Monthly Archives: May 2017

Correctional Services Learnerships

Correctional Services Learnerships

The FET Certificate in Correctional Services Learnership in DCS. The opportunity to acquire skills, knowledge and workplace experience in the field of Corrections and earn a stipend of R3500.00 for the twelve month duration of the learnership.

The closing date is 2 June 2017 (15:45).

The Department of Correctional Services (DCS) is looking for persons from various communities, interests with appropriate qualifications to enter into Further Education and Training (FET) Certificate in Correctional Services Learnership (NQF Level 4).

The learners will be trained in the areas of rehabilitation of offenders through correction and human development in secure, safe and humane detention or under the community based correctional supervision.

English will be used as the medium of instruction.

Basic enlistment requirements:
• South Africans who are in possession of the Grade 12/Standard 10; or
• South Africans who have successfully completed the National Certificate in Vocational Studies (NQF Level 4); or
• South Africans who have successfully completed a further Education and Training Certificate (NQF Level 4).

NB: Candidates with an additional qualification(s) such as a diploma or degree related to Corrections/Penology/Criminology shall be given preference.

Unemployed graduates who have completed other post school qualifications relevant to the correctional services environment are also encouraged to apply.

Additional qualification(s) shall not be recognized for the stipend paid or for future remuneration purposes.

Furthermore, applicants must be South Africans who:
i. Are between 23 and 35 years old;
ii. Have strong character;
iii. Disclose information and be prepared to undergo personal suitability checks related to their. background, citizenship, qualifications and criminal record;
iv. Are law-abiding citizens and are without criminal records (particulars of pending / decided criminal cases related to the applicant must be provided in the application form); and

v. Are prepared to subject themselves to selection processes conducted by DCS.

The FET Certificate in Correctional Services Learnership

The learnership is outcome-based and is intended to contribute towards addressing the skills shortage in South Africa.

The Learnership is based on a legally binding agreement between the employer, learner and service provider.

The Learnership Programme shall be presented for a period of one year consisting of:

This Learnership comprises ± 30% of work which is theoretical or instructional learning and ± 70% which is workplace learning in nature.

This portion of the training will also include exposure to the correctional centres.

Theory

A ±30% intensive instructional learning theory shall, in addition to other theoretical modules, include firearm, physical and selfdefence training will take place at designated accredited DCS colleges.

Free accommodation, meals, training material, uniform shall be provided during the training phase.

The obligatory theoretical training requires the learner to be strictly accommodated on a full time basis at the training college.

Workplace Training

This is a ± 70% workplace learning that shall take place at the Correctional and Social Reintegration / Community Corrections Centres.

During this phase, learners shall continue to receive a stipend.

The learners shall be responsible for their own accommodation, meals and transport.

No pension fund, housing allowance, housing subsidy, danger allowance, medical aid nor overtime shall be provided by the employer during the theoretical as well as during the practical training.

The learner shall be regarded as competent after the successful completion of the instructional learning phase, the workplace learning phase, the final submission of the Portfolio of Evidence (POE) and the successful external verification by the Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority (SASSETA).

Any contravention or deviation from the learnership agreement during the twelve month period shall be dealt with by the DCS in accordance with Sections 17 and 18 of the Skills Development Act, 97 of 1998.

It should be borne in mind that after successful completion of the learnership, successful learners will receive an FET Certificate in Correctional Services (NQF Level 4).

However the Department of Correctional Services does not guarantee permanent employment on completion of the qualification.

How To Apply?

Apply online here.

PWC Bursaries

PWC Bursaries

PWC bursary programme is available to students studying towards a Chartered Accountant (CA) degree at a South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) -accredited university.

Bursaries are awarded to high-performing, talented individuals.

The programme also seeks to support qualifying students with financial need.

Our bursary programme is available to students studying towards a Chartered Accountant (CA) degree at a South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) -accredited university.

Requirements :

Grade 12 students: Must be writing for a matric exemption and university acceptance.
Need to be doing Pure Mathematics and not Maths Literacy as well as English.
Must be obtaining over 60% for all your subjects.
University students : Must obtain 60% for Accounting and a satisfactory passes in all other subjects.
All applicants need to be : Proficient in English with strong communication skills
Be involved in extramural activities at school and/or university.
Good interpersonal skills
Determination and commitment
Strong leadership potential
Must be studying towards or intending to study towards a qualification as a Chartered Accountants (CA) SA at a University accredited by SAICA (the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants)

Bursary students are required to maintain a good academic record at University.

