City of Johannesburg: Finance Interns


This Vacancy is open to YOUTH in the Johannesburg community

An internship programme is an intervention by the City of Johannesburg to address the growing

demand by tertiary institution for students to undergo on-the-job exposure, as a pre-requisite to

acquire an academic qualification or as a requirement after the acquisition of an academic

qualification to obtain experiential training. The City is committed to provide work-based training for


 Applications, which have not been responded to within 6 weeks of closing date, should be

regarded as unsuccessful.

 Appointments will be made in accordance with the COJ Employment Equity policy and People

with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

The City of Johannesburg (CoJ), Transport Department has the following Internship opportunities

available for a period NOT exceeding eighteen (18) months

The details are as follows:

1. Department: Transport

Branch: Finance

Designation: Finance Interns

Salary Range: R8 329.27 pm (cost to company, basic salary, no benefits) Completed

qualification, with at least 360 credits OR

Salary Range: R3 500.00 pm (cost to company, basic salary, no benefits) must be

enrolled as student

Appointment Requirements:

 Matric plus a Diploma in Financial Management or Accounting or related tertiary qualification in

Financial Accounting or Financial Management registered at SAQA 6 with at least 360 credits; OR

Matric plus enrolled for a Certificate/Diploma in Financial Management or Accounting or related

tertiary qualification in Financial Accounting or Financial Management registered at SAQA level 5

with an enrolment letter at current tertiary institution;

 Confirmation letter from institution;

 Computer literacy Microsoft Office Applications - Word, Excel and PowerPoint;

 Ages between 18 – 35 years; and

 Only City of Joburg residents will be considered.

Primary Function: Learn how to perform the daily cash transactions, collection of documents,

monitoring pf the Rea Vaya short term liability and inventory to ensure compliance with the City’s

policies and MFMA regulations

Key Learning Areas: Ensure the cash sales proceeds from Rea Vaya stations are properly and

accurately accounted for. Ensure that the short term liabilities are accurately and completely

accounted for. Ensure that the inventory is managed properly and the process follows the City’s

policies and regulations. Submit audit support documentation.

Leading Competencies: Client Orientation Approach. Work under pressure. Ability to work with


Core Competencies: Communication (verbal and written),

Contact Person: Humphrey Mphahlele

Tel No: (011) 870 4506

Workplace: Old Mutual Building, 75 Helen Joseph Street, Johannesburg

All applications will be through the website using this link:

1. Transport: Finance Interns

Or visit and click on Vacancies.