FSB: Graduate / Internship Programme 2016

Closing Date: 11 March 2016
Location:
Pretoria, Gauteng

The Finacial Service Board invites applications for the Internship Programme 2016 from recently qualified unemployed B.Com  graduates, in:

  • Accounting / Auditing / Economics / Econometrics / Finance / Business Science,
  • NDip: Supply  Chain or Logistics,
  •  NDip or degree in Language Practice,
  •  B.Tech in IT/Computer Science. A+, N+ and MCSE or  any other IT related certificate will be an added advantage,
  • Bachelor’s degree in Education and research  knowledge will be an added advantage with a desire to work in the financial services industry. 

The Internship Programme offers a structured work-based learning experience. The successful candidates will  be placed in the following departments of the FSB: 

Consumer Education [x1], Information and Communication  Technology (ICT) X2, Credit Ratings Services [x1], Finance [x1], Hedge Funds [x1], Language Business Unit [x1],  Pensions Prudential Supervision [x1], Supply Chain Management Unit [x1] and Collective Investment Schemes  [x1]. 

Behavioural Competencies and Attributes Required:

  • An inquiring mind;
  • Communication skills;
  • Discretion;
  • Integrity;
  • Good Interpersonal skills;
  • Good ethical behaviour;
  • Quick thinking;
  • Research skills;
  • Problem solving skills;

Duration: Participants will undergo a 12-month on-the-job development training programme within the FSB that will be  relevant to their qualifications to equip them to enter the formal job market. It is expected of the interns not to  engage in any academic studies during the 12-month period. The Interns will receive a monthly stipend and they  are not guaranteed a job at the FSB.  Eligibility:

  • Recently graduated South African citizens in possession of the above-mentioned qualifications.
  • Computer literacy (MS Word, Excel, Outlook/E-mail and Internet) is a prerequisite.

How To Apply

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.  Interested parties should forward their CV’s for attention Mr Lordwin Shai at e-mail address: recruitment@fsb.co.za  by no later than 11 March 2016.

Please note that correspondence and communication will only be conducted with short listed candidates and that  the FSB reserves the right not to appoint if a suitable candidate is not identified.

LOCATION: Division: Forensic Services (Pretoria)

LOCATION: Division: Forensic Services (Pretoria)

REFERENCES: 16/02/2755 (1 post)

Generic Requirements:

Appointment requirements

Have at least a Degree or Diploma (minimum of NQF 6) in Police Management, Police

Science, Criminal Law, Criminology, BSc Degree, Economic and Management Sciences,

Public Administration and Management, Quality Management, Psychology (in one of the

following acknowledged categories: Clinical, Industrial or Counselling) or other relevant

field of study;

An applicable post graduate qualification in the above related fields, relevant training and

development in Executive Leadership Programmes, Project Management and Forensic

experience may be an added advantage;

Have relevant training and development in the field of the post;

Have a minimum of three years’ appropriate managerial experience in the field of the post;

Be fluent in at least two of the official languages, of which one must be English;

Have a valid motor vehicle drivers licence; and

Be subjected to a security clearance of Secret.

Additional Competencies

The post requires skills in: strategic capability and leadership, financial

management; programme and project management; planning and prioritising of

work on a national scale, knowledge management, service delivery innovation,

problem solving and analysis, people management and empowerment, client

orientation and customer focus, communication, managing of conflict and the

building of a successful team. The candidate must also be computer literate

(Microsoft Word/Power Point/Excel).

Core Functions

Manage and co-ordinate the provision of advice and assistance to investigators

dealing with Psychologically Motivated Crimes (PMC),

Manage and co-ordinate the liaising with experts in related fields for investigative

purposes,

Coordinate and disseminate forensic leads to initiate investigation of

Psychologically motivated crime,

Manage and coordinate the provision of forensic psychology input to support the

investigation of investigators dealing with Psychologically Motivated Crimes (PMC),

Manage and coordinate the provision of forensic psychological evidence and

courtroom assistance,

Manage the research projects related to the field of expertise,

Render effective training relating to psychologically motivated crimes to capacitate

the investigators and role players within criminal justice system,

Manage and utilise all resources allocated to the immediate post environment in

accordance with relevant directives and legislation.

