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P&G South Africa Graduate Recruitment 2017

PG

Are you ready to lead your own business? P&G offers employment and internship opportunities to students from diverse academic backgrounds.

What does P&G Offer?

Full Time Employment with real business responsibility from day 1

Investment in Professional Learning and Development

A manager determined to invest in you

Competitive pay & benefits

Opportunities to work on or support Billion Dollar Brands you use everyday

Embracing diversity

International exposure in a global, leading company

A high-performing and stimulating environment

Fun work place and colleagues

Touch & Improve Lives

Receive an offer for a Full Time Employment in four (4) easy steps

HOW TO APPLY

Step 1: Create an online profile and complete an online assessment that may take 30 – 45 minutes. A link will be sent to your email upon successful completion of the pre-screening questions

Step 2: Successful candidates will be invited to write a Reasoning Test (psychometric) at your campus or the P&G offices

Step 3: Successful candidates will be invited to the first screening interview at the P&G offices or your campus

Step 4: Successful candidates are invited to the P&G offices for final interviews at the P&G offices or your campus

Qualifications

What P&G looks for:

  • P&G offers employment and internship opportunities to students from diverse academic backgrounds
  • Proven leadership experience through working with societies and/or group projects
  • Logical, Analytical & Strategic thinking
  • Good interpersonal skills (conflict, influence, negotiation, relationship building, diversity)
  • Good academic record
  • Passionate about innovation and winning

Qualifications

P&G looks for students from diverse academic backgrounds who have or will be completing their Bachelor Degrees in 2016 *For Finance & Accounting, a Finance related Honours Degree is essential.

Applications Closing Date: 26 August 2016

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2017 Graduate Programme at Toyota

TOYOTA

Toyota invites applications for their 2017 Graduate Programme.

Toyota South African Motors is as much a part of our South African culture as our vibrant citizens that drive our vehicles.

Toyota SA has been the market leader for 36 consecutive years.

Toyota invites applications for their 2017 Graduate Programme, a flagship human capital initiative aimed at fulfilling the future leadership needs of the company.

The programme exposes graduates to global best practices in the world of vehicle manufacturing, an opportunity to work in multidisciplinary teams, lead projects, while ensuring that Toyota’s role in society preserves our environment for future generations.

The Toyota Graduate Programme is a structured programme, where Individual Development Plans (IDP’s) are put into place.

The programme comprises of initial training and orientation as well as leadership training.

Based in Sandton & Durban, the successful graduates will be are granted an opportunity to rotate into different business operations.

They will be expected to lead their scheduled training and performance, through attending the classroom based training, participating in rotational training within their own groups/divisions and contribute to the groups/divisions on-going projects.

Graduates who are creative, analytical, who enjoy being challenged, identify themselves as pioneers that have the ability to drive and lead progress and possess excellent academic achievements are invited to apply for opportunities in the following targeted disciplines:

  • Engineering [Chemical / Electrical / Industrial /Mechanical / Mechatronics]
  • Finance [Management Accounting]
  • General Commerce
  • Human Resources
  • Information Technology
  • Marketing

Requirements

Candidates must have a relevant BComm, BTech, BSc or BEng qualification in the above-mentioned fields of study

Closing date is 31 August 2016.

HOW TO APPLY

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Consumer Insights Analyst in Graduate Programme

MULTICHOICE

Multichoice is seeking an individual who is passionate about using data to drive and inform business decisions.

The Consumer Insights team operates with the view that data is king and informs all aspects of business.

An individual who can analyse, and even more importantly visualize complex sets of data.

Outputs:

· -Work within a small and collaborative team to source, validate, manipulate, understand and analyze complex datasets to determine the key drivers behind customer behaviour and perception.

· – Have an analytical and problem solving attitude to identify actionable insights which will be used by business to make and drive important decisions.

· – Have an eye for detail, combined with a creative side, to clearly and concisely visualize insights in such a manner that it relays a story, often in an infographic format, to allow business to effortlessly consume it.

· – Prepare and develop appropriate reporting tools to deliver / present analytical findings around the business Content areas

Qualification:

· – Degree with relevant exposure to statistical analysis and an understanding of consumer behaviour.

