27 October 2020

HSC PhD Research Intern Programme 2020

The HSC PhD Research Intern Programme in the HSRC provides the successful candidate with an opportunity to further develop their research expertise by working with research subject experts and project specialists. 

The research internship experience is intensive and seeks a mature individual who is able to work independently as well as part of a team. While appointee will be exposed to a wide variety of pro

Ref: HSC/PhD/10/20

Specification

In addition to being registered for a PhD degree in a recognised South African university and currently working on the PhD degree, the research intern is required to participate in all aspects of the research process as they work with other staff on different research projects.

Among other duties, the successful incumbent will participate in the following activities under supervision:

•The conceptualisation of projects;

•The formulation of research questions and writing of funding proposals;

•The submission of research proposals for ethical review;

•Implementation of research projects and policy dialogues;

•Collection and analysis of data;

•Write-up of research findings including research reports, conference presentations, policy briefs, and manuscripts for journal publication;

•Assist with project management and administration.

Requirements

•Have graduated with a Master’s degree and is already registered for a PhD in the Social Sciences/Humanities or a relevant field at an accredited tertiary institution in South Africa;

•The successful applicant must be a South African or South African after naturalisation

•Computer literacy including MS Office and appropriate software packages, including MS Excel, MS Access, SPSS or Stata or SAS;

•Good planning and organisational skills, including the ability to working well under pressure;

•Good communication skills (verbal as well as report writing);

•A sound conceptual grounding in a discipline and in quantitative or qualitative research methods;

•Be able to operate within very tight deadlines;

•Be prepared to work as part of multi-year, multi-institutional partnership projects between the HSRC, government departments, universities and other partners.

Please note the following:

•Ensure you use Google Chrome or Firefox from a computer or laptop, and not a cell phone

•Only your CV can be uploaded on the first page after you have registered/logged in.

•ALL OTHER DOCUMENTS can be uploaded on the “Document” tab on your profile

•Attachments must be less than 2 MB.

Closing Date: 13/11/2020

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Only applications that comply with the listed above requirements will be considered.

Closing date: 13th November 2020. We encourage applicants to submit prior to the closing date. If you do not receive any response from us within eight weeks, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Only candidates who are interviewed will be advised of the outcome of their application.

The HSRC reserves the right not to make an appointment.

Sol Plaatje Local Municipality Graduate Training Programme 2020

Sol Plaatje Local Municipality Graduate Training Programme will provide the successful graduate with experiential training that will result in the development of technical knowledge. 

The focus is on training to become registered professionals with the required professional body. The intern will be trained by Sol Plaatje Local Municipality for the duration of the contract. 

Candidates may apply for vacant posts as qualified professionals on completion of the training.

Interns will receive the following fixed stipends with no additional benefits: R216 000 – R252 000/a

Minimum Qualifications for Technician: National Diploma (Electrical Engineering) or a relevant Degree

Minimum Qualifications for Building Inspectors: Relevant 3-year tertiary qualification or National Diploma (Building) or a relevant Degree

Other requirements:  Code 08/EB Driver’s license  Ability to work under pressure

Key Skills and Knowledge: 

  • We are looking for a results-driven person, a team player who is customer focused 
  • Has knowledge of engineering principles and has an ability to apply this knowledge 
  • An ability to communicate (in writing and verbally) well at all levels 
  • A positive attitude 
  • An ability to plan and organise workloads effectively to enhance performance 
  • Willingness to work irregular hours
  • Computer Literate in MS Office.

Key Responsibilities: During the training, Engineering Interns will be expected to successfully demonstrate all proficiencies as determined by the respective professional bodies for the graduate development programme in the respective disciplines.

Preference will be given to applicants who permanently reside in the Frances Baard District Area. The programme is restricted to South African citizens only. Appointment will also be made in the context of Employment Equity Act. The programme is strictly for unemployed graduates.

Short-listed applicants may be subjected to competency assessment / or security clearance and will be required to produce original certificate.

Interested persons are requested to submit a Sol Plaatje application form, together with their CV’s and certified copies of qualifications and proof of residence to work@solplaatje.org.za or drop off in the application box between 08:00 and 12:00 on the 3 rd Floor, New Civic Building for Attention: Mrs M van Zyl.

Closing date for application will be: 13 November 2020 @ 12:00.

If you do not receive a reply within four (4) weeks of the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful.

The vacancy particulars stating which training programme and reference number must be correctly specified on the application form.

Applications received after closing date and time will not be considered.

Telephonic enquiries: Nabeelah Gool at (053) 830 6281, between 09:00 – 12:00 (Monday to Friday).

SEDA Finance Internship Programme 2020

The SEDA Finance Internship Programme is to provide appropriate and relevant work experience which is in line with the intern’s qualification.

