Monday, 6 August 2018

Injini Africa's EdTech Incubator Internship 2018

Injini - Africa's EdTech Incubator is looking for an intern.


Location: Bandwidth Barn, Woodstock, Cape Town. Cannot be done remotely, limited option to work from home.

Employment status: Initially 4 week internship, finishing 14 September. Extension, and then even a permanent job, if you perform well.

Initial salary: R5k for initial 4 weeks. Possibility of pay rise if you stay longer.

Desired qualities: Highly conscientious, organised and orderly. Pro-active. Brings solutions not problems. Strong work ethic, calm under pressure, ‘can do’ attitude. Must be flexible and able to organise and attend evening events. Passion for education and alignment with our mission and vision essential.

Interested in performing a variety of tasks for our cohort companies with intelligence and flair, while accepting a lot of less exciting tasks with a good attitude and competence.

Desired background: Some previous work experience or a university degree helpful.

Qualifications: None essential.

Skills: High level English fluency, ability to use computer, office software etc essential. Familiarity with powerpoint and excel (or google equivalents) a bonus.

The role: Reporting to Head of Operations, Ruth Hattersley, Injini’s intern will pick up a range of admin tasks (booking flights, organising events, scheduling workshops, speaker liaison) as well as research and problems solving for cohort companies. Every day will be fast paced and involve different tasks, which will be pro actively dealt with in a flexible, timely and high quality manner.

Application process: Please send a 1 page CV to info@injini.co.za. The subject line of the email should be “APPLICATION FOR THE INJINI INTERNSHIP POSITION”

Deadline for applications: 10 August 2018

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