The Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport (GDRT) has teamed up with a talent acquisition service provider to identify and recruit Examiners who will play a pivotal role in enhancing service delivery, uplift communities, and create socio-economic benefits through the establishment of Smart Licensing Centers. 

These centres will be strategically located within or near Townships, Informal Settlements, and Hostels (TISH), utilizing existing infrastructure such as township malls, post offices, and municipal facilities. 

Why Become an Examiner with GDRT?

As an Examiner at GDRT’s Smart Licensing Centers, you will become an integral part of a groundbreaking initiative aimed at transforming communities and streamlining the licensing process. 

By joining this dynamic team, you will not only have the opportunity to contribute to a more efficient licensing system but also empower the youth of South Africa and drive positive change in your local community.

Minimum Requirements to Join Our Team as an Examiner

To be eligible for the Examiner positions, candidates must meet the following criteria:

  • Age: Applicants should be between 20 and 35 years old.
  • Residence: Reside in the areas of the approved pilot centres (proof of residence required).
  • Education: Possess a Matric Certificate and National Diploma/3 years formal qualification or equivalent (NQF 6).
  • Identification: Hold a valid South African Identity Document.
  • Driver’s License: Have a valid driver’s license.
  • Criminal Record: Maintain a clean criminal record.
  • Computer Skills: Be computer literate.
  • Communication: Possess good communication skills, be flexible, and have a positive attitude.

Approved Pilot Centers and Vacancies

GDRT is currently seeking Examiners for the following pilot centres:

  1. Mamelodi (Denlyn Mall) – 12 vacancies (Ref: TISHMAM001)
  2. Atteridgeville (Mnadi Mall) – 15 vacancies (Ref: TISHATT002)
  3. Soweto (Protea Glen Mall) – 10 vacancies (Ref: TISHSOW003)

Application Process

Unemployed applicants residing in Mamelodi, Atteridgeville, and Soweto are encouraged to apply. 

To submit your application, please follow these steps:

  1. Prepare your CV.
  2. Attach proof of residence signed and stamped by a ward councillor or a water and lights bill with a sworn statement/affidavit to confirm your residence.
  3. Include copies of your ID, driver’s license, and qualifications.

Submit your application to the following email addresses and ensure to quote the relevant reference in the email subject line:


Application Deadline

The closing date for applications is 10 September 2023. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. Please be advised that if you do not receive a response from us within 30 days after the closing date, your application may not have been successful.

Terms and Conditions

Qualifying shortlisted candidates will be required to complete a declaration of interest and confidentiality form. The selected candidates may undergo verification of qualifications, a vetting process, background checks, and, if necessary, Psychometric and Competency Assessments. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates.

In accordance with the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA), GDRT will collect, record, process, and distribute personal information provided by potential employees solely for the purpose of ensuring fairness in the recruitment process, and in compliance with relevant labour laws and related legislation.

Join Us in Growing Gauteng Together

By becoming an Examiner at GDRT’s Smart Licensing Centers, you will be part of a transformative journey that seeks to uplift communities, empower the youth, and streamline essential services.

Join us in growing Gauteng together, as we build a brighter future for South Africa.