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The Parliament of South Africa invites applications from suitably qualified applicants to fill its job vacancies in South Africa.


Parliament plays a direct and active role in national affairs. It is the place where the members of Parliament look after your interests. Members of Parliament (MPs) have many responsibilities, including -

  • making laws that will improve our lives;
  • discussing and debating government policy and other political issues;
  • consulting with you, the people, and representing your views in Parliament;
  • helping people in their constituencies;
  • approving the budgets of government departments, as presented to Parliament by the Minister of Finance;
  • making sure that the work that government promised to do is being done; and
  • checking that public money is being spent wisely.



The vision is an inspiring picture of a preferred future. It is not time-bound and serves as a foundation for all policy development and planning. It is specific to the institution, but linked to the overall vision of the legislative sector. In this regard, discussions during the review process centered round the vision set out by the National Development Plan.



The vision aims to create an open, democratic, and equal society. The vision incorporates the additional element of an activist Parliament to broaden the intended impact on society so that equality can be achieved. This will reflect the evolving nature of Parliament and the need to enhance societal outcomes.



The mission statement gives the reason for an institution’s existence based on its legislative mandate, functions and responsibilities. The mission should succinctly identify what the institution does, why and for whom. A key factor in the review process identified representation as the main function, whereby Members ensure that the people’s interests are taken into account, and responded to, ensuring government by the people. The new mission aligns with Sections 42(3) and 42(4) of the Constitution.

Parliament aims to provide a service to the people of South Africa by providing the following:

  • A vibrant people’s assembly that intervenes and transforms society and addresses the development challenges of our people;
  • Effective oversight over the Executive by strengthening its scrutiny of actions against the needs of South Africans;
  • Participation of South Africans in the decision-making processes that affect their lives;
  • A healthy relationship between the three arms of the State, that promotes efficient co-operative governance between the spheres of government, and ensures appropriate links with our region and the world; and
  • An innovative, transformative, effective and efficient parliamentary service and administration that enables Members of Parliament to fulfill their constitutional responsibilities


All Parliamentary officials are employed by the Parliamentary Services Administration which is headed by the Secretary to Parliament.
The role of the Parliamentary Services Administration is to support the effective functioning of Parliament and Members of Parliament (MP’s) in fulfilling their constitutional mandate.

The range of services provided by the Parliamentary Services Administration include (but is not limited to):

  • Table administrative and procedural support services
  • Committee secretarial and administrative support services
  • Library and research services
  • Constitutional legal drafting and advisory services
  • Language translation, reporting and interpreting support services
  • Security services
  • Building facilities management and catering services
  • Human Resources, Technology, Communications, Financial Management services




Remuneration Package

The Parliamentary Services Administration offers a total cost to company (CTC) remuneration package which is all inclusive of the basic benefits such as: -

  • Medical aid
  • Pension fund
  • 13th Cheque


Group Life Insurance & Family Funeral Plan

All employees are insured by the Institution’s Group Life Scheme which covers employees in the event of their death and /or disability.
Employees and their immediate family members (spouse and dependents) are also covered by the Family Funeral Plan.



The Parliamentary Services Administration encourages an environment of excellence, continuous improvement, learning and growth. It provides development opportunities to its employees aligned to personal development plans through initiatives such as: -

  • Bursaries
  • e-Learning courses and programmes
  • Short training courses and programmes
  • Conferences


The Parliamentary Services Administration aims to create a healthy, safe and conducive working environment for its employees. Various wellness initiatives are in place to support employees.
These include:

  • Employee Assistance Programme where employees and their immediate dependents have access to the telephonic counselling services for work or non-work related matters. This service is available 24/7/365, provided in all of the 11 official South African languages.
  • Membership to the Parliamentary sports and recreation clubs (Cricket, Rugby, Soccer, Golf, Hiking, Chess, Table Tennis, Athletics, Cycling, Tennis, Yoga and Tai Chi etc.)
  • Wellness awareness days to promote a healthy lifestyle and to create general awareness around the management of chronic illnesses and diseases.
  • Access to the onsite emergency clinic in the case of an emergency.




  • Do you value professionalism and are you able to work well independently and within a team?
  • Do you have lots of energy and drive and are you able to adapt to an ever changing environment?
  • Are you focused on delivering results and consistently going the extra mile for your customers and stakeholders?
  • Do you have a tactful and diplomatic approach when dealing with customers and stakeholders?
  • Are you willing to learn and wanting to invest in your personal development?
  • Do you enjoy making use of technology to improve the way you work?
  • Do you value accountability and are you able to maintain integrity in everything you do?
  • Do you have a strong sense of organisational awareness and commitment?


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