Friday, 20 January 2017

Rhino Rates Capturing Internships Opportunity 2017

We are seeking two rates and data specialists to take up four to six-month internships in our product team. As an ideal candidate, you have an interest and some relevant experience in the tourism industry.

You will be in charge of capturing rates and supporting information from various travel suppliers in our reservation system, for our consultants to quote their clients.

Your role covers a broad range of responsibilities, which include but are not limited to the following:
  • Capturing rates accurately according to the rate sheets provided by our suppliers
  • Updating rates on a regular basis and (if required) calculating rates accurately
  • Working with our sales team to resolve rates-related challenges in daily operations
  • Working with the product team to maintain rates-related information
  • Ensuring that rates and supporting information have been captured correctly
  • Learning and understanding everything about rates within the travel industry
Benefits include:
  • The Rhino Cafe: Whether it’s the life-giving cappuccinos or sinfully satisfying meals, the chefs at Rhino Café are on hand to give you the fuel injection you need to keep going. Grab a bite to eat, drop in for a chat, or simply pass through to catch a glimpse of the latest game.
  • Compensation: We don’t ask our Rhinos to work for free! Every intern receives a salary of R3,000 per month.
  • Employment opportunities: We’re constantly evolving, which means that there are always new positions opening up.
  • Diverse culture: Rhino Africa is a fun, challenging, fast-paced place to work. We’re one big family. Interns are encouraged to soak up our culture and participate in social and community events.
  • Life-long learning: We understand the importance of our team members establishing themselves as leaders in their own right. We ensure that interns leave our offices with invaluable skills that will help them continue on their own paths to success.
  • Direct mentorship: Every intern is assigned a mentor to guide them through the programme. This mentor will lead individual workshops designed to develop your skills and knowledge. Our mantra is simple: The easiest way to improve is to learn from the best.
  • Online development courses: Online courses with will be offered to help our interns develop the precise range of skills they wish to focus on.


  • Matric exemption with excellent results in maths and science
  • Graduate of a reputable university
  • One to two years of experience in a data-orientated industry is preferred
  • You are motivated to complete specific tasks within a limited time frame
  • You work in an accurate and timely manner
  • You thrive in a high-performance environment
  • You have a sound mathematical understanding (of cost price, selling price, margin, percentages, etc.) and enjoy working with numbers
  • Previous experience with data capturing systems (such as TravelLogic or Globe Track) is a big plus
  • Numerically and analytically minded
Remuneration: R3000 per month Basic salary 
Location: Cape Town, Gardens
Education level: Diploma
Job level: Junior
Job policy: Employment Equity position, Disabled position
Type: 4-6 months

Preference will be given to PDI candidates.

Rhino Africa Tech Internship programmes 2017

At Rhino Africa, we develop ground-breaking technology that connects luxury African travel companies with an international clientele.

Our goal is simple: to seamlessly connect the luxury African travel market with those who wish to experience it, from anywhere in the world. This drive for innovation is spearheaded by our digital operations department. We are at the core of where travel and technology meet, forging a path of ground-breaking discovery involving the development of a wide array of technologies. From robust systems used daily by our consultants to customer-facing websites and interactive documentation - we strive to bridge the gap between our customers and our consultants.

To make sure that our innovations are in sync with the best and brightest young minds in the industry, we have created the unique Rhino Africa tech internship programmes. These four-to-six-month programmes are designed to inject fresh perspective, new ideas, and youthful energy into our ever-evolving workplace, while simultaneously helping interns develop their own skills and an understanding of how technological innovation works in the travel industry.

