Send CVs to Gauteng Labour Department Braamfontein

Send CVs to Gauteng Labour Department Braamfontein

Applications must be submitted on form Z83

Reference No: HR4 / 1 / 3GPBS2018 / UIF
Stipend: R5 729.00 per month

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CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 30 July 2018 at 16:00
Location: Gauteng Provincial Office: Johannesburg
Boksburg Labour Centre (1 post)
Randfontein Labour Centre (1 post)
Temba Labour Centre (1 post)
Randburg Labour Centre (1 post)
Kempton Park Labour Centre (1 post)
Springs Labour Centre (1 post)
Vereeniging Labour Centre (1 post)
Germiston Labour Centre (1 post)
Mamelodi Labour Centre (1 post)
Bronkhorstspruit Labour Centre (1 post)
Krugersdorp Labour Centre (1 post)
Vanderbijlpark Labour Centre (1 post)

Requirements: National Diploma / B-Degree in Public Administration / Public Management / Financial Administration / Management. No experience required (Never participated in government internship programme).

Knowledge: Unemployment Insurance Act (UIA) ● Unemployment Insurance Contributions Act (UICA) ● Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) ● Batho Pele Principles

Skills: ● Communication ● Listening ● Conflict Management ● Computer literacy ● Time Management ● Customer Relations ● Interpersonal ● Telephone etiquette Duties: ● Provide Screening Services ● Process application for UIF benefits ● Register payment continuation forms ● Receive and assess all the UI claims on the relevant systems in line with Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) ● Execute the payments of approved claims as per set time frames ● Provide administrative functions.

How To Apply

Applications must be submitted on form Z83. The completed and signed form Z83 should be accompanied by a recently updated, comprehensive CV as well as recently certified copies of all qualification(s) and ID-document [Driver’s license where applicable]. Non-RSA Citizens/Permanent Resident Permit Holders must attach a copy of their Permanent Residence Permits to their applications. Should you be in possession of a foreign qualification, it must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). Applicants who do not comply with the abovementioned
requirements, as well as applications received late, will not be considered. The Department does not accept applications via fax or email. Failure to submit all the requested documents will result in the application not being considered. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted
candidates only. If you have not been contacted within eight (8) weeks after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Suitable candidates will be subjected to a personnel suitability check (criminal record, citizenship, credit record checks, qualification verification and employment verification). Where applicable, candidates will be subjected to a skills/knowledge test. The Department reserves the right not to make any appointment(s) to the above post. The successful candidate will be expected to sign a performance agreement. The Department of Labour is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer. The employment decision shall be informed by the Employment Equity Plan of the Department. It is the Department’s intention to promote equity (race, gender and disability) through the filling of this post(s) with a candidate whose transfer / promotion / appointment will promote representation in line with the numerical targets
as contained in our Employment Equity Plan.

 

Applications: Chief Director: Provincial Operations: P O Box 4560, Johannesburg, 2001

or

hand delivered at 77 De Korte Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg, 2001.
For Attention: Sub-directorate: Human Resources Management, Provincial Office, Johannesburg.

Enquiries: Mr M Kgotleng Tel: (011) 853 0506

 

 

Nestlé is Hiring Joburg and Cape Town

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Location: Cape Town, Johannesburg

The Nestlé Internship Programme is a highly sought after  programme that sees in excess of 6000 applications per year Interns are taken through a 12-month rotational development programme that provides an introduction to the working world of Nestlé, as well as a strong foundation for further development

 

  • Avalid Driver’s License is preferred
  • Over 60% academic average
  • Shows a drive to achieve ambitious performance objectives and quality standards
  • willingto take every opportunity to learn and grow
  • Only candidates willing work in Johannesburg or Cape town need to apply
  • South African Citizen only preferably EE candidates

Candidate Profile

  • Good with people interaction
  • Entrepreneurial
  • Great communication skills
  • Goal-driven
  • Outgoing personality
  • Hard-working
  • Target-driven
  • Go-getter
  • Fast learner
  • Passionate about Brands
Supply Chain Management Grad / Intern

  • An accredited B Comm Degree majoring in Supply Chain / Logistics/Transport Economics or BEng / BSC Industrial Engineering
  • Willingness to rotate within different sites across South Africa
  • Over 65% academic average

Apply Online for the Nestle Supply Chain Management  Graduate / Internship Programme

