Department of Basic Education Learnership and Internship R4000 to R7500 Per Month

Department of Basic Education Learnership and Internship R4000 to R7500 Per Month

INTERNSHIP AND LEARNERSHIP PROGRAMME FOR THE 2020/2022 FINANCIAL YEAR AS PART OF THE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE

REF NO: DBE/ILP/01 (Duration: 24 Months)

STIPEND : monthly stipends ranging from R4237, 36 – R7510, 65 depending on the qualifications of the candidates.

CENTRE : Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS :

  • Applications are invited from unemployed South African citizens who have not been previously employed under any developmental program.
  • A minimum requirement of a Senior Certificate, NCV or equivalent qualification or N6 certificate/ Higher certificate/ National Diploma/Degree in the following:
  1. Application Development Programming/ Architectural Design/
  2. Accounting/ Book Keeping/
  3. Business Analyst/
  4. Computer programming/
  5. Cost and Management/
  6. Accounting/Customer Service/
  7. Data Management and Analysis/
  8. Computer Science/Information Technology/
  9. Education Specialist in English/
  10. Events Management/
  11. Early Childhood Development/
  12. Economics/
  13. Civil Engineering and Quantity Survey/
  14. Health and Safety management
  15. /Social Sciences/
  16. Digital marketing/
  17. Finance/
  18. Graphic Design/
  19. Internal Audit/
  20. Information Science/
  21. Visual Basic Programming/
  22. SQL Database
  23. International Relations/
  24. Journalism/
  25. Librarian/LLB/
  26. Logistics Management/
  27. Marketing
  28. Music/Arts/
  29. Office Management/
  30. project Management/
  31. Public Management and Administration/
  32. Social Work specialising in Psychology/
  33. Sport Management Sciences/
  34. Supply Chain Management/
  35. Transport Management/
  36. Linguistics.
  37. Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification with PSIRA Grades will be required in the field of Security

The Department reserves the right to withdraw posts, if by doing so, the interests of the Department will be best served.

APPLICATIONS : Submitted via post to: Private Bag X895, Pretoria, 0001 or hand-deliver to: The Department of Basic Education, 222 Struben Street, Pretoria. Please visit the Department of Education’s website at www.education.gov.za or the Department of Public Service and Administration vacancy circulars at www.dpsa.gov.za FOR ATTENTION : Ms T Sekgapola /Ms S Mdladla

CLOSING DATE : 28 February 2020

NOTE : Applications must be submitted on Form Z83 obtainable from any Public Service; Department and must be accompanied by a comprehensive CV and certified copies of ID and qualifications (Certified copies must not be older than 6 months). Correspondence will only be entered into with shortlisted applicants. Applications received after the closing date, e-mailed or faxed applications will not be considered. (Registration certificate must be attached if required).

DEPARTMENT OF BASIC EDUCATION PDF INTERNSHIP

DEPARTMENT OF BASIC EDUCATION PDF INTERNSHIP

PEP STORES: LEARNERSHIP PROGRAMME 2020

Location: Durban, Pinetown & Amanzimtoti

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

PEP is offering a 12-month learnership opportunity to achieve a National Certificate: Wholesale and Retail Operations (NQF4). Successful candidates will attend classes and work in a PEP store in order to gain valuable work experience.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist customers and create an exciting shopping experience
  • Maximise sales to meet store targets
  • Display merchandise according to company standards
  • Handle stock and stock administration according to set standards
  • Assist with in-store security to minimise stock losses
  • Handle cash at a cash register, in accordance with company procedures
  • Perform all sales related duties at the cash register, in accordance with company procedures
  • Maintain general health, safety and housekeeping standards

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

  • Grade 12
  • Must currently be unemployed
  • Good Communication skills
  • Good Interpersonal skills and a Team player
  • Good Service Orientation
  • Ability to work under pressure and perform physical duties
  • Ability to work accurately with a focus on detail
  • Willingness to work retail hours

How to Apply

Apply Online for the PEP Stores Learnership Programme 2020

If you are interested and meet the minimum requirements, please submit your CV, with the POSITION AND AREA you are applying for as your reference.

