all-inclusive package of R390
350 per annum
South African Board for Sheriffs (SABFS) is
responsible for the maintenance of the
esteem of, the
enhancement of the status of, and the improvement of
standard of training of and functions performed by
sheriffs, in a manner that
enhances access to justice.
Board seeks to appoint a progressive, service-
oriented and results-driven
individual to effectively
provide innovative, cost-effective and value-added
prosecution services to the SABFS, and to ensure good corporate governance
within the Sheriffs’ profession.
PURPOSE OF THE POSITION
main purpose of the post is to prepare and handle
disciplinary inquiries where
sheriffs have committed
improper conduct. Files formal applications for
suspension, removal, drafting of charge letters, general
criminal action against sheriffs. Job also
entails dealing with Legal and
Complaints within the
legal department when required to do so.
Legal & Complaints Division is the organisations
providing highly skilled & expert
support regarding issues of law and
resolving all complaints and claims received about sheriffs
nationally. The incumbent is responsible for the
handling of sensitive and
complex disciplinary matters including preparation of the charge sheet;
reports, suspensions, removal applications and criminal proceedings.
more information about the key performance areas as well as other requirements,
please visit our website at http://www.sheriffs.org.za/vacancies
for a complete job
7- 10 years’ experience as a prosecutor or in
the legal field where the leading
of evidence was a strong
component of the job.
of criminal law will be advantageous.
evidence/ litigation experience.
to prepare complex applications for suspension
and removal, completed LLB
degree and member of
relevant legal bodies.
communication skills (written& verbal)
knowledge of the Sheriffs Act, Regulations, Code of Conduct and supporting
legislation applicable to the sheriffs’ profession.
literacy and report writing.
Code 8 driver’s license.
South African Board for Sheriffs encourage applications from people with
will be limited to shortlisted candidates
letter of application together with an update Curriculum Vitae and certified
copies of qualifications, should be
submitted to [email protected]
Closing date: 21 August 2020