Thursday, 20 September 2018

Ambassador Opportunity at Capital Growth 2018

Confidence and assertiveness are vital, an applicant for thisposition will need to be proactive, have ambition and be able to
deal with all types of people.



They must be able to adapt to various situations and apply their abilities to make the most of opportunities as they arise.

A real passion for people is a must
along with strong leadership skills.

Requirements

  • Knowledge, Skills, and Experience:
  • Matric
  • Computer literate
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Excellent command of English
  • Motivated and driven person
  • A team play and leader who enjoys working with people to support organisational goals
  • Active listener and learner
  • Ability to communicate effectively with customers
  • Must have excellent selling and negotiation skills


Please send your CV and cover letter to Nomandla at hatfield_admin@capitalgrowth.co.za.

Source: BizCommunity

PSETA Internship Programme 2018

The Public Service Sector Education
and Training Authority (PSETA) is offering Internship opportunities for a period of 12 months with the monthly stipend of R3500.00.



The Public Service Sector Education and Training Authority, needs to employ a suitably qualified Work Integrated Learner.

The qualified candidate will: 
  • The successful applicant will be based in PSETA offices in Hatfield.
  • The WIL will report to the Learning Progammes Specialist.
  • The purpose of this placement is to provide the candidate with necessary experiential training in order to attain a qualification
  • (National Diploma).
  • The candidate will undergo a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Programme for a period of eighteen (18) months under the
  • supervision of a Specialist.

Requirements:
  • Unemployed South African
  • N6 Certificate (Management Assistant)
  • Applicant should have completed their N6 studies
  • Applicant who have not yet received their N6 certificate should provide proof of academic transcripts or a letter from the
  • institution confirming that the learner has completed their studies.
  • Letter from the institution indicating that the learner need experiential training, in order to complete a qualification.
  • Applicant should not have attended any WIL programme before or have been employed.

All Applicants must be:
If you match the above profile, submit your application, a detailed CV and motivation for your appointment to the Human Resource Department, PSETA, PO Box 11303, Hatfield or hand-deliver to 353 Festival Street, Hatfield, Pretoria 0028 or e-mail to recruitment@pseta.org.za.



PLEASE NOTE: This is a fixed term position until the 31st March 2020.

Closing Date: 21st September 2018 PSETA is a listed public entity and all appointments are in line with employment equity legislation and practices. 

If you have not heard from us within two months after closing date.

Wednesday, 19 September 2018

PSG Graduate programme 2018

Our PSG Graduate programme aims to create a pipeline of young talent within the financial services industry.



The programme offers graduates
an opportunity to gain on-the-job practical workplace experience while providing on-going support and training.

About the programme
PSG is a leading financial services provider in South Africa and is committed to contribute towards the growth, development and empowerment of youth in the country.

We believe that in addition to hiring the best talent, a diversity of perspectives, ideas and cultures leads to the creation of better financial products and services.

What is in it for you?
  • A 12 month graduate opportunity
  • Continuous coaching, mentoring and on-the-job training
  • Work exposure within the financial services industry
Minimum Requirements
  • Be South African Citizens
  • Degree in the following
  • Financial Accounting
  • Accounting (CIMA route)
  • Average of 65% and above
Personal Attributes
  • Ambitious & looking to advance in their career within the financial
  • services industry
  • Energetic and solution focused
  • Team orientated
  • Work well under pressure
  • Resilient
  • Attention to detail



Closing Date: 31 October 2018

How to apply:
If you meet with the minimum requirements, CLICK HERE TO APPLY

ABB Graduate Opportunity 2018

For the 2018 Intake, we are looking for Apprenticeships which forms part of a highly structured rotation metrics:
Electrical Engineering Apprenticeship.



About

ABB South Africa understands that Young Talent is the future, hence we do our best to recruit, select, develop, place, and retain
young talent by providing the best working and learning environment that allows us to write the future together.

Working for ABB South Africa as a Artisan Engineer you will not only get hands-on experience in one of the leading Engineering, Technology and Innovation companies in the world, you will also
get an opportunity to develop your skills. Join us and let’s write the future together!

Tasks:
All ABB's Young Talent Programmes are based on the 70:20:10 Model of Learning and Development which is based on three types of learning:

Hands-on (70%), Asking questions (20%), Classroom (10%).

We also understand that the world of work has changed and will continue to change. To keep with the pace and progress within the organization, you will need more than just Hard Skills (Technical), hence, during your time at ABB South Africa we will equip you with Soft Skills that will enable you to connect, create your identity and promote yourself in any working environment. In addition to formally learning about our
products through our online Learning Management System and our face-to face classroom training (10%), you will spend most of your time working with our actual products and systems (70%), and also be
exposed to industry experts and leaders who will be available to answer your questions and provide you with career guidance (20%).

For the 2018 Intake, we are looking for Apprenticeships which forms part of a highly structured rotation metrics:
Electrical Engineering Apprenticeship.