If you do not hear from us within 4 weeks of the closing date of this position, please regard your application as being unsuccessful.
Pep strives for equal opportunity in terms of employment equity guidelines.

Driver Are Needed

DRIVER/MESSENGER (X2 POSTS) : Sub-Directorate: Finance and Administration : Section: Office Service Pool SALARY : R145 281. per annum CENTRE : Ekurhuleni North District Ref No: EN2020/01/64 Gauteng North District Ref No: GN2020/01/65 REQUIREMENTS : ABET/Grade 10. A minimum of 7 months relevant experience in driving light cars. Knowledge and understanding of Batho Pele principles and the procedures to operate motor vehicles. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Good inter-personal relations skills, driving skills. Valid Driver’s license is required. PDP served as added advantage. Ability to work independently and under pressure.

DUTIES Maintain a Logbook for the allocated vehicle. Complete all the required and prescribed records including log book with regards to the vehicle prior to using the allocated vehicle. Ensure trip/travel authorization for the vehicle. Keep log sheets of allocated vehicle. Transport passengers as requested by the Line Manager. Drive light and medium motor vehicles to transport passengers to other offices. Ensure that only authorized persons are carried in the assigned vehicle. Collect and / deliver correspondence at Head Office, 156 District Offices or any other offices as requested by the Line Manager. Do routine maintenance on the allocated vehicle and report defects timely. Perform messenger functions. Sort and arrange correspondence in the registry. Collect, distribute and circulate correspondences to different buildings in the Department. Record and control correspondences register. Follow up on submissions and/procurement requests. Perform general office assistance in the Business Unit (Make copies, shred documents) ENQUIRIES : Ms. E Mochela, Tel No: (011) 746 8190 (EN District) Mr LA Phaswana, Tel No: (012) 846 3641 (GN District)

APPLICATIONS : Head Office (HO) Physical Address: 26th Loveday Street, Kuyasa House, Johannesburg, Postal address: P.O. Box 7710, Johannesburg 2001. District Gauteng North (GN): Physical Address: Yorkcor Park Building, 86 Watermeyer Street, Val De Grace, Pretoria Postal Address: Private Bag X75 Pretoria, 0001 Enquiries: Alfred Phaswana Tel No: (012) 846-3754 District Gauteng West (GW): Physical Address: Corner Boshoff & Human Street, Krugersdorp Postal Address: Private Bag X2020, Krugersdorp 1740 Enquiries: Louisa Dhlamini Tel No: (011) 660-4581, District Johannesburg Central (JC): Physical Address: Corner Morola & Chris Hani road Soweto College Pimville Postal Address: P.O. Box 900064, Bertsham, 2013 Enquiries: Linda Mabutho: Tel No: (011) 983-2231 District Johannesburg East (JE): Physical Address: 142/144, Fourth & Elizabeth Street, Parkmore, Sandton Postal Address: Private Bag X9910, Sandton, 2146 Enquiries: Elizabeth Moloko: Tel No: (011) 666-9109 District Johannesburg North (JN): Physical Address: Corner Biccard & Jorrison street FNB Building Braamfontein Postal Address: Private Bag X01, Braamfontein, 2017 Enquiries: Nelisiwe Mashazi: Tel No: (011) 694 9378. District Johannesburg South (JS): Physical Address: 100 Northern Parkway, Crownwood Ormonde, Johannesburg Postal Address: Private Bag X13, Lenasia, 1820 Enquiries: Patrick Sesane: Tel No: (011) 247-5957. District Johannesburg West (JW): Physical Address: 20 Madeline street Florida Postal Address: P.O. Box 1995, Florida,1709 Enquiries: Lizwe Jafta: Tel No: 061 483 3054. District Sedibeng East (SE): Physical Address: Corner Joubert & Kruger street SL & M Building Vereeniging Postal Address: Private Bag X05, Vereeniging, 1930 Enquiries: Peter Nkgage: Tel No: (016) 440-1861. District Tswane North (TN): Physical Address: Wonderboom Junction 11 Lavender Street, Pretoria Postal Address: Private Bag X925, Pretoria, 0001 Enquiries Ephraim Magakoa Tel No: (012) 543 1044. District Tswane South (TS): Physical Address: President Towers Building, 265 Pretorius Street Pretoria Postal Address: Private Bag X198 Pretoria, 0001 Enquiries: Thabiso Mphosi Tel No: (012) 401 6363/5. District Tshwane West (TW) Physical Address: Klipgat Road Old Hebron College Postal Address: Private Bag X38, Rosslyn, 0200 Enquiries: Priscilla Ravele Tel No: (012) 725 1451 Gauteng East (GE): Physical Address Corner 7th Street and 5th Avenue, 5th Floor Telkom Towers, Postal Address: Private Bag X9, Springs: 1560 Enquiries: Mpho Leotlela Tel No: (011) 736-0717 District Sedibeng East (SE): Physical Address: Corner Joubert & Kruger street SL & M Building Vereeniging Postal Address: Private Bag X05, Vereeniging, 1930 Enquiries: Peter Nkgage: Tel No: (016) 440-1861 Districts Ekurhuleni North (EN) Physical Address: 78 Howard Avenue, Munpen Building, Benoni Postal Address: Private Bag X059, Benoni, 1500 Enquiries: Emily Mochela Tel No: (011) 746-8190. District Ekurhuleni South (ES): Physical Address: Infinity Office Park, 2 Robin Close, Meyersdal Private Bag X8001, Alberton, 1456 Enquiries: Xolani Kheswa Tel No: (011) 389-6062. District Sedibeng West (SW): Physical Address: Sebokeng College 6 Samuel Street; Zone 18,Sebokeng Postal Address: Private Bag X067, Vanderbijlpark, 1900 Enquiries: Bertha Mlotshwa Tel No: (016) 594 9193. CLOSING DATE : 21 February 2020

