1. Applicants are hereby invited from suitable qualified candidates for work opportunities for Expanded Public Works Programme [EPWP] work opportunities up to 31 March 2025.
  2. Applications should be submitted on Z83 obtainable from any government institution and must be
    accompanied by certified copies of required qualifications, Identity document and comprehensive CV.
  3. Shortlisted candidates will be required to come for interview, at which time, certified copies of all relevant qualifications and a copy of ID must be submitted.
  4. Applicants should complete separate applications where more than one centre is applied for.
  5. The new Z83 form must be fully completed and signed by the applicant. The following must be
    considered in relation to the completion of the Z83 BY APPLICANTS: All details of Part A, Part C and Part D must be completed. In Part B, all fields should be completed in full except the following: South African applicants need not provide passport numbers. If an applicant responded “NO “to the question “Are you conducting business with the State or are you a Director of a Public or Private company conducting business with the state? If yes (Provide details then it is acceptable for an applicant to indicate not applicable or leave blank to the question,” In the event that you are employed in the Public Service, will you immediately relinquish such business interest?”. Applicants may leave the following question blank if they are not in possession of such: If your profession or occupation requires official registration, provide date and particulars of registration”. Noting there is limited space provided for Part E, F & G, applicants often indicate refer to Curriculum Vitae (CV) or see attached”, this is acceptable as long as the CV has been attached and provides
    the required information. If the information is not provided in the CV, the applicant may be disqualified. It must be noted that a cv is an extension of the application of employment Z83, and applicants are accountable for the information that is provided therein. The questions related to conditions that prevent re – appointment under Part F must be answered.
  6. Successful candidates will be expected to work eight [8] hours per day
  7. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply and correspondence will be entered into with shortlisted candidates only.
  8. Applicants responding to this circular should quote the Circular Number as reference number on the Z83 form.
  9. The Department reserves the right not to fill any advertised posts.
  10. To apply, click the link next to the post you are applying for and follow the instructions.



CENTRES: Capricorn District [119] Zebediela Hospital [6], Thabamoopo Hospital [9], Botlokwa
Hospital [9], Seshego Hospital [14], Mankweng Hospital [20], Pietersburg Hospital [20], WF Knobel
Hospital [14], Helene Franz Hospital [14], Lebowakgomo Hospital [13]

Mopani District [63]: Nkhensani Hospital [12], Letaba Hospital [5], Dr CN Phatudi Hospital [11], Van
Velden Hospital [5], Kgapane Hospital [13], Maphutha L Malatjie Hospital [11], Evuxakeni Hospital [6]

Sekhukhune District [75]: Dilokong Hospital [13], Mecklenburg Hospital [11], Groblersdal Hospital
[12], Jane Furse Hospital [12], Matlala Hospital [12], Philadelphia Hospital [7], St Rita’s Hospital [8]

Vhembe District [89]: Elim Hospital [12], Tshilidzini Hospital [10], Malamulele Hospital [11], Musina
Hospital [11], Donald Frazer Hospital [15], Hayani Hospital [10], Louis Trichardt Hospital [8], Siloam
Hospital [12]

Waterberg District [82]: Warmbaths Hospital [7], Witpoort Hospital [14], Mokopane Hospital [12],
Thabazimbi Hospital [8], Voortrekker Hospital [10], FH Odendaal Hospital [12], George Masebe
Hospital [10], Ellisras Hospital [9]


(A) Qualifications and Competencies
Minimum requirements:

  • Grade 12
  • Certificate in Hospitality Management from TVET.

(B) Knowledge and Skills

  • Knowledge of supplies, equipment, and/or services ordering and inventory control.
  • Ability to follow routine verbal and written instructions.
  • Ability to read and write.
  • Ability to understand and follow safety procedures.
  • Ability to safely use cleaning equipment and supplies.
  • Ability to lead and train students.
  • Ability to lift and manipulate heavy objects.
  • Knowledge of food service lines set-up and temperature requirements.
  • Skill in cooking and preparing a variety of foods.
  • Knowledge of food preparation and presentation methods, techniques and quality standards


  • Comply with Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point [HACCP] on food handling and preparations to ensure food safety.
  • Ensure that daily activities are in-line with the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point [HACCP].
  • Pre-preparation and cooking of food for normal diet as per standardized recipes.
  • Pre-preparation and cooking of food for therapeutic diet as per standardized recipes.
  • Portion and serve (plating or bulk serving) and pack meal delivery carts according to the wards diet lists.
  • Push meal delivery carts to wards to deliver food as per ward list.
  • Collect meal delivery carts from the wards after serving of each meal.
  • Place servings in blender to make foods for soft or liquid diets.
  • Assist in packing of food into storerooms.
  • Packaging and labelling of therapeutic diets as per ward diet list.
  • Place items such as eating utensils and condiments on trays.
  • Apportions and places food servings on plates and trays according to diet list.
  • Examine filled tray for completeness and places on cart, dumbwaiter, or conveyor belt.
  • Wash dishes and cleans work area, tables, cabinets, and ovens.
  • Collects and place garbage and trash in designated containers.
  • Emptying of waste bins at all times.
  • Clean, wash and maintain work areas including floors, facilities, pots, pans, service ware, utensils and equipment as appropriate to the area of operation.
  • Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
  • Handling of Dishwasher and cleaning of equipment and utensils before and after use.
  • Supply clean cutlery and crockery during mealtimes.
  • Report any faults, breakages and illness in the Food Service Unit (FSU)
  • Cleaning of the FSU and food trolleys according to the cleaning schedule and after very meal preparation and serving.

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