Editorial Internships at Mail & Guardian Johannesburg

Closing Date: 01 June 2017
Location: Rosebank, Johannesburg

Remuneration: R10 000 monthly allowance.

The Mail & Guardian is pleased to invite young graduates to apply for one of four paid editorial internships in its Johannesburg newsroom, running from July 2017 to June 2018.

While each successful candidate will receive a general grounding in newsroom processes and editorial production skills, interns will be assigned to one of the following areas:

Copyediting, layout and design
Online, multimedia and social media
Arts writing, illustration, graphic design and media production

While there will be opportunities to report and write, the focus of the internship programme will be the editorial processes involved in the production and presentation of stories and articles both online and in print, as well as in multimedia and on social media.

This programme will therefore not be limited to journalism graduates. Other appropriate fields of study may include but are not limited to languages and the liberal arts, graphic design, sound and video production, and website development.

It is in the M&G’s interest to seek out and nurture passion and potential, and to give those who hope to pursue a career in journalism a solid foundation in the fundamentals of the craft. In so doing we hope to ensure the continuation of quality journalism within the M&G and the wider industry.

Applications submitted via email or in person will not be considered.

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Mail & Guardian: Graduate / Internship Programme 2017 / 2018

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SASOL Artisan Learnerships

Closing Date: 07 June 2017
Location: Secunda, Sasolburg

Do you aspire to be a world class artisan? Are you a team player with good communication skills? Earn while you learn to become a qualified artisan at one of Sasol’s nationally accredited skills academies. The successful candidates will follow a fulltime training programme which will qualify them to safely maintain the equipment of a Sasol plant or safely operate the production processes of such a plant.

Select one of the job titles below and ensure that you meet the minimum qualifying criteria in order to apply successfully:

  • Process Artisan
  • Electrical Artisan
  • Mechanical Fitter
  • Instrument Mechanician

To be considered for any of these, you need a National Senior Certificate or N3 with a pass in Maths, Science and English. The selection process will require you to successfully complete psychometric testing, interviewing, a medical and fitness test as well as security and qualification verification.

How To Apply

Only applications received via SMS will be considered.

To apply: SMS the keyword “LEARNER” to “33162”. The application process requires a maximum of

17 SMSs at R1.50 each and a person can apply only once.

 

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Eskom 4 Year Apprenticeship Contract

Reference Number : ERI 0010995

Closing Date : 05 June 2017
Location : Various

 

Successful Applicants will be required to sign a 4 (four) year Apprenticeship Contract and will be paid a stipend according to Company Policies and Procedures

Requirements

• N2 Electrical Engineering

Skills And Competencies

Skills:

• Computer Skills in MS Word, Excel • Good leadership Skills • Problem Solving / Conflict

Attributes:

• Sound Communication • Able to work under pressure • Honest and Reliable • Adaptability to change • Own initiative/forward thinker

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Eskom Artisan Apprenticeship Programme

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Department of Health Learner Artisan: Download Z83 and Apply

Stipend: R60 000 per annum

CLOSING DATE : 5 June 2017
Closing Time : 12h00 Midday
Location: Pretoria

 

DUTIES : Produce designs according to client specification and within limits of production capability, Produce objects with material and equipment according to job specification and recognized standards, Conduct routine maintenance, Maintain and inspect equipment and/or facilities for technical faults, Repair equipment and facilities according to standards, Test repaired equipment and/or facilities against specifications, Service equi pment and/or facilities according to schedule, Perform administrative and related functions, i.e. provide inputs on the compilation of technical reports, Keep and maintain job record and other registers, Maintain and adhere to agreed developmental plan.

Requirements

  • A Senior Certificate (Grade 12),
  • A recognized National Diploma or N3 and N4 in
  •  Building Construction,
  •  Electrical and Plumbing or equivalent,
  •  A passed Trade Test as Artisan,
  •  Technical analysis knowledge in the field of the post may be an advantage,
  • Technical analysis knowledge,
  •  Computer – aided technical applications Report writing,
  • Production, process knowledge and skills,
  • Good generic, problem solving, analysis, decision making, team work, planning, organizational and analytical skills,
  • Creativity, self – management,
  • Customer focus and responsiveness,
  •  Good communication (written and verbal) as well as computer (MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint) skills

All short – listed candidates for SMS posts will be subjected to a technical exercise that intends to test relevant technical elements of the job, the logistics of which will be communicated by the Department. Following the inter view and technical exercise, the selection panel will recommend candidates to attend a generic managerial competency assessment (in compliance with the DPSA Directive on the implementation of competency – based assessments). The competency assessment will be testing generic managerial competencies using the mandated DPSA SMS competency. assessment tools.

