KZN Department of Transport: Work Integrated Learing Programme

WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING (WIL) PROGRAMME 2022/2023 FINANCIAL YEAR

TARGETING MAINLY PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

REFERENCE NUMBER: WIL/04/2021/DOT


THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT IS OFFERING A WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING (WIL) PROGRAMME

OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENTS REQUIRING 18 MONTHS OF WORK EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING


DURATION

The WIL Programme will run for 18 months from 1 April 2022 to 31 October 2023.


Requirements for the WIL Programme:

• Applicants must be of a historically disadvantaged background.

• Applicants must be unemployed

• Applicants must have NOT participated in WIL Programme before

• Applicants must be computer literate in Microsoft packages

• Candidates must demonstrate a willingness to work and excel in the specialised fields.

• Stipend – R4850.00 per month






Placement Area: Administration

Qualification: ND: Public Management/ Public Administration

Centre: Head Office, RTI: Pinetown, Regional Office: Empangeni, RTI: Empangeni, Area Office - Bergville, Area Office - Utrecht


Placement Area: Finance

Qualification: ND: Financial Accounting/ Financial Management

Centre: Cost Centre: Estcourt


Placement Area: Supply Chain Management

Qualification: ND: Financial Management/ Supply Chain Management

Centre: Head Office, Cost Centre - Newcastle, Regional Office - Pietermaritzburg, Cost Centre - Ixopo, Cost Centre - Pietermaritzburg, Area Office - Ixop


Placement Area: Office Services

Qualification: ND: Public Administration/ Public Management/ Office Management

Centre: Cost Centre - Hluhluwe


Placement Area: Human Resource Development

Qualification: ND: Human Resource Management/Development

Centre: Head Office


Placement Area: Human Resource Management

Qualification: Management Assistant

Centre: Head Office, Regional Office - Empangeni, Cost Centre - Dundee


DIRECTIONS TO CANDIDATES:

• Successful candidates will be responsible for their own transport and accommodation during the period of the Programme.

• Applicants must note that their qualifications (Grade 12 Certificate) will be submitted to SAQA for verification.

• Non-RSA Citizens/Permanent Resident Permit holders must attach a copy of their Permanent Residence Permits to their applications. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualification/s evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) and to attach proof of such evaluation to their application.

• The successful applicants will be required to enter into an agreement with the Department.

• If invited for an interview, the costs incurred with attending the interview e.g. transport, accommodation etc will be the responsibility of the applicant.

• Under no circumstances will faxed or e-mail applications be accepted.



APPLICANTS MUST SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING {ALL INFORMATION WILL BE VERIFIED}: