In order to comply with Section 77 of the Public Finance Management Act of 1999, the Department must select three members to the Audit Committee. The Department wants to improve its administration’s transparency so that the public has faith in its stewardship and use of public funds. The members will contribute to the achievement of these and other corporate governance objectives.


The Department encourages suitable individuals to submit their CVs and motivations for consideration. The following are some of the factors that will impact the appointment:
Individuals who possess any of the following professional certifications are encouraged to apply: CFE/ CCSA/ CIA/ CA (SA) and other Professional Certificates BCompt Accounting/Internal Audit/ MBA/ LLB/ HRM CFE/ CCSA/ CIA/ CA (SA) and other Professional Certificates Financial management, internal and external audits, forensic audit, risk management, performance management; legal services, information technology, and human resource management all require proven skill and experience. Candidates should be serving members of an audit committee or have at least 5 years of experience serving on audit committees.
Independence, Integrity, Willingness to Devote Time and Energy, Good Communication Skills (both oral and reporting), Analytical Reasoning Abilities, Strategic Thinking, Natural Curiosity, and Objectivity are all attributes that individuals should possess.


Persons interested in this position and who are eminently qualified will be required to provide the following services, among others:
Providing advice to the Department, the National Commissioner, and management on the following topics: Internal Audit; Internal Financial Controls (financial reporting reliability and accuracy); Accounting Policies; Risk Management; Performance Management; Human Resource Management; Effective Governance; Combined Assurance; Compliance with laws and regulations; Information Technology Governance; Fraud and Corruption issues/matter; Ethics And any other concerns that the Department refers to the Committee. Review the yearly financial statements; evaluate the department’s performance; reply to the Department on any issues raised by the Auditor General; and supervise any investigations into the department’s financial operations as required.

Those who have been invited to interview for a position on the Audit Committee will be notified as soon as possible.
Applications must be sent in writing, together with a CV and a letter of motivation. Applicants who are female are strongly encouraged to apply. The successful candidates will be subjected to a Top Secret security verification process as well as a mandatory induction program.

Closing date of Applications 02 July 2022

All applications must be hand delivered or couriered to the:
Chief Audit Executive
South African Police Service
Telkom Towers North
152 Johannes Ramokhoase Street


Appointed candidates’ terms of office will be three years, following which the Department may evaluate them. Individuals appointed to the audit committee will be compensated according to National Treasury Regulations.

If you happen to have any questions or inquiries regarding the advertisement for the Job feel free to contact Colonel M Mdaka On 012 397 7152

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