· – Alternatively a marketing qualification with majors in either information systems or economics .

· – Excellent Microsoft Office skills – Excel and PowerPoint is a strict prerequisite

· – Experience with the above programs will add significant weight to the application (SAS, Adobe Illustrator, and SQL)

Job: Graduate Programmes, Internships and Trainees
Primary Location: South Africa
Organization: Support

Schedule: Full-time

Closing Date: 20-08-2016

HOW TO APPLY

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SANBI Student and Intern Programmes

SANBI

Students and interns benefit from numerous learning opportunities, including orientation, formal and informal training, field work and networking with many specialists.

The objectives of SANBI’s student and intern programmes are to

• provide students with practical experience and on-the-job skills
• prepare post-graduate students for a career in research
• expose students to career prospects in biodiversity
• provide SANBI with the opportunity to observe and track students for pemanent positions

• accelerate the development of designated groups into the mainstream of competitive biodiversity conservation opportunities.

Eligibility

• South African citizens only
• Teamwork capabilities
• Leadership qualities

•Academic achievement

A variety of student and internship programmes as well as post-graduate bursaries become available on a regular basis.

1. Work-integrated (experiential) learning

Work-integrated (experiential) learning opportunities provide students with opportunities to apply knowledge and skills learned in the classroom in a real work place context.

At present SANBI offers work-integrated learning only to students studying Horticulture and Nature Conservation.

Horticulture

Second and third year Horticulture (National Diploma) students can apply for placement at most of our national botanical gardens.

The duration of the programme is six months and is offered from January – June and July to December.

Placement opportunities are advertised on the SANBI website and at relevant universities.

Nature Conservation

Final year Nature Conservation (National Diploma) students are accommodated at the Kirstenbosch and Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens.

The duration of the programme is 12 months.

2. Internship programmes

SANBI offers a variety of internship opportunities to students, graduates and entry-level job seekers.

Our internship programme was initiated at the Kirstenbosch Research Centre in 2001 and has since been extended to many other programmes in SANBI.

These programmes range for three to twelve months.

The research internships are run during the summer vacation (generally December, January and February) and interns are placed with specific programmes, depending on the need.

The aim of the programme is to offer students the opportunity to contribute towards ongoing research projects and at the same time gain practical experience in various fields of the biological sciences.

Other internship opportunities include (but is not limited to) Horticulture, Environmental Education, Biodiversity Planning, Biodiversity Monitoring and Reporting, Molecular Ecology, Threatened Species and Biodiversity Mainstreaming.

3. Post-graduate bursaries

Honours, MSc and PhD bursaries are made available regularly. Students are placed at our centres and co-supervised by our scientists. Research topics cover a wide range of fields.

Duration: Honours – 1 year, MSc – 2 years and PhD – 3 years.

4. Kirstenbosch Scholarship

The Kirstenbosch Scholarship was established in 1966 to enable suitably qualified candidates to aid in the preservation of the indigenous flora of South Africa.

The scholarship is project-based combining both practical and basic research input and include a unique garden project which is developed under the guidance of a senior Kirstenbosch horticulturist.

The programme is offered annually from January – December.

Applicants should be in possession of a National Diploma Horticulture/Nature Conservation or BSc Biological/Environmental Sciences.

How do I apply?

These student and intern opportunities are advertised on the SANBI website and at universities.

For more information on our programmes, please contact:

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Imperial has multiple internship positions

IMPERIAL

Imperial are looking for highly motivated individuals, who will need to work with clients and colleagues, good communication skills are a necessity.

HR Graduate / Internship Opportunity in JHB

HR Graduate / Internship Opportunity in Cape Town

Either a 3 or 4 year degree in the following:

  • Bcom Honours HR / Industrial Psychology.
  • Bcom HR / Industrial Psychology.
  • BTech HR
  • Diploma HR
  • No work experience required but should you have up to two years experience you can still be considered.