 Production Grad / Intern

  • Bsc / B Tech Food Science, Food Technology, Chemical Engineering
  • Willingness to rotate within different sites across South Africa
  • Over 65% academic average

Apply Online for the Nestle Production  Graduate / Internship Programme

Quality Assurance Grad / Intern

  • An accredited BSc/B Tech Microbiology, Food Technology, Biochemistry, or Biotechnology

Apply Online for the Nestle Quality Assurance Graduate / Internship Programme

Engineering  Grad / Intern

 

  • BSc/B Tech Mechanical, Electrical, or Electro-Mechanical Engineering

Apply Online for the Nestle Engineering Graduate / Internship Programme

Regulatory Grad / Intern

  • Qualification in Bsc Microbiology or Bsc / B Tech in Biochemistry or Biotechnology or Food Science or Bsc Nutrition

Apply Online for the Nestle Regulatory Graduate / Internship Programme

Agriculture Grad / Intern

  • An accredited  B Agric / B Tech Agric – with animal husbandry

Apply Online for the Nestle Agriculture Graduate / Internship Programme

Finance Grad / Intern

  • B.Com Accounting Degree, Financial Management Degree or Auditing Degree

Apply Online for the Nestle Finance Graduate / Internship Programme

 

3 Ways to Make Extra Cash Online

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How to Apply for Government Jobs-Internships and Traineeships

You’ve found the perfect job (or internship, or bursary) with a government department. Applying to government positions is a complicated process, so here’s a guide on how to apply to government jobs.

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How To Apply To Government Postings – Jobs, Internships, Bursaries

So you’ve found a government job or internship or bursary you’re interested in and want to apply for it. The first thing you need to do is note down the reference number as stated in the advert.

Next, you need to get your hands on a Z83 form. The Z83 is the “Application for Employment” form and is designed to assist government departments in choosing the right person for the position. You can download one here, or get a copy from your nearest

Source: CareersPortal

How to Become a Traffic Cop in South Africa

How to become a Traffic Cop in South Africa

1. WHY IS THE CAREER OF A TRAFFIC OFFICER SO IMPORTANT?

Traffic officers enforce the road rules and signs.

They ensure a safe passage in traffic and that all road users – including pedestrians – use our roads in an orderly and safe manner.

The main purpose of traffic officers is to ensure the safe and free flow of traffic to prevent road crashes and deaths on our roads.

. WHAT DOES ONE DO IN THIS CAREER?

A distinction is made between provincial traffic officers and municipal traffic officers. Provincial traffic officers perform their duties within the boundaries of provinces, while municipal traffic officers perform theirs within the boundaries of municipalities.

Provincial traffic officers are also known as provincial inspectors.

They enforce compliance of the National Road Traffic Act, National Land Transport Act and Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences Act.

They control traffic, inspect vehicles for roadworthiness, and enforce road traffic signs and the rules of the road.

3. WHAT WILL THE WORKPLACE BE LIKE?

Provincial inspectors and traffic officers spend most of their working hours outdoors on the road.

A small portion of their time is spent in courtrooms and offices doing administrative duties.

They do their patrol duties mainly in motorcars, although some of their duties are performed on motorcycles or on foot.

4. WHAT INSTRUMENTS, TOOLS OR MATERIALS WILL ONE WORK WITH?

 

Traffic officers are responsible for law enforcement.

They will be working with a speed-measuring apparatus, an alcohol test apparatus, measuring tapes, mass-measuring apparatus, a summons book, infringement notices, etc.

5. WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES AND DRAWBACKS OF THIS CAREER?

Advantages: Working with people and helping them to obey traffic rules, assisting to reduce the number of road crashes and thus saving lives.

Drawbacks: The need to be able to work with people with difficult personalities, having to work during holidays and on weekends, and performing duties in all different weather conditions.

6. HOW DO I BECOME A TRAFFIC OFFICER?

You will first need to be employed by provincial government, a municipality or a government entity such as the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) or the Cross Border Road Transport Agency.

Vacant posts are advertised by these authorities in the open media.

You will therefore need to constantly check your local or national newspapers.

You may also contact any local or provincial authority directly to enquire as to whether vacancies exist within the departments and when the relevant posts will be advertised.

7. WHAT ARE THE MINIMUM REQUIRE­MENTS TO BECOME A TRAFFIC OFFICER?

· South African citizenship;
· Grade 12 or equivalent;
· No criminal record;
· Code B driving Licence ( manual transmission);
· Medical certificate – that a person may do strenuous exercises; and

· Applicants shall not be older than 35 years of age.

