Sandvik is Offering Finance Learnership in Johannesburg

Sandvik is offering finance learnership opportunity at Jet Park in Johannesburg.

The Purpose of learnerships is to obtain workplace skills and professionalism (Business Etiquette) and to put into practice the theory they have been taught. The majority of learners placed in the department that correlates with their qualification. We aim to have clearly defined roles for learners to ensure that the theoretical understanding gained whilst studying is tested and enhanced through practical application. This would be a fixed term contract for 12 months.

Sandvik is an engineering group in tooling, materials technology, mining and construction.

Key performance areas

  • Supports in preparing monthly, quarterly, annual and other reports as required.
  • Prepares monthly financial forecasts, including cash flow forecast and top up requests.
  • Maintains an up to date financial grid of both restricted and unrestricted funds
  • Files all financial records and vouchers as per the financial policies and procedures.
  • Liaises with the bank: cashing cheques, general banking, banking mandates, reconciling bank statements and ensures appropriate balances are held in the accounts.
  • Review and ensure timely settlements of receipts for staff business advances.
  • Captures and uploads financial transactions data onto the accounting system including payroll information.
  • Monthly Processing and submission of VAT
  • Supporting the audit processes – internal and external.
  • Provides cover for Head of Finance when required

Requirements

  • Matric or equivalent
  • N4 to N6 Certificate Financial Accounting
  • Ability to work with Microsoft Office Programmes
  • Excel Skills
  • Positive attitude and willingness to learn
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Able to adapt to change
  • Deadline driven and ability to work under pressure for long periods

How to apply

Applications close on10 February 2017. Click here to apply online

5 Succesful Forex Traders in The World

As we think forex trading is risk, some take risk as a challenge and they went head on with it. Here are some of the successful forex traders around the world.

In the following article we introduce you to five of the youngest and most successful investors in the world. Reading their stories will give you the motivation you need to up your game.

Tim Sykes

Tim Sykes is best known for turning his bar mitzvah money into more than $1.5 million by the time he was 21. On his 18thbirthday he took $12,415 in gift money and began trading penny stocks.

He would continue to do this throughout his tenure at Tulane University and was eventually featured in Trader Monthly’s “30 Under 30” publication of up-and-coming traders.

Sykes currently works as a financial educator and has more than 2,000 students worldwide.

Simon Drake

At 29 years of age, Simon Drake is one of Wall Street’s top dealmakers. As Vice President of JPMorgan Chase, Drake trades hundreds of millions of dollars in daily volume, specializing in investment grade corporate debt.

Drake has stuck it out with JPMorgan since graduating from Harvard with a degree in economics.

Jan Sramek

Jan Sramek broke into the Wall Street big leagues at the tender age of 23, rising to fame as an emerging markets trader for Goldman Sachs.

The Czech Republic-born Sramek revealed his keys to success in his book Racing Towards Excellence, which is ranked very highly on Amazon.

After excelling as a proprietary trader for Goldman Sachs and as an investment analyst for AKO Capital, Sramek co-founded consulting firm Better in 2011.

The consulting firm, which specializes in delivering training courses for international clients, has already raised $5 million from European investors.

Gilbert Mendez

Gilbert “Gman” Mendez is a professional forex trader, having built a highly successful black-box trading model that was quickly recognized by SMB Capital.

The proprietary trading firm gave Gman his own trading account and named him “Head Trader” shortly after. Gman proved his worth during the Great Recession of 2007-2009 and was eventually named partner at SMB Capital.

He is currently Chief Investment Officer at Red Ivy Capital, an investment management company specializing in statistical methods for wealth creation.

Luis Alvarado

At 29 years of age, Luis Alvarado is the youngest member of the Wells Fargo private investment team, which handles $170 billion in assets.

Alvarado has spent his entire career with Wells Fargo and can be seen chiming in on the global financial markets in various online articles.

According to Wells Fargo, Alvarado is “solely responsible for building capital market assumptions which ultimately forms the foundation of recommendations for virtually every client account.”

That’s quite the laundry list for the 29-year old.

Source: bullbearings

Dunlop Vacancies for Graduates

 

We are pleased to inform you of our recently advertised Internship positions within our company.

Closing Date: 17 February 2016
Location: Durban

Duration: 12 months

The following positions are open for applications

  • Human Resources Management x1
  • Marketing x2
  • Supply Chain Management x2
  • Finance x1
  • Technical and Quality x1

The minimum requirement for all of the above mentioned positions is a Three year Degree or a B-Tech within the related field of specialisation.