Logistics Graduate / Internship Opportunity in JHB

Either a 3 or 4 year degree in the following:

  • Bcom Honours Logistics / Supply Chain Management / Transport / Operations.
  • Bcom Logistics / Supply Chain Management / Transport / Operations.
  • BTech Logistics / Transport / Operations
  • Diploma Logistics / Transport
  • No work experience required but should you have up to two years experience you can still be considered.

Logistics Graduate / Internship Opportunity in Cape Town

Either a 3 or 4 year degree in the following:

  • Bcom Honours Logistics / Supply Chain Management / Transport / Operations.
  • Bcom Logistics / Supply Chain Management / Transport / Operations.
  • BTech Logistics / Transport / Operations
  • Diploma Logistics / Transport
  • No work experience required but should you have up to two years experience you can still be considered.

CIMA Graduate / Internship Opportunity in JHB

  • BCom Honours Financial or Management Accounting.
  • BCom Financial or Management Accounting.
  • Our requirements are either a 3 or 4 year degree in the field (CIMA). Work experience is not required but should you have up to two years work experience you can be considered for this programme.

CIMA Graduate / Internship Opportunity in Cape Town

  • BCom Honours Financial or Management Accounting.
  • BCom Financial or Management Accounting.
  • Our requirements are either a 3 or 4 year degree in the field (CIMA). Work experience is not required but should you have up to two years work experience you can be considered for this programme.

Close Date: 31 August 2016

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Internship at Small Business Development

DSBD

Applications are invited from unemployed South African citizens aged between 18 and 35 years who have completed a minimum of National Diploma, BTech or Degree in Finance; Accounting; Cost and Management Accounting; and Auditing.

POST 31/110 : INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME: INTERNAL AUDIT REF NO: INTERN/ODG 005

SALARY : R59 874 per annum

CENTRE : Pretoria

REQUIREMENTS :

Applicants who have already participated in any Government Internship Programme or have work experience over 6 months will not be considered and if it is found that this was the case after appointment, the contract will be terminated with immediate effect.

HOW TO APPLY

Applications can be submitted by post to: The Registry Office, Department Small Business Development, Private Bag X84, Pretoria 0001 or hand delivered at Block B dti Campus, corner of Meintjies and Robert Sobukwe Streets, Sunnyside, Pretoria.

NOTE : Applications must be submitted on a signed Z83 Z83 Form – CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FORM

OR
Z83 Form – CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FORM, which can be obtained from the dti website (http://www.thedti.gov.za), and must be accompanied by a comprehensive CV with copies of qualifications.

Background verification, including criminal record and citizenship checks, as well as a competency assessment will form part of the selection process. No late applications will be accepted.

It is the applicants’ responsibility to have their foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).

Enquiries should be directed to the recruitment office at (012) 394-5286/ 3097

CLOSING DATE : 19 August 2016 (Applications received after the closing date will not be considered)

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DCS 2017 Internships are Open

DCS

The Department of Correctional Services (DCS) is inviting applications for its 2017 internships from unemployed South African graduates in various fields of study.

Graduates with qualifications including National N Diplomas, National Diplomas and Degrees are invited to apply.

Interns will be based at various regional offices, management areas and head office of the DCS for a duration of 12 months and will be paid a monthly stipend of R4000.

Applicants should be unemployed South African graduates between the ages of 18 and 35 years.