Tech internships are available in all of the roles listed below, offering opportunities in:

End user support
  • Interacting with our user base to understand the way the people work on our platform and to identify their problems
  • Assisting in creating and understanding end-user goals for our platform
  • Providing users with advice and solutions on how to get the most from the platform and solving any queries related to the platform
  • Logging and monitoring customer questions, issues and problems through to their resolution
  • Participating in creating quantitative and qualitative reports and presentations
  • Providing system users with positive feedback to their problems and striving to help system users become more confident using the system
Quality assurance
  • Performing regression, integration and system testing of functionalities and features
  • Writing detailed test cases, executing testing based on test cases, and testing ‘point of view’ (from the perspective of different users)
  • Documenting and tracking testing results, as well as log issues found during testing, through JIRA
  • Assisting the development team in debugging and replicating issues
  • Identifying problematic items early in the specification phase so that corrective action can be taken prior to development
Programming, testing and architecture development (PHP, JS, HTML, CSS)
  • Testing our code and IT products 
  • Designing automatic unit testing 
  • Developing basic architectures
  • Documenting processes along the way
IT product development
  • Creating product requirements and specifications of new functionalities and features while using a defined product document template
  • Working with the product development team and being actively involved in the prototyping phase of potential new features
  • Helping with the creation of mockups and wireframes with Lucid Charts
  • Participating in and contributing to concept development rounds, while also coming up with new solutions as part of the team
  • Working closely with system administrators to ensure data quality and integrity within the platform
  • Improving processes within the product development team by analysing and identifying inefficiencies and recommending solutions
Business process analysis
  • Writing internal process documentation – BPMN diagrams with Lucid Charts
  • Defining, measuring, and analysing new processes within the platform
  • Utilising continuous improvement best practices
  • Developing processes to accurately track performance within the platform
  • Conducting analysis and reporting on specific operational and efficiency issues
Product analytics
  • Analysing, crushing and mining massive amounts of data to extract useful insights to improve the platform
  • Working with our Business Intelligence team to identify and understand various data sources and to identify related data quality issues
  • Delivering regular reporting on key metrics and product release/change impacts 
  • Performing ad-hoc queries, developing and implementing metrics definitions as needed
  • Leveraging strategic thought to turn insights into actionable product deliverables
  • The Rhino Cafe: whether it’s the life-giving cappuccinos or sinfully satisfying meals, the chefs at Rhino Café are on hand to give you the fuel injection you need to keep going. Grab a bite to eat, drop in for a chat, or simply pass through to catch a glimpse of the latest game
  • Compensation: we don’t ask our Rhinos to work for free! Every intern receives a salary of R3,000 per month
  • Employment opportunities: we’re constantly evolving, which means that there are always new positions opening up
  • Diverse culture: Rhino Africa is a fun, challenging, fast-paced place to work. We’re one big family. Interns are encouraged to soak up our culture and participate in social and community events
  • Life-long learning: we understand the importance of our team members establishing themselves as leaders in their own right. We ensure that interns leave our offices with invaluable skills that will help them continue on their own paths to success
  • Direct mentorship: every intern is assigned a mentor to guide them through the program. This mentor will lead individual workshops designed to develop your skills and knowledge. Our mantra is simple: the easiest way to improve is to learn from the best
  • Online development courses: online courses with will be offered to help our interns develop the precise range of skills they wish to focus on
Remuneration: R3000 per month Basic salary 
Location: Cape Town, Gardens
Job level: Student
Job policy: Employment Equity position, Disabled position
Type: 4-6 months

Social Media/Community Manager - Internship 2017

 Are you a fresh-faced, young talent itching to expand your skills and become a social media mastermind? You might be just what we're looking for! Please note, this is a paid internship.

Optimal Online is looking for a creative, highly motivated self-starter, with impeccable writing skills, an eye for visual, meticulous attention to detail and an understanding of the social media landscape. The candidate must be able to use their initiative, working both independently and as part of a team. The social media intern will report to the social media manager.