How to Apply

Applications can be sent to nkanyiso.khumalo@srigroup.co.za.

Applications received after close of business on the closing date will not be considered.

I Always Thought it Was Impossible until I Tried it: Now I Got What Keeps Me Going

When I grew up I used to see life in a different angle. I used to think that a certain group of people are born to succeed in life. I always thought that opportunities only come to the privileged. Until one day when I realised that I and I only can create opportunities for my self.

With the advance availability and accessibility to the latest ICT, we are more previlaged than the time I was still young.

It is up to myself to shape my future.

There are things we can do in order to survive and make a good living in the current moments. Let me share the best things I know you can use to survive.

Make Money on Forex

As you are reading this, the currency of your country might have fluctuated a several moments and a great number of people have benefited from that. That is called forex trading. Let me tell you this, people are becoming wealthier using the internet to trade currencies. You can be part of the successful pool of people around the world. Making money on forex has become a talk of the town or let me just say a global talk. For you to start forex trading, you need to open a trading account from a registered forex broker. But most importantly, you need to have training because it is too risky to just start throwing your money on something that you do not have a better understanding.

There are several ways to get forex trading trainings

You can search the internet for the forex trading service providers.

You can as someone who has already attended forex training.

You can teach yourself by reading articles such as this one you are reading now.

You can also teach yourself by watching video tutorials available online about forex.

In South Africa, the most influential person on forex issues is Sandile Shezi who became a multi-millionaire at the age of 24. Do some search about him and you will be inspired.

I wrote this article in an effort trying to inspire someone to do something.

The great man Nelson Mandela once said, “it always seems impossible until it is done”. So, for you to make it in life, you have to start someting.

If you love this article, feel free to share it with your friends, they gonna love it too.

Help us get more views on this article, share using social network buttons below.

Thanks for reading and thanks for sharing this.

 

 

SAPS Graduates Traineeships Kzn

Closing Date: 19 January 2017 at 13:00

The South African Police Service: Human Resource Development is offering internships to graduates, unemployed matriculated candidates without work experience or student who are registered with tertiary institutions to obtain experience as part of their study programme.

The graduate interns will receive a contract of twelve (12) months. Stipend will be determined by Division Human Resource Development.

Requirements

  • Graduate interns: Ref int. 1 / 12 / 2016
    National Diploma / B-Tech / Bachelor’s Degree or Higher Qualification
    Unemployed and not participated in an internship Programme
    18-35 years of age South African Citizens
    No Criminal Record
  • Student intern: Ref int 2 / 12 / 2016
    Registered student at Tertiary Institution / TVET
    Letter from Tertiary Institution requesting experiential learning
    18-35 Years of Age South African Citizens
    No Criminal Record
  • Matriculated intern: Ref int. 3 / 12 / 2016
    Matric / Grade 12 / TEVT / Unemployed and not participated in an Internship Programme
    18-35 Years of Age
    South African Citizens
    No Criminal Record

 

All Qualifications must be related to the following:

  • Human Resources Management,
  • Office Administration,
  • Public Administration,
  • Public Relations,
  • Communications,
  • Psychology,
  • Supply Chain Management,
  • Sports
  • Information Technology

Matriculated Interns must have Language English rating:

HG 1st LanguageD (50 – 59%)
HG 2nd LanguageC (60 – 69%)
SG 1st LanguageC (60  – 69%)
SG 2nd LanguageB (70 – 79%)
National Senior Certificate rating
5 → 60 – 69% → C
4  → 50 – 59 % → D

Applications must be accompanied by letter of application stating the field of study which the intern is applying for. One (1) application per applicant must be submitted. Attach a CV, certified copies of all certificates and Certified Identity Documents.

Please forward a comprehensive cv with certified copy of ID, Senior certificate and all other qualifications, quoting the relevant reference number, marked for attention of the relevant recruitment officer / official: to the respective centres as per attached list

Enquiries: LT Col K Govender / PPO M Parsaramen ISPO Nkosi (031 325 4808 / 6194 / 6196)

Note: Short listed candidates will be subjects to an interview to determine their suitability. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only.

