Monthly Archives: January 2016

Unitrans Learnerships X66

Unitrans Learnerships

Unitrans Supply Chain Solutions (Pty) Ltd has a great opportunity for qualifying candidates to participate in a National Certificate: Professional Driving learnership NQF level 3.

Learnership opportunities are available in Gauteng and North West provinces for qualifying unemployed candidates. Qualifying relatives/next of kin of USCS Pty Ltd employees may also apply.

Minimum Requirements

Education and Experience

· Must be aged between 23 -35 years old.

· Validly in possession of a minimum school leaving certificate equivalent of grade 10 or higher

· Code 14 Driver’s License

· Valid PRDP

· Clean criminal record

· Good medical record

Job Specification

Key Performance Areas

Prepare vehicles for a trip
Handle documentation
Perform ancillary duties
Skills and Knowledge

Must be able to read and write English
Must be numerically orientated
Must be prepared to work weekends and public holidays

How To Apply

Apply online

Eskom Maintenance Learnerships

Position : Learner Artisans X66 Vacancy type: External/Internal

Task Grade : TR2

Area of Speacialization : Maintenance

Department : Maintenance

Business Unit : Distribution

Location : South Africa (Limpopo)

Reference Number : 20160122MM

Closing Date : February 8, 2016

Minimum Requirements

• N2 Electrical or Mechanical Engineering


• Non

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, cognitive thinking and good communication skills

Key Responsibilities

How to Apply

Please visit Eskom careers website to apply or leave a comment with your email address

Clicks Bursary/Learnerships Opportunities

Clicks Learnerships Opportunities

Learnerships Purpose

To successfully complete a National Certificate: Pharmacy Assistance Learnership Programme (Learner Basic Pharmacist Assistant) through the accredited Pharmacy Healthcare Academy
Job Objectives

Successfully complete a Learnership Training Contract at a registered Clicks Pharmacy and under an approved tutor
Attend the required training interventions and successfully complete the competency assessments
Submit a Portfolio of Evidence
Provide support to the healthcare team in one of the Click’s Pharmacies under the supervision of a registered Pharmacist and within the legal scope of practice as outlined by the South African Pharmacy Council (SAPC)
Upon successful completion you may become eligible to further your qualification towards the Further Education and Training Certificate: Pharmacist Assistance (Learner Post Basic Pharmacist Assistant)


Qualifications and Experience

Matric / Grade 12 with a minimum of 50% in Mathematics, or a minimum of 60% in Mathematical Literacy
Minimum of 50% in English
Skills, Abilities and Job Related Knowledge:

Customer service orientated
Accuracy and attention to detail
Computer Literacy
Essential Competencies:

Adhering to Principles and Values
Working with People
Delivering Results and Meeting Customer Expectations
Following Instructions and Procedures
Relating and Networking
Planning and Organising

Preference will be given to individuals that:

meet the Company’s EE targets as set out in our employment equity plan
meet the furtherance of the National agenda for the development of unemployed youth

How To Apply

Apply online

Win A Bursary For 2016

Stand a chance to won a bursary that covers the following:

Tuition Fee
Books Allowance
Monthly allowance

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IEC Internships Opportunities

IEC Internships Opportunities

Twelve (12) months contract at R6, 150.00 per month

Internship Overview

Compliance Verification and Party Funding will contribute towards the efficient co-ordination of compliance in the organization. The Intern reports to the Assistant Manager: Compliance Verification and Party Funding.


General administrative support services for the Unit: Record, organise, store, capture and retrieve correspondence and data; Update registers and statistics; Handle routine enquiries; Make photocopies and receive or send facsimiles; Distribute documents/packages to various stakeholders as required; Keep and maintain the filing system for the office; Type basic letters and/or other correspondence when required; Keep and maintain the incoming and outgoing register of the unit; Coordinate logistics of meetings; manage stationery requirements.

Key performance areas

Assist Compliance Verification staff members with their duties whilst undertaking daily activities to learn about the basics of the unit portfolio, i.e. obtaining supporting documentation for contracts as well as performance indicator compliance verification processes and follow up on outstanding documents; Liaise with Legal, Finance and Procurement with regards to contracts; Complete and maintain a register of contracts submitted to Compliance Verification Unit.

Assist with selected duties so as to obtain exposure to Represented Political Parties Fund (RPPF), i.e. opening new files for each political party for record keeping; Receive administration forms from political parties and record information in the database; Receive financial statements of political parties and make copies; Follow up with political parties on outstanding financial statements; Assist with the proof-reading of the RPPF annual report; Assist with the distribution of the annual report to different stakeholders.