8. WHERE DO I UNDERGO TRAINING AS A TRAFFIC OFFICER?

Once you are employed as a traffic officer /traffic trainee, you will be sent to one of the 12 traffic colleges approved by the Minister of Transport.

Only the traffic colleges and metro police academies in the table below may currently train traffic officers in South Africa.

9. WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A METRO POLICE OFFICER AND A TRAFFIC OFFICER?

Traffic officers undergo the basic traffic officer training and then commence with their duties.

Metro police officers are trained as traffic officers and thereafter on certain functions of police officers.

Therefore, before you can become a metro police officer, you must be trained and registered as a traffic officer. In addition to all their duties as traffic officers, metro police officers also focus on crime prevention and the enforcement of municipal by

10. CAN I STILL TRAIN ON MY OWN AS A TRAFFIC OFFICER, EVEN IF I AM NOT EMPLOYED?

Definitely not. However, you can study traffic management-related courses at various FET colleges or universities.

These courses may give you an advantage, should authorities or municipalities advertise traffic-related posts.

TRAFFICCOLLEGE

Please be informed that there are only 12 approved Traffic Training Colleges in South Africa (see above).

Only these colleges can issue a diploma with which a person can be registered as a traffic officer, in terms road traffic legislation.

Beware of any non-approved training service providers, who offer basic training in traffic or traffic-related aspects.

Z83 Form – CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FORM

OR

Z83 Form – CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FORM

 

WHEN AND HOW TO APPLLY FOR SANDF BUSARIES

About the SAND Bursary

SANDF  stands for the South Afican National Defence Force and consists of the SA army, SA Navy, SA Air Force and the SAMHS. Each year they have an Education Trust bursar for students who are eligible to apply for this bursary. You are eligible to apply for the SANDF bursary if you are/were dependent on a former SANDF member who died or has become severely injured. This bursary is on a year to year base and each year you have to apply again also if you already had this bursary the former year.

The SANDF Bursary 2018-2019

This is a year to year bursary. This Bursar is intended for Primary and Secondary school learners and Tertiary learners. This Bursary is not intended for pre-school attendance, they have a separate fund for that which you can check out. The board of the Education trust will decide what the minimum and maximum amounts are for the Bursary each year. This amount may also vary each yea

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  • ou have to be a Dependent on a SANDF veteran who got severely injured or got killed on duty with an active duty after 1994 27 april.
  • You have to be dependent on a Civilian member of the department of defence whilst they were serving during a SANDF operation, who got severely injured or killed on duty after 1994-27 april
  • The same accounts if you are a dependent of a Civilian of the Republic of South Africa who got severely injured or killed during an operation of SANDF taking into account that they were not fighting SANDF. (also after 27 april 1994)
  • The education trust will take your income into account if you really need this bursary
  • You will need a good academic record to prove you are dedicated to study.
  • A minimum score of 22 on your APS for tertiary first year students
  • Senior students (second year and on) need to have passed 60% of the modules they were enrolled in.

How to Apply For SANDF Bursaries?

BANKSETA LETSEMA LEARNERSHIPS FOR 2019 ALL PROVINCES

CLOSING DATE: 31 AUGUST 2018
Location: East Londown, Johannesburg, Midrand, Pretoria, Cape Town, Durban, Port Elizabeth, Nelspruit, Kimberley, Polokwane, Witbank, Klerksdorp / Potchefstroom

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This learnership provides you the opportunity to gain 1 year’s work experience as well as an NQF5 Certificate in Banking Service Advice relevant  to the Banking sector

IMPORTANT CRITERIA FOR APPLICANTS:

  • A valid certified copy of a Grade 12 Certificate with a minimum pass of 60% in English AND a minimum pass of 50% in Accounting or a
    minimum of 50% Mathematics OR a minimum of 60% in Maths Literacy
  • Provide a positive recommendation or official testimonial from a previous school, learning institution, or religious institution
  • Present a professional image
  • Currently unemployed
  • Clear credit (ITC) and no criminal record
  • Currently not participating in a learnership
  • Under the age of 30 on the year that the learnership is recruiting for
  • Not involved in any other studies on the year that the learnership is recruiting for
  • Person with a disability must provide a medical certificate confirming the nature of the disability
  • Only South African Citizens in possession of a valid SA ID will be considered
  • Effective communication in written and verbal English.

