Transnet Bursaries

Transnet Bursaries




Full-time bursaries are awarded annually according to the employment needs of the company.

All our full-time students are viewed as potential employees – depending on vacancies being available after successfully completing their qualifications.

It is with pride that we announce that our business philosophy of “delivering freight reliably” not only applies to our business practices but also to you as one of our prospective future bursary holders.

This aligns to address Transnet’s skills needs in support of the Transnet Market Demand Strategy.

We welcome the interest you have shown in Transnet as a prospective future employer and trust that we can, through our bursary scheme, assist you to make your dreams come true.

Full-time undergraduate

Full-time bursaries are awarded annually according to the employment needs of the company.

All our full-time students are viewed as potential employees – depending on vacancies being available after successfully completing their qualifications.

Bursary Value

The comprehensive bursary, covers the following:
Tuition fees
Accommodation and meals
Book Allowance
Experiential training
Students are allowed to study at a South African University of their own choice who offers the relevant fields of study.
Fields of Study

This list may vary depending on the needs of the company:

B. Engineering

Industrial (Ref no: 60000173) Metallurgy (physical) (Ref no: 60000170)
Electrical (heavy current) (Ref no: 60000167)
Electronic (Ref no: 60000171)
Mechanical (Ref no: 60000169)
Civil (Ref no: 60000175)
Transnet Bursary Scheme Please note that website applications for bursaries open on 1 May and close on 31 July.

Bursary and training opportunity

Qualifications & Experience :

Grade 12 learners(SA citizens) with outstanding achievements, minimum five symbol in Mathematics and Physical Science and students currently studying towards B Eng or B.Sc Engineering are encouraged to apply for one of our comprehensive bursaries in the following disciplines:

Civil
Electrical
Electronic
Mechanical
Industrial
Metallurgy(Physical)
Chartered Accountants Training Programme

Minimum Requirements

B/Compt Hons/Final year or one year Certificate in Theory of Accounting(CTA) programme. Current final year CTA students are also welcome to apply.

Applications must be accompanied by a CV including certified copies of your Grade 12 certificate, junior degree, proof of final year CTA university registration.

How To Apply?


Click Here to BURSAR AND CA TRAINING PROGRAMME

Click Here to TRANSNET BURSARY APPLICATION

Click Here to TRANSNET BURSARY PAGE

Eskom Learnerships X37

Eskom Learnerships




Eskom is offering x37 Artisan Learnership opportunities at Kriel Power Station and Medupi Power Station, coal-fired power plant operated by Eskom in Mpumalanga and Limpopo respectively.

Incumbents will be afforded both institutionalised and on- the-job training and will be given an opportunity to attain a trade test certificate.

Kriel Power Station is offering Learnerships in the following fields:

Mechanical X11
Riggers X6
Instrument Mechanician X3
Medupi Power Station is offering Learnerships in the following fields:

Electrical Heavy & Light Current
C&I
Mechanical
Chemical
Civil
The energy industry is transforming and Eskom is playing a leading role in the delivery of energy to millions of customers countrywide.

Since companies are shaped by its people, we at Eskom are always looking for highly skilled professionals who want to make an impact.

Requirements

Grade 12/N3 with Physical Science and Mathematics
Language include English as second language (50%)
Skills and Competencies

Computer literacy
Problem solving skills
Planning and organising skills
Ability to apply Maths and Science knowledge
Technical, electrical equipment and energy conversion process understanding
Self-motivation, analytical, cognitive thinking and good communication skills

How To Apply?


For Kriel apply here

Closing Date: 10 September 2016

For Medupi apply here

Deadline is 10 August 2016



Petra Diamonds Internships

Petra Diamonds Internships


Petra Diamonds is a leading independent diamond mining group and an increasingly important supplier of rough diamonds to the international market. The Company has interests in five producing mines: four in South Africa (Finsch, Cullinan, Koffiefontein and Kimberley Underground) and one in Tanzania (Williamson). It also maintains an exploration programme in Botswana.
Job Grade: Non Graded (6 month fixed term contract) Reference Nr: PDSA089


Petra Diamonds SA invites candidates who are newly qualified and interested in gaining workplace experience in the mining sector in the discipline of Public Relations and Communications Management to apply for the Young Graduate Work Experience Project. The position will be based in Kimberley (Northern Cape).

