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IEC : Graduate / Internship Programme 2021

IEC : Graduate / Internship Programme 2021

Closing Date: 06 July 2021
Location: Centurion

Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced candidates for appointment to the following position/s in the administration of the Electoral Commission, a state institution established by Chapter 9 of the Constitution. The Electoral Commission is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer. It is the Electoral Commission’s intention to promote equity through meeting its numerical targets as contained in its approved Employment Equity Plan. Disabled persons are encouraged to apply. Preference will be given to internal applicants (permanent employees) of the Electoral Commission.

LOGISTICS Grad / Intern

Ref: No-01

  • Matric / N3 certificate and a tertiary qualification (Degree / Diploma) in Supply Chain Management / Logistics / Procurement / Warehousing/ Transport Management (a post-graduate qualification will be an added advantage).

PROCUREMENT AND ASSET MANAGEMENT Grad / Intern

Ref: No-02

  • Matric / N3 certificate and a tertiary qualification (Degree or Diploma) in Logistics / Supply Chain Management (a post-graduate qualification will be an added advantage).

GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Grad / Intern

Ref: No-03

  • Matric / N3 and a tertiary qualification (Diploma/ Degree) in Graphic Design (a post-graduate qualification will be an added advantage).  He/ she must have covered the latest versions of three or more of the following programmes: Photoshop; Illustrator; InDesign; Flash and Adobe Captivate.

Information Technology Grad / Intern

Ref: No-04

  • Matric / N3 certificate and a tertiary qualification – CompTIA A+ – CompTIA Network + – Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (or working towards it); (Degree/ Diploma) in Information Technology.

Human Resources Management Grad / Intern

Ref: No-05

  • Matric / N3 certificate and a Completed tertiary qualification (Degree / Diploma) in HRM / Labour Relations / Training & Development/ OD (a post-graduate qualification will be an added advantage).

Please Note

  • Applicants for the above position/s should not have a high party political profile.
  • Successful candidates will be required to enter into performance contracts.
  • Should applicants be in possession of a foreign qualification, it must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA).
  • All applications must include:
    • a covering letter that clearly indicates the relevant reference number of the post and your employee number (permanent employees) as it appears on your salary advice;
    • a recent, updated comprehensive curriculum vitae; and
    • certified copies of all qualification documents and identity documents.
  • Failure to attach the relevant reference number and to submit the requested documents will result in the application not being considered.
  • Please note that recommended candidates will undergo risk assessments, including inter alia the verification of curricula vitae, all qualifications, criminal and credit assessments and appointments will only be made upon positive verification thereof.
  • All appointments are subject to a probation period of twelve months.
  • The Electoral Commission will only correspond with short-listed candidates.
  • The Electoral Commission is under no obligation to fill the position/s and reserves the right not to make any appointment in the above post/s. Although advertised, positions may thus either be withdrawn, re-advertised or filled by way of transfer or deployment, should it be considered in the interest of service delivery.

How To Apply

Suitably qualified candidates must forward applications to the Manager: Training, Private Bag x112, Centurion, 0046, or Fax: (012) 622 5380 or email:  HRTraining@elections.org.za

SANPARKS: Graduate / Internship Programme 2021

SANPARKS: Graduate / Internship Programme 2021

Location: Groenkloof (Head Office)

Salary: R 5 000

The South African National Park hereby offers internship opportunities to South African graduates. Applications are invited from candidates in the following disciplines/fields of study:

  • Internal Audit
  • Marketing

Requirements:

Who is eligible to apply?

Unemployed South African graduates, with a tertiary qualification(Degree or National Diploma) in one of the abovementioned fields of study, who have not been previously employed and attended any internship programme.

Responsibilities:

The duration of the Internship will be one (1) year with a monthly stipend of R5000.00 will be paid to successful candidates.

Applicants must clearly specify their fields of interest from the list above, as well as location) accompanied by a typed CV, certified copies of Qualifications and copy of ID.