Responsibilities include 
  • Social media community management
  • Writing and research
  • Proofreading
  • Reporting
  • Proactively coming up with new ideas and campaigns
  • Time management and multitasking skills – ability to prioritise and track time


  • MS Office
  • A thorough understanding of social media platform guidelines and policies
  • Good technical understanding and can pick up new tools quickly
  • Qualification: undergraduate degree/diploma (marketing, communications, English, media studies, copywriting)
Remuneration: Basic salary 
Location: Cape Town, De Bron, Durbanville
Education level: Diploma
Job level: Junior
Own transport required: Yes
Travel requirement: Occasional
Reference: #Socialmediaintern

Please consider your application unsuccessful should you not hear from us within 2 weeks.

Send your cover letter and CV to Kyle Davies: Closing Date: 23 January 2017. No late applications will be accepted. 

PR/Communications Internship Opportunity at Ringmistress 2017

We are looking for an intern to help out in a small, busy digital communications agency between now and mid-May.

This person will be exposed to a range of awesome clients and some cool events and will be tasked to assist with everything from office admin and database management, to making deliveries and assisting in some of the media centres we manage.

If you are a matriculant taking a gap year and interested in working in PR/marketing/communications, a student required to complete an in-service training period, or if you are a recent graduate looking for some actual practical experience (no, you won't be writing strategies), please contact us to discuss.


  • Impeccable attention to detail
  • A member of the grammar and spelling police
  • Strong work ethic
  • Willingness to pull up your sleeves and work hard, along with the team
  • Willingness to learn and follow direction
  • Excellent time management


  • HTML
  • Photoshop
  • Copywriting
  • Design
  • Excel
  • WordPress

Personal Skills/Attributes

  • Sense of humour
  • Self-starter
  • Can work independently
  • You must be able to make a mean cup of rooibos tea and convince us that sugar is evil
Remuneration:Basic salary 
Location:Cape Town, Hout Bay
Own transport required:Yes
Travel requirement:Occasional

Important: Please accompany your CV with an email (not a generic cover letter) that tells us more about what makes you tick, what you are passionate about, why you want to work in the communications field and how you overcame a personal/professional challenge. Any CV submitted without this will not be considered.

Also important: Impeccable attention to detail is non-negotiable. If your CV is full of errors, it will not be considered for short-listing.

Send your cover letter and CV to: Closing Date: 23 January 2017. No late applications will be accepted. 

Shoprite Call Centre Learnerships 2017

Shoprite invites applications for Mfin Call Centre Learnerships in Cape Town, Western Cape.

The MFin Call Centre Learnership Programme aims to develop Matriculants with no previous work experience.

Learners that successfully complete our program obtain a Help Desk Level 2 qualification. Our 12-month programme consists of classroom training and workplace experience to identify and understand customer needs, delivering first class inbound and outbound customer service and sales whilst remaining committed to treating customers fairly.
  • Grade 12 with Mathematics/Mathematical Literacy
Required Skills
  • Computer literacy – MS Office
  • Fluent in 2 South African languages
  • Attention to detail
  • Negotiation Skills
  • Time Management Skills
Essential Competencies
  • Relating and networking
  • Persuading and influencing
  • Presenting and communicating Information
  • Delivering results and meeting customer expectations
  • Following instructions and procedures
  • Adapting and responding to change
Desirable Competencies
  • Working with people
  • Coping with pressures and setbacks
  • Adhering to principles and values
Applications close on 20 January 2017.

Click here to apply online

75 X KZN Department of Arts & Culture Internship Opportunities 2017

The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Arts & Culture hereby invites applications for 2017/2018 internship opportunities that exist in the Department. Applications are invited from unemployed youth between 18-35 years of age, with relevant Degree/National Diploma qualifications. Successful interns will be expected to enter into a 12 month contract.

Interns will receive a monthly stipend of about R 4900.

