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Smith & Nephew Internship Programme

Smith & Nephew Internship Programme


Westville, KwaZulu-NatalInternship

Vacancy Details: Sales Graduate

Employer: Smith and Nephew

Smith & Nephew is a global medical equipment manufacturing company headquartered in London, United Kingdom. We are an international producer of Advanced Wound Management products, Arthroscopy products, Clinical Therapy Products, and Orthopaedic Reconstruction products. Our products are sold in over 120 countries and we are listed on the London Stock Exchange.

Background



Smith & Nephew has a history dating back 160 years to the family enterprise of Thomas James Smith who opened a small pharmacy in Hull, England in 1856. On his death in 1896, his nephew Horatio Nelson Smith took over the management of the business.

A few days after the declaration of World War 1 in 1914, Horatio Nelson Smith (the nephew of the company founder T. J Smith) met with an envoy of the French President in London. The company was awarded a contract to supply £350,000 of surgical and field dressings, to be delivered in five months.

By the late 1990s, Smith & Nephew had expanded into being a diverse healthcare conglomerate with operations across the globe, including various medical devices, personal care products and traditional and pioneering woundcare treatments.

In 1998, Smith & Nephew announced a major restructuring to focus management attention and investment on three business units — wound management, endoscopy and orthopaedics — which offered high growth and margin opportunities.

Smith & Nephew was incorporated and listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1937 and in 1999 the Group was also listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

In 2001, Smith & Nephew became a constituent member of the FTSE-100 index in the UK. This means that Smith & Nephew is included in the top 100 companies traded on the London Stock Exchange measured in terms of market capitalisation.

Today, Smith & Nephew is a public limited company incorporated and headquartered in the UK and doing business in many countries around the world.


Responsibilities
As a Sales Graduate during the first quarter of the programme you would be responsible for learning the full Product Basket of your assigned Division as well as understanding the Business Model of the organisation, thereafter you will shadow and support the Sales Team of your assigned division by assisting with covering cases and observing the theatre environment. Sales Graduates are also responsible for making clients aware of the various Smith and Nephew products.

Candidate Requirements

  • Grade 12
  • Degree in Health Sciences
  • Clear criminal and ITC records
  • Own reliable vehicle
  • Valid driver’s license

How to Apply

Click here to send applications

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Department of Health Pharmacy technician Internships

Department of Health Pharmacy technician Internships

Closing Date for submission of applications: 28 June 2019

Reference Number: PTI/30/5/19

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME

The Eastern Cape Department of Health is implementing Learnership and Developmental Programmes targeting the youth of our communities to capacitate and upskill community beneficiaries decrease the unemployment rate in the province. The Department has 79 Pharmacy Technician Internship opportunities. Applications are invited from the unemployed (18.2) youth who possess an Advanced Certificate in Pharmacy Technical Support or a qualification as Pharmacy Technicians to apply for a twelve months Pharmacy Technician Internship programme within Alfred Nzo, Amathole, Buffalo City Metro, Chris Hani, Joe Gqabi, Nelson Mandela Bay Metro, O. R. Tambo and Sarah Baartman district. The Pharmacy Technician Internship programme is scheduled to start in June 2019 as per the following allocated seats:

  • Joe Gqabi district – 10 learners
  • Alfred Ndzo district – 10 learners
  • Buffalo City Metro including Cecilia Makiwane and Frere Hospital – 10 learners
  • Nelson Mandela Bay Metro including Dora Nginza and Livingstone Hospital –10 learners
  • Amathole District – 10 learners
  • Chris Hani District – 10 learners
  • O. R. Tambo District – 10 learners
  • Sarah Baartman District – 9 learners

N. B. Seats allocated to districts will be given to the needy facilities if not utilized within the specified time frames. Admission requirements:

  1.  Certified copy (current and not older than three months) of Grade 12 (Matric) certificate or equivalent.
  2. Certified copy (current and not older than three months) of a qualification as a Pharmacy Technician.
  3. Certified Copy of Identity document (RSA) – current and not older than three months. (If a South African Identity card is used copies must be for both sides.)
  4. CV/Personal profile
  5. Z. 83 form filled (obtainable from any Public Service Department office or facility.)
  6. Proof of residence as per the catchment area one has applied for.
  7. Proof of registration with the South African Pharmacy Council as a Pharmacy Technician
  8. A good and outstanding academic performance record during schooling or other forms of training will be an added advantage.