Minimum Requirements
Grade 12
Diploma/Degree in Public Relations and Communication or equivalent relevant three-year qualification
Proven computer literacy in MS Office
Experience of desktop publishing package, such as Corel Graphics suite, Corel Ventura or InDesign
Advanced verbal and written communication skills in English
Valid driver’s license
It will be to your advantage if you are from the labour sending area of the Operation ( Frances Baard District Municipality)

Duties and Responsibilities

Follow a programme to gain workplace experience within specified areas and sections
Execute project-based work related to Communications
Work in designated areas according to the Mine’s Standard Operating Procedures
Work according to the applicable Policies and Procedures
Submit progress reports to supervisor for assessment

Other Skills/Competencies

Ability to work under pressure
Show initiative and be self-motivated
PLEASE NOTE: Preference will be given to children of employees and candidates with the required qualifications who are residing in the local communities and who are citizens of South Africa.
Petra Diamonds is an equal opportunity employer. Preference will be given to suitable candidates from the designated groups in line with the Company’s Employment Equity Policy and Plan as well as the criteria above. Pre-screening, profile testing, on mine assessments and induction, medical and security clearance form part of the recruitment and selection process. Short listed candidates will be required to attend a panel interview. Employment of the successful candidate is subject to the aforementioned criteria.

Please complete an application form (available on http://www.petradiamonds.com/careers/current-vacancies) and send together with your resume, qualifications and ID to christine.williams@petradiamonds.com, fax 086 659 1334 by 7 August 2016. Please note that incomplete application forms and documentation will not be considered. If you have not heard from us within 30 days of the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful.
6-Month Fixed Term Contract

Please note that Petra Diamonds does not at any time require any form of payment for recruitment purposes. If you are approached in this regard, you should report the incident immediately via one of the following hotlines: South Africa 0800 22 22 00 (toll free from an RSA landline) or international +27 12 305 2711.


ABSA Learnerships Programme

ABSA Learnerships Programme


The Operations Learnership programme is a learnership programme targeted at an entry level role within the Corporate & Investment Banking Operations area in the Bank. Corporate and Investment Banking Operations Learnership - SBL201607
Code/Reference:SBL201607


Candidates are given an opportunity to work towards a formal qualification in Banking as well as apply the necessary practical aspects of their learning.

This means that at the end of the 12 months programme, learners will receive a National Certificate in Banking: Core Banking and Finance at NQF 5.

Learners Allowance

Successful candidates will be required to sign a fixed term employment contract as well as a learnership contract.

They will not be paid a salary but will receive a learner allowance of R6 000 per month.

Application Requirements


Be between the ages of 18-30
Be able to speak, read and write English
Have successfully completed Matric.
The following subjects would be an advantage, Mathematics; Maths Literacy; Accounting and Business Studies and/or
Have completed a 3 year Financial/Accounting/Operations/Process Engineering Qualification/Degree
Be computer literate
Not be employed
Not be studying at any other institution
Not be registered on any other learnership
The Recruitment Process:

Closing date for applications is the 05 August 2016

Candidates will be required to complete relevant assessments

The following checks will be conducted:

Register for Employees Dismissed (RED) checks;
Credit and criminal record checks;
Reference checks with previous employers;
Verification of educational qualifications and
Proof of South African citizenship or South African residency


Please note that all correspondence will be made via e-mail and if contact is not made with the applicant by 19 August 2016, consider the application as unsuccessful.

How To Apply?


Apply online

Applications accepted until: 05 August 2016

Letsema Learnerships Programme

Letsema Learnerships Programme




Letsema and Kuyasa learnership programme is open for application.

The BANKSETA has implemented learning programmes targeting the unemployed youth.

The learnership programmes are called Letsema for post matriculants and Kuyasa for post graduates.

This programme is the banking sector’s commitment to the financial service charter and the national skills development strategy.

The programme’s provides the youth with a formal qualification pegged at NQF level 5 plus the practical experience in the Banking and Microfinance sector.

KUYASA LEARNERSHIP
2017 APPLICATION FORM
MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT LEARNERSHIP

LETSEMA LEARNERSHIP
2017 APPLICATION FORM

BANKING SERVICE ADVICE LEARNERSHIP

How To Apply?


Download Application Form here

Tiger Brands Learnerships

Tiger Brands Learnerships




Tiger Brands is looking for graduates who are self-motivated team players, efficient, flexible and able to think on their feet in an ever-changing world.

The Tiger Brands Management Trainee program is a learning program, where graduates who have just completed an appropriate 3 or 4 year qualification, complete a 12 month learning program in selected disciplines.

