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.

Traffic Officer Learnership 2019 / 2020

Closing Date: 31 July 2019

Ref: 01 / 2019

The Department Community of Safety and Transport Management Invites applications to capacitate unemployed youth on Examiners of Drivers License and Motor Vehicle Learnership Programme. Details of the Learnership Programme are as follows Grade A & Grade B

Requirements 

  • Unemployed youth between the ages of 18 & not older than 35 years 
  • Grade 12 Certificate / National Certificate (vocational) 
  • Security Clearance from SAPS 
  • Code EC Driving License / Code 14+ A Driving License Motorcycle 
  • Proof of Residence

A monthly stipend of R3 000.00 per month will be offered for the duration of six(6) months until the end of the Programme, as stipulated in terms of the DPSA’s guide on Intern and Learnership Programmes 

NB. Learners who have previously been in a Learnership programme in the Public Service will not be considered. 

(a) Applications must be accompanied by signed Z83 form, a recent updated comprehensive CV with names of three referees, originally certified copies of Grade 12, ID-document, required Driving License, Security Clearance from SAPS. Failure to submit the requested documents will result in the application not being considered. 

(b) All qualifications will be verified. Persons in possession of a foreign qualification must furnish this Department with an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). 

(c) Candidates must indicate the reference number on their applications, 

(d) Applications should be forwarded in time to the department since applications received after the closing date indicated below will as a rule not be accepted. Faxed and emailed applications are not accepted. 

(e) It will be expected of candidates to be available for selection interviews on a date, time and place as determined by the Department. (1) The Department reserves the right not to make appointments. 

(g) Previous employment records will be verified. All appointments are subjected to a positive qualifications verifications as well as security clearance and vetting 

(h) If you have not been contacted within 3 months after the closing date, consider your application as unsuccessful Enquiries should be directed to Mr Gilford Moshito Malotane, Tel: 018 200 8279 / 8247 / 8264 / 8277 / 8252

How To Apply

Completed applications should be forwarded to: The Director Human Resource Management: Department of Community Safety and Transport Management, Private Bag X19, Mmabatho, 2735 or hand delivered to Tirelo Building for attention Mr Gilford Malolane.

Anglo America Learnerships (54 POSTS)

Anglo America Learnerships (54 POSTS)

Operation Allocated Trades and Numbers

Rustenburg Processes (Waterval Smelter and PMR)

2 x Fitter
1 x Rigger
3 x Electrical
2 x Boilermaker
1 x Diesel Mechanic
4 x Measurement Control & Instrumentation

Amandelbult Complex

2 x Fitter
3 x Electrical
2 x Rigger
3 x Boilermaker
2 x Measurement Control & Instrumentation

Mogalakwena Comple

6 x Earthmoving Equipment Mechanics;
3 x Electricians;
3 x Measurement Control & Instrumentation
7 x Millwrights;
4 x Boilermakers;
2 x Riggers.

Polokwane Smelter

1 x Electrical;
1 x Fitters;
1 x Measurement Control & Instrumentation;
1 x Boilermaker; 4 Total 4 Grand Total 54

