100 Opportunities For Casual Workers 

There are 100 vacancies for casual workers to work for the Agricultural Research Council in a range of tasks. If you have good written and verbal communication skills with at least grade 10, this could be for you.

There are 100 vacancies available for Casual Workers with the Agricultural Research Council in a range of tasks.

Key Performance Areas

• Performs routine activities under supervision.
• Adheres to instructions from supervisor.
• Utilises tools and materials, under supervision.
• Assists in research support, under supervision.
• Provides verbal feedback on work activities to supervisors.
• Adheres to quality standards.
• Assists with basic activities related to research services under supervision.
• Identifies and participates in own learning opportunities.
• Complies with SHE/OHS regulations and procedures.


• Good communication skills (verbal and written).
• Grade 10 or 1 year relevant experience.
• Valid driver’s license will be added advantage.

Positions available

Potchefstroom – 47 Positions

Jan Kempdorp – 16 Positions

Groblersdal-Loskop – 21 Positions

Cedara – 5 Positions

Bethlehem – 15 Positions

NB: Preferences will be given to applicants who reside at Potchefstroom, Jan Kempdorp, Groblersdal-Loskop, and Bethlehem

A competitive remuneration package will be congruent with the scope, responsibilities and the stature of the position. The appointment will be subject to a positive security clearance and preference will be given to South African citizens.
Applications must be accompanied by covering letter, detailed CV (Including certificates, supporting documents, copy of driver’s license and nationality and attached letters of referees).


Click on the link to apply: https://forms.office.com/r/pAX3e4q6Qi

NB: Non-RSA Citizens/work permit holders must attach certified copies as well as the names and particulars of three (3) traceable referees.
SAQA evaluation report must accompany foreign qualifications. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Applicants who do not receive any response four (4) weeks after the closing date must regard their applications as unsuccessful. The Agricultural Research Council is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to the principles and processes of Employment Equity. Preference will be given to the designated groups in line with the ARCs’ EE Plan. The company has the right not to appoint.

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