Performance Improvement Internships L’Oreal

Performance Improvement Internships L’Oreal
Salary: R15 000 a month

Join our Manufacturing team in Midrand, South Africa !

Beginning in June / July for 6 months

What would be your role :

Support our Performance Improvement Manager and/or engineering team by taking part in:

The transfer and investment of equipment’s coming from France
The communication with French suppliers for local maintenance and upgrade
The transfer of knowhow from European factories by bench marking performance and projects
Following manufacturing projects with the local team
Supporting the deployment of lean manufacturing
Problem solving and line studies
Process optimization
Maintenance implementation on process equipment
Operating procedures/One point lessons

What’s in it for you?

6 months surrounded by a passionate team in a multicultural environment
A formative experience, you will learn more than you could have imagined
You will be at the heart of Manufacturing in South Africa
Many challenges to be seized and as many responsibilities to take
A compensation around + / – 15000 ZAR per month

What will help you to get the job?

You are studying in Engineering School / University pursuing a Master degree in Manufacturing and you have a strong knowledge in Performance Improvement (5S, SMED…)
You speak English and French at a proficiency level
With excellent interpersonal skills, you appreciate communicating with different counterparts and you know how to adapt your communication
Result-oriented, you are creative and innovation-centric
Curious, you are proactive, have convictions and the ability to defend them

Do you want to be part of the adventure? Accepting applications now!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the recruitment process like?

Our recruitment process is two-fold:
HR interview: an exploratory call / skype meeting with one of our recruiters to get to know you better and understand what you are looking for.

Manager interview: you will participate in a recruitment day (called A Taste of L’Oréal). In case of a scheduling conflict, the recruiter will work out an alternative interview process.

How much responsibility do you give to interns?

As an intern at L’Oréal, you will be welcomed as a full member of a team, with your scope and responsibilities. Of course, you will not be alone: your manager will provide you with objectives and a vision. However, to succeed you will need to keep in mind that you play the main part in your success and future projection in the Group. Entrepreneurship spirit is key J

What about the integration process?

During the first days of your internship, you will meet many people from your team, and other functions in order to broaden your vision of the Group’s challenges and help you to succeed in your job. All interns and apprentices will have access to our digital integration platform full of inspiring content, learning opportunities and possibilities to connect!

Additionally throughout your time with us, there will be other networking events.

Do you propose job at the end of an internship?

We take our interns and apprentices very seriously. So yes, it is our ultimate goal! In average, each year, former interns and apprentices fulfill 70% of our junior job needs. A very large number of our current employees at all levels have come through this type of experience.

I do not know anything about cosmetics: do I stand a chance?

Less than one-third of our interns have had previous experiences in the beauty industry. Being sensitive to cosmetics is indeed an asset. However, we give more credit to other essential qualities such as entrepreneurial spirit, innovation, and the ability to question and dare.

How to Apply

Click here to send your application

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Food Technologist Learnerships Johannesburg

Food Technologist Learnerships Johannesburg

Food Technologist Learner- Your future position?

We are looking to for a Food Technologist Learner for our Creation & Application Laboratory at our Tulisa Park office . The primary focus of this position is to

provide assistance and support to Sweet Goods & Beverage creators in the realisation of their tasks. Sounds interesting? It could well be your perfect

opportunity if, like us you always aim to exceed customer needs, deliver value and are skilled at fostering strong relationships. In this exciting role you will:

Compound: You will compound flavour formulas. You will carry out powder blending and other flavour processes to make flavours. You will apply flavours to

Sweet Goods & Beverage applications. You will contribute by food tasting.

Control of raw material: You will produce prototype samples for projects. You will receive and control raw materials in the lab. You will organise and renew

the stock samples. You will record data using company software. You will support the smooth running of the lab.

Health and Safety: You will work strictly according to the company requirements for optimal safety, hygiene and protection of the environment.

Learning: You will be required to attend Chemical Operations classes as set out by the Learnership table and submit workplace portfolios.


Are you someone who wants to grow and shape your own world? Who thrives being in a culture where you can express yourself in a creative team

environment? Who wants to collaborate and work in a team as passionate as you are? Then come join us – and impact your world.

