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Department of Education Learnerships

Department of Education Learnerships are aimed at providing a solid educational background and assisting in supporting the Governments goals in providing qualified workers in all industries. They strive to empower communities by providing quality education. Also see our full list of Government Learnerships.
Department of Education Learnerships Available

Department of Education Learnerships are all related to the educational process but also includes a variety of other fields seen as scarce skills. Depending on the learnership, some candidates may need to complete more than one for a formal qualification.

Basic Learnership fields:

Primary School Teacher
High School Teacher
Training Facilitator

Department of Education Learnerships Requirements

There are some set requirements that candidates need to meet to be eligible for a learnership through this Department. Below we have listed some of those requirements, yet, there may be more required depending on the selected field.

Basic Requirements needed:

Candidates must be South African citizens
Must hold a valid ID document
Applicants must have a Grade 12 certification
Must not be employed

If applicable candidates may also need to have a certificate or degree within their field. Applicants must also provide all their academic transcripts and be sure the information they provide is current. It is recommended to also include a detailed CV and reference letters if available.
Department of Education Learnerships Application

Each province in South Africa has their own Department of Education that falls under the Department of Education. The Department of Education learnerships applications online cannot be accessed, interested candidates can download the Z83 application form and submit it along with all required documentation to their nearest Department of Education.
Department of Education Learnerships Closing Date

Closing dates for these learnerships are different every year, but usually is around the middle of the year, June, July and August. Each Department may also have alternate closing dates, thus, it is better for interested candidates to first talk to someone at their local Department of Education before applying.

Department of Tourism Learnerships 2016

Tourism in South Africa has expanded significantly since 1994. It has opened many doors to new and exciting careers for young and talented individuals. They seek visionary people within a variety of fields yearly. The Department of Tourism Learnerships opportunities gives selected candidates new dreams and a lifetime of knowledge. If you feel drawn to this industry and you would like to learn from the best, then you may very well have found the place to move forward.

Candidates who would love to enter into the fields mentioned below, who meet all stipulations as set out by this Department, are invited to submit their applications once this learnership program opens.
Department of Tourism Learnerships Available

This Department has a wide variety of field to offer talented, young individuals. Candidates must, however, ensure that the Department has the field they are interested in applying for available before applying.

Career paths may include the following and more:

Hotel Management
Game Ranger
Outdoor activities Manager
Culinary Chef
Customer Service
Marketing Manager
Travel Agent
Travel Agent Manager
Tourism Officer
Tour Management
Events Coordinator
Wild Life Guide

Their learnership programs encourage unemployed, educated students to build on their experience and skills. Most of the learnerships provided are for a duration of 12 months or longer. The learnership programs provide practical, as well as theoretical experience for successful applicants. These programs are based on the scarce skills shortages within South Africa. With completion of their learnerships, some candidates may be offered a permanent position, where others will be skilled and experienced enough to enter the workforce, in other sectors of the country.

Also check out our full list of Government Learnerships 2016-2017.
Department of Tourism Learnerships Requirements

Candidates must usually be between the ages of 18 and 35 years of age, depending on the Department requirements. Candidates must include a curriculum vitae with contact details, contactable references, as well as any information they feel may be pertinent to their application.

Please also include ID, certified copies of all related certificates and proof of address. Candidates must be permanent South African residents and citizens. Candidates are usually only allowed to do one learnership, through one of the Departments. Candidates with disabilities are welcome to apply to all Departments of Government.

Candidates will also require to the following:

Matric / Grade 12
English – read, write and speak
Proficiency in one other National Language
Candidates must be Computer knowledgeable
Candidates must not have a permanent employment
Be self-motivated, able to work independently and a team player
Must show flexibility with a commitment to learn and show enthusiasm towards working
Candidates must be able to work under pressure
Candidates must be innovative, professional, honest, ethical and a great listener

Department of Tourism Learnerships Application

Online Application is made made available during the year depending on the need within the Department. Some of these learnership application forms can only be collected at the Departments involved. Most of the Government learnerships will be processed on a Z83 application form. This form must be accompanied by all relevant documentation.

