Tourism Monitors


Tourism Monitors (38 positions)

25 May 2021


Table Mountain National Park


Vacancies currently exist for 38 Tourism Monitors in the Table Mountain National Park Biodiversity Social Projects. The total remuneration package is a basic salary as per the Expanded Public Works Programme rate of R190.00 per day.

Successful candidates will have to provide their own accommodation/travelling as there is no official accommodation in the park.

Applications can be made using the link below:
(Copy the link into your web browser on your computer / mobile phone to complete the application form)

Applications that have not been responded to within 21 days should be regarded as unsuccessful.


  • Matric/Grade 12/NCV Level 4
  • Relevant environmental field related National Diploma would be advantageous
  • Aged between 18 – 35 years
  • Language proficiency in English and any other local language.
  • Preference will be given to applicants of local communities
  • Clear criminal record.
  • Computer Competency (MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
  • Computer literacy levels (MS Word, Excel) will be tested where applicable
  • Passing of fitness trial which includes (dependent on the deployment activities):
    • 2,4 km run in 12 minutes or less
    • Ability to do 30 pushups and 30 sit-ups in under a minute
    • Successful candidates are then granted an interview
  • Successfully candidate will have to undergo medical fitness, polygraph (where applicable) through a Medical Practitioner.
  • Availability to work flexible hours e.g. weekends, public holidays as and when required


  • Crime prevention activities.
  • Crime response.
  • Search and rescue operations.
  • Lifesaving skills and First Aid.
  • Visitor information and guidance (providing tourists with information on safest routes and areas).
  • Compliance regulation (e.g. littering, dogs, bicycles, noise, alcohol).
  • Research support (e.g. crime statistics, tourism, environmental requirements).
  • Support in field data collection of environmental crime and analysis.
  • Control of invasive species – reporting wgere extensive; removing where a minor presence.
  • Monitoring and repair of security and environmental risks (e.g. paths, erosion, fire, fencing, signage).
  • Back-up capacity for emergencies (e.g. mopping up after fires).
  • Litter management