14 February 2021

CoJ Public Housing Programme Internship 2021

Description: The City of Johannesburg,  CoJ Development Planning Department has Public Housing Programme Internship 2021. 

The opportunity available for a period NOT exceeding eighteen (18) months.

This Vacancy is open to YOUTH in the Johannesburg community

An internship programme is an intervention by the City of Johannesburg to address the growing demand by tertiary institution for students to undergo on-the-job exposure, as a pre-requisite to acquire an academic qualification or as a requirement after the acquisition of an academic qualification to obtain experiential training. 

The City is committed to provide work-based training for students.

The details are as follows:

1. Department: Housing

Branch: Public Housing Programme 

Designation: Intern

Salary Range: R3 500.00 – R8 329.27pm (cost to company, basic salary, no benefits)

Closing Date: 24 FEBRUARY 2021

Appointment Requirements:

  • Matric/Grade 12, National Diploma in Built Environment (NQF Level 6) and/or Bachelor’s Degree in Built Environment Discipline (NQF Level 7);
  • Language proficiency (reading and writing) English;
  • Must be able to work extended hours as and when required;
  • Ages between 18 – 35 years; and
  • Only City of Joburg residents will be considered 

Primary Function: 

  • To assist in the delivery Human Settlements in the Cores of the City and the Corridors of Freedom. 
  • Assist specialists to determine how plots of land/building should best be used within a community and assist in project packaging/audits as required.

Key Learning Areas: 

  • Assist the coordination of procedural requirements associated with delivery of human settlement. Provide administrative support in relation to the Unit. 
  • Assist in Project management and facilitation and analysis of data and provide input for changes in policy and guidelines. 
  • Assisting in the interpretation and implementation of Human Settlement policies, legislation and acts.

Leading Competencies: 

  • Work independently. 
  • Work under pressure. 
  • Accountable and be able to maintain privacy and confidentiality.

Core Competencies: 

  • Communication and organizational skills, interpersonal abilities and attention to detail. 
  • Ability to plan, organize and prioritize work.

Contact Person: Tshifhiwa Ndou

Tel No: (011) 018 6661

Workplace: Central Place


An Application letter and comprehensive CV, proof of residence, certified copy of ID and Qualifications.

No late applications will be accepted.