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SARS seeks to be an employer of choice, not only amongst the public service agencies, but also in the private sector. In the 2012 Companies of the Future publication, SARS came out at number seven in two successive years for being one of the most sought-after employers by Commerce students at South African Universities. This was ahead of many top JSE-listed companies. In the 2012/13 Universum Student Survey of all universities and universities of technology in South Africa, SARS was ranked at number three by Business, Management and Commerce students as an ideal employer.
It is not only in Commerce that SARS provides exciting careers for professionals like chartered accountants, tax specialists, forensic auditors, and economists. Professionals ranging from legal practitioners, information technology, process engineering, business strategy, marketing, human resources, and procurement are also finding SARS the best employer to work for.
SARS prides itself with its values-driven culture with zero-tolerance to corruption. If you want to be part of an organisation that is working to make South Africa work, SARS is just the organisation for you. SARS provides graduate programmes, learnerships and other development opportunities to stay ahead of the skills race.
How we do it
We are heedful of the role of taxation in nation-building and therefore deem the tax system as an asset that belongs to the nation. In doing our work, we are guided by the code of conduct and the principles of SARS values of accountability, fairness, honesty, integrity, respect, transparency and trust. SARS encourages compliance with tax and customs law to ensure that everyone pays their fair share. We do so in a manner that does not unduly impede trade, economic growth and development by imposing excessive and unfair administrative burden on taxpayers, traders and businesses and to achieve compliance in the most efficient and cost effective manner. Our approach to promoting compliance is based on three principles. We must make taxpayers aware of their obligations, make it easy to meet them and act against those who break the law.