Opportunities are available in the following fields of study (Please note that the DAC number is the Reference):
  • Executive Support – Public Management, DAC/01, Pietermaritzburg (2 Posts)
  • Human Resources Management & Development – Operations Management, DAC/02, Pietermaritzburg (1 Post)
  • Human Resources Management & Development- Human Resources Management, DAC/03 Pietermaritzburg (4 Posts)
  • Archives – Archival Studies or History or Political Sciences, DAC/04, Pietermaritzburg (2 Posts)
  • Archives – History, DAC/05, Pietermaritzburg (2 Posts)
  • Archives – Archival Studies or History or Political Sciences, DAC/06, Durban (Repository) (2 Posts)
  • Archives – Public Management, DAC/07, Durban (Registry) (1 Post)
  • Archives – Archival Studies or Public Administration or History or Political Sciences, DAC/08, ULundi (2 Posts)
  • Museum Services – Anthropology or History and IsiZulu, DAC/09, Pietermaritzburg (Out Reach) (1 Post)
  • Museum Services – Tourism or Heritage Studies or Fine Arts, DAC/10, Pietermaritzburg (Nkandla-Qhudeni) (1 Post)
  • Museum Services – Tourism or Heritage Studies or Fine Arts, DAC/11, Pietermaritzburg (Harry Gwala District) (1 Post)
  • Museum Services – History or Anthropology or Fine Arts, DAC/12, Pietermaritzburg (Collections Management) (2 Posts)
  • Museum Services – Public Management, DAC/13, Pietermaritzburg (1 Post)
  • Museum Services – Photography, DAC/14, Pietermaritzburg (1 Post)
  • Museum Services – History or Research, DAC/15, Pietermaritzburg (Research Unit) (1 Post)
  • Phansi Museum – Museum or Heritage Studies, DAC/16, Durban (1 Post)
  • Library Services – Information Technology (IT), DAC/17, Pietermaritzburg (IT Section) (1 Post)
  • Library Services – Public Management, DAC/18, Pietermaritzburg (IT Section) (1 Post)
  • Library Services – Library & Information Science, DAC/19, Pietermaritzburg (IT Section) (1 Post)
  • Library Services – Library & Information Science, DAC/20, Pietermaritzburg (Research & Planning) (1 Post)
  • Library Services – Library & Information Science, DAC/21, Pietermaritzburg (Midlands Depot) (1 Post)
  • Library Services – Library & Information Science, DAC/22, Pinetown (Coast) (2 Posts)
  • Library Services – Library & Information Science, DAC/23, Mbazwana (3 Posts)
  • Library Services – Library & Information Science, DAC/24, Ndumo (1 Post)
  • Library Services – Library & Information Science, DAC/25, Dundee (2 Posts)
  • Library Services – Public Management, DAC/26 ,Pietermaritzburg (Acquisition) (1 Post)
  • Northern Region – Fine Arts or Drama or Music, DAC/27, Ulundi (3 Posts)
  • Western Region – Arts, DAC/28, Ladysmith (3 Post)
  • Western Region – Public Management, DAC/29, Ladysmith (1 Post)
  • Auxiliary Services – Public Management, DAC/30 Pietermaritzburg (Fleet Management & Support) 4

