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Wednesday, 5 March 2014

Messenger/Driver for Defence - South African High Commission Uganda

Vacancy : Messenger/Driver for Defence (LRP 3)
Recruiting Company: South African High Commission
Duty Station: Kampala,
Country Uganda

About Us:
The South African High Commission is the diplomatic mission from South Africa to Uganda. The first democratic elections in South Africa were held on the 27 April 1994, and on 31 May of that year, the country rejoined the Commonwealth, 33 years to the day after it withdrew on becoming a republic. Along with the country's diplomatic missions in other Commonwealth countries, the mission once again became a High Commission.

President Nelson Mandela appeared on the balcony of South Africa House in 1995, as part of his Official State Visit. In 2001, Mandela again appeared on the balcony of South Africa House to mark the seventh anniversary of Freedom Day, when the system of Apartheid ended.

Key Duties
The Messenger will also be responsible for secretarial /administrative duties
The applicant will be performing driving duties for the Defence Advisor.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
The ideal candidate should have attained 10 years schooling plus two years’ experience as a Driver
The applicant should possess a valid driver’s license
Fluency in English is a requirement
Excellent communication skills
Computer literacy skills
Excellent planning and organizational skills
The applicant must possess a high sense of urgency
High personal initiative and innovative skills

All candidates who desire to join the South African High Commission in Uganda should send their updated CVs and copies of all education certificates to:
First Secretary (Administration), Plot 15A Nakasero Road Kampala, Uganda.

NB: Preference will be given to the appointment South African Citizens.

Deadline: 12th March 2014