Purchasing Supply Chain Management Learnership

An exciting new opportunity has opened up at Pyrotec Cape Town. The logistics department shall be providing an opportunity for a dedicated and hardworking individual to join the company on a purchasing/supply chain management learnership.

Pyrotec is a privately owned South African company specialising in a comprehensive range of coding and labelling equipment, on-pack informational and promotional devices, services that can detect and combat counterfeit activities, self-adhesive and hardware products for offices and homes as well as a range of kids craft activities.

The successful candidate shall assist the Purchasing Supervisor as well as the overall Logistics department.

This learnership involves the company paying for the successful candidate to complete a one year course whilst the individual works as a purchasing/supply chain management trainee.

Please note this learnership position shall be for one year only.

Requirements:

  • Matriculation certificate
  • Computer literate – intermediate to advanced
  • References will be required
  • Office environment work experience within a finance or logistics environmentCore Competencies
        • Possess a solid work ethic
        • Assertiveness and drive
        • Planning and organising skills
        • Accuracy skills – attention to detail
        • Ability to remain calm whilst working within a pressurised, stressful and busy environment.

    Responsibilities:

        • Purchasing – materials and production requirements
        • Liaising with relevant suppliers and following up on suppliers’ invoices, statements, orders etc.
        • Obtaining necessary quotes
        • Assisting with estimating when required
        • Administration duties
        • Generate and issue purchase orders
        • Handling customer/supplier queries when necessary
        • Ensure compliance to Pyrotec’s policies and procedures
        • Assisting with the co-ordination of stock management and stock take

    HOW TO APPLY

    Click Here to SELECT AND APPLY VIA PYROTEC CAREER PAGE

Mediclinic want people with grade 12 for New job opening (*argent post*)

Mediclinic invite applications for Pharmacist’s Assistant Learnership Programmes based in Bellville, Nelspruit and Tshwane (Sunnyside). The course leading to a Pharmacist’s Assistant (Basic) is a one year programme which consists of theoretical and clinical components. Successful applicants will be placed at Mediclinic Geneva,  Legae, Gynaecological Hospital & Thabazimbi.

The programme’s objective is to provide learners with the appropriate knowledge and skills needed to register as a qualified Pharmacist’s Assistant (Basic). Learners will be equipped to develop their competencies in the underlying principles of all the major areas related to the pharmaceutical environment.

Format of Tuition: Teaching is contact-based, using problem solving and self-study. Learners is accompanied by tutors (registered pharmacists), in real life settings in pharmacies. The curriculum is outcomes-based. Successful candidates will be put on a HWSETA Learnership and Mediclinic (Pty) Ltd will carry all additional costs. Learners are responsible for the cost of any recommended books.

Requirements

  • Grade 12 with entrance to a certificate programme
  • Mathematics at NQF level 4 (min. 40%)
  • English at NQF level 4 (min. 40%)
  • In line with employment equity needs
  • South African citizenship
  • Successful psychometric testing and interview

The following documentation will be required

  • Short CV
  • Certified copy of grade 12 certificate or final grade 11 academic results
  • Certified copy of front page of ID book
  • Proof of South African citizenship

The following will be arranged if above-mentioned criteria are met:

  • Applicants will undergo a psychometric assessment, interview and Health Assessment which form part of the selection process
  • Placement on the programme is not guaranteed.

How to apply

Closing date is 31 July 2016. Click here to apply online

Mediclinic want people with grade 12 for New job opening (*argent post*)

Mediclinic invite applications for Pharmacist’s Assistant Learnership Programmes based in Bellville, Nelspruit and Tshwane (Sunnyside). The course leading to a Pharmacist’s Assistant (Basic) is a one year programme which consists of theoretical and clinical components. Successful applicants will be placed at Mediclinic Geneva,  Legae, Gynaecological Hospital & Thabazimbi.