Graduate Interns
PHQ Finance (Loss Management) [x1]
PHQ Personnel Services (Leave Admin / Service Terminations / Psychological Services) [x3]
PHQ HRD [x1]
Mountain Rise SAPS [x1]
Umlazi SAPS [x1]
Ladysmith SAPS [x1]
Kwamaphumulo SAPS [x1]
Kwahlabisa SAPS [x1]
KwaMashu SAPS [x1]
Nongoma SAPS [x1]
Msinga SAPS [x1]
Kwamsane SAPS [x1]
Osizweni SAPS [x1]
Durban North SAPS [x1]
Chatsworth SAPS [x1]
Pinetown SAPS [x1]
Nkandla SAPS [x1]
Plessieslaer SAPS [x1]
Eshowe HRD [x1]
Pietermaritzburg HRD [x1]
FCS Eshowe [x1]
FCS Dundee [x1]
FCS Vryheid  [x1]
Student Interns
Provincial HRD [x1]
Esikhaleni SAPS [x1]
Inanda SAPS [x1]
Hammarsdale SAPS [x1]
Montclair SAPS [x1]
Alexander Road SAPS [x1]
Newcastle SAPS [x1]
uLundi SAPS [x1]
Lamonville SAPS [x1]
Gamalakhe SAPS [x1]
Matriculants
Ibisi SAPS [x1]
Ceza SAPS [x1]
Mehlomnyama SAPS [x1]
Ekombe SAPS [x1]
Kranskop SAPS [x1]
Nyoni SAPS [x1]
Ingogo SAPS [x1]
Jozini SAPS [x1]
Msimini SAPS [x1]
Ntabamhlope SAPS [x1]

How To Apply

  • P / H / Q-KZN
    Lt Colonel K Govender / PPO M Parsarameni SPO SV Nkosi Contact no: 031-325 4808 / 6196
    15 Bramfisher Road, Durban
  • Ethekwini inner South
    W / Off D Chetty / PO PS Mabaso, Contact no: 031-4514290 / 02
    SAPS CHATSWORTH
    NO 1 Justice Street, Block G and H Chatsworth
  • Ethekwini Inner North
    Lt Colonel Jali, Contact no: 031 510 9969
    SAPS INANDA
    Old Main Road, Inanda
  • Ethekwini Outer North
    Lt Colonel JE Mthembu, Contact no: 031 508 2311
    SAPS PHOENIX
    177 Longcroft Drive
  • Ethekwini Outer South
    Colonel MK Soobrathi / SAC Z. Damane, Contact no: 031 908 0024
    SAPS UMLAZI
    W1295 Number 1
    Prince Mcwayizeni Road, Umlazi
  • Lembe Cluster
    CPO PN Manqele, Contact no: 032 551 8213
    SAPS KWADUKUZA
    106 Chief Albert Luthuli Street, Kwadukuza
  • Ethekwini West Cluster
    SPO S Phungula, Contact no: 031 3255129
    SAPS PINETOWN
    133 Josiah Gumede Road, Pinetown
  • King Cetswayo Cluster
    AC NP Nhleko / Contact no: 035 9015864
    SAPS EMPANGENI
    46 Old Main Road, Empangeni
  • Ugu Cluster
    W / Officer P Moonsamy,  Contact no: 039 688 1114
    SAPS PORT SHEPSTONE
    Lot 341 Court House Road, Port Shepstone
  • Umgungundlovu North
    Colonel P Usher, Contact no: 033 3879638
    SAPS MOUNTAIN RISE
    17 Royston Road
  • Umgungundlovu South
    Pietermaritzburg- Lt Colonel Louwrens/Contact no: 033 8452450
    SAPS- PIETERMARITZBURG
    231, Jabu Ndlovu Street, Pietermaritzburg
  • Harry Gwala
    CAC ZG Khumalo, Contact no: 039 8348804
    No 5 Lands down Road
    IXOPO
  • Harry Gwala
    CAC ZG Khumalo,Contact no: 039 8348804
    No 5 Lands down Road
    IXOPO
  • Uthuketa Cluster
    Capt. Sitholes, Contact no: 036-638 3313
    SAPS LADYSMITH
    36 King Street
  • Amajuba Cluster
    Capt Manthe’/SPO Cochrane / Contact no: 034 3146131/34
    SAPS NEWCASTLE
    78 Allen Street, Newcastle
  • Umzinyathi Cluster
    PPO Strydom / AC Van Zyl, Contact no: 034 299 9756/9791
    SAPS DUNDEE
    75 Gladstone Street, Dundee
  • Umkhanyakude Cluster
    Capt Myeni, Contact no: 035 572 3643
    SAPS JOZINI
    Jozini Main Road
    356 NSinde Street
  • Zululand
    Capt Masondo/W/Off Masango, Contact no: 035 8740521/63
    SAPS ULUNDI
    Corner of King Zwelithini Street/Prince Mangosuthu Street

