The Mvula Trust is the leading NGO in the rural water supply and sanitation field in South Africa, with a solid track record, high calibre staff and a network of relationships and partnerships with the major stakeholders in the sector.
The mission of the Mvula Trust is to improve the health and livelihoods of poor and disadvantaged South Africans using and maximising community-based approaches to facilitate delivery of integrated and sustainable water, sanitation and related services, while ensuring that people’s voices are heard.
Mvula is seeking to fill the following internship positions in our various offices. The potential interns must have the required qualifications as listed below:
Eastern Cape (East London, Mthatha and Barkely East)
Programme Administrator [x8] National Diploma or Degree in Administration or Project / Programme Management
Project Finance [x4] National Diploma or Degree in Accounting or Financial Management
Technical Project Intern [x4] National Diploma, B-Tech or Degree in Civil Engineering or Construction Management or Quantity Surveying or related Built Environment qualification
Institutional Social Development [x4] National Diploma / Degree in Social Sciences or Community Development
Project Finance [x1] National Diploma or Degree in Accounting or Financial Management
Programme Administrator [x1] National Diploma or Degree in Administration or Programme Management
Institutional Social Development [x1] Degree in Social Sciences or Community Development
Head Office (Midrand)
Finance [x1] National Diploma or Degree in Accounting or Financial Management
SCM [x1] National Diploma or Degree in Supply Chain Management or Logistics
Closing Date:11 January 2017
Applicants are invited to submit their applications, with a CV and a letter motivating why they would like to join the Mvula Trust internship programme, for the attention of the Human Resources Officer, by e-mail, to email@example.com. Applicants must indicate their preferred location(s) as part of their applications.
The Mvula Trust is committed to employment equity and is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants who do not receive any communication from the Mvula Trust within 30 days of submitting applications should consider their applications as having been unsuccessful.