The programme’s objective is to provide learners with the appropriate knowledge and skills needed to register as a qualified Pharmacist’s Assistant (Basic). Learners will be equipped to develop their competencies in the underlying principles of all the major areas related to the pharmaceutical environment.

Format of Tuition: Teaching is contact-based, using problem solving and self-study. Learners is accompanied by tutors (registered pharmacists), in real life settings in pharmacies. The curriculum is outcomes-based. Successful candidates will be put on a HWSETA Learnership and Mediclinic (Pty) Ltd will carry all additional costs. Learners are responsible for the cost of any recommended books.

Requirements

  • Grade 12 with entrance to a certificate programme
  • Mathematics at NQF level 4 (min. 40%)
  • English at NQF level 4 (min. 40%)
  • In line with employment equity needs
  • South African citizenship
  • Successful psychometric testing and interview

The following documentation will be required

  • Short CV
  • Certified copy of grade 12 certificate or final grade 11 academic results
  • Certified copy of front page of ID book
  • Proof of South African citizenship

The following will be arranged if above-mentioned criteria are met:

  • Applicants will undergo a psychometric assessment, interview and Health Assessment which form part of the selection process
  • Placement on the programme is not guaranteed.

How to apply

Closing date is 31 July 2016. Click here to apply online

Drop your CV here for Traffic Officer Learnership. Reqirement Grade 12

Closing Date: 15 July 2017

The Department of Community Safety, Security and Liaison invites applications for a Traffic Officer Diploma Learnership which seeks to capacitate 100 unemployed youths with knowledge of and skills in TRaffic Law Enforcement.

Preference will be given to people from previously disadvantaged communities and unemployed youths in the Mpumalanga province who meet the following requirements:

  • A minimum educational qualification of Grade 12
  • At least a Code B driver’s licence
  • Applicants should be between 18  and 35 years of age
  • Applicants must be physically fit
  • A name clearance certificate from the South African Police Force indicating that the applicant does not have a criminal record

NB: The traffic training will be coducted at the newly established Moumalanga Training College at Mkhuhlu (Calcutta) in the Bushbucksridge Local Municipality

Successful candidates will be expected to enter into a 12 month contract with the department and on completion of the course, learners will receive a Diploma in Basic Traffic Officer: NQF 4.

It is our intention to promote race, gender, and disability.

How to Apply

Applications must submitted on a Z83 form,  and must be accompanied by an updated CV, certified copies of original qualifications, academic transcripts and a copy of ID.

Application, quoting the reference number, should be forwarded to the: Director HRM & D, Department of Community Safety, Security and Liaison, Private Bag x11269, Nelspruit 1200, or hand deliver at the 2nd Floor, Building 4, Riverside Park Ext 7, Government Boulevard.

No faxed or emailed applications will be considered.

Enquiries: Mr. NL Maphanga, tel. 013 766-4064 or Mr. S. Khoza, tel. 013 766 4392.

Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidate only. If you have not been contacted within 3 months of the closing date of this advert, please accept that your application has been unsuccesful.

Government: Basic Traffic Officer Learnership Programme 2016 / 2017

Closing Date: 15 July 2017

The Department of Community Safety, Security and Liaison invites applications for a Traffic Officer Diploma Learnership which seeks to capacitate 100 unemployed youths with knowledge of and skills in TRaffic Law Enforcement.

Preference will be given to people from previously disadvantaged communities and unemployed youths in the Mpumalanga province who meet the following requirements:

  • A minimum educational qualification of Grade 12
  • At least a Code B driver’s licence
  • Applicants should be between 18  and 35 years of age
  • Applicants must be physically fit
  • A name clearance certificate from the South African Police Force indicating that the applicant does not have a criminal record

NB: The traffic training will be coducted at the newly established Moumalanga Training College at Mkhuhlu (Calcutta) in the Bushbucksridge Local Municipality

Successful candidates will be expected to enter into a 12 month contract with the department and on completion of the course, learners will receive a Diploma in Basic Traffic Officer: NQF 4.