Envoronmental Affairs Employment: Apply via Z83 Form

Closing Date: 23 December 2016

Duration: 01 April 201731 March 2018

Stipend: R4500.00 per month

The Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) invites unemployed graduates, who wish to apply for the 2017 / 18 Internship Programme. DEA is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. It is our intention to promote representivity (race, gender and disability). The persons with disabilities will receive preference for the Internship programme, and therefore encouraged to apply. DEA is inviting applicants who have not previously participated in any Internship programme and currently unemployed. Candidates must have completed at least an undergraduate or post graduate qualification from a recognised Higher Education Institution in the following study fields. Correspondence will only be limited to successful candidates.

If you have not heard from us within 3 months after the closing date, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

Incomplete, e-mailed, faxed and late applications will not be considered. Applicants must only apply for one study field per application.

BSc Environmental Science; BA Environmental Management; Nat Dip Environmental ScienceSubjects: Environmental Law; Legislative Drafting; Policy Development)

CWM / 01 / 2017

BSc Information Science / Management(Subjects: Statistics, IT)

CWM / 02 / 2017

BSc Environmental Science; BA Environmental Management;Subjects: Project Management, Pollution & Waste Management, Environmental Law; Legislative Drafting; Policy Development)

CWM / 03 / 2017

BSc Environmental Science; BA Environmental Management; Nat Dip Environmental ScienceSubjects: GIS, Environmental Management, Waste Management)

CWM / 04 / 2017

BSc Environmental Science; BA Environmental ManagementCWM / 05 / 2017
MSc / BSc Hons Environmental Science; MSc / BSc Hons Chemistry; MSc / BSc Hons Chemical EngineeringSubjects: Chemistry / Chemical Engineering / Geology)

CWM / 06 / 2017

MSc / BSc Hons / BSc Chemical Engineering; MSc / BSc Hons / BSc Chemistry; MSc / BSc Hons / BSc Biochemistry; MSc / BSc Hons / BSc MicrobiologyCWM / 07 / 2017
BSc Hons Environmental Science; BSc Hons Natural SciencesSubjects: Geography, Ecology, Resource Management)

BC / 01 / 2017

BSc Biotechnology; BSc GeneticsSubjects: Microbiology, Genetics)

BC / 02 / 2017

Nat Dip Nature Conservation; BSc Environmental Science / ManagementBC / 03 / 2017
BSc Biological Science; BSc Environmental Science; Nat Dip Environmental Science;Nat Dip Nature ConservationBC / 04 / 2017
BSc Environmental Science; BSc Biochemistry(Subjects: Biochemistry, Botany, Biotechnology)

BC / 05 / 2017

BSc / BSc Hons Conservation Biology; BSc / BSc Hons Natural ScienceSubjects: Conservation Biology or Zoology or Botany or Ecology)

BC / 06 / 2017

BSc Environmental Science; BA Environmental ManagementSubjects: EIA, GIS, Ecology, Botany)

BC / 07 / 2017

Nat Dip Nature Conservation; Nat Dip Environmental Science / ManagementSubjects: Ecology, Natural Resource Management)

BC / 08 / 2017

BSc Environmental Science / Management; Nat Dip Nature Conservation; Nat Dip Environmental Science / ManagementSubjects: Environmental Management, Natural Resource Management, Research)

BC / 09 / 2017

BSc Environmental Science / Management; Nat Dip Nature Conservation; Nat Dip Environmental Science / ManagementSubjects: Environmental Management, Natural Resource Management, Research)

BC / 10 / 2017

BSc Environmental Science; BA Environmental Management; Nat Dip / BTech Nature Conservation; Nat Dip / BTech Environmental Science / Management(Subject: Geography)

BC / 11 / 2017

BA / BSoc Sci Heritage and Cultural Studies; BSc Natural Science; BA Environmental ManagementSubjects: Conservation, Environmental Studies, Heritage, Cultural Studies)

BC / 12 / 2017

BSc Environmental Science; BSc EcologySubjects: Environmental Economics, Botany)