Your professional profile includes:

• Matric with mathematics as subject

• Ability to compound and work with precision

• Basic knowledge in chemistry

• Good sensory skills

• Computer literate

• Adequate spoken and written English

• Team player

• Flexible and adaptable

How to Apply

Click here to submit your application

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Famous Brands Internships Various Provinces

Famous Brands Internships Various Provinces

Famous Brands invites graduates who seek practical work experience to apply for the 2019/2020 Famous Brands Internship programme. The internship opportunities are in Gauteng, Free State, KZN, Eastern Cape, Western Cape and Mpumalanga. This internship is aimed at enhancing youth employability through the provision of much needed work experience within the Finance Field.


Finance: BCom Accounting, Financial / Accounting Diploma

Technical: -BTech or BCom Honours Microbiology, Food Tech, Food Science, Biotechnology or Food & Beverage

Planning: Degree in Industrial Engineering

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Famous Brands Finance Graduate / Internship Programme

Apply Online for the Famous Brands Technical Graduate / Internship Programme

Apply Online for the Famous Brands Industrial Engineering Graduate / Internship Programme

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SAAGA Bursaries for 2020

The South African Avocado Growers’ Association (SAAGA) makes bursaries available to individuals from historically disadvantaged groups for studies to towards a BSc (Agric) or equivalent degrees majoring in Horticultural Science or Agricultural Economics / Agribusiness.

Aim of bursary is to ensure that appropriately trained graduates of colour enter the South African avocado industry to enable continued growth of the sector.

Duration of bursary

For any one student, the bursary will be available for an initial period of one year, after which progress will determine the extension of the bursary. If a student is awarded the bursary for the first time, he/she will not automatically qualify for the bursary for the next year.

Obligations of recipient to the avocado industry

Students awarded a bursary by SAAGA will be required to work for the SA Subtropical Growers’ Association (Subtrop) for a period of one year for each year that the bursary is awarded, provided that a position is available. If no position is available at the time that the recipient completes his/her degree, there will be no obligation to Subtrop.

If no position is available in Subtrop, the recipient will assisted in finding a placement with members of SAAGA. Subtrop is the umbrella organisation that manages the affairs of the SA Avocado, Litchi and Mango Growers’ Associations.

Recipients of the bursary will be required to focus their seminars and projects on avocados where possible.

Recipients wishing to continue with postgraduate studies Recipients wishing to continue with a postgraduate degree will be allowed to do so provided that the research to be carried out will further equip the student to effectively serve the avocado industry as an employee of Subtrop. The bursary scheme will not make provision for postgraduate students, as SAAGA funds research carried out by postgraduate students, which in effect, amounts to a bursary.


Applications should be forwarded to the offices of Subtrop, not later than 31 October of the year preceding the academic year for which the bursary is applied. The attached application form should be completed and supporting documentation must be attached.

Kindly attach copies the following to your application:

  • A motivation letter as to why you should be considered for the bursary
  • Identity documentMatric certificate
  • University academic record
  • A brief Curriculum Vitae (max. 2 pages)
  • Details of any other bursary or scholarship which you may hold

Download SAAGA Bursary Application Form

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Internships R5728 Per Month Dept of Agriculture NW

Internships R5728 Per Month Dept of Agriculture NW

Closing Date: 23 April 2019
Location: Head Office, Ngaka Modiri Molema and Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati and Bojanala Districts

Stipend: R5 728.50 per month


  • Agricultural Economics
    Degree in Agricultural Economics or equivalent x05 (NWREAD/01/1)
  • Microbiology
    Bsc Microbiology x07 (NWREAD/02/19)
  • Agricultural Soil Science
    Bsc Agricultural Soil Science x10 (NWREAD/03/19)
  • Veterinary Science
    Bsc Vet Science x04 (NWREAD/04/19)

General Information Interested applicants should be Graduates and be South African citizens aged between 18 and 35 old within the North West Province. People with disability are encouraged apply.

How To Apply

Applications should be submitted on form Z83 obtainable from any Public Service Department and be accompanied with a detailed CV together with the certified copies of qualifications and Identity Document. Please forward your application for the attention of Ms TF Molamu, Assistant Director: Skills Development, Department of Rural, Environment and Agricultural Development, Private Bag X 2039, Mmabatho 2735 or hand deliver to Directorate: Human Resource Development, First Floor, Office No 124.AgriCentre Building, Cnr Dr James Moroka and Stadium Road Mmabatho.

All enquiries to be directed to: Ms FM Mpa, tel. (018) 399 5041

Faxed or emailed and late applications will not be considered. Failure to comply with the above requirements will result in the disqualification of your application. If you have not heard from the Department within three months of closing date, kindly regard your application as unsuccessful.

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