These graduates are employed as permanent employees and are placed in appropriate positions at the end of their Management Trainee program.

Training Programme Purpose

Graduates must have displayed the potential for high achievement and innovation throughout their qualification, have not worked full time (more than 1 year, not including workplace experience) in their field of study, must be computer literate in MS Word and Excel and have a valid driver’s license.

Key Responsibilities

The Management Trainees work in various functions in Tiger Brands.

Marketing
Customer
Supply Chain
IT
HR
Successful candidates in the Management Trainee program should have the desire to build a career with a leading branded FMCG company.

Candidates should have a sound academic record at an accredited institution and recently have completed their masters tertiary qualification in a field of study aligned to our business requirements (see below).

Required Experience by Tiger Brands?

None

Technical/Functional Skills

• Must be able to work in Microsoft Word and Excel

Minimum Qualifications

The type of qualifications that are viewed favorably to enter the graduate program include:

BCom with majors in Logistics, Marketing, Supply Chain, HR
BEng/BSc Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering
BSc Biochemistry, Chemistry, Food Science, Nutrition and Food Science, Microbiology, Pharmacy, Information Technology
BTech Engineering (Electrical/Industrial/Mechanical/Chemical) Biotechnology, Food Science, Food Technology.

How To Apply?


Public Protector Office Internships

Public Protector Office Internships



The Office of the South African Public Protector is inviting applications for its 24-months 2017 Trainee Investigator Internships from unemployed young South African graduates with a degree in law or an LLB degree.

Interested persons are requested to indicate in their application letters, their preferred Public Protector South Africa Office.

Internships Application Requirements


LLB Degree or other appropriate legal qualifications
• Applicant between the age of 18- 35 are eligible to apply.

Experience: None.

Key Responsibilities

To attend to complainants with telephone and walk-in complaints

• Assist in Investigation of complaints
• Analyse and screening of complaints
• Assessment and evaluation of complaints
• Record keeping and file administration
• To compile and submit statistical reports on investigations
• Draft correspondences and responses to complaints and all stakeholders
• Track pending complaints and refer to relevant investigative units
• Ensure timeous delivery of service and turnaround time in investigations
• Interview and advise clients/complaints timeously
• Prepare and consolidate reports for Business Units
• Responsible for files, office furniture, and other state assets under the control of the incumbent
• Perform any other relevant duties as delegated by the supervisor from time to time.

Trainee Investigator:

Preference will be given to candidates who reside in their respective province as there will be no transportation and relocation cost to be incurred by the office.

Please direct your application, stating the relevant reference number and location to the following address:

Head Office - Pretoria for the attention of:
Mr T. Khunou;
Private Bag X677,
Pretoria 0001,

or hand-deliver to:
Public Protector House,
175 Lunnon Road,
Hillcrest office Park,
Pretoria.

Closing date: 29 July 2016


SAB Contact Centre Learnerships

SAB Contact Centre Learnerships




The Learnership runs over a period of 12 months. To successfully complete the programme, the learner must obtain a minimum value of 120 credits.

Through the completion of the Learnership, they will receive a National Certificate: Contact Centre Support NQF 2

The purpose of this program is to equip learners to understand and acquaint themselves with the underlying principles related to supporting the drive to increase brand equity, sales volumes, market share and corporate reputation by providing telephonic support to customers, establishing good customer relations and by marketing the company’s products and services.

Competence Requirements

• Attention to detail
• Self Motivated and self starter
• Customer interaction skills
• Telephone skills and etiquette
• Customer focused attitude
• Interpersonal skills
• Ability to work in a team

Qualification

• Grade 12/Matric with Maths, and English as the home language or at least a first additional language
• Applicants must be unemployed
• No Experience required

The learner will be exposed to:

• Completion of all documented basic call handling processes within the CIC department
• Query response handling
• Administrative functions related to the department
• Appropriate actions to be taken with regards to hazards and emergency situations
• Maintaining of internal and external customer service and satisfaction levels
• Providing timeous customer feedback
• Educating the customer in the use of the company products and services

Location:ABI SSD - Linbro Park
Country:South Africa
City:Linbro Office Park, Linbro Park

How To Apply?


Apply online


SABMiller Learnerships

SABMiller Learnerships



South African Breweries (SAB) is inviting applications for its 2016/2017 Customer Interactions Centre in Linbro Park, Sandton from unemployed South Africans with a Grade 12 / Matric certificate who are interested in taking part in a learnership for a period of 12 months. On successful completion, candidates will receive a National Certificate in Contact Centre Support registered on the NQF at Level 2. Candidates will be paid a monthly learnership allowance.