BC / 13 / 2017

BSc Environmental Science; BA Environmental ManagementEAS / 01 / 2017
BSc Hons Environmental Science; BA Hons International Relations; BSc Environmental Science; BA International RelationsEAS / 02 / 2017
BSoc Sci Environmental Management; BA Environmental Management; BSc Environmental ScienceSubjects: Environmental Impact Assessment, Geography)

EAS / 04 / 2017

BSc Environmental Science / Management; BSc Natural Science, BSc StatisticsSubjects: Conservation Ecology, Environ. Economics, Geography, Data Processing Methods, Environ. Monitoring and Reporting)

EAS / 05 / 2017

BA Public Administration; Nat Dip Public Management; Nat Dip Office Management and Technology; Nat Dip Management AssistantLACE / 01 / 2017
Nat Dip Nature Conservation; BSc Environmental Science / ManagementSubjects: Botany and Zoology, Ecology)

LACE / 03 / 2017

BSc Biological Science; BSc Natural ScienceSubjects: Botany, Horticulture, Entomology, Zoology, Marine Science, Invasion Biology, Pathology, Environmental Science)

EP / 01 / 2017

Nat Dip Civil Engineering; Nat Dip Structural EngineeringSubjects: Advanced Structural Engineering, Engineering Design)

EP / 06 / 2017

Nat Dip Forestry; Nat Dip Natural Science; Nat Dip Environmental Science(Subjects: Soil Science, Environmental Studies)

EP / 07 / 2017

Nat Dip Environmental Health; Nat Dip Safety ManagementSubjects: Occupational Health & Safety Management)

EP / 08 / 2017

BSc / Nat Dip Information Science; BCom / Nat Dip Auditing; BCom / Nat Dip Cost and Management AccountingSubjects: Data Quality Management, Records Management, Research)

EP / 10 / 2017

BSc / Nat Dip Information Science; BA Public Administration / Management; Nat Dip Public Administration / ManagementSubjects: Records Management, Archives Management)

EP / 11 / 2017

BSoc Science; BCom Economics; BCom Statistics; BA Development Studies; M&E Related StudiesSubjects: Monitoring and Evaluation, Research)

EP / 12 / 2017

BSc Computer Science; BSc IT (Web & Application); Nat Dip IT (Web & Application)Subjects: Information Systems, Database Design, Development-Net Framework)

EP / 13 / 2017

BA Public Administration / Management; Nat Dip Public Management; Nat DipOffice Management and Technology; Nat Dip Management AssistantCCAQ / 01 / 2017
BCom Hons Environmental Economics; BA Hons Development Studies; BCom Environmental Economics; BA Development StudiesSubjects: Environmental Economics, Development Studies)

CCAQ / 02 / 2017

BSc Hons Environmental Science / Management; BSc Hons Process EngineeringSubjects: Chemistry, Climate Change)

CCAQ / 03 / 2017

MSc / BSc Hons Environmental Science and Geography; MSc / BSc Hons Climate Change and Development StudiesSubjects: Environmental Science, Climate Change)

CCAQ / 04 / 2017

BSc Hons Environmental Science / Management; BSc Hons Natural SciencesSubjects: Environmental Science, Geography, Climate Change, Development Planning)

CCAQ / 05 / 2017

BA Public Administration / Management; Nat Dip Public Management; Nat Dip Office Management and Technology; Nat Dip Management AssistantCCAQ / 06 / 2017
MSc / BSc Hons Atmospheric Science; MSc / BSc Hons Chemical Engineering; MSc / BSc Hons Environmental Science / ManagementSubjects: Chemistry, Mathematics, Geography)

CCAQ / 07 / 2017

BCom Human Resource Management / Development; Nat Dip Human Resource Management / Development; Nat Dip Management of TrainingCOO / 01 / 2017
BA Public Administration; Nat Dip Public Management; Nat Dip Office Management and Technology; Nat Dip Management AssistantSubjects: Project Management, Finance and Procurement Management)

COO / 02 / 2017

BCom Risk Management; BCom Internal Auditing; Nat Dip Internal Audit; Nat Dip Risk ManagementCOO / 03 / 2017
BA Communication; BA Public Relations; BCom Marketing; Nat Dip Events Management; Nat Dip Marketing Management; Nat Dip Public RelationsCOO / 04 / 2017
BA Journalism; BA Public Relations; BA Media Studies; Nat Dip Journalism; Nat Dip Public Relations; Nat Dip Media StudiesCOO / 05 / 2017
BA Communication; BA Journalism; BA Public Relations; BA Media Studies; Nat Dip Journalism; Nat Dip Public Relations; Nat Dip Media StudiesCOO / 06 / 2017
Nat Dip Contact Centre ManagementSubjects: Customer Relations, Contact Centre Management, Communication Skills)

