Closing Date: 08 September 2017
DIPLOMA NURSING STUDENTS BURSARS
4-year Bursary Programme
Diploma leading to registration as a Registered nurse-SANC R425 (General, Psychiatric and Community Nursing) and midwifery
SENIOR CERTIFICATE MATRICULANTS
Requirements: English and Biology / Physiology (no less than E symbol on Standard Grade, adding up to a minimum APS score of 18 points):
Candidates with previous nursing experience calculations will be done as follows:
- Enrolled Nurse with SANC: 4 points and 3 years clinical experience will be additionally added to a Grade 12 certificate for an APS score up to 18 points
- Enrolled Nursing Auxiliary with SANC: 3 points and 3 years clinical experience will be additionally added to a Grade 12 certificate for an APS score up to 18 points.
NATIONAL SENIOR CERTIFICATE (NSC) MATRICULANTS
Requirements: NSC with (50% – 59%) or more in 4 of the following subjects adding up to a minimum of APS score of 20 points:
- Compulsory subjects: English (Level 4), and Life Science (Level 4)
- Additional Subjects: Any other two (2) approved NSC subjects ith Level 4 (except Life Orientation)
|NSC Rating||APS Score|
|7 (80% – 100%)||7|
|6 (70% – 79%)||6|
|5 (60% – 69%)||5|
|4 (50% – 59%)||4|
|3 (40% – 49%)||3|
|2 (30% – 39%)||2|
|1 (20% – 29%)||1|
Applicants From The Following Districts Should Forward Their Applications To The College Situated Within The Said District:
|Excelsius College of Nursing
||Mmabatho College of Nursing
|Student Administration: Private Bag A19, Klerksdorp, 2570Enquiries: Student affairs, at tel: (018) 406 8600 083 433 9322||Student Administration: Private Bag X2178, Mahikeng 2735Enquiries: Student affairs, at tel: (018), tel. (018) 393 0600|
How To Apply
Applications for the above should be accompanied by: Certified copies (not copies of certified copies) of ID, Grade 12 Certificate and marriage certificate (if applicable), service certificate and professional registration certificate (where applicable), as well as a CV. Candidates requiring additional information regarding the above must direct their inquiries to the relevant department as indicated. Only residents of the NW Province should apply.
Please Note: Failure to comply with the above mentioned instructions will lead to the disqualification of applicants. People with disabilities may apply. Due to the large number of applications that is anticipated to be received, these will not be acknowledged. If you do not receive feedback with 90 days of the closing date, please accept that your application was unsuccessful, candidates who previously applied for these programs should re-apply.
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Closing Date: 29 August 2017
Stipend: R5000 per month
The Gauteng Department of Infrastructure Development invites unemployed graduates and students who are required to complete experiential training as a prerequisite to complete a qualification to apply for the GDID 2017 / 18 internship programme.
|Construction and Engineering StudiesRef: DID-2017 / 1
|Information TechnologyDID-2017 / 2
|Financial ManagementDID-2017 / 3
|Marketing and CommunicationDID-2017 / 4
|Human Resources ManagementDID-2017 / 5
|Corporate GovernanceDID-2017 / 6
|Monitoring and EvaluationDID-2017 / 7
|Legal ServicesDID-2017 / 8
|Property ManagementDID-2017 / 9
How To Apply
Applications: Please forward your application, quoting the relevant reference number to:The Department of Infrastructure Development:Human Resources Development. Applications must be hand delivered to 11 Diagonal Street, ABSA Building (reception area), Johannesburg.
Conditions: Applications must be submitted on a Z83 form which is obtainable from any Public Service Department or from our website http://www.did.gpg.gov.za. Applications must be accompanied by a CV, Certified copies of qualification(s) and identity document. Candidates must be unemployed, in possession of an appropriate post school qualification and not have previously served as interns within the Public Service. Correspondence will be limited to successful candidates only and applications received after the closing date will not be considered.
Enquiries: Ms. Desiree Seseane or Ms. Moipone Mukhufi, 011 355 5000
People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Closing Date: 30 November 2018
Ref no: #PSG-20400
Our PSG Bursary Programme aims to create a pipeline of young talent within the financial services industry.
What is in it for me?
- Financial assistance regarding your post-graduate programme (Tuition, textbooks etc)
- Entry to the Graduate programme the following year.
- Continuous coaching, mentoring and on-the-job training
- Work exposure within the financial services industry
- Be South African Citizens
- Degree in one of the following disciplines:
- Science (Applied Chemistry, Physics, Actuarial Science)
- IT (Information Technology, Information Systems, Computer Science, Informatics, Project Management, Software Development, Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence)
- Engineering (Chemical Engineering, Electrical, Electronic and Computer, Mechanical, Industrial)
- Math/Stats (Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Sciences, Statistics)
- Average of 65% and above
- Ambitious & looking to advance in their career within the financial services industry
- Energetic with a solution oriented attitude
- Good at working in a team
- Able to remain calm under pressure
- Attention to detail
How To Apply
If you meet with the minimum requirements, you can apply by visiting our PSG website. Simply go to the Careers tab on our website (www.psg.co.za) and complete the registration process. Upload your CV, academic transcripts, and a copy of your ID and submit your application to the relevant programme.
Location: Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg
Roche Diagnostics is offering the opportunity for a candidate with a completed National Diploma, BTech or Degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering to gain experience in working as a Trainee Field Service Engineer on a 12 month contract. The role would involve learning about the field and in time to start carrying out diagnostic instrument post-sales technical support activities including but not limited to: Installation, de-installation, routine maintenance, emergency repair visits, modification and upgrades in accordance with manufacturer specification / governing guidelines / department objectives & Key Performance Indicators, policies or procedures.
You, as an ideal candidate, will have the following skills, experience and education:
- Required Qualification: A completed National Diploma, BTech or Degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or IT or equivalent qualification (NQF level 6 upwards)
- Additional Requirements: Candidates must be in possession of a valid passport and would be required to obtain a driver’s license within 3 months of joining the company.
How To Apply
|Engineering Grad / InternApply Online for the Roche Engineering Graduate / Internship Programme in Cape Town (Mowbray)|
|Engineering Grad / InternApply Online for the Roche Engineering Graduate / Internship Programme (Molecular & Tissue) in Johannesburg (Midrand)|
|Engineering Grad / InternApply Online for the Roche Engineering Graduate / Internship Programme in Durban Central|
|Engineering Grad / InternApply Online for the Roche Engineering Graduate / Internship Programme (Serum Work Area) in Johannesburg (Midrand)|
|IT Grad / Intern
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