What are the requirements?
 
In order to be considered, candidates have to meet the following requirements:

Have a Matric / Grade 12 certificate with Maths and English (either as second or home language);
Be unemployed and immediately available; and
No experience is required.
How to apply?
 
In order to apply for these SAB 2017 CIC Learnerships



Apply online

Deloitte Learnerships

Deloitte Learnerships




Deloitte is inviting applications from unemployed graduates and current final year students in various fields of study for its 2017 Consulting Internships which will be based at its Cape Town, Western Cape offices, that will be starting in January 2017 and runs until December 2017. Candidates will be paid a monthly stipend during the internship programme.

What are the requirements?

Candidates must be South African citizens who have or are completing any of the below qualifications (with mark averages of 65% and above) in order to be considered:

Technology Integration

Computer Science Degree/Diploma
Web and Application Development Diploma
Software Development Diploma
Industrial Engineering (BPM) Degree or Diploma
Information Technology, Testers, Java Developers.
Salesforce.com

Humanities/Science – Geography, Mathematics, Science and Statistics
Customer Experience

Master degree on business or science or math but ideally with a PHD in marketing, business or an MBA.
PHD Robotics/Artificial Intelligence
User Experience

User Experience Design Course
Foundation Level (CPUX-F)
(CPUX-IIP)
Other:

Social Sciences – Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, Media, Marketing, IT

Interactive

Computer Science Degree/Diploma/Web and Application Development
Software Development Diploma
Industrial Engineering (BPM) Degree or Diploma
Information Technology, Testers, Java Developers.
How to apply?

To apply for the 2017 Deloitte Consulting Internships in Cape Town



Apply online

Old Mutual Bursaries

Old Mutual Bursaries




Old Mutual offers Actuarial Science bursaries to study at the University of Cape Town or Stellenbosch University.

Take a minute and ask yourself a few question:

Are you dedicated and self-driven?
Are you a maths whiz?
Do you have good communication skills?
Do you like a challenge?
Do you have that x-factor that sets you apart from all others?
If you answered "Yes" to the questions then you're half way to becoming a recognised top-earning professional!

The other half requires hard work and dedication.

The Actuarial Bursary Programme offers you and other young South Africans the opportunity to develop an actuarial career.

After your studies you can enjoy:

Guaranteed employment after university.
One-on-one mentoring by an experienced qualified actuary.
In-house rotation programme exposing you to professional development across all areas.
Working with acknowledged industry-leading experts in different fields, shaping South Africa's financial future!
You need Mathematics with a strong A-plus result and A's and B's for the rest of your matric subjects.

Preference will be given to Black South African learners i.e. African, Coloured, Indian and Chinese learners that are South African citizens by birth or descent (as per the definition of Black designated groups in the Employment Equity Act).

The Coordinator Actuarial Bursary Applications



Apply online

British American Tobacco Internships

British American Tobacco Internships





Multinational tobacco company, British American Tobacco (BAT), is inviting applications for its Operations (Engineering & Supply Chain) Graduate Programme. The programme is open to unemployed South African graduates and graduate with ZERO to three years work experience. Interns will be paid a monthly stipend.

Internships Application Requirements


In order to be considered, applicants have to meet the following minimum requirements:

South African citizenship or permanent residency
Valid South African drivers license
Grade 12 certificate
Minimum of a 3 year Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical or Industrial) degree or the equivalent
Not more than 3 years working experience

How to apply?


Closing date: 8 August 2016

Appy online

NMISA Bursaries

NMISA Bursaries


The National Metrology Institute of South Africa - NMISA bursaries invites applications from current Matric learners, South African with a Matric certificate, as well as current students or prospective students in both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes of study in specific science and engineering related fields to apply for their 2017 Bursaries.




NMISA Bursaries Available


The bursaries are available to full-time students in any of the following subjects: Engineering (Electrical/ Electronic, Mechanical), Materials Science, Physics and Chemistry.

NMISA Bursaries Requirements


The requirements differ, depending on which level of education you have completed or are currently completing:

For current Grade 12 / Matric learners:
Must be planning to study towards a tertiary qualification in any of the following: Engineering (Electrical/ Electronic, Mechanical), Materials Science, Physics or Chemistry;
Be a South African citizen; and
Be able to provide Grade 11 results and a Grade 12 progress report.
For school-leavers with a completed Grade 12 certificate:
Must be planning to study towards a tertiary qualification in Chemistry, Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic), Physics or Materials Science;
Be a South African; and
Have a Grade 12 certificate passed with good marks.
For students already at tertiary:
Be a South African student studying towards a post graduate or undergraduate qualification in Engineering, Chemistry, Materials Science or Physics.