The successful candidate for this position must have completed Matric / N3 and a tertiary qualification in Financial Management or related field. The candidate must possess report writing and good communication skills (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills. The person must be computer literate with good working knowledge of MS Word and MS Excel. Applicants should have the following attributes: ability to work under pressure; be prepared to work long hours; pro-active and decisive.
More Information

Applications must be accompanied by a recent, updated comprehensive curriculum vitae as well as certified copies of all qualification documents and identity documents. Failure to attach the requested documents will result in the application not being considered. Persons must not have been an intern or worked before. Persons with Disabilities are encouraged to apply.

The Electoral Commission will only correspond with short-listed candidates and interviews will be conducted on a date and time specified by the Interview panel. The Electoral Commission is under no obligation to fill the position after advertising it and reserves the right not to make any appointment in the above post.

Suitably qualified candidates must forward applications with the required documentation to:

Applications for Internship Post at National office

The Manager:
HR Fax: (012) 622-5219.

Aveng Internships

Aveng Internships

The responsible person will have in service training towards being a Qualified Earth Moving Mechanic

• Matric
• N2 and N3 qualification in Mathematics and Sciences

Experience Required

• None
Duties & Responsibilities

• Complying with all safety, health and environment measures outlined by the company for all work processes
• To troubleshoot, service, repair, install, commission and overhaul support equipment, facilities, logistics and road/operational vehicles to meet service requirements under guidance of qualified staff
• To ensure a safe and efficient working environment pertaining to his area of responsibility
• Work overtime, shifts or standby as required
• Assist and perform any reasonable assignment as requested by management from time to time out of his/her scope of work
• Operate hand & power tools, as well as cleaning of tools & equipment
• Take care for the health & safety of him and other persons who may be affected by his acts
• Maintain & update log book daily
Knowledge Skills & Abilities • Good command of English Business language and strong communication skills
• Strong technical ability essential
• Good planning and organising skills
• An ability to listen to and understand information and ideas presented through spoken or written words, instructions and sentences
• Valid driver’s license
• Working in a team environment

Behavoural Competencies

• Adhere to principles and values
• Take responsibility and make things happen
• Enthusiastically productive (Accepting and tackling demanding goals, working longer hours when necessary and identifying opportunities for progressing to more challenging roles)
• Maintaining effective relationships
• Must be a mature self-motivated and well-disciplined person of sober habits
• Must be a team player and work well with peers and supervisors
• Promote a high safety standard
DNA Values Required Adaptable and Open To Change, Safety Minded, Customer Focused, Performance and Results Driven

How To Apply

Apply online

Competition Commission Internships

Competition Commission Internships

Internship Requirements

Completed LLB or Honours Economics degree.
Be a South African citizen.
Have obtained an average of 60% pass rate.
A consistent academic performer.
Should not have worked as a permanent employee previously.
All graduates should have:
Good analytical, research and investigative skills.
Well-developed writing skills.
Interpersonal skills as well as computer literacy are prerequisites.
Excellent written and verbal communication skill.
Be a self-starter.
The ability to work under pressure.
An energetic, dynamic and committed individual.

Internship Benefits

An opportunity of being trained in competition law and economics as the first step on an exciting career in this field.
the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the dynamic and growing field of competition law in South Africa.
Technical and Soft Skills training through our Capacity Building Workshops and use of external training providers.
Monthly wages to cover your transport fares and living allowance.
Coaching and Mentorship programme through our seniors in respective divisions.
an opportunity for you to actively participate in reaching the objectives of building an efficient, free and fair economy for all South Africans.
An annual total cost to company package of R143 130.30.

Employment Equity
The Competition Commission subscribes to equal opportunity; affirmative action and representivity.
The successful candidate will be vetted for security purposes.
Preference will be given to South African citizens and permanent residents.
The Competition Commission reserves the right not to fill this position.
If you meet all the criteria above and are looking for an exciting opportunity to make a difference to our economy then look no further than the Competition Commission! We look forward to receiving your comprehensive CV! Please note that only online applications will be accepted.
For further queries contact: Ms Tshepiso Diremelo on 012 394 3217 or Mr. Donation Shilubane 012 3943072.
Advertised: 14 Jan 2016 South Africa Standard Time
Applications close: 27 Jan 2016 17:00 South Africa Standard Time

Transnet Bursaries Programme

Transnet Bursaries 2016 – 2017

Transnet bursaries are awarded annually according to the employment needs of the company. All our full-time students are viewed as potential employees – depending on vacancies being available after successfully completing their qualifications.

Transnet Bursary Value

  • The bursary covers the following
    Tuition fees
    Accommodation and meals
    Book Allowance
    Experiential training
    Students are allowed to study at a South African University of their own choice who offers the relevant fields of study.