How To Apply

Applications should be submitted on form Z83 obtainable from any Public Service Department, and should be accompanied by a CV (previous experience must be com prehensively detailed) and certified copies of qualification certificates (including Senior Certificate/Grade 12 certificate regardless of the qualification requirement indicated in the advert), service certificates, including ID and driver’s licence. No f axed or e – mailed applications will be considered. Applications received after the closing date and those that do not comply with the requirements will not be considered. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications and national certi ficates (where applicable) evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). The Department reserves the right not to fill the posts. The successful candidate will be subjected to personnel suitability checks and other vetting procedures. Appl icants are respectfully informed that correspondence will be limited to short – listed candidates only. If notification of an interview is not received within three (3) months after the closing date, candidates may regard their application as unsuccessful. T he Department will not be liable where applicants use incorrect/no reference number(s) on their applications.

The Director – General, National Department of Health, Private Bag X828, Pretoria. 0001. Hand delivered applications may be submitted at Reception (Brown application Box), Civitas Building, corner of Thabo Sehume (formerly known as Andries) and Struben streets. Pretoria.

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Correctional Service Learnerships 2017 Applications

Stipend: R3500.00

Closing Date: 02 June 2017 at 15:45
Duration: 12 Months

The DCS is looking for persons from various communities, interests and with appropriate qualifications to enter into a Further Education and Training Certificate in the Corrections Services Learnership (NQF Level 4). The function of these trainees shall be to contribute towards the rehabilitation of offenders through correction and human development in secure, safe and humane detention or under the community-based correctional supervision. English will be used as a medium of instruction.

Basic enlistment requirements

  • South Africans who are in possession of a Grade 12/Standard 10 Certificate; or
  • South Africans who have successfully completed the National Certificate in Vocational Studies (NQF Level 4); or
  • South Africans who have successfully completed a Further Education and Training Certificate NQF (Level 4).

NB:

Candidates with additional qualifications (s) such as  diploma or degree related corrections / penology / criminology shall be given a preference. Unemployed graduates who have completed other post school qualifications relevant to the correctional  services environment are also encouraged to apply. Additioinal qualifications shall not be recognised for the stipend paid or for future remuniration purposes.

Furthermore, applicants must be South Africans who

  1. Are between 21 and 35 years of age;
  2. Have a strong character;
  3. Disclose information and be prepared to undergo personal suitability checks related to their background, citizenship, qualifications and criminal record
  4. Are law-abiding citizens and are without criminal records (particulars of the pending criminal cases must be provided during the selection process).
  5. Are prepared to subject themselves to selection process conducted by DCS.

The FET Certificate In Corrections Services Learnership

The learnership is outcome-based and is intended to contribute towards addressing the skills shortage in South Africa. The Corrections Services Learnership is based on a legally binding agreement between the employer, learner and service provider.

The Learnership Programme shall be presented for a period of one year consisting of:

The learnership comprises of ±30% of work which is theoretical or instructional learning and ±70% which is workplace learning in nature. the portion of the training will also include exposure to the correctional centres.

Theory

A ± 30% intensive instructional learning theory, which is inclusive of firearm, physical and self-defense training, which will take place at designated accredited DCS colleges. Free accommodation, meals, training material, uniform (field wear and tracksuit) shall be provided during this training phase. The obligatory theoretical training strictly requires the learner to be accommodated at the Training College on a full-time basis.

Workplace Training

This is a ± 70% workplace learning phase that shall take place at the Correctional and Social Reintegration Centres/Units. Please note that this will entail duties related to the rehabilitation and provision of security to offenders. During this phase, learners shall continue receiving a stipend. The learners shall be responsible for their own accommodation, meals and transport. No pension fund, housing allowance, housing subsidy, danger allowance, medical aid or overtime shall be paid by the employer during the theoretical as well as during the practical training phases. The learner shall be declared competent after the successful completion of the instructional learning phase, the workplace learning phase, the final submission of the Portfolio of Evidence (POE) and the successful external verification by SASSETA. Any contravention or deviation from the learnership agreement during the twelve months period shall be dealt with by the DCS in accordance with Sections 17 and 18 of the Skills Development Act, 97 of 1998. It should be borne in mind that after succesful completion of the learnership, succesful learners will receive an FET certificate in Correctional Services (NQF Level 4). However, the DCS does not guarantee permanent employment on the completion of the qualification.

How To Apply

Complete the application form in your own handwriting. Please take note that these forms are not for sale. Report any form of corruption to either the Department Investigation Unit Hotline 0800 701 701 or use fax number 012 323 7901.