How to apply for NMISA bursaries?



Download the NMISA 2017 Bursary Application form

Fill the form in and return it together with your results/certificates and certified copy of ID to NMISA on any of the following details:
Email: hr@nmisa.org
Post: Private Bag X34, Lynnwood Ridge, 0040
Fax: 086 756 3451
Closing date: 31 July 2016

Municipality Internships

Municipality Internships


Mossel Bay Municipality, an employer committed to equal employment invites applicants to apply for Internship opportunities.



These positions are available for 12 months with an option to extend the period for a further 12 months. Successful candidates will receive a stipend of R5,600 per month.

Mossel Bay Municipality is offering opportunities to three (3) unemployed South African graduates from higher education institutions that have completed their (3) three year degrees or diplomas that are seeking work experience related to the field of study that they completed.

Internships Requirements


Applicants must have met the academic requirements for the advertised field of study/discipline and should not previously been employed as an Intern in the Public Service.

Applications are invited from candidates in the following fields of study:

Rural Development
Local Economic Development
Social Welfare
Human Resource Management
Short listed and invited candidates will be subjected and required to undergo a theoretical and practical test.

Notwithstanding any representations to the contrary, no employment contract will come into effect until a written offer has been made by the municipality to, and accepted by, the applicant

These conditions are compulsory and failing to comply will automatically lead to disqualification of the applicant. Electronic applications will be accepted.

For equity purposes please indicate your race, gender and disability status.

If applicants are not contacted within 40 days of the closing date, it can be accepted that they were not successful.

The Mossel Bay Municipality is committed to comply with the requirements of the Employment Equity Act, No. 55 of 1998, for the advancement of previously disadvantaged and disabled persons.

Closing date is 22 July 2016

How To Apply?


Apply online

Telkom Internships

Telkom Internships


Telkom internships are providing an opportunity to train and develop 12 graduates for a period of 12 months. Upon completion of the internship programme, the graduates will be competent to function as IT professionals.




Telkom Internships Available


• Software Development
• Business Analysis
• Application Support
• Enterprise Architecture
• SAP System Support
• Information Security and Risk
• Project Management
• Data Warehouse


Telkom Internships Qualifications

Relevant IT Qualification (Diploma / Degree) I.e. National Diploma in IT / Bachelor in Computer Science / BCom Informatics etc. (NQF 6).

Experience

Special Requirements

South African citizen

Not have previously participated in any Information Technology internship before

Close Date: 2016/07/24

How To Apply?


Apply online


GIBB Bursaries




The GIBB Bursaries scheme is currently open. The below is an overview of this bursaries scheme and what it offers to students.

What is offered?

A GIBB bursary covers:

Cost of tuition at any university in South Africa
Books
Travel costs where applicable
Accommodation where applicable
Vacation employment
Requirements/Instructions

Students must be South African citizens with a valid ID Book / Card.
Students must be studying towards an Engineering Degree, Honours or Masters, with specialisation in the following disciplines: Civil, Electrical, Rail and Roads.
Students must have successfully completed their 1st year of study.
For students in University 2nd, 3rd year, Honours or Masters, studying in one of the fields mentioned above need to maintain a 60% average to apply.
You must attach certified copies of the below documents in order to be considered:

• ID
• CV
• Matric Certificate
• Full tertiary academic record

Contract Obligation

Employment at any GIBB office in South Africa
Practical training, as required by the university, will be provided where possible during winter and/or summer vacations.
The tenure of the bursary is subject to good academic progress. Should a bursary holder’s academic results fall below an average of 60%, the continuance of the bursary may be reviewed.
The closing date for bursaries is the 31 August 2016.

IBM Internships Programme

IBM Internships Programme





IBM is currently searching for young talents for the leading to Africa program.

The intent of this internship program is to build an important recruitment channel for our business in South Africa by providing a short-term real world experience.

IBM’s internship programs provide assignments for students to become familiar with IBM’s organization, work style, culture and global reach.

Students in this program have expressed interest in working in South Africa, if such a position is offered after a successful completion of the internship program.

As part of this program, positions are currently opened for different business including Systems for technical opportunities in Information and Technology, Software including Mobile and Security, Sales&Distribution.