COO / 09 / 2017

BA Communication; BA Public Relations; BCom Marketing; Nat Dip Marketing Management; Nat Dip Public RelationsCOO / 10 / 2017
BSc IT Web & Multimedia; BSc IT Web Applications & Development Nat Dip IT Web & Multimedia; Nat Dip IT Web Applications & DevelopmentCOO / 11 / 2017
BA Graphic Design; BTech Graphic Design; Nat Dip Graphic DesignSubjects: Photography, Visual Communication, Illustration Techniques, Drawing & History of Graphic Design)

COO / 12 / 2017

Nat Dip Information Technology (IT)Subjects: +A, +N, Desktop Support)
Nat Dip Management Assistant

COO / 13 / 2017

BCom Human Resources Management; Nat Dip Human Resources ManagementCOO / 17 / 2017
BCom / BA Tourism Management; Nat Dip Tourism ManagementCOO / 18 / 2017
BSoc Sci Environmental Management; BA Environmental Management; BSc Environmental ScienceCOO / 19 / 2017
Nat Dip / BTech Management Services; Nat Dip / BTech Operations ManagementSubjects: Organisational Effectiveness, Work Study, Operations Management)

COO / 20 / 2017

 

Masters / BCom Hons Public Management / Administration / Business Management /
Governance and Public Policy (Subjects: Governance, Public Policy, Law, Research Methodology, Project Management)COO / 21 / 2017
BTech / Nat Dip Information Technology (IT); BSc Computer ScienceSubjects:
Information Systems, Project Management)

COO / 22 / 2017

Nat Dip Human Resource Development (HRD); Nat Dip Management of TrainingCOO / 23 / 2017
Nat Dip Human Resource Development (HRD); Nat Dip Management of TrainingCOO / 26 / 2017
Nat Dip Labour RelationsCOO / 27 / 2017

 

Free State Region
BA Public Administration / Management; Nat Dip Public Management; Nat Dip Office Management and Technology; Nat Dip Management Assistant(Subjects: Project Management, Finance & Procurement)

EP / 05 / 2017

 

Limpopo Region
BA Public Administration; Nat Dip Public Management; Nat Dip Office Management and Technology; Nat Dip Management AssistantEAS / 03 / 2017 – Polokwane
BSc Environmental Science; BSc Forestry; BA Environmental Management; Nat Dip
Nature Conservation; Nat Dip Forestry(Subjects: Ecology, GIS)

EP / 04 / 2017

 

North-West Region
BA Public Administration; Nat Dip Public Management; Nat Dip Office Management and Technology; Nat Dip Management AssistantEAS / 03 / 2017 – Mahikeng

 

Eastern Cape Region
BA Public Administration; Nat Dip Public Management; Nat Dip Office Management and Technology; Nat Dip Management AssistantEAS / 03 / 2017 – King Williams’s Town

 

Mpumalanga Region
BA Public Administration; Nat Dip Public Management; Nat Dip Office Management and Technology; Nat Dip Management AssistantEAS / 03 / 2017 – Witbank

 

Western Cape (Cape Town)
LLB (Law Degree); Bachelor of LawsLACE / 02 / 2017
BSc / BSc Hons Environmental Science / Management; Nat Dip / BTech Nature
Conservation (Subject: Environmental Law)LACE / 04 / 2017
BSc Biological Science; BSc Natural ScienceSubjects: Botany, Horticulture, Entomology, Zoology, Marine Science, Invasion Biology, Pathology, Environmental Science)

EP / 02 / 2017

BA Public Administration; Nat Dip Public Management; Nat Dip Office Management and Technology; Nat Dip Management AssistantSubjects: Project Management, Finance and Procurement)

EP / 03 / 2017

BA Public Administration / Management; Nat Dip Public Management; Nat Dip Office Management and Technology; Nat Dip Management AssistantEP / 09 / 2017
BA Public Administration; Nat Dip Public Management; Nat Dip Office Management and  TechnologySubjects: Project Management, Finance and Procurement Management)

OC / 01 / 2017

BSc Environmental Science / Management; BSc Natural Resources; Nat Dip Nature ConservationSubjects: Botany / Horticulture)

OC / 02 / 2017

BSc Environmental Science / Management; BSc Environment and Water Science; BSc OceanographySubjects: Chemistry, Environmental Pollution, Oceanography)