Important Note:

  • All copies must be certified and certification date not to be more than three months old.
  • The EC Department of Health is committed to ensuring inclusivity, equity and fairness.
  • Applicants must clearly indicate the reference number on the Z 83 form
  • Academic records will be verified.
  • No late and incomplete applications will be considered.
  • Communication will be limited to shortlisted candidates only.
  • If you have not been contacted within three months after the closing date of the advert, regard your application as unsuccessful.
  • Monthly stipend is at R5, 000 per learner.
  • No faxed or emailed applications nor documents will be accepted.

How To Apply

Applications must be submitted to the offices for Human Resource Development (HRD) Managers of the Department of Health in relevant districts or Sub districts or hand delivered as follows:

Joe Gqabi District: Post to: HRD Office, Joe Gqabi district, Private Bag X 1005, Aliwal North 9750 or hand deliver to Joe Gqabi district, HRD Office,32 Dan Pienaa Street, Springs, Aliwal North, 9750, Enquiries: Mr L. Kometsi – Tel. 051 633 9630 .

Alfred Ndzo District: Post to HRD Office, Alfred Ndzo District, Private Bag X 3515, Kokstad, 4700 or hand deliver to Alfred Ndzo District, HRD Office, 26,81 Murray Street, Kokstad, 4700, Enquiries: Mrs B. Mbobo-Tel. 039 797 6082.

Nelson Mandela Bay Metro: Post to HRD Office, Dora Nginza Hospital, Private Bag X 11951, Algoa Park, 6005 or hand deliver to Dora Nginza Hospital, HRD Office, Spondo Street, Zwide, Port Elizabeth, 6201, Enquiries: Ms. K. Mdingi – Tel. 041 4064326. Post to HRD Office, Livingstone Tertiary Hospital Private Bag X60572, Greenacres, Port Elizabeth 6057 or Hand deliver to Livingstone Tertiary Hospital, HRD Office, Corner of Lindsay & Stanford Road, Korsten, Port Elizabeth, 6001, Enquiries: Mr G. Naidoo Tel 041 453 0911.

Amathole District: Post to HRD Office, Amathole District Office, Private Bag x 022, Southernwood, East London, 5200 or hand deliver Amathole District Office, HRD Office, no 05 Ground Floor,19 St James Road, Medical Centre Building, Southern Wood, East London 5200, Enquiries: Mr. X. Mene – Tel. 043 707 6700

Sarah Baartman District: Post to HRD Office, Sarah Baartman District, Private Bag 27667, Port Elizabeth, 6057 or hand deliver to Sarah Baartmaan District, HRD Office, Room 510, Golden Mile building, 5 Downing Street, North End, Port Elizabeth, 6057. Enquiries: Ms. N. Wayiza – 041 4088514/8147

Chris Hani District: Post to HRD Office, Chris Hani District, Private Bag x1661 Queenstown 5320 or Hand deliver to: Chris Hani Health District, HRD Office, Komani Hospital, Queenstown 5320. Enquiries:Ms. P. N. Shweni – Tel. 045 8071100/1177

O. R. Tambo District: Post to HRD Office, OR Tambo District, Private Bag X 5005; Mthatha, 5099 or hand deliver to OR Tambo District, HRD Office, Office 9 – 24 Botha Sigcawu Building, Mthatha, 5099.

Buffalo City Metro: Post to HRD Office, Frere Hospital, Private bag X 9047, East London, 5200 or hand deliver to HRD Office, Frere Hospital, Room 4.11, 4th Floor, Amalinda, East London, 5225. Enquiries: Mrs Z. Moyikwa – Tel. 082 4746055. Post to HRD Office, Cecilia Makiwane Hospital, Private bag X001, Mdantsane, East London, 5225 or hand deliver to Cecilia Makiwane Hospital, HRD Office, Billie Road, NU 4 Mdantsane, East London, 5225. Enquiries: Ms L. Vara.

