Corporate Communications Graduate Placement



CTICC makes every effort to ensure that they recruit talented, qualified and enthusiastic team players.

The Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) is so much more than just another convention centre.

An exceptional centre requires exceptional staff and the culture of the CTICC is one of teamwork, recognition, personal accountability, and service excellence.

We understand that it is only our people who make us the success we are and, as a result, we make every effort to ensure that we recruit talented, qualified and enthusiastic team players, who are able to embrace our values, fit in with our culture and recognise the value of hard work in a dynamic exciting environment.

The main purpose:

The graduate’s main responsibilities will include assisting with the coordination of all the corporate communication activities to raise appropriate brand awareness of the organisation.

Working closely with the Corporate Communications

Manager and Corporate Communication Officer in implementing the communications strategy and executing public relations aimed at positioning the CTICC as one of the world’s leading convention centres.

In addition, the graduate will also assist with research and generating reports for the Corporate Communications Manager.

Reporting to the: Corporate Communications Manager

Duration: 1 year

Start Date: 1st January 2017

Qualifications and Skills Required:

  • The successful candidate must be in possession of a matric certificate and be a recent NQF Level 6 or higher graduate in Public Relations or Journalism.
  • Excellent command of the English language and demonstrate a high level of communication, written and listening skills at all levels.
  • Be computer literate and proficient in the use of Microsoft Office (Word; Outlook; PowerPoint; Excel);

Kindly submit confidential applications to the Human Resources Department before 30th November 2016 or , clearly indicating the position applying for (Corporate Communications Graduate Placement (Ref: 38/2016)).

The CTICC is committed to Employment Equity and particularly welcomes applications from suitably qualified Historically Disadvantaged Individuals (HDI’s).

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


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