National Treasury: CA Traineeship Programme 2017

Closing Date: 30 September 2016

CAA trainees are offered competitive market – related salaries, which are structured accordi ng to the individual qualifications .

Criteria

To qualify for the CAA, candidates must have completed or be in their final year of completing the Certificate in the T heory of Accounting (CTA) , Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting (PGDA) or B.Com Accounting Honours , which will enable them to write the qualifying board examination.

How to apply 

Download and Complete and submit the CAA application form, and attach the following:

• Completed application form • Certified copy of your SA identity document • Full official academic record

Submit completed applications via e – mail to caa@treasury.gov.za  or Post to: The Training Officer National Treasury Private Bag X 115 Pretoria 0001 Closing dates for applications: 30 September 201 6

Do you have Grade 12 , Can you work as Firefighters ,Free training is provided

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Sasol in Secunda, Mpumalanga, is looking for physically fit and healthy youngsters to join their brave and dynamic team of firefighters.

Geographical area: Secunda

Preference will be given to local residents under the age of 20, who can muster heights and confined spaces, are mentally and physically capable to respond to emergencies and apply mitigating measures, have a minimum Grade 12 Senior Certificate or N3 and a Code B learner’s licence.

Junior Firefighters need no experience, as all training and tools of the trade will be provided.

Opportunities also exist for experienced Firefighters who must have a minimum Grade 12 Senior Certificate or N3 and a Code C1 driver’s license, Level 3 First Aid, Fire Fighter 1&2 and Hazmat Awareness & Hazmat Operations certification.

Sasol is committed to establishing a diverse workforce.

Closing date of ad: 3 June 2016

Click Here to apply 

Bursary and Trainee Accountant Opportunities at Transnet

Transnet SOC Ltd is a focused freight transport company delivering integrated, efficient, safe, reliable and cost effective services to promote economic growth in South Africa.

As part of our human capital development strategy, we are offering bursaries to B.Eng or B.Sc. Engineering students and Chartered Accountants Training Programme. This aligns to address Transnet’s skills needs in support of the Company’s Market Demand Strategy

Bursary Application (B.Eng or Bsc Engineering) Minimum Requirements 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

• Mechanical

• Electrical (Heavy Current)

• Industrial

• Electronic

• Metallurgy (Physical)

Charted Accountants Training (CAT) 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 transcript, degree, proof of final year CTA university registration.

How to Apply

Bursaries

bursaries@transnet.net / fax: (011 774 9235)

Opening Date: 01 May – Closing Date: 31 July

CA Trainee Program

catraining@transnet.net

Opening Date: 01 May – Closing Date: 31 July

Transnet urges clients and suppliers to report fraud or corruption at Transnet to the Tip-Offs Anonymous Hotline: 0800 003 056 Email: Transnet@tip-offs.com.

 

DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SANITATION VACANCIES

From un-skilled to skilled jobs.

If you want to join the department of Water and Sanitation you must send us you CV now.

Educational requirements

Grade 8 to University qualification.

APPLICATIONS : Please forward your applications quoting the relevant reference number for Centre: Pretoria: To the Department of Water and Sanitation, Private Bag X 350 Pretoria 0001 or hand deliver at Continental Building, corner Cnr Visagie and Bosman, street, Pretoria. For attention: Ms Cindy Mazibuko. For Centre : Western Cape Regional Office Please forward your applications quoting the relevant reference number to The Regional Head: Western Cape, Department of Water and Sanitation, Private Bag X16, Sanlamhof, 7532 or hand deliver to Sigma Building, 3 Blanckenberg Road, and Bellville. For attention: Mr. B. Saki 021 941 6018 For Centre Mmabatho: Please forward your applications quoting the relevant reference number to The Provincial Head, Department of Water and Sanitation, Private Bag x 5, Mmabatho 2735. Cnr Dr. James Moroka Drive and Sekame Road Mega City Shopping Centre Unit 99, Ground Floor. For attention: Ms K Mutloane For Centre Durban/Dundee Please forward your applications quoting the reference number to the: Provincial Head: KwaZulu-Natal, Department of Water and Sanitation, P O Box 1018, Durban, 4000 or hand deliver to 88 Joe Slovo Street, Southern Life Building, 9th Floor, Durban. For attention: The Manager (Human Resources)

CLOSING DATE : 03 June 2016 AT16H00

NOTE : Applications must be submitted on a signed and dated Z83 form, obtainable from any Public Service Department, and should be accompanied by a comprehensive CV as well as certified copies of qualifications and Identity Document. For all posts, please forward your application quoting the relevant reference number, to the address mentioned at each post. No late, faxed or e-mailed applications will be accepted. Note: If you have not heard from us within two (2) months of the closing date, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Preference will be given to previously disadvantage groups. If no suitable candidates from the unrepresented groups can be recruited, candidates from the represented groups will be considered. Successful applicants will be required to undergo standard Government security clearance procedures and verification of qualification prior to appointment. Should you be in a possession of a foreign qualification(s), it must be accompanied by an evaluation from South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). “All SMS shortlisted candidates will be subjected to a technical exercise that intends to test relevant technical elements of the job, the logistics of which will be communicated by the department. Following the interview and technical exercise, the selection panel will recommend candidates to attend a generic managerial competency assessment (in compliance with the DPSA Directive on the implementation of competency based assessments). The competency assessment will be testing generic managerial competencies using the mandated DPSA SMS competency assessment tools” People with disabilities are highly encouraged to apply for the posts.