In the first 6 months you will be learning about TESTING:

• You will be assisting in performing primary injection on CURRENT
TRANSFORMER
• Assisting in performing magnetization curve on CURRENT TRANSFORMER
• Electrical Equipment, Power tools & Hand tools.
• Soft Soldering & Hard Soldering Technics
• Fault finding and Secondary Injections
• Compile documents and records of test report
You will learn about WIRING:
• Reading & understanding wiring schematics
• Understanding various electrical material used
• Symbols used for STs, Vts, etc.
• Used of various hand tools
• Electrical assembly of components into LV apartments.



Requirements:
• Good communication and Interpersonal Skills,
• Technical Knowledge in Engineering,
• Proven abilities to communicate effectively in English.
• Accurate and timeous completion of assignments (results driven).

Additional information

Applications closes: 28 September 2018

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

By submitting your CV to ABB you hereby give us permission to circulate your information to the interview panel members for this vacancy only and background check may be conducted.

Your information will not be used for other position/purpose and will be disregarded after an offer has been made.



In the event you do not hear from the Company within a period of 21 days after the closing date of applications, please consider yourapplication unsuccessful.

The CV’s of unsuccessful candidates will not
be returned.

Marketing Internship Opportunities at GetSmarter 2018

We currently have an exciting internship opportunity available for final year Marketing students.



About

2U Inc. was named one of the Best Places to Work for medium-sized companies by Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Awards. Our high- energy, fast-paced, ever-changing work environment is both challenging and fun.

We constantly strive for excellence and our bold and fearless approach to exceeding expectations help us to eliminate
the back row in education.

Our team puts the “care” into career and believe that a community of motivated, healthy and happy employees is key to a thriving team.

Qualifications:
- Currently completing a final year degree or diploma in Advertising, Brand Management, Digital Media, Communication or Copy writing

What do we look for in a Marketing Intern?
- Must be articulate, professional and have a good command of both
spoken and written English
- Must be extremely computer literate
- Team player
- Ability to multi-task
- Ability to problem-solve
- Ability to manage change
- Great ability to manage pressure and stress
- Excellent communication skills
- Good interpersonal skills
- Passion and a ‘can-do’ attitude



If you're interested to apply, please APPLY HERE

Tuesday, 18 September 2018

Post Office Internship Opportunities 2018

Shape your future Information Technology Graduate Programme 10 Positions – 12 to 18 months.



POSITIONS BASED AT THE NATIONAL POST OFFICE CENTRE IN PRETORIA.

Postbank is offering the oppor – tunity to unemployed IT graduates who are willing to grow their career and gain excellent
skills and knowledge in the IT industry and at the same time be part of a team that is shaping the future of financial inclusion.

We are looking for socially driven individuals who live the spirit of entrepreneurship, and are inno – vative and technology savvy.

The graduates must be resilient and have a strong work ethic and must be high performers and self-motivated.

Graduates will have the opportunity to be exposed in the following areas: 
• Enterprise Architecture and solutions design.
• IT Infrastructure Engineering and Support.
• Application development and support.
• Software and Hardware testing,
Windows Specialist on software and active directory.
• Database Administration and Infrastructure storage.
• Information Security.
• System Integration and Middleware.

Minimum Requirements: 
• Completed or must be in the final
year of a 3 year recognised Degree / Diploma in Information Technology.
• Relevant IT Certification will be an added
advantage.
• Persons must be South African Citizens seeking workplace experience.
• Must currently be unemployed.
• Must be residing within the area for which they are applying for or willing to relocate temporarily at own expense.
• Must be willing to render excellent service to the unit.
• Must be willing to travel.
• Must be willing to undergo an assessment/interview.
• Must have a clear credit (ITC), qualification and criminal record.

Successful Applicants:
• Will be paid a monthly allowance/
stipend as determined by the company.
• Will sign a 12–18 months on-the-job training contract.
• Will not be guaranteed permanent positions after completion of the training.
• Will not be entitled to company benefits apart from the monthly
allowance.
• Will have a formal development plan.

Applications: NB : All applications to be accompanied by a:
• Comprehensive CV.
• Certified copies of qualifications.
• Statement of results and.
• ID Copy and contact number.


Closing Date: 29 October 2018
Location: Pretoria

The South African Post Office is committed to the achievement and maintenance of diversity and equity in employment,
especially with regard to race, gender and disability.

How To Apply
If you wish to view vacancies, log on to www.postoffice.co.za and Click on Careers or Email your CV to:
Postbank.Careers@postoffice.co.za
Enquiries regarding the programme can be directed to:
Postbank.Careers@postoffice.co.za or call: 012 407 6819 or 012 407 7639.

Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only.

If you do not hear from the South African Post Office or its Agent within 3 months of this advertisement, please accept that
your application has been unsuccessful.