How To Apply

Interested persons who meet the requirements should forward their applications and detailed Curriculum Vitae to the following address:

Human Resources Division
SA National Parks
PO Box 787
Pretoria
0001
Fax: 086 295 4078
Email: jobapplications@sanparks.org

2021 Audit Learnership at PwC

2021 Audit Learnership at PwC

PwC provides industry-focused assurance, tax and advisory services to build public trust and enhance value for its clients and their stakeholders. More than 184 000 people in 157 countries across our network share their thinking, experience and solutions.

We currently have Internal Audit Learnership  at PwC 2021.

Competencies:

    • Learnerships for 2021 intake are being offered to students who are currently studying BCom Honours in Internal Audit.
    • The learnership will be based in the Bloemfontein office.
    • Bursaries may be offered to students meeting minimum requirements for financial assistance.
    • Vacation work offered students who are successful in securing the learnership/ Bursary contract with the firm.
    • Students must maintain consistent passes in all subjects as evidenced by a copy of an academic transcript which is to accompany this application.

Other requirements –

  • Fluent in English with strong communication skills.
  • Must have participated in sport and/or extramural activities at school and/or university.
  • Must be driven and have a sense of initiative.
  • Must have leadership qualities.
  • Must be a team player.
  • Must be deadline driven.
  • Must pay attention to detail.

Responsibilities:

  • Must be studying at a recognised institution of higher learning.
  • Required to maintain a consistently good academic record.
  • Must be in a position to be appointed to PwC Bloemfontein upon completion of their studies for three years.

SAASTA (DST & NRF) : 2021 Internships in Pretoria

SAASTA (DST & NRF) : 2021 / 2021 Internships in Pretoria

South African Agency for Science a Technology Advancement (SAASTA), a business unit of National Research Foundation) on behalf of the Department of Science and Technology (DST) invites applicants to apply for Science, Engineering and Technology Internship Programme 2021 / 2021.

Internship Application deadline is 28 February 2021

Internship Provider: South African Agency for Science a Technology Advancement (SAASTA)

Internship Location: Pretoria,  Gauteng

Unemployed Science, Engineering and Technology Graduates Required to Volunteer in the DST’s National Youth Service Programme 2021

The South African Agency for Science a Technology Advancement (SAASTA, a business unit of National Research Foundation) on behalf of the Department of Science and Technology (DST) is inviting unemployed science, engineering and technology graduates (18 to 35 years of age) to volunteer their services towards the implementation of the Youth into Science Strategy under the auspices of the National Youth Service Programme.  Volunteers will be deployed for a period of up to 12 months to participating organisations that collaborate with the DST in its youth development programmes.

A stipend will be paid to volunteers per month as follows: National Diploma NQF Level 6 (R 4 500), Bachelor’s Degree / B.Tech NQF Level 7 (R 5 000), Honours NQF Level 8 (R 5 500), Master’s NQF Level 9 (R 6 500), PhD NQF Level 10 (R 7 700).

Vacancies exist and become available during the year at a variety of organisations in all nine provinces.

How to apply

Interested youth, who meet the qualifications, are invited to submit a covering letter indicating why they want to volunteer, in which province they are residing and the province of their choice. Candidates should also include curriculum vitae, certified copies of ID and qualifications, and all their contact details. To view a list of current participating organisations, please visit our website: www.saasta.ac.za and then click on the National Youth Service Programme under Programmes\Nurturing Talent. 

Applications can be hand delivered to :

Human Resource Volunteer Department

South African Agency for Science and Technology Advancement (SAASTA)

1st Floor Didacta Building

211 Nana Sita Street

PRETORIA

0001

Please email your detailed cv’s to nysprecruitment@saasta.ac.za  

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified of the screening outcomes. All travel and relocation costs will be for the candidates’ own expenses. 

All enquiries:  McDonald Kapu, Tel: (012) 392 9300

2021 UCT Prospectus Download

2021 UCT Prospectus Download

Undergraduate prospectus

The undergraduate prospectus is a guide for school-leavers and others who are interested in studying for a first degree at UCT.

The prospectus introduces you to life at UCT, describing the campus and detailing the services and facilities that the university provides for students. Details of all undergraduate programmes are provided.

View the Undergraduate Prospectus.