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SAPS: Police Reservist Traineeship Programme 2020

Closing Date: 28 February 2020
Location: All Provinces

The South African Police Service invites members of the community that is energetic, intelligent, physically and mentally fit and that is dedicated with the desire to serving their country on a voluntary basis as Reservists, to assist the South African Police Service in the fight against crime.

A Reservist performs voluntary duty in the South African Police Service without any expectation of receiving compensation for such duty.

In terms of the Regulations of the South African Reserve Police Service you may be called up by the National Commissioner to perform duties in order to strengthen and support the Police in performing its constitutional mandate as set out in Section 205 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 and that you will not receive remuneration (unless so called up). You will be expected to perform a minimum of sixteen (16) hours voluntary duty per month.

Basic appointment requirements:

GENERIC REQUIREMENTS

  • RESIDENCY: must be a South African citizen by birth AGE at least 20 years and below 50 years of age of which documentary proof must be furnished
  • MEDICAL EVALUATION: Completes a health questionnaire determine by the National Commissioner, at his or her own cost, that is confirmed by a registered medical practitioner.
  • FITNESS: is medically mentally and physically fit to perform the duties of a reservist
  • CHARACTER: is of good and sound character, for which positive background enquiries must be obtained
  • PSYCHOMETRIC ASSESSMENT: Fit the psychometric profile and has successfully completed any other test that may be determined by the National Commissioner.
  • QUALIFICATION: is in possession of at least a senior certificate (Grade 12)or a National Certificate (Vocational) level 4, of which documentary proof must be provided
  • LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY: is able to speak, read and write at least two official languages, of which one must be English
  • VETTING PROCESS: allow his or her fingerprints and DNA sample to be taken completes an assessment questionnaire is vetted or screened
  • TRAINING: is prepared to undergo such training as may be determined by the National Commissioner
  • PRESCRIBED OATH: is prepared to take the prescribed oath of office
  • RETIREMENT AGE: understands that his or her services may be terminated at the age of 60
  • EMPLOYMENT: Employment is not a prerequisite requirement but applicants who are employed will receive preference. Provides proof of employment where relevant
  •  PROOF OF RESIDENCE: provides proof of his or her residential address
  • CRIMINAL RECORD: do not have a criminal record or any criminal or departmental cases pending against him or her (all criminal or departmental cases must be declared)
  • TATTOO: do not have any tattoo marks of which will be visible if the person wears uniform, and that is irreconcilable with the objectives of the Service.

