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)

Apprenticeship Programme at Toyota SA

As a leader in the world advancement of automobile technology, Toyota endeavours to invest in school leavers with its highly respected Apprentice Programme. As an apprentice you will receive the best vocational training in Durban, KZN.

Albert Wessel’s Technical Training Centre has vacancies for apprenticeships in the following disciplines: Tool, Jig and Die makers. The incumbent will be placed in an hourly position for the duration of the Apprenticeship. There is no guarantee of a permanent placement at the end of the Apprenticeship. Placements will be vacancy driven.

Incumbents will be trained in the Tool Jig And Die Making discipline.

Requirements

  • Mechanical Trade
  • NTC3 or Technical Matric with Maths, Engineering Science, Technical Drawing, Graphical Design and Mechanical Work.
  • Workshop experience and a trade related subject (mechanical work).
  • Ex-NTIP (National Tooling Initiative programme)/TDM (Tool, Die and Mould) training would be an advantage

How to apply

Applications close on 14 June 2016. Click here to apply online

UNEMPLOYED YOUTH(18 to 35) ARE NEEDED FOR Warehouse and Packaging Job. No Experience required

UNEMPLOYED MATRICULATES ARE NEEDED FOR Warehouse and Packaging Learnership/job. No Experience required.

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

  • Minimum Matric
  • No Experience required

With our global footprint of over 70,000 employees, strong portfolio of brands and spread of operations across developed and developing markets, SABMiller is well placed to continually improve on this growth.

A Learnership is a structured learning programme that combines theoretical training and on-the-job learning in an integrated programme.

The theoretical aspects of the learning are entrenched with work-based learning.

UNEMPLOYED LEARNER FOR PACKAGING LEARNERSHIP

Reference Code: SAB-ZA-21650

To provide 12 people with an opportunity to enrol for a National Certificate in Food and Beverage Packaging, NQF Level 3.

They will enter into a fixed term contract with ABI Midrand Manufacturing, during which they will undergo both on-the-job and theoretical learning, culminating in a national qualification.

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

• Minimum Matric/N3 certificate in Engineering with mathematics and science or studying towards a relevant degree/diploma.

• No experience required

Further characteristics of a Learnership are:

• A Learnership leads to a national qualification registered on the (NQF) Qualification Framework.
• The qualification is based on SAQA (South African Qualifications Authority) registered unit standards.
• The unit standards are written to reflect value adding skills required in the workplace and contains the outcomes and assessment criteria.
• Competence is demonstrated in the workplace utilizing a variety of assessment methods and using the assessment criteria as the standard of performance.

UNEMPLOYED LEARNER FOR WAREHOUSE LEARNERSHIP:

Reference Code: SAB-ZA-21648

KEY PURPOSE

The purpose of this program is to equip learners to understand and acquaint themselves with the underlying principles of all of the major areas related to distribution within the Wholesale & Retail sector, thus enabling them to become more effective employees.

This Certificate provides learners with grounding in all areas of Distribution.

This may enable them not only to increase their productivity within the Wholesale and Retail Sector but also to apply their learning in various other business environments.

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

  • Minimum Matric with Maths and Science
  • Diploma: Logistics Management an added advantage
  • No Experience required

DURATION OF THE LEARNING PROGRAMME:

A learner embarking on this Qualification needs to obtain a minimum value of 120 credits to qualify for the Qualification; this learnership runs over a period of 12 months.

The advert has minimum requirements listed. Management reserves the right to use additional or relevant information as criteria for short-listing.

LEARNERSHIP: The qualified learner will be exposed to:

• Reading, writing and verbal communication within the distribution environment
• Rational and irrational numbers and number systems
• Receiving of stock into the wholesale or retail outlet
• Maintaining stock balances
• Safe delivery of stock to customers
• Legal requirement, organisation policies and procedures for the transportation of goods
• Administrative functions related to stock receipt and delivery
• The packing of stock in appropriately selected areas
• Picking of stock
• The financial impact of stock on the business
• Picking, packing and movement of stock in order to minimize damages
• Stock flow through the DC/Warehouse
• The recording of stock movement on the stock management system
• Stock take procedures
• The wholesale & retail business environment
• Legislation regarding Occupational Health and Safety and applicable safety procedures in the workplace
• Appropriate actions to be taken with regards to hazards and emergency situations
• Maintaining of Internal and external housekeeping standards

• Maintaining of Customer service and satisfaction levels

COMPETENCIES

• Self motivated
• Attention to detail
• Ability to interact well in teams

• Ability to work effectively in teams

Location: ABI Midrand Manufacturing
Country: South Africa

City: Olifantsfontein

HOW TO APPLY

Click Here to PACKAGING LEARNER

Click Here to WAREHOUSE LEARNER

 

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 certificate ,Salary :R11 871.75 pm

DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SANITATION.