Engineering Exposure Training leading to a Learnership.
External (18.2) Engineering Exposure/ Learnership opportunities are available at the following Anglo-American Platinum Operations:
1. Primary Job Purpose.
The successful Candidates will be afforded an opportunity to enrol in an external Unemployed (18.2 B1) Learnership programme leading to the selected qualification as a qualified Artisan.
2. Minimum Entry Requirements.
• Matric with Mathematics (not Mathematics Literacy), Physical Science and English (all with minimum 40% pass), or
• N2 or higher with 4/5 subjects as per the specific Discipline Requirements or,
• NCV Level – 4 in appropriate trade with all subjects passed with a minimum 40% pass.
3. Trade Test Requirements
3.1. A minimum of N2 Subjects/ certificate with applicable subjects for the relevant trade as specified.
3.1.1. Mathematics
3.1.2. Engineering Science;
3.1.3. Relevant Trade Theory;
3.1.4. Industrial Electronics, or Engineering Drawings or Plating Structural Drawings
3.1.5. NCV Level – 4 in appropriate trade with all subjects passed with a minimum 40% pass.
3.2. The appointed learner will sign:
3.2.1. Exposure Learning Contract where the learner commits him / herself to perform as required and obtain the minimum N2 or any required subjects applicable to the trade, necessary for qualifying and be evaluated to qualify for a Learnership;
3.2.2. Learnership Contract where the learner commits him / herself to perform as required and complete all necessary modules prescribed within specified period.
3.3. Where applicable the Company will support the appointed learner to achieve the minimum requirements by allowing the learner to attend a full trimester to obtain the relevant N2 subjects for the trade.
4. Learnership Conditions.
• Must be prepared to work underground/surface and in plants “dusty areas”, and an eleven-day fortnight shift where applicable;
• Must be a South African Citizen;
• Must pass the relevant Rehabilitation Functionality Assessment (RFA) & medical certificate of fitness, and
• Selection of Candidates will be based upon the Anglo American Platinum selection and recruitment procedure.
Advert Number: 730877
5. Additional Information.
• Anglo American Platinum shall apply the Employment Equity principles as set out in Anglo Platinum’s
Employment Equity Policy.
• Incomplete CV’s and /or applications will not be considered.
• Application will not be considered without a valid copy of the qualification and/or the license required for
this role.
• Interested External candidates can apply as follows: www.angloamerican.com / Careers/ Job
Opportunities / Click on Apply/ Job search / Enter the reference number or job title and continue to apply
• Certified copies of original certificates must be provided on day of the interview.
• Applicants should state in their application form, their geographical area and the advert number
• NB: NO ACCOMODATION AND TRANSPORT TO AND FROM WORK WILL BE PROVIDED BY
ANGLO AMERICAN PLATINUM
• Successful applicants will be informed and invited to complete the necessary assessments and
interview
• Anglo American Platinum shall apply the Company’s employment equity policy.
• If you do not hear from the Company within 21 days after the closing of the advert, please consider your
application to be unsuccessful.
Fraud Alert! Help us beat fraud.
Anglo American Platinum would never ask you for money in exchange for a job interview. Anglo American
Platinum has a formal online recruitment process to advertise vacancies, which provides a unique job number for
tracking purposes. Visit AngloAmerican.jobopportunities for more details. Please be cautious of anyone claiming
to be from, Anglo American Platinum who makes false job offers, asks for money to participate in an employment
process or runs a fake job lottery.
Please contact recruitmentfraud@angloamerican.com if you think you might have received a suspicious email or
sms. Report all suspicious activity to your local law enforcement authorities.”

Learnerships At Transnet

Learnerships At Transnet

Closing Date: 29 July 2019

Equity Statement :Preference will be given to suitably qualified Applicants who are members of the designated groups in line with the Employment Equity Plan and Targets of the Organisation/Operating Division. Applicants that are interested in applying for any of the advertised positions must apply by registering on the Careers section of the Transnet Internet. Please take care in completing all required details on the profile, and then apply for the position.

It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that HR has received the
application before the closing date of the advertisement.

Note: if you have not been contacted within 30 days of the closing date of this advertisement please consider your application as unsuccessful.

Competencies: KNOWLEDGE •Functional knowledge of equipment •Supervising people •Read contents apart •Report writing (general). •Signal parts •Communication •Reading •Literacy. •Practical (maintenance) •Safety Act 85 •Performed maintenance and fault finding on power equipment.