 Application forms will be available from SAPS Head Office, Wachthuis

Building, Thibault Arcade, 225 Pretorius Street, PRETORIA, 2 nd floor, room

T208. Application forms will also be available at the Provincial Offices,

Human Resource Management. The application form that must be used is

circulated together with the advertisement and it may be requested via e-mail

at

senappointhq2@saps.gov.za;

SibiyaP2@saps.gov.za;

MolomoL@saps.gov.za, SeniorAppointmentsHQ5@saps.gov.za.

 Application forms may be delivered by hand to the SAPS Head Office,

Subsection: Senior Management Appointments:

Wachthuis Building,

Thibault Arcade, 225 Pretorius Street, PRETORIA, 2 nd floor, room T208

(between 07:30 and 16:00), or may be posted to:

The South African Police Service

Subsection: Senior Management Appointments

Private Bag X 986

PRETORIA: 0001

 The onus is on the candidate to obtain a reference number as proof of registration

of the application. It is furthermore the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that

the application has been received at the Subsection: Senior Management

Appointments, Head Office on or before the closing date of the advertisement.

 Enquiries can be directed to ANY of the personnel at Senior Management

Appointments: Head Office including: Lieutenant Colonel Hudson, Lieutenant

Colonel Naicker, Lieutenant Van Rensburg or Lieutenant Sibyia at telephone

number: 012-393-1427/4463/1078/1963/4320.

 PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING:

The closing date for applications is 7 March 2016 at 16:00.

Only the official application form as mentioned in paragraph 4 supra will be

accepted. All instructions on the application form must be adhered to.

Failure to do so may result in the rejection of the application. Each page, of

the application form, must be signed by the applicant.

The post particulars and number of the post must be correctly specified on

the application form.

A separate original application form and CV must be submitted. Copies

will not be accepted.

The CV must contain full particulars of:

 all boards on which an applicant serves;

 current employment and other business interests;

 career promotions, appointments, career developments, career

history,

 current studies and qualifications;

an applicant must also attach certified copies of the following:

 ID document;

 Valid motor vehicle driver’s license;

 all educational qualifications obtained;

 academic records/statement of results; and

 service certificates of previous employers stating the post

occupied.

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Applications must be received timeously. Late applications will not be

accepted or considered.

Successful candidates for appointment, will be vetted in terms of the

Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act,

2007 (Act No 32 of 2007) and the Children’s Act, 2005 (Act No 38 of 2005).

A candidate, whose particulars appear in either the National Register for

Sex Offenders or Part B of the Child Protection Register, will be

disqualified from appointment to that post.

Appointments will be made in terms of the SAPS Act, 1995 (Act No 68 of

1995).

Correspondence will be conducted with successful candidates only.

Shortlisted candidates will have to submit a set of fingerprints to the

secretary of the selection committee.

All shortlisted candidates will be subjected to an assessment centre

process, in compliance with DPSA directives, which will be used to test the

relevant technical elements of the job and the generic managerial

competencies, the logistics of which will be communicated by the

department.

The successful candidate will have to conclude a contract of employment,

enter into a performance agreement and disclose all financial interests in

terms of the South African Police Service Employment Regulations, 2008,

as amended.

An appointee will need to complete a QVA2 form, to which all academic

qualifications must be attached, for verification.

 Through the filling of the above-mentioned posts, an applicant whose appointment

will promote representivity may receive preference.

 The South African Police Service is under no obligation to fill a post after the

advertisement thereof.

 Although the posts are advertised, the National Commissioner may withdraw a post

from the advertisement, re-advertise the post or fill the post by transferring a

person at the same level where this is deemed to be in the interest of service

delivery.

 In accordance with SO (F) 41 (5) (k) & (l), expenses with regard to travel and

accommodation of candidates may be paid by the South African Police Service.

 The appointment of the successful applicant will come into effect on the first day of

the month following the date on which the National Commissioner approved the

appointment.

 The contents of this circular must be brought to the attention of all personnel.

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Career Opportunities: Learner Technician (7901)

Closing Date:   26 February 2016

Business Unit: Sasol Sasolburg Operations, Gasloop & Utilities

Location: Sasolburg, Free State, SA

Reports to: Test & Power Electronics (T&PE), Area Manager

Job Type: NPE

Level of Experience: S4/National Diploma

 

 

Position Summary:

The successful candidate(s) will complement the T&PE team as they get their on-the-job experiential learning (P1 & P2). The individual(s) will be working under the supervision of senior technicians within the T&PE team.

