x109 Tourism Safety Monitors wanted at Department of Tourism

Job Summary

Networx for Career Development in collaboration with the Department of Tourism invite applications for the Tourism Safety Monitors Programme x109 posts.

Closing date: 12 March 2024

Location: various
Stipend : The beneficiary shall receive a daily stipend of R200.

About the Tourism Monitors Programme

Networx for Career Development in collaboration with the Department of Tourism hereby invites applications from interested candidates to be pad of the Tourism Monitors Programme for a period of twelve (12) months.

Candidates are encouraged to only apply to municipalities and establishments within their residential/ local areas.

Please take note that successful candidates will be expected to sign a 12 month contract with Networx for Career Development and be deployed at the attractions/ sites closer to their residence.

The programme will be implemented for 12 months, the three (3) months will be for Theory Training and nine (9) months for Practical Training.

Recruiting Sites

The following sites are recruiting the indicating number of candidates:

  • Hout Bay (20 Monitors)
  • Saldanha Bay (20 Monitors)
  • False Bay (20 Monitors)
  • Cape Agulhas (20 Monitors)
  • Hessequa (Heidelberg, Jongensfontein, Stilbaai Riversdale, Albertinia (6 Monitors)
  • Cape Winelands (Pearl, Ceres, Tulbagh, Stellenbosch, Franschhoek (23 Monitors).
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How to Apply

Applicants must meet the following minimum criteria. The applicant should:

  • Be a South African citizen (Certified copy of an Identity Document),
  • Be unemployed youth between the ages of 18 and 35,

  • Be in possession of a Matric certificate or any equivalent qualifications,
  • Be literate and conversant in English,
  • Added qualifications in tourism or environmental related fields will be an added advantage,

  • Stay within a 28km radius of the attractions / sites
  • Proof of residence will be required, (e.g municipality bill or letter from a tribal authority or ward councilor
  • Be able to work flexible hours (e.g. ) weekend, public holiday and as-and-when-required,

  • Have a passion or interest in the tourism sector.
  • Not more than one (1) learner per household. No affidavits will be accepted as proof of residence. and No faxed or Google docs applications/ documents will be accepted

  • Applicants who meet the above requirements should submit a detailed curriculum vitae (CV) together with certified copies of qualifications, identity document, and proof of residence not older than three (3) months.

Failure to submit the required documents will result in the application not being considered Enquiries SAG 201 41041.

Applications must be delivered online:

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Note Short-listed candidates will be subjected to an interview to determine their suitability.


  • Itumeleng Tladi

    Itumeleng teaches high school Mathematics in Groote Schuur. In addition to curating career opportunities on, Itumeleng mentors a community group of youth in STEAM. At chess, he's Western Cape's best.

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