The South African Post Office Limited reserves the right not to fill this position or to re- advertise the positions at any time.

Freedom of Information Programme Intern at SAHA 2018

SAHA seeks to appoint a Freedom of Information Programme Intern to be based at SAHA offices, Constitution Hill, Johannesburg.

About

Established in 1988 by anti-apartheid activists, the South African History Archive (SAHA) is an independent, nonprofit, activist archive committed to documenting, supporting, and promoting greater awareness of historical and, since 1994, contemporary struggles for justice and accountability.

Responsibilities:
  • Submit and track PAIA requests made of public and private bodies under PAIA
  • Assist in the delivery of SAHA’s PAIA training to NGOs, CBOs and local government
  • Provide administrative support, including at stakeholder meetings
  • Conduct research, as directed, into national and regional use of access to information
Requirements:
  • Hold a degree in law, politics, journalism or a related qualification that related to the work of FOIP
  • Have a demonstrable interest in human rights advocacy and constitutional issues and an interest in building a career in civil society in South Africa
  • South African citizen under 30 years of age
  • Recently graduated with no prior full-time work experience preference will be given to applicants who have not previously benefitted from an internship opportunity within a South African NGO
  • Ability to commit to the internship for six months
  • Be available to work on some Saturdays and after hours when there are workshops or events
  • Ability to plan, prioritise work, meet deadlines, and work independently
  • Systematic and thorough in their approach to work, with attention to detail
  • Competent with Microsoft Office software
Location:  Johannesburg

Closing date: Friday, 21 September, 2018

To apply, submit your application to recruitment@saha.org.za. The subject line of your email must include: FOIP Internship [your full name].
  • Two to three-page CV
  • Motivational letter (no more than 500 words)
  • Up-to-date contact details for at least two professional referees 
One-page letter of motivation (no more than 500 words) that addresses the following:
What is the purpose of Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000 (PAIA)?
What were the motivating factors behind the development of PAIA?
Provide an example of how you think PAIA could be used to support struggles for justice in South Africa.

Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.


Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Interviews will be conducted at the SAHA offices in Johannesburg
between 24 to 28 September 2018.

For more about the South African History Archive, refer to www.saha.org.za

SOURCE: NGO PULSE

Ipreo Learnership Opportunities 2018

The ILP is a career fast stream focusing on mobility, development and progression. You’ll be given the opportunity to shape the future of the Capital Markets and work with world class technology.



There are three main components to the ILP – Development, Mobility and Progression:

Development:
A two year Ipreo (by IHS Markit) Academy program with experience and
learning designed to stretch your thinking.

Mobility:
A new role every eight months during your first two years with full life cycle exposure within your stream.

Progression:
An accelerated promotion path. Part of the program will be to place you in a job you are not ready for but with the space to get things wrong.

Programme Streams
The ILP is designed for graduates.  We seek candidates with diverse backgrounds and ideas with a desire to learn and thrive.

The programme  will provide you with a variety of experiences to help you identify your strengths develop highly transferable skills and align you to a successful career path for a bright future at Ipreo (by IHS Markit).

Analyst – If you want to pursue a career in a client facing role including Sales, Account Management, Client Services, Product and Stock Surveillance this is the stream for you.

Desired Requirements for all Program Streams:
  • Bachelor’s Degree (Business Science, Finance, Economics etc)
  • Demonstrated passion or interest in the financial markets and a strong desire to work in the FinTech industry
  • Strong critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to learn and adapt quickly in a rapidly changing environment
  • Build strong working relationships in a collaborative setting

GP Dept of Social Developmemt Learnership Programme 2018

The Gauteng Department of Social Development offers exciting opportunities to suitable candidates who have passed Grade 12 for potential placement in our Learnership Programme [FETC Business Administration (Grade 12)].



IN ACHIEVING THE DEPARTMENT’S EMPLOYMENT EQUITY, PREFERENCE WILL BE GIVEN BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
Youth from all race and gender groups, inclusive of persons with disabilities Foster Children Orphans
Youth Related to Military Veterans
Child Headed Families

Successful learners will be expected to enter into a 12 month contract from 2018 and would be placed across the
Department.

Requirements
Certified Copies of ID
Proof of Residence
Certified copy of Grade 12
Certificate Detailed CV
Proof of income of person supportingapplicant and their ID
Court Order if applicant was a Foster Child Background report from a Social Worker iro Child Headed Families, Orphans and Foster Children.
Proof of relation to Military Veteran (i.e. card or letter and affidavit by veteran)

How To Apply
Applications:
Application Forms (Z83) for Learnership can be obtained from the Gauteng Department of Social Development’s Regional offices and Institutions


NB: No incomplete, faxed or emailed applications will be considered.

All applications should be submitted to the Departmental Regions and Institutions nearest to the applicant’s residential area
Enquries: 011 222 0065 / 011 555 7659 / 011 355 7967 / 011
355 7616