. We want to make sure our children from Eldos get into the police force.”
Jacobs headed the roadshow with the SAPS recruitment department of SAPS and Rajesh Kana, of the SAPS personnel management recruitment department was at the roadshow which was held at the Don Mateman Civic Centre in Eldorado Park, Extension Five last Friday.
The roadshow was intended to give the community job opportunities and to allow the youth to understand the importance of being part of a career planning session. Those in attendance were provided with invaluable information about the requirements to get into the police force. Colonel Swanepoel spoke to the attendees about human resource planning and optimisation.
Rajesh Kana from the SAPS personnel recruitment department.
The event was co-ordinated by YSDC centre manager, with the assistance of Ward 18 councillor, Fazel Jaffer.
“For the youth who are still interested in applying to the police force, they need to make their way to Greater Eldorado Park Youth Skills Development Centre,” said Soekayna.
The centre’s address is 4050 Industrial Crescent, Extension 5, Eldorado Park and anyone who needs more information, can contact them on 011 945 1176 or 011 047 9649. The application closing date is June 15 and feedback regarding eligible applications will be communicated by SAPS.
Applicants need to be between the ages of 18 to 30, be in possession of a valid South African Identity Document, have a valid driver’s licence, provide proof of residence as well as post school qualifications, service certificate or previous employer. No applicants with visible tattooing will be accepted.
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