Thursday, 21 February 2019

PepsiCO Graduate Opportunity 2019

PepsiCO has an an opportunity gor a recent graduate to join their team as Insights Associate.



The Objective of that role to hire and develop internal insight talent, while developing him with various projects.

Duties:
  • Support building
  • Market & Category forecast Models
  • New Geography entry models
  • Support Insight team on AOP & PSP process, market understanding, trends, forecasting and modelling
  • Support Insight team on implementing key ESSA CoE projects
  • Search, find and propose new technologies, methodologies to improve current insight tools
  • Provide fact-based insights into competitor strategies, sales decomposition, and anticipated future initiatives
  • Build knowledge on innovation in Food & Beverages: Tracking comparative market performances of top MS companies’ launches by incorporating multiple data sources (retail panel, household panel and media) and transfer learning to the senior management (of R&D, brand & trade marketing and commercial teams) via periodic reporting.
  • Provide insight on macro indicators: Publishing commercial scorecard that sheds light on channel based category growth trends and relative performance of PEP with regard to overall macro snacks /CSD market.
  • Support senior level strategic decision making with insights based on continuous research in operating and potential categories and geographies interested to invest in.
  • Delivers/enables a rigorous situation analysis that integrates and interpret key external knowledge from advance analytics tool to identify key opportunities and threats and ground Annual Operating Plans and Innovation & Growth Plans
  • Deliver capability to forecast market & category growth and shares and leverage to guide SBP /AOP planning.
  • Take active role in key Insight projects to develop new skills to become future insight talent for PEP
  • Advanced ROI analytics across Trade and A&M (MMM), and embed to optimize future spending, for maximum return

Qualifications/Requirements

  • Tertiary Qualification in Engineering or Economics
  • Strong academic transcript - minimum of 60% average


Location: Johannesburg 


Senmin Internship Opportunity 2019

Senmin is looking to recruit a recent graduate for an Internship: Microbiology to work in Sasolburg.



Senmin supplies a range of chemicals used in the beneficiation of minerals.

Most of its products are utilised in the froth flotation and tailings treatment segments of the mining industry in South Africa, Southern Africa and further afield.

In addition, Senmin provides customers with value-adding expertise in the handling and dosage of its products.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
 • Assist in and/or carry out testing and evaluation of microbiological samples and raw materials in the lab.
• Learn and perform duties at other laboratories in the company when necessary for training.
• Assist in and/or carry out maintenance of Bio-fermentation related processes and procedures according to SHEQ management systems.

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE 
• Grade 12.
• Theoretical training for diploma in Microbiology.

COMPETENCIES 
• Attention to detail.
• Problem solving.
• Analytical thinking.
• Admin.
• Team work.



Sappi Human Resources Internship Opportunity 2019

Sappi has a Human Resources Internship for a recent graduate to join their company.



The intern will provide the incumbent with the neccessary skills and specific competencies to assist in executing activities across the designated region.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Assist with sampling and testing in the laboratory
  • Assist with calibration of laboratory equipment
  • Assist with Lignosulphonate testing for process investigations and product performance
  • Assist with the capturing of lab results and other adhoc administrative duties
REQUIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

  • Grade 12 / Matric
  • National Diploma Analytical Chemistry
  • No Experience required
  • Proficient in MS Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook)
Closing date for this application is 03 March 2019

Location: KZN

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Sappi is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment

without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Should you not have been contacted within 14 days of the closing date of this advert, please consider your application unsuccessful.

Future Nations Schools Internship Programme 2019

Future Nations Schools has an IsiZulu and English Language Internship Programme at Fleurhof Campus for 2019.



Purpose of the job of an Intern is to work alongside the classroom teacher/s or subject teacher to enhance the learning environment and program.

He/she establishes an effective rapport with students and other staff members. He/she collaborates regularly with the other members of the team to plan integrated units and learning experiences to promote the educational needs of all students.

The teaching partner should be familiar with all school procedures and with the school’s, Vision, Mission and Core Values.