The ideal intern must:

Demonstrate a passion for sales and technology
Have sales, customer services, or industry experience through school projects, prior jobs, or internships/co-ops
Possess analytical skills and understanding of financial principles
Be a self starter and have demonstrated leadership experience
Possess people and teaming skills
Possess the technical ability to help develop business solutions
Demonstrate written and oral communication skills
Be majoring in an area of business with proven academic success (general business, marketing, management, etc)
Be able to independently travel to local IBM clients and meetings.
Required Education: Bachelor's Degree

Preferred Education: Master's Degree

Required

Technical and Professional Expertise
Knowledge in Analyze Client Needs, Requirements and Expectations
Experience in Use Written Communication Skills
Fluent in English
Knowledge in Analyze Client Needs, Requirements and Expectations
Experience in Use Written Communication Skills
Knowledge in Information Technology area





Ceta Bursaries Programme

CETA Bursaries Programme


The Construction Education and Training Authority, CETA supports and facilitates the development, availability and retention of skilled human capital directly related to the Construction Sector’s activities.



The deadline is 31 August of each year, unless unforeseen circumstances dictate otherwise.

Bursary Application Requirements


Bursaries will be made available to develop identified skills, with special emphasis onscarce and critical skills. In order to be eligible for a bursary, applicants will have to fulfill the following criteria:

be in possession of a Senior Certificate / matriculation
have successfully completed one or more years of study at a recognised tertiary institution
be South African citizens
have proof that they are registered or are about to be registered at a tertiary institution recognised by CETA

Bursary Inclusion:

The bursary will cover tuition fees, prescribed books and course material. Notwithstanding this, the amount available for prescribed books and course material will be capped at R3500 per annum. This amount may be amended by the Committee from time to time.

How to Apply:


Apply online

NFVF Bursaries

NFVF Bursaries


The NFVF’s bursary programme is aimed at building capacity by upskilling film & TV professionals for global competitiveness through its support of qualifying applicants for overseas studies which are not offered in South African tertiary institutions.





The National Film & Video Foundation (NFVF) is a statutory body mandated to spearhead the equitable growth and development of the SA film and video industry.

However, Live Performance or Acting programmes are excluded.

Four (4) bursaries will be awarded for the 2017 academic year with a cap of R250 000 inclusive of tuition and living expenses.

Qualifying Criteria:

Must apply six months before the course starts.
Be a South African citizen;
Have a good academic record;
Demonstrate a need for a financial assistance; and
Enrolled at an accredited overseas tertiary institution for a full time studies; post graduate film/TV programme (course must be commencing in January 2017 and not available in South Africa).
Applications must be accompanied by a detailed motivation why the applicant must be awarded a bursary together with all the certified copies of supporting documents as indicated in the application form.

Applications will not be considered if:

The application form is incomplete or wrong information is provided;

Supporting documents are missing or not certified;



Please note that applications sent via email or fax will not be considered.

Deadline for applications: 31 August 2016 at midnight.

Liberty Group Bursaries

Liberty Group Bursaries


Bursaries are granted for full-time study of Actuarial Science at various tertiary institutions. Applicants must show the ability to innovate and share our passion for people; thus maintaining our competitive advantage.



Successful applicants are expected to do a minimum amount of vacation work during the June and December holidays at Liberty Life's Head Office in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
Bursaries are reviewed after each examination based on the student's academic performance and are renewed annually. All bursaries are granted on merit, but preference is given to black (African, Coloured and Indian) applicants.

Fields of Science
Science
BSc (Actuarial Science),

Applications close 31 August

Candidate Requirements:
Grade 12 learners
Excellent overall results including a distinction for higher grade mathematics.
A minimum of two distinctions (including mathematics) if higher grade physical science is one of the incumbent's subjects.
A minimum of four distinctions (including mathematics) if physical science is not one of the incumbent's subjects.
At tertiary level, students must maintain continuous excellence in academic performance in all subjects.
Good leadership qualities and participation in extramural activities such as sports, debating societies, chess clubs and various Olympiads, etc are an added advantage.

How to Apply:


Bursary Administrator
Liberty Group Limited
P O Box 10499
JOHANNESBURG
2000

Bursary Equiries:
(011) 408-4343

Conditions of Bursary:
All bursars are obliged to complete a period of employment for every year of sponsorship. The standard employment contract will be entered into once studies are completed.

