EXTERNAL ADVERTISEMENT: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (SCM) GRADUATE TRAINEE PROGRAMME
The Office of the Ombud for Financial Services Providers (FAIS Ombud) was established in terms of the Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act, 37 of 2002 (the FAIS Act). Its objective is to consider and dispose of complaints in a procedurally fair, informal, economical and expeditious manner, and by reference to what is equitable in all circumstances. The FAIS Ombud offices are located in the east of Pretoria in Gauteng. The purpose of the Graduate Trainee Development programmes is to groom the most deserving members of our society and expose them to the working environment. The rationale behind this initiative is to train and empower graduates who have just come out of tertiary institution and do not necessarily have previous work experience. The duration of the programme is twelve (12) months.
Benefits of programme:
In an effort to prepare the Graduate Trainee for life after the program, the training program will look to provide the participant with the following skills:
Analytical Skills and
The ideal candidate should have the following:
Be an unemployed South African graduate;
Hold a Degree or Diploma in Supply Chain Management;
Have completed their course work and are looking for in-service training.
Interested parties are welcome to forward their CVs to e-mail address: Applications@faisombud.co.za.
NB: All applications must include an academic transcript. The closing date for applications is 07 February 2021. Enquiries must be directed to Ms Mpho Diako on 012 762 5000.
The successful candidates will be remunerated during this period, however, the details of the remuneration will be communicated during the interview process.
In accordance with the FAIS Ombud’s Recruitment Strategy, preference will be given to candidates from designated groups.
Applications from people with disabilities are encouraged.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
Should you not hear from us within three (3) months after the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful.
We reserve the right not to make an appointment.