Bursary Selection Criteria

After the screening of applications by the Transnet Bursary Department, candidates – based on academic performance on secondary or tertiary level – will be invited to be interviewed. The interviews will take place in Johannesburg, Bloemfontein, Cape Town and Durban.
The final selection and award is subjective to the following:
Satisfactory academic results
Medical fitness
What will Transnet expect from me? (Contractual Obligations)

Students are required to render one year’s service for every year of financial aid received from Transnet after acquiring the qualification.
Subjects failed must be repeated at student’s own cost. Termination of the bursary will be in consultation with the student and the training institution.
If the student fails to comply with the requirements of the bursary agreement, the bursary becomes payable in terms of the agreement.
The bursary will be renewed annually if the student’s academic performance is satisfactory.


Work Integrated Learning

Transnet provides work integrated to students who have a completed S4 in-order to obtain the qualification in line with the requirements set by the training institution.

How To Apply

Please fill in your email address or visit Transnet website for application forms

Nfas R10 bn Loans and Bursaries

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) had earmarked R9.5-billion in bursaries and loans for 2015, an increase from the R8.3-billion set aside in 2014, said Blade Nzimande, the higher education and training minister.

The NSFAS would fund 205 000 first-time entering and continuing eligible students at universities and 200 000 students at technical and vocational education and training (TVET) colleges, he said in Pretoria on 12 January.

“One of the most successful schemes established by government to assist students from poor disadvantaged families with academic ability is the National Student Financial Aid Scheme, which provides loans and bursaries to students at all 26 public universities and 50 public TVET colleges throughout the country.

“In 2014, NSFAS provided student loans and bursaries totalling over R8.3-billion, which excluded the once-off allocation of R1-billion for the servicing of the 2013 shortfall of R700-million and 2014 shortfall of R300-million,” he said.

In addition to the NSFAS funding, the National Skills Fund (NSF) would step in to make further allocations to students who would be studying towards critical skills programmes that were most needed for the growth of the economy.

“NSFAS has been allocated over R562.9-million for bursaries for scarce and critical skills for the current year from the NSF. This funding is made available through the financial aid offices in universities and students wishing to make use of these bursaries are advised to enrol for critical skills, which include science, commerce, health science, [and] engineering.”

His department was committed to expanding access to and success in institutions of higher learning for students who had special needs. At TVET colleges, the government paid 80% of the programme cost of the disabled student’s choice, with an additional allocation being made dependent on the type and severity of the disability.

In addition, NSFAS had earmarked R69.3-million in the 2015 academic year to provide financial aid to disabled students in universities, Nzimande added.

Apply early for tertiary studies

It was important for matriculants to be proactive and to apply for admission as early as possible, Nzimande said, adding that it was always a challenge if Grade 12 learners passed their exams without admission as previous practices, such as walk-in applications, had long been abolished.

To help pupils submit their applications on time, his department, in collaboration with the Department of Basic Education, had launched the “Apply now” campaign to create awareness of career options, study opportunities and application procedures for post-school education and training.

This campaign complemented the Career Development Services Helpline – on 0860 356 635 – and Khetha radio programmes, which ran on 10 SABC African languages radio stations, including Afrikaans; social media platforms; and career awareness events.

“The National Career Advice Portal provides access to career information on career pathways, occupations and relevant education and training opportunities,” he said. His department was operating the Central Application Clearing House once again in 2015.

The clearing house call centre and website went live on 2 January. “The… service has been developed to assist learners who qualify for higher education studies, have applied for a space at an institution, but have not been offered a place at the institution of their choice after the matric results are released.

“It is also accessible to those learners who did not apply before the closing dates last year and now find that they are eligible for higher education studies. Learners looking for spaces in the university education system can contact the toll free call centre on 0800 356 635 or send an SMS with their name, ID and contact number to 49200, and they will be telephoned back free of charge,” he said.

Aspen Internships

Aspen Internships 2016

This Internship is for a fixed period of 12 months during which learners will be exposed to practical and theoretical knowledge of procurement. It is envisaged that field trips will form part of the curriculum as such learners must be willing and be able to travel.


Must have a completed B degree in commerce or science
Be computer literate (Microsoft)
South African Citizen
Work well under pressure
Able to work in a team
Have strong attention to detail
Project management capabilities
High learning agility
Be results oriented
Be customer focused
Able to prioritise and multi-task
Good interpersonal skills
Excellent verbal & written communication skills
Take Initiative
Have a positive, can do attitude
The person must have good business acumen

How To Apply

Apply online