 

Required outputs: Functional

  • Willingness to learn, apply and challenge oneself.
  • Testing of overloads, protection relays and electrical equipment
  • Continuously learn and research new technology and testing principles
  • Do plant electrical infrastructure inspections and draft reports
  • Report all unsafe conditions to line management and supervision
  • Comply to all OSH ACT requirements
  • Practise good housekeeping
  • Conduct visual inspections on the process and equipment
  • Report process deviations to Group leader
  • Communicate and assist team members in controlling the process
  • Fault finding
  • Manage emergencies
  • Assist in incident investigation. Sequence of events capturing during incident

 

Job Requirements:

  • Completed S4 electrical subjects (Must)
  • Safety consciousness (Must)
  • Electrical Power Engineering knowledge (Must)
  • National Diploma  Qualification (Wish)
  • Previous electrical work experience (Wish)
  • Sound understanding of electrical protection principles and testing (strong wish)

 

Specific experience required

  • Must have completed all S4 subjects.
  • Sound understanding of electrical engineering subjects (i.e. Power Electronics, Machines and Electrical Protection etc.)
  • Adhere to all safety rules, regulations and work standards
  • Practice good housekeeping
  • Comply with all legal requirements
  • Ability to work independently and interdependently
  • Team player

 

Personal Attributes:

  • Sound communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to challenge paradigms.
  • Self-starter.
  • Team worker.
  • Enthusiasm and perseverance.
  • Problem solving skills.
  • Willing to work overtime as and when required.
  • Computer skills.
  • Analytical and tactical skills
  • Safety conscious and ability to stop an unsafe work activity.

 

 

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The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Arts internship

The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Arts and Culture hereby invites applications for internship opportunities that exist in the Department. Applications are invited from unemployed youth between 18-35 years of age, with relevant Degree/National Diploma. Successful interns will be expected to enter into a 12-month contract. Interns will receive a monthly stipend of about +R4 600.

Click link below to download full advert:

KZN DAC 2016 internships advert

SA Navy: Military And Functional Training Programme 2017

Closing Date: 29 February 2016
Location:  
Gauteng ♦ Eastern Cape ♦ Free State ♦ Northern Cape ♦ Limpopo ♦ Mpumalanga ♦ Western Cape ♦ North West ♦ KZN

The SA Navy is offering young South African citizens an excellent opportunity to serve in uniform over a two-year period. The Military Skills Development System (MSDS) is a two-year voluntary service system with the aim of equipping and developing young South Africans with the necessary skills in order to compete in the open market.

Young recruits are required to sign up for a period of two-years, during which they will receive Military Training and further Functional Training.

All applicants must comply with the following:

  • South African Citizen (Relinquish any other citizenship).
  • Have no record of criminal offences.
  • Not be area bound.
  • Preferably single.
  • Comply with medical fitness requirements for appointments in the
  • Be free from physical disabilities and not suffer from claustrophobia or a fear of heights.

Minimum Requirements for Applicants with Matric only:

  • Combat applicants aged between 18 and 22 must have completed Grade 12 with Mathematics and Physical Science with at least Level 3 for both subjects.
  • Engineering and Technical applicants aged between 18 and 22 must have completed Grade 12 with Mathematics and Physical Science with at least Level 3 for both subjects

Requirements for Graduates:

  • Graduate applicants aged between 18 and 26 must have a completed Grade 12 with a Degree, National Diploma or N6 with a Trade Test Certificate in Mechanical, Marine or Electrical Engineering.
  • Graduate applicants aged between 18 and 26 must have a completed Grade 12 with relevant support (Human Resource and Logistics) qualifications

THIS APPLICATION FORM MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH THE FOLLOWING CERTIFIED DOCUMENTS

  1. Copy of ID
  2. Copy of Matric Certificate
  3. A Short CV
  4. Highest achieved qualification (e.g. Degree, National Diploma or N6 Certificate)

ENQUIRIES AND APPLICATIONS

Admission Enquiries can be directed to: SA Navy Recruitment Centre at (012) 339 4000. If interested in the MSDS in the SA Navy, kindly complete the application form with the requested documents & post to: Department of Defence, SA Navy Headquarters (Recruitment Centre) Private Bag X104, Pretoria, 0001

How To Apply

Download the South African Navy Applications Form 17

Download the South African Defence Intelligence Programme Applications Form 17

Internship Opportunities for people living with disabilities (Only disabled candidates will be considered for this advert) (Ref No.: 02/09/15HO)

