Saturday, 21 July 2018

ICT Graduate at FIC 2018

The purpose of the Graduate Development Programme is to assist the incumbent to develop an understanding, practical skills and competencies required in the Information and Communication Technology disciplines.



Key Performance areas include:

During the two year programme the graduate will gain experience and be introduced to the various sections within the ICT business unit in order to gain practical experience in all the business areas covering aspects of ICT security, Service Desk, ICT Operations, ICT Development and ICT Testing.

Technical Duties:
  • Assist with planning and implementing security measures to protect computer systems, networks and data
  • Monitoring and daily checks
  • Reporting
  • Troubleshooting & Maintenance
  • Reporting
  • Test execution
  • Defect Management
  • Provide technical assistance and support for incoming queries and issues related to computer systems, software, and hardware.
  • Respond to queries either in person or over the phone.
  • Ensure performance, integrity and security of a database.
  • Involved in the planning and development of the database
Education, Skills and Experience
  • A matric or NQF level 4 equivalent is essential
  • National Diploma or a Bachelor’s Degree in IT or equivalent is essential
  • 0 – 1 working experience
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Visio is preferred

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

LLB Graduate Programme 2018

Are you (without any assumption or prejudice) a Law Graduate (construe according to the principles, regulations and requirements of a Tertiary Academic Institution, [read University]) seeking a career/profession/occupation/calling/employment/job/position/post in the Short-Term (for the avoidance of any doubt) Insurance Industry (including, but not limited to Insurance business/trade/field)?


Do you have an LLB and a keen eye for detail?
Are you assertive?
Do you enjoy working under pressure?
  • If you have answered yes to all of the above then we would like to consider you for a role in our Insurance Claims Division where the job purpose is to co-ordinate and oversee, manage, negotiate and settle claims. 
  • You will have to carefully assess the validity and quantum of claims and ensure that correct decisions are made on all aspects of the claim and in this way contribute to company profitability. 
  • You will be accountable for the end-to-end finalisation of the claim. 
  • At times you will also be expected to assume responsibility to manage the process and resolve any conflict by negotiation, settlement and finalisation.
To qualify for this job you will need a matric, a completed LLB and steely eyed determination.

Essential/Basic Qualifications
Matric (NQF 4)
LLB


CLICK HERE TO APPLY

RCL HR Internship 2018

A vacancy exists at RCL Foods-Milling HR Internship in Pretoria.



Respons
  • To provide quality human resource compliance and administrative support to human resource clients.
  •  Responsible for maintaining satisfied clients by delivering assistance and administrative support on various projects. 
Requirements
  • BCom HR
  • Must be highly Analytical
  • Major Subject: Accounting
  • South African citizen or permanent resident
  • 60 – 65% average minimum (all subjects, across all years of study)
  • Computer Literacy (MS Office, including Excel and Word)
  • Excellent Communication skills 
Duties & Responsibilities
  • Develop a current knowledge of HR Laws and Regulations.
  • Keeps abreast of new developments in the HR field.
  • Develops a working knowledge of HR information database and searchable resources.
  • Track progress, deadlines and priorities of all projects.
  • Responsible for all meeting and travel arrangements.
  • Manage the pre employment process.
  • Maintain a satisfied level of customer service with clients both external and internal.

Budgeting and Programming Intern at World Food Programme 2018

The primary role of this position is to provide first level technical support for efficient planning, monitoring and analysis of pipeline and project financial performance to enhance optimal use of financial resources.



Under the direct supervision of the Regional Budgeting and Programming Advisor and the overall guidance of the Budget and Programming Officer, the Budgeting and Programming Intern will be responsible for:

1. Contribute to the review of budget plans, monitoring and analysis of project financial performance and make recommendations in compliance with WFP financial policies and procedures and best practices to support financial analysis and optimisation of resources.
2. Provide basic analysis on fund and grant balances and refer to the supervisor discrepancies, to support maximum fund utilization and decision-making process.
3. Contribute to pipeline management facilitating efficient monitoring to prevent and address pipeline breaks and maximise operational effectiveness.
4. Enter accurate data in the corporate systems within the established deadlines, to enable easy access to information and support planning and decision-making.
5. Compile data and provide basic analysis, maintain accurate records and files and prepare periodic and ad hoc reports for further reviews, to support accuracy and efficiency of information presented to internal and external stakeholders.
6. Maintain communication with a number of individuals regarding project funds management matters and related processes to clarify any discrepancies and optimise use of funds.
7. Provide guidance and on-the-job training to other staff in budget planning, fund management and operational planning, to support continued development and consistency in services delivered.
8. Follow standard emergency preparedness practices, to ensure WFP is able to quickly respond and deploy needed resources to affected areas at the onset of the crisis.
9. Other duties as required.

