INVITATION TO JOIN THE BOTSWANA DEFENCE FORCE – LIMITED VACANCIES FOR SPECIAL ENTRANT OFFICER CADETS

VACANCIES
INVITATION TO JOIN THE BOTSWANA DEFENCE FORCE
LIMITED VACANCIES FOR SPECIAL ENTRANT OFFICER CADETS
Potential Candidates should possess a Bachelor’s or a Master’s degree from recognised institutions/universities in the following professions;
a. Lawyers with minimum 3 years experience and admitted at the High Court.
b. Chaplains who are Ordained Ministers.
c. Medical Fraternity;
(1) Medical Doctors
(2) Environmental Health Officers
(3) Veterinary Surgeons.
(4) Nurses
(5) Physiotherapists.
(6) Dentists.
(7) Biomedical Engineers.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
a. Botswana citizens, both males and females (in possession of a valid National ID card / ‘Omang’).
b. Aged under 40 years.
c. Minimum of 3 years work experience
d. Registered or licensed with relevant statutory bodies.
KEY SKILLS AND PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES
A skilled and adaptable individual with quality decision making skills, resilient, composed, Integrity and having ethical stance.
REMUNERATION, BENEFITS AND OPPORTUNITIES
BDF offers a competitive remuneration and benefits packages commensurate with qualification and skills including the following;
a. Free accommodation and subsidised utilities.
b. Professional and academic growth.
c. Local and international exposure.
MANDATORY TRAINING: Successful candidates will have to undergo a 12 weeks Special Entrant Officers Basic Military Training before commissioning as Officers. On completion of training Officers must be ready to serve in various geographic locations and environmental conditions.
Certified copies of relevant educational certificates/documents, including transcripts, CV, references and a valid national identity card (Omang) must be enclosed in the application and forwarded by post to:
The Commander
Botswana Defence Force
Reference: OCDT-SEO 1/16
Private Bag X06
Gaborone
Closing date: 31 July 2016
Hand deliveries will not be allowed.
Only successful candidates will be shortlisted for selection.
For Enquiries call 3662135/ 71373483
Source:Today’s Daily Newspaper