OC / 03 / 2017

BTech Mechanical Engineering; BTech Electromechanics; BTech Machanotech; BTech Operations / Project ManagementSubjects: Project Management, Operations Management)

OC / 04 / 2017

BSc Oceanography; BTech OceanographySubjects: Oceanography, Physics, Computer Science)

OC / 05 / 2017

Nat Dip Analytical ChemistryOC / 06 / 2017
MSc / MTech Oceanography; MSc / MTech Chemistry; MSc / MTech Earth ScienceSubjects: Chemistry, Marine Geochemistry, Oceanography)

OC / 07 / 2017

BSc / BSc Hons Natural Science; BSc / BSc Hons Marine Biology; BSc / BSc Biology; BSc / BSc Hons ZoologySubjects: Zoology, Botany)

OC / 08 / 2017

BSc / BSc Hons Zoology; BSc / BSc Hons StatisticsSubjects: Animal Behavior, Research Methods)

OC / 09 / 2017

BSc Hons / BTech Life Science; BSc Hons / BTech Oceanography; BSc Hons / BTech Natural Science; BSc Hons / BTech ConservationSubjects: Biology, Zoology, Botany, Oceanography)

OC / 10 / 2017

BSc / BSc Hons Biological / Conservation; BSc / BSc Hons Biochemistry; BSc / BSc Hons ZoologySubjects: Marine Zoology, Marine Ecology, Marine Biology, GIS, Systematics, Statistics)

OC / 11 / 2017

MSc / BSc Hons / BSc Biological ScienceSubjects: Top Predator Research, Biology, Zoology, GIS)

OC / 12 / 2017

BSc Zoology; BSc Marine Biology; BSc Environmental Science; Nat Dip Oceanography; Nat Dip Nature ConservationSubjects: Zoology, Marine Science, Computer Skills, Data Analysis)

OC / 13 / 2017

BSc / BTech Life Science; BSc / BTech Natural Science; BSc / BTech Nature ConservationSubjects: Biology, GIS)

OC / 14 / 2017

BA Public Administration; Nat Dip Public Management; Nat Dip Office Management and Technology; Nat Dip Management AssistantSubjects: Project Management, Finance and Procurement)

OC / 15 / 2017

BSc / BSc Hons Biological / Conservation; BSc / BSc Hons Biochemistry; BSc / BSc Hons ZoologySubjects: Marine Zoology, Marine Ecology, Marine Biology, GIS, Systematics, Statistics)

OC / 16 / 2017

BA Public Administration; Nat Dip Public Management; Nat Dip Office Management and TechnologySubjects: Project Management, Finance and Procurement Management)

OC / 17 / 2017

Nat Dip Electrical Engineering (Light Current); Nat Dip MechatronicsSubjects: Electronics, Power Electronics, Control Systems)

OC / 18 / 2017

BSc Hons Natural Science; BSc Hons Environmental Science / Environmental EducationSubjects: Communication, Journalism, Oceanography, Environmental Science)

OC / 19 / 2017

BTech OceanographyOC / 20 / 2017
BSc Hons / BTech Environmental Science / Management; BTech / BEng Environ. EngineeringSubjects: EIA, Environ. Sustainability and Planning, Environ. Law, Environ. Management)

OC / 21 / 2017

BSc / BTech Environmental Science / ManagementSubjects: Research Methodology, Project Management)

OC / 22 / 2017

BSc Environmental Science / Management; Nat Dip Nature ConservationSubjects: Environ. Law, Environ. Resources, Environ. Management, Zoology, Biology, Research Methodology)

OC / 23 / 2017

BSc Environmental Science / Management; BSc Natural Resources; Nat Dip Nature Conservation(Subjects: Nature Conservation, Environmental Management, Zoology, Law, Ecology)

OC / 24 / 2017

BA Journalism; BA Public Relations; BA Media Studies; Nat Dip Journalism; Nat Dip Public Relations; Nat Dip Media StudiesCOO / 07 / 2017
BA Communication; BA Public Relations; BCom Marketing; Nat Dip Marketing Management; Nat Dip Public RelationsCOO / 08 / 2017
Nat Dip Information Technology (IT)Subjects: +A, +N, Desktop Support)

COO / 14 / 2017

BA Public Administration / Management; Nat Dip Public Administration / Management; Nat Dip Management AssistantCOO / 16 / 2017
Nat Dip Human Resource Development (HRD); Nat Dip Management of TrainingCOO / 24 / 2017
BCom Human Resources Management; BCom Industrial Psychology; Nat Dip Human Resources ManagementCOO / 25 / 2017

How to Apply

Applications must be submitted on a completed Z83 form obtainable from any Public Service; please indicate “Internship & Study Field” for the position which you are applying for; also indicate the “Ref Number” (as stated in the advertisement).