For enquiries contact: Ms Mehlwane Thobeka – 040 608 1525, Miss Ziyanda Mchizana, Miss Chulumanco Gugwini Tel no: 040 608 1524

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Department Of Health Learnerships EC

Department Of Health Learnerships EC

Closing Date: 28 June 2019

Ref No: LB Pharm. Ass 30/6/19

The Eastern Cape Department of Health is implementing Learnership and Developmental Programmes targeting the youth of our communities to capacitate and upskill community beneficiaries decrease the unemployment rate in the province. The Department has 55 Pharmacist Assistant (Learner Basic) Learnship opportunities. Applications are invited from the unemployed (18.2) youth within Alfred Ndzo – Maluti Sub district and Joe Gqabi district and qualifying employees (18.1) serving the Eastern Cape Department of Health who are interested in developing or upgrading themselves within Pharmaceutical services to apply for a fourteen (14) months Learner Basic Pharmacist`s Assistant learnership programme scheduled to start in June 2019 as per the following allocated seats:

  • Joe Gqabi – 5 learners (18.2)
  • Alfred Ndzo – Maluti Sub – district – 20 (18.2)
  • Buffalo City Metro including Cecilia Makiwane and Frere Hospital – 4 learners (18.1)
  • Nelson Mandela Bay Metro including Dora Nginza Hospital and Livingstone Hospital – 4 learners (18.1)
  • Amathole District – 6 learners (18.1)
  • Chris Hani District – 6 learners (18.1)
  • O. R. Tambo District – 6 learners (18.1)
  • Sarah Baartman District – 4 learners (18.1)

PHARMACIST`S ASSISTANT (LEARNER BASIC) PROGRAMME The Eastern Cape Department of Health is implementing Learnership and Developmental Programmes targeting the youth of our communities to capacitate and upskill community beneficiaries decrease the unemployment rate in the province. The Department has 55 Pharmacist Assistant (Learner Basic) Learnship opportunities. Applications are invited from the unemployed (18.2) youth within Alfred Ndzo – Maluti Sub district and Joe Gqabi district and qualifying employees (18.1) serving the Eastern Cape Department of Health who are interested in developing or upgrading themselves within Pharmaceutical services to apply for a fourteen (14) months Learner Basic Pharmacist`s Assistant learnership programme scheduled to start in June 2019 as per the following allocated seats:

  • Joe Gqabi – 5 learners (18.2)
  • Alfred Ndzo – Maluti Sub – district – 20 (18.2)
  • Buffalo City Metro including Cecilia Makiwane and Frere Hospital – 4 learners (18.1)
  • Nelson Mandela Bay Metro including Dora Nginza Hospital and Livingstone Hospital – 4 learners (18.1)
  • Amathole District – 6 learners (18.1)
  • Chris Hani District – 6 learners (18.1)
  • O. R. Tambo District – 6 learners (18.1)
  • Sarah Baartman District – 4 learners (18.1) N. B. Employees already serving in Pharmacy areas without the relevant qualification will be prioritized for the thirty (30) seats funded by HWSETA.

Admission requirements:

  1. Certified copy (current and not older than three months) of Grade 12 (Matric) certificate or equivalent which reflects Mathematics and English subjects having been passed.
  2. Certified Copy of Identity document (RSA) – current and not older than three months. (If a South African Identity card is used copies must be for both sides.)
  3. CV/Personal profile
  4. Z. 83 form filled (obtainable from any Public Service Department office or facility.)
  5. Release letter from supervisors for the employed or serving applicants (18.1).
  6. Proof of residence as per the catchment area one has applied for.
  7. A good and outstanding academic performance record during schooling or other forms of training will be an added advantage.

Important Note: All shortlisted candidates will undergo a Pre – assessment to determine their competency level in Mathematics and English.

  • All copies must be certified and certification date not to be later than three months old. 
  • The EC Department of Health is committed to ensuring inclusivity, equity and fairness.
  • Applicants must clearly indicate the reference number on the Z 83 form
  • Academic records will be verified.
  • No late and incomplete applications will be considered.
  • Communication will be limited to shortlisted candidates only.
  • If you have not been contacted within three months after the closing date of the advert, regard your application as unsuccessful.
  • Monthly stipend is at R2, 000 per learner.
  • No faxed or emailed applications nor documents will be accepted. Applications must be submitted to the offices for Human Resource Development (HRD) Managers of the Department of Health in relevant districts or Sub districts hand delivered or as follows

How To Apply

Applications must be submitted to the offices for Human Resource Development (HRD) Managers of the Department of Health in relevant districts or Sub districts or hand delivered as follows:

Joe Gqabi District: Post to: HRD Office, Joe Gqabi district, Private Bag X 1005, Aliwal North 9750 or hand deliver to Joe Gqabi district, HRD Office,32 Dan Pienaa Street, Springs, Aliwal North, 9750, Enquiries: Mr L. Kometsi – Tel. 051 633 9630 .

Alfred Ndzo District: Post to HRD Office, Alfred Ndzo District, Private Bag X 3515, Kokstad, 4700 or hand deliver to Alfred Ndzo District, HRD Office, 26,81 Murray Street, Kokstad, 4700, Enquiries: Mrs B. Mbobo-Tel. 039 797 6082.