It is our intention to promote race, gender, and disability.

How to Apply

Applications must submitted on a Z83 form,  and must be accompanied by an updated CV, certified copies of original qualifications, academic transcripts and a copy of ID.

Application, quoting the reference number, should be forwarded to the: Director HRM & D, Department of Community Safety, Security and Liaison, Private Bag x11269, Nelspruit 1200, or hand deliver at the 2nd Floor, Building 4, Riverside Park Ext 7, Government Boulevard.

No faxed or emailed applications will be considered.

Enquiries: Mr. NL Maphanga, tel. 013 766-4064 or Mr. S. Khoza, tel. 013 766 4392.

Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidate only. If you have not been contacted within 3 months of the closing date of this advert, please accept that your application has been unsuccesful.

 

 

 

Free Nursing Trainning at Mediclinic:Requirement grade 12.

Programme Diploma in Emergency Medical Care
Advertising Reference Number 20170101
Recruiter Felicity Jacobs
Requirements • Grade 12 admission to a diploma programme or equivalent with an average of 50%
• Old senior certificate: D-aggregate (950 marks)
• Mathematics at NQF level 4 with a minimum mark of 40%
• English at NQF level 4 with a minimum mark of 40%
• Physical Science at NQF level 4 with a minimum mark of 40%
• Recognition of prior learning based on criterion-referenced assessment for learners with healthcare related experience, if applicable
Description On graduation learners are equipped to render lifesaving emergency care to critically ill patients. Graduates will be equipped with an Advanced Life Support qualification and professional registration with the Health Professions Council of South Africa as an Emergency Care Technician (ECT).
Additional Information – Candidates who do not meet the minimum requirements can apply for RPL. More information regarding the RPL process is available on the Mediclinic websitehttp://www.mediclinic.co.za/careers/CareersHEO/Pages/chooseprogramme.aspx – Placement for the programme is not guaranteed.
– Additional cost will be applicable if you are selected to participate in a fitness test which form part of the selection process.
– Applicants will undergo an interview and psychometric assessment which form part of the selection process
– Please visit the Mediclinic website http://www.mediclinic.co.za/careers/CareersHEO/Pages/chooseprogramme.aspx for more information regarding the programme.

Close Date: 2016/07/31

Apply now 

MediClinic:Emergency Care Technician Learnerships

Programme Diploma in Emergency Medical Care
Advertising Reference Number 20170101
Recruiter Felicity Jacobs
Requirements • Grade 12 admission to a diploma programme or equivalent with an average of 50%
• Old senior certificate: D-aggregate (950 marks)
• Mathematics at NQF level 4 with a minimum mark of 40%
• English at NQF level 4 with a minimum mark of 40%
• Physical Science at NQF level 4 with a minimum mark of 40%
• Recognition of prior learning based on criterion-referenced assessment for learners with healthcare related experience, if applicable
Description On graduation learners are equipped to render lifesaving emergency care to critically ill patients. Graduates will be equipped with an Advanced Life Support qualification and professional registration with the Health Professions Council of South Africa as an Emergency Care Technician (ECT).
Additional Information – Candidates who do not meet the minimum requirements can apply for RPL. More information regarding the RPL process is available on the Mediclinic websitehttp://www.mediclinic.co.za/careers/CareersHEO/Pages/chooseprogramme.aspx – Placement for the programme is not guaranteed.
– Additional cost will be applicable if you are selected to participate in a fitness test which form part of the selection process.
– Applicants will undergo an interview and psychometric assessment which form part of the selection process
– Please visit the Mediclinic website http://www.mediclinic.co.za/careers/CareersHEO/Pages/chooseprogramme.aspx for more information regarding the programme.