Specify the learnership post which you are applying for (e.g. DCS Corrections Service Learnership: Gauteng Region: Leeuwkop (Ref E02). The application must be signed by the applicant (neither by a proxy, agent nor representative of the applicant).

Attach certified copies of your certificates and ID that are not older than 3 months.

Neither late, incomplete nor unsigned application forms shall be accepted. Furthermore, no photocopies of completed forms, faxed nor e-mailed applications shall be accepted.

Taking into consideration that you have to provide your own transport and accommodation during your experiential learning, you are therefore advised to apply for learnership enrolment within the Region or Management Area closest to your place of residence. The application forms with the accompanying documents can be hand-delivered or posted to the following addresses:

In the case of Western Cape applications, please use the address of the relevant management area.

Eastern Cape(Mr. Thwani: 043 706 7840)

  1. St. Albans (E01 / 2017)
  2. Amathole (E02 / 2017)
  3. Kirkwood (E03 / 2017)
  4. East London (E04 / 2017)
  5. Sada (E05 / 2017)
  6. Umthatha (E06 / 2017)

Regional Commissioner Eastern Cape, Recruitment Section, Private Bag X9013, East London 5200

Block E Ocean Terrance, Moore Street, Quigney, East London 5200

Free State and Northern Cape(Ms M. Maile: 051 404 0277)

  1. Groenpunt (E07  / 2017)
  2. Grootvlei (E08 / 2017)
  3. Colesburg (E09 / 2017)
  4. Kimberley (E10 / 2017)
  5. Upington (E11 / 2017)
  6. Goedemoed (E12 / 2017)
  7. Bizzah makhate (E13 / 2017)

Regional Commissioner

Free State and Northern Cape, Recruitment Section, P/Bag X20530, Bloemfontein 9300.

103 Zastron Street, Agrimed Building

Bloemfontein

9300

Gauteng(012 420 0146, 012 420 0179)

  1. Leeuwkop (E14 / 2017)
  2. Pretoria (E15 / 2017)
  3. Baviaanspoort (E16 / 2017)
  4. Zonderwater (E17 / 2017)
  5. Johannesburg (E18 / 2017)
  6. Boksburg ( E19 / 2017)
  7. Modderbee (E20 / 2017)
  8. Krugersdorp (E21 / 2017)

Regional Commissioner Gauteng, Recruitment Section, P/Bag x393, Pretoria 0001

DSC Pretoria Training Centre, 04 Ketjen Street, Pretoria-West

KwaZulu Natal(Rajashree Moodley: 033 355 7359)

  1. Durban (E022 / 2017)
  2. Kokstad (E23 / 2017)
  3. Pietermaritzburg (E24 / 2017)
  4. Ncome (Ref: E25 / 2017)
  5. Empangeni (E26 / 2017)
  6. Glencoe (E27 / 2017)
  7. Waterval (E28 / 2017)

Regional Commissioner KwaZulu-Natal, Recruitment Section, P/Bag X9126, Pietermaritzburg 3200.

Correctional Services, 01 Eugene Marie Road, Napierville, Pietermaritzburg 3200

Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West(Eddie Nhlengethwa: 012 306 2025)

  1. Polokwane (E29 / 2017)
  2. Barberton (E30 / 2017)
  3. Bethal (E31 / 2017)
  4. Klerksdorp (E32 / 2017)
  5. Rooigrond (E33 / 2017)
  6. Rustenburg (E34 / 2017)
  7. Thohoyandou (E35 / 2017)
  8. Witbank (E36 / 2017)

Regional Commissioner Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North-West, Recruitment Section, P/Bag X142, Pretoria 0001.

Proes & Paul Kruger Street

198 Masada Building, 9th Floor, Pretoria, 0001

Western Cape(Fezile Ngcanga: 021 550 6078)

  1. West Coast(E37 / 2017)
  2. Drakenstein(E38 / 2017)
  3. Allandale( E39 / 2017)
  4. Brandvlei (E40 / 2017)
  5. Pollsmoor(E41 / 2017)
  6. Goodwood(E42 / 2017)
  7. Southern Cape(E43 / 2017)
  8. Voorberg (E44 / 2017)
  9. Overberg (E45 / 2017)
  10. Breede River(E46 / 2017)

The Regional Commisioner Western Cape, Recruitment Section, P/Bag x1 Edgemead, 7407

Breede River Street, Monte Vista

Head Office(Ms. Rose Sekotlong: 012 305 8591)

  1. Head Office Security (HO 01 / 2017)
  2. Zonderwater College Security (HO 02 / 2017)
  3. Kroonstad College Security(HO 03 / 2017)

Private Bag X136

Pretoria

0001

124 WF Nkomo Street

Poyntons Building

Pretoria

0001

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Apprenticeships at Pioneer Foods

Location: Bloemfontein, Ceres, JHB

Qualification

  • N3 nated or higher, and CBMT phase training complete.

