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City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Traineeship Programme

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City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Traineeship Programme

Closing Date: 23 October 2018.

The City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality is committed to developing and increasing financial management skills within the public sector by creating more professional training opportunities for prospective Chartered Accountants.

 The City’s Academy for Chartered Accountants Training Programme

The programme is geared towards providing trainees with the opportunity of gaining valuable hands-on work experience, dedicated training in financial management and all its disciplines, a broad exposure to a variety of Local Government business operations and management functions. The programme is designed to strengthen the public sectors financial skills base with the intention to retain local government trained chartered accountants.

Structure of the ACA Training Programme

The three (3) year professional training programme has been structured in a manner that offers the trainees exposure in key areas with Accounting and External Reporting being the core competency received and specialisation in Financial Management and Management Decision-Making and Control as electives. Trainees will be offered competitive market-related salaries.

Minimum requirements: To qualify for the Joburg Chartered Accounting Training Programme, candidates must have completed their Certificate in the Theory of Accounting (CTA) from a SAICA accredited University.

How To Apply

• Motivation letter (500 words) • Detailed CV • Certified copy of your South African identity document • Full official academic transcripts and records Submit documentation to: City of Johannesburg, Group Human Capital Management

Attention: Mashali Mokete. Tel: (011) 407-6479. 158 Loveday Street, Metro Centre, 2nd Floor, Braamfontein or E-mail applications to: MashaliM@joburg.org.za

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