Location: Pretoria
Closing Date: 09 November 2012

StatsSA Says:

Statistics South Africa is contributing towards youth and skills development in South Africa through its internship programme. the programme provides an opportunity for unemployed graduates to gain meaningful workplace experience to complement their studies and to gain access to the labour market,

Criteria

To qualify for the internship programme, you must:

  • be an unemployed South African citizen graduate aged 20-30 years:
  • have completed a degree or Honours degree at a South African university: and
  • have obtained an average of 60% or higher in any of the following fields of study.
BSc Economics
Statistics
Geography
Computer Science
BCom Agricultural Economics
Economics
Econometrics
Communications or Markerting
BA POPULATION STUDIES
GEOGRAPHY
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
BTech HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
FINANCE MANAGEMENT
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT
TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT
INTERNAL AUDIT
RISK MANAGEMENT

How to Apply

Application forms are available from the Stats SA website (www.statssa.gov.za) and at any Stats SA Provincial Office. Completed application forms, an updated CV, certified copies of ID, qualifications and full academic records may be delivered to:

South Africa, 170 Thabo Sehume (Andries) Street, Pretoria or posted to: Human Resource Management, Internship Programme. Statistics South Private Bag X44 Pretoria  0001

Editor Update: Please note the advert on last weekend’s Sunday Times didn’t provide a Ref # for this post. Try calling Tshepiso using the number shown below.

Further Information

Please contact MS Tshepiso Moswane/Mr Malesela Ledwaba on (012) 310 8663

Note: Successful applicants will employed on a 24-Month contract, remunerated as per DPSA Internships determination guidelines and must be willing to undergo training at Head Office or Provincial Office.

Failure to comply with the above will automatically disqualify candidates.

 

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