Millwright ApprenticeshipApply Online for the Pioneer Foods  Apprenticeship Programme in Ceres
Mechanical Fitter ApprenticeshipApply Online for the Pioneer Foods Fitter  Apprenticeship Programme in JHB
Mechanical Fitter ApprenticeshipApply Online for the Pioneer Foods Fitter  Apprenticeship Programme in JHB
Electrical ApprenticeshipApply Online for the Pioneer Foods Electrical  Apprenticeship Programme in Bloemfontein
Electrical ApprenticeshipApply Online for the Pioneer Foods  Apprenticeship Programme in JHB
Mechanical Fitter ApprenticeshipApply Online for the Pioneer Foods  Apprenticeship Programme in Bloemfontein
Electrical ApprenticeshipApply Online for the Pioneer Foods Electrical  Apprenticeship Programme in JHB

As a minimum the successful candidates will have completed their full N3 inclusive of the practical CBMT phase training. Work experience will be beneficial. The role will be on a 2 year contract basis and will offer trade test preparation and trade testing. These roles may require shift work.

  • Shift work.
  •  Sound understanding and application of OSHA regulations.

Closing Date: 01 June 2017

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Administration Apprenticeships

Location: Cape Town

Contract Administration Grad / Intern

  • A Bachelors degree or an equivalent diploma in Tourism, Accounting or a related field

Apply Online for the Rhino Africa Administraton Graduate / Internship Programme

Tech Grad / InternTech internships are available in all of the roles listed below, offering opportunities in:

  • Quality assurance
  • Product Development
  • Product Analytics
  • Business process analysis
  • End user support
  • Systems Support technician

Apply Online for the Rhino Africa Tech Graduate / Internship Programme

Marketing Grad / Intern

  • DIGITAL MARKETING (ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN)
  • DIGITAL MARKETING ANALYST
  • PHOTOGRAPHY/VIDEOGRAPHY

Apply Online for the Rhino Africa Marketing Graduate / Internship Programme

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Allan Gray Trainee Analyst Programme

We invite graduates who stand out in terms of achievements and acumen to apply for a position into the Trainee Analyst Programme. Competition to get into this programme is fierce, and only a few positions are available per year.

Main Responsibilities

Your key objectives will differ depending on which role you are offered. We are currently recruiting graduates for the following roles:

  • Client Service Consultant
  • Operations Consultant
  • Trainee Business Analyst (Institutional Client Services; Product Development; Distribution; Information Systems)
  • Junior Software Developer
  • Junior Software Tester

Qualifications

We value academic excellence and a long-term perspective. We are looking for focused final year students who share our values: performance driven, individually accountable and independent minded who are completing a Bachelor’s degree, with excellent academic results in the following fields:

  • Actuarial Science
  • Business Science
  • Commerce
  • Engineering
  • Humanities
  • Information Systems
  • Mathematics
  • Medicine
  • Sciences
  • Statistics

Skills/Competencies And Experience

Suitable candidates should apply for this general Allan Gray Graduate role and use the application and interview process to let us know where you think you will have the best start to your career at Allan Gray. If you are successful in the process we will make you an offer in a specific role. No work experience is required.

Successful candidates will be hired from 2 January 2018 and will be based at our Head Office in Cape Town.

Motivation

Screening Questions

(Attach your answers in PDF format)

By uploading a separate document, please motivate why you feel you are the best person for the Graduate Intake Opportunity.
​Interviews will be conducted in the 4 cities listed below. Please indicate in your motivation letter or CV which one is closest to you, should we invite you for an interview during the month of July:

  • Cape Town
  • Johannesburg
  • Durban
  • Port Elizabeth

Please include all of the following documents in your application (only complete applications will be accepted):

  • CV
  • Motivational letter
  • Matric certificate
  • Full academic transcripts (certificates are not sufficient – we want to see your results)

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Allan Gray: Graduate / Internship Programme 2018

Closing Date: 02 June 2017

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Project Planning and Management Vacancies Wits 5X Positions

Job Title Interns: CLEAR-AA WITS (x 5)
Location Johannesburg,ZA
Organization Name WITS SCHOOL OF GOVERNANCE CLEAR AA, FACULTY OF COMMERCE, LAW AND MANAGEMENT.
Department Description
The University of the Witwatersrand (Wits), through the Centre for Learning on Evaluation and Results Anglophone Africa (CLEAR-AA) situated within the faculty of Commerce, Law and Management (CLM), invites individuals to apply for the following internships on a one year fixed term non-renewable contract.