Close Date: 2016/07/31

Apply now 

MediClinic:Emergency Care Technician Learnerships

Programme Diploma in Emergency Medical Care
Advertising Reference Number 20170101
Recruiter Felicity Jacobs
Requirements • Grade 12 admission to a diploma programme or equivalent with an average of 50%
• Old senior certificate: D-aggregate (950 marks)
• Mathematics at NQF level 4 with a minimum mark of 40%
• English at NQF level 4 with a minimum mark of 40%
• Physical Science at NQF level 4 with a minimum mark of 40%
• Recognition of prior learning based on criterion-referenced assessment for learners with healthcare related experience, if applicable
Description On graduation learners are equipped to render lifesaving emergency care to critically ill patients. Graduates will be equipped with an Advanced Life Support qualification and professional registration with the Health Professions Council of South Africa as an Emergency Care Technician (ECT).
Additional Information – Candidates who do not meet the minimum requirements can apply for RPL. More information regarding the RPL process is available on the Mediclinic websitehttp://www.mediclinic.co.za/careers/CareersHEO/Pages/chooseprogramme.aspx – Placement for the programme is not guaranteed.
– Additional cost will be applicable if you are selected to participate in a fitness test which form part of the selection process.
– Applicants will undergo an interview and psychometric assessment which form part of the selection process
– Please visit the Mediclinic website http://www.mediclinic.co.za/careers/CareersHEO/Pages/chooseprogramme.aspx for more information regarding the programme.

Close Date: 2016/07/31

Apply now 

 

 

Do you have Grade 8 or ABET ? THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SANITATION is looking for you for this new job opening

CLEANERS 5 POSTS

SALARY : R 84 096 per annum, Level 02

CENTRE : King Williams Town X 4 posts.

REF: 010716/25 A Cradock x 1 post. REF: 010716/25 B

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 8 or ABET Literacy, three (3) years experience working as a Cleaner will be an added advantage. Be able to read and write, be able to speak Xhosa and understand English DUTIES : Cleans above the floor surfaces according to surface type and best cleaning practice. Cleans hard and resilient floors according to the surface type and best cleaning practice. Cleans textile surfaces according to the surface type and best cleaning practice. Cleans abiution facilities toilets, urinals, baths, showers and basins, fixtures and fittings according. To surface type and best fittings according. To surface type and best cleaning practice. Cleans kitchens, kitchen items and surface, type, cleaning specification, worksite procedures and basic cleaning principles. Cleans building surrounds systematically in accordance with the area, surface type. Cleaning specification, worksite procedures and basic cleaning principles.

ENQUIRIES : Ms N Ndaki, Tel (043) 604 5510 (King Williams Town) Mr. S Maduna, Tel (048) 801 1300 (Cradock) NOTE : Separate applications to be completed for each post (quote the relevant reference number)

CLEANERS AT THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SANITATION 5X POSTS

CLEANERS 5 POSTS

SALARY : R 84 096 per annum, Level 02

CENTRE : King Williams Town X 4 posts.

REF: 010716/25 A Cradock x 1 post. REF: 010716/25 B

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 8 or ABET Literacy, three (3) years experience working as a Cleaner will be an added advantage. Be able to read and write, be able to speak Xhosa and understand English DUTIES : Cleans above the floor surfaces according to surface type and best cleaning practice. Cleans hard and resilient floors according to the surface type and best cleaning practice. Cleans textile surfaces according to the surface type and best cleaning practice. Cleans abiution facilities toilets, urinals, baths, showers and basins, fixtures and fittings according. To surface type and best fittings according. To surface type and best cleaning practice. Cleans kitchens, kitchen items and surface, type, cleaning specification, worksite procedures and basic cleaning principles. Cleans building surrounds systematically in accordance with the area, surface type. Cleaning specification, worksite procedures and basic cleaning principles.

ENQUIRIES : Ms N Ndaki, Tel (043) 604 5510 (King Williams Town) Mr. S Maduna, Tel (048) 801 1300 (Cradock) NOTE : Separate applications to be completed for each post (quote the relevant reference number)