 

2021 UCT Online Registration

2021 UCT Online Registration

Download the various faculty registration dates

Faculty of Commerce (Undergraduate)

Faculty of Commerce (Postgraduate)

Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment (Undergraduate)

Faculty of Health Sciences (Postgraduate)

Faculty of Humanities (Undergraduate)

Faculty of Humanities (Postgraduate)

Faculty of Law

Faculty of Science (Undergraduate – New Students)

Faculty of Science (Undergraduate – Returning Students)

Faculty of Science (Postgraduate)

Please contact the relevant faculty for all queries regarding registration.

OK Furniture 2021 Sales Assistant Learnership Programme

OK Furniture 2021 / 2021 Sales Assistant Learnership Programme

Our Furniture Division is offering a Sales Assistant Learnership to individuals with no previous working experience between the ages of 18 and 25. Job Type Classification Learnership
Location – Town / City Johannesburg and Pretoria
Location – Province Gauteng
Location – Country South Africa
Reporting To Branch Manager

Job Category Sales

This is an outstanding opportunity to join Africa’s biggest retailer, be trained, upskilled and obtain a formal qualification.

Learners that successfully complete the Learnership will obtain an NQF Level 3 qualification, in selling, in a retail environment.

The Learnership is a structured learning programme that is combined with practical work experience over a 12-month period.

This Learnership will enable learners to understand and operate in a retail environment, identify customer needs, drive sales and deliver outstanding customer service.

Qualifications

– Grade 12 with a minimum English symbol E, and minimum Mathematics symbol E (not Mathematical Literacy).

Experience: None required

Knowledge: None required

Skills

– Basic Computer Literacy
– Fluent in English and at least one other South African language
– Time Management Skills
– Written and verbal communication

– Inter-personal skills

Job objectives

– Perform sales activities to generate sales
– Identify and understand customer needs
– Provide customers with outstanding service and accurate information
– Perform sales administration duties in line with Company Policy
– Achieve sales targets by effectively selling the company’s products and/or services
– Maintain merchandising standards
– Perform prospecting activities

– Manage self and contribute to the team

Competencies:Essential

– Presenting and communicating information
– Persuading and influencing
– Results orientated
– Following instructions and procedures
– Attention to detail
– Taking initiative

– Desire to learn and grow

Desirable

– Working with people
– Ability to work within a team
– Coping with pressures and setbacks
– Self-motivated
– Taking responsibility

– Planning and prioritising

Jacaranda FM 2017 News Internship Opportunities

Jacaranda FM 2017 News Internship Opportunities

We are searching for TWO news interns to join our vibrant and dynamic news team. We have partnered with The Wits Radio Academy, a centre of training, research and public engagement in the field of radio. The Academy works with the university’s campus station, Voice of Wits 88.1FM in the heart of Braamfontein.

The two interns will rotate every 6 weeks between both organizations for a period of 12 months. Interns will be required to travel between Jacaranda FM (Midrand) and Wits (JHB). Interns should not be committed to other fields of study because they will be required to complete a radio journalism course.

The internship is designed to ensure that learning takes place in the various aspects and operations of a newsroom and interns, effective January 2021 to December 2021 and offers a monthly basic stipend.

At Jacaranda, interns will develop skills in the following areas:

  • Assist in various areas of the news department, thereby learning the practical skills involved
  • Assist in the general operations of a newsroom
  • Assist journalists in the compilation of their stories
  • Report from the field as well as work on the news desk

At VowFM, interns will develop skills in the following areas:

  • Compile and read daily bulletins
  • Report from the field
  • Package stories for current affairs programmes
  • Be actively involved in the day to day news and current affairs programming
  • Update social media with news content
  • Interns will be required to undertake short courses with the Wits Radio Academy

So what do you need?

    • Qualification in Journalism or related field (Bachelors’ Degree or 3 year National Diploma)
    • Valid driver’s licence or in the process of obtaining one
    • Good command of the English language, Preferably bilingual in Afrikaans and English
    • Quality writing and voicing scripts for radio
    • Check facts, accuracy and quality of stories
    • Operating studio and field recording and production equipment
    • Minimal editing and multi-track mixing experience needed

Application deadline: 10 November 2017 Email: khutso.tsikene@wits.ac.za

Applicants should submit a motivational letter of 250 words outlining why they would be a good fit for the position alongside a CV with three contactable references.