CHIETA Internship 2022

Apply now for the CHIETA Internship 2022. The Research, Development, Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation Business Unit has an exciting Internship opportunity. The aim of this position is to assist the business unit with administrative tasks. Candidates living with a disability, who meet the position’s criteria are invited to apply.

Requirements: National Diploma or a Degree in Business Management, Administration, Social Sciences or equivalent.

Experience: Graduates with no work experience.

Knowledge: Computer literacy skills (MS Office) are essential.

Stipend: R7 000.00 (Seven Thousand Rands) per month.

Skills & Behavioural competencies: 

• Planning and Organisation Skills 
• Communication (oral and written) 
• Problem solving ability 
• Diversity awareness 
• Confidentiality, ethics, integrity and professionalism 
• Detail orientation 
• Teamwork 
• Good report writing skills 
• Ability to build relationships and collaborate within own team and across teams

Key Performance Areas
• Assist with research in existing and potential projects
• Provide administrative support and coordination for related skills planning activities
• Provide general logistical and administrative support for Chambers
• Manage digital files, content, and knowledge resources and implement changes to help build/improve the CHIETA knowledge library.
• Participate in data collection and analysis to measure impact and monitor and evaluate projects
• Support data collection, verification and compilation as stipulated in the M&E implementation plan
• Review and compile monitoring reports, project progress reports, evaluation reports
• Provide general admin support

Interested people living with a disability are invited to submit their CVs by E-mail to , on or before closing date: 26 June 2022

If no feedback is provided to you by 31 July 2022, please regard your application to be unsuccessful. CHIETA is committed to the advancement of Employment Equity. Successful applicants will be subjected to background checks and to undertake required assessments

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