The Anti-Corruption Commission currently has the following vacancies:

 

DIRECTORATE: INVESTIGATION

POST  DESIGNATION: INVESTIGATING OFFICER (ANALYST)

Number posts: One(1)
Duty station: Windhoek
Salary: N$ 328 139  N$ 392 158 per annum

Additional benefits include: An annual bonus, pension benefits, transport and housing subsidy/rental allowance subject to certain conditions, and participation in the Public Service Medical Aid Scheme.

Minimum requirements: An appropriate National Diploma or equivalent qualification on NQF 6 plus 3 years relevant experience that focuses on the investigative work, forensic investigation, law enforcement, legal research, auditing, information technology (IT) or compliance with relevant laws. It includes the following: Investigative techniques, Rules of Criminal Procedure and Precedent court decisions concerning admissibility of evidence, constitutional rights, search and seizure and related issues.

Ability to:
Recognize, develop and present evidence that reconstructs events,
sequences and time elements; and
Establish relationships, responsibilities, legal liabilities, conflicts of interest
in a manner that meets requirements for presentation in various legal
hearings and court proceedings
Skills in:
Applying the techniques required in performing such duties as performing
surveillance and undercover work.

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POST  DESIGNATION: INVESTIGATING OFFICER GRADE 7 

Number of posts: One (1)
Duty station: Windhoek
Salary scale: N$328 139 392 158 per annum
Transport Allowance: N$7 680 per annum
Benefits include: An annual bonus, pension benefits, housing subsidy/rental allowance subject to certain conditions, and participation in the Public Service Medical Aid Scheme
Minimum requirements: An appropriate National Diploma or equivalent qualification on NQF L6 plus 3 years relevant experience that focuses on the areas of investigative work,
forensic investigation, law enforcement, legal research, auditing, information technology (IT) or compliance with relevant laws. It includes the following: Knowledge of
Investigative techniques;
Rules of criminal procedure;
Precedent court decisions concerning admissibility of evidence;
Constitutional rights search and seizure and related issues
operation of computer and job related software
Ability to
Recognize, develop and present evidence that reconstructs events, sequences and time elements; and
Establish relationships, responsibilities, legal liabilities and
conflict in interest in a manner that meets requirements

The closing date for applications is 27 June 2022                         NOTE: We are open Monday to Fridays ( 08h00 17h00)