Candidates will have to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Artisan – Qualifications required: National Diploma in Spray Painting / Brick Laying / Plumbing / Electrical / Upholstery / Ceramics / Welding / Boiler Makers /Cabinet Making / Fitting and Turning
  • Agriculture – Qualifications required: Degree or National Diploma in Animal Production or Plant Production
  • Arts – Qualifications required: Degree or National Diploma in Fine Art / Music / Drama
  • Communication – Qualifications required: Degree or National Diploma in Events Management / Marketing / Graphic Design / Public Relations
  • Community Development – Qualifications required: Degree or National Diploma in Community Development
  • Correctional Service Management – Qualifications required:Degree or National Diploma in Correctional Services Management
  • Criminology – Qualifications required: Degree or National Diploma in Criminology / Penology
  • Education – Qualifications required:Degree or National Diploma in Technical / Adult Education and Training / Mathematics and Science / Commerce
  • Employee Relations – Qualifications required:Degree or National Diploma in Labour Law
  • Engineering – Qualifications required: Degree or National Diploma in Electrical / Architecture / Mechanical Engineering / Civil Engineering / Industrial Engineering / Quantity Surveying / Construction Project Management / Property Management / Sewerage and Water & Sanitation
  • Financial or Management – Qualifications required: Accounting / Internal Auditing / Taxation Degree or National Diploma in Financial or Management Accounting / Internal Auditing / Taxation / Finance
  • Human Resources Management – Qualifications required: Degree or National Diploma in Human Resources Management
  • Information Technology – Qualifications required: Degree or National Diploma in Information Technology
  • Journalism – Qualifications required:Degree or National Diploma in Journalism Legal Services – Qualifications required: Degree in Law or LLB
  • Library Science – Qualifications required: Degree or National Diploma in Library Science
  • Nutrition or Food Service Management – Qualifications required: Degree or National Diploma in Catering / Food Services Management / Hospitality
  • Occupational Health and Safety – Qualifications required: Degree or National Diploma in Safety Management or Environmental Health
  • Policy Development – Qualifications required: Degree or National Diploma in Policy Development
  • Project Management – Qualifications required: National Diploma in Project Management
  • Public Administration and Management – Qualifications required: Degree or National Diploma in Public Administration / Public Management / Office Management
  • Spiritual Care – Qualifications required: Degree or National Diploma in Theology
  • Sports Management – Qualifications required:Degree or National Diploma in Biokinetics / Sports Management
  • Supply Chain Management – Qualifications required: Degree or National Diploma in Supply Chain Management / Purchasing Management / Logistics / Acquisition Management

Applicants are advised that artisan and agriculture internships are only offered in regions, specifically at Management Areas.

Similarly, Graphic Design, Internal Audit, Journalism and Policy Development internships are only offered at Head Office in Pretoria.

HOW TO APPLY

In order to apply, candidates should first start by downloading the application form by Click Here to APPLICATION FORM (you can also fetch a copy of the application form a Correctional Services office near you).

Fill the form in and attached all the required documents (certified copies of ID, qualifications and a CV) and submit either by normal post or hand-delivery to any of the correctional services offices listed below:

Gauteng Limpopo, Mpumalanga & North West Western Cape
Ms S Mkuzangwe
Private Bag X393
Pretoria
0001
Hand-delivery: 1077 Forum East Building, Arcadia Street, Hatfield, 0083
Tel No.: 012 420 0146
Mr E Nhlengethwa
Private Bag X142
Pretoria
0001
Hand-delivery: 198 Masada Building, Cnr Johannes Ramokhoase & Paul Kruger Streets, Pretoria, 0001
Tel No.: 012 306 2016 /17
Mr FD Ngcanga
Private Bag X1,
Edgemead,
7404
Hand-delivery: Breede River Street, Montagu Drive, Monte Vista, Edgemead, 7460
Tel No.: 021 550 6150/78 or 021 550 6000
Free State & Northern Cape Eastern Cape KwaZulu-Natal
Ms MM Maile
Private Bag X20530
Bloemfontein
9300
Hand-delivery: 103 Zastron Street, Agrimed Building,Bloemfontein, 9300
Tel No.: 051 404 0268
Ms UU Nqatha
Private Bag X9013
East London
5200
Hand-delivery: Block E, Ocean View Terrace, Moore Street, Moore Street, Quigney, East London, 5200
Tel No.: 043 706 7803/7840
Mr R Moodley
Private Bag X9126
Pietermaritzburg
3200
Hand-delivery: Eugene Marais Road, Napierville, Pietermaritzburg, 3200
Tel No.: 033 355 7300 / 7359
National / Head Office Zonderwater College (Head Office) Kroonstad College (Head Office)
Mr AV Mkhabela
Private Bag X136
Pretoria
0001
Hand-delivery: Poyntons Building, East Block, 124 WF Nkomo Street (former Church Street), Pretoria, 0001
Tel No.: 012 307 2019 / 2843
Ms KLL Kgasi
Private Bag X1010
Cullinan
1000
Hand-delivery: R515 Rayton Road, Zonderwater College, Cullinan, 1000
Tel No.: 012 301 4704
Ms A Moagi
Private Bag X39
Kroonstad
9500
Hand-delivery: Kroonstad College, Britz Street, Kroonstad, 9499
Tel No.: 056 216 2283

Closing date: 19 August 2016

Wherever possible candidates are advised to apply for positions closer to where they stay to avoid high travel and accommodation costs.

