Monday, 27 January 2020

Robben- Island Museum Internship Opportunity 2020

Archives Intern X 5 positions are available in the Heritage department at Robben- Island Museum. The purpose of the job is to ensure that Heritage Assets are properly cared for in accordance with Collections Management Policy, and accounted for in accordance with the Standards of Generally Recognized Accounting Practice on Heritage Assets (GRAP103).



Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Ensuring GRAP 103 compliance;
  • Conducting verification process of Heritage Assets;
  • Assisting in monitoring movement of collections;
  • Assisting with accessioning and processing of new collections;
  • Monitoring of the conditions of collections – report any deterioration to coordinators;
  • Assisting with preservation tasks under the supervision of Archivists;
  • Assisting with the development of metadata and entering the data onto the Atom Database.


Qualification, Experience and Technical Skills:

  • Degree/Diploma in Finance, Heritage Studies, Library Science, History, Art or other relevant studies or equivalent;
  • Ability to work under pressure;
  • Knowledge or experience in database work would be an advantage;
  • Attention to detail and accuracy very important;
  • Team worker;
  • Good communication skills.

How to Apply
Forward a detailed CV, accompanied by Certified Copies your ID and Qualification Certificates as well as Contactable Referees, to recruitment@robben-island.org.za or by no later than 30 January 2020.


Note: If you do not hear from us within 30 days, please consider your application unsuccessful. Please note your attachment should not exceed 10MB.

RIM is an EE, AA, employer and reserves the right not to make an appointment if the suitable candidates are not found.

Oracle Internship Programme 2020

Oracle is committed to hiring Top Talent in our Internship Programme and to developing and mentoring individuals to meet their potential and reach their career goals.  We are looking for dynamic, high performing individuals who thrive on the challenge of working in a fast moving environment and who have a passion for technology and how it can help businesses succeed.



What we are looking for:
  • Bachelor’s degree/MBA, preferably in the IT field.
Skills:
  • Proven ability to effectively communicate, both written and verbally.
  • A high level of energy, drive, enthusiasm, commitment, self-belief and achievement-orientation.
  • Negotiation and persuasion skills and an overall business oriented mindset.

Your responsibilities:
  • Actively develop a depth of product knowledge in the designated Oracle Cloud range: PaaS and  DBaaS with focus on Oracle Autonomous offering
  • Shadowing your team and specified groups in order to increase experience and knowledge.
  • Develop awareness of all relevant competitive products on the market.
  • Attend sales meetings and is actively involved in the sales cycle, in order to address the business needs and to best position Oracle’s Autonomous portfolio.
  • Learn how to present and articulate Oracle Autonomous products’ strengths relative to competitors’.
Detailed Description and Job Requirements 
  • This job code is utilized for the majority of our temporary hires. The individual is performing hourly job duties as defined under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
CLICK HERE TO APPLY 

As part of Oracle's employment process candidates will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment screening process. This will involve identity and employment verification, professional references, education verification and professional qualifications and memberships (if applicable).

CATHCA Internship Opportunity 2020

CATHCA seeks to apppoint a Communications Intern to be based in Johannesburg. The purpose of the position is to support a small, energetic and vibrant team based in Johannesburg. The successful candidate will support communications related activities including maintaining the website and overseeing social media messaging.



About 
CATHCA is a registered non-profit organisation founded in 1987. CATHCA envisions a world in which even the poorest individual has access to good quality and compassionate health care. Their mission is to support and strengthen an evolving health care network of members serving the poor and marginalised, in collaboration with others. CATHCA is the associate body for health of the Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference (SACBC). It was founded in 1987 to support then-existing Catholic hospitals, serving as a voice for them, providing opportunities for networking and capacity-building, acting as a resource for government health policy, guidelines and strategy and sharing information on health issues. It continues to play this role for Catholic healthcare organisations and individual Catholic health workers throughout the region today.

Requirements:

  • Excellent and proven English writing and editing skills
  • Prior experience in design, development and maintenance of websites
  • At least Matric pass; diplomas or certificates in web design and graphic design will be an advantage

To apply:

Please motivate your application by sending an email to jane.sutherland@cathca.org describing why you are interested in this opportunity and also attach your CV listing two  contactable referees.


Opportunity closing date: Friday, 7 February, 2020

Please Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted - If you have not received a response within two weeks, your application was most likely unsuccessful.

For more about the SA Federation for Mental Health, refer to http://cathca.org/.

IRD SA Administration Officer Internship Opportunity 2020

Interactive Research and Development South Africa has a position for an Administration Officer Intern who will be a member of Finance and Administrative team based in Pretoria office and will work with the Procurement and Administration Officer and Finance Officer at Head Office in Johannesburg on tasks related to the daily management of the office and directly reports to the Finance and Administration Manager.