SAIT Tax Learnership 2018 – Cape Town
Training Contract 2018 – Johannesburg
Training Contract 2019 – Johannesburg
Training Contract 2020 – Johannesburg
Training Contract 2018 – Secunda
Training Contract 2019 – Secunda
CA (SA) Vacation Employment July 2017 – Kimberley

How To Apply?

Apply online.

Glencore Bursaries

Glencore Bursaries

Glencore is safety obsessed and community aware. We are committed to the achievement of diversity and employment equity. So, with more top project in the pipeline, your career and future development prospects look bright.

Bursaries are available for the Mining Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, B Com (Financial Management) and Geology Discipline.

Glencore Bursary Requirements

Engineering disciplines, candidate must obtain a minimum rating of 6 (70%-79%) in mathematics and science, 5 (60%-69) English and as per requirement of institutions.
The candidate must obtain a minimum rating 5 (60%-69%) in Mathematics, Accounting and English to be considered in Finance.
Successful candidates will be required to sign a service obligation with Xstrata Coal SA
The successful candidate must be in possession of a valid certificate of fitness or be fit enough to obtain one prior to the commencement of Bursary Award, as this is a requirement of the Mine’s Health and safety Act.

The Bursary include

Registration and Tuition fees
Residence and Meals fees
Prescribe textbook
Personal allowance
Payment of any compulsory excursions or seminar which may be required
Laptop and Printer
Paid vacation work
Applications are accepted on an annual basis. Please click here for further information.

Please leave your email address on the comments box for the application form

Department of Correctional Services Learnerships

Department of Correctional Services Learnerships

The Department of Correctional Services (DCS) is inviting applications from unemployed young South Africans from various communities, interests and with appropriate qualifications to enter into a Further Education and Training Certificate (FETC) in the Corrections Services (NQF Level 4). The function of these trainees shall be to contribute towards the rehabilitation of offenders through correction and human development in secure, safe and humane detention or under the community-based correctional supervision. English will be used as a medium of instruction.

The opportunity to acquire skills, knowledge and workplace experience in the field of Corrections and earn a stipend of R500.00 for the twelve month duration of the learnership.

What are the basic requirements?

  • South Africans who are in possession of a Grade 12/Standard 10 Certificate; or
  • South Africans who have successfully completed the National Certificate in Vocational Studies (NQF Level 4); or
  • South Africans who have successfully completed a Further Education and Training Certificate NQF (Level 4).

NB: Candidates with additional qualifications(s) such as diploma or degree related corrections / penology / criminology shall be given a preference. Unemployed graduates who have completed other post school qualifications relevant to the correctional services environment are also encouraged to apply. Additional qualifications shall not be recognised for the stipend paid or for future remuneration purposes.

Furthermore, applicants must be South Africans who:

  • Are between 21 and 35 years of age;
  • Have a strong character;
  • Disclose information and be prepared to undergo personal suitability checks related to their background, citizenship, qualifications and criminal record;
  • Are law-abiding citizens and are without criminal records (particulars of the pending criminal cases must be provided during the selection process)’
  • Are prepared to subject themselves to selection process conducted by DCS.

The FET Certificate in Corrections Services Learnership

The learnership is outcome-based and is intended to contribute towards addressing the skills shortage in South Africa. The Corrections Services Learnership is based on a legally binding agreement between the employer, learner and service provider.

The Learnership Programme shall be presented for a period of one year consisting of:

The learnership comprises of ±30% of work which is theoretical or instructional learning and ±70% which is workplace learning in nature. the portion of the training will also include exposure to the correctional centres.

Theory

A ± 30% intensive instructional learning theory, which is inclusive of firearm, physical and self-defence training, which will take place at designated accredited DCS colleges. Free accommodation, meals, training material, uniform (field wear and tracksuit) shall be provided during this training phase. The obligatory theoretical training strictly requires the learner to be accommodated at the Training College on a full-time basis.

