GRADUATE INTERNSHIP (12 MONTHS FIXED TERM CONTRACT) (12 POSITIONS)
Graduate Internship (12 Months Fixed Term Contract) (12 positions) (SPU231020-1) - SPU Crest
Closing Date 2023/10/26
Reference Number SPU231020-1
Job Title Graduate Internship (12 Months Fixed Term Contract) (12 positions)
Compensation Amount 5000 (CTC Per Annum)
Job Type Classification Internship
Location - Town / City Kimberley
Location - Province Northern Cape
Location - Country South Africa
This Graduate Internship programme aims to create an opportunity for unemployed graduates between the ages of 18-35, residing in the Northern Cape. This programme will offer opportunities for graduates to gain useful university-based experience in a range of areas that can improve their readiness for employment and open career pathways that may not have been available without work experience.
How to apply: please submit the following documents:
One-page motivational/cover letter – why you should be considered for this internship.
Updated CV, including a certified copy of your Highest Relevant Qualification.
Certified transcript or record on an official letterhead
Certified copy of South African identity card
Contact details of two academic referees.
Note: no full-time students will be considered for this programme.
Enquiries can be made via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Assumption of duties: As mutually agreed to upon acceptance of the appointment.
Women and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Note: Sol Plaatje University (SPU) is dedicated to meeting its Employment Equity targets. The University reserves the right not to make an appointment.
Bachelor of Arts - NQF level 7 obtained from Sol Plaatje University will receive preference.
South African citizens, between the ages of 18 to 35
Applicants must be unemployed and never participated in an internship.
Unemployed Graduates who are not undertaking any full-time studies.
Duties & Responsibilities
This programme will offer opportunities for unemployed graduates to gain useful university-based experience in a range of administrative areas that can improve their readiness for employment and open career pathways, that may not have been available without work experience.