Applications must be accompanied by a detailed CV and certified copies of ID and qualifications (Matric / Grade 12 certificate; National Diploma; Degree; Post Graduate qualifications as well as the recent Academic Transcripts / Records) to the following address:

All Internship applications for Head Office-Pretoria, Free State, Limpopo, North-West, Eastern Cape and Mpumalanga Regions must be directed to the following address:

Director-General, Internship Programme, Private Bag X 447, PRETORIA,
0001

or hand delivered to:

Department of Environmental Affairs, Environment House, 473 Steve Biko Road, ARCADIA.

Enquiries:

Mr Mbongeni Mncube
Tel: (012) 399 8691;

Ms Phindhani Maphete
Tel: (012)399 8687;

Mr Dinilesizwe April
Tei: (012) 399 9415.

All Internship applications for Western Cape (Cape Town Office) must be directed to the following address: Director-General, Internship Programme, Private Bag X4390, CAPE TOWN, 8001 or hand delivered to: Department of Environmental Affairs, 63 Strand Street, CAPE TOWN

Enquiries:

Mr Nkosikhona Zuma
Tel: (021) 814 8085;

Ms Nozuko Grootboom
Tel: (021) 814 8088;

Ms Neliswa Magwala
Tel: (021) 814 8089

Metro Police Traineeships Buffalo City Municipality

Closing Date: 03 November 2016
Location: East London

 TRAINEE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS x17 – LAW ENFORCEMENT TASK

GRADE 05: R 98 294.52 – R 127 597.92 (Total Package: R 182 620.73 per annum subject to certain conditions)
Ref.No. 223 /16

Requirements

  • Grade 12
  • Valid code B/EB driver’s license 6
  • Physically fit
  • No criminal record

Key Performance Areas:

· Maintains law and order for the entire Buffalo City · Ensures public safety by carrying out and responding to complaints from the public both written complaints and complaints dis patched by the control room and performs control room duties by answering telephone calls, dispatching members per two way radio · Attends to court proceedings to give evidence as witness in relation to arrests made in his or her presence · Ensures compliance with Municipal by laws and legislation and protection of municipal installations and property

For further enquiries regarding the above post kindly contact Nontembeko Lechamochamo on 043 – 705 2763

PLEASE NOTE:

CANDIDATES WILL NOT BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE AN APPLICATION FORM

Candidates who are suitably qualified as per the minimum requirements for the post set out in the advertisement are to submit a copy of their curriculum vitae together with a covering letter, along with the relevant required documentation for a specific post. (i.e. certifie d copies of certificates not copies of certified copies, diplomas, degrees, Identity Document and drivers’ licenses, where applicable). Non – submission of the required supporting documentation may disqualify a candidate. Candidates are advised that the obli gation rests upon them to demonstrate that they meet the minimum requirements specified for the post. Any candidate who does not meet the minimum requirements will be automatically disqualified.

Fraudulent qualifications or any information submitted and th e canvassing of councilors or officials will disqualify any candidates with immediate effect. Candidates are cautioned that documentation and information provided is checked with relevant authorities and fraudulent submissions may also lead to criminal ch arges being laid against persons involved in submission thereof.

Candidates will be required to undergo a defensive driving or physical/practical test where applicable.

Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality reserves the right not to fill any or all of the positions advertise d at the sole discretion of Council.

How to Apply

Applications can be hand delivered to theHuman Resources Department, Buxton House, Buxton Street or posted to the Directorate of Corporate Services, PO Box 134, EAST LONDON, 5200.

NOTE: The Buffalo City Metropolitan Council is committed to the provisions of the Employment Equity Act (Act No. 55 of 1998) for the advancement of previously disadvantaged and disabled persons. Should candidates not be notified of the outcome of their applications within twenty eight (28) days of the closing date, they may regard themselves as having been unsuccessful. Benefits include subsidized pension, 13 th cheque, medical aid and group life assurance schemes, generous leave privileges, housing subsidy and assistance towards removal expenses subject to certain conditions.