1 contract position(s) available in the Pretoria
Salary Level: Internship Programme Stipend
Salary: Internship salary
Reference No: Internship 2022
Key Performance Areas
Key learning / performance areas to be explained by various units where the successful Interns will be placed
Closing Date: 31 August 2021
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The National Treasury is committed to upskilling South African youth. The Graduate Development Programme targets university graduates who have completed, or are in the process of completing their degrees in 2021.
Our 24-month Internship Programme offers graduates an opportunity to enhance their skills and gain meaningful workplace experience to complement their studies. University or University of Technology students with a 3 year diploma/degree or a postgraduate qualification at an accredited higher education institution in the following fields may apply:
- Accounting •Business Administration •Business Management • Computer Science •Development Economics• Development Studies •Econometrics •Economics •Financial Accounting •Financial Management •Financial Risk Management •General •Governance •Human Resources Management •Industrial Relations •Information Technology •Internal Audit •Informatics •International Economics •International Relations •Investment Management •Law •Labour Relations• Labour Law •LLB •Logistics •Mathematical Economics •Management Accounting •Marketing •Political Science •Public Administration •Public Economics •Public Finance •Public Policy •Purchasing Management •Procurement •Risk Management •Security Management •Statistics •Supply Chain Management •Social Science
Please note that e-mailed, post, hand delivered, faxed and late applications will not be accepted.
Only South African citizens can apply
Applicants should not have participated in an internship programme before
Applicants should be 35 years old and below
Certified copy of your ID
Certified copy of your school qualifications (eg Senior Certificate)
Certified copy of your full official academic record(s) (Required)
Certified copy of your tertiary qualifications (If applicable)
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If you have not heard from the National Treasury within three months after the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful.
How to calculate average
Add all the marks of your first to final year modules for your undergraduate qualification
If you are currently enrolled for your postgraduate qualification please note that we only require the average for your undergraduate qualification.
Divide the total of your added mark with the number of modules and multiply by 100.
Round off to the nearest 10
The National Treasury is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from women and persons living with disabilities in particular. Our buildings are accessible to persons living with disabilities. If you have not heard from the National Treasury within three months after the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful.
For any general and system queries please contact the following NT officials
Mmabatho Sepeng: 012 395 6653
Welcome Nghulele: 012 315 5943