Workplace Training

This is a ± 70% workplace learning phase that shall take place at the Correctional and Social Reintegration Centres/Units. Please note that this will entail duties related to the rehabilitation and provision of security to offenders. During this phase, learners shall continue receiving a stipend. The learners shall be responsible for their own accommodation, meals and transport. No pension fund, housing allowance, housing subsidy, danger allowance, medical aid or overtime shall be paid by the employer during the theoretical as well as during the practical training phases. The learner shall be declared competent after the successful completion of the instructional learning phase, the workplace learning phase, the final submission of the Portfolio of Evidence (POE) and the successful external verification by SASSETA. Any contravention or deviation from the learnership agreement during the twelve months period shall be dealt with by the DCS in accordance with Sections 17 and 18 of the Skills Development Act, 97 of 1998. It should be borne in mind that after successful completion of the learnership, successful learners will receive an FET certificate in Correctional Services (NQF Level 4). However, the DCS does not guarantee permanent employment on the completion of the qualification.

How to apply for the 2017/18 Correctional Services Learnerships?

Download the DCS Learnership Application Form by clicking here. Complete the application form in your own handwriting. Please take note that these forms are not for sale. Report any form of corruption to either the Department Investigation Unit Hotline 0800 701 701 or by fax number 012 323 7901.

Specify the learnership post which you are applying for (e.g.  Gauteng Region: Leeuwkop (Ref E14/2017). The application must be signed by the applicant (neither by a proxy, agent nor representative of the applicant).

Attach certified copies of your certificates and ID that are not older than 3 months.

Neither late, incomplete nor unsigned application forms shall be accepted. Furthermore, no photocopies of completed forms, faxed or e-mailed applications shall be accepted.

Taking into consideration that you have to provide your own transport and accommodation during your experiential learning, you are therefore advised to apply for learnership enrolment within the Region or Management Area closest to your place of residence. The application forms with the accompanying documents can be hand-delivered or posted to the following addresses:

Eastern Cape Region

St. Albans (E01 / 2017)

Amathole (E02 / 2017)

Kirkwood (E03 / 2017)

East London (E04 / 2017)

Sada (E05 / 2017)

Umthatha (E06 / 2017)

Postal address: Regional Commissioner: Eastern Cape, Recruitment Section, Private Bag X9013, East London 5200

Physical address: Block E Ocean Terrance, Moore Street, Quigney, East London 5200

Contact Person: Mr Thwani: 043 706 7840

 

Free State and Northern Cape

Groenpunt (E07 / 2017)

Grootvlei (E08 / 2017)

Colesburg (E09 / 2017)

Kimberley (E10 / 2017)

Upington (E11 / 2017)

Goedemoed (E12 / 2017)

Bizzah Makhate (E13 / 2017)

Postal address: Regional Commissioner: Free State and Northern Cape, Recruitment Section, P/Bag X20530, Bloemfontein 9300.

Physical address: 103 Zastron Street, Agrimed Building, Bloemfontein, 9300

Contact Person: Ms M. Maile: 051 404 0277

 

Gauteng Region

Leeuwkop (E14 / 2017)

Pretoria (E15 / 2017)

Baviaanspoort (E16 / 2017)

Zonderwater (E17 / 2017)

Johannesburg (E18 / 2017)

Boksburg ( E19 / 2017)

Modderbee (E20 / 2017)

Krugersdorp (E21 / 2017)

Postal address: Regional Commissioner: Gauteng, Recruitment Section, P/Bag x393, Pretoria, 0001

Physical address: DSC Pretoria Training Centre, 04 Ketjen Street, Pretoria-West

 

Contact Person: Ms Sibongile Mkuzangwe 012 420 0146

 

KwaZulu-Natal Region

Durban (E022 / 2017)

Kokstad (E23 / 2017)

Pietermaritzburg (E24 / 2017)

Ncome (Ref: E25 / 2017)

Empangeni (E26 / 2017)

Glencoe (E27 / 2017)

Waterval (E28 / 2017)

Postal address: Regional Commissioner KwaZulu-Natal, Recruitment Section, P/Bag X9126, Pietermaritzburg 3200.

Physical address: Correctional Services, 01 Eugene Marie Road, Napierville, Pietermaritzburg 3200

Contact person: Rajashree Moodley: 033 355 7359

 

Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West

Polokwane (E29 / 2017)

Barberton (E30 / 2017)

Bethal (E31 / 2017)

Klerksdorp (E32 / 2017)

Rooigrond (E33 / 2017)

Rustenburg (E34 / 2017)

Thohoyandou (E35 / 2017)

Witbank (E36 / 2017)

Postal address: Regional Commissioner Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North West, Recruitment Section, P/Bag X142, Pretoria 0001.