Nelson Mandela Bay Metro: Post to HRD Office, Dora Nginza Hospital, Private Bag X 11951, Algoa Park, 6005 or hand deliver to Dora Nginza Hospital, HRD Office, Spondo Street, Zwide, Port Elizabeth, 6201, Enquiries: Ms. K. Mdingi – Tel. 041 4064326. Post to HRD Office, Livingstone Tertiary Hospital Private Bag X60572, Greenacres, Port Elizabeth 6057 or Hand deliver to Livingstone Tertiary Hospital, HRD Office, Corner of Lindsay & Stanford Road, Korsten, Port Elizabeth, 6001, Enquiries: Mr G. Naidoo Tel 041 453 0911.

Amathole District: Post to HRD Office, Amathole District Office, Private Bag x 022, Southernwood, East London, 5200 or hand deliver Amathole District Office, HRD Office, no 05 Ground Floor,19 St James Road, Medical Centre Building, Southern Wood, East London 5200, Enquiries: Mr. X. Mene – Tel. 043 707 6700

Sarah Baartman District: Post to HRD Office, Sarah Baartman District, Private Bag 27667, Port Elizabeth, 6057 or hand deliver to Sarah Baartmaan District, HRD Office, Room 510, Golden Mile building, 5 Downing Street, North End, Port Elizabeth, 6057. Enquiries: Ms. N. Wayiza – 041 4088514/8147

Chris Hani District: Post to HRD Office, Chris Hani District, Private Bag x1661 Queenstown 5320 or Hand deliver to: Chris Hani Health District, HRD Office, Komani Hospital, Queenstown 5320. Enquiries:Ms. P. N. Shweni – Tel. 045 8071100/1177

O. R. Tambo District: Post to HRD Office, OR Tambo District, Private Bag X 5005; Mthatha, 5099 or hand deliver to OR Tambo District, HRD Office, Office 9 – 24 Botha Sigcawu Building, Mthatha, 5099.

Buffalo City Metro: Post to HRD Office, Frere Hospital, Private bag X 9047, East London, 5200 or hand deliver to HRD Office, Frere Hospital, Room 4.11, 4th Floor, Amalinda, East London, 5225. Enquiries: Mrs Z. Moyikwa – Tel. 082 4746055. Post to HRD Office, Cecilia Makiwane Hospital, Private bag X001, Mdantsane, East London, 5225 or hand deliver to Cecilia Makiwane Hospital, HRD Office, Billie Road, NU 4 Mdantsane, East London, 5225. Enquiries: Ms L. Vara.

For enquiries contact: Ms Mehlwane Thobeka – 040 608 1525, Miss Ziyanda Mchizana, Miss Chulumanco Gugwini Tel no: 040 608 1524

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Pepsico Learnership Programme

Pepsico Learnership Programme

Location: Pietermaritzburg

Job Description

  • Basic problem solving skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Team Player
  • Self-motivated and self-starter
  • Flexibility with a commitment to learn, but moreover willingness to work
  • All candidates must be able to work under pressure
  • Candidates must be innovative, professional, honest, ethical and a great listener

Qualifications/Requirements

  • A valid South African Identity document
  • An active Bank account & SARS number
  • Matric/Grade 12 certificate with Mathematical & Literacy
  • Must be willing to work long hours
  • No experience required
  • Learnerships are available for young people who have completed school, college or learning at other training institutions. You must be older than 18 and younger than 34 to be eligible for a learnership
  • Certified copies of certificates and ID documents

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Pepsico Learnership Programme

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Skills Development Facilitator Deloitte

Skills Development Facilitator Deloitte

What impact will you make?

Every day, your work will make an impact that matters, while you thrive in a dynamic culture of inclusion, collaboration and high performance. As the undisputed leader in professional services, Deloitte is where you will find unrivalled opportunities to succeed and realize your full potential.

What you will do?

The function of the SDF is a key strategic function. The main purpose of the role is to ensure the organisation’s compliance and manage the risk in terms of the Skills Development Act, National Qualifications Act, Skills Development Levies Act, SAQA Act, BBBEE Act, BCEA, Labour Relations Act & EEA in terms of skills development.

