24 June 2020

Frost & Sullivan’s Internship Programme 2020

Frost & Sullivan’s, (www.frost.com) South Africa office seeks 3 suitable candidates to join our internship programme. Our internship programme is a key part of our research and consulting practice, allowing individuals to gain excellent professional experience, exposure to key industries and processes, and build their individual profiles to lay the foundation for future career choices.

Key Skills:
  • Excellent English, spoken and written
  • Strong quantitative skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Excellent telephonic manner
  • Strong organisational skills
  • Strong team player
  • Undergraduate or postgraduate degree from a recognised university is required with good evidence of academic achievement
  • No prior work experience is needed
What the intern will gain:
  • Work experience at a global company
  • Exposure to consulting and research methodologies and processes
  • Insights into key industries across Africa
  • Deepened knowledge of the African operating environment
  • Insight into industry trends
  • Access to Frost & Sullivan’s global research 
Please note that the internship role is not a part-time / flexible position. You will be required to work monday to friday (08h30 - 17h30) for a duration of 3 months. Suitable applicants must send their cover letter, cv and academic transcripts (as per the below) in order for their application to be considered.

Application Procedures:

1. Suitable applicants should apply in writing, providing a CV, and cover letter and academic transcripts to hr.africa@frost.com quoting reference: Intern. Applications without a cover letter not be considered.
2. Foreign applicants must be in possession of a valid work permit / be a permanent resident of South Africa. Candidates with pending permit applications will not be considered.
3. Interns will be based in Cape Town ONLY and available for interviews immediately. If you have not received any response in two weeks please consider your application unsuccessful.

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