GENERAL WORKER (Ref No. 1106EE)
Duties: Reporting directly to the Operator, the incumbent will perform the following duties: ● Perform
manual labour tasks by:
a) Digging cable trenches, lay cables in trenches and close the trenches
b) Manually load and offload material and equipment
c) Vegetation control near overhead power lines
d) Clean the area where work had been performed
e) Clean council’s vehicles and substations
● Perform any other reasonable task.
Grade 8 and be able to read and write.
Salary Scale: R 87 135, 00 – R 89 425, 00 per annum
Closing date: 16 March 2018
Mogalakwena Municipality is committed to employment equity and applications from designated groups
NB: The language policy of the Council is English
Appointments on the above-mentioned positions will be on the competency of the Acting Municipal
Manager and no canvassing will be allowed.
How to Apply
Due to high crime rate/fraud enquiries should strictly be directed to:
Ms. K Bontsi – (015) 491 9634
The compulsory Mogalakwena Municipality’s application form (obtainable from www.mogalakwena.gov.za or
from the Mogalakwena municipal offices) and certified copies of qualifications should be sent to
The Acting Manager
Corporate Support Services,
P O Box 34,
If there is insufficient space on the application form, a CV could be attached for additional information.
ONLY CANDIDATES WHO COMPLETE THE APPLICATION FORM IN FULL AND ATTACH CERTIFIED COPIES OF QUALIFICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED DURING SHORT LISTING.
PLEASE NOTE THAT FAXED OR E-MAILED APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
Should you not hear from us two months after the closing date you may assume that your application was
unsuccessful. No further correspondence will be entered into with regard to this matter.
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Learnerships for 2018 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.
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.
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The P&G Learnership Program is a corporate program that offers best-in-class, paid administrative Learnership experiences. Learners have the opportunity to add value to the Company from day one with impactful work objectives. Learners will gain exposure to different types of work and the P&G culture.
- Matric Certificate with 3 – 5 years working experience or
- National Diploma
- South African Citizen with a South African ID
- Based in Gauteng
- Candidates with a Bachelor’s degree or higher will be rejected
How to Apply
Typically, the jobs listed are a few hours and/or 1-3 days in duration, though sometimes the jobs listed are longer term opportunities.
Work is varied, with over 125 different Job Categories including many work from home type jobs e.g. transcription services, accountancy type services, web design, blogging etc.
In 2014-15, Rent-a-Student were selected and were finalists in the Sage 702 Small Business Awards and, as a registered not for profit company have accreditations with Google Non-Profit, Microsoft Bizspark and The Sage Foundation.
As a registered not for profit organisation, Rent-a-Student is able to secure students the best part time rates per hour (typically over R50).
Employers recognize the work done by Rent-a-Student and are willing to pay a little more per job than normal as they are helping students gain work experience and providing them with additional funds for study or family commitments.
For students, who in some cases, may need to work to meet educational and living expenses, the skills obtained from working complement academic performance and communicate to future employers an ability to succeed in a professional setting.
Studies have shown that students who take part time jobs do just as well or better academically than non-working students and grades improve as students work more hours per week (up to 20).
In addition, working students are more likely to complete a degree program than non-workers.
Benefits to working in a student job
• Acquire valuable work experience for your résumé.
• Reduce necessity for student loans.
• Opportunity for networking with professionals.
• Opportunity to sample different career choices.
• Valuable and practical career-related experiences.
• Exposure to the world of work.
• Opportunity to enhance fundamental work skills.
• Develop a sense of community and involvement with other students.
Recently, Rent-a-Student have partnered with several service providers to offer students products and services that will be of benefit to them.
For example, we have partnered with an e-learning company to offer students a qualification in promotions.
The course is already reduced in price and helps them gain a skill that they can use as we provided hundreds of promoters a month.
We also allow students to repay the fees over time using monies earned from future part time jobs states John Ashcroft, Founder at Rent-a-Student.
Another initiative just launched is a dedicated Student Car Pooling / Sharing scheme offered in conjunction with Jump In Rides.
Here students can offer spaces or request a lift to/from campus or events or jobs.
Ultimately, they can make a little money as a registered driver and/or they can save money by sharing costs.
Later on this year, Rent-a-Student will be launching more products to help students with expenses and study loans.
How to Register
The purpose of the Engineering Development Programme is:
- To create capacity and ensure proper maintenance and availability of the network through competent employees
- To attract young graduates who align themselves with the Transnet culture charter and delivery promise of on time
- The programme offers TFR engineering personnel an opportunity to develop a career within the organisation.
- It is our desire that our graduates reach their objectives of professional registration (ECSA / Government Certificate of Competency [GCC])
Qualifications & Experience
Employees wishing to apply for the EIT programme must have a BSc/BEng in the following engineering disciplines:
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical Engineering (Light/heavy current; electronics OR telecommunications)
- Industrial Engineering
- Information Technology
How To Apply
Closing Date: 21 March 2018