Candidates must ensure that they complete the application form fully and sign it before sending it in. Any forms that are missing information, a signature, a date or documentation, will be disqualified. Any late entries will not be looked at. Qualifications and details will be verified.

Successful candidates will be contacted and an interview arranged. If you have not heard anything within 3 weeks to 3 months after closing dates, you can assume your application was unsuccessful. Applications that are faxed or e-mailed will not be considered.

Learnerships by each Department of Government are advertised as they become available yearly. Candidates can also find more information with their local Departments of Tourism, University Campus Career Centers or keep an eye on the press for learnership advertisements.

For any additional information concerning any of the learnerships provided by this Department, candidates please go to their website.
Department of Tourism Learnerships Closing Date

Closing dates will differ in accordance to the need within the Department. Candidates are urged to ensure they read the advertisement clearly and all detail of the learnership once they open. This will provide you with the closing date and all other information required.

Department of Labour Learnerships 2016-2017

This Government department helps individuals and companies to regulate working conditions and terms. To ensure everyone is treated equally and fairly, they work together with multiple companies to aid in providing skilled workers into a needy workforce. The Department of Labour Learnerships help to educate and assist with training talented individuals.

In all they do, they aid in fulfilling the Governments ‘National Skills Development Strategy’ Plan. This includes the development of high-quality learning opportunities, employment growth, and skills development in the formal sectors, development of small businesses, social development and aiding the youth to become part of the workforce.

These learnerships call for the youth between 16 and 35 . Candidates must not be currently employed and willing to enter into an agreement period as stipulated by the learnership available. Many of these learnerships will be advertised, be it via the newspapers, community centers, or the Labour Department website. Candidates are urged to look at learnerships within their skills range, as well as in their area.
Department of Labour Learnerships Available

There are numerous learnerships within all sectors, some career paths may comprise of the following options:

Accountancy
Financials
Chartered Accountancy
Bookkeeping
Human Resources
Management
Commerce Law
Supply Chain Management
Legal Secretary
Education
Nursing

Department of Labour Learnerships Requirements

Candidates must be permanent South African residents and citizens. Candidates must include a detailed curriculum vitae with contact details. Ensure you have contactable references, as well as any information you feel may be appropriate to the application. Please also include certified copies of all relevant certificates and ID Document.

Candidates will be required to provide the following:

Candidates must have Matric
Be proficient in English, read, write and speak
Computer literacy is an added advantage
Candidates must not have a permanent employment
Be self-motivated and a team player
Candidates must have good communication skills
Flexibility with a commitment to learn, but moreover willingness to work
Candidates must show skills in problem-solving, time management, planning and conflict resolution
Candidates must not have participated in any other learnership

Department of Labour Learnerships Application

Applying online is not available at present. Candidates can, however, register at the department’s new division (ESSA) via this link, once registered candidates can see what learnerships are available at present or visit the Department of Labour‘s website. Candidates will be required to complete a Z83 application form. This form is collectable at each of the Provincial offices of the Department.

Candidates can contact their local Department of Labour on the following numbers:

Free State – Bloemfontein – 051 505 6200

Limpopo – Polokwane – 015 290 1744

Kwa-Zulu – Natal – 031 366 2000

Mpumalanga – Witbank – 013 655 8700

North West – Mmabatho – 018 387 8100

Gauteng – Johannesburg – 011 853 0300

Gauteng – North Pretoria – 012 309 5000

Northern Cape – Kimberley – 053 838 1500

Eastern Cape – London – 043 701 3000

Western Cape – Cape Town – 021 441 8000

Applicants must fill in the form completely, sign it and attach an up to date Curriculum Vitae, with all certified copies of documentation as stipulated.

Applications that are not filled in completely, missing a signature, missing documentation or are received late, will not be considered. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Candidates may deem their application unsuccessful if they have not heard anything from the department within two months, after closing dates.
Department of Labour Learnerships Closing Dates

These learnerships have different closing dates, as each will depend on the learnership, and the company. Candidates must please ensure all documentation is attached, the forms are completed fully and signed.