  • Arts Development – Drama or Music, DAC/31, Pietermaritzburg (Performing Arts) (1 Post)
  • Arts Development – Fine Arts or Visual Arts, DAC/32, Pietermaritzburg (Non-Performing Arts) (1 Post)
  • Arts Development – Public Administration, DAC/33, Pietermaritzburg (2 Posts)
  • Culture Development-  Cultural or Heritage Studies, DAC/34, Pietermaritzburg (2 Posts)
  • Regional Office Management (ROM) – Public Management, DAC/35, Pietermaritzburg (1 Post)
  • Corporate Strategy – Public Management, DAC/36, Pietermaritzburg (3 Posts)
  • Corporate Strategy – GIS or Geography and Environmental Management or Town Planning, DAC/37, Pietermaritzburg (1 Post)
  • BAT Centre – Fine Arts, DAC/38, Durban (1 Post)
  • Eastern Region – Arts, DAC/39, Durban (3 Posts)
  • Language Services – Language, DAC/40, Pietermaritzburg (3 Posts)
  • Southern Region – Arts or Culture, DAC/41, Pietermaritzburg (3 Posts)
  • Budget and Accounting Services – Finance, DAC/42 Pietermaritzburg (2 Posts)
  • Communication & Information Technology – Journalism, DAC/43, Pietermaritzburg (1 Post)
  • Communication & Information Technology – Journalism (copywriting), DAC/44, Durban (1 Post)
  • Communication & Information Technology – Graphic Design, DAC/45, Durban (1 Post)
  • Communication & Information Technology – Photography, DAC/46 Pietermaritzburg (1 Post)
  • Communication & Information Technology – Information Technology (Networking), DAC/47, Pietermaritzburg (3 Posts)
  • Internal Control & Risk Management – Internal Auditing or Accounting, DAC/48, Pietermaritzburg (1 Post)
Closing date is 05 February 2017.

Applications should be submitted on form Z83 (download here) obtainable from any Public Service Department, stating the reference number, and should be accompanied by a formal covering application/motivational letter, curriculum vitae, proof of residential address, certified copies of qualifications (National Senior Certificate & 3 years qualification) and a certified copy of identity document. Note: Only Graduates who have not previously taken part in any internship programme are invited to apply.Applications should be sent to the following address: The Deputy Director: Human Resources Utilisation and Capacity Development: Mr. N.Z. Hlongwa, Department of Arts and Culture, Private Bag X9140, PIETERMARITZBURG 3200 or hand-delivered to 171 Boshoff Street, PIETERMARITZBURG 3201.
Enquiries should be directed to Mr. B.M.E. Dube (033) 341 3675 or Mr. M.I. Ndlovu (033) 341 3629.Note: Preference may be given to applicants who reside near places where training posts exist.

Parmalat Gradate Programme 2017

This 24 Month Graduate development programme is designed to actively develop young talent for future roles in the business. In depth knowlege and skill will be developed on the job primarilly by subject matter experts in the relevant field.

Cross-functional working is encouraged by means of various projects as determined by the business.
The following Graduate Vacancies will be available:
  • HR Graduate – Degree (Industrial Relations);
  • Manufacturing Graduate – Degree (Food Science);
  • Quality Graduate – Degree (Food Science);
  • Engineering Graduate – Degree (Mechanical or Electrical Engineering);
  • IT Graduate – Degree (BI and or Analytics);
  • Sales/Customer Marketing Graduate – Degree with Commecial subjects;
  • Marketing Graduate – Degree in Marketing (Marketing Management);
  • Finance Graduate – Degree in Finance (Management Accounting);
  • Research and Development – Degree in Food Science or Packaging;

Duties & Responsibilities

Our Graduate Development Programme equips students (predominately PDIs) from a tertiary institute with practical experience in a particular discipline, subsequently ensuring that Parmalat has a sustainable pool of talented and professional resources.

Apply Online

Thursday, 19 January 2017

UNCDF Internship Opportunity 2017

UNCDF is the UN’s capital investment agency for the world’s 49 least developed countries. It creates new opportunities for poor people and their communities by increasing access to microfinance and investment capital. UNCDF focuses on Africa and the poorest countries of Asia, with a special commitment to countries emerging from conflict or crisis.

Making Access Possible (MAP) is a multi-country initiative to support financial inclusion through a process of evidence-based analysis feeding into a financial inclusion roadmap jointly implemented by a range of local stakeholders.  MAP offers a powerful platform to encourage private sector investments in expanding financial inclusion, by supporting critical market data-driven investment decisions and setting up an enabling environment that will incentivize those investments.  MAP has also proved to be a critical complement to public policy for many developing countries, who recognize that it has become a prerequisite for reaping the benefits of other policy objectives including education, health, and poverty eradication.