STANDARD MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Currently enrolled and have attended University courses in the last 12 months inclusive of having completed at least two years of undergraduate studies or have recently graduated in the last 12 months in Human resources or related field
Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point);
Fluent in English
A bachelor’s degree or National Diploma in Finance, Supply Chain, Procurement or related field

TERMS AND CONDITIONS
  • Interns receive a monthly stipend from WFP
  • WFP is not responsible for living expenses, arrangements for accommodation, necessary visas and related costs.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS

Duration of internship: 6 months
Closing Date : 07 August 2018.

Friday, 20 July 2018

GCIS Internship Programme 2018

Government Communication and Information System would like to invite qualifying graduates to apply to
participate in an Internship programme in the 2018/2019 financial year.


The internship is meant to providework exposure to eight (8) graduates for a period of twelve (12) months. Applicants must be unemployed and
never participated in an internship programme previously. Placement in the organisation after the
programme is not guaranteed.

POST 29/05 : INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: GRAPHIC DESIGN-REF NO: 3/1/5/1-18/7
Directorate: Media Production

SALARY : Stipend: R5000 per month (12 months-contract)
CENTRE : Pretoria (Hatfield)
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate National Diploma (NQF level 6) or three (3) year Degree (NQF level
7) or equivalent qualification in graphic design as recognized by SAQA. 
Skills and knowledge: Strong design skills and thorough knowledge of reprography and printing, good organisational and communication skills. The applicant must have ability to work under pressure, willingness to work overtime, ability to meet
deadlines, ability to multi-task and manage priorities in a fast-paced environment.
The applicant should be highly motivated with an eye for detail.
Job Knowledge: The applicant must be proficient in the use of an Apple Macintosh computers, must
be proficient in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign (Web, 3-D skills andanimation are a bonus) and must have the ability to develop creative and
innovative design concepts.
ENQUIRIES : S R Sekhu. Tel No: (012) 473 0254
NOTE : Applicants are required to submit a portfolio on a compact disc or email to
Rachel@gcis.gov.za (not bigger than 3MB. )

POST 29/06 : INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: BROADCAST JOURNALIST REF NO: 3/1/5/1-
18/8
Directorate: Media Production (Video Unit)

SALARY : Stipend: R5000 per month (12 months-contract)
CENTRE : Pretoria (Hatfield)
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate National Diploma (NQF level 6) or three (3) year Degree or
equivalent qualification in Broadcast Journalism or Journalism, as recognized by
SAQA. 
Skills and Knowledge: good writing skills, interviewing skills,communication skills, have confidence in front of a camera “on air presence”,
excellent listening skills. The applicant should have an interest in current affairs and news. The applicant should have the ability to work in a team and function
independently and be able to work under pressure to meet deadlines. The applicant must be proficient in English as well as in the use of an Apple Macintosh
computer. The candidate should adhere to the code of conduct as prescribed bythe SA Media Law.
ENQUIRIES : Ms C Ludick. Tel No: (012) 473 0048
NOTE : Applicants are required to submit a portfolio of evidence on a flash drive or DVD.
Short-listed candidates will be subjected to a practical test.


POST 29/07 : INTERSHIP PROGRAMME: MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION MONITORING
REF NO: 3/1/5/1-18/9
Directorate: Policy & Research

SALARY : Stipend: R5000 per month (12 months-contract)
CENTRE : Pretoria (Hatfield)
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate National Diploma (NQF 6) or three (3) years Degree (NQF 7) in
Media Studies, Communications, Journalism or equivalent qualification, as recognized by SAQA. 
Skills: Computer literacy including Microsoft writing,
presentation, internet searches, use of databases and electronic dissemination of products. Applicants are required to possess communication and basic computer skills. 
Skills and Knowledge: Basic understanding of planning, monitoring and research tolls. Applicants are required to possess problem solving and critical
thinking skills. Ability to work independently and within a team. Ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines. Good verbal and written communication skills and basic computer skills.
ENQUIRIES : Ms S van der Westhuizen Tel No: (012) 473 0294