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS 

 Claims processing

 Administration and support

 Reporting and Compliance

 Liaising with Internal customers

 Assets verification

 Procurement Administration

REQUIRED MINIMUM

EDUCATION 

 Matric (NQF level 4) and a three year tertiary qualification (NQF level 6) in Accounting, Cost and Management Accounting or Financial Management(NQF Level 6)

REQUIRED WORK

EXPERIENCE

 Not applicable – work experience exposure programme

CRITICAL COMPETENCIES 

 Communication 

 Business Acumen

 Planning and Organising

 Administrative Diligence

 Policy Adherence

 Basic Computer Skills

 Office Management

Closing Date: 27 October 2020

Location: Western Cape

To apply, please send your CV to recruitmentwc@seda.org.za. Please state the position you are applying for in the subject line.

The appointment of candidates is subject to the verification of all their credentials (employment history, educational, financial, criminal and any other checks as may be necessary). Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted, and if you have not heard from us within three months of submitting your application, please consider it unsuccessful.

SEDA Branch Administration Internship Opportunity 2020

SEDA Branch Administration Internship Opportunity is to provide appropriate and relevant work experience which is in line with the intern’s qualification.

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS 

 Manage Switchboard and Reception area

 Provide asset Management, implement effective filing system in the Branch including management of pool vehicle

 Provide administrative services and handle face to face enquiries from visitors

REQUIRED MINIMUM

EDUCATION 

 Matric (NQF level 4) and a three year tertiary qualification (NQF level 6) in Business Management or Secretarial diploma (NQF Level 6)

EXPERIENCE

 Not applicable – work experience exposure programme

Able to demonstrate

 Knowledge of secretarial duties

 Knowledge of MS Office packages

CRITICAL COMPETENCIES  Communication

 Business Acumen

 Planning and Organising

 Administrative Diligence

 Policy Adherence

 Basic Computer Skills

 Office Management

To apply, please send your CV to 

Location - Hermanus: recruitmentwc@seda.org.za 

Location - Capricorn: recruitmentlim@seda.org.za

Please state the position you are applying for in the subject line.

Closing Date: 27 October 2020

Stipend per Month: R4 000 

The appointment of candidates is subject to the verification of all their credentials (employment history, educational, financial, criminal and any other checks as may be necessary). Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted, and if you have not heard from us within three months of submitting your application, please consider it unsuccessful.

SEDA ICT Service Desk Internship Opportunity 2020

SEDA ICT Service Desk Internship Opportunity is to provide appropriate and relevant work experience which is in line with the intern’s qualification.

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS

 Define incident and service request classification schemes

 Record, classify and prioritise requests and incidents

 Verify, approve and fulfil service request

 Investigate, diagnose and allocate incidents

 Resolve and recover from incidents

 Close service requests and incidents

 Track status and produce reports

 First Line support

REQUIRED MINIMUM

EDUCATION 

 Matric (NQF level 4) and a three year tertiary qualification (NQF level 6) in Information Technology or Computer Science or Information Systems (NQF Level 6)

REQUIRED WORK

 Not applicable – work experience exposure programme

CRITICAL COMPETENCIES 

 Communication

 Business Acumen

 Planning and Organising

 Administrative Diligence

 Policy Adherence

 Basic Computer Skills

 Office Management

Closing Date: 27 October 2020

Location: Western Cape

To apply, please send your CV to recruitmentwc@seda.org.za. Please state the position you are applying for in the subject line.

The appointment of candidates is subject to the verification of all their credentials (employment history, educational, financial, criminal and any other checks as may be necessary). Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted, and if you have not heard from us within three months of submitting your application, please consider it unsuccessful.

Diplomat SA Internship Programme 2020

Diplomat SA Internship Programme is for TVET College to join a winning team committed to excellence. Develop and prove yourself in a challenging yet supportive work environment.

This is a 12 months Internship Programme for 2021 to be based in (Meadowdale) Gauteng.

If you have completed a qualification in the following fields from a reputable TVET College (or know someone):

• N6 in Information Technology

• N6 in Financial Management

• N6 in Electrical Engineering

Requirements:

• A completed Diploma in one of the listed fields

• 60% average pass mark

• Intermediate level of MS Office

Relevant T&Cs will apply.

Stipend: Market related

Applicants shouldn’t have completed an internship / graduate programme previously.

Closing Date: Tues 27th Oct 2020

Please submit the following documents to Floyd.M@diplomat-global.com:

• Updated CV

• Certified copies of:

• Completed Qualification

• Latest transcript

• Matric Certificate

• ID

• Driver's License (advantageous)

If you do not hear from us within 4 weeks of the closing date of this advert, please regard your application as unsuccessful.

26 October 2020

Wits RHI Counsellor Intern Opportunity 2020

Wits RHI Counsellor Intern will provide HIV rapid testing services and holistic HIV counselling and support to participants. 