BMW Learnership Programme 2016 – 2017

Bayerische Motoren Werke (Bavarian Motor Works), more commonly known as BMW, is a German automobile, motorcycle and engine manufacturing company founded in 1916. BMWs have been assembled in South Africa since 1968, initially at Praetor Monteerders’ plant in Rosslyn, near Pretoria, until BMW bought it out in 1975 after which it became BMW South Africa, the first wholly owned subsidiary of BMW to be established outside Germany. They offer a variety of programs to talented individuals, one of these are the BMW Learnership.

Mindful of the government’s desire to address the Skills shortages, unemployment, and poverty within the country via its National Skills Development Strategy, BMW buys into this idea by focusing on Training and Development of its own staff as well as offering various bursaries and learnerships every year.

The concept of a “learning organization” has been entrenched in the makeup of BMW for many years, as it rises to meet the development and training needs of the business. To this end, the company has a comprehensive suite of training programmes which it reviews and updates constantly.

BMW has over the past two decades, positioned itself well ahead of government’s objectives and was awarded the prestigious “Investors in People” accreditation which focuses on Training and Development.

BMW also believes in strengthening and developing the competency base of management and enhancing technical skills to meet the ever- progressing technical demands of the automotive business, thereby creating and enabling promotional opportunities from within.

BMW’s training and Development initiatives significantly contribute to employment equity by developing skills at all levels. The company actively supports mechatronics, atomtronics, engineering and logistics learnerships, which are open to those with the necessary qualification.

BMW learnerships consist of theoretical and practical training and afford the learner the opportunity to learn the skills and gain the knowledge, acceptable workplace behaviour and attitude that is required in the workplace.
The BMW Apprentice Level 1 Learnership

This is outcomes-based learning, and the learnership is based on a legally binding contract between the learner, the employer, and the service provider.
BMW Learnership Requirements

There are certain requirements for being accepted into this learnership:
Minimum Requirements

You must be a South African citizen
You must be in possession of a Standard 10/Grade 12 Certificate; or be in possession of a Further Education and Training Certificate NQF (Level 4) with a pass rate in Mathematics and Science
Applicants must be in possession of a driver’s licence
You must be computer literate in Office Suite

A tertiary technical qualification would be advantageous
Technical motor industry experience would be useful

Job Specification

Attend BMW SA Apprentice 1st level training course
Ensure proper administration of workshop documents and parts are collected
Responsible for visual (exterior) vehicle inspection within the workshop
Responsible for visual (interior) vehicle inspection within the workshop

Preference will be given to applicants who have additional tertiary technical qualifications or technical motor industry experience.

The Learnership Programme will consist of theoretical as well as practical workplace (on-the-job) training. You will provide support to Technicians in preparing, servicing and repairing of all vehicles while also obtaining other necessary knowledge and skills.

Each individual learnership offered by BMW will state the dealership that is offering the apprenticeship, e.g. in the Sandton area in Johannesburg. Training will take place at this dealership, and you will be responsible for all your own expenses such as relocation, transport and accommodation; it is therefore in your best interests to ensure that you take a position close to where you live.

Once you have completed the BMW SA Apprentice learnership programme, you will become a qualified BMW Technician.
BMW Learnership Application Process

In order to apply for the BMW SA Apprentice learnership programme, you must complete an application form in your own handwriting.

You can apply online here
Should the above link NOT work, please access the main site and look for the learnership for which you wish to apply

When applying for the learnership make sure that you specify the learnership post that you are applying for (e.g. BMW SA Apprentice learnership programme, Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa)
Make sure that you sign the application form yourself
Attach certified copies of all of your certificates and of your Identity Document (these copies must have been certified within the last 3 months – you can get this done at any Police Station)

Please Note:

Application forms that are late or unsigned will not be accepted
Photocopied forms will not be accepted

BMW Learnership Information

As different BMW Dealerships offer learnerships at different times but usually close during August, applications for the above BMW learnership may already have closed. More may open later in the year, or early in the new year. You can keep checking whether there are learnerships open for application yet by checking the local newspapers or by checking on the main BMW SITE or by clicking on this link and then selecting the option for you.