In accordance National Instruction3 of 2014of The Reserve Police Service the following persons will not be considered as a reservist if he or she:

  • previously served in a Government Department or other employment and were dismissed as a result of misconduct, or discharge as medically unfit;
  • a former Member of the Police whose application for re-enlistment was rejected due to negative considerations;
  • members of the Regular Force of the National Defence Force referred to in section 52 of the Defence Act, 2002 (Act No. 42 of 2002);
  • holds a key position as determined by the Department of Labour.
  • holds any post or office in a political party, organization movement or body;
  • is actively involved in politics or who is an outspoken supporter of a political party and who may violate the non-partisan nature of the Police;
  • is a full-time or part-time journalist;
  • does not have a fixed residential address;
  • is not employed;
  • Is a scholar;
  • is a bouncer or chucker-out;
  • is a member of a municipal police service (including a local law enforcement officer);
  • is a sheriff or deputy sheriff;
  • is in any manner connected to a brothel, escort agency or any such undertaking;
  • is in any manner connected to a business or industry which had contracted with or submitted a tender to the State to render a service of supply a product to the Police;
  • is in any manner whatsoever involved in –the private security industry(whether as director/partner or employee)/ taxi industry(this includes but is not limited to the operation of a taxi service by him/herself, or employing another person, or the performance of remunerative work for a taxi association, group or taxi owners or singe taxi owner operator)/ liquor trade or keeping of a tavern or shebeen / preparation or completion of applications for liquor licences / private investigation services(included but not limited to tracking work as agent, money lender , debt collected or financial institution, performance of private detective work, interception of communications or planting of electronic bugging devices) / operation of a scrap yard(as owner or employee)/ micro lending services / conducting the business of trading in second-hand goods / tow-in or breakdown service industry/ gambling industry / preparation or completion of applications for firearms licences / rendering of a physical security service / insurance investigations and investigations on behalf of agencies handling claims against the Road Accident Fund /serving of court process, excluding the serving of summonses in civil cases / trading in livestock, excluding such trading as part of bona fide farming activities / funeral undertaker.

An appointment as a Reservist in the South African Police Service does not reserve any right or expectation to be translated, absorbed or appointed as an employee of the South African Police Service; or preferential treatment (of whatsoever nature) for consideration to be appointed as an employee of the South African Police Service. Should any Reservist wish to become an employee or a permanently employed member of the South African Police Service, the prescribed selection and appointment process of the South African Police Service will be followed and he/she must conform to all the prescribed requirements.

Recruitment / Selection / Appointment processes

  • All applicants will be subjected to a psychometric assessment, a medical evaluation at own expense and own medical practitioner / doctor and an interview.
  • The SAPS will also verify the criminal records, qualifications, driver’s license, citizenship and residential address of each applicant.
  • Applicants will be subjected to a vetting process which will include security screening and fingerprint verification.
  • The Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Amendment Act, Act 37 of 2013 requires that all new appointments in the SAPS as from 31 January 2015 provide a buccal (inside cheek) sample in order to determine their forensic DNA profile. The forensic DNA profile derived from the sample will be loaded to the Elimination Index of the National Forensic DNA Database.
  • The SAPS may also publish the names of applicants in the newspapers for public comments.
  • In view of the physical demands of the Reservist Training Programme, applicants with chronic diseases, physical impairments or any other health conditionswill beexcluded. Applicants’ failure to disclose theseconditions will result in their withdrawal from the trainingprogramme on the determination thereof.
  • In accordance with the SAPS Dress Order, applicants who have visible tattoos when wearing uniform will be excluded.

Reservist Training Programme

Selectedcandidates will be invited to attend the Reservist Training Programme.The Reservist Training Programme will not be a once-off event and therefore successful candidates will have to avail themselves to attend the training sessions, after hours and on weekends due to your work commitments. The training willconsist of Orientation, distance learning, contact sessions,formative and summative assessments. Interested candidates will have to avail themselves to attend certain Learning areas(Orientation to SAPS / Law / Community Service Centre / Crime Investigation / Crime Prevention / Street Survival).The appointment as Reservist will only be effected on successful completion of the prescribed training.