About
Interactive Research and Development South Africa (IRD SA NPC) is a South African Section 21 not-for-profit entity and an affiliate of Interactive Research and Development Global (IRD Global), and has fully operational offices in Johannesburg (Gauteng) and in Durban (KwaZulu-Natal).

Major Duties / Responsibilities: 

  • Provide administrative support as directed by Finance and Administration Manager to management team, Technical Team Leader, activity managers and other technical staff on the LON project.
  • Ensure adequate stock of stationery, refreshments and cleaning materials.
  • Ensure that administrative documents are reviewed and approved by appropriate staff.
  • Screen all calls for the Technical Team Leader. This will include the initial screening of calls, the accurate taking and passing on of messages and the correct redirection of calls where another member of staff may be able to assist the caller.
  • Coordinate project meetings, which may include internal and external participation. Schedule with all participants, prepare and distribute meeting materials, take meeting minutes, coordinate follow-up activities, etc.
  • Book internal venues and make catering arrangements; if necessary, ensure that relevant materials and equipment are available in the venue.
  • Track all domestic and international travel of project staff. 
  • Provide reception and support, including answering the telephone.
  • Maintain the office calendar so that all internal office events are recorded and meeting rooms booked.
  • Provide clarifications and advice on IRD SA procurement procedures and practices; respond to queries about the status of delivery raised by initiators and about payment and other matters raised by the suppliers;
  • Perform a wide range of office support, for events and workshops contributing to the efficient and effective management of the administrative and procurement activities;
  • Assist project staff with all professional administrative procedures including processing requests for visas, procedures, etc.);
  • Assist the project staff with all travelling procedures: mission orders, flight tickets, booking of hotels, processing of expenses claims, etc.;
  • Manage filing and archiving of administrative and technical documents and update registers regularly
  • Maintain a proper and systematic archive system
  • Maintain office Petty Cash
  • Perform other tasks as required.


Required Experience / Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Administration or its equivalent
  • 1 years of administrative experience in a research, public health, or medical environment. Or an equivalent combination of education and applicable experience.     
  • Good communication, interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Ability to exercise good problem solving and to make decisions within defined procedures and practices to determine appropriate action.
  • Attention to detail and ability to effectively and efficiently perform multiple tasks and balance competing priorities.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
  • Ability, to prioritize multiple assignments in an extremely fast-paced environment, to meet deadlines, to exercise good judgment and to effectively communicate with Management.
Closing date for applications: Friday, 31st January 2020


Interested candidates are welcome to apply, please provide two (2) current, relevant employment references. Submit a brief CV and supporting documents, indicating the job title in your cover letter and subject line on email to Lee-Anne Ogle: Human Resources Dept. @ fax +27 (0) 865722820 or e-mail jobs.sa@irdresearch.org


IRD SA is an equal opportunity employer.

Open Secrets Internship Opportunity 2020

Open Secrets seeks to appoint a legal intern to be based at Community House in Salt River, Cape Town.



Responsibilities:
  • Assist with researching particular aspects of the law, assisting with developing legal strategies based on research, and assisting with drafting letters and other documents. 
  • From this legal research, summarise research findings and draft internal legal opinions and memorandums.
  • Help with drafting reports and related occasional articles for our website and social media platforms. Possibly assisting with drafting for legal journals.
  • Contribute to other Open Secrets work areas as needed.
  • General administrative and logistical support as needed.
Request:

  • Strong work ethic (thorough, thoughtful, and able to manage deadlines), integrity, and a demonstrated commitment to social justice.
  • A committed team player, with an inquisitive mind, who values collaboration.
  • LLB and post-graduate studies in law (LLM or MPhil or higher degree), preferably with a focus on the intersection between corporate / commercial law and human rights. 
  • Strong research, writing, and organisational skills. 
  • Strong command of basic Microsoft Office Suite programmes (Word, Excel, etc.).
  • Familiar and comfortable with using legal research tools such as LexisNexis, etc. 
  • Able to work through an intersectional lens.
  • Historically disadvantaged applicants are encouraged to apply.
  • Eligible to work in South Africa.

Application:

Submit a covering letter, resume, copy of relevant qualifications, a copy of an unedited written work, and contact details of at least three referees by Friday 31 January 2019.

The subject line of your e-mail should clearly state the position you are applying for. Please send your application to: jobs@opensecrets.org.za

Kindly note that applications missing any of the required information will not be considered.
Only shortlisted candidates will be notified of the outcome of their application process.

Please note that this is a re-advertisement of the position advertised in November 2019.


Twitter: @OpenSecretsZA

Are you an advocate for social justice, accountability and transparency?

