The SABPP was established in 1982, when the Board of the Institute of Personnel Management (as it was then) recognised that the IPM could not both train HR professionals and set the standards – it could not be the referee and the player. So the SABPP was set up as an autonomous body to be the standards and professional registration body for the HR profession. Over the 30 years, the SABPP has registered over 8 000 HR professionals at the various registration levels.
The SA Board for People Practices (SABPP) has been approached by an engineering company in Johannesburg to source an HR Intern for their HR Department.
We invite BCom HR/IP graduates who are interested to kick-start their HR careers in the business environment to respond to this opportunity.
The ideal intern should be a strong systems thinker, a team player with a good work ethic. A high customer orientation is key, as well as the ability to generate solutions.
A good understanding of a bottom-line approach to HR interventions, including cost-benefit analysis is of utmost importance.
The ability to develop into an HR business partner in applying the SABPP National HR Standards is an important consideration.
Attention to detail is a key requirement.
In line with its commitment to diversity and employment equity, the company seeks to offer this opportunity to an African female.
Please send your cover letter and CV to email@example.com.
Closing date: 30 April 2016. No late applications will be accepted.