Physical address: Proes & Paul Kruger Street, 198 Masada Building, 9th Floor, Pretoria, 0001

Contact person: Eddie Nhlengethwa: 012 306 2025

 

Western Cape Region

West Coast (E37 / 2017)

Drakenstein (E38 / 2017)

Allandale (E39 / 2017)

Brandvlei (E40 / 2017)

Pollsmoor (E41 / 2017)

Goodwood (E42 / 2017)

Southern Cape (E43 / 2017)

Voorberg (E44 / 2017)

Overberg (E45 / 2017)

Breede River (E46 / 2017)

 

Postal address: The Regional Commissioner Western Cape, Recruitment Section, P/Bag x1 Edgemead, 7407

Physical address: Breede River Street, Monte Vista

Contact Person: Fezile Ngcanga: 021 550 6078

 

Head Office

Head Office Security (HO 01/2017)

Zonderwater College Security (HO 02/2017)

Kroonstad College Security (HO 03/2017)

 

Postal address: Private Bag X136, Pretoria, 0001

Physical address: 124 WF Nkomo Street, Poyntons Building, Pretoria, 0001

Contact Person: Ms. Rose Sekotlong: 012 305 8591

Closing date: 2 June 2017 at 15:45

Sasol Learnerships

Sasol Learnerships

Do you aspire to be a world class artisan? Are you a team player with good communication skills? Earn while you learn to become a qualified artisan at one of Sasol’s nationally accredited skills academies. The successful candidates will follow a full-time training programme which will qualify them to safely maintain the equipment of a Sasol plant or safely operate the production processes of such a plant.

Select one of the job titles below and ensure that you meet the minimum qualifying criteria in order to apply successfully:

• Process Artisan • Electrical Artisan • Mechanical Fitter • Instrument Mechanician

To be considered for any of these, you need a National Senior Certificate or N3 with a pass in Maths, Science and English. The selection process will require you to successfully complete psychometric testing, interviewing, a medical and fitness test as well as security and qualification verification.

How to apply?

 

Only applications received via SMS will be considered.

To apply: SMS the keyword “LEARNER” to “33162”. The application process requires a maximum of 17 SMSs at R1.50 each and a person can apply only once.

GSK Internships

GSK Internships

GSK is inviting applications from suitably qualified graduates to apply for a Regulatory Affairs Internship position whose role is to assist the Regulatory Affairs team with the registration of new products, line extensions and new indications. Maintain existing registration dossiers effectively in accordance with the requirement of the MCC and other Southern African countries.  During this time the Graduates, will be exposed to various aspects of Medicine Registration both in S.A. and within OSA.  Scope: This position reports to the Senior Regulatory Affairs Manager

Essential Job Responsibilities:

• Together with the Regulatory Affairs Manager conduct due diligences on new product dossiers.
• Supporting Regulatory Affairs Managers with maintenance of dossiers e.g. variations, PI Amendments
•Following-up on feedback and requirements from the MCC or other OSA regulatory authorities
• With the assistance of the RA Manager, amend and update package inserts and packaging artwork in line with basic text and MCC requirements and ensuring compliance with the approved registration dossier (MRF)
• Maintaining of proper records of all correspondence, applications, etc. relevant to registration
• Assistance with other ad-hoc Regulatory specific projects e.g. labelling compliance, audit requirements

What are the requirements?

Qualifications:  Scientific Degree, B.Sc., Biomedical or related.
Complexity: Be able to interpret and understand Regulatory Guidelines
Knowledge:
• Communication and inter-personal skills.
• Inspire teamwork and motivate others towards goal achievement.
Pressure:
• Ability to work well under pressure
• Ability to meet the deadlines for regulatory specific projects 

How to apply?

To apply for this 2017 GSK Regulatory Affairs Graduate Internship Programme CLICK HERE

HCI Bursaries

HCI Bursaries

The HCI Foundation Bursary Programme provides financial assistance to academically deserving and financially needy undergraduate students in any field of study and any year of study for a first tertiary qualification, or continuing students who enrol for Honours at a public University or University of Technology in South Africa.

HCI Bursary Selection

Although we strive to provide bursaries to as many as we can, not all will qualify. Please make sure you meet the mininum requirements that we have.

