Wednesday, 24 April 2019

15 X NHLS Internship Opportunities 2019

The National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) is offering exciting opportunities (15 posts) to take
part in a 1-year administration learnership programme for People with physical Disabilities
commencing May 2019.



The learnership will be based in the various NHLS regional offices: 
Gauteng, KZN, Limpopo/Mpumalanga, Free State/North West, Western/Northern Cape and Eastern  Cape.

During this period, the individuals will attain practical experience through on-the-job coaching and  mentoring.

They will also receive a learnership stipend. No accommodation or transport will be  provided.


Requirements: Valid Matric and a diploma /relevant qualification in any of the following areas; human resources , finance, communication, administration and IT
• South African citizenship
• Excellent communication skills in English (written and verbal)
• Computer Literacy is an advantage
• Strong customer orientation

CLOSING DATE: 31st April 2019

Interested persons who meet the requirements are invited to send their concise CV’s, certified
copies of ID and qualification together with the attached checklist form to email address
transformation@nhls.ac.za.



Please indicate your preferred location of the post as reference number.

Applicants must ensure that their applications have been received.

Due to inherent job and operational requirements, the applicable pre-employment screening and relevant qualification verifications will be performed on successful candidates.

Acceptance into the programme will be informed by the current NHLS infrastructure for
accommodating people with disabilities and correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only.

If you have not heard from the NHLS within 2 months of the closing date, please accept that
your application was not successful.

The NHLS is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer; therefore, Employment Equity
targets will guide the filling of positions.

South African Tourism Internship Opportunity 2019

South African Tourism has two Marketing Internship Opportunities for recent graduate at their offices in Sandton.



At South African Tourism, we are committed to building a better South Africa and we  believe in investing in our youth as future leaders.

Our Graduate Internship Programme is
an intensive cross functional programme which offers unemployed South African graduates
opportunities to gain hands-on work experience in the Tourism Sector.



Eligibility:
  • Any Graduate, up to 35 years old who has completed a minimum of 3 years
  • tertiary studies
  • Requires Work Experience to complete their tertiary studies and with no previous internship programme experience.
What to expect: Exposure to the broader Tourism business, involvement in real business
projects, engagement with various stakeholders in the sector, potential opportunity to train
in our international locations.

Ideal Profile
• Passionate about tourism and making a difference in South Africa;
• Eagerness to learn and embrace new challenges;
• Strong interpersonal, leadership and influencing skills;
• Good written and verbal communication in English;
• Ability to work independently as well as in a team;
• Cross functional interest;
• High energy with commitment towards high standards;
• Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.

Opportunities exists in the following business unit and field of study: Brand and Marketing Number of positions: Marketing 02
Location: Sandton
Duration: 12-24 Months



Should you be interested, please apply by emailing your CV to  brandmarketing@southafrica.net. 

The closing date for applications is 29 April 2019.

SA Tourism employs people with the highest level of integrity. Submission to the  appropriate pre-employment assessment is obligatory to be considered for the  internship.

Habitat for Humanity International Programme Operations Intern

Habitat for Humanity International seeks to appoint a Program Operations Intern to be based in Pretoria.



The objective of this internship is to provide an opportunity for the incumbent to gain work-based experience through exposure and involvement in Habitat for Humanity’s International Projects and also to provide exposure to a professional working environment while gaining knowledge and insight into the housing/human settlements sector. This position will be reporting to the Regional Program Manager.

Length of internship: 12 months, full time (4 days a week)

Terms of Reference for the Internship:

  • Under the supervision of the Regional Program Manager/s, the intern will be expected to focus on the following:
  • Conduct desktop research (internet-based) that will feed into a range of documents such as project proposals, country assessments, strategic plans, presentations and reports;
  • Read, analyze and present information for use in project reports or other strategic documents
  • Identify valuable program models (either unique or synergistic) that can be included on learning platforms across the region. These may be compiled through methodologies such as case studies. 
  • Undertake country follow up and monitoring of organizational or program-related submissions, reports and deliverables (engage national organizations on progress or required submissions)
  • Provide project management support on special projects with involvement in the full project management life cycle
  • Assist with the planning and logistics of any program-related meetings, workshops or other events.
  • Administrative support - assist with travel bookings, travel claims and other project administrative support tasks
  • Perform other tasks as assigned
Expected Outcomes:
  • At the end of the internship, the following outcomes are envisaged:
  • Completed reports, content papers, presentations and recommendations as tasked on different assignments
  • A noteworthy contribution made to the learning platform of EMEA
  • Experience and understanding of Habitat for Humanity’s program-related processes and systems, and enhanced skills in project management
  • Experience of a range of administrative processes in Habitat for Humanity
  • Insight and experience of working in an international Non-Profit Organization with a diverse team of people
  • Knowledge gained of the housing/human settlements sector
Essential Qualifications:
  • Graduate degree in a related field – Development Studies, Public & Development Administration, Project Management, Social Sciences or Housing & Human Settlements. A postgraduate qualification would be a definite advantage.
  • Have computer skills particularly MS Office, Power Point, MS Project and intermediate Excel skills.
Required qualities:
  • Must be well-organized, detail-oriented and be able to work well both independently and in a team environment. The person must enjoy research work and have a strong analytical mind. 
  • Must be enthusiastic, creative and self-motivated.
  • Should be willing to do administrative work. 
  • Readily listens to other perspectives and is open to learning.
  • Possesses excellent oral and written communication skills in English.
  • Asks questions to clarify and exhibits interest in two-way communication.
Other Relevant Information
  • Interns are urged to complete the full term of their internship and will accordingly receive a reference on successful completion thereof.
  • The intern must keep confidential any and all unpublished information made known during the course of the internship and not publish any reports or papers on the basis of information obtained except with the written approval and authorization of HFHI.
HOW TO APPLY:

