Competition Commission of SA – Graduate Trainee, Policy & Research Division
The Competition Commission is responsible for: investigating and assessing anti-competitive behaviour in response to complaints, investigating large mergers, making referral to the Competition Tribunal; and investigating and deciding on intermediate mergers. In addition, it undertakes advocacy work to promote compliance with the Competition Act.
Policy & Research does economic research and analyses market conditions, structures and trends, and provides economic input to cases.
Minimum requirements: SUBMIT TRANSCRIPTS WITH ALL APPLICATIONS
Applicants must have a completed Honors in Economics degree.
All graduates should have:
Good analytical, research and investigative skills.
Well-developed writing skills
Interpersonal skills as well as computer literacy are prerequisites.
Excellent written and verbal communication skill
Be a self-starter.
The ability to work under pressure
An energetic, dynamic and committed individual
An opportunity for you to actively participate in reaching the objectives of building an efficient functioning, free and fair economy for all South Africans.
Exposure to excellent training opportunities.
An opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to the attainment of the Competition Commission’s vision 2030 of a Growing and inclusive Economy that serves all South Africans.
The Competition Commission subscribes to equal opportunity, affirmative action and representivity.
Shortlisted candidates may be required to undergo psychometric assessments.
The successful candidate will be vetted for security purposes.
The Competition Commission reserves the right not to fill this position.
(An annual total cost to company package of R143 130.30)
Advertised: 03 Nov 2015 South Africa Standard Time
Applications close: 13 Nov 2015 17:00 South Africa Standard Time
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