Duties and Responsibilities

Data analysis and recommendations
  • Analyze data from the 15 countries participating in the Making Access Possible programme;
  • Identify common thematic areas;
  • Present findings and recommendations to the MAP Global Programme Advisor.
Identify financial inclusion indicators and define methodology
  • Research and identify new data indicators for financial inclusion;
  • Define methods of data collection and document the methodology;
  • Present indicators and methodology to the MAP Global Programme Advisor.
  • Excellent research, analytical, communication, and writing skills;
  • Strong quantitative data analysis skills;
  • Experience working collaboratively in a team structure in a multicultural environment;
  • Ability to work under minimum supervision and tight deadlines;
  • Able to take initiative and work independently;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills;
  • Respect for Diversity;
  • Highest standards of integrity, discretion and loyalty;
  • Strong commitment to and enthusiasm for the mission of UNCDF and the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, in particular, SDGs 1, 8, 9, 10 and 11.
Required Skills and Experience

  • Enrolled in a Master’s Programme in International Development. 
Desired Experience:
  • Demonstrated experience, part or full-time, paid or volunteer, in:  Microfinance; Inclusive Finance or related fields of Finance; Mobile Money; Technology for Development; Policy Development; or Research and Advocacy, particularly in the least developed countries.
  • Excellent computer capabilities (Word, Excel, Power Point);
  • Fluency in English; proficiency in French is desirable;
  • Excellent writing skills in English.
Applicants must be enrolled in a Master’s Programme in International Development at a graduate school (second university degree or higher) at the time of application and during the internship (if a candidate is graduating before the internship period begins, they are no longer eligible); or
Pursuing their university/college studies, having completed at least four years of full-time studies at a university or equivalent institution towards the completion of a degree, if pursuing their studies in countries where higher education is not divided into undergraduate and graduate stages.

Work Arrangements:
  • The intern will work full-time in the UNCDF Making Access Possible Programme office in Sunninghill, Johannesburg, South Africa;
  • The intern will report to the MAP Global Programme Advisor;
  • The intern will have access to a computer; 
  • Interns are not financially remunerated by UNCDF;
  • The costs associated with the internship must be borne by the nominating institution, related institution or government, which may provide the required financial assistance to its students; or by the student, who will have to obtain financing for subsistence and make his/her own arrangements for travel to and accommodation at the duty station;
  • The intern shall provide proof of medical and life/accident insurance valid for the location in which the internship will be carried out.

UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.

Atlas Copco Logistics Internship 2017

Atlas Copco South Africa, a world leading supplier of industrial productivity solutions, will be hosting a Logistics Intern at our Distribution Centre in Jet Park, Boksburg.

We are looking for a passionate and talented individual who is currently unemployed and is studying towards a Logistics Qualification.In-service training for a minimum of 6-months MUST be a pre-requisite for completion of said qualification

Educational requirements
Candidates who have not yet graduated and are studying towards their National Diploma or Bachelor of Commerce in Logistics will be considered

Personality requirements
Only candidates between the ages of 18 - 35 who are currently unemployed will be consideredMust be a South African CitizenMust be available immediatelyCandidates must have good communication and computer skills, be a team player and have a passion for self-development

Additional information
Your application should consist of:Latest copy of your CVAcademic RecordA short motivation on why you should be considered for the programme (not less than 300 words)

Country and city description
This position is based in Jet Park, Boksburg

Send Application To:
Last date to apply:  2017-01-30

Company presentation
Atlas Copco is a world-leading provider of sustainable productivity solutions. The Group serves customers with innovative compressors, vacuum solutions and air treatment systems, construction and mining equipment, power tools and assembly systems. Atlas Copco develops products and service focused on productivity, energy efficiency, safety and ergonomics. The company was founded in 1873, is based in Stockholm, Sweden, and has a global reach spanning more than 180 countries. In 2015, Atlas Copco had revenues of BSEK 102 (BEUR 11) and more than 43 000 employees. Learn more at

Claims Administration Learnership at RGA 2017

Reinsurance Group of America (RGA) invites applications for a Claims Administration Learnership based in Cape Town. 

