Umkhanyakude District Municipality EPWP Programme X93 Positions

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Apply for the Umkhanyakude District Municipality EPWP Programme X93 Positions. Umkhanyakude District Municipality (UKDM) seeks to recruit suitable graduate applicants for the following EPWP vacancies which will be for the period of not more than 12 months in the financial year 2020/2021. 

Internship Application deadline is 10 July 2020 by 16h00

Internship Location: KwaZulu Natal

EPWP Programme X93 Positions

Requirements:

  • The applicants must reside within the jurisdiction of uMkhanyajude Municipality District which is Big 5 Hlabisa, Jozini, Mtubatuba and Umhlabuyalingana Municipalities.

Current Vacancies:

  • Data Capturer X2
  • Unemployed Graduates X20
  • NB Applicant s above should have NQF level 5 which is grade 12 with tertiary institution certificate or diploma.
  • Disaster Management Volunteers X71
  • NB Requirements are strictly ages between 18-35 youth with passed grade 12
  • Meter Readers
  • NB Applicants must have passed grade 11
  • General EPWP Participants

Read also: Business Analysis Learnership Programme

HOW TO APPLY

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About uMkhanyakude District Municipality

uMkhanyakude is the northernmost of the 11 districts of the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa. Its seat is Mkuze. It is a very rural district, the largest town being Mtubatuba in the south, with Hluhluwe, Mkuze, Jozini, Kwangwanase and Ingwavuma further to the north. The majority of its 573,353 people speak IsiZulu (2001 Census). The district code is DC27.

uMkhanyakude is named after the yellow-barked fever tree, literally meaning “seen from afar”. It contains many areas of outstanding natural beauty such as the St Lucia greater wetland park, Sodwana Bay and Kosi Bay. Game parks include Hluhluwe-Umfolozi, Ndumu and Tembe Elephant Park.

It is one of the two most deprived districts in South Africa according to the District Health Barometer. “Deprivation” is defined as a combination of indicators including unemployment rates, access to piped water and electricity, female-headed households with high numbers of children and low education levels, according to the Health Systems Trust which produces the Barometer.

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