Brief Description
The CLEAR-AA learnership programme (Emerging Evaluator Programme (EEP)) is designed to expand the depth and breadth of academic learning as well as applied methods in the field of M&E in South Africa. CLEAR AA’s service offerings are housed within four complementary business lines: Strengthening National Evaluation Systems, Strengthening Evaluation Practice, Strengthening legislative oversight and Strategic Knowledge Management and Research. The CLEAR-AA learnership provides an opportunity for young previously disadvantaged individuals (PDI) in SA to receive experience in applying M&E theories learned in the classroom to specific experiences in the community and world of work.

The CLEAR-AA EEP seeks to provide an opportunity to not only use and develop industry-related knowledge and skills, but also to enhance a set of workplace behaviors and skills that are transferable in any related professional work setting.

CLEAR-AA is inviting applications from students with a passion for Development in Africa, Monitoring and Evaluation. The successful applicants will join the CLEAR-AA team and will work directly with the Business Line Manager’s on a range of projects.

The role of these interns will include (but not be limited to):

• Project planning and management
• Organise workshops, and assist with the logistics and facilitation for training, technical assistance and dissemination of learning events.
• Carry out basic field research including designing surveys, conduct tracer surveys to assess CLEAR AA training, inclusive of interviews with relevant stakeholders.
• Assist with data gathering for various Technical Assistance projects (as and when required)
· Writing 2 policy briefs per annum, updating the country briefs as well as gathering intelligence on key partner countries that we work with, and collaborating with senior staff for publication of research.
· Assist with the maintenance of all Communities of Practice by updating databases as well as ensuring content is distributed.
• General administrative support to the business line managers, incl correspondence, reporting, proposal writing, assist with the application of S&Ts, all travel and accommodation as well as team subsistence claims.
• Engagement with social media to raise the profile of CLEAR-AA, (content production) writing articles and or blogs for the CLEAR-AA website, appropriate work related tweets (Twitter) Facebook.

Requirements:
• Masters degree in development studies, public and development management, library science with a knowledge management elective, and or a Monitoring and Evaluation or related field of study;
• Experience in quantitative and qualitative research, literature review and interviewing techniques;
• Ability to be a team player and comfort in working in a collaborative environment;
• Excellent writing skills, including the ability to explain a complex topic verbally and in writing;
• Innovative and strategic thinking ability;
• Strong work ethic and high standards for achievement.

Ideal personal skills and attributes:
· Passionate about Africa, research and development;
· Self-motivator and deadline driven (results oriented).
· Passionate about learning
· Attention to detail
· Good people skills
· Good communicator
· Analytical and critical thinker
Detailed Description
Job Requirements
Additional Details

How to apply:
To submit your application for the above mentioned internships, please register (https://irec.wits.ac.za) and upload your detailed curriculum vitae including covering letter as well as name, address and contact details (including telephone numbers and e-mail addresses) of at least three traceable and credible referees. Please attach the following: your highest academic qualification, proof of registration with professional bodies you might belong to and an abstract of your masters thesis. If you have problems with registration on our portal forward C.V and all documents to Makgala.Mokoena@wits.ac.za

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First Rand Johannesburg is Offering Learners Internships

Purpose

Work as a Learner in various selected departments to gain work experience and an overall understanding of the financial industry.

Experience and qualifications

  • Grade 12 and relevant degree or diploma Must be South African citizen.
  • 1 year Experience

Additional requirements

  • Students studying IT; Actuarial Science; Maths/Stats and Engineering (Industrial, Mechanical, Electrical, Computer, Electronic)
  • Students in their final or penultimate year of studies

Responsibilities

  • Development of a service culture which builds rewarding relationships proposes innovations and allows others to provide exceptional client service.
  • Establish and manage a high level of organisational co-operation in order to ensure a professional service delivery.
  • Provision of innovative, cost effective sourcing solutions that market and promote FNB as an employer of choice.
  • Ensuring the practice is embedded throughout the business by overseeing documentation and continuous knowledge management and improvement thereof.
  • Comply with governance in terms of legislative and audit requirements.
  • Provision of an efficient administration service through careful and timeous planning, reporting and updating of all related information.
  • Manage own development to increase own competencies.

How to Apply

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