A SDF ensure compliance and risk management i.t.o of the above legislations by fulfilling the following roles:

  • Advisor: To advise the employers and employees on the National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS) and on the implementation of the WSP.
  • Expert: To serve as an expert resource for accrediting the employer as a training provider and for the implementation of appropriate learnerships and skills programmes.
  • Facilitator: To facilitate the development of an employer’s skills development strategy
  • Mediator: To serve as a contact person between the employer and the relevant Seta.
  • Administrator: To complete and submit the WSP and ATR

Qualifications and Experience Required

Required

Degree and Accredited SDF certificate
2 years’ working experience

Preferred

Postgraduate qualification (relevant to Service Area)
3 years at Consultant level working directly with Transformation and Skills Development. Registered as a Skills Development Facilitator

Key Performance Areas:

Strategic Impact

Engages with and supports Business unit leaders in the delivery of services to clients in line with the defined strategic objectives:

  • Analyse the skills requirements within an organization and coordinate the execution of the employees personal development plans; monitor the implementation of the workplace skills plan and report accordingly.
  • Manage the organisation’s compliance risk related to the Skills Development Act, National Qualifications Act, Skills Development Levies Act, SAQA Act, BBBEE Act, BCEA, Labour Relations Act & EEA in terms of skills development.
  • Prepare and submit annual grant income budget for Talent & Transformation
  • Manage the FASSET grant reconciliation process and provide all relevant information to Deloitte Finance for the firm’s tax rebate process for the firm to gain the maximum monetary benefit

Budgets / Profitability

  • Effective use of time, equipment and resources
    Differentiators for this role
  • Responsible for the successful submission of all legislative reports, that being Work Place Skills Planning (WSP), annual training report (ATR) and associated reports
  • Align the firm’s reporting requirements to legislation in order to meet the needs of SETA, DoL, BEE Act
  • Ensure that the firm’s learning requirements are aligned to the Skills Development Act, National Qualifications Act, Skills Development Levies Act, SAQA Act, BBBEE Act, BCEA, Labour Relations Act & EEA
  • Support all service lines with their annual B-BBEE reporting process and actively manage the skills development element with B-BBEE verification agency
  • Actively participate and represent Skills Development in the firm’s National Employment Equity forum
  • Support all services lines by strengthening skills sets to alleviate scarce skills gaps
  • Play an active role on the firm’s National EE Forum by providing learning monitoring information
  • Engagement with stakeholders both in the firm and externally to collate the supporting documents required for completion of the BEE and EE reports
  • Build professional relationships within relevant stakeholders to understand business needs in area/s of responsibility
  • Manage the FASSET grant reconciliation process and provide all relevant information to Deloitte Finance for the firm’s tax rebate process for the firm to gain the maximum monetary benefit
  • Represent the firm at the FASSET consultative workshops planned for the sector
  • Prepare and submit annual grant income budget for Talent & Transformation
  • Manage the process to prepare the Skills Development audit sample for submission to the BBBEE verification agency

Conduct research on Skills Development initiatives that are in line with National Skills Development Strategy (NSDS III) and actively manage the implementation of such programmes within the firm (Learnerships, Internships and Skills programmes)

Key Competencies required / Talent Standards Capabilities:

Leadership Capabilities

  • Living our Purpose – Identifies and embraces our purpose and values and puts these into practice in their professional life
  • Influence – Builds relationships and communicates effectively in order to positively influence peers and other stakeholders
  • Performance drive – Seeks opportunities to challenge self; teams with others across businesses and borders to deliver and takes accountability for own and team results
  • Strategic direction – Understands objectives for clients and Deloitte, aligns own work to objectives and sets personal priorities
  • Talent development – Develops self by actively seeking opportunities for growth, shares knowledge and experiences with others, and acts as a strong brand ambassador
  • Competitive Edge – Understands disruptive trends and promotes potential innovative approaches
  • Inspirational Leadership – Projects confidence and motivates others through team collaboration and recognition of strengths, differences, and contributions

Core Professional Technical Capabilities

  • Technical expert in specific functional area
  • Demonstrated capability in interaction at all levels, briefing, analysis and project management skills
  • Experience in drafting and delivering presentations
  • Good report writing skills
  • Sound financial knowledge and understanding

Core Professional Behavioural Capabilities

  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Good interpersonal and relationship building skills
  • Mentorship and coaching ability with desire to develop self and others
  • Strong client delivery focus
  • Adaptable, managing change and ambiguity with ease
  • Focus on quality and risk
  • Problem solving ability
  • Good business acumen
  • Please note that this job advertisement provides a summary of the capabilities required and all candidates shortlisted will receive a full list of capabilities.

How to Apply

Click here to send application

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