22 December 2020

CHIETA Stakeholder Support Internship Programme 2021

Location: Randburg

Stipend: Stipend: R7, 000.00 (Seven Thousand Rands) on the 15th  day of every month, less any income tax that the Employer is required to deduct in terms of the relevant tax laws.

Closing Date: 27 January 2021. 

Description: CHIEATA  invites candidates who possess the relevant. functional competencies to apply for the Stakeholder Support Internship Programme. 

This position exists within the CHIETA to assist and support the CEO's Office with stakeholder related activities. 

Requirements:

• National Diploma or Degree in Marketing and Communications.

Experience: 

• Preferably graduates with no work experience and in need of in-service training to qualify.

Knowledge: 

• Computer literacy skills (MS Office) are essential.

Skills & Behavioural Competencies 

• Planning and Organisation Skills.

• Communication (oral and written).

 • Problem solving ability .

• Diversity awareness.

• Confidentiality, ethics, integrity and professionalism.

• Detail orientation.

• Teamwork. 

• Exceptional analytical and technical skills.

• Report writing /Business writing skills.

Key Performance Areas

• Coordinate the CEO related Stakeholder engagements.

• Provide aid in scheduling CEO's office events.

•Liase with Stakeholder Relationship Manager in relation to CEO's promotional material.

• Liaise with Stakeholder Relations Manager on any Media/ PR related matters scheduled events for the CEO.

• Travel arrangements for the CEO.

• Identify opportunities for the CEO in the industry.

• Supplying Stakeholder Relations Manager with coverage material from the events done by the CEO.

• Coordinate CEO's diary.

Interested persons are invited to submit their CV's by email to recruitment@chieta.org.za, on or before closing date. 

If no feedback is provided to you by 15 February 2021, pleas. regard your application  to be unsuccessful.

CHIETA is committed to the advancement of Employment Equity Successful applicants an be

subjected to background checks and to undertake required assessments. CHIETA reserves the right not to make an appointment.