Industrial Psychology Internship

BARCLAYS

The purpose of this internship program is to allow interns to convert previously acquired theoretical knowledge into activities related to professional practice, and to apply newly acquired practical knowledge and skills, under the supervision of a senior industrial psychologist.

Interns need to be able to demonstrate an applied post-master’s degree competence and proficiency in the domain of industrial psychology.

Such competencies are tangible and observable human behavior-related diagnosis, design, intervention and assessment that are applied at the individual, group and organisational levels.

Key accountabilities:

Interns will be responsible for identifying opportunities within the different business units to gain exposure and the necessary experience under the different domains of the approved academic program.

These domains include organisational psychology, human resources (personnel) psychology, career psychology and employee wellness/wellbeing, testing and assessment, an elective and ethics.

In addition to the program exposure interns will also be responsible for business unit specific tasks and functions, where project needs arise.

Essential/Basic Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in Industrial Psychology
  • Completed at least the course work component

Additional information: HPCSA Accredited program

Closing Date: 26 August 2016

HOW TO APPLY

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Health Graduate Internship Opportunity

The Western Cape Government Department of Health is commencing with its Graduate Internship Programme for all South African unemployed graduates residing in the Western Cape.

2016/17 GRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME

(EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES TO GAIN PRACTICAL WORK EXPERIENCE)

You may only apply if you are already in possession of a degree (NQF Level 7) or diploma (NQF Level 6) in one of the following academic fields:

• Information Management;

• Senior Copy Writer or Graphic Design;

• Clinical Engineering (Industrial Technician and Quantity Surveyor);

• Financial Accounting, with an average pass mark of 60% in your final year major subjects/modules.

The WCG: Health Graduate Internship Programme is a youth programme (ages 20 to 35) and will provide an opportunity to gain practical work experience for a maximum period of twelve (12) ,whereby successful candidates will receive a monthly stipend of R4 989,51 to R7 649,60 (depending on the NQF level 6-8).

Women and people with disabilities are particularly encouraged to apply.

Closing Date: 02 September 2016

HOW TO APPLY

Candidates must submit a completed Application Form (Z83 Form) Z83 Form – CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FORM

OR
Z83 Form – CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FORM , obtainable from any government department, together with a certified copy of the relevant qualification, a certified copy of their green South African bar-coded ID or a certified copy of their new South African ID card as well as their academic results certified by the academic institution.

NB: INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES:

Clearly indicate on the application form (Z-83) which qualification you are applying for.

Please submit your application for the attention of Ms NT Albertus,

Directorate: People Development,
Western Cape Government: Department of Health, 4 Dorp Street,
Cape Town 8001.

Please note: Copies of certified copies and faxes will not be accepted.

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Graphic Design Internship at Norcros SA

NORCROS

Norcros SA has a Graphic Design Internship position in Centurion, Gauteng, This opportunity is available on a 12 months contract.

The candidate will be expected to design and layout print and point of sale material and prepare final material for print in accordance to printer/media specifications.

The position will also include content updates and some administrative duties.

The work demands up-to-date knowledge of industry software and a professional approach to time, costs and deadlines.

Norcros is a leading national retailer of local and international tiles, bathroom ware, taps and accessories.

Specification

• The candidate will be expected to design and layout print and point of sale material and prepare final material for print in accordance to printer/media specifications.

• The position will also include content updates and some administrative duties.

• The work demands up-to-date knowledge of industry software and a professional approach to time, costs and deadlines.

Requirements Qualification

• Grade 12

• Diploma in Graphic Design

Requirements

• Strong Layout and design skill
• Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite 6: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign,
• Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook

• Ability to work on both Mac and PC

Job Closing Date: 24 August 2016

HOW TO APPLY

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