Closing Date: 22 July 2019
Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) is responsible for market conduct regulation and supervision. The objective of the FSCA is to enhance and support the efficiency and integrity of financial markets and to protect financial customers by promoting fair treatment by financial institutions as well as providing financial customers with financial education and maintaining financial stability.
The FSCA invites applications for the Internship Programme 2019/2020 from recently qualified unemployed graduates with, degree, National Diploma or BTech qualification.
Behavioural Competencies and Attributes Required: An inquiring mind;
Communication; Interpersonal; Collaboration; Time Management; Adaptability; Critical Thinking; Research & Analysis; Initiative; Receptiveness; Technical proficiency; Problem solving; Integrity; and Good ethical behaviour.
Duration: Participants will be placed on a 12-month on-the-job training
programme to equip them to enter the formal job market. It is e[xpected of the interns not to engage in any academic studies during the 12-month period. The interns will receive a monthly stipend for the duration of the internship and they are not guaranteed a job at the FSCA after completion of the programme.
Eligibility: Recently qualified South African graduates in possession
of the above-mentioned qualifications. Computer literacy (MS Word, E[xcel, Outlook / E-mail and Internet) will be an added advantage.
Applications must be accompanied by a letter of motivation, recently updated comprehensive CV, certified copies of all qualifications (academic transcript must be attached) and certified copy of SA identity document. Failure to submit any of the requested documents will result in the application not being considered. All qualifications will be verified.
FSCA is committed towards increasing the representation of marginalised groups in line with its Employment Equity Plan. Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Please note that correspondence and communication will only be conducted with short listed candidates and that the FSCA reserves the right not to appoint if a suitable candidate is not identified.
- Chief Risk – BCom Auditing [x1]
- Communication and Language Services – Graphic Design [x1]
- Consumer Education – BA Education / BA Social Science [x1]
- Corporate Centre – Grade 12 studying towards N: Diploma in Management [x2]
- Enterprise Information Governance Office – Information & Communication Technology [x1]
- Finance – BTech / BCom Accounting [x1]
- Human Resources – N: Diploma / Btech: Human Resources [x1]
- Insures & Retirement Fund Benefit Administrators – BCom Accounting
- Market Infrastructure & SRO’s – LLB [x1]
- Retirement Fund Conduct Supervision – LLB [x1]
- Security Administration & Facilities – N: Diploma Facilities Management / Grade 12 studying towards National Diploma Administration [x2]
- Supply Chain Unit – BTech Supply Chain Management / Logistics [x2]
How To Apply
NB: Do not pay for any job placement, a job cannot be sold. The job has to pay you not the other way round. Here are some tips for you to identify jobs that are not real. HOW TO SEE IF A JOB IS A SCAM/FAKE Below are ten tips to see if a job is a scam. Note that on this website we do not post such kind of jobs. 1.They Use Personal/free email instead of company email. , e.g: (hotmail. gmail, webmail, yahoo, mail e.t.c). Sometime their email will say Eskom@gmail.com, Transnet@webmail.com or Netcare@yahoo.com. The companies mail should say Eg firstname.lastname@example.org, recruitment@Transnet.com or Mothobi@Netcare.co.za it can't be eskom@gmail it must be statement them after @ is name of company not before @
2. They Use Personal Cell Number Instead of a Land-line/company tell (e.g. 073, 082. 061. 060 e.t.c) Companies use 011, 021, 041, 057, 031 ETC.
3. They Need Upfront fee for the job placement (e.g. pay R120 for your Job placement or Test) company needs you not other way round so they can't ask for money why can't they take it from your salary when they hire you? Even recruitment agency are paid by companies that require people.
4.They Rent CBD Flats for their interviews and fake tests , (e.g. what house commissioner street johannesburg flat/Floor no.22)
5. They require many people to Apply (e.g 100 people needed to work at call centre immediately) and requirements are simple that almost everyone qualify
6. They always have many different fake fields for everyone (Drivers, Cleaners, Call Centre, Nanny, Security Jobs e.t.c)
7. Their Job Posts are always : With or Without Qualifications/Experience
8. Some uses SMS Like : sms CLEAN to 4392 (This is just an example) or Comment with Yes or Phone Numbers
9. They Frequently Advertise the same Job Ad throughout the year
10. Their Job Content has less information and don't have Application End Date/ Closing Date. So, be warned and be cautious when you see jobs like these and never pay for a job, your job has to pay you. Thank you