 Trainee Track Welder  Reporting To : Production
Manager Grade Level : SSTPReference Number : 50014232Position Purpose: To be trained over a period of plus
minus 24 months in Permanent Way (Welding) functions including Train Working Rules in order to obtain the necessary skills to become a Trade Hand L4.Location: Central Region •Bayhead •Newcastle •Vereeniging• Musina •Springs •Modimolle •Standerton •BloemhofPosition outputs:•Welding and grinding of turnout components •Weld
exothermic grinding battered, rail ends and skid marks •Perform general
welding and preventative grinding •Comply to Safe Working ProceduresQualifications & Experience: •Grade 12 Certificate with Maths •To
pass all modules as per the Permanent Way Training programme •Obtain drivers licence (Code EC/ EC1) during period of training, pre-requisite for consideration for appointment on completion of training. Be prepared to obtain PDP. •Free from claustrophobia (fear of confined places) •Comply with depth perception criteria •Free from acrophobia (fear of heights) •Physically fit •Sound hearing •Comply with the visual acuity and colour perception test SKILLS •Conflict handling •Technical skills •Replacement of Signal parts.
•Writing •Analytical •Company image. •People skills •Maintenance of all
Signalling apparatus being used. •Be in possession of a (Code EC/EC1) driver’s licence and be competent and prepared to drive such a vehicle.ATTITUDES •Attention to detail •Safety orientation. •Empathy. •Quality
awareness. N.B: a) This is a Safety Related and/or Safety Critical job.
b) The candidate must meet the minimum inherent health requirements of the job. c) No emailed applications will be accepted.
Apply Online for the Transnet Welding Trainneeship Programme
 Trainee Trackmaster  Reporting To : Track Inspector
Grade Level : SSTFTReference Number : 50014230Position Purpose: To be trained over a period of plus
minus 24 months in Permanent Way (Track) Maintenance functions including Train Working Rules in order to obtain the necessary skills to become a Track Master.Location: Central Region •Escourt •PienaarsrivierPosition outputs: •Ensured safe Permanent Way system •Managing resources •Documentation and information, •Perform planning and repair work as per specific procedures and standardsQualifications & Experience: •Grade 12 with Maths •To pass all modules
as per the Permanent Way Training programme •Obtain drivers licence (Code C1) during period of training, pre-requisite for consideration for appointment on completion of training. •Free from claustrophobia •Comply with depth perception criteria •Free from acrophobia •Physically fit •Sound hearing •Comply with the visual acuity and colour perception test.Competencies: KNOWLEDGE •Perway documentation •Perway instructions. •Building of turnouts •Safety Act 85. •Perway material/equipment •Track laying and maintenance.ATTITUDES •Service orientation •Cost consciousness. •Results orientated
•Quality awareness. •Routine. •CommunicationCAPABILITIES •Comply with the visual acuity and colour perception tests. •Be physically fit. •Sound hearing.
N.B: a) This is a Safety Related and/or Safety Critical job. b) The candidate
must meet the minimum inherent health requirements of the job. c) No emailed applications will be accepted.
Apply Online for the Transnet Track Master Trainneeship Programme
 Trainee Technical Worker: Signals  Reporting To : Production
Manager Grade Level : SSTPReference Number : 50014231Position Purpose: To be trained over a period of plus
minus 24 months in Signalling functions including Train Working Rules in
order to obtain the necessary skills to become a Technical Worker.Location: Central Region •Durban •Ladysmith •Heidelberg
•Springs •Modimolle •Newcastle •Sentrarand •Pyramid South •Mokopane •Bloemhof•Klerksdorp •MillsitePosition outputs: •Well maintained and installation of Signalling apparatus