Who Must Apply

A South African citizen or a refugee (with the right to live, study/work in South Africa):

Age 35 years or under as of 30 September 2013.
Studying for a first tertiary qualification or
Continuing students who enrol for Honours.
Enrolled or intending to enrol in a full-time course of study.
Above 50% average for Matric or end of year results ( Life Orientation is not considered).
Studying at a University or University of technology registered with the Department of Education, or intending to make an application to study.
With a gross family income of less than R20 000 per month.

Bursary Closing Date

HCI bursary applications will open on the 1st of August and close on the 31st of August. Apply online.

Department of Forestry Opportunities

Department of Forestry Bursaries

The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) intends to award comprehensive bursaries to qualifying applicants pursuing and/or intending to further their studies in critical scarce skills in the agricultural, forestry and fisheries sectors for the 2018 academic year.

The bursary will cover tuition, accommodation, books, meals and monthly allowance.

The bursary awards target the previously disadvantaged and impoverished persons from poverty-stricken and rural communities.

People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Bursaries Available

• BSc Bioresource Engineering (Agricultural Engineering): University of KwaZulu-Natal
• Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc): University of Pretoria
• BSc Viticulture and Oenology: University of Stellenbosch
• BSc Forestry and Wood Science: University of Stellenbosch
• BSc Oceanography and Marine Biology: University of Cape Town
• BSc Ichthyology specialising in Aquaculture: Rhodes University
• National Diploma: Forestry: Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University

• National Diploma: Marine Science: Cape Peninsula University of Technology

2. Applicants must be South African citizens

3. Applicants must complete the relevant bursary application forms available from the website address: www.daff.gov.za click on “Vacancies”

4. Applicants who apply for fields of study that are not listed above will not be considered

5. Please note that communication will be limited to successful applicants only. If you have not received any communication from the department by

15 January 2018, after the National Bursary Committee has finalised the selection process, consider your application unsuccessful

Closing Date: 30 September 2017

How To Apply?

Apply online.

RTT Graduates Programme

RTT Graduates Programme

RTT is offering a Graduate Programme in their Finance, Operations, and Information Technology fields.

This is a 12 month program designed to provide accelerated training to graduates in order to be integrated in to the business environment.

Successful candidates will be exposed to business working environment and will be mentored by a RTT manager.

Skills & Experience

We are looking for Graduates in the following field of study:

Finance
Logistics
IT – Development
IT – Infrastructure
Project Administration
Business Analysts
We are only appointing South African citizens studying or qualified at a South African university or technikon.

We want eager to learn and positive individuals

You would need to have qualified in a degree with a minimum academic average of 65% +

Skilled in terms of written & verbal communication

Closing Date: 05 June 2017

How To Apply?

Apply online.

Sanlam Bursaries

Part of Sanlam commitment to their trade is recognising that for one to be a master in their trade, support is a key ingredient. That is why they offer bursaries to scholars who have enrolled to study actuarial science in 2018. Job Category: Financial Services
Position Type: Graduate
Division: Sanlam
Business Unit: Sanlam Personal Finance

Education Required: Matric / Grade 12

We are Wealthsmiths™. For almost 100 years we have been in the business of planning futures – it is more than our job, it is our trade. Our attitude is one of proper dedication to doing what we do exceptionally well.

Key Responsibilities

Who are we looking for:

If you are a whiz at maths, enjoy a good challenge by solving difficult problems and are willing to remain focused and disciplined through years of studying and training, then you are just who we’re looking for.

What do we offer:
• Tuition and accommodation fees
• Allowances for books, travel and pocket money
• Mentoring and academic support from Sanlam actuarial professionals
• Vacation work and networking opportunities with Sanlam staff
• Guaranteed employment after completion of studies
• Continued support and payment towards actuarial board exams

• Range of work rotation opportunities across a broad spectrum of disciplines

Minimum Requirements

What do we require?
• Final Grade 11 results
• Certified copy of your identity document (ID)
• An above 90% score in Mathematics and an overall A aggregate

• A motivation to support your application that answers the following questions:
o In your own words, can you describe what an actuary does?
o Why do you want to study actuarial science?
o Why do you believe you have what it takes to become an actuary?
o Why should Sanlam choose you to be a bursary holder?

o If you are not successful at becoming an actuary, what other career paths are you considering?

Grade 12 results may be used as determining factor.

Competencies
• Strong Analytical Ability
• Problem Solving Skills
• Order and Accuracy
• Attention to Detail
• Adaptability
• Ability to function independently
• Good communication skills

Applications close on 30 June 2017

How To Apply?

Apply online.