23 July 2020

Frances Baard District Municipality YEDP Programme 2020

The Frances Baard District Municipality YEDP Programme is a developmental and capacity building programme which focuses on, and develops young unemployed graduates who have the potential and aspiration to actively participate in the development of the Frances Baard District Municipality.

The YEDP is a developmental and capacity building program which focuses on and develops young unemployed graduates who have the potential and aspiration to actively participate in the determination of the development trajectory of the Frances Baard District Municipality and further aims to provide an opportunity for experiential learning to unemployed graduates.

The internship programme is a structured professional training and work experience programme with the goal of providing high quality training and practical exposure in all aspects of LED and tourism.

The programme has a logical training sequence that builds on the skills and competencies acquired during university training. Code 8 driver’s license will be an added advantage.

Remuneration: R100 000.00 per annum

The internship is for a period of 2 years

Local Economic Development (LED) Interns (4  x Positions)

Requirements:
The applicant must be in possession of a Degree or National Diploma in Economics, Business Administration or Management, Development Studies or equivalent. The candidate must have excellent prioritising and ability to manage a variety of tasks simultaneously. Ability to work in a pressurised environment is essential. Excellent Communication, interpersonal, as well as project administration and management skills, sound and informative knowledge of the local district, understanding of SMME support institutions and their roles, willingness to learn and understanding of the lead economic sectors in the district municipality are of critical importance.

Tourism Interns (4 x Positions)

Requirements: 
The applicant must be in possession of a B. Tech Degree or National Diploma in Tourism or marketing. The candidate must have excellent prioritising and ability to manage a variety of tasks simultaneously. Ability to work in a pressurised environment is essential. Excellent Communication, interpersonal and customer service skills. Relate to individuals and groups from many socially diverse backgrounds and deal with conflict situations. Patience in accessing and interpreting product information and providing destination information and advice to the customers. Ability to market the region as a tourist destination. Willingness to work extra hours when required.

Performance Management Interns (2 x Positions)

Requirements: 
A recognized tertiary qualification in strategic planning, development planning, monitoring and evaluation, public management or equivalent qualification. Willingness to learn and travel within the district. Adequate planning, communication, interpersonal and customer service skills. Ability to relate to individuals and groups from socially diverse backgrounds and deal with conflict situations. Willingness to work extra hours when required. At the end of the Programme the learner will have sound and informative knowledge of the Frances Baard District. Understanding of the performance management systems in Local Government, as well as relevant legislation governing municipalities, e.g., Municipal Systems Act, Structures Act, Municipal Performance Management Regulations as well as IDP processes

Internship overview: 

The internship programme is a structured professional training and work experience programme with the goal of providing high quality training and practical exposure in all aspects of a Municipal Budget and Treasury Office which is governed by the Municipal Finance Management Act and the underlying reforms.

The programme has a logical training sequence that builds on the skills and competencies acquired during university training.

It ends where appropriate, with a qualification in Municipal finance Management which is in line with the Municipal Minimum Competency Regulations.

The programme is aimed at unemployed graduates.

Appointments will be made according to the municipality’s employment equity policy and affirmativeaction practices. The completion of application forms is mandatory and must be accompanied by detailed and comprehensive curriculum vitae and is to be accompanied by originally certified copies of ID and qualifications (Certified copies must not be older than 3 months). Applications should be forwarded to the following postal address: THE MUNICIPAL MANAGER, FRANCES BAARD DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY, PRIVATE BAG X6088, KIMBERLEY 8300 or hand delivered to: 51 DRAKENSBERG AVENUE, CARTERS GLEN, KIMBERLEY.

Enquiries can be directed to: Tel: 053-838 0912/911.

Note: Designated groups, including people living with disabilities, are particularly encouraged to apply.

FAXED OR EMAILED APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED

Successful candidates will be subjected to a compulsory reference and validation checks. Should you not receive any response from us within 30 days of the closing date, please consider your application as
unsuccessful. The District Municipality reserves the right to make no appointments.

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