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 certificate ,Salary :R11 871.75 pm

REF NO: 170616/29

SALARY : R142 461 per annum, Level 05
CENTRE : Mbombela
REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 certificate or equivalent. Three (3) years appropriate Experience will be
an added advantage. Computer literacy will be an added advantage.
Recommendations: A thorough knowledge of Customer care service, Water use
Registration, National Water act (Act 36 of 1998) Water Service Act (Act 108 of
1997) and the National Water Use Registration. Computer literacy is essential.
DUTIES : Ensure data quality and all procedures are met throughout the water use
registration and licencing process. Keep record of amendments made on water
use registration and licencing. File registration and licensing documents. Keep
record draw files. Investigate return to sender (RTS) cases, Correct address in
WARMS and maintain RTS progress database. Investigate and implement
WARMS bulletins. Implement all approved amendments to WARMS licenses and
registration in WARMS. Provide all amendment to financial staff. Help desk
service (customer care).
ENQUIRIES : Mr. S Nkuna Tel no: 013-759 7317
NOTE : Preference will be given to the following designated groups People with
disabilities, Indians (Females & Males) Coloureds (Females & Males), White
(Females) and then followed by African Females

UNEMPLOYED MATRICULATES ARE NEEDED FOR Warehouse and Packaging Learnership. No Experience required

UNEMPLOYED MATRICULATES ARE NEEDED FOR Warehouse and Packaging Learnership. No Experience required

SABMILLER

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

  • Minimum Matric
  • No Experience required

With our global footprint of over 70,000 employees, strong portfolio of brands and spread of operations across developed and developing markets, SABMiller is well placed to continually improve on this growth.

A Learnership is a structured learning programme that combines theoretical training and on-the-job learning in an integrated programme.

The theoretical aspects of the learning are entrenched with work-based learning.

UNEMPLOYED LEARNER FOR PACKAGING LEARNERSHIP

Reference Code: SAB-ZA-21650

To provide 12 people with an opportunity to enrol for a National Certificate in Food and Beverage Packaging, NQF Level 3.

They will enter into a fixed term contract with ABI Midrand Manufacturing, during which they will undergo both on-the-job and theoretical learning, culminating in a national qualification.

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

• Minimum Matric/N3 certificate in Engineering with mathematics and science or studying towards a relevant degree/diploma.

• No experience required

Further characteristics of a Learnership are:

• A Learnership leads to a national qualification registered on the (NQF) Qualification Framework.
• The qualification is based on SAQA (South African Qualifications Authority) registered unit standards.
• The unit standards are written to reflect value adding skills required in the workplace and contains the outcomes and assessment criteria.
• Competence is demonstrated in the workplace utilizing a variety of assessment methods and using the assessment criteria as the standard of performance.

UNEMPLOYED LEARNER FOR WAREHOUSE LEARNERSHIP:

Reference Code: SAB-ZA-21648

KEY PURPOSE

The purpose of this program is to equip learners to understand and acquaint themselves with the underlying principles of all of the major areas related to distribution within the Wholesale & Retail sector, thus enabling them to become more effective employees.

This Certificate provides learners with grounding in all areas of Distribution.

This may enable them not only to increase their productivity within the Wholesale and Retail Sector but also to apply their learning in various other business environments.

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

  • Minimum Matric with Maths and Science
  • Diploma: Logistics Management an added advantage
  • No Experience required

DURATION OF THE LEARNING PROGRAMME:

A learner embarking on this Qualification needs to obtain a minimum value of 120 credits to qualify for the Qualification; this learnership runs over a period of 12 months.

The advert has minimum requirements listed. Management reserves the right to use additional or relevant information as criteria for short-listing.

LEARNERSHIP: The qualified learner will be exposed to:

• Reading, writing and verbal communication within the distribution environment
• Rational and irrational numbers and number systems
• Receiving of stock into the wholesale or retail outlet
• Maintaining stock balances
• Safe delivery of stock to customers
• Legal requirement, organisation policies and procedures for the transportation of goods
• Administrative functions related to stock receipt and delivery
• The packing of stock in appropriately selected areas
• Picking of stock
• The financial impact of stock on the business
• Picking, packing and movement of stock in order to minimize damages
• Stock flow through the DC/Warehouse
• The recording of stock movement on the stock management system
• Stock take procedures
• The wholesale & retail business environment
• Legislation regarding Occupational Health and Safety and applicable safety procedures in the workplace
• Appropriate actions to be taken with regards to hazards and emergency situations
• Maintaining of Internal and external housekeeping standards

• Maintaining of Customer service and satisfaction levels

COMPETENCIES

• Self motivated
• Attention to detail
• Ability to interact well in teams

• Ability to work effectively in teams

Location: ABI Midrand Manufacturing
Country: South Africa

City: Olifantsfontein

HOW TO APPLY

Click Here to PACKAGING LEARNER

Click Here to WAREHOUSE LEARNER

SABMiller Warehouse and Packaging Learnership

SABMILLER

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

  • Minimum Matric with Maths and Science
  • No Experience required

 

With our global footprint of over 70,000 employees, strong portfolio of brands and spread of operations across developed and developing markets, SABMiller is well placed to continually improve on this growth.