•Replace broken Signalling parts •Complete R.C.M. task sheets •Manage staff •Test equipment and parts •Complete potential failure reports •Complete vehicle reports •Complete outputs and time allocation documents •Perform maintenance on Signalling equipment •Perform maintenance on batteries •Comply with safe working proceduresQualifications & Experience: •Grade 12 Certificate with Maths and
Physical Science. •To pass all modules as per the Signal Technical Training
programme •Obtain drivers licence (Code B) during period of training, pre-requisite for consideration for appointment on completion of training. •Free from claustrophobia (fear of confined places) •Comply with depth perception criteria •Free from acrophobia (fear of heights) •Physically fit •Sound hearing •Comply with the visual acuity and colour perception testSKILLS •Conflict handling •Technical skills •Replacement of Signal parts.
•Writing •Analytical •Company image. •People skills •Maintenance of all
Signalling apparatus being used. •Be in possession of a (Code B) driver’s
licence and be competent and prepared to drive such a vehicle.ATTITUDES •Attention to detail •Safety orientation. •Empathy. •Quality
awareness.N.B: a) This is a Safety Related and/or Safety Critical
job. b) The candidate must meet the minimum inherent health requirements of the job. c) No emailed applications will be accepted
Apply Online for the Transnet Technical Worker Trainneeship Programme
 Trainee Traction Linesman  Reporting To : Foreman:
OHTE Grade Level : SSTPReference Number : 50014233Position Purpose: To be trained over a period of plus
minus 24 months in Overhead Track Equipment maintenance functions including Train Working Rules in order to obtain the necessary skills to become a Traction Lineman. After successful completion of all required training at a Transnet Freight Rail Training College, including Train Working Rules, successful applicants will be appointed as Traction Lineman.Location: Central Region •Durban •Volksrust •Estcourt •Christiana
•Dundee •Fochville •Ventersdorp •Danskraal •Bela Bela •Pietermaritzburg
N •Vereeniging •Mokopane •HeidelbergPosition outputs: •Safety of sub-ordinates •Coach and guide team members
•Daily reports/time sheets •Work permits •Overhead Track Equipment correctly maintained •Complete Overhead Track Equipment construction/projectsQualifications & Experience: •Grade 12 with Maths and Physical Science •Advantageous to have Certificate in Train Working Rules as applicable to Infrastructure personnel •Advantageous to have Category “A” Certificate of Authority as required in the section concerned and must be prepared to be re-tested before appointment as Traction Lineman •To pass all modules including drivers licence (Code 10) during period of training •Free from claustrophobia •Comply with depth perception criteria •Free from acrophobia •Physically fit •Sound hearing •Comply with the visual acuity and colour perception testCompetencies: KNOWLEDGE •OHTE instructions •OHTE course material •Safety (working Areas) •Act 85 and regulations •Electrical safety instruction •Code 29 •OHTE equipment •First aid •Safety •General appendix no 5 •OHTE safety regulations •Earthing and bonding procedures •Maintenance of electrical 3Kv, DC, 25Kv or 5DCSKILLS •Sound judgement •Conflict handling •Crane handling •Decision
making •Communication •Diagnostic ability •Observation •Interpersonal •Problem solving •Planning •Literacy •Slinging (rigging)BEHAVIOURAL ATTRIBUTES & QUALITIES •Pro-active •Acts with integrity
•Reliable •Sense of urgency•Results orientated •Inspire trust •Vigilant
•Disciplined •Prepared to do standby duties •Safety conscious •AccurateCAPABILITIES •Free from acrophobia •Comply with depth perception criteria •Sound hearing •Physically fit •Free from claustrophobia •Comply with the visual acuity and colour perception tests N.B: a) This is a Safety Related and/or Safety Critical job. b) The candidate must meet the minimum inherent health requirements of the job. c) No emailed applications will be accepted.
Apply Online for the Transnet Traction Trainneeship Programme