The Administration team is looking for a self-motivated individual who is eager to learn about the insurance and reinsurance industry, and administration of individual and group business to be trained as an Intern for a 12 month period.

RGA is one of the largest global life and health reinsurance companies. With operations in 26 countries, we support our clients and partners around the world with innovative approaches and customized solutions. RGA entered the South African life insurance market in 1999 and has since built on a core competency of facultative underwriting to include actuarial services, product development, and claims management.
  • To assist with the coordination of all incoming claims documentation and management of the workflow
  • Perform basic processing of claims on the group and individual operating system
  • Assist with adhoc project work and cleanup of data
  • Matric Certificate
  • Excellent communication skills – Written and Verbal
  • Sound knowledge of Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Good attention to detail
  • Good mathematical grade
Click here to apply online

Tellumat Graduate Opportunity 2017

Tellumat provides innovative technology, services and solutions in ICT, Defence, Energy, and Transport.

We would like to offer experiential training for Electronic / Electrical Engineering students at our Air Traffic Management Division in Pretoria.


  • Studying towards a National Diploma in Electronic / Electrical Engineering (Light Current)
  • Must have completed S4 (Proof to be submitted)
  • Must have completed RF Modules (Proof to be submitted)
  • No colour blindness
  • Must be a South African Citizen
  • Computer literate (Ms Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • A valid unendorsed Driver’s licence recommended
  • Willingness to travel
  • Willingness to learn and gain workplace experience
Recommended Competencies / Skills include inter alia:

  • Conscientious with a strong focus on quality and attention to detail
  • Analytical and good at problem solving
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Good interpersonal communication skills – both verbally and written
  • Flexible; innovative; proactive; accountable and responsible individual
  • Willingness to learn and be a team player
  • Able to take and follow work instructions
 Expectations / Learning Outcomes include inter alia
  • Fault finding to component level
  • To adhere and maintain the required health & safety and quality standards
  • Performing all delegated work in accordance with relevant company standards and procedures
  • Complete all documentation pertaining to delegated tasks as required
  • To attend to all documentary requirements related to the P1 & P2 needed to obtain and complete formal qualifications

Closing Date: 28 February 2017

Location: Pretoria

Should you meet the requirements and wish to be considered an applicant for this position; you are invited to e-mail your application in sequence of listed requirements (Refer to 1 – 6 below) to Jenny de Villiers on

 Your application therefore needs to consist of the following in order to be considered:
  1. Cover Letter with reference to study field (Eg: Electronic Engineering);
  2. Comprehensive CV;
  3.  Letter from the Training Institution to confirm your status to commence on practical training;
  4.  Proof of completed S4;
  5. Proof of completed RF Modules; and
  6. Proof of academic record (academic results). Correspondence will only be with short-listed candidates.
Employment Equity will be considered when making the appointment

Toyota Internship Opportunity 2017

Our internship programme exposes graduates to global best practices in the world of vehicle manufacturing, an opportunity to work in multidisciplinary teams, lead projects, while ensuring that Toyota’s role in society preserves our environment for future generations.

Leading The Way

The Toyota internship programme is our flagship human capital initiative aimed at fulfilling our future leadership needs.

What We Look For

Graduates who are creative, analytical, who enjoy being challenged, identify themselves as pioneers that have the ability to drive and lead progress and possess excellent academic achievements are invited to apply.


  • Bachelor’s Degree [BComm / BComm Honours]

Other Areas

  • Engineering [Electrical / Industrial / Mechanical / Mechatronics]
  • Finance [Management Accounting]
  • General Commerce
  • Human Resources
  • Information Technology
  • Marketing
Closing Date: 24 January 2017
Location: Durban

Apply Online