Barloworld Learnerships 2016-2017

Are you passionate about all things concerning motor cars, machinery, and technology while also advancing a cleaner, better future? If this is your first love in life, then Barloworld Learnerships may just be the place for you and your future.

Barloworld was established during the nineteenth century, they boast with processes in approximately 24 countries worldwide, with more than 19 500 personnel in South Africa.

Barloworld is one of the foremost brands in the world, they offer fleet management, integrated rentals, product sustenance in addition to logistic resolutions. They include power schemes, agricultural clarifications, earthmoving and material management for the substantial market productions. Moreover, they also offer supply chain optimization, retail & rental motors, fleet amenities, logistic union, disposal tenacities as well as used motor vehicles.

Barloworld is supported by many of the top brands while providing high-class services to their trade partners and customers. These include business solutions with flexible offers, but most of all value. They embrace brands such as Mercedes, BMW, Ford, Massey Ferguson, Mazda, Avis, General Motors, Volkswagen, Caterpillar and many more.

Barloworld offers local and international dealings with a variety of trades. They are dedicated to the development in South Africa and aiding in sustainable employment. This company realizes the importance of the people as the foundation of any organization, thus, they constantly seek talented, young individuals to join their company.

They have established a great competitiveness within their field throughout the world. This is due to their constant empowerment of the societies wherein they operate, because of developing the skills of their workforce and offering success within their ranks. They aim at uplifting communities, stabilizing the economy and giving previously disadvantaged candidates an opportunity at a better life.
Barloworld Learnerships Available

Barloworld offers a wide selection of career paths. Interested candidates who feel they can contribute to the company, that adhere to all requirements may apply in one of the following fields, or any other field made available by the company.

The following fields along with others not mentioned may be available:

Sales
Human Resources
Marketing
Industrial Engineering
Financial Systems
Mechanical
Diesel Mechanic
Mine Surveying
Instrumentation
Computer Science
Technology
Supply Chain – Logistics

Barloworld Learnerships Requirements

If you would like to apply for a learnership from Barloworld, candidates must provide all required certification and complete the application form.

To qualify, candidates need to meet the following requirements, however depending on your field of application, additional requirements may be needed:

Grade 12 level of education with a diploma or degree within the field of application
Be a South African citizen
Possess a Valid South African ID
Must be unemployed
Be computer literate, with competency in MS Office
Proficient in English, read, write and understand
Must not currently be studying
Must show a dynamic and adaptable personality
Be willing to learn with strong technical aptitudes
Must give attention to detail

Candidates with a disability must provide a medical certificate, which states the nature of their disability. Candidates with a valid driver’s license will be looked at first if all other requirements are met. Some positions may require candidates to work shifts. Candidates must be prepared to sign a 12 month or longer contract with the company. These learnerships do not guarantee a permanent position. Candidates will receive a monthly stipend.
Barloworld Learnerships Application

Barloworld online learnerships applications are closed at the moment, however once they open candidates can apply via this PAGE, simply click on the field you are interested in, and if there are any learnerships available, it will show there.

Candidates are urged to carefully read all questions, to complete the application fully and honestly. Also please remember to sign the forms, if applying online please ensure you know how to attach the required documentation. Please also remember to add a cover letter, here on you state all your extra-mural activities, desires, accomplishments and future ideals.

Applicants will be contacted that make the short-list and an interview may be scheduled. Candidates who show an excellent academic along with leadership potential will be looked at first. The company may request additional information from candidates at their own discretion, or arrange for an interview prior to awarding the learnership.
Barloworld Learnerships Closing Date

Applications are available yearly on Barloworld’s website, once a position becomes available. There is no specific time for learnerships opening and closing with this company.