Key responsibilities:
  • Assist the subject Teacher in the phase allocated in class under the supervision of the class teacher
  • Assisting in creating a learning environment where children develop their full potential and experience growth.
  • Work as a proactive team member
  • Identifies and works with students to support their needs on an individual and/or small group basis
  • Supervise students in and out of classroom activities during the school day
  • Participates actively in collaborative lesson planning sessions
  • Develops and maintains positive relationships with colleagues, students and parents
  • Assists with the general preparation and organization of supplies and teaching materials
  • Establish effective communication with colleagues, parents and students
  • Participate in curriculum and staff development initiatives as required
  • Assume the role of a class teacher in the absence of class teacher’s absence
Requirements:
  • A recognized Bachelor’s Degree studying towards a PGCE qualification or 4th Year BEd part-time Students and a provisional certification (SACE)
  • Competence in technology skills and willingness to learn more in this area
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Display enthusiasm, creativity and passion to teaching
  • Flexible and collaborative – team player
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills
  • Willingness to learning new teaching approaches
Interns will receive a monthly stipend.

To apply, please submit your CV and Motivational letter detailing and qualifications for the above position to the email address  to admin@sifiso.com.

Location: Fleurhof, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

Wednesday, 20 February 2019

Ditsela Media and Communications Internship Opportunity 2019

Ditsela seeks to appoint a Media and Communications Intern to be based in Johannesburg.



Ditsela is a worker education institute which provides relevant education, training and support to the trade union movement in South Africa.

Responsibilities:
  • Participate in developing and evaluating quality Ditsela publication materials
  • Assist in coordinating communication activities and events of the organisation
  • Assist in conducting events, information dissemination workshops, for Ditsela constituencies
  • Take lead in dissemination of communication materials to Ditsela stakeholders
  • Maintain documentation management system (hard copy and digital)
  • Support the maintenance of content to the Ditsela website
  • Coordinate content generation for the website with the programmes teams e.g. news stories, case studies
  • Coordinate Ditsela internal and external communications
  • Produce and manage the development of all Ditsela marketing and promotional materials working closely with Resource and Information Centre
Requirements:
  • Honours degree or a postgraduate in Communications, Public Relation or related field
  • Ability to work in a team and to sometimes tight deadlines in a dynamic and fast-paced work environment
  • Practical skills on Website designing and loading of content
  • Command of English
  • Knowledge of media production, communication, and dissemination techniques and method including alternative ways to inform and through written, oral, and visual media
  • Ability to communicate with people in and outside the organisation, representing the organisation to constituencies, the public, government, and other external sources
  • Ability to work with diversity
  • Website design
  • Critical thinking and problem solving skills

Opportunity closing date: Friday, 22 February, 2019



To apply, submit your CV and application letter to viwe@ditsela.org.za

Source: NGO Pulse Portal

For more about Ditsela Worker Education Institute, refer to www.ditsela.org.za

Ditsela Researcher / Facilitator Internship Opportunity 2019

Ditsela seeks to appoint a Researcher / Facilitator Intern to be based in Johannesburg.



Ditsela is a worker education institute which provides relevant education, training and support to the trade union movement in South Africa.

Responsibilities:
  • Undertake research associated with the development and implementation of new Ditsela programmes and/or research in the areas of:
  • Qualification and curriculum content development and material
  • Develop and assess Learning 
  • Community care workers and labour dynamics, as well as research that is relevant to the Ditsela constituencies
  • Ensure the facilitation of high quality research within the overall remit of the Ditsela overall strategy
  • Assist in aligning existing Ditsela’s education and learning materials to standards of accredited learning programmes in trade union education (also looking at non formal education)
  • Participate in designing and developing of quality education materials
  • Project manage various phases of the Ditsela’s course development life cycle including needs analysis, requirements gathering, course development, course and evaluation.
  • Design and apply appropriate assessment, moderation and verification tools
  • Develop, implement, Monitor and Evaluate systems in all areas
  • In collaboration with programme team coordinate the work of Junior researchers
Requirements:
  • Masters in Social Science, Education, labour relations or any related field
  • Ability to lead a project – (planning, coordination, communication and delegation skills are essential
  • Well-developed interpersonal skills to work with stakeholders from training institutions, programme staff and labour movement
  • Ability to function in a team
  • Initiative and ability to work independently
  • Ability to work with diversity
  • Critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Facilitation skills 


Opportunity closing date: Friday, 22 February, 2019
To apply, submit your CV and application letter to viwe@ditsela.org.za

For more about Ditsela Worker Education Institute, refer to www.ditsela.org.za

Source: NGO Pulse

The Haven Night Shelter Internship Opportunity 2019

The Haven Night Shelter seeks to appoint a Financial Management Intern to be based in Cape Town.



