White will renew his partnership with former Australia coach Eddie Jones, the man who White employed as part of his World Cup coaching team, as Saracens build up to the home league match against Worcester on Sunday, November 30.
"Over the course of the week, Jake will have a look at how we do things and work with us using his invaluable experience to add value across all aspects of the organization," said Jones, who became director of rugby at Saracens at the beginning of this season.
"Continual improvement as a Club is a real focus for us this season and to have someone like Jake come in for a few days is just another small step towards what we are trying to achieve as a team."
White will be at Twickenham to watch the Boks' final fixture of their three-match UK tour before joining up with a Sarries outfit who currently lie seventh in the Premiership standings.
Although the initial agreement is just a week-long, Jones is hopeful that White may return to the Vicarage Road side on other occasions throughout the remainder of the season.
"We're talking to Jake about him working with us for further stints throughout the rest of the season, but those discussions are ongoing.
"Having worked very closely with Jake during the World Cup, I know that using his world rugby knowledge and insight of the game, even for just a few days, will help in the development of the club."
Jones and White will also be working together for the Barbarians when the invitational XV take on the Wallabies at Wembley on Wednesday, December 3.