The Avusa Learnership 2016 – 2017 Available

Every year the Avusa Media division of Times Media offers individuals from different areas The Avusa Learnership. These learnerships form part of the government’s National Skills Development aimed at imparting skills to creating jobs to ease poverty. These learnerships are offered under the auspices of the Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) for the relevant industry.

Avusa Media was initially known as Johnnic Communications and was acquired by a unit of Mvelaphanda Group and renamed Times Media Group in 2012. Publications and services under this brand include magazines like Computing SA, Elle, Financial Mail, SA Mining and Soccerlife; newspapers like The Sunday Times, The Times, The Sowetan, Sunday World, Daily Dispatch, and Business Day. The Group also owns several community newspapers, publishers, retailers and a record company.

The Times Media Group offer a 12-month training internship in journalism programme for graduates as well as a Contact Centre Learnership.

Contact Centre Learnerships are open to those with the necessary qualification required to study for the Further Education and Training (FET) Certificate in Contact Centre Operations, NQF Level 4. People with disabilities are also encouraged to apply.

The learnership consists of both practical and theoretical and training in a call-centre environment. As a trainee, you will be taught how to do this via correction and human development in a humane, secure and safe detention or under community-based correctional supervision.

This Contact Centre Learnership will give you the opportunity to learn the skills required to work in a call-centre as well as gain intimate knowledge as to the required behaviour, respect and attitude that is required in any workplace. This combination will make it easier for you to get employment in the future.

Learners will earn a stipend for the duration of the learnership.
The Avusa Learnership Requirements

There are certain requirements for being accepted into The Avusa Learnership:
Qualifications

You must be in possession of a Standard 10/Grade 12 Certificate; or
Be in possession of a Further Education and Training Certificate NQF (Level 4) ; or
Have successfully completed the National Certificate in Vocational Studies (NQF Level 4)
Good communication skills
Basic computer skills
Average typing skills

Other Requirements

You must be a South African citizen
You must be between the ages of 16 and 30 years

You must be motivated and detail-oriented

Preference will be given to suitable candidates who will add to the diversity of Times Media.
Employment enquiries
The FET Certificate Contact Centre Operations, NQF Level 4

This is outcomes-based learning, accredited by Services SETA, and the learnership is based on a legally binding contract between the employer, the learner, and the service provider.

The Learnership Programme is for a period of one year (12 months) and consists of:
Theory

A percentage of the training will consist of theory. This instructional training will take place in a classroom atmosphere and will consist of

Theoretical training will include business communication, customer services and other training
Formal and informal coaching sessions
Six interactive skills programmes
A Portfolio of Evidence (POE) of all your work will be required for each skills programme

Workplace Training

The remaining percentage of the training will be practical workplace (on-the-job) training and will include

Duties connected to the work a call-centre agent does
Six interactive skills programmes
Formal and informal coaching sessions

Once you have successfully completed both the theoretical (instructional) and practical (workplace) phases, submitted a final Portfolio of Evidence (POE) and external verification has been done, an FET Certificate in Contact Centre Operations, NQF Level 4 will be issued.

The learnership contract is a legally binding contract and any irregularity or violation of the terms of the agreement will be dealt with in accordance with Sections 17 and 18 of the Skills Development Act, 97 of 1998.
The Avusa Learnership Application Process

In order to apply for the Contact Centre Operations Learnership, you must complete an application form in your own handwriting.

You can download the application form from the Times Media website.
The Times Media website address is http://www.timesmedia.co.za/careers/
Once you get onto the website, look on the top for the link that says “Careers” and click on it, then look for the “Learnership” link
Click on the “Learnership Application Form” link and the form will automatically download to your computer

When applying for the learnership make sure that you specify the learnership post that you are applying for (e.g. Times Media Contact Centre Learnership)
Make sure that you sign the application form yourself
Attach certified copies of your certificates and Identity Document (these copies must have been certified within the last 3 months – you can get this done at any Police Station)
If disabled, include a disability confirmation letter from the doctor/clinic/hospital
Submit your forms by e-mail to training@timesmedia.co.za; fax to 011 328 2883 or check on the website/form for alternative methods of submitting your application

Please Note:

Please put “Times Media Contact Centre Learnership” in the subject line of your e-mail
Application forms that are late or unsigned will not be accepted
Photocopied forms will not be accepted

If your application is shortlisted you will be invited to a panel interview.