Core Functions:

  • Successful Reservistswill perform general functional policing duties in sectors at station level. As such, they will be carryingout one or more of the following functions:
  • Prevent, combat and investigate crime,
  • Maintain public order,
  • Protect and secure the inhabitants of the Republic and their property,
  • Uphold and enforce the law

How to Apply

Complete the prescribedapplication form in your own handwriting. Download Application Form

  • Applicants must take note of the fact that application forms are not for sale and any payment offered by an applicant or promises provided in this regard will be investigated and may lead to criminal prosecution. Applicants may report such incidents to the National Anti-CorruptionLine at telephone number: 0800 701701.
  • Specify the Station for which you are applying.You are advised to apply to join as a reservist at a Police Station close to your place of residence as you will have to commute to and from the station with your own transport.
  • Make sure you have signed your application form in front of a commissioner of oath.·Attach certified copies of your:
  • ID,
  • Driver’slicence,
  • Matric/Senior Certificate (Grade 12 certificate or equivalent qualification),
  • Additional qualifications,
  • Proof of permanent employment,
  • Proof of residence.·Submit two (2) colour ID photographs, one of which must be attached on the prescribed application form.

Application forms must beobtained at your nearest Police Station (HRM Office), and hand delivered at your nearest Police Station (HRM office)

Correspondence will be conducted with successful candidates only. The South African Police Service isunder no obligation to appoint any one in accordance with the advertisement. If you have not receivedfeedback from the South African Police Service within 3 months of the closing date, please regard yourapplication as unsuccessful.

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES IS LOOKING FOR ADMIN CLERK, CLERKS, SECRETARY AND A DRIVER

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES IS LOOKING FOR ADMIN CLERK, CLERKS, SECRETARY AND A DRIVER

ADMINISTRATION CLERK: POST ADVERTISEMENT REF NO: HO 2020/01/30

Directorate: HR Administration and Utilization

SALARY : R173 703 per annum

CENTRE : National Head Office

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 or equivalent. Experience in a similar environment would be an added advantage. Computer literate. Competencies and Attributes: Report writing. Problem solving skills. Interpersonal relations. Punctuality. Conflict resolution. Communication skills. Typing skills. Integrity and honest. Friendly and adaptability. Confident.

DUTIES : Implement human resource administration practices. Record keeping of advertised posts. Capturing of regions and head office statistics. Ensure the correct handling of post advertisement related enquiries. Implement policies and procedures on post advertisements. Sorting of applications. Compilation of the grosslists. Management of resources.

ENQUIRIES : Mr TO Mokhele Tel No: 012 3072173/Mr Y Naidoo Tel No: 012 307 2079/Ms TP Baloyi Tel No: 012 305 8589

POST 04/27 : ADMINISTRATION CLERK: PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT REF NO: HO 2020/01/31

Directorate: HR Support

SALARY : R173 703 per annum

CENTRE : National Head Office

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 or equivalent. Experience in a similar environment would be an added advantage. Computer literate. Competencies and Attributes: DCS financial policy regarding claims, expenditure, advances, payments, invoices, etc. DCS uniform filing system. Memoranda, fax and letter format. Typing skills. Financial and logistical administration.

DUTIES : Administer the documentation of performance assessment booklets. Ensure the correct filing of all performance documents. Receive and capture performance information. Forward all documents to the Assistant Director for quality check. Make copies of all the documents. Provide general office administration support for the Sub Directorate. Maintenance of duty register. Processing of leave applications. Processing of miscellaneous personnel information pertaining to staff within the sub-directorate. Processing of claims of staff. Obtaining quotations. Exercise inventory control. Requisitioning of supplies. Management of resources.

ENQUIRIES : Mr TO Mokhele Tel No: 012 3072173/Mr Y Naidoo Tel No: 012 307 2079/Ms TP Baloyi Tel No: 012 305 8589

POST 04/28 : CLERK: STORES REF NO: HO 2020/01/34

SALARY : R173 703 per annum

CENTRE : Zonderwater Training College

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12. Knowledge in LOGIS or related experience in a comparable environment will be added advantage. Computer literate. Competencies and Attributes: Knowledge of PFMA and Treasury Regulations. Knowledge of supply chain management framework. Communication skills. Client orientation and customer focus. Problem solving and analysis. Service delivery innovation. Decision making. People management and empowerment. Integrity and honesty. Confidentiality. Good interpersonal relations. Understanding of public service policy and legislative framework. Knowledge of government procurement processes. Assertiveness. Ability to network and diplomacy.