Internship Opportunities for people living with disabilities (Only disabled candidates will be considered for this advert) (Ref No.: 02/09/15HO)

Stats SA provides Internship for people living with disabilities in the following Fields of Study for 2016/17. Criteria To qualify for the internship programme, you must –  be an unemployed South African graduate aged between 20–30 years;  have a disability;  have completed a degree/ national diploma (NQF 6) or Honours degree; and  have obtained an average of 60% or higher in any of the following fields of study: Interns in the following fields of study are encouraged to join the Stats SA two-year Internship Programme  Statistics  Demography  Geography  Methodology  System Development and Analysis  Economics and Econometrics  Supply Chain Management  Human Resource Management  Finance  Governance  Strategy  Internal Audit  Law All Internship opportunities are primarily based at Head Office in Pretoria but a limited number of posts are allocated to the various provinces based on their needs. Prerequisites: ● A three-year tertiary qualification (NQF 6) in the above-mentioned fields. Applicants that still need to finish or qualify for a Degree or National Diploma should not apply. Important note: Please note that only applications submitted on our Internship form 2016/17 available on www.statssa.gov.za will be considered ● Correspondence will be entered into with short-listed candidates only ● Statistics South Africa reserves the right not to make an appointment ● Applications received after the closing date will not be considered. Head Office, Pretoria: Post to the Manager: Recruitment and Appointments, Statistics SA, Private Bag X44, Pretoria 0001 or hand-deliver at 167 Delta Heights Building, corner Madiba and Thabo Sehume Streets, Pretoria. Applicants can hand deliver their applications to the closest provincial office. Enquiries: Kindly contact Ms Z Buthelezi at (012) 310 4893 or Ms L Nel at 012 310 8319. Closing Date: 18 September 2015 Stats SA endeavours to promote the careers of previously disadvantaged persons by applying the principles of appropriate legislation, e.g. Employment Equity Act, 1998.

Internship Opportunities (Ref No.: 01/09/15HO)

  • Stats SA provides Internship in the following Fields of Study for 2016/17. Criteria To qualify for the internship programme, you must –  be an unemployed South African graduate aged between 20–30 years;·  have completed a degree/ national diploma (NQF 6) or Honours degree; and·  have obtained an average of 60% or higher in any of the following fields of study:· Interns in the following fields of study are encouraged to join the Stats SA two-year Internship Programme  Statistics·  Demography·  Geography·  Methodology·  System Development and Analysis·  Economics and Econometrics·  Supply Chain Management·  Human Resource Management·  Finance·  Governance·  Strategy·  Internal Audit·  Law· All Internship opportunities are primarily based at Head Office in Pretoria but a limited number of posts are allocated to the various provinces based on their needs. Prerequisites: ● A three-year tertiary qualification (NQF 6) in the above-mentioned fields. Applicants that still need to finish or qualify for a Degree or National Diploma should not apply. Important note: Please note that only applications submitted on our Internship form 2016/17 available on www.statssa.gov.za will be considered ● Correspondence will be entered into with short-listed candidates only ● Statistics South Africa reserves the right not to make an appointment ● Applications received after the closing date will not be considered. Head Office, Pretoria: Post to the Manager: Recruitment and Appointments, Statistics SA, Private Bag X44, Pretoria 0001 or hand-deliver at 167 Delta Heights Building, corner Madiba and Thabo Sehume Streets, Pretoria. Applicants can hand deliver their applications to the closest provincial office. Enquiries: Kindly contact Ms Z Buthelezi at (012) 310 4893 or Ms L Nel at 012 310 8319. Closing Date: 18 September 2015 Stats SA endeavours to promote the careers of previously disadvantaged persons by applying the principles of appropriate legislation, e.g. Employment Equity Act, 1998.

Internships from the Department of Environmental Affairs

The internship intakes for the 2016/17 Internship Programme have been closed. No applications will be taken until the opening of the internship intakes for 2017/18.  The internships opportunities at DEA are advertised through print media/ national newspapers and on this website (on this page) towards the last quarter (beginning of December) of the year. The departmental recruitment and selection processes apply. DEA is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. It is our intention to promote representivity (race, gender and disability). The candidature of persons with disabilities will receive preference for the Internship Programme. Candidates with disabilities are always encouraged to apply.

 

Purpose and Objectives

Purpose

The department offers internships to previously disadvantage South African students; the purpose of the programmes is to establish an effective system for continuous development of skilled and experienced candidates for future appointments and mobility in both the public and private sector.

