How To Apply For Jobs At The Department Of Higher Education And Training

Tuesday, 4 February, 2020 - 09:46
Terrique Faro

The Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) was established in 2009 when the former Department of Education was divided into two sections: Basic Education and Higher Education and Training.

How To Apply For Jobs At The Department Of Higher Education And Training

The Department of Higher Education and Training invites all South African's interested in pursuing a career in education or training to apply.

If you are looking for an opportunity at the DHET, you can follow the below steps to apply. It’s simply.

  1. Visit The DHET Site

  2. Browse Available Jobs

  3. Apply!

    • When applying for the vacancy you are interested in, you will need to do the following:
      • Download and complete the Z83 Application form
      • Read through the job advertisement to check whether you meet the requirements
      • Gather your CV, copy of your ID document, certified copies of your qualifications and the Z83 application form
      • Send all the above documents to the stipulated address in the advertisement or hand deliver as requested.

To work for the DHET you will need the following:

  • A South African ID 
  • Be able to work stipulated hours
  • A minimum qualification of Grade 12 (or equivalent) + requested qualifications
  • DHET reserves the right to conduct Employee Verification Checks, including but not limited to Criminal and Credit Checks
  • If you haven't heard back within 30 days, your application was unsuccessful.

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