Remember that during your workplace training you will be responsible for your own accommodation, transport and meal costs. It is therefore suggested that you apply for a learnership in the Region or Management Area closest to where you live.
The Avusa Learnership Information

Applications for this learnership closes date is 13 november

telkom learnership

Telkom learnership programme is dedicated to recently unemployed applicants who aim FET certificate within Telecommunication Networks Operations (level-4). During 12 months of the learnership programme,not only valuable knowledge, successful learners will also obtain monthly allowance for about R 4000. Expand the opportunity for potential learners to improve their qualification, the learnership program is available within 12 provinces. As it’s not viable to apply the learnership if you have no idea what makes you qualified , here are the requirements to comply (1) hold matric certificate with science and maths (not maths lit), (2) computer literacy and excellent communication skill.

Meet the special requirements of Telkom learnership programme are pivotal, speak of it, they include; (1) good coordination of eyes, ears, and hands, (2) able to speak English fluently, (3) have knowledge related to technology, especially communication technologies, (4) able to work with extra hours and capability to work regardless weather, (5) agree to work outside the province, (6) have no problem with height or confined space, and (7) able to handle various areas, not to mention you should not suffer with color blind. Have the mentioned requirements, shall you apply online for the learnership before October 3rd, or your application will be not successful.

Apply Online for the Telkom Learnership Programme

Before applying Telkom learnership programme 2017, 2018 & 2019, pay attention to these following (1) candidates can’t apply the learnership programme if they hold post matric qualification such as bachelor’s degree, diploma or national certificate, however if you are students who need experiential training to meet your qualification, you have the chance to apply the learnership programme and (2) candidates with prior experience of ICT learnership, this learnership programme is closed for you. Ensure that you are able to demonstrate positive personal attributions like problem solving oriented, skill to work in team, analytical skill, interpersonal skill, and also capability to build effective rapports either for external or internal customers.

Apply for Orbit College Welding Learnership Programme

Recently Orbit College invites suitable applicants to join their welding learnership programme, which requirements are; (1) applicants should unemployed graduates around 18 to 35 years old, (2) you hold either the least N2 qualification or NC (V) level-4 certificate. The welding learnership opportunity is a 24 month training program where its successful applicants will learn further about welding not only theoretically, but also practically. Are you ready for the learnership opportunity? One thing prior you apply the learnership programme, the learnership programme is located in Rustenburg, thus ensure that you have reliable access to reach the learnership location or it will be hard for you when attending the learnership programme.
 

As previously mentioned, in order to have qualification for Orbit College welding learnership programme, its applicants should provide, if it is not N2, then it is NC(V) level-4 certificate. However, ensure that your N2 qualification is majoring in welding theory, plating and structural steel drawing, engineering science, and mathematics. Meanwhile for NC (V) level-4, your qualification should majoring in professional engineering practice, engineering processes, engineering fabrication including welding and boiler making, applied engineering technology, maths, English, and the last one is life orientation. Interested applicants who yearn for qualification in welding due to the completion of the learnership programme, the information about applying the aforesaid learnership programme, you’ll find them below.

How to apply a welding learnership programme from Orbit College? First, you need to prepare supported documents, such as, your qualification, identity document, and curriculum vitae. Second, send your learnership application to, Mr T Galeng or Ms B vander Spuy at, Rustenburg campus/room. 17138, before the closing date of the learnership programme dated on September 29. Ensure that you submit your application in timely manner or it will not be considered. Any inquiries for the learnership programme, make sure you call 014 597 5562 during office hours.