The Haven Night Shelter Organisation is a non-governmental organisation that works to help get the homeless to a home. The Haven Night Shelter Organisation’s method is to make temporary shelter, rehabilitation opportunities, social welfare services, family reunification services, physical care and support available to adult people living on the streets who are committed to reintegration.

Opportunity closing date:  Friday, 22 February, 2019

To apply, submit two pages CV and motivational letter to the HR Manager recruitment@haven.org.za application include:

  • Certified copy of Identity document
  • Certified copy of learner’s qualification certificate from the University or University of Technology
  • Only South African citizens can apply


The Haven Night Shelter Welfare Organisation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

If you don't receive a response from us within two weeks of closing date, consider your application as unsuccessful.

For more about the Haven Night Shelter Welfare, refer to www.haven.org.za

Source: NGO Pulse Portal 

Save the Children South Africa HR Internship Opportunity 2019

Save the Children South Africa has an HR Internship Opportunity 2019. The purpose of this role is to provide HR support to the HR director and the organization.



CHILD SAFEGUARDING STATEMENT: Save the Children South Africa has a zero tolerance towards the abuse and exploitation of children by any of our representatives, and we are equally committed to doing everything within our power to avoid unintended harm or accidents to children as a result of any of our activities.

Child Protection Level 3: The role holder will have contact with children and/or young people either frequently (e.g. once a week or more) or intensively (e.g. four days in one month or more or overnight) because they work in country programs; or are visiting country programs; or because they are responsible for implementing the police checking/vetting process staff.

KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY/ROLES and RESPONSIBILITIES

HR administration

  • Prepare files for the new employees
  • Update and maintain employee files
  • Ensure uniformity with all employee files
  • Assist the HR Director in preparing the Letters and Contracts of Employment

Induction & On-boarding

  • Prepare files for the new employee
  • Assist new employees to populate the generic on-boarding documents
  • Ensure that the new policies are in the files
  • Setup and coordinate inductions
  • New staff welcome emails

Recruitment
  • Sent out internal and external adverts
  • Assist managers in setting up and communicating interview dates
  • Assist HR Director in sending out letters of offer and rejection letters
Performance Management

  • Coordinates the annual review and prepare a report
  • File the reviews accordingly

N:B The employee will be required and expected to execute any lawful instruction given by the line manager or delegated person.

BEHAVIOR AND PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES (Living the Values)

Accountability:
Holds self-accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
Holds colleagues accountable to deliver on their responsibilities -- giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved.



Ambition:

  • Future oriented, thinks strategically and on a global scale
  • Focused on achieving external impact for the campaign

Collaboration:
  • Clear ability to understand other people’s perspective and address reasonable concerns and needs
  • Builds and maintains effective relationships with colleagues, members and external partners
  • Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to
  • Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength
Creativity:

  • Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
  • Willing to take disciplined risks

Integrity:

  • Honest, encourages openness and transparency; demonstrates highest levels of integrity

Ubuntu:

  • We endeavour to treat everyone with respect, empathy and compassion.

Passion:

  • We value passion, determination, perseverance and the sense of urgency. We believe in adopting a realistically positive and optimistic attitude towards everything we do because this inspires others to share the same outlook.

Learning:

  • We believe in creating a learning organisation in which staff members commit themselves to personal growth and, in so doing, seek and share knowledge and information.

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

  • HR Diploma or Degree communications.
  • Experience in using Microsoft Office ( Word, Powerpoint, Exel)

KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS

  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Organised and reliable.
  • Teamwork and cooperation.
  • Fair Knowledge of the relevant legislation relevant to HR

Opportunity closing date:  Monday, 25 February, 2019

Nature of Contract: 1 Years Fixed term contract
Reports to: HR & Support Services Director
Reporting to this post: None
Location/Base: Pretoria Office (Specify actual place)
Travel Requirements: Seldom national travel

To apply: Send yourapplication to hrmanager@savethechildren.org.za