Closing date: Friday, 3 May, 2019

Submit your CV along with a letter of motivation to emeahr@habitat.org

Kindly quote the title of the vacancy in the subject of the email.

HFHI is an equal opportunity employer and seeks to employ and assign the best qualified personnel for all our positions in a manner that does not unlawfully discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, gender, marital status, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, veteran/reserve national guard status, or any other status or characteristic protected by law.

Osborne SA Operations Internship Programme 2019

An opportunity at Osborn SA has arisen for an individual to apply the theoretical knowledge acquired through their Engineering studies in a Manufacturing environment.



The successful candidate will be based in the Operations Department and gain exposure in Manufacturing and Lean practices, SHEQ and Warehouse control. 

The company will align organizational requirements with the educational requirements to ensure successful completion of the programme.



Minimum Requirements:
• National Diploma in Mechanical or Industrial Engineering
• Driven Individual with good problem solving tools
• Innovative and Curious mind
• Good Leadership skills
• Basic MS Office
• ERP system knowledge would be advantageous



Closing Date: Fri, 26 Apr 2019

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

“We appreciate every job application. Due to high response rates to our adverts, we only liaise directly with short listed candidates.

If you haven’t heard from us in 4 weeks, please consider your application as unsuccessful.”

Tuesday, 23 April 2019

SASOL Youth Employment Programme 2019

SASOL has opportunities for unemployed who finished their Matric or recently graduated.



The main deliverables of the role is for the candidate to:
  • Gain practical work experience
  • Increase own understanding of the work involved in a particular field
  • Increase self-confidence
  • Comply with all Company policies and procedures

JOB REQUIREMENTS

Different exposure opportunities may be available in different geographic areas, as well as different business departments. Each area has specific qualification requirements. No experience is necessary. Some roles may require an additional functional- and fitness assessment, as part of the medical evaluation.

Other requirements
  • South African citizen
  • Between 18 and 29 years of age
  • Currently unemployed
  • Currently residing in our fence-line communities (proof of residence will be required)
Qualifications
  • Opportunities for Matriculants
  • Clerical/Administrative – local communities around Secunda, Sasolburg, Sandton

Opportunities for Operators:
  • Matric with Maths, Science and English – local communities around Secunda, Ekandustria, Nelspruit, Komatipoort, Rustenburg and KZN

Opportunities for Artisans:
  • Mechanical Fitters – Matric / full N3 with Maths, Science and English, PLUS trade qualified at NQF4 – local communities around Secunda
Opportunities for Graduates:

Qualification and an interest in the under-mentioned fields – local communities around Sandton, Sasolburg, Secunda, Witbank, Alrode and Rustenburg :

Engineering: Mechanical; Electrical; Civil; Chemical; Control and Instrumentation; Chemistry
Data and IT: Industrial Engineering; Analytics; Data Modelling; Statistics; Information Technology; Computer Science
Commercial: Supply Chain; Logistics; Accounting; Inventory Control; Materials Management
HR: Behavioural and Social Sciences; Industrial Psychology; Human Resources
SHE: Safety, Physiotherapy, Environment, Quality; Fire Engineering; Process Safety; Product Stewardship; Occupational Hygiene
Legal and Risk: Security; Auditing; Forensic; Governance; Compliance; Ethics
Marketing: Communication; Media; Graphic Design
Technical: Operations Management; Maintenance Planning; Project Management
Mining: Mining Engineering; Survey; Geology; Explosives; GIS
Real Estate: Property Development; Quantity Surveying; Town Planning

Competencies:

Leadership: Self-mastery – Takes accountability for driving own growth through developing self-awareness, reflecting, seeking feedback and self-correcting.