A Learnership is a structured learning programme that combines theoretical training and on-the-job learning in an integrated programme.

The theoretical aspects of the learning are entrenched with work-based learning.

UNEMPLOYED LEARNER FOR PACKAGING LEARNERSHIP

Reference Code: SAB-ZA-21650

To provide 12 people with an opportunity to enrol for a National Certificate in Food and Beverage Packaging, NQF Level 3.

They will enter into a fixed term contract with ABI Midrand Manufacturing, during which they will undergo both on-the-job and theoretical learning, culminating in a national qualification.

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

• Minimum Matric/N3 certificate in Engineering with mathematics and science or studying towards a relevant degree/diploma.

• No experience required

Further characteristics of a Learnership are:

• A Learnership leads to a national qualification registered on the (NQF) Qualification Framework.
• The qualification is based on SAQA (South African Qualifications Authority) registered unit standards.
• The unit standards are written to reflect value adding skills required in the workplace and contains the outcomes and assessment criteria.
• Competence is demonstrated in the workplace utilizing a variety of assessment methods and using the assessment criteria as the standard of performance.

UNEMPLOYED LEARNER FOR WAREHOUSE LEARNERSHIP:

Reference Code: SAB-ZA-21648

KEY PURPOSE

The purpose of this program is to equip learners to understand and acquaint themselves with the underlying principles of all of the major areas related to distribution within the Wholesale & Retail sector, thus enabling them to become more effective employees.

This Certificate provides learners with grounding in all areas of Distribution.

This may enable them not only to increase their productivity within the Wholesale and Retail Sector but also to apply their learning in various other business environments.

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

  • Minimum Matric with Maths and Science
  • Diploma: Logistics Management an added advantage
  • No Experience required

DURATION OF THE LEARNING PROGRAMME:

A learner embarking on this Qualification needs to obtain a minimum value of 120 credits to qualify for the Qualification; this learnership runs over a period of 12 months.

The advert has minimum requirements listed. Management reserves the right to use additional or relevant information as criteria for short-listing.

LEARNERSHIP: The qualified learner will be exposed to:

• Reading, writing and verbal communication within the distribution environment
• Rational and irrational numbers and number systems
• Receiving of stock into the wholesale or retail outlet
• Maintaining stock balances
• Safe delivery of stock to customers
• Legal requirement, organisation policies and procedures for the transportation of goods
• Administrative functions related to stock receipt and delivery
• The packing of stock in appropriately selected areas
• Picking of stock
• The financial impact of stock on the business
• Picking, packing and movement of stock in order to minimize damages
• Stock flow through the DC/Warehouse
• The recording of stock movement on the stock management system
• Stock take procedures
• The wholesale & retail business environment
• Legislation regarding Occupational Health and Safety and applicable safety procedures in the workplace
• Appropriate actions to be taken with regards to hazards and emergency situations
• Maintaining of Internal and external housekeeping standards

• Maintaining of Customer service and satisfaction levels

COMPETENCIES

• Self motivated
• Attention to detail
• Ability to interact well in teams

• Ability to work effectively in teams

Location: ABI Midrand Manufacturing
Country: South Africa

City: Olifantsfontein

HOW TO APPLY

Click Here to PACKAGING LEARNER

Click Here to WAREHOUSE LEARNER

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 certificate ,Salary :R11 871.75 pm

DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SANITATION.

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 certificate ,Salary :R11 871.75 pm

REF NO: 170616/29

SALARY : R142 461 per annum, Level 05
CENTRE : Mbombela
REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 certificate or equivalent. Three (3) years appropriate Experience will be
an added advantage. Computer literacy will be an added advantage.
Recommendations: A thorough knowledge of Customer care service, Water use
Registration, National Water act (Act 36 of 1998) Water Service Act (Act 108 of
1997) and the National Water Use Registration. Computer literacy is essential.
DUTIES : Ensure data quality and all procedures are met throughout the water use
registration and licencing process. Keep record of amendments made on water
use registration and licencing. File registration and licensing documents. Keep
record draw files. Investigate return to sender (RTS) cases, Correct address in
WARMS and maintain RTS progress database. Investigate and implement
WARMS bulletins. Implement all approved amendments to WARMS licenses and
registration in WARMS. Provide all amendment to financial staff. Help desk
service (customer care).
ENQUIRIES : Mr. S Nkuna Tel no: 013-759 7317
NOTE : Preference will be given to the following designated groups People with
disabilities, Indians (Females & Males) Coloureds (Females & Males), White
(Females) and then followed by African Females