POST 29/08 : INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: CLUSTER COORDINATION AND CAMPAIGN
MANAGEMENT REF NO: 3/1/5/1-18/10
Directorate: Cluster Communication - Social Sector and Governance &
Administration Clusters

SALARY : Stipend: R5000 per month (12 months-contract)
CENTRE : Pretoria (Hatfield)
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate National Diploma (NQF 6) or three (3) years Degree (NQF 7) in
Communications, Public Relations, Public Administration, Journalism or Project
Management, as recognized by SAQA. 
Skills: Good interpersonal, communication
(written and verbal) and computer literacy. Proactiveness with an ability to work
independently and apply a sense of urgency in completing assigned tasks.
Solution orientated and innovative. Fair understanding of project management and
government communication system. Competencies: Logical, analytical and creative thinking. The applicant should have ability to work under pressure and
with a team.
ENQUIRIES : Ms T Bogopa Tel No: (012) 473 0299

POST 29/09 : INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT REF NO:
3/1/5/1-18/11
Directorate: Supply Chain Management

SALARY : Stipend: R5000 per month (12 month-contract)
CENTRE : Pretoria (Hatfield)
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate National Diploma (NQF 6) or three (3) years Degree (NQF 7) in
Public Management / Administration/ Logistics Management/ Public Finance /Accounting/ Purchasing Management or relevant qualification as recognized by SAQA. Fair understanding of Supply Chain Management processes. Skills:
Communication, writing and computer literacy (Ms Word and Ms Excel). Flexibility
and willingness to adjust to changes in the work environment. Ability to work under
pressure and willingness to work irregular hours. The application should be able
to work independently and have innovative thinking. The applicant should be client
service orientated.
ENQUIRIES : Mr L Mahloromela. Tel No: (012) 473 0151
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POST 29/10 : INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: MEDIA ENGAGEMENT REF NO: 3/1/5/1-18/12
Directorate: Media engagement

SALARY : Stipend: R5000 per month (12 months-contract)
CENTRE : Pretoria (Hatfield)
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate National Diploma (NQF 6) or three (3) years Degree (NQF 7) in
Media Studies, Communications, Journalism or equivalent qualification, as
recognized by SAQA. Skills: Communication (verbal and written), Computer skills
including use of Microsoft, presentation, internet searches, use of databases and
electronic dissemination of products. The applicant should have an interest in
current affairs, understand media analysis, news and general knowledge. The
candidate should have the ability to work in a team and function independently and
be able to work under pressure to meet deadlines.
ENQUIRIES : Ms T Modubu. Tel No: (012) 473 0101

POST 29/11 : INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT REF NO: 3/1/5/1-
18/13
Directorate: Strategic Planning, Performance Monitoring and Reporting

SALARY : Stipend: R5000 per month (12 months-contract)
CENTRE : Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate National Diploma (NQF 6) or three (3) years Degree (NQF 7) in
Public Administration, Business Administration, Social Sciences or Risk
Management, as recognized by SAQA. Applicants are required to possess
communication and basic computer skills. Skills and knowledge: Basic
understanding of planning, monitoring and research tools. Applicants are required
to possess problem solving and critical thinking skills. Ability to work independently
and within a team. Ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines. Good verbal
and written communication skills and basic computer skills.
ENQUIRIES : Mr M Mkhize. Tel No: (012) 473 0376

POST 29/12 : INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS REF
NO: 3/1/5/1-18/14
Directorate: Information Management Systems

SALARY : Stipend: R5000 per month (12 months-contract)
CENTRE : Pretoria (Hatfield)
REQUIREMENTS : An appropriate National Diploma (NQF 6) or three (3) years Degree (NQF 7) in
Information Technology specializing with System Development or Approaching, as
recognized by SAQA. Skills: Problem solving skills; System Testing; Good
communication (written and oral) and good interpersonal, good logical, analytical
thinking skills. The applicant should have fair understanding of project
management; Relational Database concepts and experience in SQL server or MS
Access. The applicant should be a fast learner on Information Systems. Some
experience in system development according to the System Development Life
Cycle (SDLC) will be an added advantage.
ENQUIRIES : Ms C Chen. Tel No: (012) 473 0043