Apply for SA Breweries Learnership Opportunity

Youth of South African with potential who want to develop their skill within sales sector, sales learnership opportunity at SAB (SA Breweries) is a great chance you shouldn’t skip. To make sure that you are qualified for the learnership opportunity, you have to; (1) posses a minimum grade 12 as your qualification, however applicants who hold qualification either diploma or degree, they will be prioritized, (2) have experience within marketing, sales, or FMCG area, (3) capable to attend the work with flexible schedule like working on the weekend if requested.
Applying sales learnership opportunity available at SA Breweries, ensure that you have valid driver’s licence with code 8 (unendorsed). Capability to work with computer like Microsoft Office will help you so much to win your position for SAB sales learnership program. And the last one, you should have good knowledge when it comes to the surrounding area of the learnership program which you apply. Speak of surrounding area, the learnership opportunity from SA Breweries are separated in two locations, Waltloo and Groblersdal. Interested to apply the aforesaid learnership program, applicants can apply online until it meets its deadline on September 16th.

applicaton form

apply https://goo.gl/WPflmw

Upon to the completion of SA Breweries sales learnership opportunity, successful applicants will obtain national qualification level-4 (NQF4). Prior to apply the learnership program, for those qualified applicants who are considered as shortlisted, they have to stay in either Waltloo or Groblersdal (depend upon the location where they apply the leanership). After the applicants complete the learnership program in Sales, they have no significant problem to deal with sales volume, brands’ equity, market share, and more. Lastly, at the moment you are considered as successful learners for sales learnership program at SAB, you are obliged to sign contract (fixed term) that binds you to attend the learnership from November 1st to October 31st 2017.

Internship Programme at South African Weather Service.

The South African Weather Service (SAWS) hereby invites applications for their one year Internship Programme. We are looking for high- achieving graduates to join our Internship programme in the following fields:

  • Human Capital Management (Degree / National Diploma : Human Resource Management & National Diploma: Safety Management) – 3 positions – Ref. HCM – 2016
  • Finance ( Degree /National Diploma: Finance – 2 positions – Ref .Fin 2016
  • Supply Chain Management ( Degree / National Diploma: SCM Administration ) 1 position – Ref SCM – 2016
  • Corporate Affairs – Stakeholder Relations ( Degree /National Diploma: Communication or Journalism) – 1 position – Ref.CA – 2016
  • International Relations ( Degree /National Diploma : International Relations ) -1 position – Ref .IR – 2016
  • Legal (Degree LLB) – 1 position – Ref. LEG – 2016
  • Commercial ( Degree / National Diploma : Marketing ) – 1 position – Ref.COM – 2016
  • Information and Communication Technology (BTech Degree / National Diploma: ICT) – 2 positions – Ref .ICT 2016
  • N 3 – 6 /S 4 qualification in Electrical / Mechanical Engineering – 2 positions – Ref .TECH 2016.

Applicants must satisfy the following requirements:

  • An appropriate tertiary qualification Degree/National Diploma relevant to the above-mentioned fields.
  • An applicant must be a new graduate or have been unemployed for a period of one year after completion of a tertiary qualification.
Interns will be placed within the SAWS: Head Office in Pretoria. Successful candidates will be responsible for arranging their own accommodation and transport. SAWS will pay a monthly stipend. Recruitment will be done in line with the SAWS Employment Equity Plan. Successful candidates will be required to enter into an Internship Agreement with SAWS.

SAWS is under no obligation to employ the intern on completion of the programme.For further information regarding the Internship Programme contact: Nomathamsanqa Tabata (012 -367 6028) or               thami.tabata@weathersa.co.za

How to apply

Closing Date 20 July 2016.

Completed application forms with accompanying documentation must be forwarded to: SAWS Internship Programme, The South African Weather Service, Private Bag X097, Pretoria, 0001, for the attention of Ms. Nomathamsanqa Tabata (Human Capital Development). Physical Address: Bolepi House, 442 Rigel Avenue South, Erasmusrand, Pretoria.
Due to the large number of applications we envisage receiving, only short listed candidates will be contacted. Should you not hear from us within three months of the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful.

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