DUTIES : Implement and manage supply chain management, transport, LOGIS and procurement policies. Assist with all LOGIS related problems, asset verifications and asset and inventory balancing. Responsible for LOGIS report management, transport management and transit management. Assist with the administration of bids and warehouse management. Management of finance and assets.

ENQUIRIES : Mr TO Mokhele Tel No: 012 3072173/Mr Y Naidoo Tel No: 012 307 2079/Ms TP Baloyi Tel No: 012 305 8589

POST 04/29 : SECRETARY

SALARY : R173 703 per annum

CENTRE : National Head Office: Directorates: Pre-Release Resettlement Ref No: HO 2020/01/35 Information Management Ref No: HO 2020/01/36 Psychological Services Ref No: HO 2020/01/37 Collective Bargaining Ref No: HO 2020/01/38 Specialised Audit Ref No: HO 2020/01/39 Legal Contract Management Ref No: HO 2020/01/40 Office of the DC HR Management Ref No: HO 2020/01/41

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 with typing as a subject or any other training course or qualification that will enable the person to perform the work satisfactorily. Computer literate. Competencies and Attributes: Honesty and integrity. Attention to detail. Plan and organize. Punctuality and confidentiality. Service delivery and client orientation. Excellent communication skills (written and verbal). Ability to work under pressure. Ability to coordinate and organize work related tasks. Good telephone etiquette. High level of reliability. Ability to act with tact and discretion.

DUTIES : Execute office and general administrative duties. Screen and answer telephone calls. Type correspondence. Compile documentation and presentations. Ensure proper record management through effective filling systems. Manage electronic document tracking system. Maintain diary and manage appointments. Responsible for the management of document tracking system. Arrange and coordinate meetings, workshops etc. Facilitate the procurement of office equipment such as stationery. Perform all such tasks and duties related to the role. Make all transport arrangements for conferences, courses, meetings and hearings away from the office. Management of finance and assets.

ENQUIRIES : Mr TO Mokhele Tel No: 012 3072173/Mr Y Naidoo Tel No: 012 307 2079/Ms TP Baloyi Tel No: 012 305 8589

POST 04/30 : DRIVER REF NO: HO 2020/01/42

Directorate: Office of the Chief Operations Commissioner

ALARY : R122 595 per annum

CENTRE : National Head Office

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12. Three (3) years’ experience in driving. Completion of an advanced driver’s course will be an advantage. Valid driver’s license. Competencies and Attributes: Plan and organize. Punctuality. Confidentiality. Understanding of Public Service policy and legislative framework. Service delivery and client orientation. Integrity and honesty. Assertiveness. Ability to work under pressure. Good interpersonal relations. Good communication and listening skills. Knowledge of government regulations relating to transport.

DUTIES : Collect and deliver documents from the post office. Distribute documents in and outside of the Department. Maintain the vehicle allocated to the office of the Chief Operations Commissioner. Keep accurate record of all official trips. Complete log book. Manage assets.

ENQUIRIES : Mr TO Mokhele Tel No: 012 3072173/Mr Y Naidoo Tel No: 012 307 2079/Ms TP Baloyi Tel No: 012 305 8589

APPLICATIONS : All applications must be submitted to: National Head Office: Department of Correctional Services, Post Advertisement Section, Private Bag X136, Pretoria, 0001 OR hand deliver at: 124 WF Nkomo Street, Poyntons Building, Cnr WF Nkomo and Sophie De Bruyn Street, Pretoria, 0001 (Previous: Cnr Church and Schubart Street).

CLOSING DATE : 17 February 2020 @ 15h45

Department of Higher Education and Training Internships for 2020: R6000 Per Month

Department of Higher Education and Training Internships for 2020: R6000 Per Month

CLOSING DATE:07 February 2020, Time:16: 00

Location: All Provinces 

Successful candidates will receive a monthly stipend of R5 066. 34 for Work Integrated Learning Programme and R6 083. 70 for Graduate Internship.