LOCAL MUNICIPALITY Learnerships

Closing Date: 15 July 2019

Stipend: R2000 for the duration of 18 months after training and receipt of certificate.

CALL FOR 52 YOUTH BRIGATE

MATATIELE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY IN PARTNERSHIP WITH DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SETTLEMENTS ON SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 

REQUIREMENTS

  • Unemployed or not schooling female and male youth at the age between 18 and 35 years. Disabled youth are encouraged to apply!! 
  • Must have completed grade 12 with a Mathematics / Mathematics Literacy as one of the subjects.
  • Proof of resident from ward councillor 
  • CV must include certified ID and grade 12 certificate

TRAINING:

  • Plumbing 
  • Electricity
  • Brick laying
  • Carpentry 

INFORMATION:

  • The youth brigade will be taken from all 26 wards of Matatiele through ward councillors, therefore two youth per ward (male and female).

OBJECTIVE OF THE PROGRAM:

  • To provide unemployed youth with technical skills for the market.

How To Apply

Applicants should be hand delivered to the ward councillor’s offices at ward level 

Matatiele: Learnership Programme 2019 / 2020

Dept of Health Nursing Diploma

CLOSING DATE: 30 August 2019

Prospective Candidates need to comply with the following Minimum Admission

Requirements

Matriculants from 2008 (Compulsory Subjects) and minimum rating scale

NSC
Rating
NSC %Points Value For
Calculation of APS
% for APS
Calculation
8 90% – 100%
780% – 89%780% – 89%
670% – 79%670% –  / 79%
560% – 69%560% – 69%
4 50% – 59%4 50% – 59%
340% – 49%340% – 49%
2 30% – 39%2 30% – 39%
10% – 29%10% – 29%
  • First Additional language :English code 4
  • Home Language code 4
  • Mathematics code 3
  • Mathematical Literacy code 4
  • Life Science code 4

Minimum total score of 28 (See Advert)
Minimum matriculation endorsement / Diploma

Matriculants (Prior 2008)

SymbolHGSG
A85
B74
C63
D52
E41
F10

The successful candidate would have:

  • Biology HG / E or SG / D
  • English HG / E or SG / D
  • Mathematics HG / E or SG / D or
  • Minimum matriculation endorsement / Diploma

Documents to submit with your application (Requirement):

  • A certified copy (less than three (3) months old) of page one of your
  • Identity Document / Card
  • A certified copy (less than three (3) months old) of your National Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification.
  • If you attended any higher education institution, an original Academic Record and a Certificate of Conduct must accompany application form.
  • Submit certified copies (less than three (3) months old) of certificates / diplomas / degrees obtained previously.
  • In case your name or spelling of name / surname on the National Senior Certificate or equivalent qualification differs from the name on the national identity document and on the application form, evidence needs to be included to verify the difference. The same applies when the ID number differs.
  • Proof of residence or affidavit
  • Original proof of evidence of paid R150.00, application fee

Documents (Optional)

  • 2 page Curriculum Vitae with the following information:
  • Full Names and contact details, Identity Number, Residential Address and Postal Address,

TAKE NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING:

  • All certificates and addresses will be verified for authenticity.
  • Due to the large number of applications expected; only selected prospective candidates will be invited for an interview, and only the successful applications will be notified
  • No registered mail will be accepted
  • All candidates who apply must be in possession of a Senior Certificate by 30 August 2019 endorsed by the South African Department of Education (2020 Academic Year)
  • WCCN reserves the right to verify and take legal action if documents are not authentic. Application will not be accepted
  • No Grade 12 candidates (2019) will be consider for selection due to the phasing out of legacy qualifications (Statutory requirement)
  • No International / foreign and RPL applications will be considered. (2020 Academic Year)

District name /  Local municipality, employment history, Details of previous nursing experience
if any

YOUR FUTURE SELF

Post Basic courses in the following speciality areas:

  • Research
  • Specialised clinical fields e.g. ICU, oncology, Clinical Nurse Practitioner, Orthopaedics,Trauma, Occupational Health, Neonatology, Paediatrics, Theatre Technique, Advance Midwifery
  • Health Services Management
  • Nursing Education

FUTURE INDUSTRIES

Public  /  Private health care facilities:

  • Hospitals—General and Specialised
  • Community Health Care Centres
  • Clinics
  • Private Health Care Facilities
  • Non—Government Organisations
  • Step-down Health Care Facilities
  • Geriatric Care Centres
  • Private Practice

HOW TO APPLY

Click to download Application Form 

Please submit all applications to the following Postal Addresses:

CAMPUSADDRESS
Athlone – Metro West CampusWestern Cape College of Nursing, Private Bag X 2,

Surwell, 7762
Worcester – Boland Overberg
Campus
Department of Health, Private Bag X 3113, Worcester,
6849
George – South Cape Karoo Campus 1 Herrie Street, Dormehlsdrift, George 6530

FOR ATTENTION: HEAD OF CAMPUS

No guarantee can be given that funding will be granted to students. All prospective students must make provision to pay for Application / Registration / Study / Residential fees!