Overview

The Department of Environmental Affairs’ (DEA) programme seeks to achieve the following objectives:

  • Enhance youth development and employability
  • Develop a culture of high quality lifelong learning within Department of Environmental Affairs
  • Foster skills transfer (through coaching) from Department of Environmental Affairs’ permanent staff to interns

 

Procedures and information to apply

Who is eligible to apply?

Consideration for interns is given to individuals who have successfully completed an undergraduate or postgraduate qualification

DEA offers internships in the following fields:

  • Legal
  • Finance
  • Administration
  • Information Technology
  • Development Studies/Research/Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Customer Relationship Management (call centre services)
  • Journalism
  • Communications
  • Media Studies
  • Public Relations
  • Environmental Science/Environmental Management
  • Logistics/Procurement/Supply Chain Management
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Marine Science/Zoology/Oceanography
  • Town Planning
  • Natural Science
  • Human Resources Management
  • Public Admin/Business Administration/Asset Management
  • Waste and Pollution Management

Applications for the internship should include the following information to be considered:

  • A completed Z83 form
  • Curriculum Vitae with contact details (more than one contact details)
  • Certified copies of qualifications and recent academic records
  • Certified copy of identity document

Environmental Careers Overview

 

The environment provides many exciting, interesting and satisfying career choices stretching across a tremendous range of fields and disciplines. Working in the environmental field is rewarding because you can contribute to the maintenance and conservation of essential life systems necessary for our human survival. There are two main routes which you can take:

  • A social-environmental perspective
  • An environmental science perspective

It is important to note that these two complement one another and effective environmental management combines both these perspectives.

  • Social-environmental careers

    Normally one progresses into the social-environmental perspective through a Social Science or Arts degree presented at a university. Subjects may include Anthropology, Archaeology, Development Studies, Geography and Environmental Studies, Law (Environmental Law), Journalism (Environmental Journalism) and Education (Environmental Education). Careers in this field are centred around humans and their relations with the environment, and ways of making these relations beneficial to both people and the environment.

    Career path qualification:

    • Community conservation and rural development
      BA degree with subjects such as Anthropology, Development Studies, Geography and Environmental Studies
    • Environmental educators
      HdipEd with subjects such as Geography or Biology
      Formal Environmental Education courses pursued at postgraduate level
    • Environmental lawyers
      BA LLB degree with Environmental Law as a subject
    • Environmental journalists
      No formal qualification other than journalism (degree or diploma)
    • Cultural resource specialists
      BA degree with subjects such as Archaeology, Anthropology, Political and Social Studies or Social History
    • Eco-tourism specialists
      Tourism degree or diploma with environmental interest
  • Environmental science careers

    Environmental science careers start by completing a science degree at university or a relevant diploma course at technikon. Subjects in the natural sciences such as Zoology, Botany and Ecology generally lead to a career path in biodiversity conservation, but may also lead to a career in environmental management. Subjects in the physical sciences such as Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry might lead to a career path in environmental management aspects such as pollution control or waste management. Landscape architects and civil engineers pursue environmental management through ensuring that environmental concerns are brought to bear on infrastructural development.

    Career path qualification

    • Environmental impact assessment and environmental management
      BSc degree in natural sciences with postgraduate courses in environmental management
    • Landscape architect
      Landscape architect degree at the Universty of Pretoria or the University of Cape Town
    • Nature conservation
      Technikon diploma in Nature Conservation or BSc degree with subjects such as Zoology, Botany, Ecology.
    • Specialist scientists in biodiversity e.g. marine biologist, zoologist, ecologist
    • Postgraduate degrees in Zoology, Botany and Ecology, specialising in particular fields of interest
    • Waste managers and pollution controllers
      BSc degree with subjects such as Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Climatology
      Technikon diploma or degree in Environmental Science or Engineering
    • Environmental engineers
      Civil Engineering degree or B Tech degree in Civil Engineering

Universities and Technikons will have more information on courses and degrees.

Contact the Department of Environmental Affairs for more information as well as the requirements and timelines of the annual internship programme’s intake. The call for applications is usually sent out in September each year.

Mr Thomas Mathiba. Director: Sector Education, Training and Development
Tel:
012 399 9922
Email: tmathiba@environment.gov.za
Call CentreTel: 086 111 2468
Email:callcentre@environment.gov.za
Switch Board: 012 399 9000