The Department of Higher Education and Training invites South African

unemployed graduate and student interns to apply for the 2020 / 21 & 2021 /

22 Internship Programme.

Find more information here

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NSF SKILLS Development Implementation (Western Cape Region)Summary of Duties:Assist with monitoring of NSF skills development intervention projects.Duties to include administration, filing & coordinating projectsFollowing up on provider reports, registering reports & processing final reports.Scheduling monitoring visits, logistics around monitoring & assisting with the conducting analysing of visits.Capturing of data & analysing of data.N6 Certificate: Management Assistant /  HRMN Diploma / Degree: Project Management /  HRDWestern Cape Region(Cape
Town)[x2]NSF / 2020 / 137

NSF Initiation & EvaluationSummary of Duties:Support the project initiation processProvide assistance with the due diligence process.Supportthe process for submissions to governance
committees.Assist to coordinate committee meetings i.e. arranging venues,
catering etc.Support project evaluation process & general administration.N6 Certificate: Management Assistant / Public AdministrationN Diploma / Degree: Developmental Studies / Project Management / AdminHead Office(Pretoria)(9)NSF / 2020 / 138

NSF Regional Office (Limpopo & Mpumalanga)Summary of Duties:Provide administration support to the Regional Directorate.Manage the logistical arrangements for the Region.Assist with making bookings for project site visits.Provide support for processing of quarterly reports & paymentsMake follow up on the submission of reports &
liaise with stakeholders as & when required.N6Certificate: Public Administration /  Management AssistantN Diploma / Degree: Project Management /  Public Management /
Public AdminHead Office(Pretoria)[x3]NSF / 2020 / 139

National Skills FundSummary of Duties:Provide legal support to the Directorate Legal, Governance,Risk
and Compliance i.e. review legal document, conduct research & provide legal opinion.Provide ad-hoc administrative support to the Directorate
Legal, Governance, Risk and Compliance.LLBHead Office(Pretoria)[x2]NSF / 2020 / 140

Strategy, Innovation & Organisational PerformanceSummary of Duties:Provide secretarial support to the Chief Director.Diary managementTask managementOrganising logistics for meetingsTyping documentsScrutinising of incoming documentsArranging travelling logisticsPerform other administration related dutiesN6Certificate: Management Assistant /  Public AdminB Com: Economics
Analyst /  Socio EconomicHead Office(Pretoria)[x2]NSF / 2020 / 141

National Skills Fund: HRMSummary of Duties:Provide an administrative support service for all HRM related administration.Coordinating Performance Management and Development program.Coordinating HRM leave management.Taking minutes for HR operations meetingsArrange logistics for internal NSF training interventions i.e. booking venue, catering,
monitoring attendance.N Diploma / Degree: HRM /  Office AdministrationHead Office(Pretoria)[x1]NSF / 2020 / 142

National Skills Fund: Finance Management & AdminSummary of Duties:Processing of daily payments on BAS, Pastel & Microsoft dynamicsCreation of monthly workbooksCapturing of Journals on BAS, Pastel & Microsoft
dynamicsN Diploma / Degree: Accounting / Financial ManagementHead Office(Pretoria)[x2]NSF / 2020 / 143

How to Apply

APPLICATIONS: Please forward your application, quoting the Reference Number to:The
Director-General, Department of Higher Education and Training, Private Bag: X174,
Pretoria, 0001 or hand deliver at:123 Francis Baard Street, Pretoria at the Reception
area.

Enquiries:Mr M Mphahlele 012312 5760 or Ms D Kubheka 012 312
5805 or Ms N Khoza 012312 5192 or Mr M Rooi 012 312 5125

People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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Student Nurse Intake 2020 Bursary

Student Nurse Intake 2020 Bursary

Applicants are invited to apply to the Gauteng College of Nursing to study towards the Diploma in Nursing in 2020 at one of the College campuses: • Ann Latsky Nursing Campus • Chris Hani Baragwanath Nursing Campus • SG Lourens Nursing Campus • Bonalesedi Nursing Campus.

