African Origins Financial Services: Learnership / Graduate / Internship Programme 2018

Closing Date: 31st March 2018
Location: Johannesburg

Duration: 12 months.
Stipend for Graduate interns: R10 000 per month
Stipend for Learnerships: R3 000 per month

Candidates will be exposed to a professional practice environment, with application of actuarial and other techniques in solving a variety of business problems for clients of the company.

Learnership candidates will be expected to register for a recognised SAQA qualification in financial services for the duration of the learnership.

Internship candidates will be expected to learn further concepts and applications in an actuarial environment through an internal training program.

In addition, the candidate will be exposed to the management of business processes within the business, thus making them rounded practitioners in the industry.

Requirements

Candidates must be South African citizens from a previously disadvantaged back ground. Learnership candidates must have recently completed matric with at least a 55% pass in Mathematics or 65% in Maths Literacy, and at least 55% pass in English.

Internship candidates must have completed a SAQA recognised diploma or a university degree from a South African university, with a minimum of 60% in first year university mathematics or statistics courses to their credit.

All candidates must be able to communicate well, primarily in English. The skill to use the MS Office suite of applications: MS Word, Excel, Outlook and Powerpoint will be an advantage. The will and ability to learn are critical traits of the candidate we are seeking.

How To Apply

Contact Sandile or Rozana at +27 11 943 2317 or +27 11 943 6035, or e-mail us at enquiries@africanactuaries.co.za

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