Are you keen to work with a small team of researchers and civil society activists?

For more about Open Secrets, refer to www.opensecrets.org.za

Diversey Procurement Internship Opportunity 2020

Diversey has a Procurement Internship Opportunity for a recent graduate. Once part of the team, you'll have the opportunities to further yourself each and every day. From career discussions with supervisors and experienced professionals, to global, world-class training and development seminars, a career at Diversey is all about reaching the goals you have today, while setting new ones for tomorrow.


About Us

Diversey’s purpose is to protect and care for people every day. Diversey has been, and always will be, pioneers and facilitators for life.

As a Procurement Intern you will:

  • Learn the process of purchasing material, parts, services and supplies necessary for operations.
  • Learn how to develop good, ethical supplier relationships while driving supplier performance
  • Learn how to ensure the business needs are met by keeping management and user community apprised of supplier progress and/or problems
  • Work with Buyers to assist in pricing negotiations, delivery and terms and conditions for procurement of assigned commodities or services and issues appropriate commitment document
  • Learn and research market trends – advise leadership of any industry or supplier issues that may affect price, service, quality or any threats/opportunities to our supply chain.
  • Learn about requests for quotations (RFPs, RFQs, and RFIs), bids, and place orders.
  • Provides support in follow-up activities and/or to expedite the delivery of goods and services.
  • Learn to interface with manufacturing, shipping and receiving, accounting and suppliers to resolve issues, establish priorities, and coordinate shipments to meet customer requirements.
  • Additional tasks will be assigned by the Procurement Manager.



Diversey is an equal employment opportunity employer that does not discriminate or tolerate harassment or bullying against job applicants or employees on the basis of race, color, age, religion, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, gender (including pregnancy), gender expression and identity, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state, or local laws.  It is the policy of Diversey to make hiring and promotional decisions without regard to the characteristics above.  The primary factor in these types of decisions is an applicant’s qualifications for the needs of the position to be filled.

Friday, 24 January 2020

Beekman Group Internship Opportunity 2020

Beekman Group currently has the Web Development Internship opportunity at Head Office in Port Shepstone, KZN. In accordance with the Employment Equity Plan of the Group, preference shall be given, but not limited to, candidates from the designated groups.



Beekman Group is South Africa’s leading corporate player in the development and management of property and the leisure sector.

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS:
An opportunity has arisen for a candidate to work with the Company on an intern basis. This will ideally suit a candidate who has just completed a relevant tertiary qualification and is seeking work experience, or is studying towards the relevant tertiary qualification.

The successful candidate will assist in coordinating the planning, ongoing development, maintenance and accessibility of the Group’s existing and new websites. Assist when required with adhoc projects from time to time.

Position Requirements: 
● Experience with HTML 5, CSS 3, SCSS and jQuery is essential
● Experience with Javascript, PHP, SEO best practices and Cross-Browser Troubleshooting would be an advantage
● Experience with Wordpress, Photoshop and Adobe XD would be an advantage
● Experience with Google Webmaster Tools, Google Analytics, Google Ad Manager and Facebook Ad Manager would be an advantage


PERSON REQUIREMENTS:
● Highly Motivated and Creative with the ability to think outside the box
● Above average organizational skills
● Accuracy
● Analytical ability
● Problem solving/decision making
● Good communications skills
● Self directed and able to work independently as well as integrating effectively with the team
● Ability to work under stress and meet deadlines, both foreseen and unforeseen


Job Closing Date: 30/01/2020

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

BDO Audit Accounting Traineeship 2020

BDO has an Audit Accounting Traineeship is a 3 year training contract whereby you will learn all the necessary SAICA competencies to pass your APC qualification in order to register as a Chartered Accountant.



At BDO, we make it a priority to provide our interns, trainees and other entry level professionals with mentorship, flexibility, learning and growth opportunities.

Principle Outcomes

Perform audit procedures whilst working closely with the Audit Team.
The trainee accountant is responsible to the auditor in charge for carrying out the work allocated to them, for keeping auditors in charge informed of progress and of any problems or difficulties with that work and for ensuring that work is documented and concluded in accordance with the Firms policies and procedures


We are looking for candidates who would like:

  • Wide exposure of sectors (We don't place you in a sector)
  • Wide exposure of clients (From listed to owner run businesses)
  • Hands on experience with clients and management
  • Open door policy with Managers and Partners

Competency Requirements 

 Honours Accounting / PGDA / CTA or equivalent level qualification at a SAICA recognised University


Location: Pretoria

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

At BDO, we believe in investing in our people to help them grow, both professionally and personally. The foundation of our business is strong relationship, with colleagues, clients and other stakeholders and we work hard every day to make this a reality.