Key performance areas

  • Prepare participants files prior to visits
  • Receive participant files for data capturing/data faxing
  • Completing data capture/data faxing
  • File participant documents according to protocol
  • Maintain and update participant files
  • Maintain an effective and efficient filing system
  • Distribute data and reports to relevant team members
  • Provide administrative support, i.e. copying, faxing, filing and archiving
  • Assist regulatory compliance officer with maintenance of regulatory files and printing of submissions for IRBs and SAHPRA.
  • Identify missing data, inconsistencies and errors and follow-up or report on missing data or errors
  • Compare data entered with source documents and make necessary corrections to information entered
  • Take ownership and accountability for tasks and demonstrates effective self-management.
  • Follow through to ensure that quality and productivity standards of own work are consistently and accurately maintained.
  • Maintain a positive attitude and respond openly to feedback.
  • Take ownership for driving own career development in attending training and development sessions and
  • relevant meetings.
  • Comply with Good Clinical Practice (GCP), Protocol requirements and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • Verify accuracy of data in source documentation and accuracy of transcription from source data to Case
  • Report Forms (CRF) as needed
  • Ensure errors on source documents e.g. CRF’s are corrected, initialled and dated (as needed)
  • Support the timely transmission/data faxing of relevant Case Report Forms following QC activity (as needed)
  • Ensure completion of corrective action of internal and external QC reports and monitoring reviews
  • Assist with staff training (and retraining) where error trends are identified

Required minimum education and training

  • Grade 12
  • Accredited certificate/training in performing fingerpicks & HIV tests
  • Accredited certificate in basic HIV counselling or equivalent qualification

Desirable additional education, work experience and personal abilities

  • Ability to write reports and to use Microsoft Office packages.
  • Fluency in more than one African language (especially isiZulu & Sesotho).
  • Experience working in a research related environment.
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and work towards deadlines.
  • Be a team player. Good interpersonal, communication and time management skills.

Required minimum work experience

  • Minimum 6 months experience in HIV Counselling would be advantageous
  • Experience with Contraceptive and Adherence Counselling would be advantageous
Location: Hillbrow

Closing Date: 28 October 2020

Should you be interested in applying for this vacancy, please send an email to vacancy4@wrhi.ac.za. The subject heading of the email must read DM0072 2020 and the job title of position applying for. 

Please include the following documentation:

• A cover letter (maximum one page) that clearly states which vacancy you are applying for

• A detailed CV 

In accordance with our Employment Equity goals and plan, preference will be given to suitable applicants  from designated groups as defined in the Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998 and subsequent amendments thereto.

Wits RHI Data Quality Improvement Internship Opportunity 2020

Wits RHI Data Quality Improvement Internship Opportunity will contribute to the provision of a comprehensive approach to quality improvement and systems management in clinical care. 

Key performance areas

  • Prepare participants files prior to visits
  • Receive participant files for data capturing/data faxing
  • Completing data capture/data faxing
  • File participant documents according to protocol
  • Maintain and update participant files
  • Maintain an effective and efficient filing system
  • Distribute data and reports to relevant team members
  • Provide administrative support, i.e. copying, faxing, filing and archiving
  • Assist regulatory compliance officer with maintenance of regulatory files and printing of submissions for IRBs
  • and SAHPRA.
  • Identify missing data, inconsistencies and errors and follow-up or report on missing data or errors
  • Compare data entered with source documents and make necessary corrections to information entered
  • Take ownership and accountability for tasks and demonstrates effective self-management.
  • Follow through to ensure that quality and productivity standards of own work are consistently and accurately
  • maintained.
  • Maintain a positive attitude and respond openly to feedback.
  • Take ownership for driving own career development in attending training and development sessions and
  • relevant meetings.
  • Comply with Good Clinical Practice (GCP), Protocol requirements and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • Verify accuracy of data in source documentation and accuracy of transcription from source data to Case
  • Report Forms (CRF) as needed
  • Ensure errors on source documents e.g. CRF’s are corrected, initialled and dated (as needed)
  • Support the timely transmission/data faxing of relevant Case Report Forms following QC activity (as needed)
  • Ensure completion of corrective action of internal and external QC reports
Desirable additional education, work experience and personal abilities
  • Experience working at various levels of data collection, developing and maintaining data systems, working
  • with qualitative and quantitative collection and analysis.
  • Thorough with good attention to detail.
  • Ordered and systematic with a tendency to adhere to protocols.
  • Good administrative skills are required together with proficiency in Microsoft Office and database packages.
  • Able to work to deadlines.
  • Demonstrated data capturing speed and accuracy.
  • Confidentiality, tact and discretion must be maintained at all times.
  • Sound interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Self-motivated, able to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team.

Required minimum work experience
  • Minimum 6-12 months experience working with data quality systems and/or data capturing would be advantageous
Location: Hillbrow

Closing Date: 28 October 2020

Should you be interested in applying for this vacancy, please send an email to vacancy4@wrhi.ac.za. The subject heading of the email must read DM0071 2020 and the job title of position applying for. 

Please include the following documentation: 
  • • A cover letter (maximum one page) that clearly states which vacancy you are applying for
  • • A detailed CV 
In accordance with our Employment Equity goals and plan, preference will be given to suitable applicants from designated groups as defined in the Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998 and subsequent amendments thereto.