First year students qualify for a calculator allowance. Applications are open to all students regardless of the year of study. Once approved, the bursar will enter into an agreement with Liberty Life that will be renewed annually.

How To Apply online?

Parliament Internships

The Parliament of the Republic of South Africa is inviting applications for its 2017 Internships from unemployed South African graduates and current final year students and post-graduate students.




The internships are open to graduates and final year students in a National Diploma, Degree, Honours or Masters qualification in any of the fields in the table below.

How to apply?

Forward your CV, containing full personal and career details, certified copies of qualifications and ID to GraduateInternship@parliament.gov.za clearly reflecting the reference number and name of the position you are applying for in all communication.

Candidates, who do not submit supporting documentation as requested will not be considered.
Parliament reserves the right not to make an appointment.

If you do not receive any response within two months of the closing date, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful.

Regret correspondence will only be with the interviewed candidates.
“Parliamentary services administration promotes and applies the principles of Affirmative action and equal opportunities”
Closing date: 22 July 2016 at 16h30

SACE Internships

The South African Council of Educators (SACE) is inviting applications from unemployed South African graduates with completed qualifications and current students who need experiential training to complete their studies for its 2016/2017 Internships and Experiential Training opportunities.
The internships or experiential training will be based at their Centurion, Gauteng offices for a period of 12 months.




In order to be considered for this internship, candidates must be South African citizens with a Matric certificate and a completed certificate, degree or diploma in the fields listed in the table below.
Students in these fields who need experiential training are also encouraged to apply.

How to apply?

To apply, candidates should forward their application letter accompanied by a detailed CV and certified copes of their ID and qualifications by either post or hand delivery on any of the following details:

Hand delivery
Human Resource Unit
 SACE Building
240 Lenchen Avenue (corner Jean Avenue)
Post
Human Resource Unit
 Private Bag X127
 Centurion
0046
The duration of the programme is 12 months, with effect from date of appointment.
Internship Provider: South Africa Council for Educators (SACE)
Internship Location: Centurion, Gauteng
Internship Application deadline is 29 July 2016.

WESSA Learnerships

WESSA Learnerships




WESSA (the Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa) in partnership with the National Department of Tourism, is calling for matriculated, unemployed, South African’s (18-35), living at the coast, for a 28-month learnership.

The Tourism Blue Flag Project aims to support Blue Flag beaches along the coast by providing additional capacity to support tourism initiatives and adherence to Blue Flag criteria.

Participants will

Undergo comprehensive environmental and tourism training towards a National Certificate: Environmental Education, Training and Development Practice, NQF Level 5
Receive work place skills development and a basic wage

Requirements


Applications will be accepted from matriculated youth (18‐35) with a passion for people, tourism, education and coastal protection.
Good matric results and some work experience or further qualifications would be an advantage.
Selected participants will be hosted on Blue Flag beaches and they must reside within 30km of the identified beaches below:

Cape Town (Silwerstroomstrand, Melkbosstrand, Clifton 4th, Camps Bay, Llandudno, Seaforth, Fish Hoek, Muizenberg, Strandfontein, Mnandi, Bikini);
Overstrand (Kleinmond, Hawston, Grotto);
Hessequa (Witsand, Preekstoel, Jongensfontein, Stilbaai Wes, Lappiesbaai, Gouritzmond); Mossel Bay (Santos, Hartenbos, De Bakke, Klein Brak);
George (Wilderness);
Knysna (Buffalo Bay, Brenton);
Bitou (Robberg, Lookout, The Dunes, Keurboomstrand, Nature’s Valley); Kouga (Dolphin);
Nelson Mandela (Hobie; Humewood;
Kings); Ndlambe (Boknes; Kenton; Kariega; Kelly’s, Kleinemonde);
Amathole (Birah; Hamburg);
Mbizana (Mtenthu, Mzamba);
Hibiscus (Trafalgar; Marina; Ramsgate; Hibberdene; Lucien; Southport; Umzumbe);
Kwadukuza (Willard, Salt Rock, Blythdale, Zinkwazi);
Mandeni (Dokodweni).

Closing date is 10 July 2016.

No late applications will be accepted.

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Multichoice Learnerships

Multichoice Learnerships




MultiChoice is looking for a graduate to participate in a Payroll Accountant Internship position based in Randburg.