NOTE : Applications must be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the internet at www.gov.za/documents. The completed and signed form Z83 should be accompanied by a recently updated, comprehensive
CV as well as originally certified copies of all qualification(s) and ID-document. The certification must be within three (3) months. Should you be in possession of a foreign qualification, it must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). Applicants who do not comply with the above-mentioned requirements, as well as applications received late, will not be considered. Failure to submit all the requested documents will result in the
application not being considered. No faxed, copied or e-mailed application will be considered. Where a driver’s license is essential, such a license should be
attached. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted within three (3) months after the closing date of this
advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. “The successful candidate must disclose to the DG particulars of all registrable financial interests, sign a performance agreement and employment contract with the DG within three months from the date of assumption of duty and obtain a top secret security clearance”. All appointments are subject to the verification of educational qualifications, previous experience, citizenship, reference checks and security
vetting. Following the interview and technical exercise, the selection panel will
recommend candidates to attend generic managerial competency assessment.
(Criminal record, citizenship, credit record checks, qualification verification and employment verification).

Auditions: The Win a Home Designer Challenge 2018

The home decor show Win a Home returns to SABC3 this September and the search is on for creative duos to take on the challenge of decorating three, new penthouse apartments.



The series has gone through various transformations of its own since it first started in 2014, changing from being a stand-alone show to inserts on Afternoon Express.

This time round the series returns to being a show of its own and will broadcast on Thursday nights at 19h30, starting on 20 September 2018.

The format for 2018

The show will be based in the Western Cape, with three Design Duo contestants decorating three identical penthouse apartments at the Paardevlei Lifestyle Estate in Somerset West to compete for a grand prize of R100 000.

Three of South Africa’s top home d├ęcor magazine editors will give inspiration and direction to each duo. Each of the three design pairs will be assigned a magazine title, who will guide them through the design process. Each magazine will do a spread on their Design Duos.

Who is the show looking for?

The show wants passionate designers, who have less than five years professional experience and who want to make their mark in the interior design industry.

Designers can enter with anyone they know so if you're a designer, you could enter with a friend, colleague, sibling, parent etc.

Important to note: at least one of the duo must hold a tertiary degree in design or a related creative field (i.e. architecture, fine art, product design, interior decoration, interior architecture, fashion design, art direction and similar fields).

Important must-knows for the Design Duos

You need to be over 18 to enter.

One of the duo must hold a valid South African driver’s license and have their own transport.

Both must be permanent, legal residents of South Africa.

Contestants must reside in Cape Town or be able to relocate to reside in Cape Town, as well as transport themselves to the development in Somerset West, for the duration of the competition.

They must be able to make themselves available full time for the duration of the Designer Challenge from 13 August to 10 December 2018.

How to apply

To apply you can e-mail the following info to winahome@cardova.tv:

1. A photo of yourself and your design partner (it can be your mom, uncle, brother, sister, friend, boyfriend, husband, wife etc.)

2. 10 images in a PDF or Word document design portfolio of design work you have done in the past (mood boards, previous projects, plans, designs and so on)

3. An A4 mood board that is representative of your design style.

4. A short cover letter and bio including your names, ages, city you live in, what makes you unique, your hobbies and passions and contact phone numbers and e-mail addresses.

Application closing date: Friday, 27 July 2018 at 12h00.

You'll find the Terms and Conditions on the show's website here: Ts & Cs

What to expect after you apply

The production team will contact selected contestants for an on-camera audition.

The prize

The winning Design Duo will win R100,000.

Viewers will be able to enter a competition while the show airs and the winner will win one of the penthouses at the end of series - a penthouse of their choice. Each apartment will be valued at over R3-million once decorated.
SABC2's small town talent contest Showville has been renewed for a second season and the search is on for original acts from South Africa's small towns.



The format remains the same as the first season. If you aren't familiar with it, this is the official description:
The series travels to small towns for a three-day audition to search for original variety acts.

On Day One, the series coaches/presenters host open auditions. Performers of all types are welcome to strut their stuff and share their stories. At the end of the day, the coaches select the four acts they feel will put on the best show for the town. These are The Finalists.

On Day Two, coaches begin their mentorship of each finalist in preparation for the big show, in between juggling their real jobs, their families and their nerves.