To successfully apply and be considered for the training, please take note of the following:
• You are required to register a profile on the system before you can apply.
• You must be in possession of one of the following school leaving certificates – a Senior Certificate, a National Senior Certificate, currently in Grade 12 or National Vocational Certificate Primary Health
• Applications must be done on the GPG Professional Job Centre system before or on the 31st December; NO late applications will be accepted
• Certified documents will be uploaded on the system, however you will be required to take supporting documents to the selection centre should you be shortlisted.
• No hand delivered or emailed applications will be accepted, all applications must be done on this website

The following subject criteria are required:
• Senior Certificate: English HG D or SG C, Biology HG D or SG C, Mathematics HG D or SG C and an M score of 17
• National Senior Certificate: English Level 4, Life Sciences Level 4, Mathematics Level 4 or Maths Literacy Level 5, and an APS of 27 or more (Life Orientation counts half the score)
• National Vocational Certificate: 50% in Fundamental Subjects (English First Additional Language, Maths/Maths Literacy, Life Orientation) and 60% in the Vocational Subjects (SA Health Care System, Public Health, The Human Body and Mind and Community Oriented Primary Care)
• Current Grade 12 learners must meet the National Senior Certificate requirements in their Grade 11 final results.
Successful applicants will be required:
• To sign an agreement with the Department of Health
• To attend lectures
• Be prepared to participate in Work Integrated Learning (WIL) in shifts which will include public holidays, weekends and nights in Gauteng Department of Health hospitals and clinics as part of the program requirements.

PLEASE NOTE:
• Ensure that you qualify and meet the minimum requirements before you apply
• If you do not receive feedback within 3 months after the closing date, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Nurse Intake 2020 Bursary

Vacancies Available Now At Ram Courier

Ram hand to hand couriers Experienced code 10 Drivers required Looking for a full time experienced couriers with a valid code 10 driver’s license and PDP to join our company.

You will be responsible for completing all tasks and duties required for dispatching and collecting orders to and from clients in and around local areas.

Key outputs which are required below Excellent attention to detail Good Interpersonal Skills Handling conflict effectively Punctual Dedicated Team Player Excellent ability to deal with difficult customer-related problems.

Below are the requirements which may successfully secure this opportunity.

1. Grade 12 Compulsory

2. Clear criminal record

3. Drivers License with Prep

4. Must be in possession of a valid driver’s license for at least 5 years plus sufficient driving experience.

For information on vacancies please contact the HR Department

code 8 courier drivers

Our Client in the Nandi drive area is seeking to employ code 8 courier drivers.

Minimum Experience

  • Must have matric
  • Must have a valid license + PDP
  • Must have experience in the express courier industry
  • Able to operate a handheld device.
  • Good communication both verbal and written
  • own cellphone

please send CVS to karushak@transman.co.za

Register To Get Matric Results Online

Matric results will be available early on the morning of the 8th of January 2020. Register now to get your
results delivered to you directly.
Learners who sat for the 2019 National Senior Certificate exams will get the Matric Results on the
morning of the 8th of January. The Minister of Education announces the national pass rate and the
overall stats on the evening before, but the individual results are only available the next morning.
If you can’t wait to get your results you don’t need to rely on your school to post the printed sheets of
results up on the wall. Results will be available online from about 6 am on the 8th of January.
Register now to get your results either by online or by SMS
Get Your Results Online

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Add your email address below to get our Matric Results special which includes additional information
like where to get information on courses that are still open to study. funding when you can’t afford the
fees, student accommodation, and other useful information.
Get Your Results Via SMS

To get your Matric Results via SMS you should send an SMS message to 35658. In the message, you
must first type your 13 digit ID number, leave a space and then type your 13 digit exam number

Messages are charged at R1.50 each. You will only have to send one message to register and then
they will send you a message when the results are available.
Get Your Results Via USSD
Use the USSD service by dialing *120*35658#. After answering multiple questions, enter your ID
number. You’ll receive your results per subject after you’ve completed the process. You’ll have the
option to opt-in or out to comply with the Protection of Personal Information Act. USSD rates apply.
The Western Cape Education Department has confirmed that their students can get their results first
from their schools at 12 noon on the 8th of January. They will then be available online from 2 pm.