Monday, 18 June 2018

JSE Learnership Opportunities 2018

Exciting Learnership opportunities are available at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. Successful incumbents will be on a fixed-term Learnership Programme and will be exposed to day-to-day activities within the Enterprise Information Governance: Data Governance Office.

During this contract, the incumbents will be placed on an NQF aligned Learnership Programme along with gaining on-the-job experience. 

Preference will be given to Employment Equity candidates and South African Citizens.

Responsibilities / Outputs Enterprise Information Governance: Data Governance Office:
• Analysing data
• Data mapping
• Prepare flow charts and graphs for presentation
• Data modelling
• Compiling excel spreadsheets or using applications like VB
• The development and enforcement of data standards, processes as defined by EIG Council
• Updating of business process documentation (flow and transformation of data from source to target, etc.)

  • B Comm Degree in Informatics / Statistics / Computer Science or Maths.
• Analytical Skills: 
• Data analysts work with large amounts of data: facts, figures, and number crunching. See through the data and be able to analyse it to find conclusions.
• Communication Skills: able to translate the data into an understandable document.
• Be able to write and speak clearly, easily communicating / articulating complex ideas
• Critical Thinking: be able to look at numbers, trends, and data and come to new conclusions based on the findings.

Attention to Detail: make sure that their analysis leads to correct conclusions.
• Math Skills: mathematical skills to estimate numerical data
• Good communication skills
• Team player
• Sense of urgency
• Personality Traits 

Location : Sandton

Closing date: 2018/06/30


Preference will be given to Employment Equity (EE) candidates based on the JSE's commitment to transformation and in terms of the prevailing employment equity policy.

The JSE Limited (“the JSE”) reserves the right not to make an appointment or to stop the recruitment process at any stage to headhunt or re-advertise a post. Candidates who do not meet the minimum criteria will not be considered.

The JSE will endeavour, where possible, to allow for a minimum period of three weeks from the date of placing a recruitment advertisement. The three week period is applied at the sole discretion of the JSE and may be varied by the JSE at any stage in the recruitment process. The JSE reserves the right, in the event that the three week period is shortened, for whatever reason, to inform only such candidates (either internal or external) who have applied or have been interviewed for the position advertised. The JSE therefore encourages all potential candidates to apply as soon as a position is advertised.

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