How To Apply

Download Application Form

Apply Online for the BANKSETA: Letsema Banking Learnership Programme 2019

Continental Tyres: Traineeship Programme 2019

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Location: Port Elizabeth

Qualifications

  • Need to be a South African Citizen
  • Have a 70%+ Academic Average
  • High level of flexibility
  • Excellent communication skills written and spoken
  • Competent user of MS Office­programs
  • Team player
  • High self ­motivation and ability to work independently
  • Excellent communication skills

What we offer

  • Opportunity to take first own responsibility
  • Work in intercultural and diverse teams
  • Enhancement of practical knowledge, business knowledge and soft skills
  • Understanding of the corporate, market and plant operations in a global company
  • Opportunity to build a network
  • Consultation and advice by an experienced business mentor

How To Apply

Industrial Enginering Traineeship

  • A minimum of a B Tech / Degree in Industrial Engineering

Apply Online for the Continental Tyres Industrial Engineering Traineeship Programme

 Law Traineeship

  • A minimum of a B Tech / Degree in Law (LLB)

Apply Online for the Continental Tyres Law Traineeship Programme

HR Traineeship

  • A minimum of a B Tech / Degree in Human Resource Management / Industrial Psychology or Organisational Psychology

Apply Online for the Continental Tyres HR Traineeship Programme

Telkom: Graduate / Internship Programme 2019

Closing Date: 30 July 2018
Location: Western Cape – Athlone, Somerset West, Cape Town, Pinelands, Bergvliet

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Various Internship opportunities. Internship is a 2 year period. Please view the Internship information sheet to see all the various placement opportunities. Please indicate the Internship number on the information sheet when applying to clearly indicate for which specific Internship opportunity and area / town you wish to be considered for.

Duties

Perform acceptance/ commissioning/ assurance/ fulfilment and preventative maintenance on Core and Access telecommunications technologies.

To plan and engineer the Switching, Access, Transmission, Radio/ Microwave, Data, DC Power or Fibre network within a limited/ defined range to enable our customers to communicate.

To do assurance and fulfilment on the MDF and IDF environment at manned and unmanned sites, as well as associated MDF equipment on site.

Responsible for Order management and escalations for both voice and non voice within NIP and across other Service Organizations.

Qualifications

  • Learner: Preferable Matric National Certificate (Vocational) Electrical Infrastructure Construction or Matric with Maths (not Math Literacy) & Science. Intern: Preferably S4, Electrical Engineering, Electronic Communication, N6 Electrical Engineering, Light Current
  • S4 Civil Engineering / Quantity Surveying, Project Management

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Telkom: Graduate / Internship Programme 2019 

Shell Graduate / Internship Programme 2019

Closing Date: 11 August 2018
Location:

If you join Shell South Africa, you’ll be working alongside some of the world’s top talent. To deliver on our business objectives we;

  • Strive to find the smartest, most creative and hardest working people.
  • Look for people who take ownership of delivering superior results.
  • Create a working environment that encourages honest, integrity and respect for people.
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  • The Shell Graduate Programme is a development framework that enables new graduates to become fully independent Shell professionals in 2-5 years. At Shell, new graduates have access to an unparalleled range of roles and world-class training and development opportunities, including:
    • Leadership skills development
    • Networking, Coaching and Mentoring relationships
    • Learning curriculum (training, e-learning modules, accreditation)

    Who we’re looking for

    We are looking for recent graduates and ambitious graduates in their final year of study to help us tackle the energy challenge – now and in the future.

    There will be specific skill requirements for your chosen job area. But whatever your role, there are certain qualities you’ll need if you’re going to succeed at Shell. Above all else, you should enjoy being challenged, so that rather than being overwhelmed if a task seems impossible, you welcome the opportunity to be innovative. You also need to be good at absorbing information, analysing problems, making objective decisions and coming up with original ideas. You should have the drive, confidence and resilience to get things done, the flexibility to work well in a team and the credibility to influence others.

    We are looking for graduates who have completed a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in the following courses of Study:

    • Economics and Management (Marketing and Sales)
    • Engineering (Electrical, Mechanical, Civil and Industrial)
    • Finance (Accounting, Auditing)

    Note: Applicants who do not meet the above requirement will be regretted. Please be aware that multiple applications will be disqualified and candidate regretted. Candidates must be lawfully authorised to work in the country in which they are assigned to work in the Programme.

    How To Apply

    Apply Online for the Shell: Graduate / Internship Programme 2019