Click here to Download a current vacancies list in PDF now

Eskom: Electrical Engineering Traineeeship Opportunity

Closing Date : 03 June 2016
Location : Germiston and Witbank

Reference Number : 5000267370DM

Requirements

  • National Diploma Electrical Engineering (Heavy Current)

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 and cognitive thinking ability
  • Excellent communication skills particularly verbal communication
  • Ability to work in a team

How to apply 

Apply Online for the Eskom: Electrical Engineering Traineeeship Opportunity May 2016

 

 

SAB Miller: In-Service Traineeship Programme 2016

Location: Port Elizabeth As part of the experiential training, successful candidates will be required to operate and maintain the required throughput within the Brewing process to achieve optimal equipment efficiencies. FET internships: For students who require 12 months plant exposure in order to obtain a National Diploma OR In-Service Traineeship: For students from the University of Technology who require 12 months to complete core and elective modules in their logbooks to obtain a national Higher Diploma.

Requirements

QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE: Working toward or completing a:

Chemical Engineering,
Microbiology,
Biotechnology or Biochemistry qualification
PC Literacy
Ability to work in teams
Selection is based on Academic Records, Academic Performance and Field of study. Applications will be required to undergo psychometric assessments.

Output And Accountabilities

KEY OUTPUTS: Understand the chemical process of brewing the beer Provide an opportunity to fulfill their experiential training or plant operation exposure Monitor process performance Work in teams Contribute to continued improvement at Ibhayi Brewery Contribute to continued quality improvement initiatives KEY ATTRIBUTES AND COMPETENCIES Ability to work shifts Team player Vigilant with a bias for action Problem solving ability Manual dexterity Technical aptitude Additional Information

How To Apply

Interested apoplicants, who meet the above specifications should submit the following documentation: Detailed CV including certified copy of ID Certified copy of most recent academic transcript Copy of Tertiary Institute curriculum/requirements for In Service Training These positions will be shift based.

Apply Online for the SAB Miller In-Service Traineeship Programme in Port Elizabeth

The advert has minimum requirements listed. Management reserves the right to use additional / relevant information as criteria for short-listing. Background checks and references form part of SAB’s application procedure.

Thandulwazi Maths & Science Academy: Teacher Training Programme 2016 / 2017

Closing Date: 13 May 2016

The Thandulwazi Intern-Teacher Training Programme, in partnership with St Stithians College, is offering prospective teachers the opportunity to study towards a part-time 4-year Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) or 2-year postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE), through UNISA, while gaining workplace experience at St Stithians College. These positions will be appointed from January 2017.

Preference will be given to aspiring teachers who are:

  • Passionate about exploring a career in teaching Mathematics, Life Sciences, Physical or Natural Science.
  • Students already registered in one of the above courses with UNISA.
  • Grade 12 learners eager to explore a career in teaching who display strong academic results especially in Maths and/or Science. Applicants need to have obtained a minimum of 60% in the required subjects in order to be considered.
  • South African citizens residing in Johannesburg.
  • From previously disadvantaged groups and/or students in need of financial assistance. (Students who wish to gain on-the-job experience, but don’t need financial assistance may also apply).

Benefits you will receive:

  • Mentoring by an experienced educator.
  • Valuable professional training and workplace experience within an IEB school environment.

In addition, you may qualify for one or more of the following benefits, depending on your financial needs analysis:

  • Payment of tuition fees at UNISA and a textbook allowance.
  • Daily meal allowance during term time.
  • Workshop conference allowance.
  • A monthly stipend.

How to apply 

Please note that there is no accommodation offered as part of this programme.
If you would like to apply for this wonderful opportunity, please Apply Online for the Thandulwazi Maths & Science Academy Teacher Training Programme

 

Work-seekers needed at Harambee

Do I have to pay to apply to Harambee?

No. Harambee Youth Employment Accelerators is a free service to work-seekers. The only cost in applying is for transport to our assessment centres. Be aware that there are many scam artists posing as Harambee employees who take money from candidates and “guarantee” them a position. These people are criminals: you must never pay anything to anyone promising you a place at Harambee.

What are the basic requirements for becoming a Harambee?

To become a Harambee, you have to:

  • Be 18 to 28 years old
  • Be a South African citizen
  • Have a matric 
  • Have never been blacklisted
  • Have no criminal record
  • Have attended a township or rural school
  • Be currently unemployed
  • Have not been permanently employed for more than 12 months
  • Have been actively looking for work for more than six months

Where are the Harambee assessment centres?

We have assessment centres in Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth. All our centres are close to main transport hubs and you only have to come in once to be assessed.

How long is the assessment?

