The CCMA is currently seeking two dedicated individuals to join its team as Part-Time Interpreters at the Tshwane Office in Gauteng Province. This role presents a rewarding opportunity to contribute to the mission of facilitating effective communication in diverse settings. Candidates with strong language skills, cultural competence, and a passion for supporting community engagement are encouraged to apply.

Interested individuals are invited to explore further details about the role and submit their applications today to become valued members of the team.

Part-Time Interpreter Positions Overview:

  • Position Title: Part-Time Interpreter (Independent Contractor) x2
  • Location: Tshwane Office, Gauteng Province
  • Reference Number: PTITSH06-24
  • Rate: R929.03 per day
  • Closing date: 27 June 2024


  • Matric Certificate: Possess a Matric certificate (Grade 12).
  • National Diploma in Labour Related Qualification: Hold a National Diploma in a Labour Related Qualification.
  • 1 Year Experience: Have at least 1 year of relevant experience in interpretation or related fields.
  • Knowledge of Latest Legislation/Amendments: Demonstrate understanding and knowledge of the latest legislation and amendments relevant to the field of interpretation or labour relations.

For the 1st Position (Languages: Tshivenda and Xitsonga):

  • Proficiency in Tshivenda and Xitsonga languages is required.
  • Ability to provide accurate verbal interpretations in Tshivenda and Xitsonga during CCMA hearings.
  • Ensure effective communication between parties in Tshivenda and Xitsonga within CCMA proceedings.
  • Support administrative functions related to interpretation services for Tshivenda and Xitsonga languages.

For the 2nd Position (Languages: Sesotho, IsiZulu, and Xitsonga):

  • Proficiency in Sesotho, IsiZulu, and Xitsonga languages is required.
  • Provide accurate verbal interpretations in Sesotho, IsiZulu, and Xitsonga during CCMA hearings.
  • Facilitate clear communication between parties in Sesotho, IsiZulu, and Xitsonga within CCMA proceedings.
  • Assist with administrative duties associated with interpretation services for Sesotho, IsiZulu, and Xitsonga languages

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Verbal Interpretations During Hearings: Provide accurate and clear verbal interpretations during CCMA hearings to facilitate understanding between parties.
  • Administrative Support Functions:
    • Assist in administrative support functions related to interpretation services within CCMA proceedings.
    • Ensure all documentation and records related to interpretation services are accurately maintained and organized.
    • Collaborate with CCMA Commissioners and structures to support the overall efficiency and effectiveness of CCMA activities.

Application Guidelines:

  • Strict Application Procedure: Applications must be submitted strictly via the provided link: No emailed or hand-delivered applications will be accepted.
  • Comprehensive Application Requirements:
    • Ensure all relevant material information is disclosed in your online application to assist the panel in considering your candidacy.
    • Upload a detailed CV, copies of qualifications, driver’s license, and ID document as specified.
    • Failure to complete the online form fully or provide the required information will result in automatic disqualification.
  • Single Application Submission: Only one online application per candidate should be submitted.
  • Adherence to Procedures: Non-adherence to the stated application procedures or submission of incomplete applications will lead to disqualification.
  • Important Note: Incomplete and late applications will automatically be disqualified from consideration.
  • Application Outcome and Correspondence Policy: If applicants have not received a response within one month from the closing date, they should consider their application unsuccessful. Correspondence will exclusively occur with short-listed candidates.
  • Promotion of Representivity: The CCMA is committed to promoting representivity concerning race, gender, and disability in the filling of these positions. Preference will be given to candidates from designated groups as stipulated by employment equity regulations.

Prospective candidates are thanked for considering career opportunities with the CCMA. Applicants are advised to monitor their application status, as unsuccessful candidates will not receive correspondence within one month from the closing date. The CCMA places a high value on diversity and strives to promote representivity in terms of race, gender, and disability throughout its workforce.

All applications received are greatly appreciated, and the CCMA remains steadfast in its commitment to fair and inclusive recruitment practices.