The learnership is a 12 month programme which will allocate successful candidates to the Finance area in the bank where they will be spending time applying their learning, when they are not formally or informally engaged in training activities. Candidates are given an opportunity to work towards a formal qualification in Banking as well as apply the necessary practical aspects of their learning. This means that at the end of the 12 month programme, learners will receive a National Certificate in Financial Markets & Instruments (NQF 6).
Successful candidates will be required to sign a fixed term employment contract as well as a learnership contract. They will not be paid a salary but will receive a learner allowance of R10 000 per month.
The candidate must:
- Be between the ages of 18-30
- Be able to speak, read and write English
- Have completed Matric and passed Mathematics and/Accounting and / Have completed a 3 year Financial Qualification
- Be computer literate
- Not be employed
- Not be studying at any other institution
- Not be registered on any other learnership
The Recruitment Process:
- Candidates will be required to complete relevant assessment
The following checks will be conducted:
- Register for Employees Dismissed (RED) checks;
- Credit and criminal record checks;
- Reference checks with previous employers;
- Verification of educational qualifications; and
- Proof of South African citizenship/South African residency/work permit.
Applications accepted until: 29th of Jan, 2016
Note: In line with the banks employment equity targets we will only consider black African graduates
Please note that all correspondence will be made via e-mail and if contact is not made with the applicant by 4th March 2016, consider the application as unsuccessful.