Expect to be at our centre for about five hours. First we give you a Harambee overview, then you will write a computer assessment and receive feedback on your assessment. There may also be interview training on the day to prepare you for potential interviews.

What happens if I don’t pass the assessment?

You may not be suitable for a specific job we are recruiting for but Harambee will keep your details on our database. If you meet the requirements for a new job that becomes available we will contact you.

If I fail the assessment can I reapply to redo the assessment?

No, you can’t reapply to Harambee. Once you have had your first assessment we will have your information on our database and will call you back for any opportunity that matches your profile.

If I get a job through Harambee but don’t like it, can I come back for more bridging?

No, you can’t. Once you get a job you are removed from our system.

Will the bridging guarantee me a job?

No process at Harambee guarantees you a job. We try to facilitate opportunities and links with businesses for young people, but it is up to you to get the job.

How can I get my friends to apply?

Give them our email, mobisite and website details.

Can I work at Harambee?

We only recruit through our assessment processes. We do not accept CVs for casual work in our assessment and sourcing teams.

What if I have no computer experience?

Many of the Harambee candidates do not have computer experience. This is not a problem, we train all candidates on essential computer skills during the bridging programme.

 

How do I apply to become a Harambee?

You can apply using your cellphone on our mobile site: www.harambee.mobi

We DO NOT accept applications via our Facebook page.

Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Officers

The City of Johannesburg hereby invites applicants who are interested in undergoing an intense training programme, to qualify as Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Officers, to apply. Deadline for applications is 21 January 2016

Terms of training and possible employment: Metro Police Trainees will be accepted and undergo training for 18 months. Upon successful completion of the training programme, trainees will be considered for employment as Metro Police Officers.

Requirements

The Applicant must:

  • Be in possession of a valid Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or equivalent;
  • A Traffic Warden Certificate;
  • Be a South African and a permanent resident of Johannesburg Metropolitan area;
  • Be between the ages of 18-35 years;
  • Be healthy, physically and mentally fit (Medical Certificate required);
  • Have no criminal conviction (excluding previous convictions relating to political activities in the previous dispensation);
  • Be prepared and willing to allow his/her fingerprints to be taken for purposes of checking criminal records;
  • Be proficient in English; and
  • Possess a valid minimum Code B driving license (manual transmission).

Personal attributes:

The incumbent should be reliable, honest, have a positive attitude, be patient, be able to work under pressure, under all weather conditions and shift hours.

Terms of training 

 

For the duration of the training: (12 months Traffic Officer Qualification and 6 months Law Enforcement: Skills Programme(. The trainees will be subjected to terms of the training contract. The City will pay a stipend in compliance with its policy. The Trainees must be willing to undergo abnormal training, including after hours without compensation and willing to participate in a vigorous training programme (physical, firearm and practicals)

Upon completion of the training:

The incumbent must take the Oath of Offices as determined by the Municipality. He or she will be deployed to any area within the City of Johannesburg Municipal boundaries.

How to apply

Applications close on 21 January 2016 at 16H00. Submission of documents to hand delivered at JMPD Academy, 1 Stevens Road, Stafford (No faxed or emailed applications will be accepted).

Should you not receive correspondence from the City of Joburg six weeks after the closing date please consider your application as unsuccessful.

Apply Via – City of Johannesburg Municipality

Absa ReadytoWorkprogramme

The initiative aims to bridge the divide between education and the world of work.

Absa, part of the Barclays Africa Group, today announced the launch in South Africa of ‘ReadytoWork,’ an employability initiative that helps to train and equip young people for the world of work.

This follows the successful roll-out of the initiative in six of the countries in which Barclays Africa operates – Zambia, Seychelles, Botswana, Kenya, Mauritius and Zimbabwe, and after receiving support from the MEC of Education in Gauteng the curriculum is now available in some schools across the province, with further schools to follow in Limpopo and Free State.

ReadytoWork is a free training curriculum that seeks to empower young people with the training and skills they need to enhance their employability and entrepreneurial prospects. It provides access to world class learning content, focused on work, people, money and entrepreneurial skills, through online content, face-to-face training and work exposure.

One of the key focus areas for Barclays Africa is Education and Skills Development, primarily to help the next generation get the skills and opportunities they need to transition into work or entrepreneurship.

Sazini Mojapelo, Barclays Africa Head of Citizenship says: “A key priority of our Citizenship strategy is to help young people gain access to the skills and opportunities they need to unlock their potential. We have identified education and skills development as a space in which it can make a sustainable contribution through initiatives such as ReadytoWork. Our launch here comes at an opportune time, helping young people across the country who have completed their exams to prepare for the next phase in their lives – the world of work.”

In South Africa, more than 30%[1] of young people are unemployed and under-employed, highlighting how critical it is that young people are provided with the practical skills they need to successfully make the critical transition from education to the world of work.

ReadytoWork aims to support job seekers and entrepreneurs who have the aptitude, attitude, and ambition to achieve beyond the opportunities that have been given to them. The ultimate goal is to give young people a choice to either better develop their employability prospects or to become self-employed through starting their own businesses.

You can register for the ReadytoWork programme by visiting the Absa website at: www.absa.co.za/readytowork