Standard Bank new job opening for people with grade 12


Advert Details:

The Operations Learnership programme is a learnership programme targeted at an entry level role within the Corporate & Investment Banking Operations area in the Bank.
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.


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.


  1. Be between the ages of 18-30
  2. Be able to speak, read and write English
  3. 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
  4. Be computer literate
  5. Not be employed
  6. Not be studying at any other institution
  7. Not be registered on any other learnership

The Recruitment Process:

  1. Closing date for applications is the 05 August 2016
  1. Candidates will be required to complete relevant assessments
  2. The following checks will be conducted:
    1. Register for Employees Dismissed (RED) checks;
    2. Credit and criminal record checks;
    3. Reference checks with previous employers;
    4. Verification of educational qualifications and
    5. Proof of South African citizenship or South African residency

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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.



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)

Unemployed people willing to start working at anytime are needed to register at this database

How To Register as a Work-seeker at the department of labour database

Unemployed people can register as work-seekers at their nearest labour centre. This will enable employers to find them if they are looking for candidates for learnerships.

Registering as work-seeker

Unemployed people should use the following steps to register as work-seekers:

Step 1: Complete the Work-seeker Registration Form

Unemployed people must complete the Work-seeker Registration Form and hand it in at their nearest labour centre.

Step 2: Keep your contact details up to date

Work-seekers must keep in contact with the labour centre and let them know as soon as their details change.

Step 3: Be prepared for interviews

Keep your CV up to date and prepare for interviews.

Related Links

The Skills Development Act requires all new learners to sign an employment contract with their employer

The Skills Development Act provides procedures for resolving disputes about learnerships (a type of apprenticeship)

The Skills Development Act allows Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs) to start learnerships only if certain conditions are met

The Skills Development Levy Act stipulates that employers must register to pay the levy.

Workers should ask and encourage employers to start learnerships.

All employers must fill in and send forms with a copy of the registration certificate of the Registrar of Companies or their ID document to register with the fund.

How to contact the Department of Labour

Downlad work seeker Registration form