Tuesday, 26 April 2016

Department of Military Veterans Internship 2016

The Department of Military Veterans (DMV) is inviting applications for a 12 month internship programme as a contribution towards skills development. The applicant must be between 18 – 35 years old. This is aimed at giving unemployed graduates an opportunity to gain experience in various skills areas. Interns will be placed within the Department of Military Veterans Head Office in Hatfield (Pretoria). It is therefore required that candidates have their own transport and accommodation. Note Candidates who have already participated in an Internship Programme in any Government Department will not be considered.
NB: Preference will be given to military veterans and their dependants only if they meet the prescribed requirement
Successful applicants will receive a monthly stipend of R5, 000.00

1. Labour Relations Interns (2 Posts) REF NO: DMV 12/04/2016
Requirements
Appropriate 3 year degree/diploma in the discipline for which application is made between 18 and 35 years of age Communication skills (verbal and written). Discipline/Area Business Management.

Responsibilities
The candidate must be able to presents employee’s position in contract negotiations, grievance arbitrations, and unfair labour practice hearings, compiles information and statistics on the economic proposals of both labour and management. Participates in meetings between labour and management to discuss and attempt to resolve issues of mutual concern, serves as resource for management training programs in labour relations. Maintains records, prepares reports and composes correspondence relative to the work and performs related work as assigned by the supervisor/manager.

2. Administrative Assistant Interns in the Office of the CFO & of the Director Financial (2 Posts) REF NO: DMV 13/04/2016

Requirements
A diploma or Degree in Office Management, Public Administration or equivalent qualification. The applicants must not have been exposed to work experience in their area of study or have participated in an internship programme in a government department.

Responsibilities
Provide secretariat support services by typing documents, take minutes during meetings. Compile and distribute agendas and minutes. Circulate and collect attendance registers during meetings. Receive and re-route incoming calls. Record and relate massages. Operate and ensure that office equipment is in good working order. Coordinate and schedule meetings. Coordinate the provision of refreshments and water during meetings. Follow-up with the supervisor regarding scheduled meetings and appointments. Manage the cancellation and rescheduling of appointments. Provide records management and filing services. Ensure the effective flow of information to and from the office. Receive and register incoming correspondence. File and safe keep documents in line with the file plan and other relevant regulations and practice. Register and distribute outgoing correspondence. Maintain the confidentiality of documents. Receive clients and visitors. Receive and seat visitors. Provide refreshments to clients and visitors where necessary. Respond to general enquiries of visitors. Manage the tidiness of the office. Provide administrative and logistical support services Order stationary for the office, serve as a chief user clerk and coordinate the procurement of Office supplies, computer consumables and stationary for the office. Check invoices for correctness and certify them for payment. Coordinate the payment of invoices. Make bookings for venues, accommodation and manage travel arrangements. Ensure the processing of S&T and overtime. Collate and compile reports and any other information as requested. Obtain the necessary signatures on documents. Scrutinise documents to determine actions. Manage the leave register and the submission of leave forms for the office. Monitor budget spending for the office in order to note under and over utilisation. Collect and coordinate all documents that relate to the budget and funding requirements. Shortlisted candidates will be required to complete practical assessment.

3. Financial Accounting Management Interns (5 Posts) REF NO: DMV 
14/04/2016

Requirements
A diploma or Degree in Financial Accounting, or equivalent qualification, the applicants must not have been exposed to work experience in their area of study or have participated in an internship programme in a government department.

Responsibilities
Provide clerical support in the administration of financial accounting management services by: supporting the administration of financial transactions in line with financial regulations and prescripts, provide clerical support in the verification and authenticity of payment vouchers. Provide support in the verification of supplier statements against commitments and disbursements reports. Administer payment of suppliers within the set time frame. File and safe keep payment and other related documents. Provide support in the collection and analysis of financial data and reporting thereof. Assist in the reconciliation of invoices and statements. Provide support in the development and the maintenance of income and financial statements of the association and keep records thereof. Provide support in the Administration of personnel payments. Assist in verifying the completeness of procurement documents and ensure that relevant signatures are appended.

4. Administrative Assistant Internss in Office of the Director-General (5 Posts) REF NO: DMV 15/04/2016

Requirements

A diploma or Degree in Office Management, Public administration or equivalent qualification, the applicants must not have been exposed to work experience in 33 their area of study or have participated in an internship programme in a government department.

Responsibilities

Provide secretariat support services by typing documents, take minutes during meetings. Compile and distribute agendas and minutes. Circulate and collect attendance registers during meetings. Receive and re-route incoming calls. Record and relate massages. Operate and ensure that office equipment is in good working order. Coordinate and schedule meetings. Coordinate the provision of refreshments and water during meetings. Follow-up with the supervisor regarding scheduled meetings and appointments. Manage the cancellation and rescheduling of appointments. Provide records management and filing services. Ensure the effective flow of information to and from the office. Receive and register incoming correspondence. File and safe keep documents in line with the file plan and other relevant regulations and practice. Register and distribute outgoing correspondence. Maintain the confidentiality of documents. Receive clients and visitors. Receive and seat visitors. Provide refreshments to clients and visitors where necessary. Respond to general enquiries of visitors. Manage the tidiness of the office. Provide administrative and logistical support services. Order stationary for the office, serve as a chief user clerk and coordinate the procurement of Office supplies, computer consumables and stationary for the office. Check invoices for correctness and certify them for payment. Coordinate the payment of invoices. Make bookings for venues, accommodation and manage travel arrangements. Ensure the processing of S&T and overtime. Collate and compile reports and any other information as requested. Obtain the necessary signatures on documents. Scrutinise documents to determine actions. Manage the leave register and the submission of leave forms for the office. Monitor budget spending for the office in order to note under and over utilisation. Collect and coordinate all documents that relate to the budget and funding requirements.

5. Human Resources Administration Interns (2 Posts) REF NO: DMV 16/04/2016

Requirements

A diploma or Degree in Human Resource Management, Psychology or equivalent qualification. The applicants must not have been exposed to work experience in their area of study or have participated in an internship programme in a government department.

Responsibilities
Handle the administrative process with regard to recruitment and selection, which includes advertising of vacancies, scheduling of applications, short listing, and interviews, prepare documentation to obtain approval for nominee’s appointment and prepare offer of employment. Maintain database which relates to recruitment practices. Administer contract appointments, secondments and lateral transfers between departments as well as higher salary offers. Give input to maintenance of and effective implementation of Human Resources policies. Contribute to the promotion of human resource best practice. Provide expert advice to management on matters regarding recruitment and selection.

For enquiries contact Mr Mailula on (012) 765 9442 or (012) 765 9355

How to apply

Closing date is 06 May 2016. Applications must be submitted on form Z83 (download here), obtainable from any Public Service Department, and should be accompanied by comprehensive Curriculum Vitae and certified copies of qualifications, service certificates, driver’s license and Identification Document.Please forward applications, quoting the relevant reference number, to The Director-General, Department of Military Veterans, Private Bag X943, Pretoria, 0001 or may be hand delivered at corner 328 Festival & Arcadia Streets, Hatfield, Pretoria, 0001.

Via – Department of Military Veterans

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