Functional / Technical: Functional skills and technical competencies may be required, depending on the nature of the role where the business considers placement of the YES-Learner.

The Process:

  • One application per person – once started, it must be completed within 48 hours
  • Interview(s)
  • Medical and fitness assessments
  • Security clearance
  • Qualification verification
  • Selection

How To Apply

Closing Date: 26 April 2019

Location: Sandton, Sasolburg, Secunda, Ekandustria, Nelspruit, Komatipoort, Alrode, Witbank, Rustenburg, and Kwazulu-Natal

Apply Online for the SASOL: Youth Employment Programme 2019 – tap on YOUTH OR SMS YOUTH to 33162

It will take a maximum of 12 sms’s at R1.50 each. Free sms/sms bundles do not apply.

Only Mobicell or SMS applications will be accepted.

Failure to provide Sasol with truthful information and valid documents will render your application null and void. If you are not contacted by us within 60 days after the closing date, regard your application as unsuccessful.

Disclaimer: Sasol will never request you to make any cash deposits/ payments as part of the recruitment process. If you suspect fraud, please contact your local SAPS.

Monday, 22 April 2019

Silverstar Casino Learnership Opportunity 2019

Silverstar Casino invites all unemployed matriculants between the age of 18-30 and who are interested in the Gaming industry to participate in the Slots Learnership.


The Learnership is open to all, however preference will be given to applicants residing in the West Rand Area.

This is a one year programme structured to enable learners to experience a classroom and practical learning. 

Learners who successfully complete the programme will receive a National Certificate in Gaming.


This certificate is registered with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) on NQF Lever 3 and is accredited by the Culture and Arts, Tourism Hospitality, Sports Sector Education and Training Authority.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
  • Be in possession of Matric Certificate (Maths or Accounting). 
  • Be able to communicate in English (verbal and written) 
  • Valid South African ID Age group 18-30 
  • Currently unemployed & Not in School or Tertiary Be prepared to work shifts
CLOSING DATE: 25 April 2019



Location: Mogale City

How To Apply

Your written application must include 
• CV (maximum 4 pages contactable references (with telephone numbers) 
• Covering letter telling us three reasons why you’re our top candidate job!

Email your application to: silverstar.careers@tsogosun.com

Saturday, 20 April 2019

Habitat For Humanity SA Finance Internship Opportunity 2019

Habitat for Humanity South Africa seeks to appoint a Finance Intern to be based in Pinelands, Western Cape.



Habitat for Humanity South Africa is nonprofit organisation breaking the cycle of poverty through participatory development, advocacy and awareness.

Salary: A Stipend of R 6 000 per month will be offered

The purpose of the position is to assist in data capturing and act as administrative support to the finance department.



Responsibilities:
  • Ensure adherence to the financial policies and procedures
  • Data capturing of financial and administrative information into the accounting and relevant systems
  • Effective administrative support to accounting staff
  • Provide support in the compilation of accurate and comprehensive financial reports
  • Liaise with all relevant stakeholders
  • Provide support in compliance with donor requirements
Requirements:
  • Required minimum education and training
  • BCom Accounting (Recent Graduate) or Financial Management or Equivalent
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office especially Excel
  • Must have a dynamic and compatible personality able to deal with donors and staff at all levels
  • Must be self-motivated, able to work independently and work as part of a multidisciplinary team
  • The environment may at times be busy and need excellent management skills and attention to details
  • May be required to work overtime
  • Communication skills (both written and oral) will be required


Closing date: Thursday, 25 April, 2019

To apply, submit a detailed updated CV to recruitment@habitat.org.za

Source- NGO Pulse Portal

Valid South African ID

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 there to.

Note that the applicants who do not adhere to the above criteria will not be considered for the respective position.

Habitat for Humanity South Africa will only respond to shortlisted candidates.

Candidates who have not been contacted within two weeks of the closing date can consider their applications to be unsuccessful.

For more about Habitat for Humanity South Africa, refer to habitat.org.za.

Friday, 19 April 2019

IBM SA Internship Opportunity 2019

IBM South Africa is looking for an intern to join the HR Operations team for four months. This is an intern position and all applicants must be registered full time students in the final year of study or fresh graduates in order to be considered.



Candidate has the responsibility for a process administration within a country across one or more assigned HR processes such maintaining and developing records; responding to requests; composing documentation; compiling summary reports; performing special projects, as appropriate.

Also the candidate will be learning to use specialized tools, techniques, procedures and processes and will be working within well-established procedures.



Requirements:
  • General Administration Skills.
  • Self-starter and team player.
  • Can communicate well
  • Great Organization Skills
  • Able to work with spreadsheets
  • Able to work methodically and systematically
  • Quick Learner
CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Affirmative Action and/or EE candidates will be given first preference as per our employment equity strategies.