Multichoice Learnership Duties and Responsibilties


Processing payroll related payments on Standard Bank Business on-line
Ensure daily payments have the correct supporting documents, reconcile to payroll totals and submit to the relevant authorisers for payment release.
Process confidential (ISP, contractors and recruitment) payments, as per Management request
Process bursary payments and maintain debtor’s book
Daily allocation of payments from salary cashbook accounts on SAP
Daily filing of payroll payments
Monthly Bank Reconciliations for salary bank accounts

Prepare a cashbook journal and send to MWeb
Prepare Balance sheet reconciliations for all payroll related control accounts
Assist with the investigation of the reconciling items by following up with payroll administrators, investigating non-payroll related entries and tracing to the source
Processing payroll related re-allocation journals
Processing intercompany journals and invoices
Distribution of payroll costing reports
Extraction of payroll journals from the payroll system
Ensure payroll journal balances to payroll costing report prior to importing to SAP
Prepare a schedule of leave provisions and send to business for processing
Prepare headcount reports
Process Executive payroll journal
Assisting with payroll cost related queries
Ad-hoc payroll reporting
Assist Payroll Teal Leader with payroll related duties such as:
The preparation of import files,
QA of payroll processing.

Knowledge

B Com (Accounting) or equivalent
Statutory understanding (company and Income Tax Act)
Financial accounting knowledge
Computer (spreadsheet, financial system, general)
Report writing
Skills

Attention to detail
Conscientious
Analytical skills
Deadline driven
Pro-active
Good written and verbal skills
Able to work in a pressurized environment
Problem solving
Multi-tasking
Personal Qualities

Team player
Ambition
Perseverance
Adaptable
Commitment
Time management
Accuracy
Applications close on 11 July 2016.

How To Apply?

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Goodyear Graduates Programme

Goodyear Graduates Programme




Have you recently qualified or are due to complete your studies at the end of 2016?

Are you ready to take the next big step, find a career with a reputable company, but have little or no work experience?

Our two year programme will afford you an opportunity to learn from top-quality professionals of a global company that is a leader in tyre innovation.

The programme is well structured and consists of on-the-job training, formal training, self-development, leadership as well as professional development.

Through our Graduate in Training Programme we ensure that Goodyear secures a competitive advantage by attracting young and dynamic individuals with the correct skills into the organisation.

As a result and in line with our vision, the company is committed to providing a supportive learning environment, which will ultimately ensure the success of our graduates.

Graduates are not only exposed to a prestigious international company, but will also have the privilege of learning from top professionals with specialised knowledge and skills.

You will have the opportunities to:

Attend modular training linked with Goodyear disciplines and leadership skills.
Rotate through the various areas of specialisation relating to your field of study.
Learn about our organisation in a fun way: Tours, simulations, networking and projects, organisation exposure.

Closing DAte: 08 August 2016

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Imperial Learnerships/Internships

Imperial Learnerships/Internships 




Imperial are looking for highly motivated individuals, who will need to work with clients and colleagues, good communication skills are a necessity.

HR Graduate / Internship Opportunity in JHB

HR Graduate / Internship Opportunity in Cape Town

Either a 3 or 4 year degree in the following:

Bcom Honours HR / Industrial Psychology.
Bcom HR / Industrial Psychology.
BTech HR
Diploma HR
No work experience required but should you have up to two years experience you can still be considered.
Logistics Graduate / Internship Opportunity in JHB

Either a 3 or 4 year degree in the following:

Bcom Honours Logistics / Supply Chain Management / Transport / Operations.
Bcom Logistics / Supply Chain Management / Transport / Operations.
BTech Logistics / Transport / Operations
Diploma Logistics / Transport
No work experience required but should you have up to two years experience you can still be considered.
Logistics Graduate / Internship Opportunity in Cape Town

Either a 3 or 4 year degree in the following:

Bcom Honours Logistics / Supply Chain Management / Transport / Operations.
Bcom Logistics / Supply Chain Management / Transport / Operations.
BTech Logistics / Transport / Operations
Diploma Logistics / Transport
No work experience required but should you have up to two years experience you can still be considered.
CIMA Graduate / Internship Opportunity in JHB

BCom Honours Financial or Management Accounting.
BCom Financial or Management Accounting.
Our requirements are either a 3 or 4 year degree in the field (CIMA). Work experience is not required but should you have up to two years work experience you can be considered for this programme.
CIMA Graduate / Internship Opportunity in Cape Town

BCom Honours Financial or Management Accounting.
BCom Financial or Management Accounting.
Our requirements are either a 3 or 4 year degree in the field (CIMA). Work experience is not required but should you have up to two years work experience you can be considered for this programme.
Close Date: 31 August 2016

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