This Department of Health is an equal opportunity affirmative employer whose aim is to promote representivity at all levels of all occupational categories in the Department

Learnership At Coca Cola Programme 2019 / 2020


Location: Johannesburg, Midrand and Devland 

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons to fill the above vacancy within the Warehouse Department. Key purpose the purpose of this program is to equip learners to understand and acquaint themselves with the underlying principles of all of the major areas related to distribution within the Wholesale & Retail sector, thus enabling them to become more effective employees. This Certificate provides learners with grounding in all areas of Distribution. This may enable them not only to increase their productivity within the Wholesale and Retail Sector but also to apply their learning in various other business environments.

Key Duties & Responsibilities

The qualified learner will be exposed to :

  • Reading, writing and verbal communication within the distribution environment
  • Rational and irrational numbers and number systems
  • Receiving of stock into the wholesale or retail outlet
  • Maintaining stock balances
  • Safe delivery of stock to customers
  • Legal requirement, organization policies and procedures for the transportation of goods
  • Administrative functions related to stock receipt and delivery
  • The packing of stock in appropriately selected areas
  • Picking of stock
  • The financial impact of stock on the business
  • Picking, packing and movement of stock in order to minimize damages
  • Stock flow through the DC/Warehouse
  • The recording of stock movement on the stock management system
  • Stock take procedures
  • The wholesale & retail business environment
  • Legislation regarding Occupational Health and Safety and applicable safety procedures in the workplace
  • Appropriate actions to be taken with regards to hazards and emergency situations
  • Maintaining of Internal and external housekeeping standards
  • Maintaining of Customer service and satisfaction levels

Competencies

  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to interact well in teams
  • Ability to work effectively in teams
  • Self-Motivated

Skills, Experience & Education

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Minimum Matric with Mathematics and Science 
  • Diploma: Logistics Management an added advantage
  • No Experience required

General

The advert has minimum requirements listed. Management reserves the right to use additional or relevant information as criteria for short-listing.

How To Apply

Closing Date: 09 July 2019

Apply Online for the Coca Cola Learnership Programme in Midrand

Apply Online for the Coca Cola Learnership Programme in Devland

Learnership Opportunity At Vhembe TVET College

Vhembe TVET College hereby invites all first time learners below 35 years in vocational skills to participate in the Short Skills and Learnership programme

Vhembe TVET College Learnership and Short Skills Programme

Learning Programmes indicated below:

Short skills programme

  • Bricklaying X25
  • Carpenter X25
  • Painter X25
  • Plumber X25
  • Electrical X25

Learnership Programme

  • End User X19
  • Electricity X19
  • Carpentry X19
  • Plumbing X18

Opportunity Closing Date: 

Friday, July 5, 2019

Closing date: 05 July 2019 before 14H30

To know more information click the link below

Click Here to LEARNERSHIP APPLICATION PROCESS

Pepsico Learnership Programme

Location: Pietermaritzburg

Job Description

  • Basic problem solving skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Team Player
  • Self-motivated and self-starter
  • Flexibility with a commitment to learn, but moreover willingness to work
  • All candidates must be able to work under pressure
  • Candidates must be innovative, professional, honest, ethical and a great listener

Qualifications/Requirements

  • A valid South African Identity document
  • An active Bank account & SARS number
  • Matric/Grade 12 certificate with Mathematical & Literacy
  • Must be willing to work long hours
  • No experience required
  • Learnerships are available for young people who have completed school, college or learning at other training institutions. You must be older than 18 and younger than 34 to be eligible for a learnership
  • Certified copies of certificates and ID documents

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Pepsico Learnership Programme