Day Three brings the final competition, presented at a well-known town venue in front of a live, local audience. Now it's all up to the performers' fellow citizenry - including friends, family, co-workers and neighbours - to choose the winning performer.

The winner receives R10,000 and a glittering trophy signifying that they are the star of their town.

Some things change for Season 2

The series was hosted and coached by Rob van Vuuren and Bontle Modiselle in Season 1 and this season the hosts are dancer, choreographer and actress Lorcia Cooper and TV presenter and voice artist Morena ‘The Squire’ Sefatsa.

Who is Showville looking for?

The series is looking for any entertaining, unsual or quirky acts. Anything from juggling, magic tricks, unicycling clown acts, comedy shows, contortionism, belly-dancing, gymnasts, speed-crocheting or whistling.

Of course you can sing and/or dance too - but these aren't the only acts the show's looking for.

The auditions

The first batch of auditions for Season 2 were held in February this year and the second batch are happening as we speak.


The audition towns

These are the towns the show will be auditioning in over the next two months:

Louis Trichardt (Makohado) - 19 July 2018
Tzaneen - 23 July 2018
Phalaborwa - 26 July 2018
Lydenburg (Mashishing) - 30 July 2018
Sabie - 02 August 2018
White River - 6 August 2018
Baberton - 9 August 2018
Ermelo - 13 August 2018
Piet Retief - 16 August 2018
Volksrust - 20 August 2018
Standerton - 23 August 2018
Bethal - 27 August 2018

How to audition

If you live in one of these towns, all you need to do is arrive at the venue and perform your act.

Audition must-knows

- Only people aged 16 and over may audition.

- Only South Africans - or those with SA permanent residency - can audition. You need to take your ID to the auditions. The show's talent catchment area is approximately within a 50km radius of a venue.

- Acts can be from 1 person to 4 people maximum.

- Don't wear any branded clothing to auditions - or subsequent shoots, should you be selected as a finalist.

- Audition slots are 90 seconds each.

- The results of all the auditions will be final and the coaches won't get involved in debates.

- Audition and Registration starts at 10h30 and closes at 14h00 and includes pre-screening. Final auditions will be between 14h00 and 17h00, whereafter the four finalists are announced at 18h30.

- All those who audition must be available to attend the finalist selection at 19h00 on the same day. Four finalists will be chosen from the auditioned acts.

- Finalists must be available for the next 2 days to attend coaching sessions and other filming sessions.

- Finalists must allow the crew to visit them at their homes and, if they work, possibly at their places of work.

- If there are too many people who arrive for the auditions, senior members of the production team will do pre-screening auditions. Given time and capacity constraints, the number of applications may also be limited by the producers without prior warning.

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You can stay up to date with what's happening with the auditions on the show's Facebook page here: Showville SA

Thursday, 19 July 2018

Auditions: Soweto TV seeks dynamic current affairs presenter

Soweto TV is on a search for a dynamic, new presenter to host a current affairs show on the channel.

Who are they looking for?

Someone with a journalism degree or qualification in a relevant field.

Someone who has a knack for current affairs and the news.

You need to be well read.


Ideally you should be 25 or older.

How to apply

You can e-mail your CV and qualifications to the channel on this address: auditions@sowetotv.co.za

Closing date for applications: Friday, 20 July 2018.

BMW Internship Programme 2018

A one year contract to fulfil the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) guidelines and register as a Biokineticist at the end of 2019.



Fulfilling the outputs in a Corporate and Industrial Biokinetic centre, within a Multi-disciplinary Occupational Health Centre setting by doing physical assessments, physical rehabilitation and preventative education.

Job Outputs:

  • Working on a shift roster: either 05h00 – 13h00 or 14h00 – 22h00 (Production dependent).
  • Conducting screening tests amongst production and non-production associates.
  • Conducting physical assessments on clients.
  • Rehabilitation of clients e.g. writing of individual programs and assistance.
  • Actively participating in managing the Biokinetic center.
Ad hoc travelling to Midrand and Vehicle distribution center as per project requirement.

Qualifications and experience
  • B.A Human movement science with honours in Biokinetics or
  • B.Sc. Human movement science with Honors in Biokinetics or
  • B. Tech Human movement science with honours in Biokinetics.
  • BKS number from HPCSA.
  • Computer literacy.
  • Rotational experience at variety of practices during post grad year.
  • Presentation skills.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Administrative skills.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY